GourlisMegadrive, problems with ATI graphic card that's why.00:00
ubugtucould anyone please tell me why my cursor is s l o w and hurkey-jerkey on full screen games?00:00
MegadriveNvidia card here :\00:00
Yanick_th0r, this what I get : http://pastebin.com/m252b92cd00:00
sweetdesebsebseb: alright, thx a lot, im on my way then.00:00
GourlisATI isn't supported yet on 9.04 ;o00:00
th0rYanick_: give me a sec to take a look00:00
GourlisSo I'll stay with LTS Releases00:00
RohaqI want to run a cronjob at 2am every day, and shutdown unless it's stopped by myself, can anyone suggest how to do this?00:00
Yanick_th0r, thanks00:00
sebsebsebsweetde: no problem00:00
burnerseriosly... why are two linux servers that were running hardy full?00:00
funkyHatsnell: seriously, you need to upgrade from Gutsy00:01
sebsebsebsweetde: and Virtualbox is better than the free as in price VMware versiosn00:01
proqtrue, virtualbox is a great enterprise-grade vm from what I can tell00:01
ubugtuhow do i downgrade back to hardy?00:01
funkyHatGourlis: which ATi card do you have?00:01
sebsebseb!downgrade | ubutgtu00:01
ubottuubutgtu: Attempting to downgrade to an older Ubuntu version is explicitly not supported, and may break your system.00:01
th0rYanick_: ok....looks like the drive is mounting ok as sdb. type control-c in the terminal to stop the tail command. Then type 'mount' and see if sdb is already mounted00:02
snellfunkyhat, im only using it because i have ardour setup to work on it and it has all my song files. ive already got hardy on another drive00:02
sebsebsebubugtu: from which version?  8.10 or 9.04?00:02
neoTheCathello.  i am running vbox 2.2.2 on Ubuntu 9.04.  i am trying to install Ubunutu 9.04 server as a guest, but it just stalls at "Installing at 74% - Configuring man-db" screen00:02
neoTheCatas anyone had this problem00:02
sebsebsebubugtu: and why?00:02
sebsebsebneoTheCat: you can ask in #vbox00:02
Yanick_th0r, no00:02
proqdoes anyone know of a good package to create an image (like an iso, but a tarball or other file type will work) from an ubuntu system using as little space as possible for the resulting file?00:02
GourlisfunkyHat, ATI Radeon RS490M X120000:02
Gourlison 8.04 now am perfect00:03
neoTheCati did.  i just did not know if this was an ubuntu issue someone has seen.00:03
ubugtusebsebseb: 9.04. because it doesnt support bluetooth headsets and because it doesnt allow me to press F2 and get a run dialog box.00:03
burnerproq: 7zip?00:03
th0rYanick_: this is an ntfs drive?00:03
funkyHatsnell: if you upgrade ardour should still work fine, and Ubuntu 7.10 is not getting any security updates anymore00:03
chuck_DGMurdockIII, http://paste.ubuntu.com/176011/ here is my entry from /etc/X11/xorg.conf00:03
sebsebsebubugtu: why not install 8.10 instead then?  it has just under a year of support,  and  9.10 is out in October   with  10.4 in April the next LTS00:03
Yanick_th0r, yes00:03
sebsebsebubugtu: 8.04 being the current LTS00:04
rabidweezlegah I swear that linux is the only stable 64 bit os, which is great for linux, but I can't get anything else to run stable at all....00:04
funkyHatGourlis: I have an X1650 and it works fine in Jaunty. I'd suggest trying out the live CD to see if your card works fine. But then if you're happy with 8.04 then that's fine, :)00:04
Name141Hello, I am having issues with e1000e module. I used rmmodule e1000e, and then modprobe e1000.  Then I do /etc/init.d/networking restart , and it says it restarted everything.  yet I don't have a connect.  So I did "ifconfig eth0 up" , yet it claims there is no eth0.00:04
th0rYanick_: ok. Do you have a mount point already set up for the drive? maybe /media/sdb1 or some such?00:04
Supersaiyan_IVDoes closing windows while in compiz's "scale mode" crash compiz? can someone confirm this?00:04
Name141Is it possible for me to make it use the e1000 on restart, and how do I get it to work properly for my NIC ?00:04
Yanick_th0r, no, it used to mount automatically00:04
funkyHatsnell: funny, I was trying to get ardour working earlier today actually00:04
Yanick_th0r, into /media/MEDIA00:04
sebsebsebubugtu: makes a lot of sense to do 8.10 in your case, and then go  9.10 or  10.04 or well both.  remember you would have to upgrade through 9.04 first00:04
th0rYanick_: are you using gnome00:04
Yanick_th0r, yes00:04
GourlisfunkyHat, I had 9.04, I don't have any objection with 9.04 but I messed up things with graphics drivers etc.. so I did a fresh install today back to LTS.00:04
AmpelbeinName141: can you pastebin the output of dmesg after loading of the module?00:05
Supersaiyan_IVDoes closing _gedit_* windows while in compiz's "scale mode" crash compiz? can someone confirm this? ***00:05
unkocan someone help me with Songbird? it won't load up when i try to open it...00:05
Ampelbein!paste | Name14100:05
sebsebsebGourlis: to the LTS hummm00:05
ubottuName141: pastebin is a service to post multiple-lined texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu.com (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic)00:05
sebsebsebGourlis: see above what I said regarding 8.10 and that00:05
Name141Ampelbein: absolutly not.  As I can not run the OS if there is no NIC lol00:05
snellfunkyhat my ardour files front my gutsy installation dont play on hardy for some reason. are you saying i should just give up on it tho?00:05
chuck_DGMurdockIII, you need to change the identifier to yoour card00:05
th0rYanick_: in the terminal type 'ps ax | grep gvfs'00:05
sebsebsebGourlis: 8.04 seems to old now,  I would  run at least 8.1000:05
th0rYanick_: you should see a line that ends with /usr/lib/gvfs/gvfsd00:05
snellfunkyhat it seems like i just need to reset my monitor settings, or have it redetect what monitor my laptop is using00:06
AmpelbeinName141: well, without the output of dmesg this is kinda hard to debug ;-)00:06
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sebsebsebGourlis: 9.04 isn't that good really, and 8.10 was good, so yeah at least 8.1000:06
Yanick_th0r, yes00:06
Name141Ampelbein: however, the e1000e module makes my NIC twinkle at the router, and never gets a connect from the modem directly either.  But I rmmod e1000e, and modprob e1000 , and it stops twinkling like a moron, yet it doesn't bring up a connection.00:06
funkyHatsnell: we've already reset your monitor settings. Something else you could try perhaps is uninstalling fglrx (don't know if you had that installed or not)00:06
Gourlissebsebseb, nevermind dude - I do my job right? yeeahh :P I'm LTS lover hahaha ;)00:06
th0rYanick_: have you tried to mount it manually?00:06
Giganticwhat's the diff between the desktop and server versions? anywhere a list?00:07
Yanick_th0r, yes00:07
Name141Ampelbein: this didn't happen in hardy, it started in Intrepid and now same in Jaunty00:07
funkyHatGigantic: different kernel, no desktop installed by default00:07
MGrundeWhere are the X config files are now that xorg.conf is not really used?  I want to see what video driver I'm using and possibly change it.00:07
Yanick_th0r, but I'm not sure if I got the syntax alright, I don't do that everyday00:07
sebsebsebGourlis: LTS is for newbies,  servers, or business's that are slow when it comes to upgrading stuff00:07
GiganticfunkyHat: stable versio I guess... that's it?00:07
Gourlissebsebseb, I'm a newbie too. :D00:07
Yanick_th0r, I did "sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sdb1 /media/MEDIA" but it says it cannot access /dev/sdb1 or something00:07
Name141sebsebseb: LTS is for people that want a working OS as of now.00:07
Name141for me00:08
mobi-sheepubugtu:  Do your machine support bluetooth?00:08
th0rYanick_: ok. First, you need an empty dir to mount to. in the terminal type 'sudo mkdir /media/test'00:08
sebsebsebGourlis: ,but I meant the  really computer ignorant newbies maybe,  or  newbies with really old hardware00:08
sebsebsebName141: 8.10 is a working OS :)00:08
Giganticand what's the help bot in here?00:08
Name141sebsebseb: about like Win9500:08
sebsebsebName141: nonsense00:08
sebsebseb!ubottu |  Gigantic00:08
ubottuGigantic: Hi! I'm #ubuntu's favorite infobot, you can search my brain yourself at http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots00:08
funkyHatGigantic: yes, the rest of the system is the same. There's no need for a desktop environment on a server so it's not installed, and the kernel is optimised more for typical server usage than desktop usage. You can actually install the server kernel on a desktop install if you want to (or vice versa)00:09
AmpelbeinName141: can you see anything unsual in the dmesg output after loading the module?00:09
sebsebsebName141: first of all Ubuntu and Windows 95 are two completly differnet OS's00:09
Giganticsebsebseb: danke00:09
Gourlissebsebseb, dunno mate.. I don't wanna go far with next releases because I don't want to lose my graphic drivers again as it happened with 9.0400:09
th0rYanick_: then type 'mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sdb1 /media/test' (you were close)00:09
yoyit2amarok iphone  /mnt/ipod/iPod_Control/iTunes/iTunesLock how do i removethis?00:09
snellfunkyhat what about sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg?00:09
Name141Ampelbein: I guess I should go try this again, and use dmesg shortly after?00:09
sebsebsebGourlis: did you do 8.10?00:09
sebsebsebGourlis: I would suggest upgrading your 8.04 to 8.10 and running that untill  9.10 or 10.0400:09
GiganticfunkyHat: all rite ty... I know what you talking about, just new to the distro00:10
funkyHatsnell: can't hurt00:10
sebsebsebGourlis: unless you want  KDE3  from the repo in Ubuntu :)00:10
Name141sebsebseb: not if they both don't work for your hardware00:10
Yanick_th0r, I needed to add sudo before, and the result is.... ntfs-3g: Failed to access volume '/dev/sdb1': No such file or directory00:10
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sm0k3dI just wanted to say that this is the greatest distro off all time guys, and I want to express my profound and deep gratitute to all of you, who are the makers of gentoo linux. Thank You :)00:10
Gourlissebsebseb, :D I won't do anything tonight *tomorrow* :P tonight am tired of reading psychology stupid exam for tomorrow00:11
sebsebsebName141: your obviosuly a newbie, and don't reolize that not all hardware will just work, because of hardware manufactures that do not release specifications,  and make the hardware only for Windows00:11
AmpelbeinName141: right, just type dmesg after modprobe the module. you could compare the output before modprobing and after to only see what is new and write this info on a sheet of paper, then typing it to pastebin ;-)00:11
Name141Ampelbein: OK.00:11
Gigantic1 more Q... I guess there is no diff between Ubu/Kubuntu but for the desktop installed by default righ...00:11
sebsebsebGourlis: 10.04 is the next LTS00:11
th0rYanick_: the lines you put in pastebin. They did show up after you plugged in the drive, right?00:11
Yanick_yes. I didn't remove the plug since00:11
Giganticno diff installer or versions of other stuff00:12
yoyit2daniel@daniel-u9:~$ sudo chmod 777 /mnt/ipod00:12
yoyit2 access denied??????00:12
AmpelbeinGigantic: correct.00:12
chuck_Gigantic, thats right00:12
Name141Ampelbein: Speaking of this, would finding a way to put Ubuntu on a flash drive be faster than the live CD/DVD disks ?00:12
Giganticty see ya00:12
sebsebsebGourlis: about the only true advantage 8.04  on the desktop has over  8.10 on the desktop, these days, is that KDE3 is in the repo :)00:12
Gourlissebsebseb, as I see 8.04 LTS. Versions which comes out after it are in beta actually until next LTS comes out.00:12
buakekaAnyone know the best program to backup my system as an image?00:12
sebsebsebGourlis: no00:12
sebsebsebGourlis: not at all00:12
AmpelbeinName141: defnitely is faster ( when using usb2.0)00:12
sm0k3di mean, how did you guys develop this elite flavour of linux?00:13
Name141Ampelbein: OK.  And I assume I can install, rather than just have it run LIVE?00:13
sm0k3dand why the name gentoo ?00:13
sebsebsebGourlis: and before a  180 months supported distro even comes out as a stable, it has gone through many development versions. let's take  9.04 for example.  6 alpha's,  1 or 2 betas,  a release candidate or 2, and then the final00:13
Ampelbein!backup | buakeka00:13
ubottubuakeka: There are many ways to back your system up. Here's a few: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DuplicityBackupHowto , https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HomeUserBackup , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MondoMindi - See also !sbackup and !cloning00:13
sebsebsebGourlis: 18 months above00:13
sm0k3dhmm, did you guys change the name ?00:13
sebsebsebGourlis: or how about 9.1000:13
AmpelbeinName141: you can use a persistent flash disk00:13
sebsebseb!9.10 |  Gourlis00:13
ubottuGourlis: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 2009 - Karmic WILL break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+100:13
jribsm0k3d: "the name"?  of what?00:13
Yanick_th0r, if I list all files in /dev, I can't see sdb* ?00:13
sebsebsebGourlis: oh the bot does not have a schedulded link00:14
Ampelbein!usb | Name14100:14
ubottuName141: For information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent00:14
sm0k3djrib, see my previous posts00:14
Name141persistent ?00:14
sebsebsebGourlis: release schedulded00:14
jribsm0k3d: i read one line at a time...00:14
Third3ye2Windows and network services >.<00:14
sebsebsebGourlis: by the way if Microsoft did software like  opensource/freesoftware   Windows 7 beta would really be the alpha, and the Windows 7 release candidate would really be the beta00:14
Gourlissebsebseb, thank you for your time and all the info mate. I really appreciate that. :-)00:14
Third3ye2funkyHat: I tried sharing network connections using this old USB-WLAN dongle I found00:15
Gourliswho cares about microsoft;p00:15
GourlisI dont00:15
lupine_85hi - I'm mounting an nfs share on jaunty and the permissions are broken. anyone have a clue what's going on?00:15
Third3ye2And XP gives me this crap about "Adress Conflicts" and whatnot00:15
sebsebsebGourlis: take Firefox for example,  quite a few alphas, and then the betas, and rc's  and then final yeah,  well you get the idea now I think00:15
sebsebsebGourlis: commerical software they rush out new versions,  opensource/freesoftware goes through loads of testing before a final00:15
Name141Ampelbein: Alright, I'll check it out once I get the flash drive.00:15
th0rYanick_: I just plugged mine in to check, and it looks like it should be there. Did you actually see those lines appear in /var/log/messages AFTER you plugged in the drive or were they there when you first looked?00:15
Yanick_th0r, is it normal if I don't have any /dev/sdb1 file?00:16
Yanick_th0r, yes00:16
th0rYanick_: no, you should have both /dev/sdb and /dev/sdb100:16
Yanick_th0r, well, they're not there00:16
gilesfunkyhat, you still around?00:16
Gourlissebsebseb, I like listening more but tomorrow night I will be available heheh for more class.00:16
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funkyHatgiles: ish00:16
Name141Ampelbein: There isn't windows versions of the instructions ?00:16
sebsebseb!freedom  |  Gourlis00:16
ubottuGourlis: freedom is important. Ubuntu is as free as we can make it, which means mostly free software. See http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html and http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/licensing00:16
th0rYanick_: (thinking)00:16
nunyabizcan someone please help me?  I'm trying to install ninan, but I seem to be missing the file ninancore.sh from the zip file, any suggestions?00:16
moz44hello guys, anybody knows where is the executable file for rhythmbox music player in intrepid ibex?00:17
Yanick_th0r, :)00:17
burnerHELP!?!?!?  I can sudo apt-get install and it downloads packages, but df reports 0 disk space!?!?! and dpkg refuses to configure mysql saying that there is no disk space... but apt-get downloads?!?!?00:17
proqburner: does 7zip get the best compression for an ubuntu filesystem?00:17
sebsebsebmoz44: uh no and why want to know where it's installed?00:17
AmpelbeinName141: just boot from live-cd and run the commands as described.00:17
mzzburner: there's a bunch of space reserved for root00:17
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th0rYanick_: I hate to resort to this, but have you tried a cold boot (shutdown and then start up from scratch)?00:17
funkyHatThird3ye2: not really sure what else to suggest :(. it might be possible to host a mirror on the XP machine to install from, that might be too much hassle to be worth it though00:17
burnermzz: how do I fix that?00:17
moz44Ampelbein: so that it can download my podcasts00:17
mzzburner: this is not a bug. Recommend you free up some space.00:17
gilesfunkyhat, i can boot into jaunty now from the super grub disk so in jaunty i removed grub-gfxboot, installed grub from the repos, ran root hd(0,4) setup (hd0) and it all worked great, but i still get a grub error stage 1.5 when i boot00:17
Name141Ampelbein: I wont be able to download the usb-creator without the network00:17
burnermzz: sudo df doesn't report any free space00:17
burnerthis has to be a bug!!!00:18
mzzburner: correct00:18
funkyHatthird3ye: and I don't know how you'd set that up, probably quite possible though00:18
burnerI did "rm -rf /bunchofstuffover1gb" and df still shows 000:18
nunyabizcan someone please help me?  I'm trying to install ninan, but I seem to be missing the file ninancore.sh from the zip file...00:18
mzzburner: compare "Size" to "Used"00:18
Yanick_th0r, well, I could try, but this is a fresh restart. I just booted my computer (I never use hibernate or something) to play a movie, but I got that wall. I can try though00:18
funkyHatgiles: which partition is hd(0,4)?00:18
th0rYanick_: let me check a couple of things...give me a minute00:18
gilesmy ubuntu partition, the proper one00:18
Yanick_th0r, k00:18
funkyHatgiles: do you have a /boot partition?00:18
funkyHatI think grub's root should point at /boot00:19
Poincare490hello everyoNe!00:19
gilesfunkyhat, no00:19
xemacs4321why do i keep getting information in my xterm saying "I: caps.c: Dropping root privileges."00:19
she_dyednunyabiz give us a link, where did you get it00:19
Poincare490HELLO I SAY!00:19
gilesfunkyhat: /boot is on hd0,400:19
sebsebseb!caps |  Poincare49000:19
ubottuPoincare490: PLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.00:19
burnerand mzz, why would apt-get work to download many megs of packages?00:19
mzz!hi| Poincare49000:19
ubottuPoincare490: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!00:19
funkyHatgiles: sda5, right?00:19
mzzburner: apparently it runs as root.00:19
sebsebsebmzz: I thought about maybe doing that, but then thought nah00:19
sebsebsebmzz: since he was attention seeking a lot00:20
gilesfunkyhat: without the flash drive in i can sudo grub and run "find /boot/grub/stage1" and it will return hd(0,4)00:20
mzzsebsebseb: I just really like how this channel has a factoid for every occasion00:20
gilesfunkyhat: all of the grub setup from there works just like it should00:20
sebsebsebmzz: well not quite every, but I know what you mean00:20
mzzyou're probably right though, should've kept my mouth shut00:20
nunyabizshe_dyed, http://www.ninan.org/modules/wfdownloads/viewcat.php?cid=100:20
Poincare490Who knows what AoPs is?00:20
sebsebsebmzz: it's ok00:20
Poincare490who knows what AoPs is?00:20
gilesfunkyhat: i tihnk i have messed up my /boot/grub but installing grub again did nothing00:20
Poincare490someone please nuke me00:21
sebsebseb!repeate | Poincare49000:21
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about repeate00:21
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about repete00:21
sebsebsebspelling wrong heh00:21
Yanick_th0r, I'm going to try and reboot the system now, I'll be back whether this works or not00:21
Poincare490what is repeate?00:21
sebsebsebPoincare490: you'll see if it's spelt correctly00:21
AmpelbeinName141: Use "Method 1" then? (install to usb-pendrive)00:21
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about repete00:21
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. You can search https://help.ubuntu.com or http://wiki.ubuntu.com while you wait. Also see !patience00:21
funkyHatgiles: did you try grub-install?00:21
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about repeate00:21
funkyHatgiles: again that is00:21
gilesfunkyhat: i wil try that now00:21
Gourlisdamn this wireless00:22
mathyboyi am newbie hefe00:22
Ampelbein!ops Poincare49000:22
sebsebsebmathyboy: ok00:22
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about ops Poincare49000:22
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dronixWhat's another word for Thesaurus?00:22
HardDiskI used to work in a fire hydrant factory. You couldn't park anywhere near the place.00:22
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about quote00:22
mathyboywe know speed of light00:22
elkyPoincare490, please behave.00:22
* Gnea Poincare490 shows Poincare490 his finger00:22
Gourlissebsebseb, I don't know why but the good news are that.. I loved ubuntu community! :D00:22
yoyit2on iphone, were are songs stored?? which folder does the app Ipod read from??00:23
mathyboywe know speed of light?00:23
Name141I see.00:23
sebsebseb!love >  Gourlis00:23
ubottuGourlis, please see my private message00:23
mathyboylaughing out loud00:23
Seeker`!ot | mathyboy00:23
ubottumathyboy: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!00:23
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methodswhat does it mean if i press the bluetooth button and it doesn't light up and hcitool dev doesn't show any devices ?00:23
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Gneamethods: what bluetooth button?00:24
Gourlissebsebseb, you are an administrator ? :P00:24
sebsebsebGourlis: of what?00:24
methodsmy laptop has a bluetooth and wireless button00:24
Gourlissebsebseb is identified to services00:24
gilesfunkyhat, that looked good, rebooting now00:24
sebsebsebGourlis: yeah00:24
gilesfunkyhat: YES you are a legend00:24
sebsebsebGourlis: you can register your name and be identifed on freenode00:25
gileshellll yeaaa00:25
Gneamethods: does the system detect that you have a bluetooth when you turn it on?00:25
GourlisI am :P00:25
gilesfunkyhat: a million blessings my friend00:25
funkyHatgiles: heh, my head won't fit out the door now00:25
funkyHatgiles: glad you got it working :)00:25
methodsGnea: when i press the button nothing happens making me think that I don't have needed drivers or something but i have the bluetooth packages installed00:25
Gourlismaybe I'm newbie on ubuntu but am expert on networks etc. I started many things from 0 and when I went to 100 I bored :P00:25
Gnea!bluetooth | methods (make sure you follow this guide)00:25
sebsebsebGourlis: ok00:25
ubottumethods (make sure you follow this guide): For instructions on how to set up bluetooth, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BluetoothSetup00:25
gilesfunkyhat: thanks again man just in time to take my laptop to uni00:26
methodsi followed that already00:26
Gneamethods: what version of ubuntu?00:26
Gnealatest what?00:26
Gourlissebsebseb, bill gates as I see tries to make new windows as ubuntu as always he copy things.00:26
Gnealatest alpha release?00:26
mathyboylong ban list00:26
sebsebsebGourlis: Microsoft copied some things from Apple yeah00:27
ubottu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!00:27
Gourlisonly from apple ?00:27
mathyboystop it >.<00:27
qubitsagh my volume no workie00:27
mobi-sheepmethods, What are you trying to connect?  Did Bluetooth say you connected successfully?00:27
sebsebsebGourlis: and they bought  Dos from another company or whatever00:27
chuck_mathyboy, can you stop trolling00:27
qubitsit says sdc is connected in dmesg00:27
Gneamethods: if you give me a few minutes, i seem to have a similar issue - i don't have a button, but a usb dongle00:27
methodsi can't even browse the network00:27
qubitsnot seeing an sdc1 tho00:28
methodsGnea:  ok ping me or something00:28
Gneamathyboy: please stop00:28
sebsebsebGourlis: and now days they play catch up a lot with Desktop GNU/Linux and  Mac OS X a lot,  anyway off topic yeah00:28
Gneamethods: will do00:28
Seeker`mathyboy: this is a support channel00:28
she_dyednunyabiz i think you have to install the one called installer for Linux00:28
qubitsits not even showing up in kwikdisk00:28
she_dyednunyabiz or contact the authors/devs by email, they can attach it and send to you heh00:28
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Gourlisheh nevermind ;D relax00:28
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LyezHi all.  Sorry for the noob question, but are there any recommended players for .mp3's out there (that plays other files as well i.e. wmv's00:29
ozatomicin my dmesg i'mg etting heaps of "Write-error on swap-device" followed by "compcache: Error allocating memory for compressed page: 25642, size=4076" any ideas how to fix this?00:29
Gourlisqubits, yes ?00:30
mainstonewhat is this???00:30
kitcheLyez: mplayer, vlc is the two that mainly come to mind00:30
hskillwhats a good hex editor for ubuntu?00:30
Ampelbein!rhythmbox | Lyez00:30
ubottuLyez: Audio (Ogg, MP3...) players: Audacious, Banshee, Beep Media Player, Listen, Quod Libet, Rhythmbox, Exaile, XMMS2 (GTK/Gnome based) and Amarok, JuK (Qt/KDE based).  Video players: Totem, Xine, MPlayer, VLC, Kaffeine - See also !codecs00:30
Chr|s!hi | qubits00:30
ubottuqubits: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!00:30
Gourlishi qubits00:30
sebsebsebLjL: if they read the log yeah00:30
Lyezperfect... thanks all00:31
mathyboywhere can i get my ubontu?00:31
Chr|s!ubuntu | mathyboy00:31
ubottumathyboy: Ubuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system, freely available with both community and professional support. It is developed by a large community and we invite you to participate too! - Also see http://www.ubuntu.com00:31
Gourlisdo not disturb me now :P thinking what channel to register here i came and i will sit !!00:31
mathyboythat Chr|s00:31
Chr|smathyboy: ?00:31
mathyboythank Chr|s00:31
UntouchableMXcan some one help me, with my wireless card00:32
mathyboymy fault -.-00:32
Chr|smathyboy: ohh :) No problem00:32
Ampelbein!anyone | UntouchableMX00:32
qubitsGourlis,  you can setup a channel on our irc, irc.xor.cx, its the irc for neworder.box.sk00:32
ubottuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs00:32
sebsebsebhumm bot gone bye bye again?00:32
sebsebseboh just slow00:32
ubottuUntouchableMX: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?00:32
qubitsits 100mbit dedicated unmetered00:32
qubitsand its offshores00:32
UntouchableMXok, sorry, im new here00:32
Gourlisqubits, these servers are linked here ?00:32
sebsebsebUntouchableMX: see above for wireless link00:32
qubitsThey're not linked to ubuntu no00:33
aleron6does anybody know how to make movieplayer support the wmv format00:33
qubitsbut its cchanlinked to remote-exploit00:33
aleron6or no00:33
mainstoneIt this for questions?00:33
lstarnesGourlis: they aren't liked to this network (freenode)00:33
Ampelbeinaleron6: i'm sure someone does00:33
lstarnesmainstone: this is the official support channel for ubuntu00:33
ds_how do I find a program that is installed but isn't in the applications menu?00:33
mainstoneis it only ubuntu??00:33
lstarnesmainstone: yes00:33
sebsebsebThese channels are on Freenode, but they belong to Canonical the company behind Ubuntu00:33
Gourlissebsebseb, am identified to services too lol :P i was blind before00:33
droid7ds_, synaptic00:33
GourlisIt shows 2 informations ;D00:33
droid7ds_, oops nevermind. try using terminal and typing in the application name00:33
funkyHatsebsebseb: I thought they belonged to the CC00:34
droid7ds_, or gnome-do00:34
sebsebsebfunkyHat: the what?00:34
Gourlisqubits, I like to sit here :P00:34
lstarnesmainstone: I'm not sure about mint00:34
droid7if it exists, you can always write your own shortcut00:34
funkyHatCommunity Council, sebsebseb00:34
sebsebsebfunkyHat: uh maybe00:34
ubottu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!00:34
ds_i typed synaptic in the terminal though, and it looks pretty useful for other stuff though.. so thanks lol00:34
Noob541i cant find a  screenrecording software!!!!00:34
ds_and i cant figure out what the application is called00:35
Gourlislstarnes, why spamming is allowed here ?00:35
droid7ds_, I thought you were asking something else00:35
qubitsNoob541, try  camtasia00:35
sebsebsebds_: Synaptic is good yeah, but  sudo apt-get install program name so much easier and quicker to install programs you know name of00:35
qubitsmegadownload.net for that00:35
AmpelbeinNoob541: try istanbul00:35
ds_well its already installed00:35
qubitso for linux00:35
lstarnesGourlis: it isn't00:35
droid7ds_, I meant type the application name you're looking for in terminal just to see if exists00:35
lstarnesGourlis: why did you ask that?00:35
ds_it is catalyst control center00:35
droid7ds_, you can do "which <application name>" and add it to the menu yourelf00:35
Gourlisbecause qubits invited me on other network if you saw ;D00:35
Patriquehi my graphical card is a 8600 gt 512 mb but when i run a game in wine it's only detecting 256mb of memory... is it a wine issue or it may come from ubuntu?00:36
sebsebseb!ot  | Gourlis00:36
ubottuGourlis: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!00:36
ds_i cant figure out what to type in the terminal for catalyst control center00:36
ds_ccc doesnt work00:36
qubitsi wasnt spamming man00:37
qubitsi was offtopicing00:37
qubits!ot | sebsebseb00:37
ubottusebsebseb: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!00:37
mainstoneAnyone......   is there is any way itunes can work in linux??00:37
Chr|s!anyone | mainstone00:38
ubottumainstone: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?00:38
Lyezok, one more recommendation... if you've used dreamweaver, is there an equivalent in linux?00:38
Seeker`qubits: stop00:38
elkyqubits, stop.00:38
Chr|s!itunes | qubits00:38
ubottuqubits: itunes is not available on Linux, but there are many audio player alternatives (see !players). For Daap clients (sharing music with other iTunes clients on the network), install banshee00:38
* Gnea looks oddly at qubits 00:38
jrib /whois qubits00:38
qubitsDon't feed me guys00:38
ds_PLEASE help: how do i start up catalyst control center? I know it's already installed00:38
Gneaor what?00:39
mainstoneCan itunes work in linux, ie through wine or anything other than a virtual machine?00:39
proqmainstone: yes, virtualbox00:39
sebsebsebI  was thinking of doing  ! o  p s  ,because of that guy, but then you two turned up again  elky and Seeker00:39
Chr|smainstone: type !itunes00:39
qubitsGnea, feed me and find out00:39
Seeker`qubits: Gnea: please stop00:39
mainstoneso through virtual box... through windows?00:39
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funkyHatds_: try amdcc*tab*00:39
ubottuitunes is not available on Linux, but there are many audio player alternatives (see !players). For Daap clients (sharing music with other iTunes clients on the network), install banshee00:39
chuck_ds_, it should be in applications somewhere maybe accessories00:40
funkyHatds_: or just amd*tab*00:40
Gneamainstone: yeah, it has to be in windows or osx00:40
funkyHatds_: (I don't have it installed so I can't tell you for certain00:40
qubitsHi Seeker` , are you a regular here?00:40
sterilegenieim using brasero to burn a videots file to dvd but my home dvd player refuses to play it. In windows this works perectly. Am I missing a plugin or something?00:40
ds_nope, it's not amd00:40
ds_or amdcc00:40
Yanick_th0r, I just rebooted (had a hard time connecting my wireless for some reason). and, well, everything works now. My girlfriend had told me in the first place, but I told her it surely was something else... in the end, she was right. Thanks for your help00:41
Zac_Hello, I have a fairly simple question.  A while back I found a website with step by step instructions for installing Ubuntu onto an HP Mininote via SD Card but I can't recall the name of it.  Could anyone tell me?00:41
qubitsThink you could spend some of that time you have to police the channel to actually help me with something00:41
LjL!danger | Nessie200:41
ubottuNessie2: DO NOT RUN THAT COMMAND That particular command is DANGEROUS and shouldn't be uttered here. REST OF YOU: DANGER, WILL ROBINSON, DANGER! Do not use the command or utter it here thank you!00:41
mainstonewould i need a osx cd to run it in the virtual box?00:41
sebsebsebLjL: what would that have done?00:41
Gnea!ask > quickdraw00:41
ubottuquickdraw, please see my private message00:41
th0rYanick_: yea...I hate to resort to a 'windows' cure, but sometimes it does work. BTW....I found a website you might want to check...just a sec00:41
Yanick_th0r, gotta go. Thank you for you help00:41
Gneaquickdraw: sorry, wrong target00:41
Ampelbeinsebsebseb: changed your irc-server00:42
Yanick_th0r, k00:42
charitwoit'd disconnect you00:42
mainstonehow do you talk at someone#?00:42
sterilegenieim using brasero to burn a videots file to dvd but my home dvd player refuses to play it. In windows this works perectly. Am I missing a plugin or something?00:42
th0rYanick_: check near the bottom of this page....https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/36629600:42
sebsebsebAmpelbein: from  Freenode to something else?  or  whatever server I am on right now on Freenode?00:42
th0rYanick_: the addition of usb_storage to /etc/modules00:42
Gneamainstone: just say their nick like this00:42
Seeker`!ot | sebsebseb00:42
ubottusebsebseb: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!00:42
mainstoneGnea: Like this?00:43
UntouchableMXsorry for being rude, I check the link about the wireless card, and mine isnt supported, but I hace the driver, but it dosent get installed, and I used one of the other programs that lets you use a windows driver and I only get 16% strength on all signals, and I can get connected to one but it wont open nothing00:43
Valkyriehi guys00:43
Yanick_th0r, thanks! I'll bookmark that00:43
Valkyriei need a bit of help..00:43
funkyHat!ask > Valkyrie00:43
ubottuValkyrie, please see my private message00:43
ds_anybody who has Catalyst Control Center, PLEASE tell me how to run it00:43
aleron6anybody use wmv format files here00:44
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jonatansziasztok van valaki magyar itt?00:44
sebsebsebaleron6: sometimes00:44
aleron6how did yu do that00:44
Gneamainstone: you got it00:44
aleron6did yu use a codec00:44
lstarnes!hu | jonatan00:44
ubottujonatan: Magyar nyelvű segítséget az #ubuntu-hu csatornán talál00:44
ryanakcaHow do I set the default page / paper size for a printer (CUPS)?00:44
sebsebsebaleron6: yes00:44
aleron6what codec00:44
funkyHatds_: try this: dpkg -L fglrx-amdcccle | grep bin00:44
Valkyriewell... i got 64bit ubuntu and synaptics flash (in the restriced extras) and flash works..but there is one problem.. i cant seem to see this live video feed of chris pirrilo... its all grey00:44
sebsebsebaleron6: not exactly sure, but if you  try to open them in a player,  then it will usually ask if you want to install the codec.  also you can  run  sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras  to take care of stuff like that00:45
funkyHatds_: that will give you a list of files that are part of the fglrx-amdcccle package which have "bin" somewhere in their path. One of those will probably be the one you need to run00:45
sterilegenieim using brasero to burn a videots file to dvd but my home dvd player refuses to play it. In windows this works perectly. Am I missing a plugin or something?00:45
ds_Package `fglrx-amdcccle' is not installed.00:45
chuck_ds_, amdcccle don't thank me thank google00:45
ds_hmm, maybe it got uninstalled somehow00:45
funkyHatds_: perhaps you need to install it then...00:46
Valkyriesebsebseb: i have installed the restriced extras00:46
ds_ill apt-get it again00:46
MGrunde_Okay, this is really strange. I just installed Jaunty and my monitor doesn't seem to be properly detected, the max resolution was 800x600, when it should be 1280x1024.  So I was messing around with xorg.conf, had to start in safe-graphics mode, and when I opened display settings, all of the resolutions were detected and everything's working.00:46
ubottuFor instructions on how to set up bluetooth, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BluetoothSetup00:46
Valkyriesorry... im kinda a newb to linux i only got it 2 days ago...00:46
MGrunde_The problem is, I can't seem to get this to happen when I'm not in safe graphics mode00:46
UntouchableMXsorry for being rude, I check the link about the wireless card, and mine isnt supported, but I hace the driver, but it dosent get installed, and I used one of the other programs that lets you use a windows driver and I only get 16% strength on all signals, and I can get connected to one but it wont open nothing00:47
UntouchableMXIts a rtl818700:47
Ampelbein!X | MGrunde00:47
ubottuMGrunde: The X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type « sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart » in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution00:47
pc__hola a todos00:47
MGrunde_Ampelbein, been there, done that.00:47
ubottuEn la mayoría de canales Ubuntu se comunica en inglés. Para ayuda en Español, por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es.00:47
mainstoneGnea: Right so it has to be typed each time... ok. Thanks.   With virtualbox can you boot a system which is already on a partition? I already boot Vista, XP and Linux Mint on 2 hard drives but dont know if i can run the current instalation on the virtual box?00:48
Valkyrieany ideas as to why i cant see the video feed?00:48
AmpelbeinMGrunde: got the shirt? (just kidding)00:48
AmpelbeinMGrunde: can you pastebin /var/log/xorg.0.log after X started with 800X600?00:48
RoastedHas anybody tried 9.10 yet?00:48
ds_another question: how come my sound only works from about 75%-100% volume? I can still turn it up and down but it 0% is where 75% should be00:48
Valkyrienope.. im on 9.0400:48
sebsebseb!9.10 |  Roasted00:48
ubottuRoasted: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 2009 - Karmic WILL break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+100:48
Gneamainstone: I've never tried it, used to try it with vmware but it turned out to be a bad idea, so I just make a virtual disk00:49
RoastedI'm well aware00:49
Roastedhas anybody used 9.10 yet?00:49
sebsebsebwell in that case00:49
FloodBot3Roasted: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.00:49
sebsebseb!ot  |  Roasted00:49
ubottuRoasted: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!00:49
Roasted9.10 = Ubuntu.00:49
nunyabizcan someone please help me, i installed an app called ninan, but i can't login to it with my username and password, it says User/password incorrect00:49
sebsebsebRoasted: this channel is for stable versions00:49
sebsebsebRoasted: not for unstable ones00:49
Roastednever siezes to amaze me00:49
funkyHatRoasted: #ubuntu+1 is for discussing the next version, this is for support for current versions only00:49
Roastedthis channel00:49
mainstoneGena: Right.... Sorry if i'm asking too much!!! How do you do that?00:49
methodsGnea:  i have to head out can you pm me the process once you get it fixed ?00:49
Gneasebsebseb: what? we support jaunty here00:50
MGrunde_Ampelbein, Yes, I'll need to restart then.  Back shortly00:50
sebsebsebGnea: he is asking about 9.1000:50
Roastedgnea - I'm questioning karmic00:50
Gneamethods: sure00:50
UntouchableMXhas any one have had experience makin work a wireless nic,to be specific rtl818700:50
Roastedgnea - but evidently I'm off topic :(00:50
mobi-sheepmethods: I think Gnea forget about you. :)00:50
RoastedUntouchableMX - I thought the RTL8187B was working in later versions of Ubuntu?00:50
Gneasebsebseb: sorry, mis-read it as 9.0400:50
* Valkyrie dreams of becoming a linux technition after highschool00:50
sebsebsebGnea: ok no problem00:50
UntouchableMXmine is the regular rtl818700:50
Gneasebsebseb: been a long day :)00:50
nightdreverok folks00:51
RoastedAre you running 9.04?00:51
sebsebsebGnea: ah ok00:51
nightdreverdoes anyone know how to get my graphics card working?00:51
Valkyrieim trying to convince my school to switch to linux/ubuntu... it would be amazing00:51
sebsebsebValkyrie: indeed, but probably won't happen anytime soon if ever00:51
Roastedvalkyrie - are you in tech support?00:51
ubottu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!00:51
Valkyriemy school board is actually considering it!00:51
nightdrevercan noone help me?00:51
sebsebsebRoasted and  Valkyrie00:52
sebsebsebsee above00:52
jelly-beantrying to install awesome3. anyone done it on ubuntu jaunty?00:52
Roastedjust wow00:52
jelly-beanneeding libstartup-notification-1.000:52
Valkyrieah.. sorry sebsebseb00:52
Roastedyou say 1 thing unrelated to Ubuntu and everyone craps their pants00:52
RoastedOH MY GOD I BROUGHT UP 9.10!!00:52
sebsebsebit's not quite like that00:52
Roastedevidently so00:52
sebsebseb,but  your annoying me a little bit00:52
Seeker`Roasted: stop now00:52
UntouchableMXand the bad thing that not even with the windows driver it dosent even work :(00:52
nightdreverno way to get a SIS graphics card working on linux?00:53
nunyabizcan someone please help me, i installed an app called ninan, but i can't login to it with my username and password, it says User/password incorrect00:53
Ampelbein!X | nightdrever00:53
ubottunightdrever: The X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type « sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart » in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution00:53
yowshi1is there any way to find out exact;ly which programme keeps bogging down my system by taxing my hard drives?00:53
mobi-sheepPlease don't blog here.  Do it at Wikipedia.  Mkay?  Thanks. :)00:53
lstarnesyowshi1: which version of ubuntu are you using?00:53
RoastedANYWAY - Valkyrie - I work in tech support at a school district. I'd love to see an Ubuntu lab there... but I'm not too sure it'd be feasible. With the district being so allocated towards education, you need educational programs to aid that... and there's no denying there's more reading/math programs on Windows than Ubuntu,  unfortunately. So I think we'll remain a Windows client network. :(00:53
nightdrevermy graphics card isnt been recoignized by linux?00:53
UntouchableMXand theres not that many post about rtl8187 and ubuntu00:53
GneaRoasted: get it figured out?00:53
RoastedGnea - get what figured out?00:54
yowshi1lstarnes: jaunty00:54
GneaRoasted: the 9.10 thing00:54
RoastedUntouchableMX - I wasn't aware an RTL8187 existed, just the RTL8187B... do you know what the difference is? Woudln't the same Linux driver handle the same thing?00:54
sebsebsebSeeker`: see above00:54
RoastedGnea - No. I can't talk about 9.10 here. So naturally I didn't figure out my problem. :(00:54
nunyabizcan anyone please help me, I'm having problems logging into ninan00:54
Seeker`Roasted: Take the chat somewhere else please00:54
GneaRoasted: well, see, that's what the #ubuntu+1 channel is for - just join it :)00:54
lstarnesyowshi1: I'm not sure what it would be in 9.04. Someone else here probably knows00:55
ubottuKarmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 2009 - Karmic WILL break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+100:55
RoastedSeeker - Actually I'm currently talking with somebody about helping htem with their wireless here. But hey, thanks for your input anyway.00:55
yowshi1lstarnes: why what was it in 8.10 or 8.04?00:55
UntouchableMXwell I have the disc and it has the linux driver, but it aint workin, it dosent install correctly00:55
yowshi1is there any way to find out exact;ly which programme keeps bogging down my system by taxing my hard drives?00:55
Ampelbeinnunyabiz: what is "ninan"?00:55
GneaRoasted: no need to have such an attitude, you can always chat in 2 rooms at once, right?00:55
RoastedUntouchableMX - the driver wasn't automatically picked up when you installed Ubuntu?00:55
lstarnesyowshi1: I recall there being one major issue that was fixed00:55
RoastedGnea - Yes. I know. I'm just being a smartazz cause I get sick of the nazi ways this channel is ran.00:55
sebsebsebRoasted: or three even or pm  even for the off topic stuff00:56
nunyabizampelbein, an app that allows you to download binaries00:56
Roastedseb - no thx00:56
Ampelbeinnunyabiz: there's no package by that name in ubuntu00:56
yowshi1lstarnes: no this is a programme accessing the hard drive and it momenatarily freezes my system wjhen it does00:56
sebsebsebSeeker`: about time00:56
chuck_Seeker`, ty00:56
UntouchableMXbut the one it pick up, dosent work good, it shows all of the signals with 16% strenth, and I can get connected to a network put it wont open nothing00:56
Gnea!attitude | Roasted00:56
ubottuRoasted: The people here are volunteers, your attitude should reflect that. Answers are not always available. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines00:56
nunyabizampelbein, deany told me about it00:57
RoastedGnea - I got it. But hey, thanks!00:57
MGrunde_Ampelbein, http://pastebin.com/d760563e600:57
RoastedUntouchableMX - Are you using network manager?00:57
UntouchableMXI dont think so, wich do you recommend00:58
testHelp! Ubuntu/Gnome keeps freezing at sudden times lately, and all I can do is a cold reboot!00:58
RoastedUntouchableMX - My old laptop had the RTL8187B and if I recall I just used the default network manager and it worked... but granted that was 8187B, not 8187... I have no clue waht the difference would be.00:58
sebsebsebtest: old computer?00:58
UntouchableMXwell I use the default, the one on the system tray but like I tell you, it shows al the signals at 16%00:59
UntouchableMXand I haved use wifislax and it recognized it good00:59
RoastedUntouchableMX - How close are you to the access point? Have you tried the same location but in Windows?00:59
nightdreverok my hardware drivers isnt detecting my video card....any suggestions?00:59
testsebsebseb: no, pretty new. Intel Q8200 etc, and I have updated all programs.00:59
nightdreverI have a SIS card00:59
sebsebsebtest: Intel hummm  that could be the issue,  there are Intel graphics issues mentioned in the release notes, maybe that effects you01:00
ubottuUbuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) release notes can be found here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JauntyJackalope/ReleaseNotes01:00
UntouchableMXwell Im connected right now on windows using the card and its like 60%01:00
RoastedUntouchableMX - It could be that the driver for the RTL8187 that's coupled with Linux is just of poor quality that results in less of a signal range.01:01
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rogue780i need to install apache2, php modules, and mysql server....there used to be all the command line install stuff on ubuntuguide, but now it's no there anymore. I have ubuntu server installed (version 8.10) and i'm accessing it via putty01:01
AmpelbeinMGrunde: your monitor seems to does not support edid, you have to set hsync and vsync in /etc/X11/xorg.conf manually. what kind of monitor is this?01:01
nightdreverok noone know how to get my card to work?......so to get it to work i HAVE to revert back to windows ? :-(01:01
UntouchableMXbut it does the same thing to all of the networks it detects01:01
sebsebseb!lamp | rogue78001:01
ubotturogue780: LAMP 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+)01:01
tr-ipdoes ubuntu only install from the live boot cd or is there another version with fresh install?01:01
sebsebsebnightdrever: I suggest trying Ubuntu forums01:01
RoastedThe LiveCD can install and run it without installing too.01:01
sebsebsebnightdrever: sign up and do a thread about your card there01:01
nightdreverive looked cant find away01:02
testsebsebseb: will check it out. But "graphic issues" ? It's more like that the whole desktop environment freezes, sometimes all but the mouse, and sometimes the windows looks like buggy old MS Windows-windows attacked by viruses.01:02
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sebsebsebnightdrever: your on 9.04 now?  8.10 was ok?01:02
tr-ipRoasted: yeah but the live cd is the only way of installing it right by installing the live cd to the hard disk, and not a fresh install01:02
nightdreveri dont want to have to go back to crappy windows....i like ubuntu better01:02
sebsebsebnightdrever: try 8.04 even,  since differnet xorgs01:02
nightdreveryes im on 9.0401:02
UntouchableMXdoes it make a difference because its a usb card01:02
MGrunde_Ampelbein, It's an LG L1770HQ.  I tried using xrandr and adding a modeline, but when I try to change to it, it gives me an error.01:03
sebsebsebtest: sounds like a possible failing hardware issue01:03
Flanneltr-ip: "with fresh install"?  What do you mean?  how would installation from the liveCD not be a fresh install?01:03
nightdreveri dont think it worked on 8.04 either01:03
AmpelbeinMGrunde: you don't happen to specify what error?01:03
Roastedtr-ip - I think you might be confused. When you boot to the LiveCD, you can actually use Linux and test it out. If you click install icon on the desktop, it installs Linux on your computer.. on your actual hard drive. That's how I awlays install LInux.01:03
MGrunde_Ampelbein, Also, just checked out the log from when I started in low graphics mode and the difference is that it's using Vesa, and for some reason the modes are discovered01:03
tr-ipFlannel: meaning it onoly installs the clone of the live cd to the hard disc?01:04
MGrunde_Ampelbein, One second, I'll find out01:04
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Flanneltr-ip: That's correct.  But that clone is a 'fresh install' as good as any other.01:04
UntouchableMXwell looks like im going to try a nother distribution of linux01:04
rogue780sebsebseb, thanks01:04
Flanneltr-ip: There's also the alternate CD, which installs everything via packages, but you'll end up with the same result.01:04
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MGrunde_Ampelbein, Although, since edid doesn't seem to work, will gtf be able to properly generate a modeline?01:05
sebsebsebrogue780: no problem01:05
testsebsebseb: hope not. It has just started recently, and all seems fine in Windows.01:05
tr-ipFlannel: Whats the root password for the live cd?01:05
UntouchableMXlater guys, and thanks for your help01:05
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AmpelbeinMGrunde: vesa uses more safe defaults that's why it works "better".01:05
Flanneltr-ip: there is no root password.  Ubuntu doesn't use the root account, it's locked.01:05
tr-ipFlannel: so how u suppose to install stuff?01:06
tyl3rHello. Running Jaunty with gnome on a dell studio xps16 with full hd 1920x1080....anyone has some good tips / links for font optimizing, especially in firefox ?01:06
Gnea!sudo | tr-ip01:06
ubottutr-ip: sudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for more information. For graphical applications see !gksu (Gnome, XFCE), or !kdesudo (KDE)01:06
Flanneltr-ip: Ubuntu uses sudo.01:06
tyl3rI know this is an issue for many people and I read and try a lot but for firefox I cannot come to a decent solution01:06
AmpelbeinMGrunde: gtf should work anyway01:07
tyl3rsystem fonts are fine actually, but with full hd res, I cannot find any optimal font setting in firefox...01:07
TheMoonMastertyl3r: I am on an XPS m1130 and going to system->preferences->appearance and then going to the fonts section, choosing details and editing the DPI helps me01:07
TheMoonMastertyl3r: You install msttcorefonts?01:08
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: thx, how many dpi you have ? In general I would be happy with firefox looking fine on all pages....but for example ubuntuforums look great with one font, with the same font last.fm is ugly and overlaps etc...so hard to find a perfect solution01:08
TheMoonMasterI use 9601:08
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: yes installed corefonts01:08
MGrunde_Ampelbein, The error I get when I run "xrandr --output default --mode 1280x1024_60.00" (after adding that modeline using --newmode and --addmode) is "xrandr: Configure crtc 0 failed"01:09
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: do you have option "allow websites to use own fonts" in firefox set?01:09
mobi-sheepI'd like to trim down the processes.... What do you suggest?  I'm looking at Startup Applications and bum (Boot Up Manager).  Most of the services does not have descriptions which render them useless to me.01:09
AmpelbeinMGrunde: you could also open a bug on launchpad for that issue, please use 'ubuntu-bug -p xorg' to automatically attach needed information01:09
tr-ipso if I install kde using apt-get or install or whatever how would I make it load instead of gnome?01:09
pepperjackmobi-sheep: all the raid stuff can go unless you are using it. id just look in /etc/init.d and google for each script to see if you need it to run01:09
TheMoonMasterYes I do01:10
Flanneltr-ip: You'd install kubuntu-desktop (that'll give you kde).  And then at the login screen (gdm or kdm) you'd choose which you wanted under Sessions01:10
yowshi1is there any way to find out exact;ly which programme keeps bogging down my system by taxing my hard drives?01:10
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: ok. Could you please tell me your fonts used in Firefox / sizes ? Would be nice...01:10
TheMoonMasteryowshi1: Open a terminal and type top01:10
mobi-sheeppepperjack: Is there a Ubuntu website that list all processes / startup / etc?  Something that people would like to know.  Kinda like sysreg for Windows.  Lol.01:11
yowshi1TheMoonMaster: i've tried top before i dont know how to scroll in it or how to use it to find out whats using the hard drive01:11
Flannelmobi-sheep: What do you mean?  Like man pages?01:11
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TheMoonMasterI'm on my netbook right now, so the sizes would be different, but the fonts are proportional -> serif, serif -> serif, sans-serif -> sans-serif, monospace -> monospace01:12
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: ok thx01:12
MGrunde_Ampelbein, Yeah, I probably will.  Everything seemed to work in Hardy though.  That's why I thought this would just be a quick fix.  Guess not.01:12
mobi-sheepFlannel: Take a look in System --> Preferences --> Startup Applications.  There are a list of services that have no description and I would like to know what their purposes is so I can trim down processes.01:12
TheMoonMasterOn here the sizes are all 901:12
nevynnetwork-manager initiates a ppp connection to a mobile internet connection but it doesn't call /etc/ppp/ip-up is this known behavior?01:12
TheMoonMasterBut under default font it's serif size 1601:13
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: same here, 1601:13
billisnicecan anyone lead me to a tutorial on how to connect a ubuntu 9.04 machine to a windows xp printer?  when i search for a printer on the network the printer box disappears01:13
AmpelbeinMGrunde: in jaunty, the xorg version has undergone huge changes compared to hardy01:13
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mobi-sheepFlannel: Not to mention that I installed and ran bum too.  I wanted to trim down things that do not apply to me.01:13
mobi-sheep!info bum | Flannel01:13
ubottuFlannel: bum (source: bum): graphical runlevel editor. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.2.1-2 (jaunty), package size 81 kB, installed size 516 kB01:13
billisnicexp computer connected to a printer01:13
TheMoonMasterHmm, thats odd, last.fm looks fine for me and everything.01:13
Flannelmobi-sheep: I'm aware of what bum is.  I sggest reading the man pages for each process.01:13
AmpelbeinMGrunde: using the above command, a solution will quickly be found, I think.01:13
mobi-sheepFlannel: Yeah.  Seems like it.  Thanks.01:14
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: will try further with fonts or else maybe with a standard set zoom for all websites in firefox....as websites might still be optimized for lower res these days...will try your posted settings with 16 right now...01:14
juxboxi have a weird problem with sound, nothing with audio works, any idea why and how to fix it?01:16
MGrunde_Ampelbein, Okay, bug filed.  Thanks for your help01:16
th0rjuxbox: I found reference to a bug in 9.04 where the sound starts muted at bootup. Check the mixer and see if the volume is muted01:16
timewriterubuntu runs pretty nice in vmware01:17
TheMoonMastertyl3r: I looked up the problem and some say that editing your appearance->font->details and setting hinting to none fixes things01:17
sebsebsebtimewriter: sure, but I hope your only doing that to test the OS01:17
sebsebsebtimewriter: you should partition your hard disk for real, for proper Ubuntu usage :)01:17
juxboxth0r: no it's not muted01:17
timewriteri just wanted to have a quick look01:17
sebsebsebtimewriter: also Virtualbox is better than the free versions of VMware01:17
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sebsebsebtimewriter: and can even use VMDK files01:17
timewriterim using the paid version of vmware workstation01:18
Guest85234I'm trying to set a file's mode (a shell script actually) using chmod 771 -- then when i try to use the script, i get "permission denied" ...why?01:18
sebsebsebtimewriter: that you bought?01:18
timewriterim amazed01:18
timewriteri wonder what if i use ubuntu 64bit as a host01:18
timewriterto run windows xp as a guest01:18
Guest85234i'll change nick and requery01:18
sebsebsebtimewriter: sure if you got 64bit proccessor and at least 4GB RAM01:18
Decepticontest failed!01:19
sebsebsebtimewriter: well no Windows 3D gaming or some such if you do a Windows vm, but otherwise :)01:19
timewriteryes , im running a quad core and 4 GB of ram01:19
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[ucb]kevinI'm trying to set a file's mode (a shell script actually) using chmod 771 -- then when i try to use the script, i get "permission denied" ...why?01:19
juxboxshould i follow the tutorial in http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=20686801:19
timewriterhmm , they say they improved 3d in the latest vmware version01:19
yowshi1is there any way to find out exact;ly which programme keeps bogging down my system by taxing my hard drives?01:19
sebsebsebtimewriter: OpenGL, but DIrectx hum01:19
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StR|Sangrealplease, what SW should i use in JauntyAMD64 to take photos with my integrated vga webcam?01:19
usr13yowshi1: top01:19
jribyowshi1: iotop01:20
timewriterthats not good01:20
timewriteralso the audio drivers arent the one i want01:20
timewriterfor my creative x-fi01:20
timewriteri need to use ASIO01:20
[ucb]kevin*solved* thanks anyways!01:20
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: just tried all, with your font settings in firefox, for example at me the login text overlaps with a formular field...if I go down with font size, its getting too small...so I tried different one, droid, bitstream, etc...still, seems Im unable to find a perfect firefox config that fits on all sites. Sure Im not an expert regarding fonts but I know this is common problem for many people....recently swit01:20
tyl3rched from my latitude 630 to xps16, since then it got worse01:20
timewriterubuntu + xp , 628 mb ram01:21
TheMoonMastertyl3r: did you try appearance->font->details and setting hinting to none?01:21
aleron6anybody know of any wmv convertere01:21
TheMoonMasterI saw that that fixed it for some people.01:21
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: Yes, just did that and restarted firefox01:21
seanseanAnyone have experience installing Jaunty with an SATA as a secondary drive?01:21
StR|Sangrealwhat is the opensource alternative to .GIF compression of graphic animations?01:22
TheMoonMasterHmmm, I use small screens and Arch so I don't really know.01:22
juxboxany ideas on no audio issue?01:22
pepperjack!sound | juxbox may help01:22
ubottujuxbox may help: If you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/DmixPlugin - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP301:22
TheMoonMasterDo you have the latest firefox?01:22
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: Firefox 3.0.10...yes you are right, its a problem related due to my high res....I was fine on 15inch notebooks01:23
TheMoonMasterYeah, mine are 13in and 10in01:23
juxboxubottu: there's no volume control, i'm using kde actually.01:24
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)01:24
buakekaHow can I enable all my files to be read/write permanently?01:24
TheMoonMasterbuakeka: You mean EVERY file?01:24
Flannelbuakeka: what do you mean your files?01:24
buakekayes, to install BIN files.01:24
Flannelbuakeka: You don't want to.01:24
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: hmm, I think zoom could help here, small fonts but zoom like ctrl + works and looks fine...maybe you know the setting in firefox responsible for a standard zoom on every webpage set in about:config ?01:24
TheMoonMasterNot a great idea.01:24
Dapsdoes anyone here use KompoZer ?? and if you do can you tell me why upon mouse over of a drop down menu the program closes..??01:24
TheMoonMasterOh, ummm01:24
buakekaUbuntu won't let me install .bin files.01:25
TheMoonMasterTry holding control and using the scroll wheel01:25
usr13   buakeka Your files in /home shoud already be rw01:25
Flannelbuakeka: You need to use sudo.01:25
usr13buakeka: But if not, just do chmod +rw01:25
buakekaI've ran sudo command. Says "file does not exist".01:25
* Gnea grumbles something unmentionable about a reliance on gnome to make bluetooth work in jaunty01:25
guineapigThe ubuntu site says installation requires a minimum 4 gigs. How much of this is swap? If I share swap, how much do I need to allocate to ubuntu?01:25
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: yes, that works, just like to have a standard zoom for every page...but its ok I just google that, thx for your help01:25
TheMoonMasterNo problem01:25
Flannelbuakeka: What command are you running, and where is the bin file?01:25
usr13buakeka: ls -l will tell you01:26
buakekaI have been saving it to my desktop. I've used  ./myfilename.bin01:26
yuffiguineapig: < 3 gb01:26
seanseanUnable to unmount SATA HD during Jaunty install. Tried to force but nothing01:27
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: oh btw., if you have a studio, did you update your bios yet over ubuntu with the dell firmware tools ? seems like they dont post the updates for mine in their repo....and I cannot get a .hdr file from the win packages dell provides01:27
Dapsanyone know why my webcam won't work on skype??01:27
Gneaseansean: are you cd'd to a directory on it?01:27
Flannelbuakeka: What directory are you in currently?01:28
seanseanGnea: No, not cd'd into it only ubiquity running01:28
Flannelbuakeka: desktop or Desktop?01:28
DisabledDuckhow can you uncompress a tar.gz file in the command line?01:29
Flannelbuakeka: What's the actual filename?01:29
th0rDisabledDuck: tar -xvzf <filename>01:29
th0rDisabledDuck: or 'man tar'01:29
buakekanevermind, its working now.01:30
FlannelDisabledDuck: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression#Command%20Line%20Usage01:30
rayluhm... actually, neither the j nor the z are needed in tar01:30
poboy975linuxhello, anyone available to answer a few uestions?01:30
raylu!anyone | poboy975linux01:30
ubottupoboy975linux: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?01:30
th0rraylu: the z is need for a .tar.gz file01:30
rayluth0r: it should be needed, but i found that it did it for me01:31
rayluth0r: when i forgot to type it once01:31
StR|Sangreal!bye | All01:31
ubottuAll: Au revoir!01:31
poboy975linuxlol sorry, I'm looking for information on how to sync a palm centro with ubuntu 9.04 using jpilot. most of the google searches I have found are very very old01:31
poboy975linuxsync with bluetooth01:31
juxboxi got an error saying that my audio driver is not working, then how can i fix that?01:31
tyl3rTheMoonMaster: fyi, looks better with hinting off01:32
CoJaBo-AztecUh... Ok, I just typed "mv Documents Local Documents", forgetting to escape the space in "Local Documents". Where is "Documents" now?01:32
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usserCoJaBo-Aztec, in Local01:32
Gneaseansean: well what did you mount and why did you mount it?01:32
rayluusser: isn't it src src dest?01:33
FlannelCoJaBo-Aztec: Local(2) and Documents(3) were moved to Documents(1)01:33
seanseanGnae: was mounted automatically as /cdrom (not /media/cdrom)01:33
CoJaBo-Aztecusser: Local did not exist, and there is no Documents anymore.01:33
usserraylu, its just mv scr dst,01:33
FlannelCoJaBo-Aztec: Is there a Local now?01:34
rayluusser: but if you specify 3 arguments, all but the last are interpreted as src01:34
raylufoor:~$ mkdir foo bar01:34
raylufoor:~$ mv foo bar foo01:34
raylumv: cannot move `foo' to a subdirectory of itself, `foo/foo'01:34
CoJaBo-AztecFlannel: No Local, Documents, or Local Documents.01:34
rayluCoJaBo-Aztec: if both are directories, you should have gotten an error like the one i pasted01:34
seanseanGnea: was mounted automatically as /cdrom (not /media/cdrom)01:34
CoJaBo-Aztecraylu: The only output was "mv: cannot stat `Local': No such file or directory"01:35
chimera4uis there a way to disable the caching of the root password in Ubuntu. I never have this problem on CentOS01:35
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Gneaseansean: is the cd still in the drive?01:35
rayluCoJaBo-Aztec: then it would have tried to move Documents into Documents and errored on that too. i think you actually typed something else01:35
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, mv test testing testing, where "test" is the original dir, it doesnt work for me01:35
rayluchimera4u: have you played with your sudoers?01:36
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seanseanGnae: SATA is HD not CD. Also I'm installing from USB01:36
Flannelchimera4u: You can.  It's notthe root password, but yes.  You'll need to edit your sudoers (sudo visudo) and change timestamp_timeout to 001:36
chimera4uraylu: sure. I don't see any thing that has to do with caching there01:36
Dapswhen a process freezes, how can i force it to close..?01:36
Gneaseansean: they do make SATA CDs. you should be able to finish the process up and it will automatically unmount it for you.01:37
yuffidaps: kill <processname>01:37
Dapsyuffi, thanks01:37
david-desktop1could someone please explain how i could get my zune to be recognized by ubuntu?01:37
poboy975linuxhow do I know which usb port to use for hotsync? usb0 usb1 usb2 usb3? these are choices in jpilot01:38
chimera4uFlannel: timestamp_timeout does not exist in the sudoers file.01:38
Ghoti_Daps: If you're not at the commandline, you can also press Alt-F@, type in 'xkill', and click on the dead window.01:39
Dapsyuffi, i tried that.. it said: bash: kill: amsn: arguments must be process or job IDs01:39
CoJaBo-Aztecraylu: http://pastebin.com/f57cfa48501:39
yuffidaps: sorry, killall processname01:39
bottoI have a small problem with ubuntu on my netbook01:39
Ghoti_Daps: you can put an xkill applet on the panel too if you need to use it a lot.01:39
seanseanGnea: SATA HD is getting mounted as /cdrom. After setting partiton prefs in ubiquity install halts with unmount error.01:40
DapsGhoti, Alt-F@ ??01:40
bottoWhen I run upgrades, the screen is shifted down by 20 pixels roughly01:40
bottoAfter the upgrades that is01:40
Ghoti_Daps: Alt-F2, sorry01:40
DapsGhoti, thanks01:41
chemikalzi have compiz running and stuff but how do i install a theme i dled from gnome look, i put it in the themes folder directory for compizz...????01:41
Ghoti_Daps: anytime!01:41
Dapsworked like a charm01:41
Flannelchimera4u: alright.  Go ahead and add it.  To the end of the Defaults line (separate with a comma: "Defaults....,!fdqn,timestamp_timeout=0"01:41
CoJaBo-Aztecraylu: usser: Any ideas where it might have gone o_O01:41
Gneaseansean: what mounts it to /cdrom?01:41
ubottumplayer is a media player. It resides in the mutiverse repository and can easily be installed via applications -> add/remove. For codecs try !codecs01:41
ubottuCompiz (compositing window manager), for a howto see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager and more help #compiz01:42
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/UbuntuEyeCandy01:42
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, the original folder was named Documents ?01:42
seanseanGnae: The Jaunty install running off USB01:42
methodsGnea:  any luck ?01:42
chimera4uFlannel: I don't have a Defaults line all I have is "Defaults    env_reset"01:42
CoJaBo-Aztecusser: Yes, http://pastebin.com/f57cfa485 .01:42
kristianpaulthere is a MOTU here?01:43
Gneamethods: no, it's actually doing a good job of pissing me off - i can find my device with hcitool scan just fine, but the device wizard absolutely refuses to see it01:43
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LjLkristianpaul: maybe, though #ubuntu-motu would be a more likely place to find one01:43
chimera4uFlannel: as u can see there is no user like in most cases i.e. Defaults:user timestamp_timeout=001:43
kristianpaulLjL, thanks i'n new on ubuntu universe01:43
methodsGnea:  i can't even see my device with 'hcitool dev'01:43
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Flannelchimera4u: Right.  That's your defaults line.01:43
Flannelchimera4u: you don't need a user.  Add it to the end of your Defaults\tenv_reset line01:44
Gneamethods: after you turned the switch 'on', did you sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart?01:44
ubottuAudio (Ogg, MP3...) players: Audacious, Banshee, Beep Media Player, Listen, Quod Libet, Rhythmbox, Exaile, XMMS2 (GTK/Gnome based) and Amarok, JuK (Qt/KDE based).  Video players: Totem, Xine, MPlayer, VLC, Kaffeine - See also !codecs01:44
ddubbsmaxcan anyone tell me how to get ubuntu to regester a zune as a device01:44
chimera4uFlannel: using visudo I get this error "sudoers file: syntax error, line 16 <<<"01:44
methodsGnea:  i don't know if it's on or not it normally lights up but now it doesn't light up when i push it01:44
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, oh god. i think it collapsed into itself. try creating a directory and moving that directory into itself01:44
Flannelchimera4u: that means you didn't edit it properly.01:45
chimera4uFlannel: here is what I have "Defaults    env_reset timestamp_timeout=0"01:45
rogue78059 day uptime! woohoo!01:45
Flannelchimera4u: put a comma in between.01:45
Gneamethods: open a terminal and:  tail -f /var/log/syslog   and see what happens (if anything) when you press the button01:45
Flannelchimera4u: env_reset,timestamp_timeout=001:45
CoJaBo-Aztecusser: o_O01:45
methodsGnea:  nothing there or in dmesg01:45
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, it should have moved Documents to Documents the way the command is constructed, so you should still have Documents folder01:45
Gneamethods: weird - what make/model is the laptop?01:46
chimera4uFlannel: that worked. Thanks a million. I wonder why in CentOS it doesn't need to be specified yet it is not cached.01:46
methodsGnea: extensa 4420 acer01:46
GamingRobotwho here is familar with setting up a wireless bridge between a brodcom wireless card and the eathernet port ? on 8.10 ubuntu01:46
ubottuLaptop support information can be found on http://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportMachinesLaptops - http://www.linux-laptop.net/ - http://wiki.ubuntu.com/LaptopTestingTeam - http://tuxmobil.org01:46
Noob541can anyone help me?01:46
SanityInAnarchyOk... what happened to Expresscards? The pciehp module seems to have been removed??01:47
mugenCan someone help me upgrade my Thinkpad T43 video drivers? I would greatly appreciate it!01:47
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, well thats weird it should have said something along the lines of mv: cannot move `Documents' to a subdirectory of itself, `Documents/Documents'01:47
Gnea!anyone | Noob54101:48
ubottuNoob541: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?01:48
CoJaBo-Aztecusser: Actually... It might have been a symlink... Would that have moved the symlink inside itself? o_O01:48
seanseanGnae: Seems I'm not the only one having issue http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1134389&highlight=sata+unmount01:48
mugenHow do I find out what video drivers my Think T43 uses so I can get the correct ubuntu drivers accordingly?01:48
GamingRobotwow quite the busy channel here01:49
RiwiSkype 100% cpu usage is a pain, if someone knows how to fix that "without me installing the static oss version" It'd be cool01:49
Gneamethods: not seeing it up there... someone needs to write a howto for it ;)  can you pastebin the output of the lspci command?01:49
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, still, i cant reproduce that behaviour01:50
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, it always errors out01:50
th0rRiwi: skype used to do that in windows a while back...I traced it to the bonjour service, which skype installed and which wasn't really needed.01:51
CoJaBo-Aztecusser: I can't either, but thats what happened o_O The symlink moved to its target directory (luckily I managed to find it with find command)01:51
Gneamethods: well the wireless network is there, but not the bluetooth... are you sure it has bluetooth built into it?01:51
methodshow do i check if there is irq conflict ?01:52
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, so the symlink Documents went to whatever directory it was pointing to?01:52
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, this is cool :)01:52
Gneamethods: and you can see what's using what with:  cat /proc/interrupts01:52
robert__i don't notice any speed difference with unr01:52
CoJaBo-Aztecusser: Cool? Maybe. Scary? Definately! o_O01:53
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, backup, backup, backup :)01:53
CoJaBo-Aztecusser: Target was an NTFS partition, maybe it only happens in that case or something?01:53
maragon hi all, I have the sigmatel STAC92xx soundcard on my Dell Vostro 1700, and I was wondering how to get s/pdif playback via the 11-pin s-video port on the back.  I have my second display connected to the port fine to the special dell dongle that breaks it into rgb and s/pdif but i cannot switch over to digital sound ouput like in windows vista01:53
usserCoJaBo-Aztec, possible01:54
seanseanGnae: Thanks for listening. I'll have to persevere running Jaunty purely from USB till I can source fix01:54
Ampelbeinrobert__: if you have a lpia-compatible processor it would be best to install the lpia-port of ubuntu to get the best possible speed.01:54
CoJaBo-Aztecusser: I have a backup (and needed it recently for a different problem), but its a few days old and would take time to restore.01:54
robert__Ampelbein, whats lpia?01:55
maragonbtw I am running Jaunty  ---sorry for the interrupt -Aztec01:55
pppianowhen i try to play something on youtube using firefox01:55
robert__i hope the new theme comes out for 9.1001:55
pppianono sound comes out01:55
pppianowould anyone know why?01:55
tonsofpcspppiano: close firefox, kill pulseaudio, restart firefox01:55
juxboxmy audio still doesn't work!!01:55
methodsGnea:  it doesn't have it01:56
Gneamethods: hrm, well i got it to find my phone jut fine01:56
robert__pppiano, did you enable record sound in your audio preferences?01:56
Ampelbeinrobert__: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LPIA, it's a processor architecture.01:56
* CoJaBo-Aztec wonders how the universe hasn't imploded on itself o_O01:56
pppianotonsofpcs: it's been like this for a while, i've tried restarting and hasn't worked01:56
methodsGnea: thanks for your time01:56
tonsofpcspppiano: close firefox, kill pulseaudio, restart firefox01:56
mugenmugen@mugenT43:~$ glxinfo | grep rendering01:57
mugenget fences failed: -101:57
mugenparam: 6, val: 001:57
mugendirect rendering: Yes01:57
FloodBot3mugen: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.01:57
mugensorry for the flood01:57
ussermugen, i get that on my intel card, works fine otherwise though01:57
pppianotonsofpcs:  arguments must be process or job IDs01:57
pppianoshould i use killall01:58
mugenusser: how come when i scroll through pages its still slow?01:58
ussermugen, firefox?01:58
mugenusser: really sluggish. this is mainly on flash heavy sites like (www.streetfire.net)01:58
tonsofpcspppiano: ps aux | grep -i pulseaudio01:58
pppianotonsofpcs: OMG01:58
pppianothank you01:59
ussermugen, flash is slow. thats expected01:59
mugenusser: yes, i even downloaded all recommended extensions to speed up site loading (noscript, etc)01:59
eseven73mugen, have you tried opera, it's way faster than Firefox01:59
ussermugen, try flash blocker01:59
tonsofpcspppiano: no problem :) now get the ubuntu folks to stop using pulse audio so we dont have that problem01:59
mugenusser: got that too. I'm going to try opera.01:59
pppianotonsofpcs: just so you know, i haven't been using it for a while just because of this reason01:59
GamingRobotguess no one knows01:59
mugenits too bad i love firefox lol01:59
Ghoti_pppiano: you might also like pstree (part of the psmisc package).  pstree -p will also show PIDs01:59
pppianotonsofpcs: thank you01:59
mugenusser: how do my drivers look though? should i upgrade to a different one?02:00
tonsofpcspppiano: it'll also run faster now02:00
eseven73mugen, only bad thing with opera, they don't have all the extensions like firefox does02:00
ussermugen, glxinfo | grep OpenGL renderer string02:00
ussermugen, what does it say?02:00
ussermugen, err glxinfo | grep "OpenGL renderer string"02:00
pppianotonsofpcs: sure, but i dont even know what pulse audio is, i'll google it now....but damn, im just amazed02:00
DisabledDuckis there any way to set mplayer to always choose english as the default language?02:00
snellhow do i view version details of a program via command line?02:01
Ek|mu5using xubuntu here02:01
tonsofpcssnell: dpends on the program02:01
Ek|mu5I'd like to uninstall mousepad and replace it with gedit02:01
Ghoti_snell: generally, programname --version02:01
tonsofpcsardour2 --version02:02
mugenusser: http://paste.ubuntu.com/176059/02:02
Ek|mu5can I remove mousepad on xubuntu or is it core of the xubuntu-desktop package?02:02
GamingRobotwhat channel can i go to for ubuntu network help?02:02
mobi-sheepGamingRobot: Here.  We're the matrix.02:02
GamingRobotwho here is familar with setting up a wireless bridge between a brodcom wireless card and the eathernet port ? on 8.10 ubuntu02:03
eseven73dpkg -l |grep firefox   for example shows it's version too02:03
Ek|mu5can I remove mousepad on xubuntu or is it core of the xubuntu-desktop package? I want to replace it with gedit (code highlights)02:03
tonsofpcsGamingRobot: me02:04
DaZEk|mu5: try02:04
GamingRobotwell tonsofpcs how would i go about doing that02:04
mugeneseven73: what do you think of my T43 video drivers? Do I have the correct one? http://paste.ubuntu.com/176059/02:04
ubottuAudio (Ogg, MP3...) players: Audacious, Banshee, Beep Media Player, Listen, Quod Libet, Rhythmbox, Exaile, XMMS2 (GTK/Gnome based) and Amarok, JuK (Qt/KDE based).  Video players: Totem, Xine, MPlayer, VLC, Kaffeine - See also !codecs02:04
eseven73mugen, I don't know, I came into the conversation late sorry02:05
mudassarHello experts, I want to share some folder of my SD Card of windows mobile and want to copy some files from ubuntu 9.04 How can I do that ?02:05
ubottuDo 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/RootSudo02:06
Okashihey, can someone help me? I updated from 8.10 to 9.40 last night and now the computer freezes when  I do anything.02:07
rocky_oh, I thought I was on a different server, and someone was using my name XD02:07
pppianotonsofpcs: will i have to run that command everytime i restart my computer?02:07
Ghoti_Okashi: define 'anything'02:07
tonsofpcspppiano: no, just everytime pulseaudio crashes [you can probably disable it somehow]02:08
sam555having problems burning unbuntu 9.04 to a disk02:08
rocky_is there a way to have a sound play even when you change slides in openoffice.org?02:08
OkashiI open a directory, it freezes02:08
OkashiI open a file it freezez02:08
sam555i get "error reading boot cd"02:08
sam555i was using roxio, anyone know of another cd burn program to use?02:08
user01hi, how do i make pppd able to run as plain user?02:08
tonsofpcsuser01: read the man pages02:08
tonsofpcsits in one of the confuigs02:09
* rocky_ is going to RTFM before he waits more (yeah, I know)02:09
Ghoti_Okashi: (btw, it's 9.04, not 9.10; there are only 12 months in the year) Are you using GNOME or KDE? Do you have the same problems in failsafe mode?02:09
OkashiI guess I should mention that after it tried to update it said it failed and it was going to revert02:09
Okashithen it frooze02:10
snellwhen i do sudo apt-get update i get some strange errors02:10
usuario_Alguem que fala portugues?02:10
snellcan someone take a look?02:10
Ghoti_Okashi: that could be related..  Can you try a failsafe session?02:10
Pici!pt | usuario_02:10
ubottuusuario_: Por favor, use #ubuntu-br para ajuda em português. Para a comunidade local portuguêsa, #ubuntu-pt. Obrigado.02:10
OkashiI'm sorry I think gnome but I'm not sure02:10
Ghoti_snell: pastebin the errors you get and I'd be happyt o02:10
OkashiI don't know how, I'm using a 8.10 live cd just so I can chat02:11
mugenso i just downloaded the latest video drivers for my t43. i see a file called install.sh. how do i install it?02:11
Ghoti_Okashi: when you boot and are at the login prompt, there should be a 'session options' button02:11
DasEimugen : open a terminal...02:11
Lyezok, this might be a good one:  i've loaded VLC and Xine, and they will not play any DVD's that I insert into the dvd-rom.  anyone know of a good dvd player for ubuntu?  the error i get is "libdvdread: Encrypted DVD support unavailable"...02:11
Ghoti_snell: looks like you're missing some GPG keys for one of your repos02:12
mugendasei: so navigate to it and "open install.sh"?02:12
Okashiah. so what do I do once I get it to boot in failsafe mode? come back?02:12
DaZlooks like one of his repos is dead imho02:12
DasEimugen : copy the file to /usr/src02:12
snellghoti how can i remedy the situation?02:12
usser_!medibuntu | Lyez02:12
ubottuLyez: medibuntu is a repository of packages that cannot be included into the Ubuntu distribution for legal reasons - See http://www.medibuntu.org02:12
DasEimugen : cd there02:12
snellghoti the reason this is bugging me is because it wont give me the current version of ardour02:13
Acui have ubuntu 9.04 and everything works well in my laptop. What i want to do is to stop gnome (etc/init.d/gdm stop) and have a wireless connection in my cli interface. after 2 days i am wondering how to configure wpa_supplicant.but, if everything works well in gnome, the correct command to set up my network connection should be written in a startup file, isn't it? where can i find it?(sorry for my eng)02:13
DasEimugen : sudo apt-get install build-essential checkinstall02:13
^paradox^in need of some help with port forwarding. i know this isnt the channel for it. perhaps someone can suggest a channel where i can get help with this?02:13
Ghoti_snell: give me a sec, I'll have the fix for you02:13
rocky_okay, I RTFM and googled, and found my answer ^_^02:14
Ghoti_snell: try:  gpg --recv-keys  2EBC26B60C5A2783  ; gpg --export-armor | sudo apt-key add -02:14
OkashiGhoti_: : so what do I do after I boot into failsafe mode, come back here?02:15
stxingcan intel 845g video card be used in Ubuntu 9.04?02:15
Ghoti_Okashi: if you can boot into failsafe mode, and it works, to an apt-get update and see if you can restore sanity to your system02:15
erossegh.. i installed ubuntu and a home user is set up on my MLC solid state drive, but I want to point to a slave drive. Is it possible, so when I boot up and I log in with the slave drive partition?02:16
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erossas the home user02:16
Okashithanks I'll try it02:17
^paradox^anyone? just need a suggestion as to a channel where i might get some help with port forwarding02:18
mattgyvereross, see pm02:18
Ghoti_snell: did that work?02:18
losher^paradox^: which router are you running?02:18
sebsebseb^paradox^: ok #ubuntu-offtopic maybe02:18
snellghoti: gpg: no keyserver known (use option --keyserver)02:18
snellghoti: gpg: keyserver receive failed: bad URI02:19
^paradox^well i know its an ambit router02:19
Ghoti_snell: interesting..02:19
snellghoti: gpg: Invalid option "--export-armor"02:19
^paradox^i cant get closeup on it because my gf is using that pc right now02:19
ubottuwebmin is no longer supported in Debian and Ubuntu. It is not compatible with the way that Ubuntu packages handle configuration files, and is likely to cause unexpected issues with your system. See !ebox instead.02:19
pppianoI have another problem, I'm using Avant Window Manager, and i remember when i used to open a new window the icon would appear on the tray below, but now it doesn't anymore02:19
ubottuebox is a web-based GUI interface for administering a server. It is designed to work with Ubuntu/Debian style configuration management. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/eBox02:19
snellghoti: gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found.    last one...02:19
Ghoti_snell: try one dash before the 'export-armor', my bad02:20
losher^paradox^: I've never heard of it. Most routers have support forums. Tried googling for ambit support forum?02:20
NEO117hi I'd like to know if you can get viruses on a Windows Partition by using an infected USB device through Linux02:20
sebsebsebNEO117: if you put on the Windows partition from the USB stick sure02:21
mrhevery bittorrent client I have tried causes my system to totally crash - it just freezes. This began happening after months of trouble free use, I am on Hardy, running KDE, has anyone seen THIS problem?02:21
sebsebsebNEO117: otherwise probably not, because the viruses can't run on Ubuntu02:21
DaZNEO117: ubuntu doesn't support autoruns so no02:21
NEO117ok thanks02:21
NEO117actually the partition is on the same HDD02:22
snellghoti: same deal02:22
IsRealNEO117,  doesn't matter, can't get infected02:22
sebsebsebNEO117: you can have Windows viruses in your Ubuntu partition, whilst your Windows partition is  also mounted, without the Windows partiton getting infected02:22
NEO117thanks a lot02:23
sebsebsebNEO117: no problem02:23
sebsebsebhe should probably remove the virusees off his USB device though, but yeah he is gone now02:23
IsRealclamav to the rescue02:24
sebsebsebthat could do it yeah02:24
sebsebseb,but I guess it applys even to USB devices02:24
sebsebsebstart over with a new partition, to make sure all viruses are gone02:24
cemerickhow do I disable password authentication through ssh for a single user?02:25
sebsebsebIsReal: format partition yeah02:25
IsRealLvl format!02:26
sebsebsebIsReal: Lvl ???02:26
IsRealLow Level02:26
Ghoti_cemerick: disable it in /etc/passwd, and make sure they have a public key in ~user/.ssh/authorized_keys02:26
sebsebsebIsReal: ah ok02:26
mobi-sheepWhat application uses notify-osd to notify a new Gmail message?  I remember seeing it in notify-osd example-video02:27
C-00000100i have an old VHS tape i want to backup to my PC and put on a DVD, i have a capture card so connection not an issue, just what apps and where to start looking, the vid is from 15 years ago, when I climbed a 90' transmission line to rescue some hawks02:28
qedxmobi-sheep:  specto, maybe?02:28
mrhHas anyone seen anything like the issue I am having?02:29
petteeis anyone successfully using 9.04, an ati x1950 and svideo tv-out?02:29
Guy0223Are there any how's for setting up mailscanner with postfix?02:29
Guy0223how to's02:29
eseven73mobi-sheep,  you can see it on apt-cache search notify02:29
Bold`hello.. when I try to install ubuntu using wubi, it installs the the amd64 release insteade of the x86, I am having Intel E6550 CPU.. is this normal ?02:30
cemerickGhoti_: there are no passwords in /etc/passwd -- do you mean /etc/shadow?  Or, shouldn't we just do 'passwd -l username'?02:30
Ghoti_cemerick: I meant the latter02:30
petteeyes Bold`, that's normal and basically means the 64bit version02:31
cemerickGhoti_: OK, that makes more sense.  Is locking the password better, and still achieves the same goal?  Editing /etc/shadow doesn't seem like a good idea.02:32
Bold`pettee, is there any advantage of running the 64 version ? or disadvantage ?02:32
losher!tv | C-0000010002:32
ubottuC-00000100: http://www.linuxtv.org/ has extensive information about using TV cards under Linux. Available viewers for analog cards: Zapping, tvtime (GTK/GNOME), Kaffeine, kdetv (KDE), xawtv, motv. For digital cards: Me-TV (GNOME), Klear (KDE), dvb-utils. For both analog and digital cards, !MythTV is a powerful framework. Your card may work the !IVTV drivers. See also !TV-Out02:32
Ghoti_cemerick: locking the password prevents that user from using a password to login to the system, but they should still be able to use public-key authenticated SSH to connect02:32
cemerickGhoti_: right, that's what I'm aiming for02:33
C-00000100Thanks losher02:33
cemerickAm I just paranoid w.r.t. not touching /etc/shadow?02:33
cemerick(manually, that is)02:33
Ghoti_cemerick: I would advise avoiding manual edits of /etc/{group,shadow,passwd} :)02:33
cemerickok, that's what I figured02:34
cemerickthanks :-)02:34
Ghoti_cemerick: my pleasure02:34
loshermrh: it's odd. Are you running 9.04?02:34
mrhlosher: no, 8.04.102:35
jonhjonhzhola como puedo añadir al grub el windows vista02:35
grkblood13how do i access the gui for alsamixer02:35
petteeBold`: if you have <4gigs of ram there's no huge advantage to it, no huge disadvantage with compatibility either02:35
Ghoti_!es | jonhjonhz02:35
ubottujonhjonhz: En la mayoría de canales Ubuntu se comunica en inglés. Para ayuda en Español, por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es.02:35
Chr|sgrkblood13: just type alsamixer in terminal02:35
loshermrh: then its very odd. What makes you so sure it's bittorrent causing the freezes02:35
grkblood13i did, i get this error: alsamixer: function snd_ctl_open failed for default: No such file or directory02:36
mobi-sheepqedx: Specto seems interesting.  You use it?  I'm running it right now as a test trial.02:36
mrhlosher: only happens when I am using bittorrent02:36
grkblood13i have /usr/bin/alsamixer though02:36
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about alsamixer02:36
ubottuIf you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/DmixPlugin - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP302:36
mrhlosher: I have tried several clients too02:36
Bold`pettee: I have 2 GB ram, I can read from your comment that 64 will perform a bit faster.. I will give it a try.. thank you for replying !02:36
mrhlosher: I had been using bittorrent for along time without a single problem02:36
grkblood13i have that selected02:37
Chr|sgrkblood13: try asking in #alsa they are a helfup bunch02:37
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petteeanyone using an x1950 or similar card with the oss drivers on 9.04 and have svideo out working?02:37
loshermrh: bittorrent taxes the network, memory & disk i/o system more than most apps. I'm guessing, but I'd say start with running memtest overnight02:38
Third3yeHey folks02:39
denizhow do i increase the priority of a process using the terminal because there is a bug in system monitor that does not allow me to do this02:39
mrhlosher: I ran memtest a few days ago02:39
mrhlosher: no problems there02:39
Third3yeThe installer (ubuntu 9.04) crashes when it's trying to boot, just at the end of the bootscreen02:39
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Computer_ManCan someone tell me where to go and get a driver for my video card that is built in to my Dell 260GX?02:39
mrhlosher: I read an old (2006 I think) thread about this, and the people there found that it was a problem with the level of network activity02:40
Chr|sComputer_Man: there should be no where to go, it should automaticly find it.02:40
mrhlosher: that was in the ubuntu forums02:40
loshermrh: it's plausible. I wouldn't know how to go about fixing it though02:40
Chr|sComputer_Man: what kind of video card do you have?02:40
Computer_Manwell it didn't find it at all.02:40
Computer_Mannow sure what kind it is.02:41
loshermrh: is it an onboard NIC?02:41
mrhlosher: thanks man02:41
Computer_Manis built on the MOBO02:41
mrhlosher: yeah02:41
Third3yeI guess alt install will have to do...02:41
Chr|sComputer_Man: ok how do you know it wasn't found, and yes I know it is :)02:41
Computer_Manif i do grep -i vga02:41
Third3yeunless someone comes up with an idea on how to make the original ubuntu install CD work?02:41
mrhlosher: under 6 months in use, Intel 945GC chipset02:41
Chr|sComputer_Man: ok when you do that, what does it list02:41
Computer_ManI get grep -i vga and VGA is RED02:42
Moonsocket_any one kno where to get a snes 9x that works well with ubuntu02:42
loshermrh: NICs are pretty cheap. It might pay you to disable the onboard NIC and try with an external card. What did the old thread say to do?02:42
mrhlosher: what gets me is that I had been using bittorrent w/out a problem for months02:42
loshermrh: I know. I almost suspect your power supply. They are usually the first component to fail, and can lead to hangs etc.02:43
mrhlosher: ehhhh, in that old thread, everyone concluded that it was a kernel issue, but no solution came up, and it looks like no one paid attention to the issue02:43
mrhlosher: nah man, it ain't a hardware issue, I tested the power supply, thing's ok02:44
linuxman410is there a room for ubuntu 9.1002:44
AtryAnyone know where i can find a place/how to get drivers for an old wireless card on a laptop?02:44
digitalchemistI just installed a touch screen, and it works alright calibration. I can right click by pressing and holding, left click by pressing, but pressing and dragging just moves the mouse rather than moving mouse + button 1. Does anyone know where I should look for info on how to configure different taps and states?02:44
Computer_Mani'm trying to get CCSM to work for desktop cube02:44
AustinScomputer_man, I just did this02:44
loshermrh: Lots of clients allow you to cut back the number of network connections per torrent. You could try that I guess...02:44
panfistis it possible to stop running GNOME panels?02:44
mrhlosher: this box is under 6 months olf02:44
mrhlosher: I did02:44
AustinSComputer_Man: check out http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=115978602:45
PinderDoes anyone know why Ubuntu adds a ";1" to every file on a mounted disc?02:45
StargazerIs there any way to limit how much upload i do?02:45
mrhlosher: see that't the thing, I had been using it no prob for months, I think it was probably a kernel update02:45
Ghoti_linuxman410: #ubuntu+1 for chat about Koala02:45
C-00000100mrh, i've had power supplies be DOA,02:45
mrhlosher: however, I have been thinking about switching to PCBSD, as time goes by, I want to switch more and more02:45
digitalchemistpanfist: yes, use gconf-editor to remove 'panel from /desktop/gnome/session/required_components_list02:46
OkashiIs Ghoti_ still here?02:46
mrhC-00000100: tested it02:46
mrhC-00000100: no probs02:46
Ghoti_Okashi: Let me ask around :)02:46
OkashiGhoti_ I booted into failsafe and tried to update02:46
Computer_ManSystem > Administration > Hardware Drivers don't show me drivers02:47
C-00000100yes' mrh ? with the psb or similar?02:47
Ghoti_Okashi: any luck?02:47
mrhC-00000100: used a tester I have02:47
Okashibut the updater says I'm out of space, I have 3 gigs empty02:47
mrhC-00000100: also backprobed it02:47
mrhC-00000100: I always do this with the nwe boxes I build02:47
Computer_Manand it won't allow me to do above normal display mode in the display properties02:47
Ghoti_Okashi: what does 'df -H' say?02:48
unikon after installine wine and the windows version of vlc  ive removed both using synaptic yet they are still showing up on my  applications list how can i remove  them from the application list02:48
loshermrh: switching to PCBSD I guess would prove the hardware is fine. FWIW, I run a heavily loaded rtorrent on 7.10 without problems02:48
mrhC-00000100: I like making sure bs does not come up after I build it, it has worked well so far, this method02:48
sam555now imgburn and roxio have not been able to make a iso into cd02:48
sam555any ideas?02:48
mrhlosher: indeed02:49
petteejust using the machine for torrents mrh ?02:49
mrhlosher: I have tested ALL the HW on this box02:49
C-00000100mrh my tester checks all 12 channels,, worth it to get the expensive one in my line of work, and i agree with losher02:49
Chr|ssam555: use brasero02:49
sam555Chr|s: ok02:49
sam555Chr|s: thanks02:49
mrhC-00000100: just backprobing with my $5 multimeter has yielded excellent results for years02:50
koruptedhow do i extract alot of 7z files at once from command line?02:50
mrhC-00000100: but I also use the other tester I mentioned02:50
OkashiGhoti_ it says this http://pastebin.com/d2eb851f02:50
petteenot at all a fan of pcbsd, but i love freenas - and any new os install and stress test will help narrow problems down02:50
sam555Chr|s: how do I verify if the issue is not the iso?02:50
mrhpettee: no02:51
StargazerIs there any way to limit how much upload i do?02:51
loshermrh: the bsds are very stable, in my experience. Otherwise, I'd try centos02:51
mrhlosher: yeah, I am drawn to BSD because I have simply yet to read about any of the myriad little issues on them02:51
Computer_Mandoes anyone else have suggestions on my driver issue so that 3d cube can work?02:51
OkashiGhoti_ the strange thing is I tried to delete things to clear even more space. but they won't delete02:51
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Ghoti_Okashi: you do not in fact have 3GB free on your main volume.  Look at line 2.   try 'sudo rm /var/cache/apt/archives/*deb'02:52
PinderDoes anyone know why Ubuntu adds a ";1" to every file on a mounted disc?02:52
jduunlike ubuntu, pcbsd sacrifices a lot as it becomes user friendly including its filesystem layout. I do not suggest it.02:52
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OkashiXD I had 3 gigs open before I updated....02:53
mrhpettee: sure, although I have tested all the HW on this box02:53
loshermrh: openbsd/freebsd/netbsd are all very stable, in my experience.02:53
Okashiubuntu ate my gigs...*sob*02:53
PinderNo? :(02:53
panfistdigitalchemist i went there but i could not remove it. i tried to unset the key but that didn't appear to do anything02:53
mrhlosher: yeah that is why I am going to give PCBSD (which is just FreeBSD with a bunch of scripts on top) a spin02:54
jduPinder, give more info to the channel.  What type of disk?  What filesystem?02:54
loshermrh: the worst thing about them is they don't do ext3 well02:54
``y7is there something i have to do to get my eth's to refresh after i configure them through the ubuntu gui because they don't show any updates when i run ifconfig after configuring them....?02:54
mrhlosher: that's ok02:54
OkashiGhoti_ tried that command, it says there is no such file02:54
loshermrh: please come back and tell us if it solves your problem02:54
jdu``y7, sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart02:54
panfistanother question, do programs store their icons in a central place anywhere?02:54
th0r``y7: you usually have to bring the interface down and then back up to get it to read the new config02:55
Ghoti_Okashi: how about 'sudo apt-get clean'02:55
AtryAnyone know where i can find a place/how to get drivers for an old wireless card on a laptop?02:55
``y7jdu, so they aren't supposed to reset until i type that cmd?02:55
michael__what command do i type in terminal to see my wireless card?02:55
Ghoti_michael__: iwconfig I believe02:55
th0rmichael__: iwconfig02:55
mrhlosher: I might, thing is, I am so short on time . . . that's why this issue has become such a big deal, I mean, W XP handles bittorrent JUST FINE02:55
RafaelCan somebody explain to me why if my home ARRAy is 918 gi8b, it says that used devise size is 459.12..see below:02:55
michael__thank you both :)02:55
jdu``y7, well normally, I would think they would as you are using nm-applet and NetworkManager.02:55
Rafael~$ sudo mdadm --query --detail /dev/md302:55
Rafael        Version : 00.9002:55
Rafael  Creation Time : Mon Apr 28 09:54:58 200802:55
Rafael     Raid Level : raid502:55
Rafael     Array Size : 962839424 (918.24 GiB 985.95 GB)02:55
FloodBot3Rafael: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.02:55
sam555Chr|s: i figured it out02:56
PacoBuntuhi friends02:56
OkashiGhoti_ is that supposed to do something, because it just went back to input right away02:56
magician0617Hi PacoBuntu02:56
mrhlosher: hell, I had a dual boot with it, xp pro, until recently (deleted it) and it handled bittorrent without a problem02:56
loshermrh: so run wxp. I still use it for some things. Contrary to local opinion, it's not a sin...02:56
``y7jdu, i was adjusting them through system>preferences>network connections        is there a better/different way i can do it with a gui?02:56
mrhlosher: I deleted the partition, had gone months without booting into it, can't stand it anymore02:57
Ghoti_Okashi: it should have cleared the package cache..  check df- H again, and look at the free space on /dev/sda102:57
loshermrh: might be quicker to try 7.1002:57
OkashiGhoti_ everything is the same02:57
mrhlosher: anyway, well thanks for your help anyway, I had a feeling this would not be something that could be solved02:58
foolzI am trying to join the mysql channel and it says "you need to be identified to join that channel" ... what does that mean exactly?02:58
jdu``y7, I usually right click on the network manager applet that is on the toolbar; then on Edit Connections.  The older way would be to edit /etc/network/interfaces.02:58
mrhlosher: 7.10?02:58
mrhlosher: I am on 8.04.102:58
Ghoti_Okashi: strange.  When you did the apt-get clean, did it *instantly* give you another prompt, or did it take a moment?02:58
``y7jdu, that brings me to the same place as the way i was using02:58
OkashiGhoti_ isntantly02:58
``y7jdu, so yours updates automatically after adjusting it there, you don't have to type in that cmd that you gave me?02:58
PacoBuntuwhere can i get google chrome for Ubuntu?02:59
loshermrh: I run 7.10 on my server: mythtv & rtorrent. I *know* it works with bittorrent02:59
Picilosher: fyi, 7.10 is no longer supported.02:59
Ghoti_Okashi: does 'sudo ls /var/cache/apt/' show anything?02:59
jdu``y7, yes. that is all I have to do here.02:59
``y7jdu, rgr that. thx for your help02:59
mrhthanks everyone02:59
Ghoti_Okashi: if you see 'archives', do you have a hozillion .deb files in /var/cache/apt/archives ?02:59
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mrhlosher: thanks man, have a good one02:59
owen1_how to see all the apps that run on startup? (using terminal, no gnome/kde)02:59
Chr|ssam555: ok good to know you figurd it out03:00
``y7also, if i wanted to setup eht0 to be my dhcp and eth1 to be my default gateway, how do i point eth1 to eth0 because everytime i try, i have internet connection with eth0 but not with eth1...?03:00
OkashiGhoti_ shows archives  pkgcache.bin srcpkgcache.bin03:00
losherPici: I know. But I never got mythtv 0.21 working satisfactorily....03:00
Ghoti_Okashi: sudo ls /var/cache/apt/archives  -- do you see a hozillion .deb files?03:00
magician0617for anyone else wanting to use google chrome in ubuntu check out this link   http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-install-chromium-google-chrome-in-ubuntu-using-deb-package.html03:01
jduGhoti_, reason for sudo?03:01
thiebaudemagician0617: thanks03:01
OkashiGhoti_ : no just 'lock  partial'03:01
AtryAnyone know where i can find a place/how to get drivers for an old wireless card on a laptop?03:01
Ghoti_jdu: JIC the directory isn't +x/+r03:02
Ghoti_Okashi: check in those directories as well03:02
Chr|s!wifi Atry03:02
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about wifi Atry03:02
Chr|s!wifi | Atry03:02
ubottuAtry: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs03:02
OkashiGhoti_ : k03:02
RafaelFloodBot3: can you please explain, i do not understand?03:02
nA1828KcFz9qHello, when I run startx as a non-root user, I do not have sound working. Why is this?03:02
nephishnA1828KcFz9q: maybe need to add the user to the audio group03:03
Ghoti_Okashi: ?03:03
petteesvideo out on oss ati drivers and an x1950 are not working on 9.04?03:03
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OkashiGhoti_ : http://pastebin.com/d67c1c8a703:04
amt2I'm on a laptop with 2 hard drives. Windows is installed on one of the hard drives, and ubuntu in the other. My windows seems to be failing since it fails to start. Ubuntu is working. If I try to look at the hard drive in which Windows is isntalled from Ubuntu, I get a 'Cannot mount volume.' This usually happens whenever Windows shuts down incorrectly. Is there any way I can look at the hard drive?03:04
nA1828KcFz9qnephish: How do I do this?03:04
Ghoti_Okashi: pastebin du -sch /var/*03:04
nephishnA1828KcFz9q: using regular ubuntu or a varient?  from terminal  sudo gpasswd -a username audio03:04
OkashiGhoti_ : sorry I don't understand03:04
Ghoti_Okashi: put the results of 'du -sch /var/*' on pastebin, please :)03:05
nephishnA1828KcFz9q: user will have to log out and then log back in to see the changes work03:05
mib_fh5dfax7lol is everyone here new?03:05
nA1828KcFz9qnephish: OK, I will try that.03:05
Okashioh k03:05
StargazerIs there a way to lower my upload?03:06
jduamt2, use the force option.  sudo mount -t ntfs3g -o force /dev/<hard drive device>  /mnt/<point>03:06
eseven73mib_fh5dfax7, nope, been here since about when 7.04 was released :D03:06
magician0617Stargazer:  WHat are you using to upload??03:06
Ghoti_Stargazer: if you're talking about throttling your own connection, look into shaperd03:06
OkashiGhoti_ : http://pastebin.com/d3828070403:06
vapblackIm using a usb tv tuner in ubuntu 9.04 and it seems to be working, just the picture is very green. anyone know how to fix this?03:06
acp_Stargazer: that depends on the application your using03:06
vapblackI'm using TVTime as the program03:07
StargazerI want to limit my upload overall. for any program.03:07
amt2jdu, what would I put instead of <point>?03:07
jduamt2, an empty directory.  you can do for example:  sudo mkdir /mnt/point03:07
Ghoti_Okashi: okay, I was barking up the wrong tree, nothing in /var is taking up all that space.  now do the same with 'sudo du -csh /*'03:07
jduamt2, and then use point for point03:07
vaderI have a video camera (it's a boroscope actually) that I can connect to my lappy via US, althought when I plug in USB it's not recognized, any idea if I can install a program from the repos to solve this pproblem? I need to be able to record the video.03:08
zer0rezok i have a couple of dumb questions, how do i enable ssh in ubuntu client? how do i set terminal to always open at 80x43? how do i turn on filesharing?03:08
jduamt2, /mnt/point  can be replaced with any directory.  It is just could form to put mount points in /mnt03:09
OkashiGhoti_ : I have > and it seems to want further input03:09
Chr|s!ssh | zer0rez03:09
ubottuzer0rez: SSH is the Secure SHell protocol. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSHHowto for usage. Putty is a nice SSH client for Windows; it can be found at http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/03:09
Ghoti_zer0rez: 1> sudo apt-get install openssh-server  2> open Terminal, look at Edit -> Profile Preferences 3> depends on the type of filesharing03:10
jduzer0rez, I am not sure those are dumb.  A client will already have support to login via ssh.  To enable sshd, sudo apt-get install openssh-server.03:10
Ghoti_Okashi: did you the the 's on the commandline? :)  if so, hit ctrl-C and try it without the single-quotes03:10
Guest45171is there a program that can download flash video to my desktop from a site like youtube (but not youtube)?03:10
zer0rezGhoti_: thank you, on 1 and 3.  don't know see where in 2?03:11
amt2jdu, so if the error says 'Unable to mount the volume 'SQ004675V06'', then I would put SQ004675V06 instead of <hard drive device> ?03:11
zer0rezjdu: yea i guess i meant sshd03:11
zer0rezit's late, not the most articulate03:11
jduzer0rez, for samba,  you can right click on a folder and enable filesharing.  For nfs,  google for a tutorial.03:11
Atryhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/HardwareSupportComponentsWirelessNetworkCardsBroadcom so i have BCM4306 Rev 03... how do i install the drivers?03:11
zer0rezjdu: this will be all linux03:11
zer0rez(switched all to linux) figured it would best03:11
Noah0504Is it possible to remap Evolution's trash folder?  MobileMe now uses "Deleted Messages" as its trash folder.  I want deleted messages to go there.03:11
Ghoti_zer0rez: I'll be dipped; I could have sworn it was in there03:12
jduzer0rez, I suggest nfs; it works well, You can mount remote filesystems as if they were local.03:12
zer0rezGhoti_: i've looked, i know how to set it each time quickly, but it would be nice to make it default ;)03:12
jduamt2, no. that is the volume name.  You may have picked the wrong device, or there may be another problem.03:12
zer0rezjdu: just the answer i was looking for will google for that03:12
badfishshey guys03:13
Toyota4RunnerI have 2 windows shares that are mounted from fstab.  One I have full rights the other I can't write to it. The one I can't write has permissions of dr-xr-xr-x while the one I can write to has drwxrwxrwx.  How can I enable write on the other permission? I have tried sudo chmod 777 <directory> no error message and doesn't change permissions.03:13
usr13Ghoti_: Okashi du -s -k -d * | sort -n03:13
rob0917join #ubuntu off-topic03:13
Ghoti_Toyota4Runner: in the fstab, does one have the rw option and the other ro?03:13
usr13Ghoti_: Okashi du -s -k -d * | sort -n  #list by file sizes, find largest files03:13
rob0917what is that command?03:14
jduToyota4Runner, probably look at umask and dmask mount options.03:14
Ghoti_rob0917: put a / before join :)03:14
usr13Ghoti_: Okashi ls -lS |grep ^d   <will show directories sorted by size>03:14
RafaelFloodBot3: can you please explain what is Pastebin?03:14
amt2jdu, so what should I put in <hard drive device> ?03:14
sebsebseb!pastebin |  Rafael03:14
ubottuRafael: pastebin is a service to post multiple-lined texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu.com (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic)03:14
Toyota4RunnerGhoti_: in the fstab I have the 2 shares set to the exact same command.  both with rw03:14
badfishsif someone had a big drupal site you were working on with them, and they said to you "lets get this puppy into cvs", what exactly would you think they meant?03:15
jigphello guys how to msg a user in ssh?03:15
Ghoti_Toyota4Runner: it could be the server limiting write access03:15
Ghoti_jigp: write username03:15
Ghoti_jigp: ^D on a newline to end03:16
jduamt2, depends on your system.  try:  sudo parted    then: print all      then look for the name of the device eg: /dev/sda  and the corresponding number eg: 1  that is with the ntfs partition.03:16
OkashiGhoti_ : got a few lines spit out but then comp go boom03:16
jim__badfishs: concurrent versioning system.  tell them cvs is lame :P03:16
Toyota4RunnerGhoti_: I have the share permissions set to everyone with full access and then set the security permissions to everyone also.  what I find odd is the directory on the linux client doesn't have the w permissions set03:16
mobi-sheepI loved workspaces!  However, how would I get text on my workspaces?  I know it's do-able!03:16
badfishsjim__, thank you mate03:16
Ghoti_Okashi: Comp go.. boom?  That's a touch vague :)03:16
RafaelFloodBot3: can you please explain what is Pastebin?/ if only 1.5 gib are used?03:16
Ghoti_!pastebin | Rafael03:17
ubottuRafael: pastebin is a service to post multiple-lined texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu.com (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic)03:17
robinanyone know how to get temp sensors working on pentium D?03:17
OkashiGhoti_ : it frooze and I rebooted03:17
jim__badfishs: you're a coder.  you MUST explore one or more of the following: git, mercurial, svn, darcs, ...03:17
Ghoti_Okashi: With the hard drive completely full, that's somewhat understandable :)03:17
jigpGhoti_ : write username_here hello...is not working03:17
Atryhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/HardwareSupportComponentsWirelessNetworkCardsBroadcom so i have BCM4306 Rev 03... how do i install the drivers?03:17
sizableAtry, What version of Ubuntu do yo have?03:18
RafaelOk, can somebody help with this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/176081/ it says that Used Dev Size : 481419712 (459.12 GiB 492.97 GB), when only 1.5 gib are only used?03:18
nonewmsgsmy index is corrupted and it keeps complaining about it.  i tell it to reindex everything and it just says it's all corrupted.  i hit ignore and it just complains again.  i have to turn off the index thing in order to have peace03:18
grkblood13how do i figure out the device name for PCM?03:18
OkashiGhoti_ I still don't understand why the hdd is completely full I had space, and when I try to make more the files don't get erased03:18
commaCamel(I'm going to take a shot in the dark here and ask) I've tried to no avail to get my Belkin f5d7050 usb wireless adapter to work consistently in ubuntu.  Occasionally, after being in windows, the device will work once again in ubuntu, although I'm uncertain what triggers it.  I do know that when its not working, lsusb does not list the device.  Also, the device constantly spamming "unable to enumerate usb device #" when i boo03:18
Atrysizable: one sec03:18
eseven73geesus commaCamel, type much?03:18
jigphow to msg the user in ssh?03:18
Ghoti_jigp: use 'w' to see what terminal they are on (e. g. pts/2 ), then write username pts/2, then type what you want to say. To stop writing to them, press ctrl-D on a new line03:18
user01if i connect a modem and have my wireless on, will i get super high speed internet?03:18
commaCameland I have read the forums many many many times....sorry for the long message03:18
robinhi, do anyone know how to get temp sensors working on pentium D?03:19
Atrysizable: woah, 8.10.03:19
user01or does something need to be configured?03:19
Ghoti_Okashi: what I was trying to help you do was find where the files are that need to be deleted :)03:19
Rafaelubottu: is that the way it should be posted>03:19
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)03:19
amt2jdu, I get this: http://pastebin.com/m5a48126e. What would be the device name then?03:19
vapblackubittu is a very funny name03:19
OkashiGhoti_ : oh, well I can tell you where there are some files that can be deleted03:19
rob0917would someone give me the link to off-topic?03:20
Ghoti_Okashi: if you know where they are, use 'rm /path/to/the/file' :)03:20
sizableAtry, Do you see it when you type # lshw -C network?03:20
Picirob0917: #ubuntu-offtopic03:20
ubottuebox is a web-based GUI interface for administering a server. It is designed to work with Ubuntu/Debian style configuration management. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/eBox03:20
Atrysizable: i yued 'lspci -v | less', but let me check03:20
``y7jdu, i tried /etc/init.d/networking restart and then did ifconfig and i didn't see any changes that i made.... any ideas?03:20
commaCamelso i take it no one currently here knows how to 'reset' a usb device03:20
jim__user01: bonding connections is tricky.  short answer is no.03:20
Dapsi just plugged a new webcam into the usb port... How do I get the machine to recognize it? It came with NO drivers03:20
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Monevhello, does someone know how to change the font size or font on tty?03:20
jigpGhoti_ : write: username_here is not logged in on pts/003:21
mikechelenDaps, it should be detected automatically, may depend on the camera model03:21
Guest65960configure ifconfig itself?03:21
jduamt2, /dev/sda203:21
usr13commaCamel: What do you mean reset?03:21
OkashiGhoti_ : XD hurry I suck at paths...lets see, destop is in home and home is the first one?03:21
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Ghoti_jigp: if you run 'w' you will see a list of all currently logged in users and they terminal they are on03:21
Sam_i'm having a nightmare emergency scenario trying to recover some data from a PowerBook G4 OS X computer... anyone feeling up to helping?03:21
user01jim__, good to know03:21
Dapsmikechelen, where can I look to see what devices are connected to the machine?03:21
Ghoti_Okashi: if they're on your desktop, the path will be /home/username/Desktop/03:21
Atrysizable: yes i do03:22
commaCamelmy usb wireless thing wont be recognized and there will be a constant spam error "unable to enumerate usb device #"03:22
owen1_is there ubuntu reference, similar to debian's - http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/reference/ ?03:22
commaCamellike is there a universal USB reset command?03:22
Sam_when i mount the HFS+ drive it says "the folder contents could not be displayed, you do not have the permissions necessary..."03:22
wfiuewfewHi! I am using an scp command to copy a large number of files in a directory. I just heard power will be cut in 2 hours! I need a way to stop and start off from the same spot. How can I do this?03:22
jigpGhoti_ : w reply:username_here            ttyp0    19 mai 13:50 (ip)03:22
jim__user01: remote servers get confused when you send them data from two different addresses at the same time, for example.03:22
Sam_well actually the drive mounts fine but the folder can't be opened03:22
Ghoti_owen1_: http://is.gd/wXON03:22
jim__wfiuewfew: rsync.  drop scp.03:22
Ghoti_jigp: so then write username ttyp003:22
sizableAtry, do you have an on-off switch on your card?03:23
wfiuewfewWhat is rsync03:23
amt2jdu, If I run 'sudo mount -t ntfs3g -o force /dev/sda2  /mnt/point', I get 'mount: unknown filesystem type 'ntfs3g''03:23
usr13commaCamel: You mean a USB thumb drive, or what?  (What type of USB device?)03:23
jim__wfiuewfew: the good news is you can stop the scp now, and use rsync to resume it. nothing has been lost.03:23
jduwfiuewfew, is no way.  scp has no -u option03:23
mikechelenDaps, basically you have to figure out if the cam supports UVC or needs custom driver, check out https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Webcam03:23
Atrysizable: ah.... pretty sure not, but let me check03:23
ubottursync is a fast remote file copy and synchronization program - For more see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/rsync03:23
owen1_Ghoti_: thank03:23
jduamt2, put a hyphon between s and 3 in ntfs-3g03:23
wfiuewfewjim_: how id this possible?03:23
Ghoti_owen1_: my pleasure!03:23
Atry...if i can find a screwdriver03:23
Dapsmikechelen, thanks03:23
jim__wfiuewfew: why shouldn't it be?03:23
jigpGhoti_ to logout ctrl+d?03:24
wfiuewfewjim_: Thanks for your advice. I just don't know how to use rsync or what it is. Is it installed in Ubuntu>03:24
sizableAtry, brb03:24
jigpGhoti_ ok it works03:24
Atrysizable: k03:24
``y7can somebody please tell me how to change my ip address in ubuntu? i can do it in redhat and in debian, and ubuntu refuses to change anything03:24
OkashiGhoti_ it won't let me, says there is no such folder03:24
jigpGhoti_ thanks03:24
Ghoti_jigp: when you are in 'write' mode, you will keep just shooting text at the user until you send an EOF (End of file),which is ^D03:24
[ucb]kevinperhaps someone can help me with the following: windows are opening in such an initial position that the title bare is hidden behind my main ubuntu "apps place system etc.." bar -- how can I fix this?03:24
jim__wfiuewfew: probably, but if not you can certainly get it with apt.03:25
Ghoti_Okashi: did you actually use /home/username/ or did you put your actual username in? :)03:25
amt2jdu, thanks, that worked! Do you have any suggestions for what I can do now to get windows workign again, without losing files?03:25
badfishsjim__, are these all alternatives? git, mercurial, svn, darcs, .03:25
jim__badfishs: yea03:25
OkashiGhoti_ :p I used my username03:25
Severity1 y7, do edit ifconfig03:25
Rafaeli am using only 1.5 gib of space in my md3 but the used dev sid thta 459gib are used, can somebody help: see: http://paste.ubuntu.com/176081/03:25
Sam_can anybody help me with file permissions?03:25
commaCamelBefore i started messing with ndiswrapper, my network manager used to have "enable networking" and "enable wireless" options listed.  Now it doesnt have "enable wireless."  How do i get it to reappear?  also iwconfig used to list a wlan0 and does not anymore (i'm guessing this is the same issue)03:25
jigpGhoti_ which one is stable? 9.04 or 9.10?i installed 9.04 desktop but it keeps hanged..slugish...(fresh install) ram 1gb)03:25
Ghoti_Okashi: and it says /home/user/Desktop does not exist?03:25
``y7Severity1, that cmd doesn't work03:25
wfiuewfewjim_: do you know what command to use?03:25
Ghoti_jigp: 9.10 isn't released yet.03:26
jim__wfiuewfew: rsync is simple.  read the manpage, and adjust this command to fit your needs: rsynv -avzn -e 'ssh -pPORT' /local/path   user@remote:/remote/path03:26
badfishsjim__, which one would you suggest is the best? not to overload you with questions03:26
Okashiit says '/home/cahepyp/desktop/blah' does not exist03:26
jduamt2, no, not really, do realize that using -o force can create problems.  I would backup the files (copy them to ubuntu's filesystem) then reinstall windows.03:26
jim__wfiuewfew: I have crippled the command just to be a jerk, so read the man page.03:26
``y7can somebody please tell me how to change my ip address in ubuntu? i can do it in redhat and in debian, and ubuntu refuses to change anything03:26
cypher1where can i get h264 plugin for totem ?03:26
jim__badfishs: git03:26
Ghoti_Okashi: Desktop, not desktop :)03:26
badfishsthank you mate03:26
jim__badfishs: but I am by no means an expert in this complicated field.  I simply use git.03:26
tuxwulf_What is Ubuntu's default IRC client...?03:26
jim__badfishs: lots of people agree with me though, so :)03:27
commaCameltuxwulf_: pidgin03:27
jigpGhoti_ : so 9.04 is stable?03:27
Ghoti_``y7: look at /etc/network/interfaces :)03:27
StargazerGhoti_: how do i use shaperd? it's asking for a packet-forwarder?03:27
thiebaudetuxwulf_: pidgin03:27
areayI'm having some problems with my wireless.. iwlist sees the access point i want to connect to, but iwconfig reports "unassociated"... how do i connect to the access point from the command line03:27
tonsofpcstuxwulf_: default?03:27
Sam_i'm a noob... how do you get a response from someone in this channel?03:27
letalisout of curiousity, has anyone figured out the cause of the random freezes of the amd64 version of jaunty?03:27
``y7Ghoti_, i've seen it, it has 2 lines with nothing that i recognize on them03:27
fornix``y7: you can do it from network manager applet or using the command ifconfig03:27
OkashiGhoti_ okay now is says 'cannot remove' something about it being a directory03:27
tuxwulf_commaCamel: Oh, that does IRC too, as I can use pidgin to bla in here?03:27
jduGhoti_, /etc/network/interfaces will not help with current versions of NetworkManager that ignore it.03:27
usr13 areay iwlist scanning03:28
jim__letalis: ouch, I have not experienced or heard of such.  Any resources or links about it? That could hurt my life severely :p03:28
Hydrantanyone familiar with ldap authentication on Jaunty?  I'm looking at: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LDAPClientAuthentication but I think things have changed for 9.0403:28
Sam_FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!03:28
Ghoti_jdu: oigh, I keep forgetting about NetworkMangler03:28
``y7fornix, whenever i change it in the network manager, it doesn't update my changes03:28
Ghoti_!language | Sam_03:28
ubottuSam_: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family friendly.03:28
letalisjim__, i can give you a link to a forum on it.03:28
user01jim__, ah  but what if you are downloading like a torrent file and assign one to one server and the other to another server?03:28
Severity1Hydrant use ebox03:28
usr13Sam_: What is your problem?03:28
thiebaudetoo late03:28
ubottuebox is a web-based GUI interface for administering a server. It is designed to work with Ubuntu/Debian style configuration management. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/eBox03:28
areayusr13, yeah that brings up the access point... but it's still unassociated03:28
letalisjim__, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/35515503:28
Okashihe needs help with permissions03:28
jdu``y7, is the box stationary? ie. config will never change?03:29
fornix``y7: after changing. do a /etc/init.d/networking restart03:29
``y7jdu, i don't know, it's the basic ubuntu installation03:29
Okashiand he didn't get a response when he wanted I guess03:29
``y7fornix, i tried that, it doesn't update anything03:29
usr13areay: unassociated?  What does that mean?03:29
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about geda03:29
usr13areay: dhclient03:29
jim__user01: right. in limited cases you can work out additional bandwidth, but you have to do it in a very "manual labor" sort of way.  bonding two connections at the OS/router level is preferable and that's the tricky part03:29
jim__letalis: ty03:29
``y7 * Reconfiguring network interfaces...                                          Ignoring unknown interface eth1=eth1.03:29
jdu``y7, I mean If you don't need the network config to be dynamic, you can disable NetworkManager and edit /etc/network/interfaces03:30
areayusr13, i type iwconfig eth1 and get "eth1 unassociated ESSID: XXXXX" etc03:30
bartekHi there. I am running Jaunty, have tried all the various fixes (I could find) but Flash still only semi-works for me. In Firefox it shows up as a BIG GREY ARROW that I have to click to play the flash app, and then the flash either doesnt work, or is horrily slow. Any suggestions?03:30
wfiuewfewjim_: Is it okay just to CTRL+C on scp and to use rsync with the same dest. when the system comes back up?03:30
fornix``y7: if eth0 is your interface, you could try $ sudo ifconfig eth0 down && sudo ifconfig eth0 up03:30
jim__wfiuewfew: yes03:30
Atrysizable, you back?03:30
danes_hello, I would like to know if there is any option to encrypt a fresh ubuntu installation using the wizard provided within the live cd?03:30
wfiuewfewjim__: Thanks!03:30
areayusr13, everything is setup right... and iwlist sees my access point... but when i do /etc/init.d/networking restart it still says unassociated03:30
usr13areay: iwconfig eth1 essid linksys  #where linksys is the essid of your router03:30
acp_any one here have intalled 9.04 in eeepc1000HE, what would not work out of the box and that needs some tweaking?03:30
danes_can anyone tell me if it is possible to install ubuntu on an extended partition?03:31
areayusr13, can i pm?03:31
usr13areay: Yes03:31
``y7jdu, my goal is to setup eth0 as dhcp (my isp ip is dynamic) and then setup eth1 as my default gateway ( and any changes i make do not update, even after using your sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart cmd03:31
Moonsocket_can any one help me with fce ultra03:31
Dr_Willisdanes_:  should work with no problems.. of course a extended partition..normally holds LOGICAL partitions you install onto03:31
Severity1"man ifconfig"03:31
yowshi2*sighs* somethings accessing the hard drive and bogging down my system when i am trying to watch video files03:32
OkashiGhoti_: any ideas?03:32
thiebaudeyowshi2: you using flash?03:33
amt2how can I know how much space I have free on my hard drive?03:33
geniiamt2: df -h03:33
PacoBuntuhow do i get the desktop effects in Ubuntu?03:33
danes_Dr_Willis, I haven't tried this before, so I am asking before messing up my computer. I usually install windows, swap, root and home using a primary partition for each of them. Now I want to have an extra partition for another linux distribution, but I am limited to 4 primary partitions. So can I install the linux distr. on an extended set of partitions?03:33
Ghoti_Okashi: As you said, /home/foo/Desktop is a directory.. to remove 'file' from that location, use 'rm /home/foo/Desktop/file'03:33
Severity1amt2, df -h03:33
yowshi2thiebaude: not at the moment. i killed npviewer.bin03:33
tuxwulf_Okay, well, here we go to ubuntu upgrade...03:33
PacoBuntuhow do i get the cube desktop in Ubuntu?03:33
Severity1sudo rm03:33
ubottuCompiz (compositing window manager), for a howto see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager and more help #compiz03:33
``y7is there anybody here with paypal that i could pay to help me 1 on 1?03:34
thiebaudePacoBuntu: i dont know much about it03:34
acp_any one has a eeepc1000HE and installed ubuntu 9.04?03:34
thiebaudei cant use it03:34
HydrantSeverity1: ebox is way overkill for my question....03:34
OkashiGhoti_ : oh. lol got it.03:34
sebsebseb``y7: I don't have one at the moment,  anyway what do you want help with?03:34
Dr_Willisdanes_:  thats how the install normally 'automate-parttions' a disk.  The normal way is 1 (or more primaries) and one extended, the exctended holds 1 or more logicals. (sda5+)03:34
danes_acp_ I have a 904HD03:34
``y7sebsebseb, my ip will not change, no matter which way i change it03:35
RafaelAnybody can help on my question?03:35
sebsebseb``y7: which ip?03:35
``y7eth0 or eth103:35
danes_Dr_Willis, ok, thanks03:35
OkashiGhoti_ : folder cleared, that won't add much space but if it really deletes something it's improvement03:35
acp_danes_: any issue that I need to know after installtion?03:35
``y7fresh ubuntu install and it won't let me change my ip03:35
``y7i've never seen anything like it before03:35
ubugtucould anyone please tell me why my cursor is hurkey-jerkey on full screen games?03:35
Dr_Willisdanes_:  so the layout would be [Primary 1][Primary 2][Primary 3][Extended (logical1) (logical2)...]03:35
sebsebseb``y7: external or internal ip?03:35
ubugtucould anyone please tell me why my cursor is s l o w and hurkey-jerkey on full screen games?03:36
danes_acp_ none. I installed it and it works excellent03:36
``y7tried changing it on eth0 and eth103:36
magician0617ubugtu: are you running a video card??03:36
sebsebseb``y7: I thought routers  decide which internal ip addresses people get, and not operating system03:36
acp_even wifi and webcam no tweaking needed?03:36
``y7negative, internal ips can be manually set03:36
ubugtumagician0617: what do you mean?03:36
jim__sebsebseb: only in a DHCP setup.03:36
sebsebseb``y7: not really my area,  maybe jim  can help03:36
jim__``y7: what are you doing to set the address?03:36
danes_acp_ well, I need to reinstall it because I tried to update, but ended up messing some files from system but that was my mistake.03:36
Severity1i think he wants to give his computer a static ip03:37
magician0617ubugtu: are you using a video card or onboard graphics03:37
danes_Dr_Willis, allright03:37
sebsebsebjim__: only in  DHCP ah ok thanks03:37
ubugtuvideo card03:37
acp_danes_: ok thanks03:37
bjsniderwhere does gnome's disk-mounter put smb mounts be default?03:37
wfiuewfewjim__: I'm reading the man page. I think that rsync -r -e 'ssh -pPORT' /local/path   user@remote:/remote/path would replace03:37
wfiuewfewscp -r user@remote:/remote/path /local/path03:37
``y7jim__: edit connections>Auto eth1 edit>IPv4 Settings>clicking on the address and changing it>click ok>click close03:37
wfiuewfewjim__: Is that correct?03:38
danes_acp_ Install ubuntu netbook edition03:38
jim__wfiuewfew: roughly.  I typically use the -a switch.  Look into that.03:38
OkashiGhoti_ *sigh* now I have 53 items in the trash bin and it won't permanantly delete them03:38
acp_danes_: is that stable already?03:38
jim__``y7: sudo ifconfig eth0 192.168.x.y netmask ?03:38
danes_acp_ do not install the standard edition because you will end up doing tons of tweaking before getting it to work03:38
sebsebsebOkashi: maybe they still belong to root03:38
sebsebsebOkashi: if root owns the  files in the trash...03:39
sebsebsebOkashi: I haven't been following your issue by the way03:39
wfiuewfewjim__:  -a, --archive               archive mode; equals -rlptgoD (no -H,-A,-X) : what does that mean ??03:39
jim__``y7: ifconfig should then show the assigned address.  If you can ping the gateway, we're done.  if not we'll have to set up some routes03:39
Okashisebsebseb: most of those were deleted out of home03:39
acp_danes_: oh ok03:39
unkocan someone please help me? when i try to run songbird it doesn't launch... at all03:39
danes_acp_ as far as I know, yes. That is the version I installed03:39
ubottusongbird is a web-browser based media player based on Mozilla. Information and installation instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Songbird03:39
jim__wfiuewfew: recursive, don't resolve symlinks, keep permissions, etc.  RTFM03:39
Okashisebsebseb: yeha I fugured but it was a good thought03:40
eseven73!RTFM | jim__03:40
ubottujim__: Acronyms or statements like noob, jfgi, stfu, or rtfm are not welcome in this channel. Period.03:40
fornix``y7: you could directly change the address of ur interface by $ sudo ifconfig eth0 <newaddress> eg $ sudo ifconfig eth0
Ghoti_Okashi: did you use the commandline or the GUI to remove them?03:40
acp_danes_: thanks for the heads up03:40
unkoChr|s, i know that... i need HELP i installed it from a deb and it won't launce03:40
wfiuewfewjim__: so instead of -r?03:40
danes_acp_ and I tried several different linux distributions: mint, ubuntu (standard), ubuntu (netbook remix), and others03:40
OkashiI used the command rm03:40
jim__eseven73: whatever.  I've said it nicely several times03:40
sebsebsebOkashi: it's it's  nonsense  when a trash can says permantly delete,  since files could still be recovered from a hard disk03:40
``y7jim__, i typed that and it seemed to have worked, but now i can no longer ping eth1 from my other computer and the eth1 ip has not changed....03:40
Chr|sunko: did you read the rest of the documentation, other than "installing" it03:40
Ghoti_Okashi: 'rm' shouldn't move things to the trash.. that's just *weird*03:40
jim__wfiuewfew: yeah.  it depends on your need.03:40
danes_acp_ I can tell you that the one offered on the ubuntu site for netbooks is the one that works out of the box ;)03:40
unkoChr|s, i used a .deb from getdeb?03:40
OkashiGhoti_ : my whole comp is wierd since I logged into ubuntu and it told me I needed to update03:41
danes_acp_ you are welcome. I'm glad to help :D03:41
sebsebsebOkashi: where did you delete stuff from?03:41
jim__``y7: does ifconfig show both interfaces up?03:41
jim__``y7: with unique addresses?03:41
Okashisebsebseb a folder on desktop03:41
Chr|sunko: ok, I suggest to go there and see if you can find any more information, it might be helpful :)03:41
``y7jim__, yes, but again, i cannot ping either from another computer behind the same switch03:41
danes_acp_ good luck03:41
sebsebsebOkashi: if things have gone werid, you could clean install the OS03:41
unkoChr|s, oh don't worry.. i already did that..03:41
jim__``y7: can you ping from eth0 to the router, though?  and also ping
danes_anyone know how to encrypt a ubuntu distribution before installing?03:42
sebsebsebdanes_: you can, but only with the alternate CD03:42
jim__danes_: use the alternative install cd, it has a wizard to make it simple.03:42
joshua__anyone ever get a bad cd from ship it03:42
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sebsebsebdanes_: and if you forget the password or whatever, your buggered03:42
``y7jim__: i can ping but i cannot ping my router03:42
Okashisebsebseb: I'd really rather avoid that if at all possible, I have a ton of data, personal and school related on this comp.03:42
sebsebsebGuest4122: with?03:42
jim__``y7: linksys?03:42
danes_jim__, any clue where can I get the alternate cd?03:42
``y7jim__, yes03:42
jim__danes_: actually no, I typically tell a drone to burn me a copy, haha.03:42
jim__danes_: on the internet, somewhere03:42
danes_sebsebseb, do you know where can I get the alternate cd?03:43
jim__``y7: those routers just drop ICMP packets by defaulty03:43
jim__to be annoying.03:43
dthackerdanes_: a bit old but possibly useful http://news.softpedia.com/news/Encrypted-Ubuntu-8-04-85271.shtml03:43
Guest4122just search for an alt installtion in gogle :)03:43
jim__``y7: is out on the real internet, so it's working fine.03:43
``y7my switch is before my router though, so why can't i ping another computer behidn the switch?03:43
Ghoti_jim__: 's/annoying/secure/' # fixed03:43
``y7if i threw my router out the window, i should still be able to ping another computer behidn the switch03:43
sebsebsebdanes_:  http://releases.ubuntu.com03:43
OkashiGhoti_ *sigh* it still says I have 0 bites free03:43
jim__Ghoti_: ICMP exploits?03:44
``y7jim__: i can't ping google.com03:44
Ghoti_jim__ and DDoSs, et cetera.03:44
jim__``y7: is it a fancy switch? VLANs?  also your machines may have firewalls dropping the ICMP03:44
``y7i can no longer ping and i haven't touched a thing other than trying to ping google.com03:44
Ghoti_Okashi: At this point, I'd seriously think about booting from a LiveUSB, and using that to back up your data for a fresh install03:44
``y7my computer = fucked03:44
sebsebseb!language | ``y703:45
jigphello 9.04 is stable?03:45
ubottu``y7: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family friendly.03:45
sebsebsebjigp: yes03:45
dthackerjigp: yes03:45
pegoni wanna setup a static ip in ubuntu...in windows its ipconfig /all so i can use that info to setup the static ip...whats the command in ubuntu so I can see all that info? ifconfig alone doesn't give me all that info and ifconfig /all doesn't work lol03:45
Ghoti_pegon: ifconfig03:45
storbeckcat /etc/network/interfaces03:45
Severity1for ethernet and iw config for wireless03:45
Guest4122lol. i would have tried ifcnfig /all too03:46
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pegonokay thanks thats what i needed the iwconfig03:46
``y7jim__: plz help me understand this. i was able to ping then i tried to ping google.com, google.com failed, so i tried again to ping (by hitting up twice and enter) and it wouldn't ping it again...?03:46
usr13``y7: host av.com  #to see if you can resolve domanin names. And by the way, watch your language.03:46
jim__``y7: if ifconfig output has not changed, you probably have a bad switch03:46
``y7the switch is fine03:46
``y7it's ubuntu that's giving me issues03:46
usr13``y7: route -n #to see if the default route is correct03:47
danes_dthacker, thanks03:47
dthackerdanes_: np :)03:47
``y7usr13, what am i looking for with route -n?03:47
danes_dthacker, by any chance do you know if there is an alternate-cd version for usb installation on ubuntu 9.04?03:47
Severity1see if the default gatewayis correct and try setting it up to dhcp getting ip from router03:47
usr13``y7: route -n #Is  the default gateway correct?03:47
Guest4122ok so i installed aticonfig (driver) and after my reboot my computer freezes with a distortd screen that refreshes about 3 time and then it goes no further. any way to gt it to boot again?03:47
dthackerdanes_: don't know.03:48
sebsebseb!usb | danes_03:48
ubottudanes_: For information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent03:48
``y7usr13, i don't know, it has four lines of info and the gateway is set to on 3 of them and on one of them...?03:48
ubottuLDAP is the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. For more information, installation instructions and getting clients to authenticate via LDAP see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/OpenLDAPServer03:48
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pegonokay question...ifconfig doesn't give me the dns servers03:48
usr13``y7: The default gateway will be the router or DSL modem... or...03:48
jim__pegon: cat /etc/resolv.conf03:48
Ghoti_pegon: for DNS servers, cat /etc/resolv.conf03:49
``y7usr13, my default gateway is, but it only shows it on one of the four lines.....03:49
usr13``y7: route add default gw
Ghoti_pegon: for your gateway, route -n03:49
OkashiGhoti_ Hey I checked trash, those files didn't end up there, you were right, but I didn't get the space either03:49
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jim__Okashi: what files?  A file won't be deleted until the last open handle on it is closed03:49
jim__Okashi: that can be the cause.03:49
usr13``y7: You may first need to delete the wrong gateway:  route del default gw
Ghoti_Okashi: The only other time I had this problem was when I was working on a tempermental VPS03:49
Okashijim__: handle? sorry I don't understand that03:50
bartekHi there. I am running Jaunty, have tried all the various fixes (I could find) but Flash still only semi-works for me. In Firefox it shows up as a BIG GREY ARROW that I have to click to play the flash app, and then the flash either doesnt work, or is horrily slow. Any suggestions?03:50
danes_dthacker, sebsebseb, thanks guys (y)03:50
jim__Okashi: in other words if some process has the file open, you may 'delete' the file but it won't really get deleted.03:50
[ucb]kevinperhaps someone can help me with the following: windows are opening in such an initial position that the title bare is hidden behind my main ubuntu "apps place system etc.." bar -- how can I fix this?03:50
Ghoti_bartek: which flash plugin are you using?03:50
Falados== Question: Anyone on here know how to get the latest version of mono and mono-tools? (2.4)03:50
bartekGhoti_: I think nonfree but I cant remember anymore after tinkering with it. How can I find out?03:50
sebsebsebdanes_: no problem03:50
usr13``y7: host av.com #To see if you can now resolve domain names.03:51
jim__Okashi: this once happened to me with a 20gb log file, which I deleted to get the space back, and the space never came back! :P   I had to restart the service which was writing to the log.03:51
Okashijim__ : I've rebooted, shouldn't that have closed any progrmas using the files? there are some in there from 3 months ago03:51
Severity1bartek go to mozilla site then look for plugins go to adobe flash download then choose linux as os and choose the .deb package03:51
jim__Okashi: definitely.03:51
sebsebseb!info mono03:51
ubottuPackage mono does not exist in jaunty03:51
sebsebseb!find mono03:51
ubottuFound: kde-icons-mono, libmono-accessibility2.0-cil, libmono-addins-gui0.2-cil, libmono-addins0.2-cil, libmono-cairo2.0-cil (and 147 others)03:51
Ghoti_bartek: dpkg-query -l | grep ii | grep adobe03:51
OkashiGhoti_ so what's next?03:51
Severity1bartek: go to mozilla site then look for plugins go to adobe flash download then choose linux as os and choose the .deb package03:51
onts1004`join #gentoo03:52
FaladosAFAIK Mono 2.4 will not be in Jaunty, nor 9.1003:52
dthacker``y7: example of default gateway using netstat here:http://paste.ubuntu.com/176098/03:52
* Ghoti_ hands onts1004` a '/'03:52
sebsebsebFalados: surely  mono in  Jaunty is pretty recant, but if you want something even later I guess there may be a ppa03:52
ubottuWith Launchpad's Personal Package Archives (PPA), you can build and publish binary Ubuntu packages for multiple architectures simply by uploading an Ubuntu source package to Launchpad. See https://help.launchpad.net/PPAQuickStart.03:52
bartekhoeq: hmm, when I do that I get no results, replaced it with 'flash' instead of adobe and same. That's. .. odd03:52
* Atry pokes sizable?03:52
sebsebsebFalados: or install a later version of Mono yourself from a tar or whatever?03:53
``y7dthacker, jim__, usr13: this is what i have, you can see where it pinged and then it did not... http://achumpatoxford.com/u/files/71/c8a71a982346cbb0d349d448548bfd0e.jpg03:53
Ghoti_bartek: I think we found your problem :)03:53
Severity1bartek: looking for adobe flash in your computer? type whereis flas03:53
FaladosThe current mono-tools included with 9.04 and 9.10 has an error with monodoc --edit where it crashes when navigating the namespace tree...03:53
Severity1or locate adobe03:53
sebsebsebFalados: ok try and find a ppa or install from tar.gz or whatever03:53
Ghoti_``y7: pastebin would be easier on the eyes..03:54
bartekSeverity1: doing locate adobe I do get entries for Flash and Adobe AIR which makes sense03:54
``y7i don't have an internet connection on that computer Ghoti_03:54
bartekIll try to re-install flash I suppose03:54
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bartekis flash-nonfree the go-to one or .. ?03:54
sebsebsebbartek: yes03:54
``y7Ghoti_: nor can i connect to the internal ip from my computer with an internet connection....03:54
``y7so plz tell me how i can pastebin it?03:54
sebsebsebbartek: that one for full flash support03:54
Ghoti_``y7: fair enough :)03:54
Severity1go to synaptic and search for flash or adobe03:54
jim__``y7: ifconfig eth1 down # one thing at a time here.03:54
sebsebsebbartek: ,but you can try Swfdec and Gnash if you want03:54
sebsebsebbartek: they are the alternatives03:55
Volkodav can someone recommend a card that will support dual head + TV out simultaneously or just triple head ?03:55
Severity1if it is installed uninstall it then03:55
Severity1bartek: go to mozilla site then look for plugins go to adobe flash download then choose linux as os and choose the .deb package03:55
nium-_noob q: how can I view the wlan access points from a terminal? The GUI is showing none, I know there should be some around. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't -- Broadcom drivers installed and running. Oh, and finally, can I "pool" the wlan module to see if it's really working (it could be the issue).03:55
``y7jim__, you want me to type: ifconfig eth1 down #                  ?03:55
bartekSeverity1: I saw that, but I cant find it03:55
jim__``y7: yes, to bring the eth1 interface down.  when we have eth0 working consistently we'll bring it back03:55
sebsebseb!flash | bartek03:55
Severity1yousaw what?03:55
ubottubartek: To install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash - See also  !Restricted and !Gnash03:55
storbeck``y7: Are you sure you're even connected?03:55
danes_anyone has tried to install two or more linux distributions in a flash drive and have a grub installed on it?03:55
phillipsmnium-_: type sudo iwconfig03:56
sebsebseb!usb | danes_03:56
ubottudanes_: For information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent03:56
* Okashi sighs03:56
bartekHmm, when I do a aptitude search and see an 'i' beside an entry that means installed .. right?03:56
sebsebseb!grub | danes03:56
ubottudanes: GRUB is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - GRUB how-tos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto03:56
``y7jim__: done03:56
Severity1bartek: when i install flash i always use the .deb package from mozilla03:56
phillipsmnium-_: ^^03:56
sebsebsebbartek: I think so yeah03:56
``y7storbeck, connected psyically, like with a wire?03:56
OkashiGhoti_ did I run you out of ideas?03:56
ubugtucould anyone please tell me why my cursor is s l o w and hurkey-jerkey on full screen games?03:56
bartekSeverity1: can you link me to it? I cant find it from the mozilla website03:56
danes_sebsebseb, thank you, but I need to know how to install more than just one distribution as if the usb were a hdd03:56
storbeckno, connected to the internet03:56
nium-_phillipsm, it says 'no wireless extensions' :-o03:56
barteksebsebseb: odd then, cause it says I have flash-nonfree installed.03:56
Ghoti_Okashi: I'm afraid you did, I'm drawing a blank :(03:56
usr13``y7: You need to use sudo:  sudo route add default gw
Chr|subugtu: its probably because you don't have a lot of RAM and you need a better graphics card03:57
OkashiGhoti_: I thought so... drat.03:57
Ghoti_Okashi: sorry :(03:57
Chr|subugtu: what kind of graphics card do you have? What game are you trying to play?03:57
sebsebsebdanes_: well you do it like a hard disk then03:57
sebsebsebdanes_: as long as your USB is big enough03:57
storbeckAll you need to do is add in the details to /etc/network/interfaces and /etc/resolv.conf then just ifup eth003:57
Ghoti_Okashi: did you get my idea about a LiveStick so that you can at least burn some backups?03:57
phillipsmnium-_: hm... in the hardware drivers it says the broadcom driver is enabled?03:57
OkashiGhoti_ I guess my comp is toasted ...updates suck....03:57
phillipsmthe gui for the hardware drivers..^^03:57
nium-_phillipsm, "This driver is activated and currently in use." -- Yes.03:58
C-00000100Severity1, what is bartek trying to do?03:58
wolfjbI have installed vpnc and network-manager-vpnc, but setting up a vpn connection via network-manager doesn't work, I keep getting messages in syslog saying member="NeedSecrets" error name="(unset)". How can I get this to work?03:58
Okashiman this sucks...03:58
wolfjbI've also tried kvpnc, but it only stays connected for 24 seconds at a time03:58
Severity1bartek: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/browse/type:703:58
OkashiI update ubuntu and now my comp is jacked.03:58
ubugtuChr|s: im trying to play nexuiz and i know it has nothing to do with the graphics card because ive played the game before with no problems on this system.03:59
Okashi:s updates are supposed to make things better03:59
Severity1he has problems with flash03:59
usr13``y7: cat /etc/resolv.conf   #See if you have proper nameservers in the resolv.conf file03:59
Chr|subugtu: are you downloading something? someone else downloading something on your network?03:59
ubugtuChr|s: no03:59
storbeckOkashi: If only that were true03:59
OkashiGhoti_ I really can't do a reformat on this comp03:59
Chr|subugtu: what kind of graphics card do you have04:00
ubugtuChr|s: and why would that effect the speed of my cursor?04:00
tuxwulfI have a wokring kubuntu system but it is kind of outdated. Can I upgrade to ubuntu without issues?04:00
Ghoti_Okashi: I know, taht's why I suggested booting a LiveStick so that you can burn backups of your data04:00
dthacker``y7: you may want to examine your /etc/network/interfaces file.  Here is my file for a static ip address on eth0 http://paste.ubuntu.com/176099/04:00
Chr|subugtu: when your playing an online game and downloading stuff, it will greatly reduce your bandwith and make game play really bad04:00
storbeckI'm thinking all ``y7 needs to do is 'ifup eth0'04:00
C-00000100Severity1, is he trying to play online video?04:01
usr13tuxwulf: What version of kubuntu is it?04:01
OkashiGhoti_ I have 90+gigs of stuff. plus I have a dual boot on this system with 40 gigs on XP04:01
phillipsmnium-_: try /etc/init.d/networking restart...then sudo iwconfig....see what it says then04:01
tuxwulfusr13: gibbon I tink04:01
OkashiI really can't reformat, nowhere will offer me that much space for free, and I can't afford to pay04:01
usr13tuxwulf: lsb_release04:01
tuxwulfusr13: How do I check that?04:02
Ghoti_Okashi: even better- boot into your other OS, copy your data over (there are extfs tools for Windows), and then freshen up your Linux installation04:02
usr13tuxwulf: What does lsb_release say?04:02
OkashiGhoti_ the problem was getting some some space...04:02
Severity1Okashi: what is wrong with your computer?04:02
usr13tuxwulf: Open a terminal and type:  lsb_release -a04:02
OkashiGhoti " what if I rearranged my partition?04:02
Ghoti_Okashi: Ah! Good idea! gparted can do a nondestructive resize of your existing partitions!04:03
tuxwulfusr13: "No LSB modules are available."04:03
OkashiSeverity1 : I updated Ubuntu to the newest release and it's freezing on normal boot, so I'm in failsafe and says I have no space and it won't delete anything04:03
tuxwulfusr13: And then sth about 7.10 and gutsy04:03
Severity1you have no space?04:03
Severity1can you do a df -h04:03
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storbeckOkashi: Just boot up into a live cd and delete some programs04:04
C-00000100Severity1, bartek go here, if this doesn't play then it gives you a link to get it... http://www.milkandcookies.com/link/45466/detail/04:04
OkashiGhoti : I have some space on windows...but it's gonna take like an hour and a half to resize them04:04
subvertirhey guys, I've got an nvidia 8600M GT (256mb) and I'm using the proprietary nvidia driver with Compiz enabled. Pages with lots of flash videos run really slow and bring my whole firefox session to a grinding slow useless state - is there any way to fix this?04:04
usr13tuxwulf: So it's 7.10?04:04
PacoBuntuhow do i install wine on linux?04:04
* Atry pokes sizable :(04:04
Okashistorbeck : tried that04:04
tuxwulfusr13: Check.04:04
Ghoti_Okashi: better than taking a year and a half to reconstruct your data, no?04:04
Ghoti_!wine | PacoBuntu04:04
ubottuPacoBuntu: WINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu04:04
PacoBuntusudo apt-get install wine ?04:04
storbeckOkashi: I know how you could fix that problem04:05
OkashiGhoti_ a year and a half wouldn't get me my thesis back, I think I'd just cry myself off ab ridge04:05
storbeckYou could get rid of Windows altogether :)04:05
[ucb]kevinperhaps someone can help me with the following: windows are opening in such an initial position that the title bare is hidden behind my main ubuntu "apps place system etc.." bar -- how can I fix this?04:05
rocky_oh, jeese, I don't have time :(04:05
* rocky_ is so pissed off04:05
Severity1Okashi: do a df -h04:05
dthacker!ask rocky04:05
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about ask rocky04:05
usr13tuxwulf: Use 8.04 alternate CD to upgrade04:05
storbeck!ask | rocky04:05
ubotturocky: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line, so others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-)04:05
Ghoti_Severity1: http://pastebin.com/d2eb851f  <-- Okashi's df -h :)04:05
dthackertnx storbeck :)04:06
mikechelen[ucb]kevin, all windows or some? you can move a window by holding alt and dragging any portion04:06
storbecknp :)04:06
C-00000100dthacker, he quit b4 ...04:06
usr13tuxwulf: Use 8.04, or 8.10 or...04:06
storbeckOkashi: Check out /var/log - you probably have a lot of space being used there that you probably don't need04:06
* aprilhare asks: what do i need to play MIDI files via clicking on a link?04:06
tuxwulfusr13: ...ehm... ubuntu?04:06
storbeckI have a few gigs worth of logs from years ago04:06
usr13tuxwulf: I would use 8.04 because it is LTS04:06
Okashistorbeck : lol I would if i could, but the games in XP are my one sorce of sanity and ubuntu doesn't run them04:06
Severity1Ghoti_: si it is the sda1?04:07
usr13tuxwulf: Kubuntu if you prefer.. doesn't matter.04:07
Severity1sda1 is the one having issues?04:07
Ghoti_Severity1: I beleive it is04:07
[ucb]kevinmikechelen, yea all windows, adn yes i can move windows easily -- its just very inoying that its configured that way (somehow)04:07
C-00000100Okashi, what games...?04:07
storbeckOkashi: They might be able to run in Cedega04:07
usr13tuxwulf: If you like KDE stick with Kubuntu.04:07
[ucb]kevinmikechelen, do you know a hack that can find smoe way around this?04:07
Severity1it says sda1 is 100% unavailable LOL04:07
tuxwulfusr13: Do you happen to know if that overwrites certain configs, like sendmail, bind, apache etc?04:08
Ghoti_Severity1: that's what we're trying to address :)04:08
Okashistorbeck : only got 3Mb of stuff in there04:08
phillipsmnium-_: did you do what i suggested?04:08
chetnickhow to install makeinfo on Ubuntu 9.04? makeinfo and textinfo not in Synaptic??04:08
bugUbuntu 9.04 and my games keep swiching off from fullscreen ... cud sumone tell me whyy???04:08
Ghoti_Severity1: I'll let Okashi speak for himself now ;)04:08
usr13tuxwulf: It will ask you what to do with them.04:08
mikechelen[ucb]kevin, unsure what is causing that04:08
Severity1okashi: do you have virtual box installed on your machine with the issue?04:08
Okashistorbeck : yeah I checked that out...but it would suck to pay to play a game everyone else gets for free04:08
tuxwulfusr13: Actually I dislike the KDE 4, I prefer Ubuntu's gnome to that...04:08
C-00000100Okashi, maybe OT, see me in #seaphor, I am a gamer on linux04:09
OkashiSeverity1 : what, I don't know what that means.04:09
Severity1can you run computer janitor? to clear unused pACKAGES04:09
tuxwulfusr13: Ok, cool . Asking is good...04:09
tuxwulfusr13: Thanks!04:09
Severity1forget the virtualbox question04:09
storbeckOkashi: What size HDD do you have?04:09
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about bleachbit04:09
nium-_phillipsm, I replaced the wlan card with another one (same model) -- and it worked.. I'm starting to think that the hardware itself is faulty -- sometimes working, sometimes not.04:10
Severity1Okashi: can you still run it in gui mode?04:10
kernelzwhy my battery icon doesnot show the status battery in ibm thinkpad t2104:10
* Okashi is confused....04:10
dthackerchetnick:apt-get install texinfo04:11
storbeckkernelz: Is the acpi enabled in your kernel? :)04:11
Okashitoo many questions...04:11
Severity1okashi: back then i had a problem with my hdd it says i used up 70Gb of 80GB04:11
kernelzstorbeck; don't know, can you pls. tell me how to do it04:11
OkashiSeverity1 : gui means the graphical interface right?04:11
Severity1i tried using hdd cleaning tools and nothing works04:11
Severity1i finally downloaded bleachbit04:11
Severity1and it cleaned my system04:11
storbeckkernelz: No, sorry. I don't have the time to explain how to recompile a kernel and the boot into it04:11
storbeckYou may want to check the docs04:11
chetnickdthacker: thanks, i figured, i misstyped word.04:11
Severity1freed me a total of 65GB04:12
* aprilhare asks: what do i need to play MIDI files via clicking on a link? want to play audio associated with http://www22.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=D%23%20Ab%20G%20C%2304:12
Okashistorbeck I have 140 gb totalt 100 for linux04:12
Severity1yep it is the graphical mode04:12
OkashiSeverity1 : so bleachbit might help?04:12
storbeckO_o? How are you using all of 100GB?04:12
kernelzstorbeck: you mean to recompile the kernel to enable the acpi? i understand then i won't worry about it04:12
R0b`need a shell script that will login to an ftp server and upload a file via ftp without any user input04:12
OkashiSeverity1 : well I think so...I can still see stuff so that's a yes?04:12
Severity1if your problem is mysterious HDD unavailability04:12
dthackerchetnick: it appears makeinfo is part of texinfo package http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1673404:12
storbeckR0b`: Try looking into 'expect'04:12
mikechelenR0b`, check out ncftp and ncftpput04:12
Severity1well my issue back then was actually my fault04:12
meaballhello people04:13
storbeckR0b`: You could also use scp instead of ftp, then just setup ssh keys04:13
Severity1i uninstalled my virtualbox withoutdeletingmy virtual hdd so it caused a serious bug that bleachbit fixed04:13
R0b`storbeck, no ssh access, only ftp04:13
dthackerR0b`: if you're any good with perl the Net:FTP package and friends will help you script that.04:13
OkashiSeverity1 : well my problem is mysterious malfunction after a failed attempt to upgrade04:13
R0b`dthacker, sounds good04:13
R0b`i've seen perl do it04:14
storbeckR0b`: Just use expect04:14
Okashiall this started after I tried to update04:14
Severity1and hdd mysteriously bacame full?04:14
storbeckCheck out the second example04:14
rayluR0b`, storbeck, mikechelen: i believe lftp is sufficient04:14
usr13Severity1: What's on it?04:15
mikechelenraylu, can you run lftp from command line? ncftp is just convenient04:15
zethero1what command do I use to see my audio codec?04:15
storbeckraylu: It's always good to have alternatives :)04:15
raylumikechelen: yes. never heard of ncftp04:15
Severity1whaddya mean what's on ti?04:15
Okashistorbeck : I'm a college student, I have...music and vids and all the regular stuff, then I have a ton of class related things that take up an insane amount of space04:15
R0b`wow so much helpz... lololz. maybe i should share why. I'm using pisg for an irc channel stats page, and right after running that, i would like to upload the stats pages to my website (on a free vps, so i can only use the ftp)04:15
mikechelenraylu, looks like either lftp or ncftp would work, http://linux.die.net/man/1/ncftpput04:16
storbeckWow, that's weird. A free VPS, and a VPS without shell access04:16
daniel010101hi ppl04:16
rayluif it's a VPS, you should be able to set up an ssh server04:16
panfisti'm trying to install some software from source, and i was at the config step, when i got "no package glib-2.0 found...consider adusting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable if you installed software in a non-standard prefix" ... isn't glib-2.0 included with gnome? it's not listed in synaptic04:16
Chr|sanyone here uses "tilda"04:16
zethero1how do I see what audio chipset and codec I have?04:16
rayluunless you don't mean VPS04:16
daniel010101hello everyone04:16
rayluzethero1: chipset: lspci04:16
rayluzethero1: codec: mplayer -identify [filename]04:17
daniel010101if you need help with ubuntu please feel free to ask me04:17
zethero1: I mean the codec of the chipset04:17
dthackerpanfist: it may not be in your path.  Try using locate to find it.04:17
raylumikechelen: ooh, impressive04:17
daniel010101whats the best ubuntu irc client04:17
Eochcan someone help me fix my audio?  I have ubuntu studio installed and doing and lspci I have Intel Corporation 82801I (ICH9 Family) HD Audio Controller (rev 03)04:17
raylumikechelen: lftp has always been clunky to me. i might be using this in the future04:17
rayluzethero1: er...chipsets have codecs?04:18
raylu!best | daniel01010104:18
daniel010101i really need to know can ppl see this04:18
ubottudaniel010101: Usually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose, depending on your preferences, features you require, and other factors. Do NOT take polls in the channel. If you insist on getting people's opinions, ask BestBot in #ubuntu-bots.04:18
storbeckdaniel010101: That's not really a support question, you might want to ask in #ubuntu-offtopic04:18
zethero1raylu: yep ...04:18
dthackerdaniel010101: that's a matter of opinion, not a support question04:18
panfistlocate glib finds lots of lines..i dont know what to do with this information04:18
zethero1I'll ask in #alsa04:18
RHorsedaniel010101 what are you using now?04:18
usr13daniel010101: I like irssi04:18
bcdaniel010101: IMO netcat is the only one worth looking at04:19
simoncpulet's do the #alsa!04:19
daniel010101im using pidgen now04:19
simoncpulet's dance to #alsa04:19
mikechelenraylu, it looks like lftp can be pretty flexible with multiple commands, for standard operations such as putting some files or directory ncftp works nicely04:19
traversirssi? I'm using some irc client on VMS!04:19
bugsum fit girls in???04:19
raylupanfist: aptitude search glib | dev04:19
raylupanfist: er, sorry04:19
RHorsedaniel010101 I like bitchx04:19
raylupanfist: aptitude search glib | grep dev04:19
dthackerpanfist: i see glib-2.0 in /usr/lib/glib-2.0.04:19
daniel010101do they have moderators on04:19
usr13daniel010101: Have it set up to automatically go to my favorite server and then to channel.04:19
raylumikechelen: yeah. i rarely need to do more than one thing04:19
buddy_i agree bitchx i think is better04:20
rayludthacker: he's installing something from source, so he needs the headers04:20
daniel010101HI everyone04:20
geniidaniel010101: Moderators are around, yes.04:20
storbeckdaniel010101: The mods always hide in the shadows. Make one wrong step and bam, they all attack like a gazelle04:20
Ghoti_daniel010101: this is rather OT and subjecting, but pidgin is IMO/IME a terrible IRC client.04:20
Chr|s!ot | bug04:20
ubottubug: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!04:20
dthackerraylu: dev package?04:20
daniel010101what just happend04:20
rayludthacker: yes04:20
daniel010101oh no its working now04:20
bugsory bad day04:20
daniel010101the scroller scrolled up04:20
dthackerraylu: ahhhh, I see.04:20
RHorsedaniel010101 pidgin makes a really *lousy* irc client IMO04:21
daniel010101yeah lol04:21
chronofirehey i need to add a line of code to the sbm.conf how do i do this?04:21
bugtell me sum nice chanell04:21
raylupidgin makes a really lousy client.04:21
Chr|s!irc | bug04:21
ubottubug: A list of official Ubuntu IRC channels, as well as IRC clients for Ubuntu, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat - For a general list of !freenode channels, see http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#channellist - See also !Guidelines04:21
buddy_i agree04:21
daniel010101how do i create a server with asp is there anyway asp will work on ubuntu 9.0404:21
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pegonchronofire, sudo pico locationofthefile in terminal04:21
daniel010101i have a lamp system04:21
geniidaniel010101: You should enquire in #ubuntu-server then04:22
* aprilhare asks: what do i need to play MIDI files via clicking on a link? want to play audio associated with http://www22.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=D%23%20Ab%20G%20C%2304:22
raylu!info mono-apache-server204:22
ubottumono-apache-server2 (source: xsp): ASP.NET backend for mod_mono2 Apache module. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.0-0ubuntu1 (jaunty), package size 68 kB, installed size 248 kB04:22
bcdaniel010101: perhaps, apt-cache search asp | grep server04:22
rayludaniel010101: ^04:22
reliveanyone used nfs to transfer a 4 gb folder between two linux system? mine keep on locking up. i don't know why04:23
chronofirepegon like this? sudo pico /etc/samba/sbm.conf04:23
lyraeWhich software should i use to burn iso?04:23
danes_how can I introduce special characters in a text? such as alt-64 for windows?04:23
usr13 relive scp might be better choice.04:23
pegonchronofire, yes04:23
buddy_k3b is a good burning software04:23
rayludanes_: that depends largely on the app04:23
storbeckI sould use rsync rather than scp04:23
traverslyrae,I like the command line cdrecord04:23
rayluchronofire: shouldn't that be smb.conf?04:24
dthackerrelive: I agree with usr13, use scp04:24
danes_raylu any standard text editor???04:24
chronofirepegon okay thanks alot04:24
lyraetravers, ok let me try04:24
reliveusr13, i ve tried sshfs with mount command. by i will give scp a try04:24
relives/ by /but04:24
rayludanes_: by alt-64, you mean alt+0-0-6-4?04:24
Anyoseyowhat is a good c++ channel besides ##c++04:24
traversssh has buffers! your transfers will go no more than ~20 megs / second!04:24
daniel010101ok im back04:24
pegonchronofire, np :)04:24
chronofireraylu yes it should be thanks04:24
relivedthacker, scp wil encrypt data. so a 4gb folder becomes 12 gb  ... maybe04:25
raylurelive: ...what?04:25
storbeckI still suggesting using rsync instead of using scp.04:25
bcrelive: you can use compression in ssh, but it might grind cpu to a snail's pace04:25
daniel010101how would i make a custom ubuntu 9.04 iso file for like the pc's im going to sell so like a brand name e.g: mycompany is the company who supplied the system04:25
dthackerrelive: I don't think so....04:25
danes_raylu, well in windows I use to use alt+164 to introduce a special character for spanish alphabet. I need to know how to introduce the same character in ubuntu04:26
usr13relive: storbeck is correct, rsync is a good choice.04:26
daniel010101and with custom software to be installed when using the c04:26
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about remix04:26
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about ubuntu-remix04:26
* dthacker shrugs.04:27
daniel010101!custom iso04:27
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about custom iso04:27
ubottuTo mount an ISO disc image, type « sudo mount -o loop <ISO-filename> <mountpoint> » - There is a list of useful cd image conversion tools at http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/CD_Image_Conversion - Always verify the ISO using !MD5 before !burning.04:27
ubottuInterested in remastering the Ubuntu !live CD? See: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization or use tools such as http://uck.sourceforge.net/ or http://linux.dell.com/wiki/index.php/DRU_Disc_Remastering_Utility04:27
ubottuPlease investigate with me only with "/msg ubottu Bot" or in #ubuntu-bots.  Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu !search factoid".04:27
travers!that crusty sock in my bedroom04:27
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)04:27
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about c++04:27
dthackerplease stop playing bot tag in the channel04:27
ubottuCompiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first)04:27
daniel010101thanks i will read that04:27
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about mingw04:28
Chr|sSeverity1: please stop04:28
rayludanes_: http://osdir.com/ml/org.user-groups.linux.cwelug/2007-07/msg00048.html04:28
traversyawn, kick the bot if you don't like it04:28
Severity1Chr|s: why should i stop?04:28
Pici!botabuse | travers Severity104:28
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chuck_sorry could not remember if it was remix or remaster04:28
chronofireafter i add the line of code to the configuration file i just close it?04:28
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Severity1im looking for answers04:29
PacoBuntuhow do i get the taskmanager in Ubuntu?04:29
raylu!top | PacoBuntu04:29
storbeckPacoBuntu: Use 'top'04:29
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about top04:29
traverspacobuntu, ps and top are win04:29
PiciSeverity1: /msg the bot then04:29
* bc smells it in the air04:29
traversdamn, these pringles cans, I can't get my massive hand inside04:30
OkashiHey anyone wanna help me witha simpler problem? since I first installed ubuntu like 5 months ago I get this messege when I boot up "User's $home/.dmrc file is being ignored"04:30
chronofirepegon, after i add the code tot he configuration file does it auto save?04:30
stryd_onepaco: system... administration... system monitor04:30
traversOkashi, I have that on one of my RHEL boxen...04:30
Picitravers: #ubuntu-offtopic exists for random chatter. We try to keep #ubuntu for Ubuntu support only.  Thanks04:30
Okashitravers : ?04:31
pegonchronofire, hit ctrl x then Y and then it will ask for the name says smb.conf and hit enter and it will save it04:31
bcOkashi: google gave me tons of hits on that one -> http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-general-1/users-home.dmrc-file-is-being-ignored.-589557/04:31
daniel010101how come everytime i install new software .deb files i have to insert the cd of ubuntu 9.0404:31
chronofirepegon okay thanks alot04:31
boobsbrhowdy, i'm having problems with the jaunty netbeans 6.5 package. it doesn't fix imports at all. has anyone experienced this?04:31
pegonchronofire, np04:31
dthackeror http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=371052 .dmrc file is being ignored04:31
Okashibc: it did. I got nothing when I looked04:31
rayludaniel010101: /etc/apt/sources.list, take out the cd line04:32
bcOkashi: I just copied and pasted your quote, including quotes :))04:32
Severity1Okashi: did it work?04:32
OkashiSeverity1 : no sorry I can't download bleachbit04:32
phillipsmboobsbr: do you mean it doesn't fix java package imports inside of .java files?04:32
OkashiI have no space04:32
boobsbrphillipsm: yes04:32
Severity1have you tried running computer janitor?04:33
dthackerOkashi: have you considered running fsck on the drive?04:33
Chr|sUbuntu Tweak is a good tool as well04:33
Okashidthacker: what's that?04:33
traversfsck won't free up space...04:33
dthacker!fsck | Okashi04:34
ubottuOkashi: fsck is the FileSystem ChecKer, which runs automatically when you boot if you didn't shutdown cleanly. Type "man fsck" for information on running it manually. The command "sudo shutdown -F -r now" will force a reboot and a filesystem check; "sudo touch /fastboot" will skip a filesystem check at next reboot04:34
Severity1he has no space04:34
R0b`expect did not work out at all04:34
phillipsmboobsbr: thats strange...I have 6.5 on my jaunty and it seems to be working with imports... I'm doing servlets in it so im not sure if that would change anything because they are still .java files04:34
usr13Okashi: list by file sizes, find largest files04:34
usr13list by file sizes, find largest files04:34
R0b`all it did was connect to the ftp server, then i got prompted for a user and pass04:34
stryd_oneanyone have any ideas why video playback/multitasking is not right in jaunty? works fine in hardy...04:34
* aprilhare asks: what do i need to play MIDI files via clicking on a link? want to play audio associated with http://www22.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=D%23%20Ab%20G%20C%2304:34
R0b`nothing at all was automated about expect04:34
usr13list by file sizes, find largest files: du -s -k -d * | sort -n04:34
usr13Okashi: ls -lS |grep ^d   <will show directories sorted by size>04:35
OkashiUser: I have files to delete but I can't delete them04:35
storbeckR0b`: Then you didn't code it right :)04:35
usr13Okashi: Why not?04:35
Severity1where are the files you are trying to delete04:35
wolfjbhow do I build vpnc with ssl support? I have libssl-dev installed and I just ran apt-src build vpnc, but the resulting binary still doesn't have ssl support and there isn't a configure script to run. Any help?04:35
storbeckusr13: You can just do a du -hs *04:35
Okashiuser : they won't delelte04:35
Severity1did you delete it using nautilus04:35
Chris8Hey room... anyone recommend a <linux> program to convert .mp3 files to video?  trying to upload a song to youtube...04:35
daniel010101how do i take a CD e.g ubuntu 9.04 cd then make it a iso on my pc using ubuntu04:35
OkashiSeverity1 : all in home04:36
raylustorbeck: that won't do much. instead of s, --max-depth=104:36
dthackerOkashi: if I'm following correcltly, you're filesystem is at 100% and you can't delete anything.  fsck may find garbage entries in the fs and clean them up, giving you back some space.  I've done this successfully on ext3 filesystems.04:36
traversokashi, see df -h04:36
usr13Okashi: Why won't they delete?  What error msg to you get when you try?04:36
Severity1better try dthackers advice04:36
boobsbrphillipsm: it's not even importing the most basic things04:36
Severity1traverse: his df -h says sda1 is 100% unavailabkle04:37
administrator_does anyone know how to get FISH to work with Xchat? it keeps unloading the script as soon as i click ok04:37
storbeckraylu: That's the same thing...04:37
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raylustorbeck: no, -s is max-depth 004:37
stryd_onechris8: you can't convert audio to video.04:37
daniel010101so i insert the ubuntu 9.04 cd but i want to make it into an bootable iso file on my pc as i am using the cd from shipit????04:37
boobsbrphillipsm: and i'm writing a simple console app04:37
usr13Okashi: You might consider adding a new HDD.04:37
Chris8styrd_one: uhhh yeah you can...04:37
jim__stryd_one: sure you can, it just requires some mathematical gymnastics :)04:38
Okashiuser : if I use the gui they go to the trash and won't delete. and if I use command rm they just disapear and still use space04:38
Chris8Styrd: oh i know whay you mean... :P04:38
Severity1how many hardshutdowns before ubuntu runs hdd diagnostibs?04:38
RHorseOkashi how about shredding them?04:38
Chris8Styrd: i'm not interested in having the RAW audio file read by some vid program :P04:38
g0wdahi all, i'm currently on a jaunty live CD, my comp has screwed up resources, I want to set up ubuntu for speed and performance... 40GB HDD and 640mb DDR ram.... can anyone tell me what will be the best way to partition my disk... i have 12 GB of data in the middle of the disk in a Fat32 :(04:38
storbeckraylu: No it's not04:38
traversOkashi, maybe they're soft or hard links then?04:39
Severity1hold on i think i have a solution04:39
stryd_oneyou can generate video from an audio stream, but not convert... I know it seems like a stupid thing to say, but if you google for it you might find that using the correct keywords helps....04:39
Severity1Okashi can you delete a file and go to trash04:39
tazany one know how to fix.. with system halted ??  when it shut down then it said system halted04:39
un_davei have a 3 monitors, 2 of them used at the moment with twinview. It works well, but i'd like to set up the 3rd to be a straight terminal view. Anyone know how i can do this?04:39
Severity1see if it is there?04:39
storbeckraylu: http://pastebin.com/m37f3daca < How is that the same?04:39
Chris8What program can i use to make a movie with no video but an mp3 for the audio?04:39
Chris8trying to upload a song youtube04:40
dthackerOkashi:  if you are deleting files from the command line, and space is not being reclaimed, then I believe you've got some corruption going on in your filesystem and I would recommend running fsck.  It will clear orphan inodes from the filesystem.04:40
traverstaz, your probably out of luck, especially if its an acpi system...04:40
jim__Chris8: ffmpeg or mencoder04:40
``y7is there a way to ping from eth1 instead of eth0?04:40
raylustorbeck: http://pastie.org/48367404:40
g0wdaagain:  hi all, i'm currently on a jaunty live CD, my comp has screwed up resources, I want to set up ubuntu for speed and performance... 40GB HDD and 640mb DDR ram.... can anyone tell me what will be the best way to partition my disk... i have 12 GB of data in the middle of the disk in a Fat3204:40
jim__``y7: ping -i04:40
raylustorbeck: --max-depth=004:40
chuck_un_dave, your best bet is to check in #nvidia04:40
Okashidthacker : k04:40
jim__Chris8: ffmpeg -i input.mp3 output.avi # Magic!04:40
Chris8Jim:  THank you Jim you're quite lovely :P04:40
OkashiThank you to all I'm gonna go try that before I star messing with partitions04:41
storbeckraylu: That's not what I said to do.04:41
un_davechuck_, ok, i will. thanks04:41
storbeckI said -hs04:41
raylustorbeck: and i said --max-depth=0 is -s04:41
travers``y7, there might be an option, see the man page,04:41
raylustorbeck: you forgot the =04:41
g0wdaagain: again:  hi all, i'm currently on a jaunty live CD, my comp has screwed up resources, I want to set up ubuntu for speed and performance... 40GB HDD and 640mb DDR ram.... can anyone tell me what will be the best way to partition my disk... i have 12 GB of data in the middle of the disk in a Fat3204:41
travers``y7, the ping shold route out the correct device though04:41
meaballhey, first time xchat user here..04:42
jim__Okashi: another thing is, ext3 default reserves 5% for the superuser.  `df` output does NOT include this reserved space.  I've never had to actually make use of it, so I can't say how.04:42
meaballhow do i get the user list to come up04:42
meaballother than the button04:42
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raylustorbeck: you have a * in one. the other is using .04:42
stryd_onemeatball, crtl+f7 it says, in the view menu... maybe try #xchat04:43
daniel010101soz brb04:43
usr13g0wda: move the 12G partition to the end of the drive.04:43
relivehow to tell if my box is running rsync service? i don't have file: /etc/rsyncd.motd04:43
raylustorbeck:               print the total for a directory (or file, with --all) only if it is N or fewer levels below the command line argument;  --max-depth=0 is the same as --summarize04:43
stryd_onerelive: ps -A | grep rsync04:43
g0wdausr13: ok... newie me :( how do i do that now?04:43
Severity1whereis rsync04:43
meatballodd, my view menu has no such option04:43
traversrelive, you were asking how to transfer files, right? install the openbsd ssh server, and you can easily rysnci voer that04:44
storbeckraylu: All it does is make the list shorter, then go into the big directory and run it again04:44
Okashidthacker : would you reapt the commands fo fsch again?04:44
raylustorbeck: it = ?04:44
g0wdais it there in the parmanager??04:44
g0wda*part manager04:44
dthacker!fsck | Okashi04:44
ubottuOkashi: fsck is the FileSystem ChecKer, which runs automatically when you boot if you didn't shutdown cleanly. Type "man fsck" for information on running it manually. The command "sudo shutdown -F -r now" will force a reboot and a filesystem check; "sudo touch /fastboot" will skip a filesystem check at next reboot04:44
jim__rsyncd comes with a couple security pitfalls if you're not careful.  It's preferable to do as travers says and simple use SSH as rsync's transport protocol04:44
relivetravers, i have sshd running.04:44
storbeckraylu: Lets just agree that we have different methods and leave it at that04:45
raylujim__: e2/las -cl04:45
relivestryd_one, no, i don't see rsync from ps04:45
traversokay, then you're in good shape04:45
rayluer, ignore that...04:45
* aprilhare asks: what do i need to play MIDI files via clicking on a link? want to play audio associated with http://www22.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=D%23%20Ab%20G%20C%2304:45
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about gpartedg0wda,04:45
g0wdaand what would be good as seperate drives...? should i mount usr on a seperate drive?04:45
ubottug0wda,: gparted is a !GTK/!Gnome !GUI partitioning program. Type « sudo apt-get install gparted » in a console to install it - A GParted "live" CD is available at http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php04:45
traversrelive, you could do say rsync -av user@box:"/some/directory" /home/luser04:45
traversrelive, see the man page for specifics... the rsync man page04:46
relivetravers, i see. so i don't need to install additional app04:46
PersiHi, need help with high CPU usage - X eats like 70%, been reading all the guides and it doesnt go away with .30 kernel and driver from crack pushers, yes Im on intel04:46
g0wdaI have gparted opened right now, but everything is locked (remem i'm running live) and i can't find a way to unlock it...04:46
usr13g0wda:  gparted04:46
g0wdawill sudo gparted04:46
traversrelive, well you will need rsync on both boxes and sshd on one of them.04:46
jim__travers: relive: This is of interest for anyone who pushes lots of data over SSH on fast links: http://www.psc.edu/networking/projects/hpn-ssh/04:47
Persihttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Troubleshooting/HighCPU says The solution in these cases is to make the daemon stop doing the expensive polling and I have no idea what does it mean04:47
storbeckg0wda: gksu gparted04:47
usr13g0wda: yes04:47
traversPersi, say, what's your graphics hardware?04:47
relivejim__, thx. i am doing this over 100mb lan.04:47
usr13g0wda: Do as storbeck says04:47
Persiintel i800 I think, standard stuff for dell 152504:48
g0wdai did sudo gparted, still locked04:48
Persi Mesa DRI Intel(R) 965GM GEM 20090114 x86/MMX/SSE204:48
daniel010101is there any live cd ubuntu customisation to just change install programs04:48
travershrm, that is odd04:48
Persi Intel Corporation Mobile GM965/GL960 Integrated Graphics Controller [8086:2a02] (rev 0c)04:48
storbeckg0wda: Are you on a livecd?04:48
Severity1persi can you do a glxgears and glxinfo04:48
metalpresso i am trying to setup a samba share,  using the ip address of the other machine I can connect fine, but when trying to use the computer name its coming back that its unreachable,  is there something else that needs to be done to use the name instead of ip?  i thought it was just //computername  instead of //192.168.xxx.xxx04:49
g0wdaeven gksu failed04:49
traversPresi, running any strange things? say, a opengl ap, some animated gif in firefox?04:49
storbeckWhat did it do?04:49
raylumetalpres: run the command: host computername04:49
traversmentalpres, sounds like your dns is not setup correctly04:49
Severity1Persi, can you do a glxgears and glxinfo04:49
g0wdait's still locked04:49
Persiyeah do that all the time, gears gives only 200fps now while couple of days back it was like 60004:49
storbeckWhat do you mean locked?04:49
ubottuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also https://help.ubuntu.com/9.04/musicvideophotos/C/video.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats04:49
daniel010101how do i make a ubuntu program04:49
Severity1how about glxinfo is direct rendering saying yes?04:50
metalpresraylu: when i do the host command it comes back showing 2 ips for the machine04:50
g0wdagparted is locked... no editing button is active04:50
Persiinfo says slow and none half the time each, I`m not sure what else to look there04:50
usr13daniel010101: What do you mean?04:50
Bob_DoleLovely. if I leave the wireless enabled(using a restricted driver, atheros of some sort) for extended periods of time, it will lock my system up hard. If a song is playing It will be like "Tell me now how should I feel How duh uh uh uh uh" My question: How do I get the system to NOT re-enable wireless upon restart?04:50
metalpresraylu: neither are the IPs are the 192.168.xxx.xxx one i normally use though04:50
raylumetalpres: well, there's your problem :D04:50
traversmetalpres, yep04:50
Severity1Persi look at glxinfo and see if theres a line direct rendering: yes i want to confirm something04:51
jim__Bob_Dole: could /etc/blacklist the driver, or edit /etc/network/interfaces, or add "ifconfig eth1 down" to /etc/rc.local04:51
raylumetalpres: before it gave you the ip, it should give you a dns provider. is that correct?04:51
g0wdastorbeck: gparted is locked... no editing button is active04:51
Persidirect rendering: Yes04:51
morningwalkeri need to know how to seek audio files, the cursor on rhythmbox or banshee just doesnt move...04:51
Severity1okay good04:51
Severity1open 2 terminal tabs04:51
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usr13daniel010101: g0wda Are you using a LIVE CD?04:52
storbeckg0wda: Are you sure you are on a livecd? Or are you booted into your system?04:52
Severity1on the other one run pstree -p04:52
g0wdaYeah I am using a live CD04:52
Severity1and on the other one run top04:52
usr13g0wda: Unmount the filesystem first.04:52
metalpresraylu: it didnt give me any dns info, just 2 ips and then timed out04:52
chuck_daniel010101, are you trying to make a custom ubuntu iso?04:52
Persiwill htop work?04:52
Persiwith sudo?04:52
Severity1look at pstree see the processes under xorg04:52
Severity1yep with sudo04:52
traversg0wda, yeah, you don't want ot start moving around a partition while reading and writing to it04:52
g0wdaoh... right i didn't think of that... unmounting :)04:52
raylumetalpres: oops, sorry. use: nslookup computername04:52
traversmetalpres bind-tools is win for dns issues04:53
Persigdm(2790)───gdm(2793)─┬─Xorg(2798) thats all04:53
ubottudaniel1010101: Interested in remastering the Ubuntu !live CD? See: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization or use tools such as http://uck.sourceforge.net/ or http://linux.dell.com/wiki/index.php/DRU_Disc_Remastering_Utility04:53
Persi─sh(3207)─┬─gpg-agent(3263) under xorg goes further04:53
daniel010101chuck_: i have read that but is there anything else04:53
FluxDHi, this is my setup, http://i39.tinypic.com/b4f4a9.jpg I cannot boot to Ubuntu, please help in reisntalling grub04:53
g0wdaand another thing... nautilus doesn't open if i put any cd in in jaunty, ther's a bug filed on launchpad the solution as resolved there is to uninstall brasero and use gnomebaker instead!04:54
morningwalkercan anyone please tell me why i cant seek any audio file in any media player installed... ?04:54
jim__morningwalker: what type of audio file04:54
Persiany more orders?04:54
Severity1yep those under xorg arechildprocesses one of those is probably cpu hungry04:54
metalpresraylu: ok that time it gave me the dns server ip04:54
Severity1let pstree guide you04:54
arandFluxD: What happens when you boot?04:54
Severity1run top on the other terminal tab04:54
raylumetalpres: is that the correct server?04:54
infinityximorningwalker: what are the programs saying?04:54
Persithere is nothing under xorg!04:54
daniel010101i still dont know how to create a custom iso04:54
rayluFluxD: what's with sda5?04:55
traversdaniel, its not easy.04:55
Persiand in htop only 1 process eats 70% as I said in the original message04:55
morningwalkerjim__; mp3 and wma04:55
metalpresits the ip of my router, not the machine i want to connect to04:55
Severity1what is this process04:55
FluxDarand: I was using the vista bootloader to boot but it somehow messed up and doesnt let me boot in now04:55
usr13FluxD: Boot to the root filesystem and re-install grub04:55
jim__morningwalker: no idea04:55
craig_can anyone hear me?04:55
metalpresraylu: its the ip of my router, not the machine i want to connect to04:55
morningwalkerinfinityxi:  the program gives no such error, the cursor in the media payer just doesnt move04:55
durtmorningwalker, that particular file's encoding doesn't support seek, or is it more than one file type?04:55
traversyeach craig04:55
dthackercraig_: yes04:55
daniel010101is there anything to create a xact iso of my whole system to a iso for backup04:55
infinityxidaniel010101: genisoimage04:55
Persi/usr/bin/X :0 -br -audit 0 -auth04:55
infinityxilook into that04:55
FluxDraylu: its a 5 gb windows xp partition04:55
raylumetalpres: generally, your router is also your dns server, so that's fine04:56
usr13FluxD: Boot to the root filesystem and do:  grub-install hd004:56
FluxDusr13: I dont know how to do it04:56
metalpresraylu: yea04:56
morningwalkerdurt; it used to work in the last session04:56
panfisthelp, i was messing around with my themes, i rebooted and now i dont see any gnome panels or window titles04:56
raylumetalpres: in which case, you need to convince your router that computername is something else04:56
craig_dtchen, thanks.  I guess I'm still logged into xchat at work and there's bee a server change, I can't log into the box that faces out04:56
traversdaniel, sure, mkisofs -U -J -o wholesystem.iso /04:56
meatballwhat would you guys recommend for a good irc client for ubuntu04:56
meatballi don't think i like xchat-gnome04:56
FluxDusr13: I am in livecd now04:56
arandFluxD: ah, if you still want to use the vista bcd bootloader I would recommend using EasyBCD from within vista to configure, otherwise install grub.04:56
rayluFluxD: why is it in your extended partition?04:56
durtmorningwalker, last session of what?04:56
|freddy|irssi, and i LOVE LOVE LOVE Kvirc04:56
craig_Is there a list of the best current wireless cards for ubuntu?04:56
usr13FluxD: Mount the root filesystem and then chroot to it.04:56
daniel010101mkisofs -U -J -o wholesystem.iso /                   does this create a whole xact copy of my system to iso04:56
meatballi've heard good things of irssi04:57
meatballi'll try that04:57
|freddy|meatball: you need kde-libs for kvirc04:57
FluxDarand: I did try with easybcd it wont let me boot into ubuntu still after removing and readding ubuntu04:57
rayluusr13: --root-directory is simpler04:57
|freddy|but irssi runs from console...so good stuff04:57
traversyou can loopback mount the resulting iso if you want to verify that04:57
Persiwhat do I do with it?04:57
g0wdaI can't unmount 1 partition but... it seems it's being used by an app... i don't see which one... is there a way to force unmount it???04:57
stryd_onemeatball: xchat-gnome isn't actually xchat, and it's horrible. get real xchat.04:57
FluxDraylu: its a complicated setup with xp vista and ubuntu04:57
traversg0wda use -lf04:57
usr13FluxD: chroot /media/hda4  #where /media/hda4 is the root filesystem.04:57
metalpresraylu: im not sure what you mean04:57
|freddy|and if you find a shell like aterm....you can find some good shells that wont consume much resources04:57
raylumetalpres: i mean you need to configure your router04:57
Severity1Persi: do you know the PID of that process?04:58
g0wdatravers: fulll command pleas :) i unmounted the others with n autilus ;)04:58
Severity1kill it04:58
Persiit will kill X04:58
PersiI think04:58
traversg0wda umount -lf /dev/problemdrive04:58
FluxDusr13: I am in livecd now, so what is my next step04:58
Persiand Im not used to command line IRC04:58
traverskill X on ubuntu? its like the undead, it keeps coming back04:58
arandFluxD: That's bothersome... I dodn't know how to fix it through BCD then... does it give any messages when trying to boot into ubuntu?04:58
Persiok lets try04:58
traversis there an /etc/init.d/X that can be brought down?04:58
usr13FluxD: Where ever you have /dev/sda6 mounted chroot to it.  mount will show you what you have mounted now.04:58
raylutravers: invoke-rc.d gdm stop04:59
Severity1kill 279804:59
traversthere you guys go04:59
DaZtravers:  init 304:59
FluxDarand: it gets stuck on Loading partiton image, and it says something about bootpart04:59
rayluusr13: did you see my earlier comment? consider grub-install --root-directory04:59
traversDaz, mmm telinit04:59
metalpresraylu: in my routers settings it already shows my other machine listed and it recognizes the machines name correctly04:59
stryd_onei guess persi was right, it did kill X ;)04:59
metalpresraylu: just when i try to connect to that machine using its name from this machine it doesnt respond04:59
panfisti'm on ubuntu netbook remix, i'm trying to restart x and ctrl-alt-backspace isn;t wokring05:00
raylumetalpres: then i'm not sure. the problem is most likelywith your router, though05:00
PacoBuntuCan someone tell me which ubuntu theme and iconset are being used in this screenshot: http://techpad.co.uk/images/medium/7qycps8mg.png ?05:00
traversmetalpres, it just sounds like you need a proper A record in a dns server somewhere05:00
usr13raylu: no, did not see that...05:00
Severity1Persi: what is the name of that process wit PID 279805:00
daniel010101can i install ubuntu netbook remix on ubuntu 9.04 on my laptop??05:00
Persiok how helpful was it?05:00
Bob_DoleAs of 9.04 CTRL+ALT+BACKSPACE no longer kills x by default05:00
usr13raylu: I usually just use  grub-install hd005:00
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panfistahh i see bob_dole05:00
ZykoticK9-eeepanfist, 9.04 has disabled ctrl-alt-backspace you need to edit Xorg to enable it - search google for full instructions05:00
FluxDusr13: /dev/sda6 on /media/disk type ext3 (rw,nosuid,nodev,uhelper=hal)05:00
raylu!dontzap | panfist05:00
ubottupanfist: To re-enable the Ctrl+Alt+Backspace combination that restarts your X server, you can install the "dontzap" package and use the command « sudo dontzap --disable ». The combination Alt+SysRq+K can also be used to obtain a similar effect.05:00
Bob_DoleIt can be re-enabled, but I can't remember how off the top of my head05:00
PersiX restarted obviously with no effect, as I have this problem for weeks05:00
usr13FluxD: chroot /media/disk05:01
ubottushipit is a service that sends free Ubuntu and Kubuntu CDs. See http://shipit.ubuntu.com/ and http://shipit.kubuntu.org - Shipit will send Jaunty (9.04) CDs05:01
Severity1Persi: kill 279805:01
FluxDusr13: chroot: cannot change root directory to /media/disk: Operation not permitted05:01
PersiI did it05:01
Severity1what happened05:01
Persijust not with PID, with htop05:01
daniel010101why dont canonical ship xubuntu :-(05:01
usr13FluxD: sudo chroot /media/disk05:01
PersiX restarted05:01
rayluusr13: right. grub-install hd0 --root-directory=/media/disk; saves you from chrooting05:01
Persias I said05:01
metalpresraylu: ok well thanks anyway, i guess i'll just use my backup plan and set the ips on each machine to be static so i dont have to even worry about using the machine names05:02
FluxDusr13: done next thing?05:02
Bob_DoleI just got my jaunty CD today. I -really- like having at least one pressed, professional looking disk around, rather than burned disks with sloppy permanent marker "labels"05:02
usr13raylu: Oh, never done that.05:02
raylumetalpres: as a hack, you could edit /etc/hosts05:02
traversmetalpres, depending on how ofen the clients dhcp and the dhcpd, they may get the same ip every time05:02
Persithen what? usual restart, logged in and conky says 60% of both cores are eaten05:02
usr13FluxD: sudo grub-install hd005:02
Bob_Dole(been running jaunty since the beta, though)05:02
Persiwith no programs running05:02
Persionly xchat right now05:02
Persioverkill what?05:02
traverswhat was the name for 8.04?05:02
Bob_DoleHardy Heron05:03
PacoBuntuCan someone tell me which ubuntu theme and iconset are being used in this screenshot: http://techpad.co.uk/images/medium/7qycps8mg.png ?05:03
Severity1wrong chat05:03
rayluBob_Dole: liveusbs are nicer than discs :D05:03
FluxDusr13: sudo grub-install hd0 sudo: unable to resolve host ubuntu /dev/sda6: Not found or not a block device.05:03
Persiok anything else for this chat?05:03
usr13raylu: Thanks for the info....05:03
Severity1hold on05:03
Bob_Doleraylu, only if your BIOS supports USB boot! and I have 30 machines running jaunty right now that don't.05:03
metalprestravers: no they dont, if 1 machine is on and the other isnt the router just gives out the first available one, so it kind of causes my 2 machines to be constantly switching between 2 ips depending which one was on first or rebooted first05:03
rayluPacoBuntu: i don't remember the name, but it's easy to find the dark one in the appearance manager05:04
traversmetalpres, like I said, depends on the dhcpd =)05:04
Severity1have you tried reconfiguring xorg?05:04
durtdaniel010101,  try '/join #kubuntu'05:04
rayluBob_Dole: ouch. how do you have the 30 set up?05:04
usr13FluxD:  grub-install hd0 --root-directory=/media/disk05:04
usr13FluxD: sudo  grub-install hd0 --root-directory=/media/disk05:04
Bob_Dole8.04 was Hardy Heron, 8.10 was Intrepid Ibex, 9.04 is Jaunty Jackalope, 9.10 will me Karmic Koala.05:04
PersiI think I did a while back, it gives a blank xorg.conf, right? But I have to turn on UXA to make it bearable05:04
Severity1can you check and see which process is running 60% now05:05
Persiyou suggest I try aain?05:05
daniel0101019.10 =-O05:05
Persithe same process all the time!05:05
daniel0101019.10 looks good05:05
g0wdanow what...? gparted is not opening! i force  quit it once! X( guess i'll have to restart and do the unmounting drill again05:05
daniel010101but its not even a beta so i wont download it05:05
stryd_onecouldn't canonical thivk of an animal starting with K in africa? ;)05:05
Persiit ends with -nolisten tcp vt705:05
FluxDusr13: root@ubuntu:/# sudo grub-install hd0 --root-directory=/media/disk sudo: unable to resolve host ubuntu Probing devices to guess BIOS drives. This may take a long time. /usr/sbin/grub-install: 408: cannot create /dev/null: Permission denied /dev/sda6: Not found or not a block device.05:05
Severity1ok i have no idea aboue exa or uxa in xorg05:05
daniel010101lamp = linux apache mysql php05:05
Bob_Doleraylu, 22 600mhz Pentium3's with 256MB of RAM and 400-460MB of swap, all have at least 10GB HDs. 9.04 with the XFCE desktop. They run acceptably until they get on a page with a lot of complex flash stuff.05:06
durt!spam > daniel01010105:06
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about spam05:06
daniel010101im not spaming05:06
daniel010101if i am i will stop05:06
Persithen you will have a hard time helping me Ispz05:06
rayluBob_Dole: interesting. why so many old machines?05:06
durt!ot > daniel01010105:06
ubottudaniel010101, please see my private message05:06
usr13FluxD: Did you just resize your partitions?05:07
Flanneldurt: As far as I can tell, you're causing as much disruption.  Please stop.05:07
Bob_Doleraylu, Poor school in need of more computers for the students. Had a lot of old machines in the backroom. And the rest of the machines are P3s, too, but go up to 1ghz, 512MB of RAM.05:07
FluxDusr13: not now, but I did few weeks ago05:07
traversyeah, ubuntu runs like a champ on "old" machinse...05:07
rayluBob_Dole: also, when i said set up, i was more talking about how they were installed, how they update, how users log in05:08
relivehow can i disable my sound card?05:08
relivesomething is wrong with my sound card hardware. i dont want to use it05:08
panfisti dont know if its compiz, or gtk, or something, but i rebooted and now i dont see any gnome panels or window title bars05:08
usr13FluxD: Just looking at http://i39.tinypic.com/b4f4a9.jpg   And wondering why the yellow shaded parts of the partitions don't go to the end of the partitions.05:08
Ghoti_relive: take it out of the PC?05:08
PacoBuntuCan someone tell me which ubuntu theme and iconset are being used in this screenshot: http://techpad.co.uk/images/medium/7qycps8mg.png ?05:08
Bob_Doleraylu, Ah. local logins, restricted. And there's an Ubuntu mirror, so one machine talks to the outside world, the rest talk to it.05:08
traversrelive: what does it sound like? fuzzy?05:08
reliveGhoti_, laptop05:09
Severity1Persi: have you tried sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg05:09
FluxDusr13: thats the color that shows howmuch of it is full05:09
relivetravers, no, it keep sending pulse signals05:09
Persiill try right no05:09
traversPers, you should run that one, its full of win05:09
rayluBob_Dole: cool05:09
Persias even stopping GDM doesnt help05:09
traversrelive, yeah, that does not sound too hot05:09
raylupanfist: does alt+f2 work?05:09
Ghoti_relive: firmly apply a screwdriver to the speaker grille a couple times? :)05:09
Persiok I did05:09
Persiwhat now?05:09
usr13FluxD: I'm wondering if the filesystems only occupy part of the partitions, (not the whold partition).05:09
relivetravers, not hot all all05:10
PersiI think it loaded cnf from backup05:10
panfistwhat's alt-f2 supposed to do?05:10
chuck_relive, you should be able to turn it off in bios05:10
Persiok lets see05:10
traversrelive: you might try not loading your sound module?05:10
raylupanfist: bring up the run dialog05:10
raylupanfist: wait, you said you don't have window title bars. does that mean you have windows?05:10
Severity1Persi wait05:10
traverschuck_, not on modern laptop hardware =)05:10
FluxDusr13: What do you want me to do? I dont mind deleting vista and xp to get ubuntu back05:10
relivechuck_, hm... i suppose i can, but i have dual boot05:10
usr13FluxD: Well, I don't know why grub-install is not working.  Maybe someone else here has an idea...?05:10
Severity1youthere Persi05:10
FUbbyCDI just got an ipod touch and was wondering if I could use virtualbox for the itunes store05:10
relivetravers, where is my sound module?05:10
gymophettAnyone know a good Linux chat room to talk about whatever we want in?05:11
traversrelive, somewhere in lsmod05:11
rayluFluxD: replace hd0 with /dev/sda05:11
traversfubbycd, yeah, totally05:11
panfistraylu from boot i see the icons on my desktop and thats it. i opened one which was a link toa folder. i see nautilus but without the top bar with the title and x, minimize, maximize, etc05:11
FUbbyCDi have a version without usb support05:11
durtgymophett,  #ubuntu-offtopic05:11
FUbbyCDhow do i upgrade to the version with usb support05:11
FUbbyCDand will i loose my xp installation05:11
traversfubbycd, do you want to connect your ipood up too?05:11
FUbbyCDits on a virtual drive file05:11
FluxDraylu: sudo grub-install /dev/sda --root-directory=/media/disk ?05:11
FUbbyCDyeh I have a touch and i want to use itunes store to download some apps05:12
gymophettthanks durt05:12
FUbbyCDi dont have a windows box at all05:12
FUbbyCDor a mac05:12
arashi formatted my ubuntu machine and installed xp.. however i forgot to backup a directory.. any way to recover (or at least just get the filenames, filenames are actually more important than the data)05:12
traversfubbycd, hrm, try gogle "virtual box itunes ubuntu"05:12
Persiok it`s somewhat worse now05:12
FUbbyCDso im in a jam.. I really want a couple of the apps05:12
Persidefinitely not better05:12
FUbbyCDi did05:12
arandFluxD: I think you might have lost the grub mbr on the partition, did you change the partition to which grub has written it's mbr recently?05:12
FUbbyCDwhat im unsure about is the virtualbox part05:12
FUbbyCDwhat version do i need05:12
chuck_relive, then you can black list it05:12
traversfubbycd, try #virtualbox?05:12
Severity1what happened persi? resolution is low?05:12
FUbbyCDand can i update the virtualbox to the version that supports usb connections without loosing my xp installation05:12
Severity1sudo cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf05:13
Persiresolution? its always ok05:13
FUbbyCDis there actually anyone in that room?05:13
FluxDarand: I did few weeks ago, but it was fine till I shutdown yesterday havent touched any partition for weeks05:13
traversfubbycd, heck if I know hehe05:13
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Severity1is it populated now?05:13
FUbbyCDlemme see05:13
tv7497guys i am really having lot of trouble with amarok it is not playing any of the songs ! i mean if i double click a song the song name pops up that it its finished it wont go further little help guys posted a screen shot of what does it shoes after running  screen shot 105:13
arandFluxD: hum, odd...05:13
relivechuck_, i am checking /proc/modules05:13
Severity1see if xorg is populated now05:13
PersiCPU usage is the same if not higher05:13
Persiit is05:13
Persiand it was05:13
Bob_DoleSetup 1 machine with xubuntu, then used Acronis to back it up. After that, just copied the image to all the other machines.. they all have "10GB" HD's, but they are really 9.3-9.5GibiByte.... shouldn't 10 GigaByte all be the same Gibibytes? well anyways, the original machine was a 9.5Gibibyte system. Acronis resizes the swap for me, but ubuntu won't use it because of the UUID thing. I have to manually go in and change it to /dev/05:14
Bob_Dolesda5 on the 9.3GB drives :/05:14
Persibut it doesnt use UXA now which was of some help originally05:14
th0rFluxD: I have a text file that details restoring grub from a live cd. Give me a minutte or two to pastebin it.05:14
FluxDarand: usr13 raylu Can I delete my xp and vista partitions and free up space will that help? I actually need files from the FAT3205:14
Bob_DoleThat was 1/3rd longer than I thought it was.05:14
traversPersi, my guess is you don't have hardware acceleration and you're running something intensive... that would creat high cpu load05:14
g0wdagparted is up and running,,,,, where is it best to place the linux swap part???05:14
FluxDthanks th0r05:14
ubottupastebin is a service to post multiple-lined texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu.com (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic)05:15
usr13FluxD: Are you out of space?05:15
PersiI just rebooted, I dont run anything05:15
FluxDusr13: where?05:15
Persiand acceleration is on05:15
raylu!ot | gymophett05:15
panfisti can right click on my desktop and create folders, change desktop background etc05:15
raylupanfist: if you could get to a terminal, i think you want to run "metacity"05:15
rayluFluxD: yes05:15
panfistok, i right clicked on my desktop to change desktop background, then i changed the effects from none to normal (which is what i had last time i rebooted). now my window titles are restored but still no gnome panels05:15
panfisti can get to a terminal through ctrl-alt-f1 but if i run things in there will that effect ctrl-alt-f7?05:15
raylupanfist: i don't think so05:15
ubottugymophett: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!05:15
FluxDusr13: Ubuntu is my pririty so I dont care about wiping windows OS05:15
FUbbyCDwhat version of virtualbox in the repos supports usb connections?05:15
Persior I think it is05:15
arandFluxD: Probably not with the boot issue... by the way how did you setup easybcd in the first place?05:15
FUbbyCDim on 9.0405:15
Persithere was smth about it in wiki05:15
FUbbyCDim a jaunty jackalope05:15
th0rFluxD: http://paste.ubuntu.com/176138/05:16
usr13FluxD: Yes, you can delete the NTFS or FAT32 partitions, but I do not think it will solve the problem of not being able to re-install grub.05:16
FluxDarand: xp and vista were auto added, and Ubuntu using the Linux tab05:16
th0rFluxD: I used it once or twice...but it has been a while. Still, the info should be valid05:16
Persiwell thanks for playing anyways05:16
gopwhich version of linux would run good on a PII 300mhz05:17
arandhow did you install ubuntu, with grub bootaloder etc.?05:17
Ghoti_gop: I had Gentoo running on that exact configuration for a long, long time as a headless server05:17
RHorsearand try fluxbuntu, but more like DSL for that machine05:17
durtgop,  try an ubuntu cli install with lxde05:17
panfistgnome-appearance segfault...05:17
FluxDth0r, arand, raylu, usr13 is it due to the fact that ubuntu is on an extended partition?05:17
panfistin my /var/log/messages05:17
arandFluxD: how did you install ubuntu, with grub bootaloder etc.?05:17
Severity1Persi: see if xserver-xorg-video-intel is installed05:18
usr13FluxD: That should not matter.05:18
FluxDarand, installed vista first, then xp, then ubuntu, and installed grub to sda6 only I think05:18
Severity1probably the driver installed in your machine is mesa05:18
rayluFluxD: have you tried grub-install with /dev/sda yet?05:18
FluxDraylu: can you paste the compelte command?05:19
rayluFluxD: you had it right05:19
dsnydersHI all.  Is there a star raiders style game for ubuntu?05:19
Persiof course it is, I started with saying that I have latest driver from crack pushers05:19
rayluFluxD: 11:12:38       FluxD> raylu: sudo grub-install /dev/sda --root-directory=/media/disk ?05:19
Persilemme reboot again, I have an idea05:19
Bob_DoleAlso, what would make a desktop launcher take 2x as long to start Firefox in comparison to starting it from the applications tab?05:19
rayluBob_Dole: cache?05:19
panfistif i put a shortcut to a vritual terminal in my ~/Desktop folder, i can get terminal access from within a GUI...how do i make a shortcut to a virtual terminal05:19
FluxDtrying that raylu05:19
Bob_Doleraylu, starting on different machines it did that05:20
FluxDraylu: root@ubuntu:/# sudo grub-install /dev/sda --root-directory=/media/disk sudo: unable to resolve host ubuntu /dev/sda: Not found or not a block device.05:20
rayluBob_Dole: still, cache05:20
rayluFluxD: oh...05:20
rayluFluxD: fix your /etc/sudoers05:20
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FluxDth0r, arand, raylu, usr13 I am going to try http://paste.ubuntu.com/176138/05:20
Atryfloobot fight <.<05:20
rayluFluxD: i assume there's a pause after you run the command?05:20
rayluFluxD: also, pastebin the output of "sudo fdisk -l" please05:21
th0rFluxD: when you are ready we can discuss the hd(0,0) thing05:21
FluxDraylu: pause? root@ubuntu:/# sudo fdisk -l sudo: unable to resolve host ubuntu cannot open /proc/partitions05:21
th0rFluxD: sounds like the drive may have crashed05:22
rayluFluxD: when you use sudo, is there a delay before the command is run?05:22
stryd_onedoes anyone know of a list of "must have" PPA's and other mods to fix known issues that are not fixed in the official repos? (such as themuso's pulseaudio PPA, etc)05:22
th0rFluxD: does xp or vista boot? Can you get even a start at booting up?05:22
FluxDth0r: I am on that drive right now05:22
FluxDth0r: vista and xp boots fine05:23
usr13FluxD: Looks like you need to edit device.map05:23
tagDoes anyone know why gvim would render the font "Monospace 9" differently than gnome-terminal ?05:23
th0rFluxD: are you on a livecd now?05:23
FluxDth0r: yes05:24
FluxDth0r, arand, raylu, usr13 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=111483405:24
usr13FluxD: Maye be an error in /media/disk/boot/grub/device.map05:24
FluxDlast error is what I get for ubuntu05:24
tagI'm finding it rather annoying.  gvim renders it as a nice, easier to read taller font than "Monospace 8".  But gnome-terminal adds what seems like a bunch of arbitrary extra space, despite the fact that the font selector dialog seems to render it the way I'd expect05:24
arandFluxD: you might want to try root (hd0,5) instead, if you still want to try to get bcd up.05:24
tagalmost as if gnome-terminal thinks it's a variable width font05:25
FluxDarand: what do you mean?05:25
PacoBuntuhow do i get permission in nautilus to copy a folder ?05:25
arandFluxD: when using the commands you put in pastebin, that should install grub to mbr on sda6... I think05:26
maxagazis it possible to convert mpeg video into flash ?05:26
FluxDokay trying05:26
th0rFluxD: arand is correct, for sda6 it should be hd0,505:26
FUbbyCDsomeone please help im trying to figure it out myself but its confusing.. im on jaunty jackalope and im wanting to install virtualbox with usb support05:26
FUbbyCDits not on the distro05:27
FUbbyCDall i see is ose05:27
FUbbyCDhow do i install the one with usb support into jaunty and will it delete my old xp installation on ose05:27
|freddy|anyone got problems running aptana? i get an error when trying to load it05:27
FUbbyCDit says something about installing the non free version05:27
PacoBuntumy floppydrive is going beserk why isnt anyone helping :(05:27
FluxDth0r, arand, raylu, usr13 http://pastebin.ca/142813305:28
arandth0r: You do use root (hd0,5) and then setup (hd0) right < it thinks the root thing is hd0?05:28
th0rarand: correct. for sda6.05:28
stryd_onePacoBuntu, there are lots of people here, so it can take weeks to get an answer, be patient :)05:29
cfeddeanyone have a solution to the flash issue with 9.04 on older hardware?05:29
panfistis it possible to remove a key from gconf editor?05:29
nadshow do I change servers?05:29
nadsI'm looking for galaxynet.org05:29
dsnydersPacoBuntu, Have you tried a different floppy disk?05:29
lstarnesnads: which client do you use?05:29
arandFluxD: That is your output? In that case it looks it might work...05:30
th0rarand: FluxD the command might be chroot instead of root05:30
lstarnesnads: I would recommend the original xchat05:30
trevori just installed ubuntu with gnome, is there a way to install lxde05:30
ralmarHey guys i was installing a deb package and the installation crashed. Now when i try to reinstall it it tells me i have to close another package manager (which is not visible). How can i fix this? Thanks05:30
nadshow do I change servers to galaxynet.org using xchat-gnome?05:30
FluxDhuh th0r ?05:30
lstarnesnads: try /server galaxynet.org05:30
zirodaytrevor: sudo apt-get install lxde ?05:30
nadsLinux newbie here05:30
arandFluxD: th0r: not within grub i don't think05:30
trevorthat didnt work05:30
trevorit didnt do anything05:30
usr13FluxD: Looks like you've got it.05:30
nadsmylinux friend installed this, I'm stuck with it for now!05:31
stryd_oneralmar, reboot and try again.05:31
th0rFluxD: the pastebin looks like you got it05:31
zirodaytrevor: you need to logout and the log back in but select LXDE as your session05:31
FluxDth0r, arand, raylu, usr13 I will readd ubuntu using bcd and test it and come back05:31
arandFluxD: Now I think you could try configuring BCD again...05:31
ralmarstryd_one,  im pretty sure this can be fixed without a reboot, dont know how though05:31
arandFluxD: exactemundo :)05:31
FluxDth0r, arand, raylu, usr13 thsnks again hopefully it works05:31
th0rFluxD: sometimes the old stuff just keeps working <smile>05:32
stryd_oneralmar, yes im sure it can, but a reboot is a quick and easy answer05:32
trevori treid that ziroday, there was no lxde session05:32
trevorit said 0 changed, 0 updated blah blah blah when i did sudo aptitude install lxde05:32
* raylu is still concerned that FluxD's fdisk -l came up all screwy05:32
usr13FluxD: As long as /media/disk/boot/grub/menu.lst and /boot/grub/device.map  have correct drive designations you should be good to go.05:32
PacoBuntuhow can i install extra gnome colors?05:33
Monevgnome colors?05:33
Monevinstall a color?05:34
zirodaytrevor: and you're sure you have the lxde package installed?05:34
trevorit says that it is in the repos now since 8.1005:34
R0b`how can i setup a script to run every hour05:34
trevori dont know if that is correct or if i have to do something else05:34
stryd_oneR0b`, use cron05:34
zirodaytrevor: install the lxde package, like you would install any other package05:34
FUbbyCDW: GPG error: http://download.virtualbox.org jaunty Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY DCF9F87B6DFBCBAE05:34
zirodaytrevor: through synaptic, apt-get or whatever05:34
zirodayFUbbyCD: you need to add the GPG key, don't worry its ignorable05:35
R0b`what is cron? i just need to know how to do a timer of some sort05:35
maxagazhow to convert at once a bunch of videos from different formats into mpeg ?05:35
trevorok this looks like it might work05:35
ziroday!cron | R0b`05:35
ubottuR0b`: cron is a way to schedule execution of software/scripts. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CronHowto  -  There is also a decent Howto at http://www.tech-geeks.org/contrib/mdrone/cron&crontab-howto.htm05:35
stryd_oneR0b`, cron is used to schedule jobs, have a google for it.05:35
zirodayR0b`: also take a look at the "at" command05:35
FUbbyCDi added the software source05:36
ultrateki get this if i type firefox in terminal: http://pastebin.com/m3d0beee405:36
songerhola gente05:36
zirodayR0b`: man at05:36
FUbbyCDbut i dont see virtualbox non free05:36
songer como estan?05:36
usr13R0b`: man crontab05:36
songeralguien que able espanol?05:36
FUbbyCDid it because of this? W: GPG error: http://download.virtualbox.org jaunty Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY DCF9F87B6DFBCBAE05:36
zirodayFUbbyCD: one sec05:36
R0b`at <time> <command>05:36
usr13R0b`: crontab -e05:36
zirodayFUbbyCD: and no it isn't05:36
dsnydersHI all.  Is there a star raiders style game for ubuntu?05:36
ubottusonger,: En la mayoría de canales Ubuntu se comunica en inglés. Para ayuda en Español, por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es.05:36
macoR0b`, no, "at <time>", hit enter,  then type the commands (hitting enter after each). when you're done, hit ctrl+D05:37
songerhello tuis is my firs time using ubuntu05:37
R0b`and will that repeat every day?05:37
panfisteven though i always reset my desktop effects to normal, and they work fine, whenever I reboot it is reset to "none:05:37
usr13R0b`: At top of file you will see the time and date field designations.05:37
ultratekwhen i type firefox in terminal i get this: http://pastebin.com/m3d0beee405:37
zirodayFUbbyCD: do wget -q http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian/sun_vbox.asc -O- | sudo apt-key add - to clear the error05:37
macoR0b`, no, that's a run-once. i was just correcting how you use the "at" command. you want to use /etc/cron.daily/cronttab for daily stuff05:37
R0b`usr13, will the at repeat every day?05:37
usr13R0b`: Yes, if you use * for day of week and * for day of month.05:38
R0b`i'm so confused right now...05:38
R0b`grrr, and i'm not much of a terminal person05:38
macoR0b`, "man 5 crontab" to start05:38
R0b`i would rather do this by GUI, but what must be done must be done05:38
zirodayFUbbyCD: and the package you want to install is virtualbox-2.205:38
usr13R0b`: If you want monday thru friday you can use 1-505:38
FUbbyCDupdating snaptic right now05:38
R0b`so i could do 1-7 correct?05:38
R0b`i need this EVERY day05:39
usr13R0b`: * for every day.05:39
usr13R0b`: Just designate time and * for all else05:40
zirodayyes FUbbyCD05:40
FUbbyCDziroday:  thanks so much.. now when i install this will it remove my xp installation05:40
FUbbyCDor just ose05:40
R0b`what if i want it to do this every hour05:40
R0b`can't i just do something with a timer?05:40
FUbbyCDbecause my xp installation is real important05:40
zirodayFUbbyCD: err it will most probably just remove virtualbox-ose05:40
R0b`like add a timer to the end of the script to make it run again an hour later?05:40
zirodayFUbbyCD: if its very important then make a backup of the VM05:40
usr13R0b`: You can run it every hour.05:40
FUbbyCDwell its not the xp installation just the vdi file05:41
mneptokR0b`: 22:40 < maco> R0b`, "man 5 crontab" to start05:41
lstarnesR0b`: that wouldn't be as efficient on resources if the script repeated itself, which is what cron/at are for05:41
usr13R0b`: You can run it every hour. Just use * for hour.05:41
FUbbyCDim like you i doubt it would remove the vdi05:41
macoR0b`, that manpage will explain it much better than we can in a channel full of other people chattering05:41
R0b`well BRB, i'll comeback if i need help05:41
zirodayFUbbyCD: yes, that's what I meant05:41
R0b`rob@XUb-Webmaster-Rob:~/Desktop$ cron05:42
R0b`cron: can't open or create /var/run/crond.pid: Permission denied05:42
R0b`rob@XUb-Webmaster-Rob:~/Desktop$ sudo cron05:42
R0b`cron: can't lock /var/run/crond.pid, otherpid may be 5992: Resource temporarily unavailable05:42
FloodBot1R0b`: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.05:42
usr13R0b`: info crontab05:42
dsnydersusr13, can't R0b`  just put a script into /etc/cron.hourly?05:42
lstarnesR0b`: I think you want crontab -e05:42
GneaR0b`: try the crontab command05:43
FUbbyCDgot my fingers crossed im sure i could use data recovery software if something messes up05:43
g0wdahello all, i'm on a live CD, trying to setup my sick 40GB HDD for fastest possible performance... in gparted sda2 branches into two partitions what does this mean??05:43
usr13dsnyders: Yes...05:44
trevorok so i got lxde running with a gnome base, and it is running unusually hot, hotter than gnome, it did this with mandriva too05:44
g0wdaalso how do i unmount linux swap partition05:44
trevoranyone know a reason why possibly?05:44
arandg0wda: it is an extended partition...05:44
zirodayg0wda: sudo swapoff -a05:44
g0wdatryin :)05:44
usr13g0wda: shouldn't matter about the swap partition.05:45
R0b`ok ok05:45
R0b`so if05:45
R0b`i dump a shell file into /etc/cron.hourly05:45
R0b`will it run every hour?05:45
usr13g0wda: YOu can try swapoff05:45
usr13Create a script for /etc/cron.hourly yes.05:46
arandg0wda: since there are a limited amount of "top level partitions" one can use extended partitions to enable creation of basically infinite numbers of partitions although at each specific branch including the top level there can only be 5 of them05:46
panfisthow do i find the path of a launcher's current icon05:47
arandg0wda: sorry, that was incomprehensible...05:47
dsnydersR0b`,  Yes.  The system runs the scripts in cron.hourly every hour.05:47
songerhello people05:47
g0wdaI'm stuck with the branched partition... there's no enough space inside or outside the branch where i can paste the partition that has my data (12GB)05:47
songer this is my first time using ubuntu05:47
songerand I have some issues05:47
dsnydersR0b`, just make sure the script works properly first before copying it to that directory.05:48
R0b`so in about 12 minutes05:48
R0b`my script should run05:48
R0b`i know it works05:48
P4R4can someone help me resolve an I/O error when trying to boot into live disk in 9.04?05:48
R0b`i wrote it, and every thing i write works05:48
songeranybody can help me05:48
FloodBot1R0b`: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.05:48
g0wdawait, i'll put a screenshot somewher :)05:48
dsnydersR0b`, It depends on your crontab file.  Mine fires at 17 minutes past the hour05:48
arandg0wda: basically you can only have five partitions, but if one of these five are an extended one, you can have five partitons inside that partion... and so on...05:48
R0b`i'm not flooding05:48
CoJaBo-AztecEverything I write crashes lol05:48
R0b`hmmm... well05:48
songer help pleas05:49
dsabeckyR0b`: Don't use 20 lines to say one sentence. It's not a race.05:49
Brack10I have a laptop that takes SODIMM PC 5300 and I have 5400, is that ok?05:49
songerI can't use tuxtyping05:49
=== P4R4 is now known as P4R41
R0b`i still think i might take the perl approach to uploading the stats btw... i couldnt' figure any of the stuff you guys sugested earlier, i had epic fails05:49
ralmarHey guys im trying to connect to a cisco vpn with the networkmanager-vpnc but it always fails. is there any way i can see the error output or why it fails? Thanks05:50
songerdoes anybady can help me?05:50
g0wdaafter copying a partition to another place can i delete the source? (note:changes are qued not yet applied :)05:50
CoJaBo-Aztecralmar: It isn't actually implemented.05:50
CoJaBo-Aztecralmar: The buttons are pretty much "just painted on".05:50
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songerwhen I open tuxtyping the screen says out of range05:50
ralmarCoJaBo-Aztec,  yeah it is...05:51
ralmarCoJaBo-Aztec, I have networkmanager-vpnc05:51
|freddy|if i want to uninstall xulrunner and i go like this sudo apt-get remove xulrunner......i get a lot of packages that will be auto removed as well...but i just want to remove xulrunner not the packages within...05:51
ultratekcan somebody help me with this: http://pastebin.com/m544cbc1a05:51
CoJaBo-Aztecralmar: Well, if you get it to do anything but non-functional GUI controls, do let me know.05:51
ultratekit happens when i run firefox from terminal05:51
ultratekfirefox opens but will not load any page.....05:52
g0wdaok... gparted said you can't so, i'm applying the changes (copying) and then deleting05:52
ralmarCoJaBo-Aztec, ive had progress but need to know how to get terminal error output05:52
coreymanAnyone know how I can turn acapi back on through grub?05:53
CoJaBo-Aztecralmar: I would suspect it logs somewhere, but not sure... What did you do to get that far?05:53
P4R41can anyone help me set boot options for the live cd, every time i attempt to boot into the live cd the cd stops spinning and i get a i/o error and crash05:53
coreymanp4r41 on the new cd?05:54
arandcoreyman: have you edited grub to use acpi=off (or something like that) as a boot option for the kernel?05:54
hax0r1337Is there a way to encrypt packets on unsecured wireless network?05:54
coreymanarand i did it with the cd installer.05:54
P4R41coreyman: yeh, 9.0405:54
ralmarCoJaBo-Aztec, I installed a modified version that alload CA certificates05:54
coreymanp4r41 i had to turn acapi off05:54
songerhello help pleas05:54
usser_hax0r1337, vpn, ssh tunnels05:55
songerI can' use tuxtyping05:55
FUbbyCDziroday:  hay05:55
P4R41coreyman: i'll try right now. its on the computer next to me05:55
arandcoreyman: you want to permanently enable?05:55
coreymanp4r41 k05:55
coreymanarand yes05:55
FUbbyCDI just installed virtualbox 2.2 and it does not show up in the start menu05:55
ed2efp4r41, did u check the md5sum before burn the cd?05:55
FUbbyCDhow do i start it?05:55
hax0r1337usser_:  what about like net browsing?05:55
coreymanarand is there a grub config file.05:55
nevynI'm having troubles with ipmasq and networkmanager initiated ppp connections05:56
P4R41ed2ef: the cd is good and i've installed from it on a different computer a few hours ago with no issue05:56
arandcoreyman: edit the file menu.lst in /boot/grub/menu.lst and remove any acpi-off references05:56
nevynis this a known problem? basically networkmanager is being used to start a ppp connection for a mobile broadband interface but it doesn't call /etc/ppp/ip-up when the link is established which means that ipmasq doesn't re-compute the iptables rules05:56
friendishanWhere can i get themes for ubuntu 8.10 ?05:56
P4R41so should i set acpi=off, noapic, nolapic?05:57
fljohnhaving problems with 9.04.  Just updated from 8.04 and when I go into display, the display portion locks up and my 4 cores go haywire.05:57
ed2efP4R41, probably a good idea05:57
ed2effirst acpi=off05:57
coreymanarand ok05:57
ed2efthen if won't work, start to play around05:57
friendishanWhere can i get themes for ubuntu 8.10 ?05:57
P4R41i turned all 3 on, i/o error now05:58
panfistis there a command line command to change the visual effects from none to normal?05:58
jyg_I'm installing over what is currently a fedora9 system, with the following partition config, and I get the error also typed out in the following pastebin: http://pastebin.ca/142815405:58
ed2effriendishan, www.gnome-look.org05:58
songerhello I'm new whit ubuntu05:58
jyg_I'm not sure I understand what the installers problem is05:58
songer And I need some help05:58
fljohnHello songer, so am I05:58
friendishanok thanks05:58
jyg_the /media is like any other ext3 partition05:58
ed2efthe cd driver is working fine?05:58
geniiultratek:Since we know from previous conversation it's the 32/64 firefox issue I suggest to install: http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/f/firefox-3.0/firefox-3.0_3.0.10+nobinonly-0ubuntu0.9.04.1_amd64.deb05:58
songerI am05:59
friendishaned2ef and is there anything else i need to install before installing a theme?05:59
usser_hax0r1337, http://paulstamatiou.com/2008/05/16/how-to-surf-securely-with-ssh-tunnel05:59
ed2effriendishan, i think not, normally u just need to extract the theme to ~/.themes or /usr/share/themes05:59
usr13songer: Keep your comments allon one line05:59
g0wdawhat is the diff b/w a logical partition and a primary partition?05:59
friendishaned2ef and which kind of theme shud i install05:59
P4R41cd driver works fine, i did a wubi install before to ntfs and the generic cd-rom driver was fine05:59
ralmarHey guys i cant connect to a vpn with network-manager-vpnc.. is there anyway i can see the error output of why its not connecting?06:00
ed2effriendishan, if it didnt work, see if u need a specific non-installed gtk-engine06:00
ndenxzmy friend why my ubuntu can't installed to my laptop?06:00
songerwhat's thats meen06:00
ndenxzmy laptop is axioo06:00
g0wdawhat is the diff b/w a logical partition and a primary partition?06:00
hax0r1337usser_: thank you :)06:01
fornixg0wda: a hard disk can only have 4 primary partitions. to overcome this limitation we use logical drives within an extended partition (extended is type of a primary partition)06:01
jyg_g0wda, a logical partition doesn't actually hold data, its a container for real partitions06:01
P4R41logical paritions exist within primary partitions06:01
ndenxzubuntu can't installed06:01
dsnydersHI all.  Is there a star raiders style game for ubuntu?06:01
friendishaned2ef but there r types of themes GTK , GDM , etc06:01
ralmarHey guys i cant connect to a vpn with network-manager-vpnc.. is there anyway i can see the error output of why its not connecting?06:02
jyg_does Ubuntu not like partitions named "/media" ?06:02
g0wdaoh... thank you... so setting up only 4 primary 1s will be helpful for performance?06:02
friendishaned2ef which 1 shud i install ?06:02
arandfornix: btw can you have extended inside extended?06:02
dsabeckyfriendishan: Go for a GTK theme and a metacity theme.06:02
artistxhola songer06:02
usser_hax0r1337, no problem06:02
Starnestommyg0wda: how many partitions you have won't affect performance much if at all06:02
ed2efP4R41, did u search on ubuntuforums.org?maybe its a buggy bios or some other little thing that u can solve without cheat codes, or not06:02
friendishandsabecky ok06:02
fornixarand: i am not sure about that06:02
songerwhat's up?06:02
nevynStarnestommy: I wouldn't bet on that.06:03
songerI need help06:03
songer can you help me?06:03
artistxsorry no spick inglish06:03
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friendishanis GTK a full theme and not just a login ?06:03
ed2effriendishan, well man, its up to u, if u want to change the theme of ubuntu(so u r using a gtk desktop envirioment, then gtk theem)06:03
dsnydersjyg_, /media is a directory for hot mounted filesystems, like on usb thumb drives and cds06:03
g0wdaI've had experience on windows tho... having 1 partition or 11(yeah 11 on a 40GB HDD) sucks ass06:03
songer necesito algo de ayuda06:03
ed2effriendishan, but if u want to change the gdm theme or some other stuff, its up 2 u06:04
panfistwhats is the command for the GDM settings window? (system > admin > login window)06:04
artistxestamos igual06:04
eclipse__Is there a way to shorten a long command into a shorter one? .... EG. mencode -ovc lavc -oac copy file.avi -o fileout.avi   #INTO# mymencode file.avi -o fileout.avi06:04
ubottuEn la mayoría de canales Ubuntu se comunica en inglés. Para ayuda en Español, por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es.06:04
friendishanthe default Human which 1 is it ?06:04
dsnydersjyg_, You should leave it alone.06:04
P4R41i have. i've been trying to resolve it for hours now. I've even tried installing via wubi to ext2 in windows using ext2 ifs but the install didn't allow for me to customize the install at all06:04
songerjajaj es mi primera ves que instalo ubuntu y tengo unos pequenos inconvenientes06:04
lstarnespanfist: gksudo gdmsetup06:04
jyg_dsnyders, ah ok,fedora isn't as picky about it ... I was able to mount a partition there and also use it for hot mounting06:04
ed2efP4R41, did u try the cheat codes on boot?06:05
friendishanman i want a theme that will change the desktop etc06:05
panfistthank you06:05
songerwhats's the problem?06:05
artistxdeseguro es con la red inalambrica06:05
friendishanand not just the login page06:05
ed2effriendishan, u want to change the gtk theme then06:05
jyg_dnsyders, thanks for the heads up... bummer it needs to be changed thought as I have programs (like picasa) that depend on the path :p06:05
P4R41what do you mean by cheat codes?06:05
ed2efP4R41, acpi=of or noacpi, noapic, nolapic06:05
songer quiero utilizar el tuxtyping06:05
dsnydersjyg_, it will probably work just fine, as long as you don't use any of the names that the automount system will use.06:05
ed2efP4R41, and others06:05
songer  y me lo maximisa y el monitor me dise out of range06:05
P4R41oh i am, im going thru them and trying multiple combos and alone as well06:05
Myrtti!es | songer06:06
ubottusonger: En la mayoría de canales Ubuntu se comunica en inglés. Para ayuda en Español, por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es.06:06
eclipse__Is there a way to shorten a long command into a shorter one? .... EG. mencode -ovc lavc -oac copy file.avi -o fileout.avi   #INTO# mymencode file.avi -o fileout.avi06:06
artistxno pos ni se para que es el programa06:06
FluxDThanks to all who helped me fix the grub error06:06
g0wdacan I copy a partition with a diff destination file sys in gpared?06:06
artistxno estan mandado al canal en espa;ol songer06:06
songerubottu what's the problem? I don't foud help ther06:07
ubottuI am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)06:07
dsnyderseclipse__, Yes, just write a script.06:07
storbeckeclipse__: just put it in a script06:07
songerque se balla al diablo06:07
eclipse__can I throw a sh file into /bin ?06:07
storbeckbeat me to it :P06:07
ubottuThe #ubuntu, #kubuntu and #xubuntu channels are English only. For a complete list of channels in other languages, please visit http://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat06:07
storbeckyes eclipse__06:07
eclipse__ok, thanks06:07
P4R41noapic doesn't cause an io error but it does hang without giving any form of error06:07
P4R41the others when used alone still cause an io error06:08
P4R41trying different combos now06:08
coreymanp4r41 edd on?06:08
friendishani downloaded a theme but it's in zip format06:08
jyg_dsnyders, i'll just install it under '/data' or something and change the mount point after I install... see what happens ;)06:08
ed2efP4R41, try to boot without the visual stuffs, i think its the safe mode06:08
ed2efor something like that06:08
storbeckmight want to use: mencode -ovc lavc -oac copy $i.avi -o $iout.avi06:08
P4R41ok, will do06:08
storbeckthen just type: script movie06:08
dsnydersjyg_, what are you trying to mount?06:08
ultratekcan someone help me?06:08
storbeckoops, replace $i with $106:09
artistxy entonces para que es tu programa06:09
ed2effriendishan, its probably in .tar.gz or .tar.bz2, right?like theme-i-downloaded.tar.gz²06:09
panfistis there a way to enable a wifi notification to correspond with my notebooks hard switch?06:09
songerque paso06:09
artistxpara que es tu programa_06:09
artistxel que no te funca06:09
songeres para aprender a escribir bien06:09
geniiultratek: Did you try to install the 64bit firefox package from ubuntu that I directed you to earlier?06:09
jyg_dsnyders, its just a partition (06:09
g0wdacan I copy a partition with a diff destination file sys in gparted or any other tool?06:09
artistxpara laortografia_06:10
songersi funsiona solo que  se maximisa06:10
ultratekwell apparently i think there is only 32 bit firefox06:10
mrynitwhy does the wifi manager automaticly connect to open networks?06:10
artistxm esta raro06:10
songersi agarrar practica y utilizar los dedos correspondientes06:10
ultratekas you can only download i68606:10
Myrtti!english | artistx, songer06:10
ubottuartistx, songer: 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/InternetRelayChat06:10
ultratekand that is what is listed as ubuntu friendly in synaptic06:10
dsnydersjyg_, /mnt is free for temporarily mounting stuff manually.06:10
P4R41what does edd=on do?06:10
mrynitMyrtti, hate crime06:11
artistxpues yo ahorita igual estoy probando un programanuevo el artistx pero yo instaleubuntu hace unos meses ya06:11
songerdo you have any problem?06:11
konamsuddenly ubuntu takes up all the space in my root partition... i grew my partition by one GB but then it took up all that space.. is that a bug?06:11
xTheGoat121xSo I've noticed that, on Intrepid, it seems that Gnome-Power-Manager is buggy... takes a while to update when I switch to battery, doesn't dim the display, etc.06:11
Myrttimrynit: huh?06:11
songer Y can't found help there06:11
Myrttisonger: please use english here06:11
songerso help me06:11
geniiultratek: No, the 64 bit version directly from Ubuntu is here: http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/f/firefox-3.0/firefox-3.0_3.0.10+nobinonly-0ubuntu0.9.04.1_amd64.deb      Note the "amd64" part in the name which designates 64bit06:12
artistxm what honly inglish_06:12
g0wdacan I copy a partition with a diff destination file sys in gparted or any other tool?06:12
lyraeHi. Just installed 9.04. I can't find xchat, among other things in synaptic. howcome?06:12
artistxwhat only inglish_06:12
songerwhere are  you ?06:12
lstarneslyrae: did you enable the universe repository?06:12
geniiultratek: If you download that file, you can install it with: sudo dpkg -i firefox-3.0_3.0.10+nobinonly-0ubuntu0.9.04.1_amd64.deb06:12
songer  If you don't gonna help me06:12
CoJaBo-Aztecsonger: Whats the problem?06:12
lyraelstarnes: i think so. I look in repositories and all are checked. however, none say 'universal'06:13
coreymanim having trouble connecting to my Wireless Access Point, I can connect to the ones at school. Any help? I even tried turning off security06:13
songer ok  Y can use tux typing06:13
lstarneslyrae: universe, not universal06:13
lyraei see restricted, canonical, community maintained, proprietary06:13
lstarneslyrae: community-maintained is what you want06:13
songer when I open it  the monitor says aout of range06:13
lstarneslyrae: which package manager are you using?06:13
lyraelstarnes: yes then its checked.06:13
g0wdais ext4 better than ext3 for older haddisks?06:14
g0wdamine's a 2000 make06:14
friendishani installed 106:14
songer cual es tu problema?06:14
artistxque paso songer06:14
CoJaBo-Aztecsonger: Are there any instructions for the program saying how to change its resolution or start it in windowed mode?06:14
konamis there a way to produce a .log file with LAME06:14
ed2effriendishan, its working?06:14
ultrateksame issue06:14
losherg0wda: no, dunno where you got that idea. ext4 isn't really stable enough yet for general use, in my opinion06:15
jyg_dsnyders, this isn't a temporary mounting... i'll figured something out.  renaming the mtpoint as a last resort06:15
friendishanbut now it says this theme will not work as intended because the required icon theme "black-white_2-style" is not installed06:15
artistxbueno ya me voy06:16
songer cual es tu problema?06:16
artistxme quedo con ubuntu porque artist x tiene mas problemas esta mas chido pero me es mas dificil06:16
dsnydersjyg_, There's no actual problem with using /media/mymountpoint, or something like that.06:16
pegonI am on xfce4..and in the panel how do I get that little icon that shows me if my laptop is plugged in or running on battery?06:16
ed2efinstall the refer icon theme06:16
friendishaned2ef but now it says this theme will not work as intended because the required icon theme "black-white_2-style" is not installed06:17
dsnydersjyg_, just don't use /media by itself.06:17
songery de donde escribes artist x06:17
ed2efthere is on gnome-look a icon section06:17
friendishanwhere? ed2ef06:17
artistxdel df  y tu_06:17
jyg_argh...forgot to check that the sd card reader works06:17
songersoy de puebla06:17
ozatomichmm my mythbuntu box is sitting a Load Avg: 31.61, 28.91, 22.76 < ==== thats not noraml is it06:17
songer  pero radico en california06:18
Myrttiartistx, songer: I've told you about million times now to use English as it's the official language of this channel. This is about the final warning to start using it, and only it, or be kicked from the channel06:18
artistxyo soy de morelos06:18
artistxpero vivo en el df06:18
friendishaned2ef but now it says this theme will not work as intended because the required icon theme "black-white_2-style" is not installed and if u r telling me write friendishan plz06:18
g0wdalosher: kernel 2.6.28 has the production ext4, which they recommend... it's stable...06:18
g7join #judi06:18
geniiartistx , songer : Inglés aquí en #ubuntu. Español en el #ubuntu-es06:18
ed2effriendishan, downlad the icon theme pack, dude, its simple like that06:19
jyg_ozatomic,sounds like your config is too weak to be myth06:19
friendishanno theme pack06:19
losherg0wda: yes it does, yes they do, and no, it's not stable...06:19
friendishanjust 1 download link there06:19
artistxgenii te molesta el espa;ol what is your problem06:19
ed2efso, dowload it06:19
R0b`so its been like 30 minutes, and it still hasn't ran the script06:19
ed2efwhat is the problem?06:19
R0b`should have ran it at 1:0006:19
ozatomicjyg_: its been running fine for awhile now just started happaning this week06:19
CoJaBo-Aztecsonger: Do you happen to have a different monitor you could try it with?06:19
ShazbotMcNastyI'm trying to install tint2, but when I get the .deb, or sudo apt-get install tint2 i get this error: http://crunchbanglinux.org/pastebin/24906:20
jyg_ozatomic, caching issue?06:20
pegonI am on xfce4..and in the panel how do I get that little icon that shows me if my laptop is plugged in or running on battery?06:20
FullHeadssh user:root pw:123456 port:992206:20
geniiartistx: The issue is that there is already much conversation which is in the native laguage of the channel. For discussion in another language you should travel to the appropriate place.06:20
artistxya me voy songer06:20
ozatomichmm well it did have that compcache activated and then i did an upgrade and its now turned off06:20
Myrttipegon: have you tried #xubuntu06:20
artistxun saludo06:20
ozatomici was reading tehre was bugs init anyway06:20
artistxsiento no haberte podido ayudar06:20
pegonno i haven't but I will thanks06:20
ozatomicjyg_: Swap:   883532k total,   883532k used,        0k free,     3308k cached06:21
Bob_DoleThank you, Myrtti.06:21
jyg_oza, looks a bit full heh06:21
ozatomicyes yes it does06:21
friendishani think i'll get other theme06:21
ozatomiccan i make it bigger?06:21
ralmarswhois ralmar06:21
jyg_bigger might not be the solution. find out why its filling up06:22
ed2efk, but u can use the theme u got without the icon pack06:22
neer1My video adapter is not working after upgrading to ubuntu 9.0406:22
mrynitis there a way i can configure the network manager such that it never connects to any open wifi access point?06:22
neer1do you guys have any idea06:22
ozatomicjyg_: is there a way to tell whats using teh cache?06:23
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Bob_DoleNeer, what video chip?06:23
artistxpinches mamones06:23
dsnydersG'night all!06:23
neer1I upgraded from 8.04 to 9.0406:23
Bob_DoleSome older intel and ATI and Nvidia cards lost support06:23
Chr|sneer1: video card? proprietary driver enabled?06:23
th0rmrynit: do you mean never connects, or never connects automatically?06:23
ed2effriendishan, i like to use this one : http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/GOTCHIONE?content=9319706:23
jigpwin 206:23
FarrisGI've got a machine running 8.10 that keeps turning the display off every 30 minutes. If I hit  a key on the keyboard, it'll come back, but I use this machine as an HTPC. I've got all the power settings turned off in both Gnome and Xorg. Any idea what else might be shutting it off?06:23
mrynitth0r, automatically06:23
ed2efon xubuntu it looks nice06:24
MyrttiBob_Dole: leave it to the ops06:24
friendishaned2ef i downloaded that 1 and now how do install it?06:24
th0rmrynit: I am searching for the same info. Haven't found anything yet06:24
Bob_DoleBut I want to be mean .-.06:24
artistxMyrty you are un endejo jajaja06:24
Chr|sneer1: ?06:24
th0rmrynit: you know you can disable the automatic by editing the access point06:24
mrynitth0r, windows will warn you before it connects. I would expect better from ubuntu06:24
neer1Chris: I don't know06:24
ed2effriendishan, the theme u downloaded its like "theme.tar.gz" or "theme.tar.bz2", right?06:25
neer1I am stuck in a console mode06:25
neer1nothing working06:25
mrynitth0r, i want it not auto connect on any AP. that mean new ones and ones i have already seen06:25
jyg_install screwed up grub06:25
Chr|sneer1: Go to System > Administration > Hardware Drivers and check06:25
friendishaned2ef it is theme.tar.gz06:25
mrynitth0r, im thinking of switching to a different network manager06:25
th0rmrynit: yeah...me too. I am getting tired of having to go into each connection and disable the automatic one at a time06:25
Chr|sneer1: oh console only no GUI?06:25
subbHey. Can I ask a question? I'm trying to install Ubuntu 9.04. I've created a partition on my Windows 7 drive and installed Unbuntu there. Also, I've installed Grub this partition, so Windows 7's bootloader would chainload to Grub (with the help of EasyBCD). I get to the point where I can choose between 7 and Ubuntu.06:25
neer1it says Ubuntu is running in low graphics mode06:26
ed2effriendishan, k now extract that file to ~/.themes or /usr/share/themes(on this folder, u need to be root to do it)06:26
neer1and I cannot go throught06:26
mrynitneer1, what driver do you have in your xorg.conf/06:26
ShishKababHi. Is there some command line program like cp available that has a progress bar?06:26
subbHowever, it can't find the bootloader at  \NST\nst_grub-5612303F6575E99F46DCFEA8148BBB57.mbr06:26
th0rShishKabab: not that I know of06:26
neer1mrynit: where to find xorg.conf06:27
ed2effriendishan, see if u clicking on the right mouse button on the theme, if there a option to extract, then extract it to ~/.themes06:27
mrynitneer1,  less /etc/X11/xorg.conf06:27
coreymanWhen I installed ubuntu I checked a free only option somehow, how do i disable that since I need to install nvidia drivers06:27
mrynitneer1, you have to be root to edit the file06:27
NvidiaUsersubb: I'm totally well kinda new to linux but EasyBCD and Grub are both boot loaders. Wouldn't you just need one?06:28
neer1mrynit: I have entered it06:28
mrynitcoreyman, in synaptic set the repos to include closed/proprietary sources. the find restricted kernel moduals/ drivers for nvidia06:28
losherShishKabab: you can use rsync to copy files, and it will show progress.06:28
neer1mrynit: now what to do?06:28
mrynitneer1,  look around for drivers and settings06:28
coreymanmrynit thx06:28
friendishaned2ef it says u do not have the right permissions to extarct in file://usr/share/themes06:28
mrynitcoreyman, i have no idea if that would work but it sounds like a good start06:29
friendishaned2ef it says u do not have the right permissions to extarct in file://usr/share/themes  eventhough i am the admin06:29
ed2effriendishan, what i told u?u need to be root to extract to this place, its better extract to ~/.themes06:29
neer1mrynit: there is no driver and settings inside06:29
subbNvidiaUser : mmm maybe, but I'm scared to screw up something by overriding the Windows 7 boot loader06:30
mrynitunder section device> driver06:30
friendishanwhere is ~/.themes ? ed2ef06:30
neer1under "device" there is no driver06:30
coreymanmrynit i think this is going to work, i just enabled for proprietary drivers.06:30
mrynitcoreyman, k. tell me if you get the drives06:30
neer1mrynit: there is no dirvers inside device06:31
ed2effriendishan, the location is "/home/<ur-user>/.themes" but u can type this location "~/.themes"06:31
Bob_DoleAt least prior to BCD(and probably still with) you HAD to have 2 boot loaders for the simple fact that Grub can't boot windows directly and nothing MS makes is going to be able to boot linux.06:31
ed2effriendishan, its the same thing06:31
coreymanmrynit its working.06:31
ed2effriendishan, as "$HOME/.themess"06:31
mrynitcoreyman, cool. know i konw how to install drivers :)06:31
mrynitneer1, then you dont have any video drivers install so you cannot get gui06:32
ShishKabablosher: The last time I used rsync (with -rav switches) I didn't see a progress bar, but it showed which files it was copying (like with cp -v). I need to see per-file progress for copying big files, like with scp. Hey, maybe scp also works for local files!06:32
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neer1mrynit: then what can I do06:32
mrynitneer1, try running sudo init 506:32
neer1mrynit: it was working fine when I was using 8.0406:32
friendishaned2ef i extracted now what do i do? to chnge the theme ?06:33
subbBob_Dole : thanks for reminding me that I'm not doing stupid stuff :)06:33
ed2effriendishan, maybe u need to create the folder .themes on your home dir, if is the case, go to your home dir(/home/your-user) and create a folder named ".themes" without the quotes06:33
coreymanmrynit thats only if you tick the free software only box.. i think proprietary drivers are enabled by default if you dont06:33
mrynitneer1, tail /var/log/Xorg.0.log06:33
mrynitcoreyman, yes06:33
[ucb]kevinperhaps someone can help me with the following: windows are opening in such an initial position that the title bare is hidden behind my main ubuntu "apps place system etc.." bar -- how can I fix this?06:33
ed2effriendishan, i dunno, i never really used gnome, but start to look on the menus06:33
ayothere are source code in kernel, but make menuconfig, there is no responding config option, how to do with it?06:34
neer1mrynit: it says no such directory or file06:34
coreymankevin right click, move left click drag06:34
ed2effriendishan, probably u gonna see something like "apparence"  or other stuff like this06:34
mrynitth0r, are you still looking at wifi manager?06:34
mrynitneer1, ls /var/log/X*06:34
th0rmrynit: I am still trying to disable automatic ... but google hasn't been much help06:35
Bob_Dolesubb: what?06:35
ayothere are some items in Makefile and Kconfig about ath5x, how to show menu in "make menuconfig"?06:35
neer1mrynit: now06:35
friendishaned2ef thanks now it looks good06:35
ed2effriendishan, did u got it?06:36
friendishaned2ef i figured it out in some other way06:36
* Bob_Dole quit using windows entirely towards the end of service pack 2 being the latest SP for windows out.06:36
ed2effriendishan, nice!now have fun on gnome-look!06:36
Bob_DoleSP2 for windows XP*06:36
friendishanbut the desktop image didn't change ed2ef06:36
wtli have a broadcom BCM4312. the download is very slow on ubuntu but it's fast on windows. any idea/06:36
coreymanI am unable to connect to secure Wireless Access Points with knetworkmanagement what am I doing wrong.06:36
jyg_uh, there's no /boot/grub directory on my fresh install of 9.09 :-/06:37
subbBob_Dole : I'm pretty newb at this booting stuff, so someone else telling me I'm not doing something completely stupid feels good (kinda)06:37
ed2effriendishan, there is some icons packs there, but u can install someones by using the synaptic or the apt-get06:37
neer1mrynit: it says "couldn't allocate video memory06:37
Bob_Dolesubb, ah. OK.06:37
ed2effriendishan, u need to change it manually06:37
mrynitneer1, what command did you run?06:37
neer1tail /var/log/Xorg.0.log06:38
friendishaned2ef how ?06:38
friendishaned2ef i installed gtk2 ubuntu looks06:38
snowycan I get some quick help with java from someone out there?06:38
ed2effriendishan, google it! 2=) , as i already told u, i dont use gnome, so i dunno06:39
jyg_and install didnt create a user06:39
friendishanbut it says there is a later version use a software channel ed2ef how do i get the software channel ?06:39
mrynitneer1, you need to install the video drivers if you want a gui06:39
jyg_wtf :p06:39
friendishaned2ef ok06:39
snowyI am trying to get the sun jre, but even after installing the 1.6 it I still get 'java version "1.5.0"06:39
snowy' after typing java -version06:39
neer1mrynit: but I don't know how to do it06:39
coreymanhow come ctrl-alt-backspace doesn't work anymore06:39
coreymanwhat should I use.06:39
Myrtti!language | jyg_06:39
ubottujyg_: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family friendly.06:39
ubottuTo re-enable the Ctrl+Alt+Backspace combination that restarts your X server, you can install the "dontzap" package and use the command « sudo dontzap --disable ». The combination Alt+SysRq+K can also be used to obtain a similar effect.06:39
mrynitneer1, what card do you have?06:39
neer1mrynit: I think conxentant or something like that06:40
ed2effriendishan, what's the gtk2 ubuntu look, a engine or a theme?06:40
coreymansweet thx06:40
losherShishKabab: scp will do local copies  I think. But check out the --progress switch to rsync06:40
mrynitneer1, what type of computer is this?06:41
neer1mrynit: compaq V3211TU06:41
ShishKabablosher: Thanks for the tip! I'll try it later on.06:41
coreymanI would like a widget to appear on my bottom panel, how?06:41
jyg_So why would a fresh install not install grub at all and then not create a default/initial uses?06:41
neer1mrynit: celeron06:41
mrynitneer1, lspci and look for something that looks like a video card06:41
friendishanengine ed2ef06:42
th0rcoreyman: right click on the panel and choose Customize06:42
th0rcoreyman: oops...choose Add06:42
ed2effriendishan, and where is telling you that u need to upgrade this engine?06:42
th0rcoreyman: and you know you can move items from one panel to another. Right click on the item and choose Move06:43
neer1mrynit: there are lot of controller06:43
ed2effriendishan, im asking that, because engine is a little more complicade to  upgrade. The safer and easy way to do it is using the apt-get or synaptic, but u ll get not the lasted version, probably06:43
Etheraelis there a way to make an X program display it's output as wallpaper?06:44
neer1mrynit: PCI Bridge, ISA bridge, IDE interface06:44
sleepy_catIRC community for office org06:44
neer1mrynit: Ethernet controller, network controller06:44
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losherjyg_: doesn't sound right. Maybe your install bombed out before completing? You can do grub-install by hand, and add a user by hand, but who knows what else you're missing. Re-do the install?06:44
coreymanth0r thanks06:44
mrynitneer1, lspci | grep ati -i ; lspci | grep nvidia -i06:45
jyg_losher, I tried, but grub isnt even in /boot.  So I booted off a usb drive I have which I did an full install and copied /boot/grub over to the internal drive's  root... still had issues.  bleh06:45
friendishaned2ef i like my new theme thanks^^06:46
losherjyg_: usually an install leaves a log file behind (I forget where). You might check that for clues...06:46
mrynitneer1, you have to find what video card you have and find the drivers for it06:46
friendishaned2eg i like my new theme thanks^^06:46
friendishaned2eg i like my new theme thanks^^06:46
friendishaned2eg i like my new theme thanks^^06:46
FloodBot1friendishan: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.06:46
jyg_losher, thanks06:46
jyg_losher, in fedora is /root06:46
billybigrigger_can someone help me with my crontab? im trying to have cron update awstats every ten minutes, but it doesnt update...but if i run the command by hand, the awstats page on my web site updates....06:46
ed2efnp dude!06:46
billybigrigger_10 *    * * *   root    /usr/lib/cgi-bin/awstats.pl -config=thefrozencanuck.ca -update >/dev/null06:47
neer1mrynit: unline "Network Controller" or "Ethernet Controller" nothing is written about video controller here06:47
friendishanfloodbot1 ?06:47
billybigrigger_does that command not run the /usr/lib........ command every 10 mins?06:47
losherjyg_: somewhere in /var/log ?06:47
friendishaned2ef what does that bot mean ?06:47
ed2efu send a lot of messagens making a flood06:47
friendishanI need to set up my gmail account on  evolution mail06:48
ed2efbut he dont kick u, so, its cool06:48
jyg_losher, looking in boyth places, seeinh nothing relevant06:48
mrynitneer1, what version of ubuntu did you install?06:48
mrynitneer1, if its a compaq computer you can try looking up the info for the computer to find out what video card it has06:49
coldserverIn Linux, whats the standard if you want to have multiple versions of a library installed?06:49
friendishanI need to set up my gmail account on  evolution mail  how do i do that ?06:49
blendmaster1024that's basically impossible, coldserver . they would interfere too much06:49
jyg_losher, there's some dropping that has some info in it , something aout perm denied for /root/.pangorc' ... something in Ubiquity06:49
Bob_Dolelspci makes me happy, and makes my life easier, even on the odd occasion I need to support windows.06:50
ACefriendishan: http://tuxicity.wordpress.com/2007/03/08/howto-set-up-gmail-in-evolution-gnomes-mail-client-and-organizer/06:50
tank-mancoldserver, you need to setup a chroot environment06:50
friendishanace i already read that but it didn't help06:51
* Bob_Dole away-from-room/channel's again.06:51
losherjyg_: not sure that's fatal. pango is optional I think. Might be better to redo the installation from scratch and watch it more closely?06:51
ACefriendishan I thought it was pretty straight foward...where are you lost?06:51
friendishani completed that wizard befor i read anything06:52
friendishanso i need to start the wizard again but where ?06:52
neer1mrynit: I am looking for the name of the driver06:52
neer1mrynit: I mean the card06:52
bullgard4[AlsaMixer] What do the control item names 'Master' and 'Master M' mean? Card='Intel82801DB-ICH4'06:52
ACefriendishan incoming mail uses googles pop server which is pop.gmail.com and uses an ssl encryption, outgoing is stmp.gmail.com and also uses ssl encryption...after putting in your username and password where it prompts you, you should be good to go06:53
friendishan i completed that wizard befor i read anything ace06:53
MyrttiACe: special reason for recommending pop?06:53
friendishanace whre do i start the wizard again06:53
mrynitneer1, i cant really help much any more. you could try install fedora or some other distro that has newer drivers built in. ubuntu is some what behind the times06:53
marcos2some help to fix the sound recording in Ubuntu 8.10? I have a Dell Inspiron 142006:53
friendishanace whre do i start the wizard again and delete the current configuration ?06:54
ACefriendishan edit -> preferences06:54
neer1mrynit: it has Mobile Intel 945M Express Chipset Family Video Driver06:56
jeevanhow is concurrency is maintained in memcache??? aegis06:56
P4R41if i have 9.04 installed on an ntfs system, would i be able to modify the partition to ext4?06:56
mrynitneer1, google it up. i cant help you anymore06:56
ay^P4R41: I doubt it06:56
g0wdawhat is the best way to partition your hard disk?06:56
jeevanhow is concurrency is maintained in memcache??? mrynit06:57
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mrynitjeevan, what06:57
g0wdaone for /home?? and one for /etc??06:57
ay^g0wda: I prefer the gui in windows vista for partitioning, but is that what you mean by "best"?06:57
blendmaster1024mrynit: look at this, lol... ignore the cuss please.. http://www.fuckinggoogleit.com06:57
ed2efP4R41, u cant install linux on a ntfs file system06:57
ay^g0wda: d'oh! I totally missunderstood your question06:57
jyg_losher, i went into the advanced table, just before committing to install, and realized it was set to put the bootloader on 'hd0' .. which i sould suppose translates to /dev/sda ... i hope it did not install to the top fo the device!  if it did, it wrecked my windows part... for not its set to /dev/sda2, my root06:57
ed2efP4R41, what wubi does, is make a image on this partition, then format that image with a linux file system06:58
friendishanAce done deleting now where do i start the wizard06:58
lstarnesg0wda: it's most common to use one for swap, one for /, and one for /home06:58
ay^g0wda: I usually just use a / a /home and a /boot06:58
ay^g0wda: ah and a swap for hibernating06:58
ACefriendishan: edit->preferences, then click on the add button06:58
lstarnesg0wda: / should be fairly large since it would then contain everything not under /home06:58
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P4R41ed2ef: the partition still showed up as ntfs after the install06:59
g0wdawhat's the use of using one for boot? and it will only require 100mbs i guess ;)06:59
losherg0wda: I like 10G for root, double the ram size for swap, separate /home. I like to keep a spare 10G root partition also06:59
friendishanace ok thanks^^06:59
ed2efP4R41, u install the ubuntu using the wubi tool, right?06:59
pegonanyone know a tool that will tell me my motherboard and cpu temp ?06:59
notvcjacki know this has probably been asked a million times already and if someone could just point me to a link somewhere I would appreciate it, but I'm having issues with using Broadcom wifi in Jaunty06:59
P4R41i had before, now its formatted, but yes06:59
g0wdawell, i don't know what goes into root....   ???06:59
ay^g0wda: when it comes to sizes my installations usualy doesnt come any bigger than 20gb so thats my standard /06:59
lstarnesg0wda: everything07:00
ay^g0wda: everything you dont make special partition for07:00
mrynitjeevan, why do you think i know about that stuff?07:00
ed2efsee, the partition still a ntfs, wubi dont even touch that07:00
P4R41g0wda: one for /, one for /home, and one for swap being 2x your ram07:00
P4R41yeh, it sits on top of it07:00
ed2efbut he makes a disk image on ur partition07:00
ay^so if you dont make a /home or /boot, _everyhting_ goes into /07:00
sizablepegon, Try this http://www.bradtrupp.com/ubuntu-cpu-temperature.html07:00
ed2efand that image is using a linux file system07:00
ed2efnot ntfs07:00
ay^the above was for g0wda07:01
losherjyg_: there's a way to recover the windows booloader. Hopefully nothing else got trashed...07:01
g0wdai don't know wht /root is for but!07:01
P4R41ok, so how can i install to the partition if wubi is sitting on top of it07:01
ay^g0wda: root is "like" C: in windows-terms07:01
jyg_losher, i dont care about losing the windows boot loaders... i just hope that the beginning of the drive wasn't overwritten07:01
ay^unless you specify otherwise you stuff will go there07:01
ed2efusing a disk image, its a pseudo-partition if u like to call it as this way07:01
ay^g0wda: ^07:02
jyg_(which is where the windows part resides)07:02
Lokendrahi god morning07:02
losherjyg_: if it chkdisks ok, you should be fine. If not, you're screwed I think...07:02
ed2efbut your ntfs partition is intact, it goes like a file on this partition07:02
jyg_losher, well 55% now, reinstall... guess I'll find out soon enough... the unbuntu install shoudl really assume that the boot loader is install in the /boot partition and if there is not one then in (root)/boot07:02
g0wdabut all your stuff, like i've seen gets installed in usr/lib or usr/bin and config in /etc... where does /root come in? i don't understand07:02
Lokendrahow to install wireless driver07:03
ay^notvcjack: anyone what?07:03
Lokendrapls help me07:03
losherjyg_: Ubuntu is usually pretty good about detecting existing windows installs....07:03
ed2efthat's why a ubuntu(or any other distribution of gnu/linux0 installed via wubi is slow then a normal install type07:03
notvcjackheh, i think i have the same issue as lokendra, i'll repost...07:03
ay^g0wda: too is where usr, etc and other dirs gets put07:03
friendishanace i guess it's done thanks^^07:03
notvcjacki know this has probably been asked a million times already and if someone could just point me to a link somewhere I would appreciate it, but I'm having issues with using Broadcom wifi in Jaunty07:03
ACefriendishan no problem07:03
P4R41ed2ef: so can i install wubi into windows and use it to install to the other partition?07:04
g0wdayou mean */root is where all that comes??07:04
ay^g0wda: "root" is just a term for the first "folder" in you system, the root of your folders so to speak07:04
friendishanace what is smtp ?07:04
Lokendramy laptop mod no Dell Vostro A840 wireless driver not working07:04
g0wdaso by root do you  mean /root or just /07:04
ay^just /07:04
mneptokg0wda: /root is the root users home directory07:04
ay^g0wda: ^07:04
ed2efP4R41, i think not, u could do it using a live cd, mounting the image somewhere then movin the files to a linux fisical partition07:04
Lokendraso pls how to install wireless driver07:05
ed2efP4R41, but i dont think it ll wokr07:05
ay^mneptok: no thats /home/root07:05
P4R41thats the issue, i cant access the live cd07:05
Lokendrapls help me07:05
mneptokay^: no, it's not07:05
ACefriendishan simple mail transfer protocol07:05
Liquidity_Cfriendishan, http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMTP07:05
ed2efuse a liveusb07:05
ay^mneptok: my bad07:05
ed2efdid u have a 1gb or more pendrive?07:05
Lokendrapls help me07:06
mneptokay^: np, we all have our moments07:06
ay^mneptok: specially me ;P I was for some reason thinking of guest07:06
indushi folks07:06
P4R41i have my t-mobile g1 which can mount my spare 1gb microsd card as a pendrive, i just don't know how to boot from usb on my system or if its possible07:06
losherg0wda: it's not your fault. the term "root" has at least 3 different meanings: a) just /, b) the /root directory, c) the user who is allowed to do anything07:06
g0wdaso /root will be useless as a seperate partition?07:06
Lokendramy laptop mod no Dell Vostro A840 wireless driver not working07:06
mneptokay^: i prescribe sleep :)07:06
Lokendraso pls how to install wireless driver07:07
zirodayP4R41: wrong place to ask07:07
Lokendrapls help me07:07
ay^g0wda: not useless but perhaps unneccesary07:07
Chr|s!wireless | Lokendra07:07
ubottuLokendra: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs07:07
pegonLokendra, what wireless card you got?07:07
ShazbotMcNastyI think it's fatal - when i put something into my browser I get this : http://crunchbanglinux.org/pastebin/25207:07
P4R41ziroday: im not asking, im telling that its not an option07:07
ShazbotMcNasty#ubuntu......is it fatal?07:07
ed2efP4R41, if u plug the pen drive on ur computer, and reboot and enter on the bios, in the boot section07:07
ay^g0wda: in your case, I would make a root partition (root as in just / ) and then a homepartition and swap07:07
ed2efthere's a option to boot from the usb²07:07
pegonLokendra, more specific please if not sure check lspci in terminal07:08
losherg0wda: pretty much. You really want just 3 partitions: /, /home & swap07:08
P4R41ed2ef: its not there. the bios and computer is old. dell 4500s07:08
notvcjackmy wireless card is a broadcom in a D61007:08
ay^mneptok: ha I just woke up! :(07:08
g0wdaLokendra: did u google it?07:08
zirodayShazbotMcNasty: do killall firefox, and we don't support crunchbang or any other ubuntu derivatives here07:08
mneptokay^: i prescribe caffiene07:08
jyg_losher, 2nd time things are cool, windows looks ok still.. thanks for the moral support :)07:09
coreymanI am unable to connect to secure wireless access points using knetworkmanager! Help.07:09
losherjyg_: great news!07:09
ay^mneptok: you are indeed wise!07:09
P4R41yeh, that's my predicament. i was even considering resizing my windows partition to be 700mb smaller, installing wubi onto there and then using the install to install to the linux partition07:10
ingw3hello. i want to use iscsi. so if i want to share disk on linux machine - it must be NTFS or dosnt matter?07:10
DanaGhmm, anyone have tips to improve my boot time?07:10
mneptokay^: np, we all have our moments (x2)07:10
jyg_losher, is there a prettier bootloader for ubuntu? :)07:10
DanaGer, not there yet.07:10
zirodayDanaG: done a reprofile of your boot?07:10
blendmaster1024use ext4 i hear it lets you boot in 7 seconds if you booted in 3007:10
Lokendraso pls give me comd07:10
g0wdai have a fat32 filesys, I want to copy it to some other place on the hard disk and the destination copy should be ext3... is it possible with gparted?07:10
DanaGHaven't done it lately.07:10
ay^mneptok: haha (end of OT)07:10
zirodayDanaG: biggest speed benefits are there07:10
P4R41ed2ef: do you think that'll work?07:10
pegonLokendra, LSPCI07:10
mneptokLokendra: what Intel chipset is it?07:10
pegonmneptok, I already asked him that but hes not paying attention lol07:11
mneptokLokendra: pastebin the output of "lspci -vvv | grep ntel" (no quotes)07:11
ed2efP4R41, idk if u ll could do that, but remeber to modify all required file(like grub,fstab or others stuffs)07:11
DanaGLots of modprobe'ing going on, too.  =þ07:11
losherjyg_: Someone asked that eariler today. Apparently there's not really. There's some customisation you can do in grub, i.e. colors & splash, but otherwise no.07:12
mneptokLokendra: most Intel chipsets Just Work(tm). why do you think you need to install a driver?07:12
DanaGand what's up around alsactl?07:12
ed2efP4R41, well i ll have to leave, good luke with that07:12
notvcjackwhat about with a broadcom 1370 4324A-BRCM1016 using kernel 2.6.28-11general?07:12
notvcjacki see the interface in iwconfig, but there are no values for anything, like its de-activated07:12
R0b`cron is confusing me07:13
R0b`it did not work at all07:13
R0b`it has not done any of the hourly tasks in over 2 hours07:13
R0b`sry, 1 hour07:13
Lokendrauser@user-laptop:~$ 05:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation Dell Wireless 1398 WLAN Mini-PCI Card (rev 01)07:13
Lokendrabash: syntax error near unexpected token `('07:13
notvcjacki get this with iwconfig..07:13
R0b`its been 2 hours, it should have been done twice by now07:13
DanaGhmm, anything else besides re-profiling?07:13
ariqswhen I'm in ubuntu, my connection gets used for downloading shit that i don't even know what it is07:13
notvcjackwlan0     IEEE 802.11bg  ESSID:""07:13
notvcjack          Mode:Managed  Frequency:2.412 GHz  Access Point: Not-Associated07:13
notvcjack          Tx-Power=0 dBm07:13
notvcjack          Retry min limit:7   RTS thr:off   Fragment thr=2352 B07:13
notvcjack          Power Management:off07:13
notvcjack          Link Quality:0  Signal level:0  Noise level:007:13
FloodBot1notvcjack: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.07:13
losherg0wda: no, but you can mount the fat32 filesystem, and mount an empty ext3 filesystem, then copy the files from one to the other07:13
DanaGI also saw the thing start Xorg... switch away... and switch back.07:14
ariqsI don't like stuff downloading without me telling it to!07:14
DanaGor so it seems.07:14
[ucb]kevinperhaps someone can help me with the following: windows are opening in such an initial position that the title bare is hidden behind my main ubuntu "apps place system etc.." bar -- how can I fix this?07:14
macoariqs, like what?07:14
macoariqs, are you referring to updates?07:14
Lokendraerror user@user-laptop:~$ 05:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation Dell Wireless 1398 WLAN Mini-PCI Card (rev 01)07:14
Lokendrabash: syntax error near unexpected token `('07:14
ziroday!pastebin | notvcjack07:14
ubottunotvcjack: pastebin is a service to post multiple-lined texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu.com (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic)07:14
ariqsmaco: i'm not sure what I'm referring to07:14
zirodayLokendra: you might want to address you're helpers07:14
ariqsit does sy that a package manager is working at the top07:14
macoariqs, every day it'll query the server (i think 8AM local time) to ask if there are updates available07:14
unop_g0wda, you can use dd to make a copy of the filesystem07:14
macoariqs, it's just asking if there are updates, then07:14
mneptokLokendra: well, that's not Intel, is it?07:15
DanaGinteresting idea: make my laptop auto-login and then auto-lock-workstation.07:15
macoariqs, the default setting is that if it is told that there are updates, it'll ask you before downloading them07:15
mneptokLokendra: System > Administration > Hardware drivers07:15
notvcjackyeah, I'm having the same issue07:15
ariqsit hogs my dialup connection for several minutes probably daily07:15
zirodaynotvcjack: its not associated to anything, can you not connect with network manager?07:16
neer1ubuntu 9.04 is giving me problems07:16
zirodayariqs: you can disable it by going to System > Admin > Software Sources > Updates07:16
neer1unlike 8.04 which was very stable and good07:16
notvcjackthere is nothing under wireless07:16
losherneer1: welcome to the club07:17
macoariqs, how many repositories do you have enabled? it downloads a list of what packages there are for each repository. if you have fewer repositories (example: if you are not a developer, disable source repositories) it'll take less time07:17
notvcjackand there is also nothing under hardware drivers either07:17
neer1losher: I have been stuck with it for the past 3 days07:17
macoariqs, it then compares the list it got to the one it already had to see if anything changed07:17
zirodaynotvcjack: what card?07:17
ariqsthanks, ziroday07:17
losherneer1: I went back to 8.04....07:17
neer1losher: I don't have a live cd also so I cannot do anything07:17
indusmy cdrom doesnt work in jaunty07:18
zirodayariqs: thank maco, she did all the work :)07:18
neer1losher: how to roll back?07:18
zirodayneer1: you cannot roll back releases07:18
notvcjackbroadcom 1370 4324A-BRCM101607:18
neer1ziroday: so there is no way to fix this?07:18
neer1ziroday: I have no cd07:18
ariqsok, thanks maco too, but ziroday gave me the info I wanted ;)07:18
losherneer1: Er, you were supposed to do a full backup before you upgraded...07:18
zirodayneer1: you can reinstall, or try to fix your issues07:18
SkinnYPuPpI ran across a broadcom that needed sudo ifconfig eth1 up but that was in knoppix07:19
zirodaynotvcjack: please address, what version of ubuntu?07:19
notvcjackoops.. 9.0407:19
neer1ziroday: can I connect to the internet from console though I doubt it is taking any drivers07:19
neer1ziroday: it doesn't take any drivers I think07:20
macoariqs, when you want to force it to check, you can do that in system -> administration -> software updates. i recommend doing that at least once a week, just to be safe with regard to security07:20
zirodayneer1: I have no idea what you're issues are07:20
zirodaynotvcjack: hmm, is b43-fwcutter installed?07:20
neer1ziroday: my issue is it says "couldn't allocate video memory" and07:20
neer1ziroday: I am stuck with the black screen without any gui07:21
zirodayneer1: what graphics card and driver?07:21
macoziroday, that shouldnt be needed in jaunty07:21
notvcjacknot sure actually... i'm posting this on my winxp partition cause there is no hardline in this damn hotel room07:21
neer1ziroday: intel 945 chipset I think07:21
macoziroday, er...i mean...in jaunty, you dont needd to get online and get firmware. it should work ootb07:21
zirodaymaco: oh, how come its still in the repo's then?07:21
zirodaynotvcjack: okay, well the other way to do it is through ndiswrapper07:21
macoziroday, i dont know HOW it does it, but without getting online, jockey can enable those wireless cards07:21
zirodaymaco: ah07:22
macoziroday, oh! nevermind07:22
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macoziroday, i just remembered, some cards use b43, some use that special driver commissioned from broadcom. the latter dont need to get online07:22
zirodaymaco: okay07:22
neer1ziroday: would you be able to help me07:23
macoziroday, forgot my roommate has the "special" one...thats why she couldnt figure out wifi on fedora :P07:23
zirodaynotvcjack: right, well anyway. First (if not already) install the b43-fwcutter package. If that doesn't work you will need to use ndiswrapper https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/Ndiswrapper07:23
notvcjackyeah, i've tried that... i followed the instructions from here...https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Device/Broadcom_BCM4311_rev_01_(ndiswrapper)07:23
hax0r1337Is there a way to search WWW without any keywords being censored?07:23
niblets_anyone know why im getting this:#07:24
niblets_The following packages have unmet dependencies.07:24
niblets_  tint2: Depends: libxrandr2 (>= 2: but 2:1.2.3-1 is to be installed07:24
niblets_E: Broken packages07:24
FloodBot1niblets_: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.07:24
zirodaymaco: all I know is that broadcom are a PITA and I'm lucky to have never got one :)07:24
zirodayhax0r1337: use a different search engine?07:24
zirodayneer1: you're lspci, xorg.conf and /var/log/Xorg.0.log please07:24
hax0r1337ziroday: got any ideas?07:24
WindowSmasherEvening all!07:24
macoziroday, anything that doesnt work with b43 needs the special driver. that's why that driver exists.07:24
neer1ziroday: it says "failed to allocate framebuffer, Is your videoram set too low?"07:25
zirodaymaco: and that "special" driver is b43-fwcutter?07:25
WindowSmasherAnybody have any trouble with transmission (BT) downstream?07:25
macoziroday, no, b43 is the usual driver. there's some other name for the special thing.07:25
neer1ziroday: and also "couldn't allocate video memory"07:25
macoziroday, b43-fwcutter grabs the firmware while you are online with wired internet for the b43 driver07:25
macoziroday, the special thing doesnt need extra firmware downloads07:26
zirodayneer1: yes, I need those documents. You can do sudo apt-get install pastebinit and then use that to do pastebinit /etc/X11/xorg.conf and pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log07:26
zirodaymaco: right, and then there are those broadcom cards that don't work under either?07:26
macoziroday, no. there's complete coverage, i believe07:26
notvcjackeh?  don't tell me that!07:26
zirodayneer1: remembering to pass us back the URL's07:26
zirodaymaco: oh07:26
macoziroday, the point of the new driver from broadcom in intrepid is to cover everything that b43 doesn't07:27
macoziroday, dell forced broadcom's hand on it07:27
zirodaynotvcjack: well I would follow maco as I'm just following two year old forum posts :)07:27
notvcjackso I should use b43-fwcutter or ndiswrapper?  or just try one and if it doesn't work, try the other?07:27
zirodaymaco: makes sense07:27
macoziroday, i'm guessing they threatened to stop using broadcom if they didnt give proper linux support ;)07:27
maconotvcjack, it depends which broadcom you've got07:27
niblets_i have a problem trying to install tint2, anyone know why? http://crunchbanglinux.org/pastebin/25007:27
zirodayniblets_: you're using crunchbang?07:28
niblets_but its still ubuntu07:28
notvcjackmaco: I have this one - broadcom 1370 4324A-BRCM101607:28
maconotvcjack, i recommend just getting online with wired internet and using system -> administration -> hardware drivers, click enable on the wireless driver, and just let it do its thing. should be automated07:28
zirodayniblets_: we can't help you with unofficial ubuntu derivatives here. Sorry.07:28
notvcjackhmm... ok, when I get back home, I'll try that I guess07:28
maconotvcjack, jockey should know what to do based on which card it is07:28
niblets_its an ubuntu minimal install, with pretty stuff added, so its still ubuntu.07:28
simoncpuan ubuntu by any other name works as sweet07:29
zirodayniblets_: no it is _not_ ubuntu, it has added repo's and who knows what else. And we therefore cannot support it here. Please use crunchbang's support channels07:29
bullgard4[AlsaMixer] What do the control item names 'Master' and 'Master M' mean? Card='Intel82801DB-ICH4'07:29
niblets_no, im going to use this one07:29
Flannelniblets_: This is not an appropriate channel for it.  Please don't.07:30
macobullgard4, it means someone chose them 5-10 years ago and they cant change them because changing names on mixer elements screws things up on upgrades07:30
maconiblets_, we can just not answer you07:30
notvcjackmaco: so you would actually recommend to wait until I get a hard-wired connection and try to let it do it automagically?07:31
maconotvcjack, yes. it'll know how to handle it07:31
notvcjackok, thanks07:31
bullgard4maco: What did "someone" mean by that 5-10 years ago?07:31
neer1how to connect to internet from console07:32
neer1if the computer is not taking any drivers07:32
``y7is ubuntu considered to be gnome?07:32
simoncpuneer1: what kind of connection?07:32
maco``y7, it uses gnome, yes07:32
yaris123456789hello how do i extract rar,ace ?07:32
macobullgard4, heh no idea. i'd just play and figure out what each does. mixer elements often have obtuse names07:32
Ghoti_!info rar07:32
ubotturar (source: rar): Archiver for .rar files. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 1:3.8.0-2 (jaunty), package size 509 kB, installed size 1044 kB (Only available for i386 amd64)07:32
neer1simoncpu: ethernet connection07:33
DanaGMy USB sound card has both a Speaker slider (that does nothing) and a Speaker 1 slider (that works).07:33
zirodayyaris123456789: install unrar(-nonfree) and then use the archive manager07:33
macobullgard4, its possible both are Master. i have one laptop where Master and Headphone both act as Master. Most recently touched wins.07:33
DanaGAnd the working slider goes from 0% (0.0dB) to 100% (0.0dB).07:33
simoncpuneer1: what do you mean "not taking any drivers?" please explain...07:33
DanaGYeah, the decibel ratings don't make sense... my point exactly.07:33
neer1simoncpu: since I have upgraded to 9.04 ubuntu, I am stuck in the black screen with no gui07:34
bullgard4maco: Thank you for commenting.07:34
Shift_Wreckmon back niblets_07:34
losher``y7: strictly speaking, gnome is one of the choices you can make for your desktop under ubuntu. The other main choice is kde. Either is fine.07:34
``y7rgr that. ty07:35
maco``y7, if you use kde, it's usually called Kubuntu07:35
``y7i'm using gnome07:35
``y7is kde typically prefered?07:35
ziroday``y7: thats subjective07:36
ziroday!best | ``y707:36
ubottu``y7: Usually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose, depending on your preferences, features you require, and other factors. Do NOT take polls in the channel. If you insist on getting people's opinions, ask BestBot in #ubuntu-bots.07:36
``y7fair enough07:36
ariqsI kepe hearing that KDE is better, which makes me wonder. Why does ubuntu default to gnome?07:36
ziroday``y7: you can ask in #ubuntu-offtopic, but usually it results in some people getting very unhappy07:36
friendishanI'm downloading a theme which is 8.8 mb and has extension deb is it correct and do i install it like other deb pakages ? the link is http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Nimbus+(+Debian+and+Ubuntu+packages+)?content=70212 i chose the top download07:37
zirodayariqs: it doesn't. There is both Ubuntu and Kubuntu and Xubuntu which are all treated fairly07:37
ZakamiroI'm having this exact problem: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1068895.html07:37
friendishanI'm downloading a theme which is 8.8 mb and has extension deb is it correct and do i install it like other deb pakages ? the link is http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Nimbus+(+Debian+and+Ubuntu+packages+)?content=70212 i chose the top download07:37
losher``y7: I would guess they are split 50-50 gnome & kde. You can't know which you'll like better until you try them07:37
zirodayfriendishan: just double click the package07:37
Zakamirobut my UUID's dont match with what it's checking for07:37
friendishanis it correct ?07:37
* Ciros likes gnome07:37
``y7i've got some questions about setting up the nics to run eth0 as my external ip and eth1 as my default router. how do i setup eth1 to point to eth0 for an internet connection? i'm using firestarter as my firewall service and i can't seem to figure it out. is this a firewall issue or a nic setup issue? i cannot ping out of eth1 when firestarter isn't running, so i was assuming a nic setup issue...?07:37
frankandbeanshi everyone07:37
swiftarrowHi all, Question:  I'm running Xubuntu 8.10.  I want to upgrade to Ubuntu (Gnome) 9.04.  I have the Desktop install CD.  Is it possible to upgrade to Ubuntu 9.04 via the CD?  Or do I have to do a complete re-install?07:38
neer1Ubuntu 9.04 sucks07:38
friendishanor shud i not install it07:38
Ghoti_``y7: if eth1 is getting an internet address through DHCP, your WAN traffic should pass to it automagically even if you get another, LAN, address on eth007:38
macolosher, gnome is much more popular since it's default07:38
ariqsziroday: if they were treated fairly, it'd be gubuntu and kubuntu07:38
neer1swiftarrow: believe me 9.04 is not at all good07:38
swiftarrowneer1, why do you say so?07:39
zirodayariqs: not getting into that here07:39
macoariqs, kubuntu didnt exist at first, that's why ubuntu doesnt have the g07:39
Cirosneer1:  once you get the weirdness ironed out 9.04 isnt bad at all.07:39
coreyman1What's a good article for laptop power saving?07:39
frankandbeansi have a tint2 question07:39
``y7Ghoti_: eth1 can never ping out to google.com. eth0 has the external ip address. starting firestarter doesn't help eth1 ping out. is this a nic setup issue or a firewall issue?07:39
friendishanneerl i think i won't upgrade then07:39
macoariqs, ubuntu was the original, then kubuntu was a community project that canonical decided to hire Riddell to work on. they didnt want to change Ubuntu's name later07:39
Ghoti_swiftarrow: you could probably do your dist-upgrade within Xubuntu, then apt-get install ubuntu-desktop to get gnome, and once that's live, apt-get remove xubuntu-desktop07:39
maconeer1, it all depends on your specific hardware07:39
loshermaco: I would have thought so, but people (sometimes strongly) deny it, there's seem to be no authoritative figures, and not everyone runs Ubuntu07:39
``y7in other words, if my firewall isn't running, should eth1 be able to ping google.com through eth0?07:40
zirodaycoreyman1: lesswatts.org and using powertop07:40
maconeer1, in my case, 9.04 is great because it doesnt crash constantly like 8.04 did07:40
swiftarrowGhoti_, I'm kinda confused whether that would install all the packages that would come with 9.04?07:40
Ghoti_``y7: do you mean another PC on your LAN connected to eth1?07:40
NvidiaUserI agree with maco07:40
macoGhoti_, that wnt remove xfce07:40
Cirosthe only issue i had/have with 9.04 is needing to keep the 8.10 back ports07:40
maconeer1, but then, my wireless card was poorly supported in 8.04 and 8.1007:40
Ghoti_swiftarrow: as I understand it, the {,x,k}ubuntu-desktop metapackages are the main difference between the various flavors07:41
macolosher, Linux Journal's pools for popularity always have gnome more popular than kde07:41
friendishanis it good that i upgrade my ubuntu 8.10 to 9.04 ?07:41
``y7Ghoti_, 1 pc, two nics. eth0 has an external ip, eth1 has an internal ip. i cannot ping google.com with no firewall running. Do i have to have a firewall running in order to ping google.com with my eth1 controller?07:41
NvidiaUserI haven't had any problems so far with 9.0407:41
swiftarrowGhoti_ ok, thanks for your help.07:41
Ghoti_I have ubuntu, and I could make it kubuntu with apt-get install kubuntu-desktop.  IIRC.07:41
ZakamiroI'm having this exact problem: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1068895.html . I compared my UUID's with what grub is trying to find, and it doesn't match. How do I change which UUID it's trying to find?07:41
loshermaco: got a reference I can follow up ?07:41
Ghoti_``y7: no, you do not.07:41
Ghoti_``y7: I have that exact scenario and it works perfectly07:42
``y7Ghoti_, so how do i go about getting eth1 to be able to ping google.com07:42
frankandbeanscant apt-get tint2...........?07:42
Zakamiroanyone know?07:43
Ghoti_``y7: at your commandlne, with sudo as needed:  ifdown eth0; ifdown eth1; ifup eth1;  (verify connectivity, you should be OK at this point); ifup eth007:43
frankandbeanstint2 anyone?07:43
losherZakamiro: you can edit the uuid in the file /boot/grub/menu.lst07:44
macolosher, http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/10065 GNOME 45% and KDE 42% (2008) http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/10065 53% GNOME and 30% KDE (2009)07:44
pepecan someone help me?07:44
Zakamiroso id need to do like sudo nano /boot/grub/menu.lst , correct?07:44
NvidiaUsersudo gedit /boot.grub/menu.lst or nano, pico or whatever you prefer using.07:44
loshermaco: excellent, thanks07:44
Ghoti_!ask | pepe07:44
ubottupepe: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line, so others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-)07:45
macolosher, its not *buntu specific, but given that *buntu is > 1/3 of the votes, i'd expect them to be relevant to our community too07:45
Zakamiroawesome, great. thanks guys07:45
frankandbeansi cant install tint2 http://paste.ubuntu.com/176203/07:45
Zakamirohave a better one07:45
macolosher, also: http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/kde-or-gnome-or?page=207:46
``y7Ghoti_, do i need to set the nic with the external ip up to have a DHCP Client ID?07:46
Ghoti_``y7: assuming that's how your WAN addresses are assigned, that would help, yes.07:46
indusfrankandbeans: try updating your system with apt-get update07:46
indusfrankandbeans: first do a sudo dpkg -a07:46
macolosher, i fit poorly in that poll, using kde with xmonad07:46
``y7Ghoti_, so what do i set it to?
frankandbeansits up to date, and if i apt-get libxrandr2 it says its the most current version07:47
loshermaco: so do I, using fvwm with no desktop07:47
indusfrankandbeans: first do a sudo dpkg --configure -a07:48
frankandbeansk, brb07:48
hegdei have a laptop with an sdcard reader in it....all the cards that i insert is mounting in /dev/sdb1 .....is there any way to get the sdcard name???? like CANON MEMORY CARD07:49
BodsdaDoes the januty kernel have "huge_file" feature compiled?07:49
frankandbeansnow what indus?07:50
indusfrankandbeans: now try the package u want to install07:50
pepeHi, I have an ATi Radeon HD 2400 XT Mobility graphics card, I installed the latest ATi Catalyst drivers. I can use compiz smoothly but when I run glxgears I get only 200-300 fps, with my old 9750 card I used to get 1000-2000 fps. What can I do to improve my fps??. When I play some 3D games (slune, supertuxkart, armaggetron...) I get only 3fps!! Please help ne.07:50
macohegde, you can set a FAT32 label on it, but those only go up to like 8 characters or something...07:50
frankandbeanssame problem as before07:50
sivan26Hello , can someone recommend me on good software for projects management ?07:50
indusfrankandbeans: the package is broken i guess07:50
Ghoti_``y7: I don't understand.. on your network, do you expect your WAN to be static, or DHCP?07:50
Myrttisivan26: planner07:50
macosivan26, "planner" is nice for things like gantt charts and such07:50
coreyman1How can I underclock my nvidia?07:51
indusfrankandbeans: what error do u get ,could you paste again07:51
frankandbeansbut it works on another friends computer07:51
``y7Ghoti_, i want my computers that connect to my default gateway to have static ips07:51
macohi Myrtti07:51
indusfrankandbeans: what version of ubuntu are ur and ur friends?07:51
Myrttimaco: ohai07:51
frankandbeans8.10 minimal install07:51
Ghoti_``y7: and you have the IPs and whatnot that you need, yes?07:51
hegdemaco: okay...the if i insert any sdcard having any name will that be mounted in /media as the one we give as a FAT32 label???07:52
``y7Ghoti_: i want my default gateway to be and i'm not sure if the default gateway is supposed to be eth0(external ip) or eth1(internal ip)07:52
lyraeHi. When selecting icons for AWN launchers, the icons in my external HD are unselectable. howcome?07:52
``y7Ghoti_, yes, i have all the internal ips that i need07:52
``y7Ghoti_: my external ip is dynamic07:52
syntax\anyone in here experiencing VLC to constantly freeze when watching a movie?07:52
syntax\i mean freeze literally, the computer freezes. i changed the video output to x11 from default still it freezes.07:53
syntax\i even updated07:53
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Ghoti_``y7: this is my working output of route -n, with my IP masked:07:54
Ghoti_``y7: http://is.gd/BAYs07:54
indusfrankandbeans: maybe install /upgrade a newer version of xrandr07:55