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arbiranybody has an excellent partition scheme in mind ? should i create /boot seperately ? or all in root ?02:17
ubottuFor help with partitioning a new install see: https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/switching/installing-partitioning.html - For partitioning programs see !GParted, !QtParted (!Kubuntu 8.10 and lower) or !PartitionManager (!Kubuntu 9.04 and up) - Other partitioning topics include !fstab !home and !swap02:18
MTec007how do i set up permissions for my current user to allow full usb device access? it seems like im having permission issues04:29
forcesadd your user to usb group04:30
MTec007that simple? lol04:30
MTec007er i dont have a usb group04:31
MTec007i knew this wouldnt be a piece of cake.04:32
forcesadd to users04:32
forcesadd to all of them04:32
forcesforces@source:~$ groups04:33
forcesforces adm dialout cdrom plugdev lpadmin admin sambashare04:33
MTec007i have the same groups as you + audio04:34
MTec007maybe i need to do something stupid like add myself to the root group?04:35
MTec007i need a quite a bit of usb access, its a usb PIC programmer controlled by piklab04:35
forcesMTec007, in gnome you can add to group with a GUI tool04:38
forcesyou can select a usb support there04:38
forcesxubuntu should have something similar04:38
MTec007well it doesnt give me anything to pick what access the group has, only lets me make a group04:40
thor88ask question would be ok?04:52
thor88well, i'll ask and see.  Have working ubuntu sys,  added Xfce,  netbook works much better.  Leave sys alone,04:57
thor88or install for max performance.  am using burned disk right now.04:58
forcesinstall what?05:00
thor88xubuntu without the gnome desktop.05:01
thor88even better speed without the nice but huge gnome on hard drive?05:03
thor88just a theory05:03
forcesyou can try it in another partition05:12
thor88total hard space is 16 GB.  not 160, 16.  netbook speeds up with everything i've tried that limited used junk05:15
thor88unused junk, i meant05:15
thor88gotta go.  i am out of date.  this stuff used to be instant fast.  20 years ago.  command line days.05:26
dennizjovHi guys i got a problem with xubuntu, my soundcard doesnt work with alsa but with pulseaudio it works.. And everytime i restart xubuntu i need to setup pulseaudio again, how do i set pulseaudio to default? And that it will save my changes so i doesnt mute all outgoing sounds07:20
igsenafter upgrade to jaunty, i can't play games on yahoo. whereas on intrepid i can. what could be the problem?07:26
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about gcj07:28
N-SGood morning. I have a usbdisk using truecrypt with NTFS as filesystem. How do I force "chmod 777" or "chown myuser:users" on it so other users than myself can access/write to it? Right now it's set to 700 and myser:myuser and I can't change it.11:09
N-SDisk is automounted when enabled through Truecrypt. I haven't checked settings (sorry) in Truecrypt to see if I can loosen the security settings.11:11
N-Shttp://nopaste.php-q.net/250486 this is how a mount list looks.11:12
bmannsanyone know of a fast way to install xubuntu on a usb drive and run it?11:19
bmannsI've always wanted to try and appears it'd work11:19
ubottuFor 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/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent11:23
bmannstoo sleepy lol11:29
muxfrI just installed xubuntu and I have no sound at all11:35
muxfrand it's not muted and I have audio device usage priveliges.11:35
muxfrwhat can be wrong?11:35
bmannsis the chip supported?11:41
muxfrnot sure11:42
bmannsshould of checked11:42
muxfr00:1b.0 Audio device: Intel Corporation 82801I (ICH9 Family) HD Audio Controller (rev 03)11:42
muxfr01:00.1 Audio device: ATI Technologies Inc R700 Audio Device [Radeon HD 4000 Series]11:42
bmannsget all hardware written down and google it11:42
bmannsim guessin its a laptop?11:42
bmannsjust search ich9 intel audio ubuntu and look alil bit for rev 03 or 82801I11:43
muxfrI did, but it's not helping11:43
bmannsThe ati is probably a hdmi output11:43
muxfrI've been googline for over 20 hours11:43
bmannsraise the audio output?11:44
muxfrit's not muted11:44
muxfrit's up11:44
bmannsi never used xubuntu i was gonna try a usb stick tonight  but i think all xfce uses it11:44
pratzmuxfr, check the PCM level in mixer12:06
aladoincan anyone give me a tip of a file manager for xubuntu which also have ftp capability15:15
_Pete_aladoin: any shell is good15:39
Ragamufinuse the dash shell15:40
_Pete_aladoin: so is it that you want to use it most easily or otherway most effciently ?15:42
aladoin_Pete_: I just tried Konqueror, did the trick, wonderful little thing15:43
_Pete_good then15:45
_Pete_I usually do all from cmdline15:45
bittinHello, somone here knows anything about wvdail iam trying to get an Huawei E1550 to work16:02
bittindo somone know how to get a DVD TV-dongle to work with mplayer?16:55
bittinhow do i load a firmwire in Linux?17:12
Ragamufinbittin, which one?17:12
bittingot it to work17:13
bittini find the firmwire and moved it to /lib/firmware/17:16
bittintrying to get a dvb-t tv dongle thing to work17:17
Ragamufini have no idea of how to do that17:17
bittinah ok17:18
mr_cha0sHey guys, anyone know how to set the menu on Jaunty?20:29
mr_cha0sof course, i tried editing it through the settings, doesn't work20:31
TheSheepthe menu is built out of the .desktop files in /usr/share/applications20:33
TheSheepto modify any entry, just copy the file into your home to ~/.local/share/applications and edit it20:33
TheSheepit's a tekst file20:34
RagamufinSysInfo: uname: Linux 2.6.26-2-686 Distro: Unknown CPU: Genuine Intel(R) CPU           T1350  @ 1.86GHz 800.000 MHz Bogomips: 3729.77 Mem: 233/495M [||||||||||] Diskspace: 54.98G Free: 48.87G Uptime: 5 hrs 35 mins 45 secs Load: 1.75 1.01 0.43  Procs: 85 Graphic: Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/GMS, 943/940GML Express Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 03) Screen: 1280x80020:57
Ragamufin (32 bpp) Netinfo: wlan0: In: 379.56M Out: 20.80M20:57
Ragamufinsorry, wrong channel20:57
forcesos[Linux 2.6.30-02063002-generic i686] distro[Ubuntu "jaunty" 9.04] cpu[2 x Genuine Intel(R) CPU           T2400  @ 1.83GHz (GenuineIntel) @ 1000MHz] mem[Physical: 2.0GB, 74.2% free] disk[Total: 415.0GB, 44.7% free] video[Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/GMS, 943/940GML Express Integrated Graphics Controller] sound[HDA-Intel - HDA Intel]21:47
mr_cha0sTheSheep: you there?22:02
mr_cha0si'm wondering how you know what to put in .desktop files, since for instance, files in "Accessories" say 'Categories=Application;Utility'22:05
mr_cha0sthe main reason i want to edit my menus is to organize all the sound stuff from ubuntu studio, breaking it down into folders beneath just 'multimedia'22:06
mr_cha0sit's disturbing to have like 40 things in one menu22:06
mr_cha0sanyone know how to create new folders in the menu?22:07
mr_cha0sor just point towards docs that work? ;22:08
CreatorI have a problem with an external hardrive.. when i power up my system the drive dosen't seem to power up alongside it - Is't gray in "Places". Just clicking on the drive on the drive solve this.. BUT since im using Xubuntu as a bace im my mediacenter and XBMC on top it's disturbing to have to quit XBMC every time i trart the computer to include my external hardrive.. AND my DiNovo external keyboard dosen't power u either, i have to remove the usb-don22:56
Creatorany ideas?22:56

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