Syriushow do you raise the compression ratio ?00:00
_Pete_of what?00:00
Syriusof any compression format00:01
SyriusI forgot how to do it00:01
_Pete_man <compressionprogram>00:02
Syriusthere is a setting where you can get it to compress higher but requires more time00:02
Syriusis 9 the highest for 7z ? _Pete_00:05
_Pete_dont know, read the man page00:06
SyriusI see00:06
Syriuswhat is header encryption ?00:07
erikk71anyone here00:18
Syriushmm _Pete_ I tried it00:21
SyriusI did ultra settings and it compressed at the same with the archive manager did00:21
KittyKattBe back in a bit.00:24
R1cocheti had to turnoff my pc beacuse it froze and now theres noo panel00:52
R1cocheti was able to open a terminal and type xfce4-panel, that works but once i close the terminal i no long have the panel00:53
R1cochetand alt-f2 isnt working00:53
R1cochethow can i get the panel to stay open and how can i get alt-f2 to work again01:10
anom01yis there any way to test my cups configuration than the "print test page". I have a remote printer that is installed to Windows XP, and I am trying to configure cups (localhost:631) to print to it.01:17
walleR1cochet, Have you tried to reboot it?01:17
anom01yit shows it is added in the printers sections, and that it is "idle, accepting jobs"01:17
anom01ybut the test page does not work, and there are no errors01:18
walleanom01y, you could try to print a page from openoffice or something01:19
anom01ywalle, is there any command line way to print?01:19
walleanom01y, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=550483 I'm really not an expert on printers :) only use them at work01:21
R1cochetno i havent tried a reboot, i did have to hold power button down to turn it off last time and it hasnt been back since01:22
R1cocheti will try a reboot in just a second01:23
R1cochetwalle: ty that worked perfect02:17
R1cochetmuch appreciated02:17
walleR1cochet, np :)02:17
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vip3rousmangoHey, is there any way to make Synaptic filter for Xfce packages only?04:16
forcesaptitude search xfce04:17
vip3rousmangoOk so i updated the generic kernal to .13 and it loaded to a blank screen..04:41
vip3rousmangoI just installed the latest xubuntu 9.04 of the site, and first run update manager says there is a generic kernal update04:44
R1cochetsounds right04:44
vip3rousmangoits like .11 right now, and it wants to go to .13, so i did the update and something went wrong04:45
vip3rousmangoi could still lock screen to restart, but everything was blank.. something to do with a config file?04:45
vip3rousmangoFrom 2.6.28-11 to 2.6.28-1304:46
forcesuse 2.6.28-11 if you have problem04:47
vip3rousmangoindeed, well i just reinstalled fresh again.. learning my lesson04:47
forcesreinstall is never a good option04:48
vip3rousmangowell it was fresh to begin with..04:48
vip3rousmangoso a new install was like... an extra 10min of waiting04:49
vip3rousmangoBut, what tools can i use if I find myself in that situation again? Can i start terminal? Is there a way to start thunar file manager etc?04:50
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Sacred_Hi all.06:20
planetaryi lost the panel in 9.04.  alt f2   xfce4 panel doesnt work07:10
planetarydid they change it?07:10
forcesplanetary, did you try it?07:41
planetaryFailed to execute child process "xfce-panel" (No such file or directory)07:45
planetaryoh wait07:46
planetaryi forgot the dash07:46
nikolamwhat should i select when doing kernel update?07:49
nikolami have another ubuntu install on another partition (testing)07:49
nikolamand hardy is updating its kernel07:49
nikolamso i would like other options in grub intact, while updating hardy07:50
nikolamwhenever in past I were selecting "install maintainer`s version", whole grub was messed up and It was needed to edit menu.lst from backup, manually07:51
nikolamso the question is what should I actually select?07:51
nikolamand it states that "do a 3-way merge between versions is still experimental07:52
Sacred_Has anyone had any issues when installing Xubuntu 9.04 onto HP 2133 mininote?09:41
Sacred_It seems that no matter which resolution I apply to it it always leaves part of the desktop out from the bottom and from the right of the screen.09:41
Sacred_Even with 800x60009:41
homebrewciderhey all, I'm trying to print to cd. I have (as advised) set up a 2nd printer for this purpose. I have cd set as the media, I have cd tray set as the source, I have this 2nd printer set as the printer for the job but all the jobs fail, can anyone help please?10:22
homebrewcidersorry, got cut off by my son,  I'm trying to print to cd. I have (as advised) set up a 2nd printer for this purpose. I have cd set as the media, I have cd tray set as the source, I have this 2nd printer set as the printer for the job but all the jobs fail, can anyone help please?10:30
SiDi_print_ a cd-rom ?10:31
SiDido you mean burn, homebrewcider ?10:31
homebrewciderno, print, as in label, directly onto the cd10:32
homebrewcidernot a paper label10:32
homebrewcidermy printer can (in Windows anyway) do that10:32
SiDino idea why it fails :/10:34
illmathey, are there any xubuntu netboot images available ?11:20
JDFi'm having trouble whit mount manager, it starts, asks for my password and then disapears... and one of hdd's partition is missing. xubuntu 9.04... the only way to get the other partition seen is when I open listen the music player and add some music from that partition, somehow its visible there.12:26
jincan somebody help me to install nvidia drivers on xubuntu13:14
ablomenjin menu=>system=>hardware drivers should be all you need, have you looked there?13:14
jinno i havent, im just new to xubuntu. thanks i've seen it now.13:16
harceszhiya, got a noob-ish question; does automounting cd's/hard drives work normally in xubuntu?14:44
SiDiYes it does14:45
harceszI just had some isues on one install, cant check it on any of the others and wondering if its becouse of my tweaking (I'm trying to set nautilus as the deflt file browser) or is it a system thing14:45
SiDiouch, nautilus14:45
SiDinautilus might want some GNOME daemons to run in order to have auto-mount enabled, but im not sure14:46
SiDifor the permanently connected ones i just put them in my fstab so they're available for all users and during session bot14:46
ubottuThe /etc/fstab file indicates how drive partitions are to be used or otherwise integrated into the file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fstab and http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html and !Partitions14:46
harceszSiDi: yeah - mostly becouse of the integrated network shares support14:46
SiDiand for those that are plugged in and out they're managed by thunar perfectly14:46
harceszon the other hand thorn (?) is still there and the cd/hdd havent came up in to places menu14:47
SiDithey do here :D14:47
SiDiit manages cd-rom, sd cards and ext3/fat/ntfs usb sticks and HDDs14:47
harceszhmmm I guess I got a problem than.14:49
harceszanybody messing around with nautilus or is just me?14:51
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SiDijust you, harcesz :P15:35
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cemunalis karmic unstable than debian sid? do you have an idea?18:00
charlie-tcaNever tried sid18:00
cemunalwhat about karmic18:01
charlie-tcaKarmic is alpha, it should be unstable right now18:01
charlie-tcaFor a stable release, you want to use Jaunty 9.04.18:02
charlie-tcaKarmic is not going to be reliably stable for a couple of months. There are many changes in it from 9.0418:03
knomecemunal, i suppose that karmic is more experimental than debians unstable.18:04
knomehello charlie-tca :)18:04
charlie-tcaHello, knome18:04
charlie-tcaKarmic is much more unstable than Jaunty was at this point18:04
knomethat too18:04
charlie-tcaStill can't burn cd-r's, still can't reliably log in daily, etc18:05
charlie-tcaStill working on the new/replacement gdm application18:06
cemunalhttp://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/karmic/main/installer-i386/current/images/netboot/mini.iso ««« can i install karmic from an ubuntu server to my desktop with this cd?18:08
charlie-tcaIf it is working at this time18:08
charlie-tcaOh, I don't know if you can from your own server18:08
hezyhi guys, something funny just happened to me. in thunar I right-clicked a folder that is located in /user/share/doc and I pressed "send to... Desktop (create link)". a linked was formed, but now I can't remove it18:36
hezyI think this is because the link (like the folder) belongs to the root user, but still how comes I have the power to create a link, but I don't have the power to delete it?18:38
charlie-tcaThe link is owned by root. You will need to go to a terminal, and use sudo to remove18:39
charlie-tcaYou could change it to make yourself the owner, then you could remove it. I think it is done because if you enter the directory, root is the owner of it18:40
hezyyes you are right, I removed it by opening thunar as root, but still I think this is starnge18:41
charlie-tcaRoot owns the directory, therefore, root must own the link, as I understand it18:42
hezywell, so be it...18:42
LaibschHi, do you guys have an idea about https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xfce4-terminal/+bug/399558 and what may be causing it? http://launchpadlibrarian.net/29030693/Screenshot.png18:53
charlie-tcaI don't have that issue here in karmic18:55
charlie-tcaAre you running compiz?18:55
LaibschBut I was just thinking it may be composite18:59
LaibschXFCE has its own composite code18:59
charlie-tcaApplications -> Settings -> Window Manager Tweaks -> Compositor19:00
Laibschno, that is off as well19:00
LaibschBut I know that the terminal in XFCE had transparency19:01
LaibschI think it can be set somewhere else19:01
LaibschQuite possibly something I can't properly see right now ;-)19:01
charlie-tcagot to be. Mine don't have any transparency19:01
Laibschit's a hot candidate for sure19:01
charlie-tcaMight provide the .xsession-errors log and /var/log/syslog just in case19:02
pteague_workif i'm stuck with a 1 button mouse... is there some way i can do a right click?  yay mac <.<19:13
th0rif mac is so great, why can't it do a right click?19:16
TheSheepth0r: you can, press f1219:18
TheSheepth0r: or tap the touchpad with 3 fingers19:18
TheSheep(two fingers is middle click, I usually swap them)19:19
pteague_workTheSheep: how do you switch them?  i was trying to do 2 fingers & wasn't getting anything useful19:30
pteague_workfor some reason the wireless "mighty mouse" isn't mighty enough to work correctly...  initially it took me 2 right clicks to actually get a right click & now it won't even recognize it19:31
pteague_worki think i'm just going to get another mighty logitech usb dead mouse19:31
TheSheeppteague_work: I can't remember, found some guide on forum with sample fdi file with sane settings19:35
pteague_worki can't even seem to get 3 fingers to work...19:36
TheSheeptry on the touchpad19:36
pteague_worki'm thinking it's because it's a new macbook pro & it has no idea what it's supposed to be doing19:38
Ben_Csi can't find pygtk in repositories (synaptic) although it seems to exists in http://packages.ubunut.com/source/hardy/pygtk    .how can i install pygtk?19:41
Ben_CsTheSheep: oh, i see. thanks19:45
charlie-tca!hi | gastaufdemast21:59
ubottugastaufdemast: Hi! Welcome to #xubuntu!21:59
tanner_ im having troble with my wireless internet any 1 able to go step by step with me?22:05
tanner_ im having troble with my wireless internet any 1 able to go step by step with me?22:06
psuboyhaving trouble installing on an old windows laptop..Dell Inspiron 2600 256 M...22:11
psuboyIt seems like it is going to start and then it just hangs at a cursur prompt in the middle of the screen...22:12
psuboyanyone know if there is a config I need to select to get this to load?22:12
charlie-tcapsuboy: using the live cd ?22:13
psuboyI have installed on a lattitude laptop and a Dell desktop w/out issue22:13
tanner_i need help step by step with my wireless card for xubuntu 9.04 (jaunty)22:13
charlie-tcaTry hitting F6 at the menu, then add22:13
tanner_will anyone help me22:13
psuboysame cd worked on 2 other installs...22:13
tanner_plz help me!!!22:14
charlie-tca!patience | tanner_22:14
ubottutanner_: Don'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://ubuntuforums.org while you wait.22:14
knomecharlie-tca, you beat me...22:14
charlie-tcaYou must be ignoring the screen again, huh?22:14
knomenot really22:14
knomestaring at the screen ;)22:14
charlie-tcapsuboy: then type 'acpi=off' at the end of the line (without the quotes)22:15
charlie-tcahit enter and then run the install. That might let it keep going on older systems22:16
knometanner_, charlie-tca probably will help you soonish :)22:16
charlie-tcaI can't work the wireless issues.22:16
knomeoh right22:16
psuboyCharlie, you magic man!  thanks!22:17
knometanner_, is the card recognised?22:17
tanner_how do i send a pvt msg?22:17
tanner_knome, it says disabled22:17
charlie-tcapsuboy: You are welcome22:18
knometanner_, (assuming you are talking about nm-applet:) right-click -> enable wireless22:18
tanner_when i put in this code sudo lshw -C network22:18
* charlie-tca still hasn't figured out how to use passworded wireless22:18
tanner_how do i enable?22:18
knomecharlie-tca, really? need some help?22:18
knometanner_, do you see an icon with two screens on your panel on the right?22:19
tanner_i see it22:19
knometanner_, right click it and select enable wireless22:19
tanner_there is nothing that says thet22:20
knomeokay. just a moment22:20
knometanner_, can you pastebin your lshw output?22:20
knome!pastebin | tanner_22:20
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tanner_options are enable networking                   edit connection                     about22:21
psuboyfor a 20G hard drive what is a good configuration  I have just set up one partition but have read Ishould be seeting up several22:21
charlie-tcapsuboy: There are many schools of thought for it. I prefer a separate /home so that I can upgrade without losing anything.22:22
psuboyyep...that is what I have read and what I wanted to set up...I am a straight xubuntu boot..no other os.22:23
tanner_tanner@tanner:~$ lshw22:24
tanner_WARNING: you should run this program as super-user.22:24
tanner_    description: Computer22:24
tanner_    width: 32 bits22:24
tanner_  *-core22:24
tanner_       description: Motherboard22:24
tanner_       physical id: 022:24
tanner_     *-memory22:24
tanner_          description: System memory22:24
psuboywhen I get to the hard drive should I select advanced...and name one home22:24
tanner_          physical id: 022:24
tanner_          size: 510MiB22:24
tanner_     *-cpu22:24
tanner_          product: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.66GHz22:24
tanner_          vendor: Intel Corp.22:24
tanner_          physical id: 122:24
tanner_          bus info: cpu@022:24
tanner_          version: 15.2.922:24
tanner_          size: 18EHz22:24
tanner_          width: 32 bits22:24
tanner_          capabilities: fpu fpu_exception wp vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm pbe up pebs bts cid xtpr22:24
tanner_          configuration: id=022:24
tanner_        *-cache:022:24
tanner_             description: L1 cache22:24
tanner_             physical id: 022:25
tanner_             size: 8KiB22:25
tanner_        *-cache:122:25
tanner_             description: L2 cache22:25
tanner_             physical id: 122:25
tanner_             size: 512KiB22:25
tanner_     *-pci22:25
tanner_          description: Host bridge22:25
tanner_          product: 82845G/GL[Brookdale-G]/GE/PE DRAM Controller/Host-Hub Interface22:25
tanner_          vendor: Intel Corporation22:25
tanner_          physical id: 10022:25
tanner_          bus info: pci@0000:00:00.022:25
tanner_          version: 0122:25
tanner_          width: 32 bits22:25
tanner_          clock: 33MHz22:25
tanner_          configuration: driver=agpgart-intel module=intel_agp22:25
tanner_        *-display UNCLAIMED22:25
tanner_             description: VGA compatible controller22:25
tanner_             product: 82845G/GL[Brookdale-G]/GE Chipset Integrated Graphics Device22:25
tanner_             vendor: Intel Corporation22:25
tanner_             physical id: 222:25
tanner_             bus info: pci@0000:00:02.022:25
tanner_             version: 0122:25
tanner_             width: 32 bits22:25
tanner_             clock: 33MHz22:25
tanner_             capabilities: bus_master cap_list22:26
tanner_             configuration: latency=022:26
tanner_        *-usb:022:26
tanner_             description: USB Controller22:26
tanner_             product: 82801DB/DBL/DBM (ICH4/ICH4-L/ICH4-M) USB UHCI Controller #122:26
tanner_             vendor: Intel Corporation22:26
tanner_             physical id: 1d22:26
tanner_             bus info: pci@0000:00:1d.022:26
charlie-tca!pastebin | tanner_22:26
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tanner_             version: 0122:26
tanner_             width: 32 bits22:26
tanner_  22:26
tanner_oops wrong screen sorry22:26
charlie-tcapsuboy: I think it is called manual partitions22:27
psuboyNote to self...wire all rooms in house..no wireless..:-)22:28
psuboyOK..so it is just \home22:30
charlie-tcayeah, you create / and /home22:32
charlie-tcabackslash (\) = nwrong22:33
knomehe left then.22:39
charlie-tcaMaybe he will be back...22:40
knomemaybe or maybe not.22:42
knomei don't think i'm in the shape to give him support anymore if he comes :)22:42

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