beruchti2teubuntu9.10 is not as good as archlinux00:00
DaZberuchti2te: so?00:01
RhysMberuch dont use it then00:01
shavinderberuchtigte: how so? I would like to know more please00:01
ChousukeIt's a troll, ignore it.00:01
beruchti2teshavinder: too complex for me00:02
shavinderI like to try all linuxes, I use ubuntu as well as Puppy linux, I like ubuntu for its widespread package support and for being a full installation, and i love puppy for it brevity and speed(it runs faster than light) :)00:02
Chousukethis is not the place for discussing distribution differences, anyway00:02
ChousukeMove to #ubuntu-offtopic, if you please.00:03
ChousukeAnd I'm sorry for the accidental alliteration ;(00:03
shavinderChousuke: cheers00:03
xguruanyone familiar with rygel?00:06
Cojimerohi everyone00:07
gartralquick question, does ubuntu 9.10 have the same 64bit corruption problems as 9.04?00:07
xgurugartral: ask in #ubuntu+100:08
jribgartral: in the sense that neither have 64bit corruption problems you mean?  What are you talking about?00:08
ejdohow many different #ubuntu-XXXXX chatrooms are there?00:09
jrib!irc > ejdo00:09
ubottuejdo, please see my private message00:09
gartraljrib: im talking about the people who are having issues with their file system on 64 bit jaunty00:09
jribgartral: bug link?00:09
Cojimerohey question ubuntu 9.10 beta is giving me a problem with the authentication ..every time I try to change something... it pop up the authentication window but is not working00:09
jrib!karmic | Cojimero00:10
ubottuCojimero: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 29th, 2009 - Karmic is BETA and MAY break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+100:10
gartraljrib: all i've ever seen was in here "my raid crashed and all my data was lost"00:10
jribgartral: right...00:10
Cojimeroany idea00:10
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tpocraHow can I best make an ubuntu live CD from a .iso when I am running Debian?00:10
tpocraAn bootable USB drive I mean00:10
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/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent00:10
tpocradoes Ubuntu's usb-creator work on Debian?00:11
gartraljrib: please, can  get a constructive answer? i dont want to have to repartition my drives any time soon00:11
IdleOnegartral: I think jrib is looking for evidence to your claim before trying to help solve any issue00:11
ejdotpocra: you can extract the image onto usb then apply syslinux00:11
ejdothe bootloader00:12
dewmanI have a hard drive that I can see on my ata card...But when ubuntu oots it says something about revalidation failed? For some reason it cant see that drive. Is there a log that I can look at to see why or what it is doing?00:12
dewmanopps. Boots00:13
tpocraejdo: Do you know how I could customize what packages are installed as well as preserving desktop settings, not only across boots off the USB medium00:13
jribgartral: and even more simply than that: what are you actually claiming?  "64bit corruption" is terribly vague.  Find a bug report about the issue you are talking about at bugs.ubuntu.com00:13
tpocrabut also installing those package changes00:13
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tpocraand settings when installing ubuntu?"00:14
Splendidhow to kill screen program00:14
Splendidwith deatached sessions?00:14
gartraljrib: sorry for not having my own homework done, but i hear that after running 64 bit jaunty for a few days, it will eventually curropt the partition on the drives00:15
SeaPhorIdleOne, you have any experience with connecting ubuntu to a cisco router via db9-eth and console cable, the app to use to console in?00:15
IdleOneSeaPhor: none at all00:15
SeaPhork, tks anyway IdleOne00:16
gartralbugs.ubuntu.com just 404ed on me00:16
IdleOneprobably a 64bit corruption00:16
IdleOneloads fine here00:17
jribgartral: again, hear from whom exactly?  fwiw, I've been running 64bit ubuntu since dapper without any issue like that...00:17
gartraljrib: alright, thanks00:17
gartraljrib: bugs.ubuntu.com is 404'ing on me00:17
SeaPhorjrib,  you have any experience with connecting ubuntu to a cisco router via db9-eth and console cable, the app to use to console in?00:17
jribSeaPhor: over my head00:17
LinuxGuyMarshallI need to make my Ubuntu box record the output of my speaker. Technical speak : I want the machine to think line out is also line in00:18
djbpythonI am trying to run a bash script but it is failing with command not found00:18
jribdjbpython: pastebin00:18
SeaPhork, tks anyway jrib00:18
djbpythonI am in its directory and doing sudo ./scriptname.sh00:18
gartraljrib: nvm, i had "buggs" not bugs00:18
djbpythonpaste the script or my bash session?00:18
jribdjbpython: pastebin your script, exactly what you are typing, and the full output00:18
SeaPhordjbpython, try sh scriptname.sh00:18
jrib!pastebin > djbpython00:18
ubottudjbpython, please see my private message00:18
gartraljrib: article #346691 https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/34669100:19
tpocraSplendid: see the process list with "ps aux" then kill the process ID of the screen program00:20
gtechhello "D00:21
Gr1Greetings .. Is there any way I can integrate ldap client authentication using preseed ?00:21
shavinderwhen rying to access samba shares on ubuntu server from a windows client, is it necessary that the same username account should exist on wnidows client machine? or should windows just prompt for a username and password to open the share?00:21
djbpythonthe script issupposed to do a file lock00:21
djbpythonfor process restricting00:21
jribgartral: comments claim it's not an issue with 2.6.3000:21
djbpythonit is copy pasted00:21
Gr1shavinder: The username should be on the samba server00:22
djbpythonit is the exact script and exact output00:22
gtechAnyone know why I'd be getting these errors while trying to make gettext?: /usr/include/bits/fcntl2.h:51: error: call to '__open_missing_mode' declared with attribute error: open with O_CREAT in second argument needs 3 arguments00:22
gtechmake[4]: *** [write-catalog.lo] Error 100:22
gtechmake[4]: Leaving directory `/home/gtech/Desktop/gettext-0.17/gettext-tools/src'00:22
gtechmake[3]: *** [all] Error 200:22
gtechmake[3]: Leaving directory `/home/gtech/Desktop/gettext-0.17/gettext-tools/src'00:22
FloodBot2gtech: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.00:22
gtechmake[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 100:22
LinuxGuyMarshallI want my computer to think line out is also line in. Anyone able to help?00:22
SeaPhordjbpython, try sudo sh scriptname.sh00:23
shavinderG21: after creating relevant users on server using adduser command, is there anything else required to be done for their home directories to be picked up by samba?00:23
jrib!enter | djbpython00:23
ubottudjbpython: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!00:23
di||itan1eLeo, dont do a Letterman!00:23
IdleOneLinuxGuyMarshall: maybe #ubuntustudio might be more help00:24
shavinderG21: assuming that smb.conf is okay for user security share00:24
LinuxGuyMarshallIdleOne, thanks00:24
gtechHey I'm trying to figure out why gettext won't make, I just put the errors in pastebin00:24
jribSeaPhor: probably better to use bash, since ubuntu's sh is dash by default00:24
jribdjbpython: pastebin: ls -l myscript.sh00:25
jribgtech: erm, gettext is in the repositories, don't compile it00:26
SeaPhorshavinder, did you use the cmd like : useradd -ggroupname -s/bin/false(if u dont want them to have ssh) -ppassword-d/path/to/home/dir -m username00:26
gtechjrib: repositories?00:26
jrib!software > gtech00:26
ubottugtech, please see my private message00:26
djbpythonSeaPhor, that did the trick00:26
jribgtech: yes, the standard way to install software on ubuntu is through APT!00:27
jribdjbpython: your file probably wasn't executable00:27
gtechawesome, thanks00:27
meaniefacewhy would you be compiling stuff when you don't know what repository is?00:27
djbpythonjrib, how do I make it executable00:27
djbpythonI have !/bin/bash00:27
SeaPhorgotcha jrib, i just noticed i had to use that on ubuntu as i do the "./" at work with SLED,,,00:27
jrib!permissions > djbpython00:27
ubottudjbpython, please see my private message00:27
jribdjbpython: basically: chmod +x myscript.sh00:28
djbpythonjrib, oh ah ok thanks00:28
shavinderSeaPhor: I think I just did useradd and then it prompted me for password and other data like room no, telephone etc. After that a home directory got created in the Homes by the same name as the user i created. SO i assumed everything went correct. Should I use the command as you just showed?00:28
xim_is there an ubuntu program to attempt to recover deleted files from ntfs?00:28
xim_or linux00:29
LjL!testdisk | xim_ this probably doesn't care about the filesystem00:29
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about testdisk00:29
LjL!info testdisk | xim_ this probably doesn't care about the filesystem00:29
LjLbut still, you're more likely to have luck with a Windows program, i suspect00:29
SeaPhori do shavinder look here-->   http://www.ahinc.com/linux101/users.htm00:29
ubottuxim_: testdisk (source: testdisk): Partition scanner and disk recovery tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 6.10-1 (jaunty), package size 1451 kB, installed size 4532 kB00:29
xim_ljl thx00:30
sobersabrehi. is there a special chan for koala ?00:30
LjL!karmic | sobersabre00:30
ubottusobersabre: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 29th, 2009 - Karmic is BETA and MAY break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+100:30
fool_hey guys does karmic fix the intel graphic issues ?00:30
sobersabreLjL: thanks.00:30
mneptokwalkinginLA: one thing's for sure you aren't starring in the movies 'cause you're ....00:31
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CaptainMorganI was looking at some themes over at gnome-look.org and I'd like to post this picture, there's no nudity but some might consider it on the racy side... my main question concerns how to get the systems statistics are on display in this pic? http://gnome-look.org/content/preview.php?preview=1&id=71126&file1=71126-1.png&file2=&file3=&name=UbuntuGirl&PHPSESSID=78f0669dea474dad727e37a6e93fa95400:34
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CaptainMorgancan anyone point me to where I can get system stats like that... and I'm assuming they run in real-time00:35
jribCaptainMorgan: conky00:35
CaptainMorganjrib, conky?00:35
jribCaptainMorgan: yes, conky00:35
CaptainMorganoh... great, I just did a quick search... wasn't sure at first what you meant, thanks!00:35
jribCaptainMorgan: it's in the repositories and there are tons of guides00:35
boscopI installed msttcorefonts, but they don't show up in the fonts list after restarting OO!00:36
xim_how can i tell what kernel im using?00:37
jribxim_: uname -a00:37
shavinderI confirmed that I used "adduser" command to create users on my ubuntu server. In order to share their home directories do i need to do anything other than what is mentioned here https://help.ubuntu.com/9.04/serverguide/C/samba-fileprint-security.html ?00:38
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CaptainMorganjrib, are you familiar with conky or lua5.1? after I try to run the configure script (since the repos only have v1.5, and I can get v1.72 of conky), it says I need lua5.1 >= , so I use Synaptic to get liblua 5.1 and lua5.1 along with any dependencies... then I go back to the configure script and it's still saying that lua5.1 is missing...00:44
jribCaptainMorgan: I would recommend you just use the version in the repositorie00:45
trismCaptainMorgan: just need to sudo apt-get install conky00:46
mneptokCaptainMorgan: you need liblua-dev00:48
* Dibblah wonders why the UK gets "Isle of Man time"00:48
mneptokCaptainMorgan: the development libraries against which programs link are seperate packages00:48
MythBorkHey all, if I made a dd copy of a disk to a file, can I mount it with the mount loop option? I dd'd the entire drive which has several partitions00:48
CaptainMorganthank you mneptok00:48
MythBorkmount loop isn't working so far, and is saying bad fs type00:49
dajhornMythBork: Yes, but you need to call losetup with the offset for each filesystem in the raw image.00:49
Delrykcan anyone help me with using grep in terminal ?00:49
jrib!ask | Delryk00:49
ubottuDelryk: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-)00:49
dajhornMythBork: Use a utility like fdisk to read the partition table from the dd image and get an offset for the filesystem that you want to mount.00:50
jribDelryk: grep --help | grep Usage00:50
Delrykjrib how can i use grep to search for lines in a text file that contain exactly one vowel?00:51
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dajhornDelryk: That sounds like a homework question.00:51
PacketCollisionDelryk: try reading basic regex howtos00:51
jribDelryk: learn about character classes00:51
Delrykyeah i have been doing this for about 10 hours -.-00:51
jribDelryk: start by searching just for lines that contain exactly one 'a' then00:52
kilois anyone familiar with how to recovery partial (or complete) files from corrupted folder on a windows drive, connected via USB? The filesystem is still in tact and I can see the root files of the windows directory, but I cannot see or access the folder in question... I'm assuming it's flagged as either deleted or corrupt upon mounting (I'm running 9.04).00:52
boscopI installed msttcorefonts, but they don't show up in the fonts list even after restarting open office writer!00:52
Delrykjrib i dont even know how to search for lines that contain exactly one 'a' do i have to use {n,m} ?00:52
boscophow can I decompress uif and daa files??00:53
jribDelryk: did you learn about character classes yet?00:53
jribDelryk: that will probably help you00:53
Delryklike this: [a,e,i,o,u] ?00:54
jribDelryk: that would include ','...00:54
jribI think?00:54
MythBorkdajhorn, I found the partition I want is /media/sdb1/sysdisk.102109bak.iso2 according to fdisk. the losetup man file isn't very helpful. How to I feed that into the mount command to get it to mount?00:54
PacketCollisionDelryk: http://marvin.cs.uidaho.edu/~heckendo/Handouts/regex.html00:54
jdoghackerhey how would you enable wireless networking on a laptop with a built in wireless card with ubuntu linux00:54
jribDibblah: now learn how to invert character classes00:55
beruchti2te[aeiou] in python00:55
Dibblahjrib: [^...]00:55
jribDibblah: that should be helpful...00:55
MythBorkjdoghacker, network manager00:55
jdoghackerok let me get there00:55
mankashcaptainMorgan: are you there?00:55
CaptainMorganyes mankash , may I ask why?00:56
brian1how do you view ubuntu files in windows?00:56
Dibblahs/ (.) (.) / \2 \1 / - reorder two characters, seperated by spaces.00:56
DibblahOr boobies.00:56
X7I have an old pc I use a media server (currently windows) does ubuntu play well with an old Geforce 2, cant find it on the hardware compat list???00:56
brian1how do you view ubuntu files in windows?00:56
jribPacketCollision: do you have a solution using regex, I'm curious if yours is more effecient (I'll pm you mine)00:57
mankashI checked the pic you posted: how to configure ubuntu for that nice lookking icons at the bottom00:57
DibblahRegex efficiency differs with the tool you use.00:57
trismjrib: I got one, hehe00:57
Delrykjrib. can u point me in some direction ?00:57
X7I have an old pc I use a media server (currently windows) does ubuntu play well with an old Geforce 2, cant find it on the hardware compat list???00:57
mankashcaptainmorgan: I checked the pic you posted: how to configure ubuntu for that nice lookking icons at the bottom00:57
Dibblah^^^ - That's called up.00:57
jribDibblah: I didn't mean efficient computationally00:58
jribDibblah: I guess I meant "elegant"00:58
CaptainMorganmankash, don't know - I'm busy trying to set up the stats to the right of the pic00:58
jribDelryk: I thought I did00:58
gtechhow do i find a listing of what devices are on what ports?00:58
DeevzHey folks!00:59
n8tusergtech-> lsusb  and try lshw too00:59
olymHi there.00:59
vasseranyone here uses gparted ?00:59
olymI have a quick question.00:59
DeevzOh haha, wrong channel >.>00:59
vasseri could use some help with it00:59
Delrykjrib i have learned regex so far. what i dont know how to do is specify that my regex may only occur once01:00
gtechkickass, thanks n8tuser01:00
olymDoes ubunut offer any support for touch screen computers?01:00
Flannelolym: Yes01:00
olymFlannel: Which ones? I have a Latitude XT01:00
kiloIs anyone familiar with data recovery on an NTFS drive through ubuntu?01:00
Flannelolym: I don't know01:00
olymFlannel: Do you know where I might need to check?01:01
jribDelryk: well you have to think of it like this: [match a bunch of stuff that is not an a] [match a single a] [match a bunch of stuff that is not an a]01:01
Dibblahkilo: Do you have a backup of the drive?01:01
X7I have an old pc I use a media server (currently windows) does ubuntu play well with an old Geforce 2, cant find it on the hardware compat list???01:01
DibblahIf not, take one.01:01
Flannelolym: google (your laptop model and ubuntu) also, a nice way to check is trying a liveCD (but it might not work ot of the box, you might need to fiddle/enable/whatever stuff)01:01
kiloDibblah, no, it's for a client. I only have the original drive.01:02
DibblahX7: Try a netboot CD.01:02
olymFlannel: Alright. Thanks for your help. I appreciate ti.01:02
kiloDibblah, if I had a backup, I'd probably just restore it at this point...01:02
X7Dibblah, live cd?01:02
DibblahErr... Try a live CD, even :)01:02
Delrykjrib: ok. so [^a][a][^a]   ?01:02
CaptainMorganjrib, the updated version and configuring it was very worth it :)01:02
Dibblahkilo: I mean take a backup before fiddling with it ;)01:02
X7Dibblah, this pc has usb boot. i can use the startup disk thingy even i think.01:02
jribDelryk: sure, that's a start.  Now run some examples and see if that does what you want (it doesn't exactly).  Use "grep --color=auto"01:03
geneticxsup you all01:03
kiloDibblah, ahh.... no I have only run chkdsk from the command prompt and that's it.01:03
trismDelryk: you forgot the bunch of stuff of what jrib said01:03
DibblahThat's a bad plan.01:03
Dibblahchkdsk can completely ruin a recoverable drive.01:04
DibblahLike I said, take an image of the disk FIRST.01:04
DibblahThen only work on the image.01:04
jribDelryk: the --color/auto option will show you exactly what grep is matching01:04
DibblahWhat are you trying to recover?01:04
kiloDibblah, fortunately, it found no bad sectors. I really don't even think the drive is recoverable: It's having delayed write failures01:04
Delrykok jrib can u give me an example of how i would search for lets say z in file1.txt ?01:05
DibblahAre you trying to recover data off it, or just repair it?01:05
Delrykoh i got it01:05
kiloDibblah, also I told it not to fix... only to report. I ran it based on another root, so it never booted from the drive (although the drive is bootable)01:05
KnifeySpooneyUsing usb-imagewriter, is it possible to write a Mac OS X install iso to a usb drive?01:05
jribDelryk: well for testing let's just pipe to grep.  So for example: echo abcad | grep --color=auto '[^a][a][^a]'01:05
KnifeySpooneymy friend has a legit copy of mac os x but no dvd drive01:06
Dibblahjrib: That's grep version dependent.01:06
OerHeksolyn : this guy has written a howto > http://www.mayrhofer.eu.org/Default.aspx?pageid=7701:06
Dibblahgrep -E should force regexes to work.01:06
jribDibblah: this is #ubuntu, I'm assuming default grep behavior on ubuntu01:06
kiloDibblah, gonna examine it with autopsy and see what pops up01:06
Delryksorry jrib i dont know echo or how it works i do know the pipe though01:06
Delrykand i dont need to use the pipe its a simple 6 line .txt01:07
DibblahYeah, but good habits are good habits ;)01:07
jribDelryk: echo foo just spits back foo.  We're testing your command with it01:07
Delrykok i getting that jrib01:08
Delrykthe only thing i dont know how to do is as for it once only01:08
jribDibblah: fair enough :)01:08
KnifeySpooneyDoes UNetBootin write only Linux images, or can it write usb images of Mac install discs?01:08
kristian_hi, just installed ubuntu 9.401:09
kristian_after I got my (AMD) graphics working, the sound is very slow and I hear a clicking noise01:10
jribDelryk: see how your suggestion works on some examples and how you can fix it01:10
Kajros1Anyone running Ubuntu netbook Remix having issues with videos on youtube and such to play?01:11
thedude42kristian_, clicking most often indicates disk problems01:11
eeinis pulse known to have problems with eeepc's?  i do not hear any sound on my 1000h with Intel Corporation 82801G (ICH7 Family) High Definition Audio Controller (rev 02)01:11
eeinis pulseaudio installed by default on 9.0401:11
kristian_thedude42, I did not have these problems five minutes ago01:11
KnifeySpooneyWill a USB drive be bootable if I convert a .iso to a .img file?01:12
Rick_greetings all. I have an issue with perl and portable ubuntu01:12
fuzzybunnyHi does anyone know anything about fixing assocations in Ubuntu. Sometimes when I double click on html files they don't open in firefox and plain text files just don't launch anything01:12
Delrykjrib im looking at an example it says 'a\{2,3\}' i know what the 2,3 does but what does the \ do ?01:12
Rick_I see that the installed version iv 5.8.8 i48601:12
Rick_can this be updated or changed to i386?01:12
trismfuzzybunny: right click on the file (witht he format you want to change associations), Properties/Open With tab01:13
VossI was shocked totem actually worked!01:13
FlannelDelryk: in "real" regexp a{2,3} means "from two to three of 'a'"  the \ are just to escape the {}s to protect them from bash or whatever. (just a construct of the program you're using)01:13
jribDelryk: what you've written matches aa or aaa, that's just the syntax for it.  Sometimes, depending on where you are using the regex, you'll need to escape things like braces so they are treated as special and not just matched in the text01:13
thedude42Flannel, only if by 'real' you mean Perl Regular Expressions01:13
Rick_perl -pi -e 's/\s+$//' file.txt should remove all trailing white spaces from lines in text file but it just blows the file out. This works fine on RHEL01:14
jribthe only thing i hate about regex is that there are a million different kinds...01:14
Rick_anybody know why and what to do?01:14
KnifeySpooneyWill a USB drive be bootable if I convert a .iso to a .img file?01:14
eeinhow do i determine if pulseaudio is the source of my problem?01:15
FlannelKnifeySpooney: Do you have a recent Ubuntu system somewhere? (even if its a liveCD)?01:15
fcuk112_eein: have you played around with alsamixer?01:15
jribRick_: "blows the file out"?01:15
Rick_empties it of all tett01:16
KnifeySpooneyFlannel: Yes, I'm using one right now. The OS I want to convert from iso to img is Mac though (need to install via usb)01:16
Rick_zero in the file01:16
KnifeySpooneyI'm using karmic beta.01:16
RugeWhats the best way for me to download and install the nVidia driver for my gfx card?01:16
jribRick_: heh fwiw, here on arch that deletes all trailing white space as well as the final newline of every line01:16
FlannelKnifeySpooney: You can use the "make a USB bootable something or other" menu item (under system > admin) to make an arbitrary ISO into a bootable USB01:16
KnifeySpooneyRuge: sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-nvidia01:16
eeinfcuk112_, hmmm im not sure how to open my sound in settings01:17
kilohow can I find out where the block of data is for a USB drive I've just plugged in?  (/dev/sda???)01:17
eeinnothing pertaining to sound there01:17
Rick_yeah, I see that.01:17
fcuk112_eein: type alsamixer in terminal01:17
KnifeySpooneyRuge: woops.. went off memory. That doesnt seem to be the right one but it's close01:17
Rick_JRIB - anything i can do or live with it and work this out on RHEL?01:17
KnifeySpooneyFlannel: That works for any OS? Awesome.01:17
jribRick_: you actually want to use perl right?01:18
Delrykjrib me and my friends have been doing this for hours. like a ridiculous amount of time. the only reason im still doing it is because this course is a $5000 investment..... do you know how to do this ?01:18
tech_does anyone know about gammu or wammu in here?01:18
eeinfcuk112_, ok i have the gui also mixer open01:18
Rick_have many files to do01:18
Rick_command line FOR loops are great for this01:18
Rick_i am not much of a programmer01:18
Flannelmorphias: er, you're trying to install OSX?  I don't know.  You can certainly try it.01:18
KnifeySpooneyRuge: Sorry, it's actually 'sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-nv'01:18
fcuk112_eein: try to see if any of the volumes are low, if they are increase them with the cursor keys.  esc to exit.01:18
Rugeahh, heh, just found an error when i did the 1st command01:19
gtechokay lsusb and lshw are nice but they won't tell me the mount point of the device, is there another way?01:19
morphiasFlannel, ???01:19
Rick_JRIB - I am open to suggestions.01:19
Flannelmorphias: No idea how I managed to highlight you.01:19
eeinfcuk112_, the gain is always low after every boot01:19
morphiasoh ok. lol01:19
jribRick_: well you can just use sed... anyway if I change \s to just ' ' it doesn't remove the final newline01:19
thedude42gtech, use df -ha01:19
eeinfcuk112_, that seems to be all that is wrong01:19
Rick_ok - I'll try that.01:19
tredanyone know how to start plasma desktop headless?01:20
jribRick_: I think sed should accept [[:space:]] to match whitespace01:20
fcuk112_eein: but you get sound now?01:20
eeinfcuk112_, yes01:20
eeinbut after every reboot it is muted01:20
fcuk112_eein: strange.01:20
fcuk112_eein: maybe someone else knows why.01:20
gtechthedude42: I'm trying to find a USB RFID card reader01:21
thedude42gtech, ok, well the reason people told you lsusb and lshw is because that will tell you how your system is identifying the devices, but you asked for a mount point just now01:22
crohakonWhen I log into my server box it tells me I have x packages can be updated... how do I update them?01:22
gtechis there a way to find the port that the device is on?01:22
Cyr4xhi i've got a glx issue01:22
c4pthow do i connect to a wpa2 enterprise connection with PEAP on ubuntu?01:23
jribRick_: by the way, escaping the + in your original command seems to make it work right here01:23
Cyr4xglxinfo gives this:01:23
Cyr4xXlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0.0".01:23
Rick_cool - brb01:23
thedude42gtech, lsusb tells you the information about what usb devices are connected to your system.... what do you mean exactly by 'the port'.... the full pci path to the device?01:23
Cyr4xError: couldn't find RGB GLX visual or fbconfig01:23
jribRick_: never mind, I lied01:23
Cyr4xnvidia 185 drivers properly installed01:23
gtechthedude42: like a path in the filesystem like /dev/tty*01:24
jribRick_: sed -i 's/[[:space:]]\+$//   works alright though01:24
=== Prodego_ is now known as Prodego
DelrykList all the lines in the “f3.txt” file that contain words which contain exactly one vowel. can anyone help with this ? using grep01:24
eeinfcuk112_, wtf figured it out http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=114560301:24
thedude42gtech, like all other devices it's in /dev, for usb it will be under /dev/bus/usb01:24
Rick_Thanks so much.01:25
eeinno offense but that is retarted, this was a standard install01:25
eeinthe only hing i added was ccsm01:25
gtechthedude42: great thanks, how do i figure out which device is which?01:25
ziomushello guys01:25
ziomusI need help with samba01:26
OerHeksc4py select the right SSID in the network list, feed it username/password/certificate and that's it01:26
thedude42gtech, lsusb tells you that, it says 'Bus xxx' on the line that lists the device, that's how you know which directory to look in under /dev/bus/usb01:26
jribDelryk: usually you take courses to learn.  I don't mind giving you hints, but there's not much point in just asking for a solution01:26
thedude42gtech, all the information to find it is in lsusb01:26
gtechah, cool, I was really confused by the bus device language01:27
Cyr4xso, any solution?01:27
ziomusMy problem is that i can not see my folders that i shared from the other computer ( OS windows) but i can see sharing folders that i am sharing from windows..01:27
jribDelryk: if it helps, I try to think of difficult homework problems as puzzles to work on01:27
Delrykjrib: so far everything that i have been told hasnt helped me at all. i know how to use regex but i dont have an understanding of how to actually only find the words that contains one vowel only. i havent learned how to search words rather than lines01:27
korin43c4pt: Click on the Networkmanager applet then click on the network and type in the information you're given01:28
jribDelryk: what examples did you try with your '[a][^a][a]' suggestion from before?01:28
c4ptkorin43: what about the CA cert?01:28
c4ptkorin43: do i use the user CA cert or the host CA cert?01:28
jribDelryk: don't solve the whole problem at once.  Start by solving the problem of how to just find lines that contain a single 'a'01:28
Distro^Junkieany particular reason why file transfers from ubuntu to vista on dual boot are so slow ?01:28
ziomusmore specific please <--noobie01:28
Delrykjrib: i got that01:29
gtechthedude42: so bus is the device type and Device is the device number? like device 003 would be the third device and come up as hiddev2?01:29
korin43c4pt, there should be an option to just accept the host cert. I don't have anything to test on right now..01:29
jribDelryk: what's the answer to that?01:29
Delrykwait only 1 a ?01:29
kilohow do I find the location of a HD that I plug in via usb? Is it automatically  /dev/sdb1  provided no other HDs are mounted?  How do I find out??01:29
Delrykso if there is 2 a's then its invalid right ?01:29
jribDelryk: right01:29
OerHekskilo : desktop01:29
Delrykgive me a minute LOL01:29
trismDelryk: need to think about matching the line as a whole01:30
thedude42gtech, right, so assume we're talking about a device like so: Bus 003 Device 002: ID 046d:c318 Logitech, Inc.01:30
* Dcash needs halp01:30
Delryktrism: i dont know how to do that though01:30
korin43c4pt: For "Authentication" choose PEAP, then put in the information you have and ignore the CA Certificate part01:30
thedude42then we should be able to find the device file at /dev/bus/usb/003/00201:30
DcashI need help connecting to the internet.  Just switched from Vista.01:31
kiloOerHeks, yes, I see it, but how do I find the location address? I'm trying to repair it via gddrescue01:31
nanotubeDelryk: ^somestuff$   that says that your somestuff should match the whole string from beginning to end. that's 'matching a line as a whole'01:31
Delrykthanks nano01:31
c4ptkorcan: using the TrustedCA.pem as the host cert or choosing no cert and ignore with peap its denied. with the right user and password01:31
ziomusdelryk check out my msg on privey01:32
c4ptkorcan: sorry the message was for korin4301:32
kilowow this is frustrating.... you'd think linux would have put the address of mounted disks in an easy to find location...01:32
c4ptkorin43:  using the TrustedCA.pem as the host cert or choosing no cert and ignore with peap its denied. with the right user and password01:33
nanotubeDelryk: so as a hint, you're looking for a regexp that would do something like: "^0 or more nonvowels, one vowel, 0 or more non-vowels$"01:33
eeinkilo, type fdisk at a terminal01:33
nevets04Hi everyone!!01:33
thedude42kilo, df -ah not work?01:33
jribkilo: what do you mean by "address"?01:33
Delrykegrep '^a$' f3.txt   i do have a line that is just a single a01:34
kiloeein, thanks I think that worked!01:34
Delrykand that doesnt give me any rsult01:34
ziomusany1 can help me setup the network cause i can not see my sharing folder on windows01:34
kilothedude42, THAT worked... thanks!!01:34
thedude42kilo ;)01:34
kilojrib, nevermind, I got it... thanks though!01:34
nanotubeDelryk: are you sure that line only hase the one 'a' and nothing else? because that /should/ work to produce the line that only has the lone a01:35
eeinkilo, actually thedude42 answer would probably be better01:35
Delryklol nano i was using the wrong file >.<01:35
kiloeein, yes, thank you... I saw his and it worked great!  thanks for your help though01:36
nanotubeDelryk: heh01:36
nanotubeDelryk: well have fun, you should be able to figure it out from here, i'm going to grab some food. :)01:36
Delryknano how ironic im ordering pizza lol01:36
fuzzman54My sound is higher pitched than it should be. Everything that comes out of my speakers sound like it has been chipmunked. I'm using an integrated Intel 82801BA sound card.01:36
nevets04Is irc.ubuntu.com #ubuntu, the same as irc.freenode.com #ubuntu?01:37
jribnevets04: yes01:37
nevets04jrib, Thanks.01:38
fuzzman54I found a solution, but it's for freebsd and I don't know what the guy is talking about.01:38
korin43c4pt: I'm not really sure what's happening. When I connected to the WPA2 Enterprise network for my university, I left the certificate part out because i didn't know and it worked. :(01:39
elviroloi'm looking for a mouse macro tool  (which records mouse movements) - xmacro and gnee don't seem to work01:41
fuzzman54 My sound is higher pitched than it should be. Everything that comes out of my speakers sound like it has been chipmunked. I'm using an integrated Intel 82801BA sound card.01:42
=== fabian5003 is now known as DarkFeeling
DarkFeelingCan anyone help me to get a mail password???01:43
fuzzman54Can anyone help me fix my sound?01:43
spinningwhat other big channels on freenode?01:44
spinningis this it?01:44
spinningis there a way to list channels on this irc server?01:45
korin43DarkFeeling: What do you mean? A password on gmail, yahoo mail, etc? I doubt anyone on here will help you.01:45
gtechI'm getting the error Inappropriate ioctl for device what are the possible causes for this?01:45
korin43spinning: If you're using xchat, go to Server -> List Channels01:45
DarkFeelingC'mon, a Gmail one :( help, I beg you....01:45
spinningnah, mIRC01:46
DarkFeelingYou guys are the geeks, please help.01:46
korin43DarkFeeling: Even if anyone on here knew how to do that, we're not going to help you hack someone's email account.01:46
fuzzman54Yeah. You guys are the smart ones, help me!01:46
_Space_Cace_how do i teel if i gott a 32 or 64 bit system?01:47
DarkFeelingPlease, help... It's just curiosity in a human is so big :(01:47
Delrykwats the processor space cace ?01:47
_Space_Cace_hoe do i tell if i have a 64 or 32 bit system?01:47
IdleOneDarkFeeling: you want help hacking a gmail account?01:47
DarkFeelingYes, IdleOne01:47
korin43spinning: Apparently you can type /list but the output might be REALLY big..01:47
_Space_Cace_adm i think01:48
IdleOneDarkFeeling: wont get any help here. please stop asking for help for something illegal01:48
coz__Space_Cace_,  open a terminal and tyep    arch01:48
_Space_Cace_aint there something i can type in term to show the readout?01:48
DarkFeelingPlease... :(01:48
coz__Space_Cace_,  tell me what the read out of that is01:48
coz_DarkFeeling,  is this your email account?01:49
_Space_Cace_im not on a ubuntu computer just typed it...01:49
KnifeySpooneyHi, how do I use apt-get to download packages only, *to a specific location such as a usb drive*?01:49
korin43_Space_Cace_: type uname -a, the part after the time and before GNU/Linux is your architecture.01:49
DarkFeelingEmmm... *looks around* yeah...01:49
IdleOne_Space_Cace_: uname -a should tell you01:49
rileyIm really new to linux.. or i feel like i am.. ive been getting massive critical errors that are making me consider going back to the dark side. Is htere something im not doing with linux to prep my machine? 2 days ago i had a massive xorg failure. yesterday/today i had an io manager bad magic error.. fsck had me pretty much delete everything..01:49
DarkFeelingI'm kiddin' is mine....01:49
DarkFeelingIs just I need a Word document I left there....01:50
DarkFeelingneed it for tomorrw..01:50
korin43_Space_Cace_: Er.. uname -m01:50
_Space_Cace_yea but how do i tell if its a 64 or 32 bit?01:50
DarkFeelingplease... :(01:50
cedriczgHello Ubuntu Community01:50
DarkFeelingI may loose the semester :(01:50
coz_DarkFeeling,  well  you might want to notify  gmail and see if they can acomodate you01:50
korin43_Space_Cace_: i686 = 32 bit01:50
coz_DarkFeeling,  other wise you will have to  remembe01:50
_Space_Cace_uname -m i68601:50
_Space_Cace_ok ty01:50
coz_DarkFeeling,  remember the password :)01:50
coz__Space_Cace_,  ok so 32 bit01:51
DarkFeelingI've tried... damn... I hate my brain01:51
cedriczgI am sure someone may have already fixed the problem to get a screen resolution greater that 800x600 on ubuntu 9.04... Anyone?01:51
IdleOneDarkFeeling: spend less time trying to crack password and more time rewriting the paper01:51
DarkFeelingThanks, IdleOne, I'll try. :(01:51
bikedogsolariscedriczg: download drivers ;) my first mistare!01:52
coz_DarkFeeling,  well there is absolutely Nothing we can do with that.... and I am sure no one here feels comfortable even contemplating  trying to help with that :)01:52
rileycedriczg: once i installed the vid driver it found it for me01:52
KnifeySpooneyHi, how do I use apt-get to download packages only, *to a specific location such as a usb drive*?01:52
cedriczgriley, which package would it be on synaptic?01:52
rileycedriczg: that depends on your graphics card01:53
pfifocedriczg, displayconfig-gtk works for my setup01:53
korin43KnifeySpooney: apt-get -d01:53
rileyanyone have any ideas as to how to avoid critical failures01:53
spinningdo people mostly just sit idle on freenode?01:53
KnifeySpooneykorin43: I need to download to my flash drive, not just /var/apt/cache01:53
spinningwhy is there hardly any chat?01:53
rileyio manager bad magic?01:53
coz_spinning,  that depends on the channel and the question01:53
coz_spinning,   If I dont know the answer I generally say that  instead of remainging quiet  however if no one answers and there is activity in the channel ...it is most likely no one has an answer01:54
Distro^Junkieany particular reason for slow file transfers between ubuntu 9.04 and vista on a dual boot using the same disc ?01:54
pfifospinning, its tottally different from efnet, people are hear to collaborate, not be entertained01:54
cedriczgriley, So can I find out which graphic card do I have. I actually don't recall the commands...01:55
=== wfaulk_ is now known as wfaulk
DarkFeelingWell, bye geeks :(01:55
DarkFeelingI'm gunna kill myself01:56
rileycedriczg: not really sure on linux...01:56
DarkFeelingI'm kiddin' :P01:56
timestandstillMake sure you put a tarp down first or something.01:56
chris-sI have a man page file that is not correctly associated with a command, Anyone know how to view it please? Opening it in a text editor is a mess because of the formatting.01:56
DarkFeelingor not???01:56
pfifoDarkFeeling, I reccommend... ohh n/m01:56
bikedogsolarismore lawl01:56
DarkFeelingNo, no, say it, pfifo01:56
* pfifo had the final solution01:56
timestandstillDown the street, DarkFeeling, not across the road.01:56
DarkFeelingThat's the most stupid thing I've heard...01:57
DarkFeelingGirls, doit like that... am a littla man.. :P01:57
bikedogsolarisnot as stupid as the things i say...01:57
ubottuTo replicate your packages selection on another machine (or restore it if re-installing), you can type « aptitude  --display-format '%p' search '?installed!?automatic' > ~/my-packages », move the file "my-packages" to the other machine, and there type « sudo xargs aptitude --schedule-only install < my-packages ; sudo aptitude install » - See also !automate01:57
cedriczgriley, I just found a command that may tell me the card I have " sudo update-pciids; sudo lspci | grep VGA  " maybe this can help you in future ;)01:58
DarkFeelingLinux can kiss my butt, bitches01:58
ubottuWays to automate installation of Ubuntu on multiple machines are described at https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/installation-guide/i386/automatic-install.html - See also !cloning01:58
korin43KnifeySpooney: aptitude download01:58
rileyis there a way to shield your machine from critical errors?01:58
DarkFeelingWindows 4eva <333333333333333301:58
Distro^JunkieDarkFeeling: and the point of that is ??01:58
pfifoWe all know solaris pwns us all01:58
jribDarkFeeling: do you have an actual ubuntu support question?01:58
=== chaky_ is now known as chaky
DarkFeelingDat'z cuz u guys woodn't help ¬¬01:59
gmapI am following this tutorial https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SoftwareRAID#Configuring%20the%20RAID trying to set up software RAID. Do I setup 3 partitions for each harddrive? 1 for physical Raid, one for root and one for swap? I am bit confused. It will not let me write the partition table without a root partition01:59
chris-sAnyone know how to view a man page file please? I have the actual file, but it is not associated with a command.01:59
korin43KnifeySpooney: Except aptitude download doesn't do deps :(01:59
Distro^Junkiewe don't help in illegal activity01:59
coz_DarkFeeling,  there is nothing we can do abou01:59
coz_your email01:59
jribDarkFeeling: please keep the discussion in this channel related to ubuntu support.  Either by asking a question or answering one01:59
bikedogsolarisDarkFeeling: go to http://linsux.org you can vent there!01:59
DarkFeelingAlright I'll ask one...01:59
DarkFeelingAre you guys virgins???01:59
pfifochris-s, if i remember correctly its gzipped, so zcat would probbally work, also just try google02:00
coz_DarkFeeling,  I think everyone here  trys their best to keep this channel for support with a bit of brevity02:00
KnifeySpooneykorin43: Dang. That's too bad. I think I can just clear my apt cache then download all the packages and copy them over02:00
rileyseriously now.. can anyone help me?02:00
spinningok, who wants to collaborate !!02:00
Delrykhey guys i figured out my answer :D thanks for your help02:00
Delrykgrep -E '\<[^aeiou]*[aeiou][^aeiou]*\>' f3.txt02:00
* spinning is looking for collaborators02:00
=== LjL-Temp is now known as LjL
trismDelryk: good work02:00
rileyis looking for help02:01
rileyhow do you do that spinning02:01
pfifodose anyone know of a way to stream what you see on your desktop to a rtmp server (livestream.com)02:01
coz_spinning,  collboration for what?02:01
Distro^Junkieis 1 hour and 26 minutes slow for transferring 8.6 gigs to an external usb drive ?02:01
Delrykis that correct? or is there a "better" answer ?02:01
spinningfor collaboration!02:01
Distro^Junkiegetting less then 3 mb/s02:01
jribDelryk: of course now you have to take into account that 'y' is sometimes a vowel!02:01
Delryki wont give up until i get the best possible answer02:01
cappicardDistro^Junkie, that sounds like you're using usb 1.102:01
coz_Distro^Junkie,  well yes that sounds a bit slow02:01
trismDelryk: that is basically what I had02:01
korin43Distro^Junkie: Make sure you're using a USB 2.0 port.02:01
rileyam i being ignored??02:01
spinningcollaboration for its own sake!!02:01
jribDelryk: that's what I came up with02:01
tiedyesmileyi have a question i have ubuntu installed currently...can i install win7 and dual boot orr will i have to reinstall ubuntu after win7 to have the boot loader?02:01
rileyno one listens to me02:01
bikedogsolarisDistro^Junkie: that is slow as fuck...02:01
rileyi need real help02:01
coz_riley,   no I dont think so ...what was the question?02:01
jrib!helpme | riley02:02
ubotturiley: Avoid your questions being followed by a trail of "Please, help me", "Can nobody help me?", "I really need this!", and so on. This just contributes to making the channel unreadable. If you are not answered, ask again later; but see also !repeat and !patience02:02
spinningthe good lord hears you riley02:02
Distro^Junkieits a brand new dell so it best be usb 2.002:02
rileythanks jrib02:02
pfiforiley, try addressing the person your talking to directly02:02
cedriczgriley, Are you talking about avoiding critical failures?02:02
spinningget on a knee and pray!02:02
coz_Distro^Junkie,  then yes that verry slow02:02
ubottuGRUB 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/GrubHowto02:02
DelrykHAHAH jrib. i dont want to have a mental break down ;)02:02
rileybut it would have been awesome if someone at leased aknowledged me when i originally asked02:02
Distro^Junkiecoz_: what can I do to speed it up ?02:02
rileyI have been having massive errors ever since switching to linux02:03
bikedogsolarisdistro^junkie: change ports...02:03
jribriley: don't take it the wrong way, that's just how irc works.  If no one knows the answer, no one will help you02:03
rileyio bad magic02:03
coz_Distro^Junkie,  well not sure from this end...  I would try to troubleshoot the usb  to make sure it is 2.0   test other devices on it to be sure it isnt the external drive itself02:03
Thocrunriley, what's up?02:03
rileyand a critical xorg failure02:03
cedriczgriley, which kind of errors? Which kind of PC/laptop do you have?02:03
pfiforiley, try addressing the errors one at a time and be specific, "How do I fix a critical error"  just dosent work02:03
cedriczgriley, Did you try to update all your system with last updates?02:04
=== bikedogsolaris is now known as pedobear
ricteccritical error? where?02:04
coz_Distro^Junkie,  if it turns out it is the external drive  I would immediately remove as much data from it as possible before it dies on you02:04
rileyi have a dell latitude d830 x64, 2gb. i have had the entire system lock into ro and fixed that via fsck. then my xorg failed.02:05
=== pedobear is now known as number11u-max
rabbitofdeathDistro^Junkie what kind of filesystm are you using?02:05
cedriczgriley, Do you have loggin enabled on your system? you can try to check on your messages02:05
rileyi had to reinstall at that point and less than 24 hours later i recieved an io manager bad magic02:05
cedriczgriley, try "grep -i error /var/log/messages" on a terminal to see what kind of message error you see02:05
rileyi update as much as possible and run an fsck whenever i think of it02:06
Thocrunriley, did the computer print any error codes?, what programs where you using?02:06
number11u-maxriley: make it work and never update again!02:06
rictecdell d839 with whitch config?02:06
cedriczgriley, Which Linux have you installed on your Dell ?02:06
rileycedriczg, after teh io manager bad magic error it pretty much wiped the drive, its empty02:06
rileylinuxmint when my xorg failed02:07
pfifocould be the drive02:07
cedriczgriley, Which linux did you installed and which steps did you follow?02:07
rileyand ubuntu when my io failed02:07
shawn_WIth nvidia twinview is there any way to add a taskbar to my second screen?02:07
cedriczgriley, Linuxmint?02:07
rileyits an ubuntu variant02:08
pfifoshawn_, try gnome-panel on that screen (from a terminal) then logoff choosing to save settings02:08
coz_shawn_,   I dont believe so  however you can change a settings in the xorg so that  the panels stretch across both screens  ...the down side is that  maximized windows also open across both screens02:08
Distro^Junkierabbitofdeath: sorry I'm using ext3 on ubuntu and its being transferred to a ntfs formatted usb external.... its even slow sending to vistal on a dual boot02:08
cedriczgriley, I am checking now on web. I was not aware of that flavour02:08
coz_linux mint02:09
Thocrunriley, what (if any) error codes did it say?02:09
etechCrunchbang for my Dell Mini 902:09
shawn_pfifo "Cannot register the panel shell: There is already one running.02:09
coz_crunchbang is cool02:09
rictecnever tryed mint yet02:09
rileyfsck came back with "IO Manager Bad Magic!" then stopped, so i ran it again, and when i let it "fixed" the errors.. it deleted everything from my drive02:10
pfifoshawn_, was just a guess, havent used twinview since 32MB was top of the line for a video card02:10
rabbitofdeathDistro^Junkie personally ive never had good speed when copying to an ntfs drive, ive always used ext3 or 4, but i chalk that up to my old slow drive...02:10
rabbitofdeath also are you using cli to copy or nautalis?02:11
Distro^Junkieboth are new drives02:11
roffeI downloaded virtualbox 3.0.8, but now I can't find it in the menu. How do I run it from the terminal?02:11
etechgot 2 go 73s to all02:11
cedriczgriley, Have you tried again a clean install?02:11
rileynot yet02:11
cedriczgriley, Does Linuxmint have a liveCD ?02:12
ConexionHey all, I'm using Karmic, and have noticed it doesn't use an xorg.conf - How might I add a resolution to use instead of the default 800x600?02:12
rileyim via livecd right now. wanted to see if i was doing something wrong or missing a step after install02:12
rileycedriczg: yes02:12
rictecthat error is a hard disk error02:12
rileyrictec: the IO error?02:12
cedriczgConexion, I am trying to resolve same thing with an ubuntu 9.04. I assume we have to add the correct drivers02:12
trismshawn_: try https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-panel/+question/815202:12
roffehow do I run the virtualbox?02:12
pfiforiley, you rin fsck alot you say? have you run fsck on a mounted filesystem?02:12
rictecriley: what smart drive say on bios?02:12
b1shopcan you boot the livecd into runlevel 3?02:12
rictecprobably backup and replace02:13
cedriczgConexion, As far as I know this command can tell you which graphic card you have "  sudo update-pciids; sudo lspci | grep VGA "02:13
rileypfifo: yes02:13
Conexioncedriczg: You'd think Ubuntu would be able to detect that I'm virtualizing it in VirtualBox02:13
pfiforiley, running fsck n a mounted filesystem causes sever damage, thats what your problem is02:13
ConexionI'll try that02:13
rictecriley: check if smartdrive is on on you dell bios02:13
Distro^Junkierabbitofdeath: nautilas02:13
BoxMagnetinstalling nfs-common fails and says initscript nfs action start failed?? t02:14
rileyrictec: what am i looking for02:14
roffehow do I run the virtualbox?02:14
rileypfifo: reaaaallly02:14
cedriczgConexion, It should do. And that command would check on your graphic card (i.e. hardware)02:14
guatenoobhi guys, someone with experience using apt-mirror ?02:14
rictecriley: a smardrive option on dell bios02:14
cedriczgConexion, Give it a try and let me know02:14
Conexion00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: InnoTek Systemberatung GmbH VirtualBox Graphics Adapter - that's what I get02:14
cedriczgConexion, Hablás español?02:15
pfiforiley, yes, really, you have to boot a livecd or another install to fsck your root filesystem02:15
rileyrictec: once i find smartdrive... what do i do?02:15
rileypfifo: interestiing.. damn.02:15
gmaphow much space should i leave for a /boot partition?02:15
ConexionActualy, I don't :p02:15
BoxMagnetinstalling nfs-common fails and says initscript nfs action start failed?? t02:15
rictecput it on riley it will check your hard drive for hardware errors02:15
guatenoobi need some help, i tell is downloading cause conky tells me the download speed, but i dont see any changes in my hard disk space, any advice _02:15
capI have a broadcom Wireless card in this Dell X300 laptop, it's a bcm4306  Any ideas on how to get it to work?02:15
capOr should I just junk it?02:15
rictecand if it finds one it will tell you to backup and replace the hardisk02:15
pfiforiley, you dont need to run fsck hardly ever, its automated... this leads to the question, what were you trying to fix with fsck?02:15
rileyrictec: gotcha. Ive been wondering about the integrity of the drive since this crap started happening.02:15
capand ... Buy another wireless card?02:16
rictecriley: most of them have that option disable on bios it saves boot time02:16
capIt is a Dell Latitude x30002:16
rileypfifo: um... not sure. with my string of luck i figured it didnt hurt to check often...02:16
BoxMagnetinstalling nfs-common fails and says initscript nfs action start failed?? t02:16
korin43pfifo: Couldn't you kill X, then remove the drive ro?02:16
number11u-maxi need to stop chewing guitar picks... http://imgur.com/NUVnr.jpg02:16
rileydid i read that Karmic does not use xorg?02:17
pfifokorin43, yeah you can mount RO as well, but that is more trouble than just restarting imho02:17
number11u-maxkarmic uses xorg02:17
rictecmine does to02:17
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pfiforiley, i recommend formating your hard drive and doing a fresh install.02:18
rileyok im going to go check my bios for smart disc. then clean install.. and this time only fsck if the boot fails. and if i do that.. itll be from a livecd. Thanks guys02:18
capAny help for the I-cant-connect-to-my-wireless-lan syndrome?02:18
number11u-maxriley: windows and mac don't use xorg... and opensolaris uses magic!02:18
BoxMagnetinstalling nfs-common fails and says initscript nfs action start failed?? t02:19
rileyim not a fan of magic.. if i ever meet cris angel hes getting punched in his nancy mouth02:19
pfifonumber11u-max, x11 works on windows lol02:19
soccerooswhen's the RC going to be released?02:19
stone1343anyone have any idea why the Karmic Live CD runs fine to install but when I re-boot, the white ubuntu logo displays but the system hangs?02:19
Thocrunriley, look anything like this problem? http://lists.linuxcoding.com/rhl/2005/msg50479.html02:20
number11u-maxpfifo: it does?! lawl...02:20
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rictecstone1343: alt-f1? does anythinh?02:20
pfifostone1343, you can remove the quiet option from the menu.lst to see the kernel messages, would at least give some hints02:20
rileythocrun: YES02:20
capHelp, Im a prisoner in the I-cant-connect-to-my-wireless-lan-syndrome!02:21
rileyThocrun: my second fsck yeilded a much different result though02:21
stone1343ok i'll try those...02:21
rileyThocrun: instead of giving me specific blocks that had failed.. fsck deleted EVERYTHING02:21
Thocrunriley, what did the second fsck say?02:22
Thocrunor did that page answer everything?02:22
pfifoThocrun, he ran fsck on a mounted partition02:22
capOk, that does it.  I'm ditching this bcm4306 (I'll get an Intell Pro2200 and live happily ever after)!  :)02:22
Thocrunpfifo, ok I guess that solved that.02:23
rileyhaha guys.. i didnt know!! haha02:23
rileyi do now.. and i will not fsck a mounted partitioin02:23
rictecstill check the smartdrive option02:23
rileyrictec: roger that02:24
Thocrunniether did I know lol02:24
rileyThocrun, had you done that before?02:24
Thocrunriley, untill I googled it!02:24
rileyhaha damn. so i dont feel so bad now haha02:24
gmaphow much space should i leave for a /boot partition?02:24
ThocrunI am taking computer support classes though02:24
number11u-maxi accidentially my harddrive...02:24
trismgmap: I usually do about 100MB02:25
Thocrunthey say to get all the info I can out of the user, It ussually is a big key toi solving almost everything.02:25
rileythen tell them to reboot02:25
capFYI - the gparted bootable CD has a nice fsck interface - does a great job.  Its a very nice tool to have on hand.02:25
capDon't leave home without it!02:26
Thocrunor a good amount of things., not saying fsck is bad though, I love just about everything opensource.02:26
gmaptrism: thanks02:26
rileyok so task list for tonight 1. check smartdrive 2. clean install 3. get gparted?02:26
IdleOneriley: switch 2 and 302:27
rictecwith a live cd you can get gparted to check your disks02:28
caprictec is correct.02:28
rileyoh.. so i have gparted02:28
number11u-maxgparted livecd couldn't start X!02:28
Thocrunriley, I think I googled to find gparted, but I think there's another one with it that is suppose to be able to do a lot like windows disk manager.02:28
rileyis gparted on my ubuntu disc?02:29
capnumber11u-max: It's ran fine on every PC I've used it on.02:29
number11u-maxit might not have burned right from opensolaris...02:29
number11u-maxopensolaris=greatest OS ever!02:29
rictecnumber11u-max: did the live cd works? whatis you video card?02:30
number11u-maxnVidia geforce 610m02:30
stone1343hello again, what should I hope Alt-F1 does, open the menu? the system is well & truly hung, the only thing I can do is hold down power button until it turns off02:30
capriley: Yes I think you can run it of the Ubuntu live CD, but make sure the target partion has not been mounted.02:31
capriley: Best to get gparted bootable CD.02:31
number11u-maxstone1343: hit Ctrl=Alt+Bksp02:31
stone1343it's anew computer, i think it's an issue of hardware that isn't supported02:31
BoxMagnetcan someone tell me what the proper command in ubuntu to mount a nfs file system is ?????????02:31
Thocrun riley,about gparted:  I think there's another one with it that is suppose to be able to do a lot like windows disk manager.02:31
ThocrunBoxMagnet, ntfs?02:32
BoxMagnetThocrun, no nfs, network file system.02:32
ubottunfs is the network file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo for information on installing and configuring NFS.02:32
rileyThocrun, Cap, Piffo. thanks a ton for the help guys. I was dreading going back to the world of windows02:32
rileyalso Rictec and Number11u-max thank you for your help as well02:33
MagnesiumBoxMagnet: Try fileshareset --add directory_name02:33
rictecnumber11u-max try to boot with vesa option your card is a pain in every os02:33
number11u-maxyou're welcome!02:33
Thocrunyour welcome!!!!02:33
number11u-maxritec: i know, ubuntu live cd has me covered though!02:33
BoxMagnetMagnesium, what is that02:34
stone1343chroot cannot execute /etc/apparmor/initramfs no such file or directory02:34
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about fileshareset02:34
stone1343run-init /sbin/init no such file or directory02:34
stone1343kernel panic npot syncing attempted to kill init02:34
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about solaris02:34
MagnesiumBoxMagnet: Okay, look at man fileshareset...it appears that that adds an nfs share02:35
capriley: I recommend going to gparted.sourceforge.net and downlad the live CD. (The ISO is only 100MB).02:35
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ricteccap: riley as left the building lol02:35
MagnesiumBoxMagnet: I have not used it, though, so I don't know for sure02:35
caprictec: O02:35
newbiewednesdaymy sound isn't working02:35
cap !sound02:36
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
number11u-maxdoes anybody remember what a webTV is?02:36
cap !audio02:36
shortlordhow can I turn off the standard system beep that happens sometimes?02:37
capnumber11u-max: No what is a webTV?02:37
ftwI have one in my closet, number11u-max02:37
number11u-maxftw, explain to cap then, please!02:37
ftwAn early 1990's set top box by Microsoft, with dialup internet access and a web browser.02:38
ftwQuite slow and primitive.02:38
ThocrunBoxMagnet, what server version (ex. 9.04) are you using?02:38
Magnesiumcap: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebTV02:38
BoxMagnetThocrun, 9.1002:38
dmgafter updating to karmic, alsa appears to be broken.  The alsa devices in /dev/snd aren't getting created.02:38
killazzzhi somwone know how to see wich operating system device use from wifi ?02:38
ftwMore succinct, Magnesium. Props.02:39
cedriczgshortlord, go to system > preferences > sound02:39
cedriczgshortlord, and then uncheck for bell system tab02:39
dmgAll I've found with googling are generic alsa trouble shooting guides .. my problem is that alsa _is_ finding the card, the modules are loaded, /proc/asound is populated02:39
Magnesiumftw: Wikipedia is my friend...I am smart with it...haha02:39
killazzzhi somwone know how to see wich operating system device use from wifi ?02:40
dmgbut all the sound apps fail with snd_ctl_open failed for default02:40
cedriczgkillazzz, what do you mean by operating system from wifi?02:40
killazzzto see if they roll on windows 7 or mac or linux ubuntu 9.04 etc02:40
gmapi just installed ubuntu server with software raid following this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SoftwareRAID#Configuring%20the%20RAID when I boot up i get no block devices found02:40
cedriczgkillazzz, you mean to know what operating system you are running? you can try "uname -a" command02:41
ThocrunBoxMagnet, sudo mount example.hostname.com:/ubuntu /local/ubuntu02:41
Thocrun , or sudo mount (IP Address of Other computer you are trying to connect to) :/ubuntu /local/ubuntu02:41
shortlordcedriczg, I am in the dialog now, I see to tabs, "Devices" and "sounds", but there is not "bell system tab"02:41
boscopI installed msttcorefonts, but they don't show up in the fonts list even after restarting open office writer!02:41
killazzznot mine other on wifi02:41
defnI need to install termcap-compat on ubuntu 9.04 64 but there is no package.  "emacs -nw" keeps throwing "emacs: cannot open termcap database file"02:41
killazzzto detect on other machine02:41
cedriczgshortlord, what version?linux are you using?02:41
shortlordcedriczg, Ubuntu Jaunty 9.0402:41
shortlordor are you referring to the kernel? should be the latest, 2.6.1802:42
stone1343I suspect my problem is ubuntu doesn't support some hardware in this new computer. Any idea how I can diagnose this?02:42
capOk, ok, I remember the webtv set top box, yes.02:42
Magnesiumdefn: termcap should be in the qemacs package...can you try sudo apt-get install qemacs?02:42
rictecstone lspci02:43
cedriczgshortlord, Interesting. I checked on 9.04 and that option is no more there. I am still running 8.04 on my laptop, and that option was on 8.0402:43
capI suppose now, we might call TWiT Live (or one of those streaming things) webTV.02:43
Magnesiumcap: Kinda...02:43
ricteccap: old stuff mode?02:44
Magnesiumcap: Or like slingbox, maybe02:44
stone1343rictec, lspci won't work - it freezes during boot02:44
shortlordcedriczg, oh, ok. any idea how to mute that system bell without this dialog?02:44
cedriczgshortlord, I suppose on Sounds you should uncheck reproduce alert sounds, but not sure02:44
rictecstone what linux is it?02:44
capWell, now slingbox, that is like a media center for your LAN, I think... I dono, don't have one.02:44
dmgso, nobody else had issues of alsa devices disappearing during an upgrade?02:45
capI have a DVR tho02:45
stone1343ubuntu karmic desktop 386 20091020.302:45
capwould like to build MythTV tho.02:45
cedriczgshortlord, Did that help?02:45
Magnesiumcap: I don't have one either...but I think it lets you share video, etc., over your LAN, or over the internet.02:45
rictecstone on the boot menu what it says about kernel version?02:45
Magnesiumcap: Maybe Slingbox is more like the opposite of WebTV...02:46
shortlordcedriczg, nope, it doesn't help "(02:46
capMagnesium: Yes, I think you can download over the internet and save / share over your LAN.02:46
cedriczgkillazzz, what was that invite about you sent?02:46
bostrthi i am having  a serious problem with my printer. It printed fine earlier. I tried to install foo2zjs drivers b/c slideshows were taking a long time to print. Now the only way i can get it to print is too boot into my Arch linux and then reboot into ubuntu and then print02:46
ThocrunwebTV now MSNTV02:46
newbiewednesdayhow do i download restricted drivers, ubuntu is not doing my intel video card any justice02:46
emersonhello anybody can tell how do I install a compile for pascal02:46
capbut I heard slingbox is not all it's cracked up to be02:46
shortlordcedriczg, I am referring to that beep that occurs if you backspace too often on the console for example so that no characters are left and you still hit backspace02:46
teknozwizardHas anyone seen Karmic recently?02:46
cedriczgshortlord, yes I know02:47
phil_flbostrt: what is the make an model of your printer ?02:47
stone1343rictec: ubuntu linux 2.6.31-14-generic (it's yesterday's daily build of karmic)02:47
bostrtphil_fl, HP laserjet 102002:47
Magnesium!RestrictedDrivers | newbiewednesday02:47
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)02:47
cedriczgshortlord, On Ubuntu 8.04 it is where I told you before. But it may somewhere else now02:47
Magnesium!Restricted Drivers | newbiewednesday02:47
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)02:47
BoxMagnetThocrun, thanks.02:47
capI think we could build our own media center that would do all that on our own with linux02:47
emersonhow do I install a compiler for pascal ?02:47
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)02:47
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)02:48
ThocrunBoxMagnet, your welcome.02:48
rictecstone1343: no errors just a freeze?02:48
newbiewednesdayubuntu will burn for what it's done to me02:48
BoxMagnetThocrun, had been doing it wrong for 20 mins lol02:48
ubottuThe 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/Resolution02:48
phil_flyour foo2zjs are uploaded ?02:48
ubottusudo 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)02:48
stone1343rictec yes, just the white ubuntu logo, then about 1 min later, is the kernel panic02:48
joeb3_emerson, install fp-compiler02:48
ThocrunBoxMagnet, I'm suprised they didn't have it on there I had problems with that before, took me a few days02:48
phil_flbostrt: your firmware is uploaded ?02:48
ubottuGNOME is the default !desktop environment on Ubuntu. To install it from Kubuntu or Xubuntu, type « sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop » in a !terminal.02:49
IdleOne!intel | newbiewednesday02:49
ubottunewbiewednesday: Ubuntu 9.04 has a known regression for some Intel graphics support. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Troubleshooting/IntelPerformance and http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1130582 for more information.02:49
dbmHello there ;)02:49
killazzzto talk about what i was talking02:49
killazzzif u can help me02:49
killazzzif u want to02:49
killazzzif u dont want im sorry to bother u02:49
ubottuThe linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome) or K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE).  Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal02:49
FloodBot3killazzz: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.02:49
trism!msgthebot | number11u-max02:49
ubottunumber11u-max: Please investigate with me only with "/msg ubottu Bot" or in #ubuntu-bots.  Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu !search factoid".02:49
killazzzi just need help how im suposed to defend my self from an ex ibm worker02:49
killazzzits like hard02:49
rictecstone1343 do the all no every option on boot maybe it helps02:49
bostrtphil_fl, i downloaded the source from the website and installed. do i need to install from repository?02:49
MagnesiumIdleOne: There is it...intel! I've been trying to find it.02:49
teknozwizardLooking for Karmic, anyone seen him?02:49
killazzzim sorry im on a mini laptop right now02:49
Magnesium!karmic | teknozwizard02:50
ubottuteknozwizard: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 29th, 2009 - Karmic is BETA and MAY break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+102:50
phil_flbostrt: not sure they are uploaded check: http://www.linuxprinting.org/show_printer.cgi?recnum=HP-LaserJet_102002:50
stone1343rictec: all no every?02:50
capHow do we get the bot to tell us about package gpc ?02:50
rictecstone1343: yes disable apic acpi no probe02:50
server1i cannot connect in my ftp server in other computer outside my network02:50
teknozwizardMagnesium: I'm not talking about the actual Linux distro, I'm talking about the guy developing Karmic. Comes in every now and then under the s/n of "Karmic"02:50
capubottu: gpc02:51
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about gpc02:51
IdleOne!info gpc | cap02:51
ubottucap: gpc (source: gcc-defaults (1.78ubuntu1)): The GNU Pascal compiler. In component universe, is optional. Version 5:2.1-4.1.2-28ubuntu1 (jaunty), package size 1 kB, installed size 40 kB02:51
Magnesiumteknozwizard: Oh...I don't know then...02:51
kisukeserver1: sound like your gateway has a firewall02:51
rictec!info kernel options02:51
ubottu'options' is not a valid distribution: dapper, dapper-backports, hardy, hardy-backports, intrepid, intrepid-backports, jaunty, jaunty-backports, karmic, karmic-backports, kubuntu-backports, kubuntu-experimental, kubuntu-updates, medibuntu, partner02:51
stone1343rictec: how? is that by editing the grub command? never done that02:51
capThanks IdleOne (don't remember who asked, but...)02:51
rictecstone its by pressing c befoure boot02:52
server1how will disable the firewall in my gateway02:52
bostrtphil_fl, it says i can cat the firmware do /dev/usb/lp0 , that path does not exist on my comp02:52
killazzzso somewone is willing to help here ?02:52
capserver1: If you are not the sysadmin, ask the one who is... (your ISP?)02:52
Thocrunkillazzz, ?02:52
teknozwizardkillazzz: what help are you looking for?02:53
Barridusis there a way to force 96x96 dpi display if i have no xorg.conf?02:53
stone1343rictec: ok i'm in command mode, now what?02:53
server1any router that u want to recommend?02:53
server1i can get a router02:53
nordhriHow do I run fsck.vfat on a drive?  I tried fsck.vfat -a /media/disk but it says its a folder02:53
teknozwizardserver1: Linksys Wireless Routers are good routers.02:53
lstarnesnordhri: you need to use its /dev node02:53
capnordhri: /dev/hdx02:53
stone1343rictec: type "disable apic acpi no probe"02:53
capnordhri: or /dev/sdx02:54
kisukehow do i turn up the sound on my ubuntu even with volume maxed in system tray/area/thing is still realy quiet02:54
server1it means if i use linksys i dont have to deal with gateway firewall?02:54
capnordhri: But umount it first02:54
nordhriok I will see if I can figure it out... brb02:54
rictecacpi=off OR noacpi02:54
capnordhri: mount | grep /media/disk02:54
rictecstone check this https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions02:54
stone1343rictec: i will, thanks02:55
rictecmaybe one option will make it work02:55
capnordhri: mount | grep /media/disk ; umount /media/disk02:55
nordhricap ok its unmounted02:55
capnordhri: and then fsck the /dev/hdxx where hdxx is the actual drive and partition, like /dev/hda1 or /dev/hda202:56
server1also i need to set up vanity ip can i do it without owning a domain name02:56
nordhricap, how do I find that info?02:56
capnordhri: mount | grep /media/disk  would have told you.02:56
capnordhri: or do: sudo fdisk -l02:57
kisukeserver1: try dyndns.org02:57
capnordhri: make darn sure you get the right partition.02:57
halphey all, so im using ubuntu to save my friend's windows system...got a bsod code 0x07B. any recommendations?02:57
nordhricap,  this is the one Disk /dev/sdb: 750.1 GB, 750156374016 bytes02:57
kisukehalp try 3windows02:58
IdleOnehalp: ##windows02:58
capnordhri: But how many partitions are on it?02:58
kisukehalp: try #windows02:58
halpahh thanks02:58
capnordhri:  /dev/sda1 /dev/sda2 /dev/sda3 ?02:58
rictecthat error cod is a pain.....memory related p02:58
nordhricap, none that I am aware of... mostly used for back up and storage but it switched to read-only for some reason02:58
capnordhri: or just  /dev/sda1 ?02:59
capnordhri: sudo fdisk -l  /dev/sd*02:59
halpemm...how do i get to #wondows? lol02:59
halpstill a nub02:59
caphalp: /join #windows02:59
kisukehalp: try "/join #windows"03:00
crohakonI cannot stop saying the 'word' "halp"03:00
nordhricap, I am sure its this one   Disk /dev/sdb1: 750.1 GB, 750153729024 bytes03:01
nordhricap, so just sdb103:01
capnordhri: Ok so there you go03:01
capnordhri: no,  /dev/sdb103:01
nordhricap,  can you type the command I'm noob at this side of Linux03:02
capfsck.vfat -a /dev/sdb103:02
nordhrithanks man... brb03:02
capnordhri:  if vfat is actually the filesystem that is on it.03:02
nordhriwell I found someone had the same problem and they ran both vfat and ext3 on theirs03:03
capnordhri: Well, find out which it is.03:03
capnordhri: fdisk is your friend.03:03
zopiacis there a way to get, say, command+s to write an ß, etc., like a mac does?03:03
nordhricap so I just type fdisck?03:04
capnordhri: sudo fdisk -l03:04
kisuke!ar | alshuhail03:04
ubottualshuhail: La comunidad local de Argentina se puede encontrar en #ubuntu-ar y en su canal de offtopic: #ubuntu-ar-cafe03:04
kernelalshuhail: tafaddal mingkum.03:04
nordhricap,  does this help?03:05
nordhri/dev/sdb1               1       91201   732572001    b  W95 FAT3203:05
capnordhri: Ok it is vfat03:05
nordhrihere goes03:06
stone1343rictec I added noacpi noapic nolapic noapm, it did the same as using Recovery Mode03:06
gemG'day guys --- wondering if anyone knows a little active gui tool or bar tool that will tell me if my web is available or not ? not my lan connection (my web connectivity) -- example i use : " ping -cl -wl google.com> /dev/null && play somesong.ogg". Any ideas !??03:06
Boogzcan someone plz help me???03:07
rictecstone1343 and it freezes too?03:07
kisuke!ask | Boogz03:07
ubottuBoogz: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-)03:07
stone1343rictec: it gives a whole bunch of msgs, one that catches my eye (yes it freezes) concerns acpi03:07
nordhrikisuke, I saw that one coming03:07
mtx1I have a gigabit network card and it is only connecting at 10Mb/s. How can i change it? I have tried this command sudo ethtool -s eth0 speed 100 duplex full but it wont even set it at 100?03:07
Boogzi am trying to copy a file to my external hard drive and it gives me an error03:08
stone1343rictec: it says acpi cmd rejected by device stat=0x51 err=0x0403:08
rictecdidnt you put acpi=off03:08
BoxMagnetis nfs significantly faster than samba for sharing between 2 linux boxes????03:08
tck9anyone here use netcat to test speed?03:08
Delvienn #ubuntu-us-oh03:08
stone1343rictec: yes i did03:08
nordhricap, still here?03:09
rictecBoxMagnet, for me it way faster03:09
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about amarok03:09
stone1343rictec: well technically noacpi03:09
kisukeboogz what error do you get?03:09
BoxMagnetrictec, oh yea ?03:09
rictecBoxMagnet, yep03:09
BoxMagnetrictec, i have one nfs problem, one dir that i want to access is locked for some reason inside the dir i am already in03:10
BoxMagnetany idea?03:10
BoogzError opening file '/media/disk/Rodney carrington - live at the majestic.avi': Permission denied03:10
rictecBoxMagnet, permitions thats all about permitions03:10
ThocrunBoxMagnet, of course you can only go as fast as your hardware, besides using overclocking for processors03:10
BoxMagnetrictec, its 77703:11
nordhricap, still here?03:11
rictecBoxMagnet, its permitions...for sure recheck on the nfs server side03:11
capgem nordhri yes03:11
capnordhri: yes.03:11
nordhricap, ok that looks like it worked.. but03:11
stone1343rictec: the messages look a lot like what you see here http://www.nabble.com/LMMS-0.4.3-completely-freezes-computer-when-loading-any-VST-plugin-td23375546.html03:12
kisukethis file is on the external on the internal drive?03:12
BoxMagnetrictec, drwxrwxrwx 14 root root   20480 2009-10-21 21:57 storage03:12
Boogzinternal drive and i want to copy it to external03:12
BoxMagnetrictec, do  need to change from root?03:12
nordhricap, now all the stuff I tried to put there yesterday has an extention of .rec ??03:12
nordhriBoogz, are you using sudo ?03:12
Boogzim new to ubuntu just dragging and dropping03:13
rictecBoxMagnet, root shold never have nfs acess03:13
capnordhri: So what did you put on it?03:13
BoxMagnetrictec, ok, when i do chown it only  changes one root to my username03:13
Ububeginwhen u install software via Synaptic, does it automatically add an entry in */usr/lib/pkgconfig/opencv.pc* ..The thing is I have installed new version of opencv.pc via compiling source.. Even though, i have added the new path to PKG_CONFIG_PATH. It still prints the old location, when I do pkg-config --cflags opencv.. Any help03:13
BoxMagnetrictec, drwxrwxrwx 14 pete root   20480 2009-10-21 21:57 storage03:13
nordhricap, I ran the command you gave and it worked out03:13
Boogzdont know what sudo is sorry im a noob03:13
capnordhri: fsck would not change file extensions.  I don't know what would have caused something like what you described.03:14
rictecBoxMagnet, what is the server side?03:14
nordhricap, it changed the files I thought I moved there yesterday  now they all have names like FSK0067.REC03:14
BoxMagnetrictec, that is server side03:15
rictecBoxMagnet, what OS03:15
capnordhri: Does it matter?03:15
BoxMagnetrictec, 9.1003:15
InsanePenguinjust got 9.04, looks good so far, like boot loading bar thing and desktop03:15
nordhricap, well I would like to be able to work with my files lol03:15
InsanePenguincan wait to dig into the actual os03:16
nordhricap, let me see something03:16
rictecBoxMagnet, are you using 9.10 desktop or server?03:16
capnordhri:  and what do you mean "it changed the files"  (who / what is "it"?)03:16
kooliocan sum1 plz help me iv got a math test tomoro03:16
BoxMagnetrictec, desktop...03:16
ThocrunBoxMagnet, http://nfs.sourceforge.net/nfs-howto/03:16
koolioi serchd math help this came up on google03:16
capnordhri:  You should be able to change the files to what ever name you want... Right?03:16
BoxMagnetThocrun, i got nfs setup, just a subdir of the dir i got shared, i cant enter it, since root is the owner on the other box, but i did chown pete03:17
kooliohu wants 2 help me03:17
BoxMagnetThocrun, but i dont think it worked03:17
stone1343rictec: if you google "acpi stat=0x51 err=0x04" you get a ton of hits but I can't make sense of any of them03:17
rictecBoxMagnet, and are acessing using?03:17
BoxMagnetrictec, /etc/fstab and nautilus...03:17
ThocrunBoxMagnet, did you set the .conf files to the right permissions?03:17
nordhricap, I should but some are coming up as "unknown file type" and since the name changed I am not sure what it is...03:17
BoxMagnetThocrun, not every dir is this way, jut one....03:17
rictecstone what have you on bios?03:17
ninjaaaacan anyone tell me why my screensaver isnt working03:17
nordhricap, most things are looking ok so its not like I lost everything03:17
ninjaaaait doesnt ever ever go on03:18
nordhricap, I appreciate your help on this.03:18
Thocrunwhat do you have in your etc/exports file?03:18
BoxMagnetThocrun, samba works perfectly.03:18
rictecBoxMagnet, you exported a dir nfs to access where another 9.10?03:18
Boogzi just try to drag it to my external hdd and dont work03:18
BoxMagnetThocrun, one sec.03:18
koolioscrew u al u didnt even help me03:18
kernelninjaaaa: it's cause you are ninja. lol03:19
matelotQuestion: what does cmd "git clone03:19
BoxMagnetThocrun, /home/pete,sync,no_subtree_check)03:19
rictecstone1343, check on bios what type of acpi is there03:19
ninjaaaais anyone else's screensavers not working03:19
capnordhri: I do not think fsck changed any file names.03:19
matelotkoolio, learn to spell first03:19
capnordhri:  You need to look for another culprit.03:19
nordhricap, want a screenshot?03:19
Cyrano_Deninjaaaa: My screensavers take quite some time to unlock.03:19
capnordhri: sure.. or pastebin the ls03:20
rictecThocrun, its tru for me nfs is faster03:20
ubottupastebin is a service to post multiple-lined texts so you don't flood the channel. Ubuntu pastebin is at  http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://tinyurl.com/imagebin | !pastebinit to paste directly from  command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic03:20
ninjaaaaCyrano_De: mine just wont turn on03:20
cap!info pastebinit03:20
ubottupastebinit (source: pastebinit): command-line pastebin client. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.11.2-0ubuntu1 (jaunty), package size 21 kB, installed size 344 kB03:20
Boogzwhat is sudo i remember typing it when i did the gparted03:20
ninjaaaawhat cao how does that w ork03:21
ubottusudo 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)03:21
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stone1343rictec: no acpi option03:21
kernelninjaaaa: are you running player and wait screensaver?03:21
BoxMagnetThocrun, look at this, drwxrwxrwx 14 pete root03:21
rictecstone1343, on bios??03:21
ninjaaaano kernel03:21
BoxMagnetThocrun, chown changes only the first one to pete, not the second03:21
ninjaaaaand it used to come on when i was playing media anyway03:21
stone1343rictec: yes InsydeH20 Setup Utility03:22
BoxMagnetThocrun, that dir /home/pete/storage is a mounted partition btw03:22
stone1343rictec: i have quiet boot enabled, network boot disabled, d2d recovery enabled SATA mode=AHCI03:23
Boogzhow can i copy files to my external hdd03:23
nordhricap,  http://paste.ubuntu.com/298738/      you will see that I renamed one to avril.zip03:23
kernelninjaaaa: put display to sleep when inactive is more than setting screensaver.03:23
ninjaaaakernel: what are you talking about?03:24
kernelninjaaaa: on screensaver setting. find it.03:24
ninjaaaai have it on03:24
ninjaaaaive had it on03:24
nordhricap,  brb03:24
rictecstone1343, what machine is that03:25
stone1343rictec: acer AS1410, very new model I just bought today03:25
mankashDoes Ubuntu supports the icons at the bottom like windows 7?03:25
mankashon the desktop03:25
ninjaaaakernel: ive had it on03:26
Boogzwhat is best linux to learn on???03:26
kernelninjaaaa: click on activate screensaver when computer idle. done?03:26
capnordhri: What were the filenemes before? (what are they supposed to be?  .zip?)  (If they are supposed to be .zip you can globally change them back.)03:26
stone1343rictec: that's always been one of my questions, is it possibly new unsupported h/w?03:26
ninjaaaai had already done that03:26
rictecstone1343, more like a lyer of a bios03:26
Cyrano_Demankash: There are several alternative dock bars.  Avant Window Navigator is one that you can customize.03:27
rictecstone1343, i m looking for the spec of that is an aspire right03:27
kernelninjaaaa: to try it. regard computer as idle after. don't so long. same it.03:27
Ububegin when u install software via Synaptic, does it automatically add an entry in */usr/lib/pkgconfig/opencv.pc* ..The thing is I have installed new version of opencv.pc via compiling source.. Even though, i have added the new path to PKG_CONFIG_PATH. It still prints the old location, when I do pkg-config --cflags opencv.. Any help03:27
stone1343rictec: yes03:27
nordhricap, some are .zip others are .svg still others are .png or .jpg etc03:27
rictecstone1343, please tell me on the botton its say the model as1410-xxxxx03:28
ninjaaaakernel: ???????????????????????/03:28
Ububeginany one knows about pkg-config .. TIA03:28
nordhricap, no worries.. the main thing is that its working as usual again.. the clean up is minimal..03:28
kernelninjaaaa: same it with power management.03:30
Boogzam i talking in correct window???03:30
capnordhri: for i in *.REC; do mv "$i" "`basename "$i" .REC` .zip"; done  #To change them all to .zip  (and if that was the majority of what they were, start there)03:30
rictecyep those two are bots03:30
ae86-drifterim not a bot03:30
Zuz|Kubuntuanyone familiar with wine?03:30
Boogzis ubuntu best to learn with???03:30
greensimian1Hey gang!03:30
nordhricap,  thanks again!03:30
rictecred or white lol03:30
stone1343rictec: 1410-880703:31
greensimian1I am running an ION mobo and today a Kernel update was release in Ubuntu  that crapped out my video driver.03:31
greensimian1Do you think re-running the driver install would help?03:31
capnordhri: file *    # Will tell you what they all are supposed to be.03:31
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andresjhello, how do I make my pc act as a non-NAT switch?03:31
FlannelBoogz: It is a good candidate if you're starting out, yes.03:31
rictecstone1343, 8807 is a no show lol03:32
capnordhri: or just run:  file *   # Start changing as needed.03:32
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Boogzflannel how do i talk to just you?03:32
Boogzor make it red like that03:32
nordhricap, woah! nice thanks!03:32
Cyrano_DeBoogz: ubuntu is a great desktop to learn on.  If you want to learn on the version you will find in many enterprise datacenters you might want to look at CentOS as that is based on Red Hat Enterprise.03:32
FlannelBoogz: You just did, by using my name on the same line (you can also type a few letters and hit tab to complete my name in most clients)03:32
Cyrano_DeBoogz: For general Linux usage Ubuntu is great.03:32
nordhricap, so the ones that say "data" would be what?03:32
xrandranyone know any good sound editors (like roxio's spin doctor) for linux?03:33
Boogzflannel do you know how i can copy files to my external hdd says  Error opening file '/media/disk/Rodney carrington - live at the majestic.avi': Permission denied03:33
Zuz|Kubuntuim trying to get my usb headset to be used with a program, but i dont know if there are drivers for it03:33
Zuz|Kubuntuin wine*03:34
BoogzCyrano_De, ok so ill stick with it03:34
capnordhri:  If you create files on a MS Windows system, and if you intend to deal with them and negotiate them on the MS Windows system, you should handle all those functions from the MS Windows system, (including repairing filesystem corruption issues).03:34
xrandrBoogz: use sudo cp <source> <target>03:34
roffeI just ran XP in virtualbox, but for some reason it's only a small window. And choosing fullscreen didn't help03:34
angeluscould someone point me towards a media player where i can change the Song Title simply by "Right Click >> Rename Option" .....03:34
xrandrangelus: songbird03:34
Schnorkthe "task bar" is freezed, I don't know what to do. Can anyone help me ?03:34
nordhricap, I don't have windows on this system any more...03:34
Cyrano_Dexrandr: I have no idea what roxio's spin doctor does but Audacity gets a lot of good press for audio editing.03:34
Boogzxrandr im not familier with the sudo yet how can i learn about it?03:34
ninjaaaakernelLove: thanks it worked03:35
capnordhri: Ok, then disreguard the above... but just FYI.03:35
ae86-drifterZuz|Kubuntu: wine will not make ur windows drivers work03:35
LeNsTRroffe: install guest-additional in guest os03:35
ae86-drifterZuz|Kubuntu:  wine is not an emulator03:35
frogzooBoogz: man sudo03:35
stone1343rictec: got disconnected, did you say anything to me?03:35
ninjaaaakernelLove: thanks  it worked03:35
kernelLoveninjaaaa: what love/friend are for.03:35
angelusxrandr, thank you ...03:35
BoxMagnethave a weird problem, a subdirectory of a directory i am sharing using nfs (in /etc/exports) is not being shared, although all the other folders in the shared dir are, the dir not being shared is a partition mounted in a sub dir of the server's home folder. (it works in samba)03:36
xrandrCyrano_De: thought about audacity. It's just not as easy to use as Spin Doctor03:36
xrandrangelus: no problem :)03:36
rictecstone1343, i dont find that 8807 anywhere03:36
kernelLoveno problem03:36
Boogzfrogzoo, ???03:36
nordhricap,  thanks.. ok question.. fsk0009.rec through fsk0031.rec are of .png type  how did you say I can change those all at once?03:36
capnordhri: THe filesystem may have been pretty much unrecoverable anyway. (If all the files were not data files in the first place). If they were data files, they may have originally had .dat extensions. Right?03:36
stone1343rictec: yes it is a new model03:36
xrandrBoogz: it's simple. prepend the command u want to run with sudo :)03:36
zenlunaticor4n: probably imagemagick03:36
roffeLeNsTR, Thanks, I'll try that03:37
xrandrie: sudo cp /home/boogz/myfile.avi /media/disk/myfile.avi03:37
ninjaaaahow did you get kernel to point to kernelLove ?03:37
zenlunaticnordhri: probably imagemagick03:37
Zuz|Kubuntuae86-drifter: when i test the sounds in wine config it wont play on my headset03:37
zenlunaticor4n: sorry disregard03:37
BoxMagnethave a weird problem, a subdirectory of a directory i am sharing using nfs (in /etc/exports) is not being shared, although all the other folders in the shared dir are, the dir not being shared is a partition mounted in a sub dir of the server's home folder. (it works in samba)03:37
capfsk0009 - fsk0031 are images?03:37
stone1343rictec: can it be so new that ubuntu won't run?03:37
nordhrizenlunatic, thanks03:37
nordhricap,  yes03:37
PhantomLinkI am happy to say that I've finally made the switch to ubuntu from windoze xp03:37
Schnorkthe "task bar" is freezed, I don't know what to do. Can anyone help me ?03:37
gemI just installed a new applet "link-monitor-applet" using Synaptic Package Manager -- but how do I start the thing ?? and where is it ?!03:37
xrandrBoxMagnet: that's.... odd03:37
zenlunaticSchnork: restart x03:37
rictecstone1343, without the specs03:38
kernelLoveninjaaaa: it's means i don't have trouble with kernel. lol03:38
nordhricap, most of these are images since I am a graphics person03:38
BoxMagnetxrandr, yes very03:38
zenlunaticwhats a graphics person03:38
capnordhri:  move them to a separate directory and customize the above command and globally change them all to .png03:38
xrandrso, what's the benefits of having your home directory encrypted? I'm using karmic (and i know  the support is in #ubuntu+1)03:38
gemAny assistance ? :: I just installed a new applet "link-monitor-applet" using Synaptic Package Manager -- but how do I start the thing ?? and where is it ?!03:38
xrandrwouldn't it take longer to acccess the files if they're encrypted?03:38
nordhrizenlunatic, Graphics person == lunatic who rarely sleeps and creates works of art like logos, 3d models and such03:38
Schnorkzenlunatic: How can I launch a terminal without the taskbar ? :s03:38
Prodegothat sounds useful if you are paranoid xrandr03:39
ninjaaaathank you. have a good day/night where ever you are03:39
capnordhri: and then deal with the rest on individual basis, and then you can move them back.03:39
zenlunaticSchnork: cntrl-alt-f103:39
lstarnesxrandr: the main reason for encrypting it is to prevent it from being read by others in case your hard drive or computer gets stolen03:39
stone1343rictec what specs do you need?03:39
vvviper|axrandr: if you have a laptop it's a good benefit if your laptop is stolen03:39
nordhricap, good idea03:39
vvviper|axrandr: means whoever stole it can't read data in your home dir03:39
RebelZeroBoxMagnet, look into using nohide and/or crossmnt in your /etc/exports. "man exports" will explain how they work03:39
rictecstone1343, chipset etc all of them03:39
BoxMagnetRebelZero, ok, will look. thanks03:39
frogzooxrandr: encrypting your hard drive makes you data inaccessible to everyone but the NSA, including yourself if you lose the key03:40
stone1343it;s the intel su3500 chip03:40
kakashihi guys, someone with experience installing a local repository ?03:40
capnordhri: for i in *.REC; do mv "$i" "`basename "$i" .REC` .png"; done  #To change them all to .png03:40
xrandrfrogzoo: sounds like a can of worms for inexperienced linux users03:40
frogzooit is03:40
nordhricap, thanks man03:40
Schnorkzenlunatic: Thanks for the ctrl alt f103:41
stone1343rictec It's even more confusing because the Live CD works03:41
rictecstone1343, livecd 9.10 beta right?03:41
xrandri thought about encrypting my drive, but i thoight better of it03:41
capnordhri: Keep in mind also, that [unlike MS systems] linux is case sensitive.  REC is not rec03:42
Sp3c1alKis there a program for ubuntu that bounces a connection back to the source? Say some IP is trying to conenct to me but I don't want them to, and instead I somehow make my IP theirs, so they're really connecting ot themselves?03:42
xrandrI think it's a good idea for users in a work environment with a shared desktop03:42
BoxMagnetRebelZero, that fixed it, thanks03:42
stone1343rictec 20091020.3, the possible RC03:42
nordhricap,  yep03:42
capSp3c1alK: Just block their IP03:42
Sp3c1alKI did that03:42
rictecif it work you have a kernel that works for now03:43
Sp3c1alKbut I thought it would be humerous to bounce it back03:43
huwaw69how do i find mscofig in wine?03:43
nordhricap,  I've been using Ubuntu now for 5 years? I just never get under the hood if you know what I mean03:43
* xrandr would definitely use ubuntu as a work computer if he owned his own business. His whole netwrok would be ubuntu based03:43
zenlunaticmsconfig is a tool03:43
ricteccopy it to your boot dir and use that kernel that works03:43
zenlunatici mean i don't know why you would run it in wine03:43
caphuwaw69: man  find03:43
LinuX2halfwhy when I boot up my graphic boot drop to text mode?03:43
zenlunaticpart of windows... but im no expert03:43
huwaw69zenlunatic, i have to stop something03:43
blah569How could one achive a transparent 'top bar' similar to this?  http://ubuntuforums.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=40498&d=1186942443  Just a static image with transparancy or would another method be more practical?03:44
xrandrSo, what's the linux equivolent of Active Directory?03:44
zenlunatichuwaw69: be less vague03:44
huwaw69cap, what do you mean by cap find03:44
capnordhri: I know... some of us think the hood is still weilded shut.03:44
zenlunaticxrandr: probably LDAP03:44
blah569on gnome *03:44
caphuwaw69: man find  not cap find03:44
LinuX2halfWhen I boot up, there's an ubuntu icon and it shows the loading process but now it'll switch to text mode....when the bar reached half way.....03:44
xrandrzenlunatic: LDAP coupled with NFS?03:45
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, what does hitting ctrl+alt+f7 do03:45
caphuwaw69: What are you trying to do? (What is your goal?)03:45
zenlunaticxrandr: possibly... check it out im not certain03:45
nordhricap, not me.. I just tend to not need to go there .. and haven't really dedicated the time I feel needed to get in there and learn it.. a.k.a I've been lazy in that regard03:45
LinuX2halfBoxmagnet: I've never tried it, but whats does it do anyway?03:45
xrandrzenlunatic: actually, i think it would NIS, NFS03:45
zenlunaticxrandr: i know nfs kicks butt we used to do kickstart installs like 5 times a night only takes like 4 minutes if that03:45
Mobii have been searching for awhile now but to no avail. does anyone know how to remove msftres flag on a nfts partition without having to format it?03:45
huwaw69cap, nvm ill try to figure it out myself again, i can't explain it in english sorry03:45
LinuX2halfBoxmagnet: does it have to do with UIID?03:45
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: UUID03:46
DaZblah569: it's in the gnome panel menu :f03:46
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, no, UUID = unique identifier for hard drives.03:46
blah569DaZ:  Ah yes, but I meant, did the person probably use a staic image with transparency?03:46
DaZand uses static image or true transparency depending on composite :f03:46
* BoxMagnet finally got network shares to mount on boot using nfs03:46
kakashihi guys can i get some help setting u a local repository server plz ?03:47
DaZblah569: imo it's black with true transparency :f03:47
LinuX2halfBoxMagnet: oh okay, but then does it have to do with the "resume image" process?03:47
stone1343rictec I think the end result is it's not gonna work until some hardware support is added?03:47
rictecstone1343, i have to check that chipset and if you have a working kernel use it03:48
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, I am not sure.03:48
xrandrzenlunatic: can u recommend a good eGroupware suite for linux?03:48
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, something like that could be from alot of reasons, sorry you need someone with more linux fu then I have03:48
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, im usually in here asking questions, so I help people when I can :\03:49
stone1343rictec no working ubuntu on that computer, i'll have to use the "other" OS03:50
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: well thanks anyway03:50
nevets04What is the difference between #channel and ##channel?03:50
lstarnesnevets04: # is official, ## isn't03:50
nevets04lstarnes, Thanks.03:50
lstarnesnevets04: for example, #ubuntu is ubuntu's official channel, but ##windows is not the official channel of microsoft windows03:51
rictecstone i cant say that i can say is the last kernel broke something03:51
rictecstone1343, until someone finds out what it is you have to use a older kernel try 9.0403:51
stone1343rictec fair enough, thanks, i'll give 9.04 a try that'll be helpful to know if it works03:52
LinuX2halfWell anyways, does anyone here knows why my boot splash suddenly turned to text mode when reached halfway....?03:52
tredanyone know how to start plasma decently in a headless jaunty?03:52
DaZdecently? ;f03:53
stone1343rictec: thanks very much for your help, I'm gonna go now03:53
trismLinuX2half: you mean it just shows the text boot log, such as services starting, etc?03:53
LinuX2halftrism: yes03:53
rictecstone1343, np be well03:53
tredi can leave a bash window open and start it from there after i log in on vnc, but it doesnt start quite normally03:53
trismLinuX2half: no idea, same thing randomly happens to me03:53
webbb82i am triing to download a bunch of wallpaper at once doing this http://webupd8.blogspot.com/2009/10/linux-download-hundreds-of-wallpapers.html03:53
LinuX2halftrism: well does it have to do with the resume image?03:54
webbb82but after doing all that all i see is a blinking cursor03:54
heylalaMy dist-upgrade from a fresh install of jaunty to karmic beta went wrong in a couple of ways. The most obvious problem is that there are some packages missing that won't install. apt / aptitude output here: http://ubuntu.pastebin.com/m50f090f5      I realize I could reinstall but I'd rather the learning process of trying to fix it. Anyone mind walking me through?03:54
trismLinuX2half: dunno03:54
phil_flLinuX2half: what have you done that could triggered it ? did you made any change in your partition table ?03:54
zmoazeniHello everyone. I need a little advice on how to create and use custom debian packages to "compile on install". An example would be I have a package Apache2.2.3 and 2 PHP5 Packages (PHP5.3.0 and PHP5.2.11). If I wanted to configure a system with Apache2.2.3 and PHP5.3.0, I'd want to install 2 packages, and have the PHP5.3.0 compile on install (passing specific configure parameters) - would I use the postinst script? Or is there a 03:55
zmoazeniI should be using instead?03:55
LinuX2halfphil_fl: Not really, last time I messed up my partition when restoring my windows but then I restore linux back so...03:55
zmoazeni(The purpose is so I could have another Apache package say Apache2.3.5 and the PHP5.3.0 package would still install/compile against it)03:56
LinuX2halfphil_fl: but I think that it happened when the ubuntu help menu is gone...but I'm not sure if its relevant....03:56
phil_flLinuX2half: I have seen it when I play with my partition table and my UUID get messed up03:56
heylala_(another thing wrong is that gnome is acting terribly, so it just froze, did anyone respond / think they can help by any chance?)03:56
LinuX2halfphil_fl: oh? Then this matter involve with UUID?03:57
rictecpeople its the end for me back latter03:57
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, why would it involve UUID?03:57
phil_flLinuX2half: in my case yes you want me to guide to find out if you suffer with the same problem I did ?03:58
BoxMagnetyou keep asking that, did you change /etc/fstab ?03:58
zmoazeniI thought I should be using the dsc, but that seemed like I would pass the configure parameters at install time03:58
LinuX2halfphil_fl: alright03:58
[t0rc]I installed ubuntu server edition 9.04 and am now doing apt-get update but the downstream speed is UBER slow (its downloading in bytes). Any help?03:58
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: no idea but I done some research online....03:58
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, cat /etc/fstab03:58
phil_flLinuX2half: when it happened to me I changed the swap so the UUID was not aligned anymore03:58
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, cat /etc/fstab in a pastebin03:59
phil_flLinuX2half, BoxMagnet : yes same command cat /etc/fstab03:59
capLinuX2half: Or:  pastebinit /etc/fstab03:59
phil_flLinuX2half, BoxMagnet : and sudo blkid03:59
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, UUID=3379059e-918c-4285-b5ef-963c4cbf7164 / ext4 relatime,errors=remount-ro 0 1       --- what my boot drive looks like in /etc/fstab (the UUID is correct of course)04:00
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: here's mine, http://www.ubuntu.pastebin.com/m5d1351904:00
progesteronequestion: on Ubuntu Firefox, how do we load the page refreshing the cache? on Window version, I can do Ctrl+F5.04:00
lstarnesprogesterone: shift+f504:00
trismprogesterone: ctrl+r04:01
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: http://www.ubuntu.pastebin.com/d10cc180c04:01
heylala_Anyone with any advice by any chance?04:01
myeyespyanyone know how I can open a movie in a new Totem window so I can have 2 movies open at the same time?04:01
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, use this UUID=80f73154-5559-4603-866f-2282bc7456dc / ext3 relatime,errors=remount-ro 0 104:01
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, that will work for ur /etc/fstab04:01
progesteronelstarnes Are you sure?04:01
lstarnesprogesterone: yes04:01
LinuX2halfbox magnet: so I have to edit the file?04:02
progesteronetrism Ctrl+r is for reload. It may not refresh the cache.04:02
lstarnesprogesterone: it may be ctrl+shift+f5 or ctrl+f504:02
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, sudo gedit /etc/fstab and replace ur  line with UUID=80f73154-5559-4603-866f-2282bc7456dc / ext3 relatime,errors=remount-ro 0 104:02
trismprogesterone: my mistake, ctrl+shift+r04:03
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, then save that file, exit gedit, and pastebin cat /etc/fstab again04:03
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: like this? http://www.ubuntu.pastebin.com/dcb1dea204:03
webbb82i know chromium is available to linux but did google put out a official one    or is chromium the officail one04:03
progesteronetrism lstarnes How can I test whether cache is refreshed or not?04:03
nick__where is sshd04:04
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, I am just telling you though, that UUID is not your problem.04:04
lstarnesprogesterone: I'm not sure04:04
DaZwebbb82: chromium is official04:04
ubottuSSH is the Secure SHell protocol, sshd is the server (or daemon) of SSH. For setting up the SSH server, please see: https://help.ubuntu.com/9.04/serverguide/C/openssh-server.html . Advanced SSH uses: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/Advanced . For SSH client information, see !ssh . Related: !scp (Secure CoPy)04:04
trismprogesterone: no idea, it always seems to refresh the cache when I just do ctrl+r so...04:04
korin43nick__: /etc/init.d/sshd04:04
lstarnesnick__: its init script is /etc/init.d/ssh04:04
capnick__: sshd is a service04:04
SeaPhornick__, in /etc/ssh/04:04
webbb82so chromium is the exact as chrome04:04
progesteronetrism lstarnes Thanks04:04
nick__korin43, lstarnes cap SeaPhor it is not there04:05
korin43webbb82: Chromium doesn't auto-update, and I think it's also missing the chrome media codecs04:05
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: hm... then check this site if its correct.. http://welltemperedstudio.wordpress.com/2009/04/07/is-your-ubuntu-boot-splash-dropping-to-text-mode/04:05
webbb82so how do i install chrome04:05
lstarnesnick__: did you install the openssh-server package?04:05
capnick__: sudo apt-get install openssh-server04:06
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, are you on a live-cd now on that machine!?!/04:06
SeaPhornick__, sshd.conf is in  /etc/ssh/04:06
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: No.04:06
webbb82the google web site says Google Chrome for Linux is in development* and a team of engineers is working hard to bring it to you as soon as possible.04:06
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, ok, then try this you still got /etc/fstab open !/04:06
SeaPhornick__, if not there then install it04:06
lstarnesSeaPhor, nick__: the server config is actually /etc/ssh/sshd_config04:06
myeyespyanyone know how I can open a movie in a new Totem window so I can have 2 movies open at the same time?04:06
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, switch those 2 lines just the UUID part. followed by the numbers04:07
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: yes but I didn't save it yet04:07
phil_flLinuX2half: IMHO yes this site is very correct last thing you need to check is the cat /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume and check if it matchs the swap UUID04:07
SnakDocwebbb82 you can get it there are install for it04:07
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, switch those 2 lines just the UUID part.04:07
SeaPhorlstarnes, that is true04:07
* xrandr would love to have google chrome for linux :)04:07
webbb82not from the chrome web site04:07
BoxMagnetxrandr, i have been looking for it04:07
BoxMagnetcant find it04:07
Cyrano_DeI have a couple of friends beta testing chrome right now.04:08
SnakDocits not direct from them04:08
Magnesium_webbb82: Here's the difference...Chromium is an open source project that is trying to (and IMHO has succedded in) develop a great web browser. Chrome is the official browser, from Google, *based* on chromium04:08
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, you know what im asking you to do correct?04:08
ZykoticK9xrandr, see link for daily build ppa http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-install-chromium-google-chrome-in-ubuntu-using-deb-package.html04:08
TBirdi <3 chrome on windows, at least04:08
webbb82is chrome in the repo04:08
Magnesium_webbb82: And Google sponsors chromium...so they are related, but not identical04:08
lstarneswebbb82: not the official ones04:08
lstarneswebbb82: google has their own apt repo for it04:09
Magnesium_webbb82: Go here: http://dev.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel04:09
webbb82where do i get the officail then04:09
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: yes, just switch the numbers of the UUID, http://www.ubuntu.pastebin.com/d52d3b3e304:09
webbb82i already got chromium04:09
SnakDocwebbb82 its not been offically released but http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-install-chromium-google-chrome-in-ubuntu-using-deb-package.html thank that suppose to be very close04:09
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, ok, try to boot that machine then04:10
Magnesium_webbb82: There you can download a binary package for ubuntu, which you can install...it will also add Google's Chrome Repo to your sources.list, so it will automatically be updated.04:10
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: oh okay, so I need to save first and reboot to see if anything changes correct..?04:10
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, yes04:10
kpkellerhello.  i'd like to update to the latest gnome version.  i'm running jaunty jackalope.  how might i go about doing this?04:11
Magnesium_webbb82: The Chrome build is technically a "Dev Build," but I'm using it currently, and it is quite stable. I would recommend using that instead of trying to compile chromium from source.04:11
BoxMagnet!upgrade kpkeller04:11
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)04:11
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: well okay, so I'll come back to see if anything changes04:11
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, let me know if it works please, so I can help the next person :-D04:11
angelus!upgrade | kpkeller04:11
ubottukpkeller: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes - see also http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/upgrading04:11
BoxMagnetthanks angelus04:11
Magnesium_TBird: Then you'll love chrome on Linux too...04:12
LinuX2halfBoxmagnet: sure I'll be back :)04:12
kpkellerthanks very much.04:12
webbb82Magnesium_, but where do i find tthe dev build04:12
andresjis ubuntu supposed to forward packats between two netowkr interfaces if the firewall is disabled?04:12
xrandrZykoticK9: installing :)04:12
BoxMagnetUUID is awesome.04:13
lstarnesandresj: it doesn't need a firewall for that04:13
kpkelleri'm already on 9.04 of ubuntu, but i see on gnome's website that there is a more recent version of the UI.  should I just download it from there and install it?04:13
Magnesium_webbb82: The dev build is the only build of chrome for linux from google at the moment...like I said, download the deb package from http://dev.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel04:13
lstarnesandresj: that uses the kernel's routing table04:13
maykianyone here familiar with foremost or scalpel?04:13
ejvUUID is tempremental as hell04:13
Magnesium_webbb82: This will also add the Google Chrome repo to your sources, so it gets updated with apt04:13
BoxMagnetejv, really? in what way just curious.04:13
webbb82oh ok than you04:14
BoxMagnetejv, mine seems to work better than using /dev/sd* which changes.04:14
Magnesium_webbb82: No problem04:14
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LinuX2halfboxmagnet: Well sadly it doesn't seem to work....:(04:14
ejvin large environments i have found uuid to be worse for persistent naming04:15
roffeHow do I install Nvidia drivers on XP in virtualbox?04:15
phil_flLinuX2half: last thing you need to check is the cat /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume and check if it matchs the swap UUID04:15
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, you forgot part of your /etc/fstab04:15
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, hehe open it real quick sorry.04:15
ejvroffe: /j #virtualbox04:15
leaf-sheeproffe: I'm guessing you don't because VirtualBox use generic video drivers.  Join #virtualbox04:15
ZykoticK9roffe, if you are using VBox and have XP as a VM you don't install Nvidia -- install the Guest Additions to get 3D support04:16
roffeOk, thanks!04:16
crohakonI must say... I love linux so far. I just wish microsoft office 2007 worked on it. I need it for work, only reason I keep vista around.04:16
leaf-sheepcrohakon: Use VirtualBox04:16
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, http://www.ubuntu.pastebin.com/m6b44bed204:16
leaf-sheepcrohakon: Change your job. :)04:16
crohakonopenoffice is nice, but it does not compare with the features, sadly. And it murders xdoc files.04:16
Magnesiumcrohakon: or use wine...office 2007 works very well on wine.04:17
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://ubuntuforums.org while you wait.04:17
pfifogoogle docs?04:17
crohakonHow does wine work? Do I need to install windows via wine or something?04:17
Magnesium!wine | crohakon04:17
ubottucrohakon: 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 Ubuntu04:17
crohakongoogle docs also kills xdoc files04:17
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, actually hold on, so you dont have to reboot again ( hopefully )04:17
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meaniefacecrohakon: might want to check out crossover chromium04:17
pfifogoogle docs is my #1 resource for word documents04:17
crohakonSo, I would not have to install windows with wine? I just install windows software via wine?04:18
leaf-sheepcrohakon: Right.04:18
srshkrshwhen i tried to copy a 700mb file from one one hard disk partition to another, i noticed the copying speed was dropping. what could be the problem?04:18
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: okay, here http://www.ubuntu.pastebin.com/d61bca743, see if it's the same04:18
crohakonmeanieface; what is crossover chromium04:18
webbb82what would the command be to uninstall chromium and install chrome04:18
pfifocrohakon, i have an icon on muy desktop for winamp, i click on it and it runs exactly the same as in windows04:18
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, yea just put the / not the swap on top04:19
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, hold on i got another idea too04:19
xrandrZykoticK9: works nicely :)04:19
Magnesiumcrohakon: Right...think of wine as an open source implementation of the windows API's. You can install and run windows apps using the wine engine, and it translates between the windows language (used by your program) and the linux language.04:19
UseLinuxThis is UseLinux. Does anybody read?04:20
meaniefacecrohakon: http://www.codeweavers.com/about/general/press/04:20
Magnesium!microsoft office04:20
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)04:20
cap  UseLinux Well, if they don't read, they don't have any busniess here.04:20
FFForever2anyone know how to turn an avi to dvd?04:20
UseLinuxoh ha ha.04:20
FFForever2did i say something funny?04:21
UseLinuxFFForever2 is funny.04:21
scuniziFFForever2: http://handbreak.fr04:21
ZykoticK9FFForever2, gui app devede (in repo)04:21
crohakondamn, if msoffice2007 install via wine I got another 350gb hd to play with on this laptop. =)04:21
phil_fl!hi | UseLinux04:21
UseLinuxYes! (I have a good sense of humor)04:21
ubottuUseLinux: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu! Feel free to ask questions and help people out. The channel guidelines are at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines. Enjoy your stay!04:21
MagnesiumFFForever2: No, joke (?) from before you got here04:21
FFForever2uselinux, why am i funny?04:21
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, http://www.ubuntu.pastebin.com/m477a292004:21
UseLinuxi must leave now04:22
scunizicrohakon: don't count on it.. however :).... you can run windows in virtualbox from inside of ubuntu for those "must have" apps..04:22
cap!info devede04:22
ubottudevede (source: devede): program to create video DVDs. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 3.12c-0ubuntu1 (jaunty), package size 1516 kB, installed size 3456 kB04:22
kakashihi guys, can i get some help downloading a full repository ?04:22
FFForever2ZykoticK9, will i run into sound issues?, this is going to be a wedding dvd04:22
andresjlstarnes: should I set a bridge interface? because it doesn't seem to be working with the firewall disabled (or enabled :P)04:22
EvaJoycelynnhii kakashi04:22
kakashihi EvaJoycelynn04:22
roffecrohakon, just be prepared to know that Wine runs some software badly, or not at all. Other than that it's great04:22
FFForever2would be insulting if the brides voice didn't match up04:22
ZykoticK9FFForever2, ? don't know what problems you might have.  I got sound in my DVDs.04:23
howitzer`Approx when today is the RC out?04:23
MagnesiumFFForever2: haha, her mouth moves when he says the vows, and vice versa :P04:23
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: okay I've switch them back....04:23
Boogerslinger_can anyone help me copy a file to external hdd04:23
meaniefacecrohakon: here is a thread that shows you how to install office via wine http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1173365&highlight=microsoft04:23
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, ok pastebin it one more time04:23
cap! apt-mirror04:23
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about apt-mirror04:23
kakashiEvaJoycelynn i been using apt-mirror, but i think is not working04:23
FFForever2Magnesium, moves yes... same word... doubt it... last time i tried this it didn't work out 2 well lol04:23
scuniziBoogerslinger_: cp /path/to/file/<file> /media/<name of device like sdc104:24
EvaJoycelynnhmmm how come kakashi04:24
EvaJoycelynnany notice came out?04:24
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: http://www.ubuntu.pastebin.com/d4fb192b704:24
ZykoticK9crohakon, don't delete windows just yet -- Word gets a Silver rating on winehq.org http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=1004:24
kakashiEvaJoycelynn i know is downloading data cause conky tells but the free space on my hd never change04:25
cap!info apt-mirror04:25
ubottuapt-mirror (source: apt-mirror): APT sources mirroring tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.4.5-1ubuntu2 (jaunty), package size 12 kB, installed size 120 kB04:25
Boogerslinger_scunizi i dont get all the commands yet04:25
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, is the one ending in c, or a ur / drive. I believe it is a04:25
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scuniziBoogerslinger_: do you know windows dos commands?04:25
Boogerslinger_scunizi no04:26
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Boogerslinger_scunizi well kinda04:26
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Boogerslinger_scunizi but have only had ubuntu for like two days04:26
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: yes /dev/sr0 is a optical drive04:26
Magnesiumscunizi: try #windows04:26
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scuniziBoogerslinger_: well.. you learn one at a time.. cp is copy .. then the next statement is where the file is located followed by the location you want to put it.. /media is a directory where your drives etc are typically mounted..04:27
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scuniziMagnesium: I'm not giving windows help.. why go to #windows04:27
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BoxMagnetLinuX2half, ok,. hold 1 sec04:27
nazojanhi all04:28
mtx1I am running ubuntu 9.04 and have 2 pcs with gigabit cards and a gigabit switch. I am running cat5e cable and for some reason i only can connect at 10Mb/s with both my 9.04 linux boxes anyone know what the problem could be? I have searched google for hrs and still have the same problem04:28
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kakashithe problem is that apt-mirror only tells that is downloading 80 index files in 20 threads but no download size info or something04:28
Magnesiumscunizi: Oh sorry...didn't see the conversation close enough...I thought you wanted to know dos commands...pardon me.04:28
dshepherdhey, I want to create a movie: slideshow of pictures with audio in the background. what app can i use?04:29
scuniziBoogerslinger_: this is a good adventure.. you'll find by learning your system the linux way and not expecting it to behave like windows.. it will give you a much better understanding on how your machine work.. and it's fun!04:29
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BoxMagnetok LinuX2half http://www.ubuntu.pastebin.com/mea0ffb804:29
scuniziMagnesium: no problem :)04:29
GBGamesDoes anyone have any experience getting Ekiga to work? As far as I know, the configuration should be fine (using STUN since the Ekiga wiki says I should), but I can't seem to connect to the echo test.04:29
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, if it does not work, switch just the UUID one more time. if not im stumpted04:29
nazojanI am new to ubuntu I recently installed it I have a sound problem can any one help me?04:29
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, try this before you go.04:29
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 !MP304:30
BoxMagnetsudo update-initramfs -u04:30
ZykoticK9dshepherd, i haven't used it but "Smile" available from getdeb.net - seems to fit the bill.  Good luck.04:30
nazojanthe sound is very very low hardly you can hear it and my sound card is SoundMax Audio Driver04:30
dshepherdZykoticK9: thanks04:30
scuniziGBGames: does it actually connect but you just can't hear anything?04:30
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: hm, okay so I'll copy everything to the file?04:30
Boogerslinger_scunizi yeah i just need to learn it LOL04:30
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, then run, sudo update-initramfs -u04:31
snowballnazojan: right click on the sound icon and make sure the output is all the way up04:31
nazojanyes it is I did04:31
CaptainMorgangot multiple tabs within a terminal window open... every time I go to close it, it asks me for confirmation - how do I remove that confirmation message?04:31
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: it seemed that the line proc /proc proc defaults 0 0 isn't originally in the file...04:31
GBGamesscunizi: I finally found the General History which tells me that it says "Remote user is unreachable"04:31
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, it should be04:31
dshepherdZykoticK9: its not available for hardy.... *sigh*04:31
CaptainMorganis it in gconf-editor ?04:31
capnazojan: Turn up Master and/or PCM04:31
scuniziBoogerslinger_: sometimes it's a large learning curve but the best approach (for me anyway) is to learn what you need first then experiment..04:31
* dshepherd grumbles about compiling04:31
Boogerslinger_scunizi if i want to copy file from my videos to my external could you give me a example04:31
ZykoticK9dshepherd, sorry man, lead you astray did I -- ?04:32
scuniziGBGames: If there is a place to put in an address for a stun server you can try stun.ekiga.net04:32
* howitzer` compiles about.grumbling04:32
dshepherdZykoticK9: its ok. thanks anyways04:32
nazojanyes it is04:32
scuniziBoogerslinger_: well.. with gui or commandline?04:32
nazojanthanks for all in advance help04:32
GBGamesscunizi: Yep, it's already in there.04:32
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, did you run sudo update-initramfs -u’04:33
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: yes it finished updating04:33
CaptainMorgannevermind, it is in gconf-editor... wasn't orginally sure it would be that easy to find04:33
GBGamesI wonder if the router needs to be forward ports, even though the wiki says I shouldn't need to do anything more.04:33
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, ok reboot04:33
b0xxyhi my name is boxxy04:33
LinuX2halfBoxMagnet: alright then I'll be back...04:33
Boogerslinger_scunizi see im not sure what you just asked me ;)04:33
pfifonot here too *facepalm*04:33
BoxMagnetGBGames, is it on ur local network?04:33
scuniziGBGames: then erase it and save.. try to connect without it.... with a stun server you shouldn't need port forwarding.. you could also use stun01.sipphone.com  that's what stun.ekiga.net points to.04:33
Boogerslinger_scunizi too used to windows04:34
GBGamesBoxMagnet: Is what on my local network?04:34
perlsyntaxwhen is ubuntu 9.10 come out on the oct 22?04:34
BoxMagnetGBGames, are the 2 machines on your local network?04:34
scuniziBoogerslinger_: do you want to do the copy using the desktop file manager or type commands into a black box?04:34
GBGamesscunizi: Ok, I'll try it.04:34
roffeperlsyntax, it's on the 29 th04:34
perlsyntaxwhat going on the oct 22 i looked up04:34
perlsyntaxon it04:34
scuniziGBGames: try it both ways.. without the server listed and with the other one.,04:34
Boogerslinger_scunizi see i tried to drag and drop and it gave me an error04:35
roffeperlsyntax, windows 7 is released today04:35
scuniziBoogerslinger_: what did it say?04:35
howitzer`When, approximately, is the RC out today?04:35
GBGamesBoxMagnet: 2 machines? I'm trying to use the Ekiga server's echo service.04:35
scuniziroffe: oh boy....04:35
leaf-sheephowitzer`: Today.04:35
howitzer`leaf-sheep: Really?04:35
dsnydersHi all!  What's chipcardd4?04:35
Boogerslinger_scunizi  Error opening file '/media/disk/The Proposal[2009]DvDrip[Eng]-FXG.avi': Permission denied04:36
BoxMagnetGBGames, ok, id forward the ports if you know what they are. sorry for the misread04:36
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about chipcardd404:36
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about chipcard404:36
roffescunizi, well there's a more important release a little later :)04:36
scuniziroffe: that's what I was thinking :)04:36
LinuX2halfBoxmagnet: well it seemed that it doesn't work.....04:36
perlsyntaxi talking about the releaseCandidate on the oct 22?04:36
GBGamesscunizi: Ok, neither one worked. I'm going to follow BoxMagnet's suggestion and forward the ports anyway.04:37
ubottuKarmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 29th, 2009 - Karmic is BETA and MAY break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+104:37
LinuX2halfBoxMagnet: but the bars are getting longer04:37
Delrykhey guys im back. you helped lots last time. i have another question now. this is the question im trying to solve: 7.List all the lines in the “f3.txt” file that contain words with a character ‘b’ not followed by a character ‘e’. so far i have:    grep --colour '\<[^a-z]*[b][^e]*\>' f3.txt the only thing is that f3.txt has a line that is "the brown fox", which is found. and another line "problem" which is04:37
Delryknt found. why cant it find the word problem ?04:37
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about chipcardd404:37
scuniziBoogerslinger_: /media/disk may be the usb drive.. if that's the case there is a permissions problem accessing it.. can you copy another smaller file to the drive? anything?04:37
scuniziGBGames: k04:37
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, ok, try swapping the UUID portions again then, do the update command sudo update-initramfs -u’04:37
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, reboot, and if it does not work I am sorry thats what that website says to do.04:38
Boogerslinger_scunizi just tried this Error opening file '/media/disk/07  Pink - Funhouse.mp3': Permission denied04:38
Boogerslinger_scunizi just a song04:38
scuniziBoogerslinger_: make a copy then rename the copy using a name with no spaces in it..replace spaces with an underline character "_"04:39
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, edit /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume and pastebin what that line says04:39
leaf-sheepBoogerslinger_: The lazy solution would be to include a sudo in your command. :3  The approach solution would be to chown your /media/disk04:39
crohakonSo, question. If I have vista install on another hard drive on my laptop, is there a way to load it from within linux?04:39
sugarmagnoliawhen i insert a video dvd, the default app that is launched is totem.  How can I change this to launch vlc instead?  I have looked high and low for some option someplace... ubuntu 8.0404:40
Cyrano_DeAnyone have a link that talks about running games like Nexuiz with Dual screens?04:40
cap!info vbox04:40
ubottuPackage vbox does not exist in jaunty04:40
leaf-sheepcrohakon: Sure. You would mount the hard drive and give it path. (eg /media/vista-hdd) or something. ;o04:40
scuniziBoogerslinger_: leaf-sheep is right.. go to applications>accessories>terminal04:40
Cyrano_De!info virtualbox04:40
ubottuPackage virtualbox does not exist in jaunty04:40
Cyrano_De!info kvm04:41
ubottukvm (source: kvm): Full virtualization on i386 and amd64 hardware. In component main, is optional. Version 1:84+dfsg-0ubuntu12.3 (jaunty), package size 1041 kB, installed size 3124 kB04:41
GBGamesscunizi: Huh. Still unreachable. B-(04:41
leaf-sheep!info virtualbox-ose | Cyrano_De04:41
ubottuCyrano_De: virtualbox-ose (source: virtualbox-ose): x86 virtualization solution - binaries. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.1.4-dfsg-1ubuntu3 (jaunty), package size 8576 kB, installed size 31164 kB04:41
nazojansnowball/cap: I think my issue is sound driver04:41
Boogerslinger_scunizi see this is what i need to learn the commands04:41
scuniziGBGames: wierd...04:41
crohakonSo I can use virtual box to boot the current install of vista I have?04:41
Delrykhey guys i need some help understanding terminal grep. is there anyone here who can help me ?04:41
scuniziBoogerslinger_: got terminal open?04:41
joeb3_sugarmagnolia, system prefs preferred apps04:41
Boogerslinger_scunizi yes04:41
sugarmagnoliathat doesn't appear to work, joeb3_04:41
scunizicrohakon: yes.. get virtual box from their site..04:41
leaf-sheepBoogerslinger_: How do you know where everything goes in Vista when it came out?  You learn them over a period of time. :)04:42
sugarmagnoliai've added vlc as a custom app, but no luck04:42
nanotubeDelryk: still working on that same problem?04:42
Delrykthis is a different one nano04:42
Delryki solved my other one04:42
Boogerslinger_leaf-sheep: never used vista just xp04:42
nanotubeDelryk: nice :) what's the new one04:42
scuniziBoogerslinger_: ok.. type sudo chown <your_user_name>:<your_user_name> /media/disk04:42
Delrykgrep '\<[^aeiou]*[aeiou][^aeiou]*\>' f3.txt04:42
Delrykthats the old one04:42
joeb3_sugarmagnolia, did you use the full path?04:42
leaf-sheepBoogerslinger_: Change Vista to XP in the said question. ;o04:42
sugarmagnoliano... i can try that, but i know it's in my path04:42
GBGamesscunizi: I even added my IP to the DMZ on my router, so it can't be a forwarded ports thing...huh.04:43
scuniziBoogerslinger_: don't use the <'s04:43
Delryk\nanotube hey04:43
Delrykhow do i whisper ?04:43
sugarmagnoliajoeb3_: actually, even with that custom entry for vlc in there, it still launches totem, so i'm not sure this is the right place.04:43
nanotubeDelryk: /msg04:43
scuniziGBGames: did you just install? and did you do all the updates?04:43
nanotubeDelryk: or /query for a private chat04:43
crohakonOkay, next question? How do I do that neat 3d cube thing =)04:43
Delryknano can u inv me to private ?04:44
GBGamesscunizi: Well, I had tried to configure it some time ago, but I found that my old router didn't let me forward ports. Now I have a new router, and I'm trying again.04:44
nanotubeDelryk: we're already there...04:44
nanotubeDelryk: didn't you get my response?04:44
Delrykyeah i noticed04:44
scuniziGBGames: which version of ekiga?04:44
nanotubeDelryk: ok :)04:44
scuniziGBGames: what version of ubuntu?04:45
RPG_MasterWhy can't I watch Quicktime videos in firefox?04:45
Cyrano_DeAnyone know how to get Nexuiz to play nice with dual screens?04:45
GBGamesscunizi: When I check the about page, it says "Thank you for your interest in Ubuntu04:45
GBGames                - the  - released in .04:45
GBGamesBut I believe it is the version of Ubuntu previous to the latest.04:46
GBGamesscunizi: Ah, here we go. Update Manager says that I can upgrade to 9.04, so I must have the previous version, 8.10, if I remember correctly.04:46
scuniziGBGames: k.. that's an OLD version of ekiga.. they are up to 3.5.x and it looks MUCH nicer.. I'll see if I can find a ppa link for the download..04:47
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vangorraHey all. I'm running karmic. When I login, trackerd is eating all my disk IO it takes minutes to login. Any ideas?04:47
capRPG_Master: You just need to tell firefox what to do with .mov04:47
RPG_Mastercap: I'll try that04:47
Boogerslinger_scunizi that worked thank you04:48
Boogerslinger_scunizi how ??04:48
leaf-sheep!karmic | vangorra04:48
ubottuvangorra: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 29th, 2009 - Karmic is BETA and MAY break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+104:48
Jordan_UDelryk: Why the "[^a-z]*" ? That will make it pretty much only match words that start with "b"04:48
vangorraleaf-sheep, thanks04:49
cedriczgvangorra, If you want you can turn off that service for your startup services04:49
vangorracedriczg, I know, I was just curious what could be going on04:49
scuniziBoogerslinger_: what you did was to make the disk owner "you" instead of whoever it was assigned to .. probably "root" or admin in windows speak04:49
RPG_Mastercap: mov is not listed :(04:49
cedriczgvangorra, It happens to me as well whenever I have new data on my machine04:49
Boogerslinger_scunizi so how do i learn to do that without help ???04:50
FlannelJordan_U: No, that means it doesn't match lowercase letters04:50
capRPG_Master: well, not sure.. just checked and mine does it... so. Just a sec.04:50
cedriczgvangorra, Like lets say new images, mail, etc04:50
leaf-sheepBoogerslinger_: Search engines helped. Everybody here is not armed with knowledge instantly.  We learned it by facing the problems ourselves once and whatnot.04:50
Jordan_UFlannel: True, but it's still not part of his stated requirements04:51
cedriczgvangorra, It's what it is meant to do. If you prefer you can update the database for locate when you want and use locate command instead of tracerd04:51
fizk_hey guys, what's wrong with this line:   find .|xargs grep -l 'a'|sed -sir 's/a/ hello /g'04:51
scuniziBoogerslinger_: one command at a time .. here.. on www.ubuntuforums.org and you might consider downloading the pdf for the ubuntu quick reference guide.. I'll see if I can find the link04:51
FlannelDelryk: You should move this regular expression stuff to #ubuntu-offtopic.  This isn't really a proper channel for it. thanks.04:51
cedriczgfizk_, what are you trying to do?04:51
capRPG_Master: May be that you just dont' have codec for mov  You could install mplayer04:51
fizk_cedriczg: run sed on some files04:52
fizk_cedriczg: replace inline04:52
capRPG_Master: Which will in turn intall a lot of extra codecs04:52
cedriczgtry to run the commands pipe after pipe04:52
RPG_Mastercap: I already have mplayer installed :(04:52
scuniziGBGames: here is it.. read carefully.. there's a link to click for releases prior to 9.10.. https://launchpad.net/~sevmek/+archive/ekiga-stable-prerelease04:52
GBGamesscunizi: Thanks!04:52
cedriczgfizk_, try to run the commands one by one and start adding the pipes04:52
fizk_cedriczg: i did04:53
KnifeySpooneyHi, how do I force apt-get to download the files (-d switch) when the package is already installed?04:53
KnifeySpooneyRight now it just says 0 to upgrade/0 to install/0 to remove04:53
cedriczgfizk_, maybe you are trying "find ./xargs grep -l 'a'|sed -sir 's/a/ hello /g"04:53
dajhornKnifeySpooney: Add --reinstall04:53
scuniziBoogerslinger_: ok.. here it is.. the link is right of  dead center at the top http://www.ubuntupocketguide.com/download_main.html04:53
cedriczgfizk_, sorry...maybe you are trying "find ./xargs | grep -l 'a'|sed -sir 's/a/ hello /g"04:54
scuniziGBGames: enjoy!04:54
capRPG_Master: How about vlc?04:54
fizk_cedriczg: nope04:54
Boogerslinger_scunizi thank you very much man04:54
capRPG_Master: Have you run xine yet?04:54
dajhornKnifeySpooney: You may already have the deb in the /var/cache/apt directory somewhere.04:54
cedriczgfizk_, I see xargs is a command...04:54
fizk_cedriczg:  can you try it?04:54
scuniziBoogerslinger_: everyone has to start somewhere!.. also on B&N or Amazon are lots of ubuntu books04:55
KnifeySpooneydajhorn: Yeah i know, i'm trying to move over some installed debs to my other computer04:55
RPG_Masterstrange, this won't work: http://www.apple.com/imac/the-new-imac/#small04:55
cedriczgtry sed -sirn04:55
crohakonokay... so how the heck do I run the currently installed vista on my other hard drive via virtual host? And if I do so, am I going to f it up?04:55
KnifeySpooneydajhorn: Would you happen to know how to do the same thing with build-dep?04:55
Boogerslinger_scunizi cool thank you04:55
KnifeySpooneydajhorn: woops, i mean apt-get build-dep04:55
RPG_Masterbut this will: http://www.apple.com/trailers/wb/wherethewildthingsare/04:55
Jordan_Ufizk_: That command will run "grep -l 'a'" on all of the files from find, and pass the output from that to sed. Is that what you want?04:55
cedriczgfizk_, try sed -sirn04:55
cedriczgfizk_, not sure what -sir option do, but maybe option -n does what you are expecting04:56
leaf-sheepKnifeySpooney: You can use "cd ~/Desktop ; sudo aptitude download pidgin" and it'll download the .deb for you on Desktop ;o04:56
scunizicrohakon: you can't run an already install version of windows in a vm.. you have to install it in the vm04:56
KnifeySpooneyleaf-sheep: I need dependencies too04:56
fizk_cedriczg: n makes it quiet04:56
crohakonscunizi; oh, damn, thats not what I was told a little bit ago. blah04:57
leaf-sheep!clone | KnifeySpooney04:57
ubottuKnifeySpooney: To replicate your packages selection on another machine (or restore it if re-installing), you can type « aptitude  --display-format '%p' search '?installed!?automatic' > ~/my-packages », move the file "my-packages" to the other machine, and there type « sudo xargs aptitude --schedule-only install < my-packages ; sudo aptitude install » - See also !automate04:57
dajhornKnifeySpooney: There are apt-* helper packages to move debs to disconnected computer.  Look at something like apt-zip.04:57
dsnydersSo... chipcardd4?  Useless waste of CPU?04:57
cedriczgfizk_, let me check04:57
leaf-sheep!aptoncd | KnifeySpooney04:57
ubottuKnifeySpooney: APTonCD is a tool with a graphical interface which allows you to create one or more CDs or DVDs with all of the packages you've downloaded via apt-get or aptitude, creating a removable repository that you can use on other computers - See also !offline04:57
carpediemscunizi, crohakon: you can convert a standard disk into a VM.04:57
cedriczgfizk_, " suppress automatic printing of pattern space"04:57
capRPG_Master: Flash Player (Adobe)?04:57
KnifeySpooneyleaf-sheep: Thanks. I read of that earlier (i'm trying to help someone in the forums) and it's already been suggested by someone else04:58
crohakoncarpediem; and what does that mean and how will that effect the installation of vista? Would I still be able to boot into it via grub later/04:58
KnifeySpooneybut this guy seemed to be interested in my way04:58
[1]SpaceGhostGood evening friends.04:58
leaf-sheepKnifeySpooney: I see.04:59
scunizicarpediem: crohakon that's true.. vmware makes a converter but be aware that if you do that and leave your other install.. once the converted file is "activated" with microsoft in the vm then the other install will not be active anymore.. you can run the same copy of windows on two machines which is what you will be essentially doing.04:59
carpediemcrohakon: you boot into a LiveCD, then convert an unmounted disk to a VM.  What you do is up to you.  You could save it somewhere, install something else onto that disk, then use it as a VM there.04:59
howitzer`Good morning freundling.04:59
RPG_Mastercap: Does this work for you? http://www.apple.com/imac/the-new-imac/#small04:59
coyohello, i just installed ubuntu onto a computer built from scratch, and i wish to enable an ati radeon hd 4870 card, which does not seem to be detected. i am able to use onboard video. how do i use the card with ubuntu?04:59
scunizicrohakon: carpediem *can't run two04:59
boysenneed help to set up vanity ip04:59
boysencan set up vanity without owning a domain name?05:00
[1]SpaceGhostboysen: what do you mean? A static IP?05:00
crohakoncarpediem; does not seem worth the trouble. I guess I am just going to leave vista installed on the other hard drive and when I need to use office for work I will just boot it up.05:00
boysenalias ip05:00
boysenlike  hahaha.org05:00
[1]SpaceGhostboysen: Do you mean a domain name? You'd need a domain, or use dyndns.org.05:00
scunizicrohakon: what do you do in office that absolutely needs ms office?05:00
carpediemcrohakon: up to you.  Clonezilla is the software to do it, if you decide to05:01
boyseni see05:01
[1]SpaceGhostboysen: That is called a Domain name, it's not a license plate. Domain name.05:01
firdau5hi all05:01
cedriczgfizk_, Again... which was the command you are trying?05:01
firdau5I got a problem05:01
crohakonscunizi; I use it to create menus and sell sheets.05:01
boysenif i have a domain name can i use that alias name on mirc?05:01
[1]SpaceGhostboysen: Your options are thus: Buy a domain, or use dyndns.com.05:01
firdau5I cant play *.wmv files05:01
scunizicrohakon: graphics work and a little spreadsheets?05:02
evilaimyou should see this desktop05:02
fizk_cedriczg: brb05:02
[1]SpaceGhostboysen: Is the point just to have a special name in IRC?05:02
carpediemzoneedit = free dns, I've used it for free for 8 years.05:02
scunizicrohakon: what's a "sell sheet"?05:02
DaZfirdau5: codecs05:02
firdau5Its says mss2 codecs missing05:02
coyofirdau5: you can enable wmv playing capability with the ubuntu-restricted-extras package05:02
boysenjust want to learn how to set up vanity ip05:02
firdau5DaZ, can you help me?05:02
Flannelboysen: What do you mean by vanity ip?05:02
[1]SpaceGhostboysen: Buy a domain name, or use dyndns.05:02
firdau5tell me the details coyo,05:03
[1]SpaceGhostBoysen: learn the nomanclature, it's called a domain.05:03
crohakonscunizi; For restaurants. The problem I have is that the work computers use office2007, so if I want to do any work at home I need to use office as openoffice and other alternatives murder xdoc files.05:03
Flannel[1]SpaceGhost: Please be polite05:03
leaf-sheepcrohakon: Save the files as .doc05:03
coyofirdau5: okay, what you do is click on System > Administration > Synaptic05:03
crohakonThe formatting also gets murdered with .doc files.05:03
firdau5ok.. then?05:04
scunizicrohakon: yea.. and office 2003 & 2000 also do the same thing.. how 'bout installing OpenOffice on the work machine and you'd be set in both worlds?05:04
coyofirdau5: then type "restricted" in the search bar05:04
crohakonIts just that the alternatives, although close, still kill the over all flow of the documents.05:04
firdau5ok.. then?05:04
coyoselect the "ubuntu-restricted-extras package, and install them05:04
[1]SpaceGhostflannel: I was, I was letting him know to learn the nomanclature, as the terms are not interchangable. I'd appreciate it if you'd apply the thought that humor doesn't translate on the internet to my messages. Don't assume I'm being rude.05:04
coyoyou should be able to play wmv container formatted a/v fine then05:05
firdau5ubuntu-restricted-extras.. ok05:05
Flannel[1]SpaceGhost: Exactly.  Humor doesn't translate.  Don't be condescending of people because they're new.05:05
boysenthat's very deep spaceghost :P05:05
coyolet me know if it works or not05:05
boyseni cant dig it :P05:05
crohakonscunizi; And I should expect the other employees to convert just for me? And also, to be honest, I have attempted to create duplicate documents in open office from scratch just to see how they turn out and open office just does not compare. Its hard to explain without showing.05:05
cedriczgfizk_, would "find .|xargs grep -l 'a'|sed -sir 's/a/ hello /g' " do what you are looking for?05:06
[1]SpaceGhostFlannel, I think you need to back off a bit friend. I wasn't being rude, thank you for your opinion though.05:06
Flannelboysen: What is it you want to set up?05:06
firdau5waiting to downloading files05:06
boysenmy ftp i cannot connect in my other computer and i want to learn how to set up vanity ip05:06
boysenvhost ip05:06
Flannelboysen: You want to connect to something like ihaveadomain.com?05:07
befamousim trying to get a fullscreen on tty1 - but i cant find any doc05:07
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: Oh man, it still doesn't work....05:07
Help1hi anyone here05:07
fizk_cedriczg:  find . -type f -exec sed -ir 's/a/ hello/g' {} \;05:07
Flannelboysen: There's two separate issues there.  One is connecting (which you'll need to set up port forwarding for) and then the domain name is another one.  You should be able to connect just fine using the IP (assuming everything's set up properly)05:07
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: maybe the UUID WASN"T involve in this kind of situation..05:07
cedriczgfizk_, Yes that may execute that command on those files05:07
Help1iam getting a grub error how do i reconfigure  to boot again05:07
fizk_cedriczg:  thanks, it works :)05:08
Help1iam on live ct05:08
Flannelboysen: As far as a vanity domain name, dyndns will do it for free, it's probably your best bet05:08
evilaimMan I'm a geek05:08
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, what do you see on the screen of that computer05:08
scunizicrohakon: having worked in both worlds I know what you're up against.. OOo draw is better for layout then the wordprocessor but won't translate.. scribus is a great desktop publishing program and works on both platforms .. but.. it's tough teaching something new and if there are others (didn't know that).. it makes it that much more difficult.05:08
joshalsa-lib no longer exists on ubuntu?05:08
boysenyesterday i can connect to my box via ftp today i cant connection refuse05:08
Flannelboysen: Ah.  Did you restart your box?05:09
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ae86-drifterboysen: u connected to it boefre/05:09
Help1anyone know ho to retrieve the grub/menu.lst05:09
ae86-driftersorry, have you connected to it in the past?05:09
boysenyap yeterday05:09
crohakonscunizi; what is scribus?05:09
boysentoday i  cannot connect05:09
ae86-drifterk yeah restart it check all your settings05:09
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scuniziHelp1: retrieve?  it's located at /boot/grub/menu.list or .lst05:09
ae86-drifterits pretty straight forawrd normally05:10
Flannelboysen: What probably happened is your box got a new IP (on the subnet) so your port forwarding doesn't work anymore.  You're behind a router, right?05:10
Help1iam on live cd at the moment what is the procedure05:10
cedriczgHelp1, cat /boot/grub/menu.lst05:10
dsnydersHelp1, what are you trying to do?05:10
phil_fl!info scribus | crohakon05:10
ubottucrohakon: scribus (source: scribus): Open Source Desktop Page Layout. In component main, is optional. Version (jaunty), package size 9249 kB, installed size 26632 kB05:10
boysenyap im using seimen05:10
Help1somehow my grub got corrupted05:11
scunizicrohakon: it's a full desktop publishing program.. you can do magazines, newspapers, flyers menus, business cards etc.. with print ready PDF output in cmyk etc.. there's even a book on amazon for it.. it takes a while to get use to but is really fantastic.. also their irc at #scribus is very helpful.. most times I end up talking to the author.05:11
cedriczgHelp1, Did you try "cat /boot/grub/menu.lst" on terminal ?05:11
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Flannelboysen: Righ, try setting up a static IP on your box, that way the port forwards will always work: https://help.ubuntu.com/9.04/internet/C/connecting-wired.html#connecting-wired-manual05:11
coyofirdou5: how are you coming along?05:11
Help1yes it didnt work05:11
crohakonscunizi; And it is also for windows?05:12
ae86-drifterboysen: has ur server box got a dedicated IP05:12
scunizicrohakon: yep.. a good companion program for creating svg graphics etc is inkscape05:12
cedriczgHelp1, That way you can look what it has on it05:12
coyofirdou5: hilight my name when you are done installing and have tried it05:13
Help1its telling me no such file or directorey05:13
crohakonscunizi; just installed it, I will check it out.05:13
firdau5coyo, I got same problem05:13
boysenim using dsl connection05:13
cedriczgHelp1, Try to see if you have this file /boot/grub/menu.lst~05:13
scunizicrohakon: there's usually two versions in the repos.. one ending in -ng .. -ng is typically the more recent version05:14
cedriczgHelp1, That would be a backup05:14
firdau5coyo : still cant play the files05:14
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coyothat's interesting, it always worked for me05:14
boysendedicated ip?05:14
scunizicrohakon: they also have a repo for ubuntu to get the absolute latest.. sometimes it's worth it..05:14
ae86-drifterboysen: i thought it was a remote server, so it is on your internal network??05:14
firdau5No suitable decoder module:05:14
firdau5VLC does not support the audio or video format "MSS2". Unfortunately there is no way for you to fix this.05:14
Help1do i need to mount the disk first to get to it05:14
crohakonscunizi; I used the add/remove programs option under the applocations menu, will that get me the latest?05:15
coyotry opening it with totem05:15
BoxMagnetHelp1, absolutely.05:15
cedriczgHelp1, Yes. But you can try to do the changes using a Live CD05:15
boyseni have problem with remote access but internal it's okey05:15
joshHow do I install alsa-lib from command line?  I run 'sudo apt-get install alsa-lib' and I get the error "package alsa-lib does not exist"05:16
scunizicrohakon: no.. use synaptic or scribus' repos ... it is a mental shift to use scribus.. don't expect to do things like in a word processor or MS Publisher.. it's different..05:16
ae86-drifterboysen: oh k well make sure you forward port 21 to the internal ip of your server, then u should be able to access it externally05:16
boysenic  i will go to my network modem to check it05:16
dsnyderscedriczg, /boot/grub/menu.lst would be the menu.lst on the live CD, not the corrupted one.05:16
boysenthe port forwarding05:16
cedriczgdsnyders, Yes you are right05:17
nn123hello! ive a question... every time i run flash videos or... play some games like chess games, my intel core 2 duo runs like hell, not even in other computers running cd4 the processor works so hard, why is that?05:17
ne0futurjosh: apt-cache search alsa | grep lib05:17
crohakonscunizi; I see that already, but it has already slightly grown on me. I am going to try to reproduce some of my menus with it and see how they turn out.05:17
ae86-drifterand when you connect externally with the ftp client make sure you use the external(internet) IP, not your internal network IP05:18
cedriczgHelp1, If you use a live CD then you should check for file /media/disk/boot/grub/menu.lst05:18
dsnyderscedriczg, YOu'd have to get Help1 to look at the /mnt/hda1/boot/grub/menu.lst or whatever it is.05:18
cedriczgHelp1, Where disk would be the name of your disk05:19
scunizicrohakon: I think that after using it for a while you'll get hooked.. remember that when creating a text box you can right mouse click on it and "edit text" .. you can also F2 afterwards for more adjustment options.05:19
joshne0futur, all the guides say I should be installing "alsa-lib", and it's even on canonical's site, but it's not showing up with a 'apt-cache search alsa | grep lib'05:19
joshne0futur, http://ns2.canonical.com/ko/source/karmic/alsa-lib05:19
joshNot sure if I'm running karmic though05:20
lstarnesjosh: check lsb_release -a05:20
crohakonscunizi; so for the text box's you save the text in a separate file and it grabs it from there?05:20
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: hey05:20
joshlstarnes, ne0futur, jaunty05:20
scunizicrohakon: no you don't have to do that.. it's just an option.05:20
boysenany idea what is this feature in my router set up --->Enable full Internet Gateway Device (IGD) support05:21
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: well sadly it doesn't seem to have any effect on my computer05:21
ae86-drifterboysen : no05:21
ae86-drifterboysen : it is called port forwarding, sigh05:21
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, ok ..... please keep posting here. someone will know exactly what to do.05:21
joshIt's in the repo for jaunty also05:21
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, anything else you can tell me about the problem?05:21
ae86-drifterboysen, goto portforward.com05:21
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: but when I press the keys during the login window the screen is blank/black05:21
boysenUPnp configuration05:21
scuniziboysen: ae86-drifter some routers do port forwarding in the "Gaming" section05:21
ae86-drifterboysen, NO05:22
crohakonscunizi; oh I see, you click update text frame.05:22
ae86-drifterit may be called virtual server05:22
scunizicrohakon: now you're getting the hang of it :)05:22
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: I did a recovery session to repair any graphical problems....05:22
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, you can get to the login window?05:22
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: yes05:22
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BoxMagnetLinuX2half, ok... why dont you login then?05:22
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: I did05:22
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, or only xterm will work?05:22
Help1grr i cant even mount it05:23
ae86-drifterboysen, goto portforward.com, it will give you a tutorial for your specific router05:23
boysenwhat will happen if i turn off my firewall level to off?05:23
ae86-drifterboysen, dont change any settings except port forwarding05:23
Help1could someone help me pls...05:23
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: well the keys didn't work but I don't know if it'll work after I enter recovery mode05:23
cedriczgHelp1, Are you using a live CD now?05:23
ae86-drifterboysen: what brand router is it05:23
Help1yes cedriczg05:23
BoxMagnetLinuX2half, try it05:23
crohakonscunizi; Yeah, I could really come to like this program. Like I said, I will play around for a bit. Try to redo some of my menus with it and see how it goes. Thanks for the tip man.05:23
ae86-drifterboysen: WTF?05:23
cedriczgHelp1, Did you try Places and click on your disk there?05:24
ae86-drifterboysen: BRAND, not model05:24
boysenSEImen 56705:24
ae86-drifteroh ok05:24
scunizicrohakon: have fun and spread the joy :)05:24
Help1dont come up05:24
ae86-drifterdid you goto portforward.com?05:24
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: well its getting late for me and I need to rest so I can't do another reboot, but let say that it doesn't work, then basically we just ran out of ideas.05:24
Maceris /etc/timezone a link to /usr/share/zoneinfo/ ?05:24
Help1ok just came up05:24
ae86-drifterboysen, goto portforward.com, it will give you a tutorial for your specific router, follow the tutorial, each router is different05:24
Help1where is the file located05:24
Maceror do you just add your actual zone to it like Americas/Chicago05:25
LinuX2halfboxmagnet: So I think I'll come back tomorrow05:25
LinuX2halfBoxmagnet: thanks for the help nonetheless05:25
LinuX2halfBoxMagnet: Well this problem seemed recent so its not a long term problem05:25
Maceri can't seem to sync the clock correctly05:26
LinuX2halfBoxMagnet: So I'm sure there's a fix to it, somehow anyway....................05:26
LinuX2halfBoxMagnet: So Good Night :)05:27
cedriczgHelp1, Are you now on a nautilus window?05:27
Darkomenhow do i make a flood bots using ubuntu05:27
cedriczgHelp1, Go to boot/grub/menu.lst05:27
ae86-drifterDarkoman, download a bot or script05:27
Help1yes got nautilus up05:28
cedriczgYou can paste the content of that file on a pastebin so I can see it05:28
ae86-drifterDarkoman, abviously u cant write one or u wouldnt ask that question05:28
RobotCow help please. vnc and ssh are showing up on my wlan and lo interfaces but not ham0 interface created by hamachi. this did not used to happen.05:28
Darkomenae86-drifter> Darkoman, download a bot or script ->what kind of bot?05:28
cedriczgHelp1, Paste it on http://pastebin.com/ and give me the link05:28
ae86-drifterDarkoman, its called an IRC bot05:28
ae86-drifterDarkoman, google is helpful for that05:28
Help1hmm when i press on boot folder there nothing there05:29
ae86-drifterDarkoman, or check out sourceforge.net05:29
cedriczgHelp1, hmmm05:29
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cedriczgHelp1, Try this out. Open a terminal window05:29
Help1ok go05:29
cedriczgHelp1, And go to your disk root05:30
Help1ok done sudo -s05:30
Help1and what do i do know?05:31
voxae86-drifter: a bit less attitude would be useful, too.05:31
cedriczgHelp1, I am checking which command would be better to find the file menu.lst05:31
RobotCowhow can i make ssh server or vnc server run on the hamachi interface????05:31
boysenubuntu 9.10 is coming 8 days to go05:32
voxHelp1: run  sudo updatedb05:32
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voxHelp1: once that finishes run   locate menu.lst05:33
cedriczgHelp1, Try  "find -iname *menu.lst" and wait05:33
cedriczgHelp1, Maybe better try "sudo find -iname *menu.lst"05:34
scunizihow bout "locate menu.lst".. after sudo updatedb ..05:34
cedriczgscunizi, That would work if it is on a pATH for locate. But it seems he has no boot folder...05:35
tredi can leave a bash window open and start it from there after i log in on vnc, but it doesnt start quite normally05:35
tredoops, missed half that, lol05:35
cedriczgscunizi, and that would get him the menu.lst from his live CD05:35
scunizicedriczg: oh.. that would make a difference..05:35
boysenhow come linux sometimes pain in the ass :P05:35
tredanyone know how to start plasma decently in a headless jaunty? i can leave a bash window open and start it from there after i log in on vnc, but it doesnt start quite normally05:36
cedriczgHelp1, Did you get any results?05:36
Kajrosboysen:  I have a theory..Normally it is a user problem.05:36
Help1nope nothing05:36
cedriczgHelp1, Did you run it with sudo ?05:36
boyseneven if u follow the instructions sometimes there are some problems05:36
cedriczgHelp1, ok, keep waiting and try as well on another terminal the command "locate menu.lst"05:37
dsnydersHelp1, Issue the following command and let us know how many things it finds: ls /dev/sd?05:38
Help1ok got it05:38
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KajrosI think only issues i ever had are with ubuntu netbook remix not playing videos and backtrack 4 wouldnt work with my wifi card05:38
cedriczgHelp1, For locate you mean?05:38
quellhorstwhats new in 9.10?05:38
cedriczgHelp1, what is the result?05:39
Help1locale found it ..closed the terminal and re-opened it again05:39
Guest18772hey i need some help plz i m new user in ubuntu and i need to setup my drivers can u help me plz05:39
scuniziGuest18772: drivers for what?05:39
Guest18772my foxconn mother board05:39
scuniziGuest18772: if it's working now you won't need specific drivers..05:40
Guest18772oh so its not like windows05:40
voxHelp1: ..how did you lose your /boot ?05:40
Guest18772u mean if its working i dont need any thing right05:40
scuniziGuest18772: :) no... it's like ... linux :)05:40
Shakti418afternoon ppls.. quick query re: Karmic Koala, grub2 and fakeraid. Is there a document/howto for installing grub2 on a fakeraid?05:40
=== boysen is now known as NewbieLInux101
Guest18772well my first time thx05:40
Help1no idea lol05:40
crazybyyouirc hacker chanel'05:41
scuniziGuest18772: np.. remember.. if it aint broke don't fix it.05:41
voxcrazybyyou: where?05:41
crazybyyouI'm searching one05:41
dsnydersHelp1,  how many hard drives do you have?05:41
macocrazybyyou: search elsewhere05:41
Guest18772well my network driver i didnt setup it or any thing and its all gd05:41
Help11 hard drive05:41
Guest18772i think linux is awesome05:41
kevinlhey guys, issue I am having on Jaunty :   I can run a speed test on speedtest.net which shows 25Mbps down and 7Mbps up , yet when I am running Transmission or Deluge, my internet almost goes to a crawl, even when those torrents are running very slow (liek 30kbps) .. is there a maximum sockets issue per user or something?05:41
dsnydersHelp1, how many partitions on that drive?05:41
voxGuest18772: 95% of hardware just /works/ under linux, you dont need specific drivers05:41
NewbieLInux101my ddr is 1 gb is that enough to run a server?05:42
voxNewbieLInux101: what sort of server05:42
NewbieLInux101160 gb hd05:42
Guest18772oh thats right thx alot vox05:42
nanotubeNewbieLInux101: depends on what you'll be serving on it and to how many people :)05:42
nanotubeNewbieLInux101: if it's not anything too heavy, 1gb ought to be enough.05:42
NewbieLInux101eggdrop ftp apache ssh vnc ircd05:42
voxNewbieLInux101: should be plenty05:43
Guest18772hey can any one tell me what diffrence betwen linux and windows05:43
Guest18772i mean in it programing codes05:43
NewbieLInux101linux is free window u have tp pay05:43
Guest18772oh lol05:43
tck9i have a sata hdd that isn't detected in the bios. when i use a linux livecd i can see it listed with fdisk -l .. any ideas what could be wrong?05:43
scuniziGuest18772: that's better asked in #ubuntu-offtopic or the numerous posts out on the web.. this channel is for support05:43
tck9since it doesn't show up in the bios, i can't select it as a boot device.05:43
Shakti418does anyone here have experience with the beta of Koala on fakeraid, I'm having troubles with the grub2 part of the install, it's failing05:43
dsnydersGuest18772, There are too many to mention.  The biggest though, is that linux is open source.05:43
Kajroslinux is open source05:43
Guest18772yeah thats cool05:44
voxcrazybyyou: this is ubuntu support, not a "hacker" channel.05:44
Guest18772well thx alot for ur help guys05:44
cedriczg_Help1, I lost my connection05:44
dsnydersGuest18772, That means that you can poke around and look at the code of programs you like.05:44
cedriczg_Help1, any news?05:44
Guest18772i guess i m going to sleep now i spent last 10 hours try to figuer out linux system lol05:44
coyonvm, guise, i got my graphics adapter to work05:44
NewbieLInux101that's linux05:45
dsnydersGuest18772, Welcome to linux.05:45
voxtck9: older bios's wont detect harddisks over certain sizes, however linux is able to use them once the system is booting. what you have is a limitation brought-on by the motherboard you're using.05:45
NewbieLInux101but stable :P05:45
Guest18772thx alot dsnyders05:45
tck9it's a 250gb hdd.. another server which has the exact same mobo/bios detects it fine05:45
NewbieLInux101i have one more questions05:45
dsnydersGuest18772, Don't get discouraged if it doesn't come easily, though.  It can be daunting.05:45
NewbieLInux101i want help to set up webcam server too05:46
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voxtck9: dont have an answer then, but it's definately hardware related.05:46
cedriczg_NewbieLInux101, You can install cheese05:46
Help1ok found the menu.lst05:46
NewbieLInux101then after cheese what should i do05:46
cedriczg_NewbieLInux101, That program will let you use your webcam05:46
NewbieLInux101i did already05:46
Help1what now05:46
voxtck9: tried the latest bios image for that motherboard?05:46
Shakti418tck9: check the bios versions on each and download any firmware updates05:47
cedriczg_Help1, I was asking in which folder do you have the disk mounted now.05:47
Help1in examples05:47
cedriczg_Help1, Can't be... Your hard disk should have been mounted under sth like /media/disk105:48
Help1do i need to create a dir first05:48
NewbieLInux101i install wine but my yahoo is not working on ubuntu how come05:48
riyonukHiya, just installed Ubuntu, and it is so awesome! I love this! <305:49
riyonukOne question, Id like to give KDE a try, how would I do that? ^___^05:49
speedxxxcorewhat is the ubuntu global userbase estimate?05:49
cedriczg_riyonuk, ask for a Kubuntu live CD?...05:50
voxcedriczg_: no05:50
scuniziriyonuk: sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop .. when done logout and at the password screen you can "change sessions" to kde and .. away you go!05:50
riyonukokay :p05:50
voxcedriczg_: what scunizi said.05:50
Shakti418riyonuk: resist the temptation to tinker too much before you're familiar with how things work ;)05:50
cedriczg_vox, sorry?05:50
Shakti418does anyone here have experience with the beta of Koala on fakeraid, I'm having troubles with the grub2 part of the install, it's failing05:51
voxcedriczg_: you can just apt-get kde and install it05:51
cedriczg_vox, It depends if he wants to try it or install05:51
scuniziShakti418: until it's officially released ask in #ubuntu+105:51
voxShakti418: join #ubuntu+1 for 9.10 support05:51
cedriczg_vox, Yes that's true as well05:51
Shakti418vox & scunizi: thanks05:51
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riyonukI don't understand the point of Compiz's "Window Preview", sure I can see the windows, but I can't really make out what they are05:52
=== crohakon is now known as crohakon|zZz
dsnydersHI all! Anybody know anything about chipcardd4?05:52
cedriczg_riyonuk, You can also do sudo "apt-get install kubuntu-desktop" as scunizi said05:52
voxriyonuk: you can alter the preview sizes05:52
cedriczg_riyonuk, correction "sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop"05:52
ubottuInstructions for using webcams with Ubuntu can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Webcam - Supported cams: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsMultimediaWebCameras05:52
riyonukI like the size, just not the "quality", if that makes sense?05:53
riyonukI'm installing kubuntu-desktop at the moment, going to be awhile, huge download05:53
voxriyonuk: you can alter that aswell i think05:53
cedriczg_riyonuk, Yes, that's why using a live CD may be useful as well. Maybe some friend may have it05:53
voxriyonuk: it's been a while since i played with compiz05:53
brandon_Anyone good with VBox?05:56
CopyWriteri second your hmmmmmm(m)05:56
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scunizibrandon_: what's up?05:56
evilaimAnyone installed windows 7 as a secondary?05:57
cedriczg_riyonuk, I like very much on compiz the "Scale" effect and set up with the "bottom right" as binding05:57
cedriczg_riyonuk, Like on Macs05:57
Emiliano008hola amigos05:58
cedriczg_brandon_, hi05:58
Emiliano008necesito la ayuda de ustedes05:58
cedriczg_Emiliano008, Creo que aquí la mayoría habla inglés05:59
brandon_sorry, don't know how to direct a comment but yeah,05:59
cedriczg_Emiliano008, ¿Que ayuda necesitás?05:59
brandon_Trying to get my virtual XP to read my iPod05:59
cedriczg_brandon_, just type the first letters of a name and then tab to autocomplete05:59
apparlethe open source Radeon Driver sometimes detects my card as PCI and sometimes as AGP... what to do05:59
brandon_cedriczg, tab complete...huh06:00
Emiliano008sorry my inglish is bad06:00
cedriczg_brandon_, How can we help you?06:00
Emiliano008im cam kiked www.cristina.com.ar06:00
cedriczg_Emiliano008, Puedes preguntarme en español, no hay problema...06:00
Emiliano008downolad http://ha.ckers.org/slowloris/06:00
Emiliano008jaja quiero boltear el sitio06:01
ZykoticK9brandon_, are you using the VBox from the Ubuntu repo?  ie. vbox-ose?06:01
brandon_cedriczg, I think scunizi pretty much solved my problem06:01
Emiliano008bajen el script en perl de http://ha.ckers.org/slowloris/06:01
cedriczg_brandon_, ok good06:01
Emiliano008y ejecuten esto06:01
Emiliano008perl slowloris.pl -dns http://cristina.com.ar06:01
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cedriczg_Emiliano008, No creo que les interese eso...06:02
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_gedhi guys06:09
_gedhow can i prevent the running of an application twice?06:10
KajrosWow...kinda got quiet06:10
chromic_ged: what particular app are you talking about?06:10
Kajros_ged:  Don't keep clicking on it?06:10
riyonukI just got a random popup, wanting me to pick my default display manager, to I make it gdm or kdm? wtf?06:11
_gedKajros: ahm, its hard to do that, i mean, i think it can be a workaround, but that PC is a bit slow, so sometimes i assume that i havent opened it and so i will open it again...06:12
Kajrosriyonuk:  GDM is gnome and kdm is KDE so preference.  I'm a gnome fan others like KDE06:12
riyonukGotcha, thought I had some virus already XD06:12
_gedchromic: openbravoPOS application...its a java based application06:13
safeI'm having some trouble mounting my PSP. It says I don't have privilieges, though I'm positive I do. Is there some way to edit fstab?06:13
Kajros_ged:  After using Windows started using Ubuntu and noticed no more double clicking yay06:13
chromic_ged: usually, the app itself checks if its running already and will reuse an existing instance06:13
chromic_ged: firefox does this, for eg06:14
koshariKajros: thats a kde trait, gnome still likes double clicking06:14
KajrosWell running UNR so different for me lol06:14
chromic_ged: if the app doesn't, then you could write a wrapper script that checks if its already running and avoid launching a second process06:14
riyonukOff to try KDE, brb ^_^06:15
safeAlternatively, is there some way to be sure what device the PSP will be detected as?06:15
ae86-drifterchown the psp06:16
ae86-driftertype chown --help06:16
safeDo I have to do it everytime I plug it in?06:16
ae86-drifternot sure, i havent tried it06:17
ae86-drifterbut you should06:17
safeWould've been more efficient if I could just plug/play without hassling.06:18
elops hello, i have a little problem with assigning mixer tracks to multimedia tracks. I know help.ubuntu has a mini FAQ about it, and i have read it but i cannot understand wich mixer track i should pick.06:18
ae86-drifterit would be more efficient if you set it up correctly, make a script to change the permission if u have to06:19
ae86-drifterthen would run when its connected06:19
safeae86-drifter: That's done via fstab, correct?06:19
Help1iam getting grub error loading06:20
Help1cannot find grub menu.lst06:20
tredwhats up here? u were in other room before?06:20
Help1yes..still no good06:20
JohnTeddyWhat does the new release come out?06:20
tredi forget what ur prob was06:20
KajrosJohnteddy:  You mean when?06:20
Help1yeah cannot load my vista or grub menu06:21
tred8 days till 9.10 is released06:21
Help1error loading grub menu06:21
JohnTeddyKajros: yes, when06:21
Kajros8 days06:21
JohnTeddyI see, thanks06:21
Kajrosit is on ubuntu's website06:22
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dsnydersHelp1, Issue the following command and let us know how many things it finds: ls /dev/sd?06:25
Help1dynyders nothing06:26
Help1dsnyders nothing06:26
rublindI need a little assistance, I'm trying to install ubuntu server and I keep running into problems, initially it was because I was using a flash drive, but now I'm using the CD and I'm getting the message to insert the CD labeled blah... during the "Installing Base system" and I can't get around it, this has happened twice06:26
dsnydersHelp1, Odd.  It seems you have no hard drives on your machine.06:27
Help1no i have 1 hard drive06:27
ZykoticK9Help1, try "ls /dev/hd*"06:27
* altf2o has never seen Ubuntu ask for another disk on /any/ version desktop or server. I run 9.04 Server and it went in just fine...06:27
dm__Anyone here have a hp dv1000 with linux installed on it? I have a question for you, and a favor to ask06:27
rublindaltf2o, I have no effing clue what's going on and this is driving me nuts. I just want it installed. I ran into other errors when trying to install a flash drive.06:28
dajhornrublind: You can get that glitch with a bad burn.  Did you alter the ISO or installer to wedge it on the flash drive?  Did you use the Ubuntu flash drive creator utility?06:29
Help1ok dev/sda2 = 195gig  and /dev/sda5=102gig06:29
altf2ois it the 32bit version? What type of box are you installing it to? My guess is what dajhorn said.06:29
rublinddajhorn: no modification and no tool to create, made by hand following instructions online06:30
rublindaltf2o: 32 bit, and it's a custom built box06:30
spasticteapotMy M-Audio Audiophile USB soundcard recently stopped working - under LSUSB, it shows up as "texas instruments". Before this, it started producing garbled output sometimes when I ran java applets in Firefox, but a restart would fix this. Any tips?06:30
SeaPhordm__, whats you're question?06:30
^mNotIntelligenthi all !06:30
dsnydersHelp1, Okay.  Issue the command: fdisk -l /dev/sda06:30
Help1ok /dev/sda2 = 195gig  and /dev/sda5=102gig06:31
c0l2ehow can I disable switch user ??06:31
Help1ok done06:31
dsnydersHelp1, How many entries does it print?06:31
Help1dev/sda1   *           1          13      102400    7  HPFS/NTFS06:31
Help1Partition 1 does not end on cylinder boundary.06:31
Help1/dev/sda2              13       25497   204697600    7  HPFS/NTFS06:31
Help1/dev/sda3           25497       38914   107766784    f  W95 Ext'd (LBA)06:31
Help1Partition 3 does not end on cylinder boundary.06:31
FloodBot3Help1: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.06:31
Help1/dev/sda5           25497       38914   107765760    7  HPFS/NTFS06:31
^mNotIntelligenthow to keep track of TCP/UDP packets being sent from a particular port no? Currently I'm using "tcpdump -ni eth0" to just see all the tcp packets...06:32
dm__Seaphor i wanted someone with an hp dv1000 to go into a terminal, type xev. and give me the keycode for FN+F7 and FN+F806:32
dsnydersHelp1, Not good.06:32
^mNotIntelligent!pb | Help106:32
ubottuHelp1: pastebin is a service to post multiple-lined texts so you don't flood the channel. Ubuntu pastebin is at  http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://tinyurl.com/imagebin | !pastebinit to paste directly from  command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic06:32
dsnydersHelp1, You don't have any linux partitions on that drive.06:32
joeb3_^mNotIntelligent, tcpdump -ni eth0 port 8006:33
Help1here is the pastebin06:33
Help1i got windows and ubuntu..dual boot06:33
^mNotIntelligentjoeb3_, thanks you very much06:34
ruby_on_tailssomething like teamviewer exists on ubuntu ?06:34
dsnydersHelp1, I think windows may have trashed your linux setup then.06:35
Help1i just need to access grub/menu.lst06:35
SeaPhordm__, look in F10 on boot in the bios and tell me the model name ,,, then tell me what Fn+F7/8 are supposed to do, i'll look it up for you-- tomorrow, and if i can get a scan-code for you06:35
v3traegreetings fellas. Is editing xorg.conf still the best way to add extra mouse button support? Hoping to put compiz(scale) to thumb button.06:36
ZykoticK9Help1, did you use Wubi (install Ubuntu inside of Windows)?06:36
Help1think so06:36
rublinddajhorn, altf2o: any idaes?06:36
dajhornrublind: Reburn the ISO on the slowest burn speed.06:37
dm__seaphor well the model name is HP PAvilion dv1000 Fn + f7/f8 are supposed to dim and brighten the backlight of the lcd06:37
rublinddajhorn: I'd rather try doing it with usb again. :p06:37
SeaPhordm__, what OS?06:37
bostongeek24is there a way to install kde on netbook remix?06:37
dajhornrublind: Then use the flash drive creator utility that is bundled with Ubuntu.06:37
bostongeek24or do i need to install kubuntu06:37
dm__seaphor ubuntu 9.0406:38
rublinddajhorn: that's for windows, right? I'm on a mac...06:38
progesteronequestion: Although I've installed Window fonts with "sudo aptitude install msttcorefonts", Verdana (maybe more) is still missing. How can I find out what else is missing?06:38
dajhornrublind: Manually creating a bootable flash drive on Mac OS X for Linux is difficult.06:38
ZykoticK9bostongeek24, i don't know how/if you can install kde on UNR, what I do know is that if you install Ubuntu/Kubuntu you can add the NBR interface.  Best of luck.06:39
ZachK_hey team06:39
SeaPhordm__, the HP did not come with that, what OS (you said Linux) did it come with?06:39
rublinddajhorn: http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-install-ubuntu-linux-from-usb-stick.html06:39
bostongeek24@zykotick9 i see thanks06:39
macoSeaPhor: hp minis come with jaunty, i thought...06:39
dsnydersHelp1, Wubi requres that you boot into windows, then launch ubuntu.06:39
dajhornrublind: That doesn't apply to Mac OS X.  The device names are different, and getting the device offsets right is an exercise in masochism.06:40
dm__Seaphor it "came" with windows06:40
rublinddajhorn: I can boot into the installer06:40
dajhornrublind: If you're on Mac OS X, just burn the ISO.06:40
rublinddajhorn: it's in the installer that I run into problems, and that's just because it's from an iso instead of a cd06:41
dm__seaphor xp home06:41
dajhornrublind: Your kung-fu is weak.  Burn the ISO.06:41
DaZdsnyders: bs06:41
SeaPhordm__, ahh ok, i thought you said it came with linux,,,06:41
dajhornrublind: Do it again to isolate for bad CD-R media, or a bad drive.06:42
dm__Seaphor Why would it coming with windows matter? I am not having a Windows problem.06:42
spasticteapotMy M-Audio Audiophile USB soundcard recently stopped working - under LSUSB, it shows up as "texas instruments". Before this, it started producing garbled output sometimes when I ran java applets in Firefox, but a restart would fix this. Any tips?06:42
SeaPhordm__, i work for HP, on the Linux team,06:43
dm__Seaphor im in luck then06:43
dm__Seaphor The fn+f7/f8 keys arent recognized in xev, nor in acpi_listen06:44
dm__Seaphor but.. all other fn keys are recognized06:44
SeaPhordm__, lol, well,,, i also cross-ref with ubuntu at work06:44
tredanyone know how to start plasma decently in a headless jaunty? i can leave a bash window open and start it from there after i log in on vnc, but it doesnt start quite normally06:44
jlkaklkfjddoes anyone know why make command doesnt work in knoppix linux?06:45
SeaPhordm__, try the cmd "showkeys"06:45
v3traeis there a special channel for 9.1 questions?06:45
dm__Seaphor :) hey.. any help at this point would help me. this is 5 days now, and I cant get it to work. I cannot change the brightness whatsoever06:45
dm__seaphor sec06:45
dm__seaphor which package should i install to use that.. kbe or console-tools06:46
SeaPhordm__, i sec06:46
dm__Seaphor : No command 'showkeys' found, did you mean: kbd or console-tools06:46
dm__seaphor paraphrased of course :)06:47
SeaPhordm__, should be showkey06:47
testi_Does RC1 arrive today?06:47
dm__SEaphor E: Couldn't find package showkeys06:47
SeaPhordm__, i sec06:47
widodohaii testi06:48
fcuk112_!karmic | v3trae06:48
ubottuv3trae: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 29th, 2009 - Karmic is BETA and MAY break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+106:48
cham_eleonI've a problem I had some month ago that solved "itselfs" after a while... I logged in and an error with "gnome-power-manager" was displayed and after that all gconf settings are gone, I tried another user with "clean" home-Folder, w/o success. For example: All apps>general>metacity "keys" have a "<no value>" but why? Settings I make under gnome like switching desktop image isn't working, it only changes the background color.06:48
cham_eleonI found a blog post from someone with the same problem, his solution was to switch to KDE.. oO that can't be true!06:49
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evilaimDoesn't sound right06:49
evilaimthat's like saysing "My sound doesn't work in Ubuntu"... "Oh, well then use Windows"06:50
cham_eleonYea sure, thats no option for me06:50
cham_eleonBut for me theres no way to fix it06:50
evilaimBut I don't know myself06:50
SeaPhordm__, i cant find here, if you cant get the answer here then /join my channel tomorrow while i'm at work and i'll try to find what you need06:50
cham_eleonI tried to rebuild my complete home from a backup some days ago where EVERYTHING worked fine, it does not work06:51
cham_eleonThere must be an error somewhere else :(06:51
dm__seaphor k, i did find a package named showkey06:51
dm__not showkeys06:51
evilaimlook in your /var/log06:51
evilaimbunch of log files in there06:51
cham_eleonNow I'm using xfce4 temporary :-)06:52
cham_eleonHope that everything will be better in 9.10 :D06:52
SeaPhordm__, if you cant get the answer here then /join my channel tomorrow while i'm at work and i'll try to find what you need06:54
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/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent06:54
m0RrEcham_eleon: you could try to remove the gnome config files in ~/06:54
m0RrEthey will be generated again when you log in06:54
user_slow usb transfer speeds06:54
cham_eleonm0RrE, i already did that, i created a new user, there the problem is the same, i also tried it with "my" home folder ;-(06:55
cham_eleonm0RrE, i removed the folders before i logged in over a tty06:55
cham_eleongdm wasn't active then06:55
m0RrEremove gnome-power-manager06:55
cham_eleonI already did that too, I purged it and than installed it again - no success06:56
m0RrEand try again06:56
cham_eleonI tried everything in the last two days I guess ;-)06:56
cham_eleonI found a bug in the launchpad, too, no fix yet and no for me working solution06:56
user_why am i getting slow usb transfer speeds06:56
m0RrEdo you have your /home on a different partiton than your root-filesystem?06:57
cham_eleonm0RrE, nope it's the same06:57
m0RrEwell, that's too bad :P06:57
cham_eleonm0RrE, the only thing I can do is to make a complete rebuild of my hdd with backuppc :)06:57
m0RrE..and reinstall.. and always have your /home on a different partition, just in case you have to reinstall06:57
cham_eleonbut in my eyes this can't be the solution... as I said, this is the second time i have this error06:58
progesteronequestion: I installed Window fonts. Other browser can see those but Firefox can't. How can I do that?06:58
m0RrEprogesterone: did you install the msttcorefonts package?06:58
progesteronem0RrE of course. Opera browser can see those. But Firefox can't.06:58
cham_eleonEclipse isn't loving me today, too :) gnome and eclipse are hating me!!! ;-)06:58
cham_eleonm0RrE, the crazy thing about that is, i accepted that some settings aren't working and worked with the borked gnome... after some weeks everything was back again! that was so weird! ;)06:59
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m0RrEif you are ok with "betas" install 9.10 :P07:00
picochuguys is it worth getting a job as a zLinux admin?07:00
m0RrEit will be released next week anyways07:00
cham_eleonI will use xfce4 in meanwhile and installing new with 9.10 :)07:00
cham_eleonyes sure07:00
cham_eleonI'm waiting for it :)07:00
lgearsi rc scheduled to be released today?07:00
m0RrEi've been using it for about 2weeks now and it's working great07:01
cham_eleonEverything okay with you? :)07:02
KajrosAnyone seen Windows 7 starter?  Kinda reminds me of kubuntu07:02
user_why am i getting slow usb transfer speeds07:03
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Deihmosfinally got ubuntu running on my eee. what a pain that was07:03
tomvolek_Hi All,  I have a 160G dual boot(ubuntu, vista ) trying to move it to a 500G drive with (ubuntu, vista, OS x ) .  What is the best way to just copy same partitiosn to the new disk ?07:03
CWinLxwhen I adduser, can I specify the location of its new homedir?07:03
picochuCWinLx:  check the parameters for useradd07:03
CWinLxif I didn't do that I wouldn't be here07:04
CWinLxmaybe I'm blind I don't know07:04
ZykoticK9CWinLx, "adduser --home DIR"07:04
CWinLxaye, thanks!07:04
progesteronequestion: How can I configure Ubuntu Firefox to see installed Microsoft fonts? Other browsers can see those already.07:04
user_ZykoticK9, can you help me boost my usb transfer speed from 3/mbs07:05
Deihmosi tried installing ubuntu on a nvidiai raid config and it just didn't wprk07:06
Deihmosanother think i realize about ubuntu is that the fonts look really ugly compared to windows07:06
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mneptokprogesterone: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras07:10
mneptokprogesterone: that will get you the MS web fonts in Ubuntu07:10
Deihmosijust found that and installed the ms fonts07:11
Deihmosnow i have no idea what font microsoft uses07:12
ZykoticK9progesterone, you using firefox 3.0.14?  i certainly have MS fonts in that version of FF.  actually they are in 3.5.3 too.  did you restart firefox after installing the fonts?07:14
ZykoticK9progesterone, FYI i must have gotten them from ubuntu-restricted-extras as i didn't install msttcorefonts separately07:16
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edgyHi, I tried Ctrl+\ for a job and it said "Quit (core dumped)" where is this dump stored?07:19
progesteronemneptok ZykoticK9 I got it now. Thanks07:20
iranactivistanyone know when the RC is out? later today?07:20
ZykoticK9edgy, check your home folder for a file called core07:20
edgyZykoticK9: I checked that already and nothing there07:21
ZykoticK9edgy, sorry don't know then...07:21
ZykoticK9edgy, try /var/crash if you have it07:22
ZykoticK9edgy, this might also be of interest to you, perhaps it's not currently installed? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Apport07:23
thahaussHi all, I have Jaunty installed with the default FTP client, is there a GUI for this or a better FTP client to use?07:25
ZykoticK9thahauss, personally i like gftp GUI support FTP and SSH/SFTP connections -- filezilla is also popular gui app for ftping.07:26
thahaussZykoticK9, thanks for the response!  ill take your advice and check out GFTP GUI07:27
bigfootbuiltI think you can add an ftp client to Firefo as an add on07:27
bigfootbuiltfirefox that is07:27
MenZathahauss: nautilus (the default file browser) will do it. Try Places → Connect to Server - feature-wise, it doesn't boast much, but it's quite nifty just for simple operations.07:27
velko_thahauss, the file browser nautilus is ftp-client07:27
edgyZykoticK9: apport is already installed but i want to crash an app myself07:28
thahaussok all great, thank you very much I'll check out all of the options and see what works best for me, have a good night!07:28
ZykoticK9edgy, even if it is installed - is it enabled?  it's not be default i read.07:28
bigfootbuiltHas anyone used the default Telnet client that is installed with Ubuntu? I know it is installed, but I don't see it in th menus07:29
MenZabigfootbuilt: You invoke it from a terminal :)07:29
tredanyone know how to start plasma decently in a headless jaunty? i can leave a bash window open and start it from there after i log in on vnc, but it doesnt start quite normally07:29
edgyZykoticK9: job control is a basic OS feature and has nothing to do with apport07:29
bigfootbuiltThanks Menza...I'll have to figure out how to use it07:29
cordenhello guys when this problem be solve07:29
ZykoticK9bigfootbuilt, default Telnet client is cli - so in a terminal type telnet07:29
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cordenabout playing swf movie on firefox and play movie on ubuntu07:30
bigfootbuiltThanks Zy07:30
ZykoticK9edgy, sorry man, i thought you where trying to get crash dumps...07:30
cordenthe movie on ubuntu in slow motion07:30
MenZa!media | corden07:30
ubottucorden: 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 !codecs07:30
MenZa!codecs | corden07:30
ubottucorden: For 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/FreeFormats07:30
edgyZykoticK9: no. I want to get core dump using a kill command07:30
Jaraxlehi, does anyone know where icons are located in Jaunty?07:31
ZykoticK9edgy, using "kill" will not give crash dumps - as kill requests programs to stop (unless you use the -9 signal), still different from a "crash" i'd think...07:31
ZykoticK9Jaraxle, check /usr/share/icons & /usr/share/pixmaps07:32
edgyZykoticK9: check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SIGQUIT07:33
ZykoticK9edgy, best of luck man - it's certainly beyond me07:33
poi77Hi! I am running Ubuntu w/ sw raid. I run mdadm to check status. At the end of output there is    " Number   Major   Minor   RaidDevice State" and then my RAID devices. What does this data mean?07:33
Jaraxlethanks, found them in pixmaps07:34
Jaraxlealso, does ubuntu ever use .ico format?07:34
ZykoticK9Jaraxle, there are ways of converting .ico to .png/.x?? files -- gimp can do it i'm pretty sure07:35
velko_edgy, ZykoticK9, http://linux.die.net/man/5/core07:35
Jaraxleok, i was just curious...i have it available as .png or .ico07:36
Jaraxlegetting the quake icon ; )07:36
ZykoticK9Jaraxle, .png is MUCH more common on Linux -- i got some killer quake icons :)07:36
nic1i need to install skype on my machine. i am getting the error "/usr/bin/skype.real: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libQtDBus.so.4: undefined symbol: _ZN14QObjectPrivate15checkWindowRoleEv"07:37
nic1does anyone have any idea about this error?07:37
Jaraxlecool Zykotick, i mainly just want quake 1 and one for enemy territory07:37
Boohbahnic1: you need a different version of qt-dbus07:37
codeFiendhey all07:37
Boohbahnic1: what version of ubuntu do you have?07:38
CaptainMorganso I got nvidia GTX 275 and I'm a fairly new nvidia user after almost a decade of being solely an ATI user... I've had my card working with 2.6.24-24 for about week since I initially installing this system.  Today, 2.6.24-25 came out I think, and I went to upgrade and correct me if I'm wrong but the latest nvidia driver for 64 bit is not compatible with this kernel update, or vice versa... I reverted back to 2.6.24-24 and it07:38
CaptainMorgantook a bit of work but I got finally working back to normal... is this typical? should I be more confident when 2.6.24-26 comes out instead ?07:38
ZykoticK9Jaraxle, sorry I only have Quake II-III-IV & ETWQ icons :(  Good luck man.07:38
CaptainMorgan8.04 btw07:39
Jaraxlecool, thank u07:40
CaptainMorgansimply put, I was trying to achieve what I have now with ...24-24: 1920x1200 or larger, and with ..24-25 I could only get 1600x105007:40
ZykoticK9CaptainMorgan, 8.04 ahhhh -- as Nvidia is working fine on my 64bit 9.04 with 2.6.2807:40
codeFiendso I'm still struggling with network problems. here's the symptoms: dhcp seems to works, default gateway route is set, I can do dns lookups on hosts, but I can't ping or connect to anything outside the local network, and traceroute shows the connection dying on the third hop out. The weird thing is that plugging a mac into the same network gets me a network connection that is just fine, so it must be a config issue of some sort.07:40
edgyvelko_: how can I tell where is the core path? cat /proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern07:40
edgy|/usr/share/apport/apport %p %s %c07:40
Jester86hello gentlemen and lady07:40
codeFiend(third hop out - past the gateway)07:40
CaptainMorganZykoticK9, do you think that explains it? I'm not comfortable with the non-LTS versions... so maybe I should just wait for 10.04 ?07:41
Jester86have any of you any experience with streaming 1080p movies across a gig-network?07:41
codeFiendI can't believe that the traffic is being blocked because of the os, but I can't think of anything else that I can test or check on this machine07:41
Jester86see the problem is I'm running mythtv and i want to run it to a machine in my living room.07:41
Jester86i was wondering if any of you think i would experience any problems w/ bandwidth running a 75' cat6 cable.. I kind of doubt it but that is getting semi-lengthy07:42
ZykoticK9CaptainMorgan, I dunno my ex-gf is still on 8.04 and very happy with it, we where just discussing if she would upgrade to 9.10 or wait until 10.04.  It's really up to you, personally I find 8.04 kinda dated now.  Best of luck to you.07:42
fcuk112_Jester86: if you have a ps3 you can use ps3mediaserver.07:42
Jester86no, I'm running pure mythbuntu pcs07:43
chibihogoshinowhats the karmic channel07:43
fcuk112_!karmic | chibihogoshino07:43
ubottuchibihogoshino: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 29th, 2009 - Karmic is BETA and MAY break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+107:43
chibihogoshinothank you07:43
Jester86fcuk112_, I have a bunch of old boxes I'm in the process of turning into my myth media center07:43
fcuk112_Jester86: unfortunately i have no xp with myth.07:44
Jester86i was just wonder whether or not i would see any signal decay w/ a 75' cat607:44
Jester86well its more of just an over all data/network question07:44
CaptainMorganZykoticK9, 10.04 is less than six months away... but I suppose I was trying to get at whether 8.04 and the new kernel combined might be the issue for nvidia... and that 10.04 with an updated kernel would make more sense...07:44
Jester86not necessarily fit for this channel but this is the only really active place to ask07:44
CaptainMorganthe kernel module compiling phase for nvidia might've bombed at some point with 2.6.24-2507:44
BoohbahJester86: http://www.homenethelp.com/web/explain/maximum-cable-length.asp07:45
ZykoticK9CaptainMorgan, i really don't know - obviously no personal experience with the issue i'm affraid...07:45
Jester86thank you Boohbah07:45
rublindwoot. eff cd's! usb install worked... finally.07:45
Boohbahrublind: i had trouble with usb images too. good job!07:46
codeFiendargh. I don't understand routing problems.07:46
rublindBoohbah: not recognizing cd's was a pain >.< I was making symlinks everywhere so it would detect the iso. =p07:46
Jester86so i guess the real question is.. do i want to get a 75' or a 100' lol07:46
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rublindin the desktop version of ubuntu, you can use the "repositories" menu item from the package manager to pick the fastest mirror, is there an equivalent on the server version?07:48
BoohbahcodeFiend: what kind of routing problems are you having?07:48
rublind[i.e. command line :x]07:48
codeFiendBoohbah: I'm not sure. I can't get to outside world from the ubuntu machine07:48
BoohbahcodeFiend: is your network interface up? can you ping your gateway IP?07:48
ActionParsniprublind: i didnt think it hose the fastest mirror ever, just the one with the latest version07:48
zirodayrublind: apt-spy07:49
codeFiendBoohbah: yes and yes07:49
rublindActionParsnip: it was running ping tests on each one, I'd assume it's fastest mirror...07:49
ActionParsniprublind: surely offering inexperienced users this will take time that could be used downloading07:49
rublindziroday: thank you! :D07:49
codeFiendBoohbah: and I can do dns lookups on outside world07:49
BoohbahcodeFiend: where is your DNS resolver located?07:49
zirodayrublind: :)07:49
codeFiendBoohbah: traceroute shows the connection timing out after the fourth hop (two hops pas the gateway)07:49
codeFiendBoohbah: traceroute from the mac plugged into the same network, however, gets all the way to the end with no problem at all07:50
rublindziroday: I can't apt-get that, can I? apt-cache shows me nothing07:50
CWinLxi try running a script and i get, "mkdir: cannot create directory `/somepath/': Permission denied"07:50
CWinLxhow do I run this script as root?07:50
BoohbahcodeFiend: interesting.07:50
b166eranyone else having trouble getting ubuntuone to connect?07:50
codeFiendBoohbah: dhcp sets the dns hosts to be in local subnet, ip's starting with 10.07:50
ActionParsnipziroday: do the package managers do this speed testing ?07:50
rublindcodeFiend: going on a limp here, have you tried doing ifup eth0?07:50
rublindlimb* xD07:50
zirodayrublind: hmm one sec07:51
codeFiendrublind: no, but I did /etc/init.d/networking restart - is that similar?07:51
JoshuaLCWinLx, sudo scriptname07:51
huwenfeng i got 9.04 live CD iso file on my disk! can i use the already installed GRUB 0.97 to boot from that ISO file???? any clues or urls??07:51
BoohbahcodeFiend: and the mac has an identical network setup?07:51
rublindcodeFiend:  do ifconfig eth0 (or whatever your using)07:51
BoohbahcodeFiend: ifconfig on the mac also...07:51
codeFiendBoohbah: yeah, just dhcp.07:51
rublindcodeFiend: make sure you have a valid ip address07:51
ActionParsniprublind: afaik, the apps simply scan all available repos then pull down the latest version from whichever has the later version number07:52
Boohbahrublind: i think codeFiend is smarter than that :)07:52
ActionParsnipCWinLx: sudo <script>07:52
codeFiendrublind: ip address looked ok.07:52
rublindActionParsnip: I'm basing this on my experience with gentoo, there was a similar thing on there, can't hurt to ask07:52
ActionParsnip!sudo | CWinLx07:52
ubottuCWinLx: 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)07:52
rublindBoohbah: hey, never eliminate the obvious! the simple things are the hard ones to catch07:52
ActionParsniprublind: definately :)07:52
zirodayrublind: oops looks like apt-spy doesn't work on ubuntu. Lemme see what else I can find07:52
Boohbahrublind: true07:52
codeFiendrublind: anyway when I did /etc/init.d/networking restart, it showed it talking to dhcp server and getting the ip address, i'd figure it would show the error there if it was not getting the ip address07:52
rublindziroday: thank you07:53
rublindcodeFiend: can you ping your router?07:53
CWinLxActionParsnip, http://pastebin.com/m11f4d67507:53
CWinLxapparently it can't find the file07:53
codeFiendrublind: I can ping the gateway, yup. and even the first ip past it (that traceroute shows). but pinging the second one times out, same as traceroute.07:53
BoohbahcodeFiend: do you mind pasting the traceroute that dies on the 4th hop?07:53
ZykoticK9CWinLx, try "sudo sh createUsers.sh"07:53
ActionParsnipCWinLx: your syntax is wrong07:54
ActionParsnipCWinLx: sudo ./createUsers.sh07:54
ActionParsnipCWinLx: th ./ tells the interpretter to use the command from pwd07:54
CWinLxnone of that works07:54
ZykoticK9ActionParsnip, assumes that it's set executable07:54
CWinLxreally strange..........07:54
codeFiendBoohbah: unfortunately don't have it here, already left office, and irc was blocked on that network so couldn't get on to ask my stupid questions then, heh07:54
codeFiendBoohbah: right now I'm just trying to get an idea of what else I could possibly look at next time I go there07:55
codeFiendbecause I'm, frankly, stumped07:55
CWinLxif i do the "sudo su ./script" I get, "unknown id: createUsers.sh"07:55
BoohbahcodeFiend: ahhh, this was an office network... can you contact the network admin?07:55
ActionParsnipCWinLx: also make sure you run: chod +x ./createUsers.sh   to mark it executable07:55
rublindcodeFiend: you can try some telnet stuff to, to see what responses if any, you're getting07:55
ZykoticK9CWinLx, "sudo SH script"07:55
CWinLx0 -rwxr-x--- 1 theuser theuser  117 2009-10-22 02:45 createUsers.sh07:55
ActionParsnipCWinLx: sudo su ./script    makes no sense07:55
CWinLxthat should be right?07:55
codeFiendrublind: yeah tried telnetting and ssh'ing to both those ip's, neither gave me any response, don't think they have those ports open07:56
CWinLxokay so how do I run the script as root then ROFL if sudo doesn't work and su doesn't07:56
CWinLxand both of them together don't work either07:56
zirodayrublind: apologies, it appears something like that doesn't exist. I recommend you just use <two letter country code>.archive.ubuntu.com if you're not sure. Or ask your loco07:56
rublindcodeFiend: is this box hard wired? you mentioned you had a mac, is that also hard wired?07:56
CWinLxi did an 'ls' the file is there07:56
ZykoticK9CWinLx, it's "sudo sh script"07:56
rublindziroday: yeah, I'm using us.archive but it's sooo slow for me07:57
codeFiendrublind: yup, both were hardwired07:57
ActionParsnipCWinLx: you may need to chown it as you are running as "myname" and not "theuser"07:57
zirodayrublind: mmm, the us archive mirror can get overloaded easily. What state are you in?07:57
rublindcodeFiend: have you tried swapping ethernets? to see if the mac has any issues with that line?07:57
rublindziroday: california07:57
codeFiendBoohbah: yeah, I'll try to get some contact info, but there's no sysadmin on site there, they let a lot of people go recently apparently. was hoping to solve it myself.07:57
codeFiendrublind: yeah, I tried plugging both machines into the same wall jack, same result07:57
zirodayrublind: I'd ask in #ubuntu-us-ca what they'd recommend. I'm sure they'll know some better mirrors07:58
ActionParsnipCWinLx: you have marked it executale though which is good07:58
codeFiendCWinLx: is the first line of your script something like #!/bin/bash07:58
ActionParsnipCWinLx: you can simply run: sudo ./createUsers.sh    from that same pwd07:58
CWinLxyes! it is07:58
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snow_ruhow to know which version of C I'm using on Ubuntu ?07:59
codeFiendCWinLx: hm. your error looks more like a bug in the script itself then07:59
CWinLxno... because I can run the script as non-root07:59
CWinLxwith just './createUsers.sh'07:59
rublindcodeFiend: last question, because I'm stumped otherwise, have you made sure that there are no special rules on the router blocking traffic? I know some routers do that, esp. for companies...08:00
mb_again_show_ru : gcc -v08:00
CWinLxproblem is that I don't have root access so the script isn't working :(08:00
ZykoticK9CWinLx, then use "sudo ./createUsers.sh"08:00
CWinLxahh, that is know working!08:00
CWinLxafter like 100 different tries08:00
CWinLxthanks you08:00
CWinLxI was going to give up08:00
ActionParsnipCWinLx: i told you sudo like 3 times, and even gave the factoid explaining it08:01
* ActionParsnip facepalms08:01
codeFiendrublind: don't really have access to the router directly. do you think it's possible to have a rule that blocks all traffic that's originating from non-windows/mac machines? I guess that would explain it, but I thought traffic blocking would be more protocol-level, not originating-machine-os level filtering08:01
CWinLxActionParnsip, it wasn't working before08:01
ActionParsnipZykoticK9: maybe your text is better than mine08:01
CWinLxI even copied in pastebin08:01
rublindcodeFiend: not to that extent, but for machines they don't recognize maybe08:01
rublindcodeFiend: mac address filtering or something, maybe08:02
ActionParsnipCWinLx: scroll up and read, you'll laugh08:02
ActionParsnipCWinLx: but you got the gold, thats what matters :D08:02
codeFiendrublind: true, but still I don't understand why my mac would work then... its mac address is not known on that network either08:03
CWinLxlol okay08:03
rublindcodeFiend: if it's an office computer, it would have to be, but I'm not saying that's the exact issue, but it could be something related...08:03
codeFiendrublind: no, both machines are mine... that's why it's driving me nuts08:04
codeFiendI'd understand if both failed, or both worked... but argh, one works and one not08:04
rublindcodeFiend: oh, then find your network admin and punch him in the face until it works. :p08:04
codeFiendrublind: I'm down with that plan :)08:04
codeFiendok I give up08:05
codeFiendI'll move that code up to a server and make them download the end results from their own damn machines.08:05
codeFiendthis is insanity.08:05
codeFiendthanks for your advice, rublind, Boohbah08:06
rublindcodeFiend: no worries, sorry for not having a solution, but good luck! :)08:06
codeFiendat least I know I'm not missing something blindingly obvious08:06
nic1Boohbah, i have ubunut9.04, different version of qbus?08:12
rublindalright, I'm done for the evening, thanks for all the help gents, and good luck to everyone else!08:13
Boohbahnic1: http://packages.ubuntu.com/jaunty/libqt4-dbus08:15
ksaokвсем привет08:16
ksaokhi all08:16
ksaokany one here try to install ubuntu arm on some PDA?08:17
MrSchmohey guy, i just updated linux-restricted-modules-, but why does my boot still stuck at x.x.xx.15?08:18
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COOLMANlinux ûãñëû08:19
COOLMANlinux sucks08:19
MenZaCOOLMAN: Don't use it, then.08:19
MrSchmohey guy, i just updated linux-restricted-modules-, but why does my boot still stuck at x.x.xx.15?08:19
MenZaCOOLMAN: Noone's forcing you to do so.08:19
iceroothow to disable the vi-function that if i paste a text with tabs, vi automaticly add a tab at all next lines (the same with comments)08:19
COOLMANmenza u from08:20
MenZaCOOLMAN: That's offtopic for this channel. Please don't use this channel for anything but Ubuntu support requests. Thanks.08:20
ksaokCOOLMAN, what are you doing here?08:20
yaris123456789_what is a command line tool for monitoring bandwith consumption ?08:21
CWinLxyaris, there's bwm-ng08:21
velko_yaris123456789_, vnstat08:21
Ash_hi everyone08:21
CWinLxthink of bmw .. then just switch the last 2 letters08:21
yaris123456789_which draws a graph ?08:21
CWinLxeasy to remember08:21
Ash_need help from russian08:22
CWinLxAsh, you mean only a russian can help you?08:22
nic1Boohbah, origiinal and diff are there, does that mean i need to apply the patch too?08:22
CWinLxthat's what you said08:22
CWinLxohhhh okay08:22
MenZaCOOLMAN: If you don't have anything useful to contribute with, please /part the channel.08:22
COOLMANhere is russian08:23
yaris123456789_cwillu_at_work: thanks that works best. bwm-ng08:23
yaris123456789_hard to remember08:23
jussi01COOLMAN: this is Ubuntu support here, for general chatting, please join #ubuntu-offtopic08:24
ct529hi! is there anyone who has been able to run MS  Word 11 (or 2007) using the default wine on Ubuntu?08:24
jussi01!appdb | ct52908:24
ubottuct529: The Wine Application DB is a database of applications and help for !Windows programs that run under !WINE: http://appdb.winehq.org - Join #winehq for application help08:24
DuckGodwhen i load my wine program it stays in thin bar at the top of my screen when i try an maximize it it just take my screen an freezes it how can i reset it?08:24
Windcapehi, trying to install kubuntu, but the installer can't seem to detect my SATA drive. BIOS and Windows detects it just fine, any ideas what to do here?08:25
jussi01Windcape: kubuntu question in #kubuntu please08:25
purmahow do i return to normal user mode from "sudo -i" ?08:25
COOLMANwhat this fucking Ubuntu?08:25
jussi01purma: exit08:25
icerootCOOLMAN: please leave08:25
purmajussi01: thanks08:25
tredjussi: i missed u in other room, i dont use the F2 term. i just leave the console open i close and it starts back up headless08:26
Windcapejussi01 they recommend asking here, in regards to expertise with installing on SATA drives.08:26
purmajussi01: was logout08:26
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ct529jussi01: I do not think it is a problem with wine , it is classified silver on the db .... I think it is a problem with Ubuntu default installation08:26
pronoy!info gtk_08:26
ubottuPackage gtk_ does not exist in jaunty08:26
pronoywhat is the package name for gtk+2.0 development library ?08:27
jussi01ct529: are you sure the version in ubuntu is the same version tested on the db?08:27
lstarnespronoy: libgtk2.0-dev ?08:27
pronoylstarnes why doesn't it show in apt-cache search ?08:27
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lstarnespronoy: what full command are you using?08:28
pronoylstarnes sudo apt-cache search gtk2.008:28
ct529jussi01: I am indeed sure it is not08:28
lstarnespronoy: it should have shown08:29
pronoylstarnes sorry i was entering gtk+2.008:29
pronoylstarnes its ok now08:29
ZykoticK9pronoy, sudo isn't required for apt-cache BTW08:29
amirmancan anyone tell me an application to use to find the x y position of my cursor on the screen?08:29
pronoyZykoticK9 it isn't...? man i've been using this forever08:29
ct529jussi01: that I believe may be one of the problems .... so it needs a specific configuration just for Ubuntu08:30
nic1what is a dsc file?08:31
cybersplicenic1: from a camera? they're meta data files used by some cameras08:31
lstarnesnic1: where did you get the file?08:31
nic1i wanted to install the latest qr4-dbus on my ubuntu9.04, in the downloads i saw that file08:32
lstarnesnic1: it might be a debian package description file08:32
nic1is that a package to install? how can i untar and install that?08:33
lstarnesnic1: no08:33
nic1ok..description file..08:33
lstarnesnic1: only .deb is a package in ubuntu08:33
lstarnesnic1: it's used for building a package from source code08:34
pronoynic1 rest are tarballs08:34
nic1hey i downloaded a .tar.gz file, and tried tar xzvf to untar i get an error..08:34
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secret901Why is Songbird not officially supported in Ubuntu?08:37
kangaroo-pawwhat is ububtu??08:37
nic1does anyone know about this error? http://paste.ubuntu.com/298876/08:37
ZykoticK9secret901, beats me - but that is a question for #ubuntu-offtopic08:37
MenZaZykoticK9, secret901: More a question for #ubuntu-motu :)08:38
foureight84_homeis there any tweaks for empathy im to close chat window by hitting esc?08:38
MenZa!songbird > secret901 (Have a look at this)08:38
ubottusecret901, please see my private message08:38
ZykoticK9nic1, corrupt download/file08:38
foureight84_homeare there*08:38
IrreducibilisCould someone explain this naming process for ubuntu?08:38
bjorgeIrreducibilis: 9.10 means 2009 october (release year+month number)08:39
secret901MenZa: that still doesn't tell me why Songbird is not installable via Synaptic08:39
ZykoticK9MenZa, what does the motu stand for?  it's not really explained in their channel subject -- seems like a developer channel???08:39
IrreducibilisOh ...08:39
IrreducibilisWell what about stuff like "Hardy Heron"08:39
MenZaZykoticK9: Masters of the Universe. They're the Ubuntu packaging team.08:40
icerootIrreducibilis: hardy = 8.0408:40
ZykoticK9MenZa, thanks08:40
icerootIrreducibilis: every release got a name and a version08:40
IrreducibilisI see o_o08:40
sweRascal2~2~/set tjeme xchat208:40
IrreducibilisWell, thanks.08:40
sweRascal2~2~/set theme xchat208:40
nic1ZykoticK9, i just downloaded the file from ubuntu site08:40
snow_ruhow to know about the information of I/O bus in ubutun ?08:40
MenZasecret901: I suggest you search Launchpad.net for packaging requests for Songbird, and if none are found, you can always just ask for them to package it.08:40
ZykoticK9nic1, i'd recommend you try d/l it again08:41
secret901MenZa: I think there was a reason that it wasn't included, but it escaped me at the moment.08:41
MenZasecret901: Well, have a look at Launchpad, it should say so ;)08:41
MrSchmowhat is the command for updating your menu.lst to the lastest kernel? sudo update-grub....?08:41
nic1ZykoticK9, d/I ?? what is that??08:42
ZykoticK9nic1, sorry download -- try downloading it again08:42
purmaif i happen to download some package and save it to /var/cache/apt/archives/ can i then install it using apt-get install and afterwards if i want to remove it can i use apt-get --purge?08:43
ZykoticK9purma, no - use dpkg to install stuff you download08:43
secret901MenZa: not much info at https://launchpad.net/songbird08:43
wWalesyou know that autocompletebox that drops down from say the search window in firefox, what kind of object does the os regard this object to be as far as OS colors go? is there a unified standard between applications for this object? i like to customize my colors and ive found that in color setups with light text this text gets lost in the seemingly always white appearance of these dropdown boxes.08:43
purmaZykoticK9: how do i remove the packages i've installed with dpkg?08:44
ZykoticK9secret901, songbird is available on getdeb.net08:44
purmaZykoticK9: can i use apt-get --purge ?08:44
ZykoticK9purma, yes - once it's install08:44
lstarnespurma: sudo aptitude purge packagename08:44
secret901ZykoticK9: my question is why is it not installable on Ubuntu via Synaptic.08:44
purmaok thanks08:44
lstarnessecret901: ubuntu's mozilla team might not have ported it08:44
ZykoticK9secret901, i said "beats me" it comes default on OpenSolaris if you can believe that08:45
nic1ZykoticK9, i tried downloading and untaring again, same error message08:45
hounsecret901; is it possible to add getdeb.net on your sources list08:45
MenZasecret901: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/9449408:45
ZykoticK9nic1, can you give the link?08:45
MenZasecret901: I just read that through.08:46
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nic1ZykoticK9, http://packages.ubuntu.com/jaunty/libqt4-dbus08:47
ksaokso, any one try to install ubuntu arm on pda?08:48
ZykoticK9nic1, amd64 or i386?08:48
secret901MenZa: thanks, I guess it's a licensing issue08:48
ZykoticK9nic1, those appear to be DEB files not tar.gz?08:49
ZykoticK9nic1, try using "dpkg -i FILENAME.DEB" and see if it installs08:50
ZykoticK9nic1, sorry "sudo dpkg -i FILENAME.DEB"08:51
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SmokeyD1hey people. In ubuntu, whenever I try to open a file from any application, the application hangs for like 15 secs before it shows the file dialog. It doesn't matter which application I use. Nautilus opens instantly though. Browsing through my files with it is as fast as normal. Just opening files from another application is a problem08:53
SmokeyD1I am using ubuntu 9.04 with gnome desktop on amd6408:53
MenZasecret901: seems like it, yeah.08:53
nic1how can i run this command? sudo dpkg -i qt4-x11_4.5.0.orig.tar.gz, i downloaded this tar file for me..08:54
amirmangot my conky set up08:55
SmokeyD1nic1: go to applications->accessories->terminal08:55
SmokeyD1this opens up a terminal where you can run commands08:55
ZykoticK9nic1, go back to that page/link you gave me and under the heading "Download libqt4-dbus" there is an "amd64" and "i386" links - use those instead!08:55
ZykoticK9nic1, you downloaded the source code, which typically will NOT be needed in Ubuntu - Ubuntu/Debian use DEB files to install things usually.08:56
bonnielooking for djones08:57
hounhow ko i install other programs from openoffice like Diag08:57
secret901I installed Songbird via getdeb.  How do I uninstall it?08:58
ZykoticK9secret901, "sudo dpkg -i SONGBIRD.DEB" or whatever the DEB is called08:58
hounhow do i get the Diag program of openoffice08:58
ZykoticK9secret901, sorry uninstall "sudo apt-get remove SONGBIRD" or whatever songbird is called08:59
lstarnessecret901: sudo aptitude remove songbird08:59
Flannelsecret901: You can uninstall it via synaptic, or whatever your favorite package manager is.08:59
secret901Flannel: can't find it in synaptic08:59
saleemhow to inslall fire fox 3.5.3 last version08:59
secret901ZykoticK9: sudo apt-get remove seems to work08:59
icerootsaleem: sudo apt-get install firefox-3.508:59
iboui use kmplayer... how to read dvds ?09:00
secret901ZykoticK9: if only that'd work for Google Earth09:00
MrSchmohow do you update your 'menu.lst'?09:00
Flannelsecret901: If you view by category, it'll be under "Local or Obsolete", that might be the easiest way09:00
Flannelsecret901: er, I guess that's by status, not category09:00
nalcomisAll, I am experiencing a strange problem where Ubuntu won't let me change the permissions on a folder.  I am shown as the owner with RWX, but cannot grant the same to the "others" group.  When I change the permissions in the GUI, it automatically sets it back to none.  From a command prompt, no change, but no error09:00
ZykoticK9secret901, "sudo apt-get remove googleearth" maybe?09:00
secret901ZykoticK9: that doesn't work.  Google Earth was installed by running an executable from Google09:01
ZykoticK9secret901, ahhh - sorry I used Medibuntu perhaps09:02
ne0futuribou: /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh09:02
FNDduring a system upgrade, I accidentally confirmed some dialog (was typing when the prompt got focus) - I can only assume it was about my grub menu.lst customizations09:02
FNDany way I can get that dialog back?09:03
ZykoticK9secret901, yup "apt-cache policy googleearth" reports it's from Medibuntu all right.09:03
syntaxmannalcomis: hard to say.. make sure the fs in question isn't mounted ro.  Also, check permissions on the parent directory.09:03
FNDapt log says "Setting up linux-headers-generic ("09:03
FNDso that's probably what prompted it09:03
syntaxmannalcomis: failing other things, check the extended attributes using lsattr09:03
digdeephi, could someone help me with this--> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1296090&highlight=firefox+chromium09:04
alabdGood day everyone , while opening firefox there is msg that let us to resotre pages ,after choosing new page , is there anyway to restore that pages now ?09:04
syntaxmannalcomis: if you've played with ACLs, that might be something else to look into.09:04
secret901ZykoticK9: do you know which directory it's installed to?09:05
meaniefacealabd: maybe go to your history?09:05
ZykoticK9secret901, GoogleEarth? from the google executable - i think it's in your home dir.09:05
nalcomissyntaxman:  Yeah...it is a NTFS drive...I think that is the problem.  It is being automatically mounted by Linux and I don't think has the correct attributes associated with it.  I can't get FSTAB to mount the drive...it is really weird.  When I try to mount it in the disk utility, it recognizes the path I specified in FSTAB, but tells me that only root can mount09:06
ZykoticK9nalcomis, you can't apply Unix permission on an NTFS drive!09:06
secret901ZykoticK9: I mean your medibuntu installation09:06
alabdmeanieface: yes thanks09:06
yoggI get a black screen if i try to get a tty (1-6) on Ubuntu 9.04 x64 with newest nvidia drivers (180)09:06
meaniefacealabd: your welcome09:06
syntaxmannalcomis: I think there are a couple of ntfs drivers.  The one that is stable couldn't write, only read.09:06
selfmotivated1hi guys09:07
saleemi should remove fir fox 3.0.8 and after that install fire fox 3.5 and how in termiel09:07
ZykoticK9secret901, "whereis googleearth" show /usr/local/bin/googleearth09:07
DukeDrake2I'm using ubuntu for the first time, but got some exp in debian09:07
syntaxmannalcomis: been a few years ago since I touched ntfs, though.09:07
lstarnes!ff35 | saleem09:07
ubottusaleem: Firefox 3.5 Final is available for Jaunty by installing the package firefox-3.5 and firefox-3.5-gnome-support | FF3.5 is referred to as Shiretoko in your UI, see http://is.gd/1reB3 for an explanation | Hardy & Intrepid: http://is.gd/1jkNY09:07
DukeDrake2where would I find the default mailprogram09:07
meaniefacesaleem: type in firefox-3.509:07
secret901ZykoticK9: I was told there's an uninstaller in the Google Earth directory, but couldn't figure out where it is.09:07
lstarnessaleem: note that you should keep firefox 3.0 if you intend to upgrade to karmic. 3.0 and 3.5 can be installed at the same time09:07
DukeDrake2there is no /usr/sbin/sendmail ... ??09:08
nalcomissytaxman: basically this is the scoop...I moved a USB drive from my windows box (with all of my movies) to my linux box and want to share it out for my media center to pull from.  Unfortunately, it is not allowing anonymous access to the drive...09:08
selfmotivated1<a href="http://www.valuetwo.com/5k7day.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.valuetwo.com/images/5k7daypost.jpg"/></a>09:08
ZykoticK9secret901, is Googleearth in your home dir right now?  you could probably just delete the folder?  i don't think it installs anything system wide.09:08
syntaxmannalcomis: mounting filesystems is, and usually should be, something only root should be able to do...09:08
secret901ZykoticK9: I don't know where it is.  There is a .google directory in my home directory but it doesn't have Google Earth09:09
nalcomissyntaxman: I wonder why the fstab entry isn't mounting the drive09:09
xukunI have a usb headset plantronics which ubuntu detects just fijn but I can't seem to get sound from it. Any help would greatly be appreciated09:09
syntaxmannalcomis: if you want that to be different, add "user" or "users" to the mount options.  That won't change the ro issues, though.09:09
secret901ZykoticK9: I think it does install it system-wide.  I just need to figure out where.09:09
ZykoticK9secret901, try "whereis googleearth"09:09
nic1ZykoticK9, i can only see the list of files in i38609:09
secret901ZykoticK9: it's in /usr/local/bin/googleearth, which isn't much help09:10
ZykoticK9nic1 can you send the link again (save me from scrolling)09:10
nalcomissyntaxman:  I can write to the drive as my username....I just can't give "others" access at all...not even read09:10
ZykoticK9secret901, that means it's system wide - don't know how to go about uninstalling that!?!?09:10
secret901ZykoticK9: I just need to find its directory and run the uninstaller there09:10
ubuntuI'm stuck at Ubuntu installing09:11
ZykoticK9secret901, try in /usr/local/bin and see if anything looks right09:11
ubuntuI'm using Ubuntu through the live CD atm and trying to install ubuntu from it09:11
syntaxmannalcomis: does the uid of your linux user match the uid of the file owner? (the names may match but the numbers might not)09:11
ubuntuI'm stuck at the partition manager09:11
secret901ZykoticK9: there's also a googleearth there09:12
secret901ZykoticK9: when you open a deb file, it usually tells you where it installs to, right?09:12
ZykoticK9secret901, but not a googleearth-remover or something?09:12
iboune0futur: i juste tryed a sudo ./install-css.sh in the directory you show me but im still unable to read my dvd09:12
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RafayPlease help?09:12
secret901ZykoticK9: nope09:13
nalcomissyntaxman:  hrmmm....not sure (not sure how to check that either).  My user has RW access though09:13
ZykoticK9secret901, yes that info is there, but if you installed from DEB are you sure you can't "sudo apt-get remove googleearth"?09:13
nic1ZykoticK9, this is the link: "http://packages.ubuntu.com/jaunty/dpkg"09:13
secret901ZykoticK9: I didn't install it from deb, that's why I can't remove it.09:13
psinetichey guys, I am trying to get eve online to work on my computer. AT first, wine has this "emulate driver" button i can select. but when i run the following commands and reboot my computer, the option is gone...uh....do i need that?09:13
psineticwget -q http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt/387EE263.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -09:13
psineticsudo wget http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt/sources.list.d/intrepid.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/winehq.list09:13
psineticsudo apt-get update ; sudo apt-get install wine09:13
secret901ZykoticK9: I installed it from the BIN file directly from Google09:13
FloodBot3psinetic: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.09:13
RafayHelp me with ubuntu installation!09:14
ZykoticK9nic1, try http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/main/d/dpkg/dpkg_1.14.24ubuntu1_i386.deb09:14
ZykoticK9secret901, sorry man - can't help you with the bin installer - i only use the medibuntu version???09:15
Rafayomg... no one?09:15
psineticrafay, what's the problem?09:15
Rafaythanks god09:15
voxpsinetic: wont work09:15
RafayI'm stuck at installation09:15
Rafayat the partition manager09:15
secret901ZykoticK9: do you know where the medibuntu version install it to?09:15
psineticrafay, which part?09:15
psineticvox, what do you mean it won't work?09:15
ZykoticK9secret901, same place by the looks of things /usr/local/bin09:15
RafayWhere do you want to put Ubuntu 9.04?09:15
voxpsinetic: running eve in wine09:15
syntaxmannalcomis: To find your UID (among other things) use the "id" command.  To find the numeric IDs associated with a file, use the "ls -n" command09:15
RafayI don't want to isntall on entire disk09:16
psineticit does work09:16
secret901ZykoticK9: it only places the binary there09:16
voxpsinetic: it /used/ to work.09:16
secret901ZykoticK9: the application data is placed in its own dir09:16
psineticrafay, then don't install it on the whole disk :P09:16
psineticvox, it works: http://www.eveonline.com/ingameboard.asp?a=topic&threadID=100768009:16
saleemwhen i write in terminal command not found--- the reply is command not found09:16
RafayI don't understand the advanced thingy09:16
psineticrafay, so you want to install ubuntu on a partition? do you have something else you want to install on another partition?09:17
RafayI want to use an entire partition for ubuntu installation, possible?09:17
secret901ZykoticK9: found it, it's in /opt/09:17
psinetichmmm..lol, i wish i had that screen in front of me09:18
saleemsorry when i write in terminal sudo ap-get install firefox-3.5  the reply is command not found09:18
voxpsinetic: i call fibs. i know guys who spent months trying to get it to work under wine. and these are the sorts of guys who simply write their own libs if they cant find one that does exactly what they want.09:18
meaniefacesaleem: are you typing apt-get or ap-get09:18
ZykoticK9vox, see http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=224909:18
psineticvox, i dont' call fibs because i got it working before i had to reinstall the OS on my computer (for other reasons), you don't know what your'e talking about.09:18
meaniefacesaleem: its gotta be apt-get09:19
secret901ZykoticK9: finally removed it. Thanks for your attempts at helping :-)09:19
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ZykoticK9secret901, glad you got it!09:20
voxpsinetic: uh-huh.09:20
Rafayso, nobody wants to help?09:21
psineticvox, respectfully and kindly, stfu. do a google search and you'll see this works no problem. my question wasn't even if it worked or not, because i KNOW it works. my question was does it matter if "emulate drivers" worked or not09:21
psineticrafay, i'm looking now09:21
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psineticrafay, give me a screeny of the next page you have09:22
ActionParsnipRafay: sup?09:22
voxpsinetic: *shrug* i spent the better part of 3 months trying to get it to work correctly, and it wouldnt. and i certainly wasnt the only one. if it works for you, a+.09:22
Guest31522anyone knows a tool or something that send via mail an existing vulnerabilities from ubuntu?09:22
psineticActionParsnip, he's trying to install ubuntu via live cd and is having trouble selecting a specific partition to install it on09:23
Guest41704anyone here know how to install and manage ftp server in ubuntu 9.04?09:23
ActionParsnippsinetic: thanks09:23
ActionParsnipGuest41704: install proftpd  and you are away :)09:23
icerootGuest41704: sudo apt-get install proftpd09:23
psineticvox, just because it doesn't work for you doesn't mean all the sudden it doesn't work for anyone. if you google you'll see a lot of people where it DID work09:24
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psineticrafay, which partition do you want to install it on?09:24
psineticor do you want to make a NEW partition?09:24
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Rafayis it possible to install it on a separate partition? WIndows XP will be on a different partition09:24
Rafaystill dual boot09:24
Guest41704does proftpd is secure?09:24
psineticok, then you'll click the button that says "new partition table"09:25
ZykoticK9Guest41704, you also might like gadmin-proftpd GUI admin.  NO FTP IS SECURE - it's all sent in clear text!09:25
ActionParsnipRafay: use custom partitioning, part of the partitioning is to choose the mount point for the partition, as long as you have at least / and / swp you are fine09:25
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ActionParsnipGuest41704: ftp is pretty poor for file sharing choices09:25
psineticwhat that does is creates another partition (holy crap you have alot)09:25
ActionParsnipGuest41704: a better choice would be to install openssh-server09:26
RafayI think I've a partition already09:26
Rafaythe sda509:26
Guest41704here: http://vsftpd.beasts.org/#docs09:26
psineticoh hey, since u guys are talking about hacking-like-stuff, how do i get the backtrack 4 software on ubuntu in one-shot?09:26
ActionParsnipGuest41704: you can then use winscp / scp to transfer files, ad even mount09:26
Rafaycould you guys wait for sometime?09:26
RafayI'll be back in 10 minutes09:26
ActionParsnippsinetic: its not supported here09:27
psineticrafay, if you want to install it on sda5, it'll wipe it entirely09:27
Guest41704does proftpd suffers security hole?09:27
psineticanything on it will be erased09:27
psineticActionParsnip, ok, thanks :)09:27
ActionParsnipGuest41704: sure, just like all softwares, firefox has more security holes09:27
Rafayyeah, then?09:27
ibouhow comes that i can't read dvds with kmplayer although i Read them with dragon player ?09:27
RafayI want entire partition for ubuntu09:27
psineticrafay, once it erases it it'll continue with the instillation.09:27
psineticthere is a check box that says "format"09:28
psineticselect that box for the partition you want to install ubuntu on09:28
YblihDoes anybody here know something about pulse audio and an ALC662 3 jack sound and convert into surround sound?09:28
Silver_Swordsis there anything without security holes?  =)09:28
ActionParsnipGuest41704: with ftp the transfers are not encrypted, vsftpd encrypts them so is a better choice in that sense but ftp still sucks09:28
ActionParsnipSilver_Swords: doubtful09:28
psineticSilver_Swords, lol, everything has holes, and EVERYTHING is vulnerable. it's about finding those vulnerabilities and exploiting them09:28
RafayI'll answer you in about 10 minutes psinetic09:28
psineticthat's where viruses come from09:28
psineticrafay, ok, np09:29
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meaniefacei think he was making a joke09:29
psineticmeanieface, i think so too :P09:29
psineticActionParsnip, sorry for going off on you last night. i was really frustrated and pissed off. :)09:30
secret901Guest41704: use ssh if you want more security09:31
ActionParsnippsinetic: what about? ive slept and watched a PPV since then09:31
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ActionParsnippsinetic: can't of been anything of world shattering importance so don't sweat it man09:31
psineticActionParsnip, i was getting pissed because i was asking the same question over and over and over again and it was just such a simple questoin that i couldn't find the answer to and everyone ignored me. and when i used caps and cussed everyone suddenly noticed it. you told me not to use caps, and i came back at u09:32
ActionParsnippsinetic: oh yeah, dont sweat it man09:32
psineticActionParsnip, it was still wrong and whether it's important or not it deserved apologizing for :P09:32
ActionParsnippsinetic: its human to get frustrated too09:32
Rafaypsinetic, back09:33
Rafayso yeah, I can't tick the format box next to sda509:33
psineticActionParsnip, haha, yeah, i was really frustrated. it gets pretty frustrating when i ask a question and no one answers it, even when it's so simple, like installing ubuntu09:33
psineticrafay, hmmm....09:33
psineticdid you unmount it?09:33
Rafayhow? :s09:33
psineticum....hang on09:33
ActionParsnippsinetic: tis pretty simple :). Try a gentoo install for the first time. Takes a while09:34
psineticActionParsnip, lol, i can install it just fine, i was refering to rafay here asking the question 1,000 times before i was like, "wtf? why isn't anyone helping this guy" and started helping myself09:35
psineticunfortunately i'm no expert at it09:35
psineticrafay, right click on that box, does it bring up a menu?09:35
saleemok i download fire fox 3.5 by terminal  but old version runing09:36
Rafayyes, Edit partition.....09:36
meaniefacesaleem: you have to type firefox-3.5 in the console09:36
psinetichang on a sec, i got partition editor open, let me see if i can figure it out09:36
icerootwhat was >> and 2>> together? so that i put stdout und stderr in one log09:37
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Peroanybody here?09:37
psineticrafay, i think it should show you a menu that has "Unmount" as an option when you right click on the partition (not the colors, the writing)09:38
ActionParsnipsaleem: 3.0 and 3.5 are seperate apps, 3.5 is NOT an upgrade of 3.009:38
ActionParsnipsaleem: so you now must tell your apps to use the newer version09:38
ActionParsnipsaleem: you can also uninstall 3.0 if you wish09:38
psineticrafay, any luck?09:39
ActionParsnipsaleem: you can also install 3.7 and have 3 versions installed all at the same time09:40
nic1ZykoticK9, i dont need to install ubuntu, i need to install only qt-dbus09:40
psinetichmmmm....i dunno rafay, i edited my partitions once ubuntu was already installed.09:40
psineticit's an entirely differnt partition manager09:40
Rafayany expert here?09:41
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ibouhow comes that i can't read dvds with kmplayer although i Read them with dragon player ?09:41
psineticibou, you probably don't have codecs for that software installed09:41
meaniefaceRafay: not to be rude, but that comment was kind of uncalled for09:41
meaniefaceRafay: yes, rude09:41
psineticmeanieface, not really. i said before that i really don't know much about it09:41
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RafayI didn't said like "you don't know anything"09:42
ZykoticK9nic1, ask the channel your problem again09:42
meaniefacepsinetic: im just sayin i think he's kind of a pushy person09:42
RafayI just asked for another because he already said09:42
psineticmeh, w/e09:42
ActionParsnippsinetic: they use the same codec09:42
iboupsinetic: i have ldvdcss2, libdvdread4 libdvdnav4 and w32codecs...09:42
psineticdoes anyone here know much about installing ubuntu via live cd?09:42
psineticActionParsnip, ibou, sry :P lol. hmmmm....i dunno then09:43
ActionParsnipibou: weird, usuallyy there is a large pool of codecs that all players use09:43
Guest41704i installed proftpd does anyone here how to start?09:43
saleemsome web site can not open by fire fox like chat sound and cam site09:43
ActionParsnipibou: you may want to check the codec folders the players use, see if one is missing09:43
abdelwad up guys09:43
abdelhow come i configured my evolution09:43
abdelbut each time i close09:43
abdelit and opens09:44
ActionParsnipGuest41704: its ready to go, you can ftp with your own user name and password that you are logged in with09:44
abdelits starts with configuration again09:44
abdelwhy is it so09:44
psineticanyone, rafay needs help installing ubuntu via live cd onto a specific partition. i really don't know much about installing from live cd so....anyone help the guy?09:44
ZykoticK9!enter | abdel09:44
ubottuabdel: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!09:44
ibouActionParsnip: where to check that ?09:44
Rafaythanks ;/09:44
nic1i need to install skype on my machine. i am getting the error "/usr/bin/skype.real: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libQtDBus.so.4: undefined symbol: _ZN14QObjectPrivate15checkWindowRoleEv"09:44
ndy40_hello as anyone here tried out opensolaris ? how does it compare to ubuntu linux. i knu its unix .am refering to the user experience.09:45
kripz_is udf 2.5 supported in kernel 2.6.26?09:45
secret901nic1: are you running the Linux installer from Skype?09:45
ActionParsnipibou: will depend on the player, flick around the menus, see what you can find09:45
nic1i ran apt-get install skype09:45
ActionParsnipnic1: does that file exist?09:45
ZykoticK9ndy40_, not that channel for that question -- OS is very polished, but doesn't have nearly the package library required for an average "desktop" experience.09:45
fcuk112nic1: try to download the .deb from skype.com09:46
psineticrafay, looks like you're going to have to ask your question several times to get an answer. eventually the right person will come into the room and see the question and answer it :P09:46
saleem ibou: you may want to check the codec folders the players use, see if one is missing-----where i can find that09:46
nic1what is mediubunu? the file i downloaded is for mediubuntu and i work on jaunty ubuntu..is that  the reason?09:46
ZykoticK9nic1, did you add the mediubuntu repository or just download the deb file?09:47
StaRetjiHi there! What is default service for USB automount. I have hal and dbus running, but my usb drives wont automount. I worked before, but it stopped for some reason. Any help would be appreciated. Thx!09:47
psineticso....i did this: hit alt-f2 and type gedit ~/.wine/user.reg         and it opens an empty document...what's that mean?09:47
cortsp88hello!i'm italian.can you tell me the ubuntu chat room's address?09:48
nic1ZykoticK9, i just downloaded the tar file09:48
ActionParsnipnic1: have you tried reinstalling  ia32-libs09:48
psineticcortsp88, www.ubuntuforums.org09:48
ActionParsnipnic1: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-950615.html09:48
RafayI really wanna install Ubuntu09:48
ZykoticK9nic1, add the repository - instructions here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Medibuntu then just "sudo apt-get install skype" and you should be done :)09:48
ibousaleem: you have the same problem ?09:48
cortsp88thank you psinetic09:48
ibousaleem: i can't find them09:49
psineticso....i did this: hit alt-f2 and type gedit ~/.wine/user.reg         and it opens an empty document...what's that mean?09:49
ZykoticK9nic1, and try to avoid downloading tar source code files -- DEB are much easier!09:49
saleemplz help  web camera chat and sound chat not open in any browser09:49
nic1what is mediubuntu by the way?09:49
abdelany body got idea09:50
ZykoticK9nic1, medibuntu info at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Medibuntu09:50
abdeleach time i start my evolution it goes back to configuration09:50
psineticTo answer EVERYONE'S questions:        www.google.com ;)09:50
saleemplz help  web camera chat and sound chat not09:51
ActionParsnipabdel: can you use pastebin to give the output of: ls -la ~/09:51
ActionParsnippsinetic: and www.ask.com09:51
psineticable sudo apt-get install thunderbird09:51
ActionParsnippsinetic: i get most hits from www.msn.com09:51
psineticreally? msn?09:51
abdelreally dont get you action parsnip09:51
ActionParsnippsinetic: yeah i find the ignorant ONLY use google09:51
ActionParsnipabdel: http://pastebin.com09:52
psineticActionParsnip, true. but google is awesome :D09:52
ZykoticK9ActionParsnip, don't you mean http://www.bing.com/ ;)09:52
ActionParsnipabdel: run: ls -ls ~/       and put the output in the pastebin09:52
ActionParsnippsinetic: true but to ONLY use it is like researching in only one library09:52
StaRetjiWhat is default service for USB automount. I have hal and dbus running, but my usb drives wont automount. It worked before, but it stopped for some reason. Any help would be appreciated. Thx!09:53
psineticActionParsnip, never thought of it that way. hmmmm. lol09:53
slalomsk8erhi - the sound card vanishes in the pulsemixer after login on a hp mini 2133 - ubuntu 9.10 and the user is in the audio group - any ideas?09:53
nic1i installed mediubuntu, stil i get the same error for skype./usr/bin/skype.real: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libQtDBus.so.4: undefined symbol: _ZN14QObjectPrivate15checkWindowRoleEv09:53
Cyr4xhi, i've got a problem09:54
ActionParsnipnic1: there seems to be a lot of stuff about it online09:54
psinetichit alt-f2 and type gedit ~/.wine/user.reg........this brings up an empty document. what am i doing wrong?09:54
Cyr4xafter dist-upgrade to 9.10 glxinfo swallows:09:54
Cyr4xXlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0.0".09:54
Cyr4xError: couldn't find RGB GLX visual or fbconfig09:54
FloodBot3Cyr4x: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.09:54
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meaniefacenic1: try this sitte http://sidux.com/PNphpBB2-printview-t-15258-start-15.html09:55
ActionParsnipabdel: if you can get me the output of that command, I can advise09:55
psinetichit alt-f2 and type gedit ~/.wine/user.reg........this brings up an empty document. what am i doing wrong09:55
prince_jammyspsinetic: does ''cat ~/.wine/user.reg''  give output?09:55
meaniefacepsinetic: alt-f2 ?09:56
psineticmeanieface, alt-f2 opens the run option09:56
lukaszHi ;]09:56
prince_jammyspsinetic: from a terminal, not from alt+f209:57
psineticprince_jammys, yeah, it has an outcome, but it fills the page to the point that i can't see the beginning of it to paste it in pastebing09:57
zhaozhoupsinetic: also, run winecfg, close it, then try to gedit/cat it again.09:57
prince_jammyspsinetic: does alt-f2 : gedit /the/path/without/tilde/user.reg  work? (no "~")09:57
prince_jammysperhaps gnome isn't expanding the ~09:57
prince_jammys(i don't have gnome to check it)09:57
psineticprince_jammys, one sec09:57
zhaozhouprince_jammys: smart one.09:57
nic1i want to reinstall ia32libs, how can i do that?09:58
lukaszwarka Polak :D?09:58
zhaozhouI don't use ubuntu, but there is an --reinstall option to "apt-get install", isn't it?09:58
zhaozhounic1: well then, apt-get install --reinstalle ai32libs :)09:59
ActionParsnipnic1: sudo apt-get --reinstall install ia32-libs09:59
ZykoticK9psinetic, if you use alt+f2 and "gedit .wine/user.reg" it will work - with the ~ it doesn't???09:59
psineticprince_jammys, yep, that worked....hmmm....it worked when i installed it the first time with ubuntu installed09:59
ActionParsnipzhaozhou: you are right09:59
nic1this does not give me any results. apt-cache search ai32-libs10:00
nic1ai32libs or ia32libs??10:00
ZykoticK9nic1, it's ia32libs10:00
meaniefacenic1: i thnk you want to reinstall libasound2 and lib32asound210:01
ActionParsnip!info ia32-libs10:01
nic1no results in search10:01
prince_jammyspsinetic: perhaps before they passing the string to a shell, and now they're splitting it into words and executing it directly.10:01
psineticZykoticK9, yeah, that's what happened10:01
ubottuPackage ia32-libs does not exist in jaunty10:01
prince_jammyspsinetic: in which case the tilde would remain literal.10:01
zhaozhou!info ia31libs10:01
ubottuPackage ia31libs does not exist in jaunty10:01
ActionParsnip!find ia3210:01
ubottuFound: lsb-core, lsb-cxx, lsb-desktop, lsb-graphics, lsb-languages (and 3 others)10:01
prince_jammyspsinetic: but i'm guessing.10:01
lukaszmy graphik is 800x600 i dont  instal nvidia  driver10:01
ActionParsniplukasz: gksudo jockey-gtk10:01
psineticmeh, I only got one comment. Ubuntu's installer isn't stable. I've had to reinstall it five times in four weeks and each time it installs with different problems that didn't exist in the last install (fresh out of the box installs, meaning i haven't even updated it yet, first boot up)10:02
ActionParsnipnic1: if you are REinstalling it, you will already have it installed. You can therefore run: dpkg -l | grep ia3210:02
lukaszActionParsnip i must download ?10:02
shrini_need help on choosing a FOSS forum10:03
shrini_any suggestions?10:03
ActionParsniplukasz: no its part of a standard install, run the command10:03
nic1apt-cache search lib32asound2, no results10:03
ActionParsnip!ot | shrini_10:03
ubottushrini_: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!10:03
lukaszActionParsnip  oki thx10:03
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shrini_what software powers ubuntuforums.org?10:03
nic1dpkg -l | grep ia3210:04
nic1dpkg-query: failed to open package info file `/usr/local/var/dpkg/status' for reading: No such file or directory10:04
fcuk112shrini_: vbulletin.10:04
ActionParsnipnic1: dpkg -l | grep ia32   will show the already installed packae you will reinstall. If it doesnt come up then its not installed so you are not reinstalling it, but installing it10:04
psineticshrini_, vbulletin10:04
ActionParsnipnic1: try: apt-cache search 32 | grep lib10:04
lukaszActionParsnip  Error :/10:04
redwyrmWhen I run apt-get, it crashes halfway through the "Building dependency tree..." stage. How can I fix this?10:04
ActionParsniplukasz: well thats no use to me at all, can you give me details. I cannot see your screen10:04
ZykoticK9nic1, are you sure you're on a 64bit version?  what does "uname -m" say?10:04
psineticshrini_, actually, so that you don't have to ask this question again. open the website in your browser, scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page, and it's listed there.10:05
zhaozhouredwyrm: ouch.10:05
ActionParsnipredwyrm: can you use a pastebin to provide the command you are running aswell as the full output10:05
ActionParsnip!paste | redwyrm10:05
ubotturedwyrm: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com (or !pastebinit for CLI) | For pasting !screenshots use http://tinyurl.com/imagebin Please give us the URLs for your posts!10:05
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nic1i am on 32 bit10:05
nic1uname -m says i68610:05
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zhaozhounic1: you should'nt need ia32 if your on 32bit... (?)10:06
ZykoticK9nic1, ia32-libs is only on 64bit versions, I'm worried about you not have /usr/local/var/dpkg/status!10:06
nic1yes no status file inside dpkg folder, what is that??10:07
ZykoticK9nic1, the list on installed applications10:08
iceroothow to use &> (stdout and stderr) to append to a logfile? &>> is not working, only &>10:08
ZykoticK9nic1, s/on/of10:08
redwyrmActionParsnip, zhaozhou, http://paste.ubuntu.com/298912/10:08
psinetichey, is Vox still here?10:09
zhaozhouredwyrm: apt-get segment faulting, that's just... bad.10:09
psinetici got a screen shot for that guy >_>10:09
ActionParsnipredwyrm: thats pretty serious10:09
Guest34988I am trying to troubleshoot my ubuntu samba server. what does...... nmblookup -B ACLIENT '*' ...command do? and is the syntax correct?10:09
ActionParsnipredwyrm: whats the output of: lsb_release -c10:09
ActionParsnipredwyrm: its a single line, you can paste direct10:09
ActionParsnipredwyrm: does: sudo apt-get -f install   fix it?10:09
voxpsinetic: i dont need a screenshot. if you've been able to get it running, then thats great. i, like many others, have not been so fortunate.10:10
redwyrmsame error10:10
psineticvox, well, then let me help you10:11
zhaozhouFunny thing about lsb_release (ot!), a friend of mine got a Gentoo installation going, but halfway through he said "what? no lsb_release command in gentoo? Then why should i run Gentoo if i can't brag about it?!"10:11
zhaozhouHe actually stopped the installation and went with Ubuntu.10:11
ActionParsnipredwyrm: try these commands in order: http://pastebin.com/mf81455910:12
voxpsinetic: if you're going to be on for a while, sure. i re-installed about a month back, so i dont have _anything_ wine-related installed, so it'll take me a while to run through the steps10:12
psineticvox, perhaps this will assist? it's where i asked my questions for getting help. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=127079810:12
ActionParsnipzhaozhou: why does one need to rag about an oS?10:12
nic1what is the simplest way to make skype working?10:12
psineticvox, the page that i went through goes from step 1 to the end10:13
psineticit makes sure you have wine installed also10:13
redwyrmActionParsnip, does /var/lib/dpkg/info contain vital stuff?10:13
voxpsinetic: yeah, i've been reading it closely10:13
ActionParsnipnic1: have you tried installing the latest from skypes website?10:13
zhaozhouActionParsnip: Now that is the right question. (yes, i have just seen 'I robot')10:14
ActionParsnipredwyrm: you can rename the folder if you want a less destructive method10:14
psineticvox, i've had the oddest problems with ubuntu, just, things that don't happen, that should work but don't. and after a reinstall, the problem goes away just as it came. so i dunno man. lol10:14
voxpsinetic: i apologise for my initial scepticism. as i said, i spent _months_ on it with no success10:14
ActionParsnipzhaozhou: never saw it, i dont get these linux braggers. makes me chuckle10:14
psineticvox, i understand. and i apologize for being so rude about it. are you from australia?10:15
redwyrmActionParsnip, too late, lol10:15
voxpsinetic: i am10:15
psineticvox, haha. the way you spelled apologize gave it away :P10:15
ActionParsnipredwyrm: theres a guy on launchpad whos an op there (I think who always recommends these commands when people's apt-get's get stucked10:15
nic1ActionParnship, yes i tried, it gives me some intrepid error10:17
zhaozhouandersg: test returned positive.10:17
andersgthank you:p10:17
tredjussi: i missed u in other room, i dont use the F2 term. i just leave the console open i close and it starts back up headless10:17
andersgi was just testing my timestamp though ;)10:17
tredoops, wrong post, lol10:18
zhaozhouandersg: oh right <:10:18
tredanyone know how to start plasma decently in a headless jaunty? i can leave a bash window open and start it from there after i log in on vnc, but it doesnt start quite normally10:18
ActionParsnipnic1: if you use tab to complete nicks it is faster and accurate10:18
nic1i dint get you10:18
ActionParsnipnic1: you typed ActionParnship which isnt my nic10:18
ActionParsnipnic1: and it probably took a while to type10:19
ActionParsnipnic1 if you type actio  then press tab, it will complete and be 100% accurate10:19
nic1ok..thank you..i need to make skype up now..10:19
forceflowIf you hold a Linux shell against your ear, you can hear the C.10:19
nic1yes i check tab10:19
voxpsinetic: yeah, phrasing/spelling tends to give the game away10:20
ActionParsnipnic1: the tab thing can also be used in terminal to complete commands and file names10:20
zhaozhouforceflow: xD!10:20
ActionParsnipnic1: makes life quicker10:20
tredi thought it was "if u bash a shell against ur ear, hehe10:20
psineticvox, yeah, we spell things with "z" you guys spell them with "s"10:21
andersgbackwards down underlings.10:21
ActionParsnipeveryones backwards to somewhere else10:22
ActionParsnipand USA always living in the past :)10:22
andersgthat's true :p10:22
andersghey i'm from denmark i'm not one to talk10:22
ubottuPlease read the channel topic whenever you enter, as it contains important information. To view it at any time after joining, simply type /topic10:24
redwyrmActionParsnip, do you think the dist-upgrade command is really necessary?10:24
redwyrmalso, the install command worked! :D10:25
ActionParsnipredwyrm: not hugely10:25
ActionParsnipredwyrm: awesome10:25
redwyrmthanks a lot!10:25
ActionParsnipredwyrm: np man, sounds like the stuff you had in those folders was a bit corrupted so you just made a whole bunch of new files10:25
psinetichmmmmmmmmm eve online isn't accepting my screen resolution and won't let me make it the size of the screen. odd....10:26
redwyrmActionParsnip, maybe I should start backing up my files... I keep putting it off... if I had, I could have just restored that directory10:26
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CaesiHi everyone. I've just installed Windows 7 on my primary partition and thereby wiped out Grub (Ubuntu 9.04 is on the second partition) - could anyone give me a quick tut of the commands? I've got the gparted boot CD10:30
MenZa!grub | Caesi10:31
ubottuCaesi: 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/GrubHowto10:31
badpHello, I would like to quickly set up remote desktop to help a friend out with Ubuntu. However, by default, that only works over the local network. Nevermind security; what's the simplest thing I can do to get this working?10:31
CaesiThanks MenZa10:32
voxpsinetic: well i'm up to installing the eve client, so i guess we'll know shortly10:32
psineticvox, yep, hope it works out for ya. right now it's working fine, i just can't get it to accept my screen's resolution so i can use fullscreen10:33
slalomsk8erpulse guru needed - 9.10 on a hp 2133 falls back to dummy output - trigger unknown - user in audio group10:35
sleepy_catcommand to be the root user ?10:35
sweRascalsudo su -10:35
ActionParsnip!9.10 | slalomsk8er10:35
ubottuslalomsk8er: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 29th, 2009 - Karmic is BETA and MAY break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+110:35
ActionParsnipsleepy_cat: sudo -s10:35
slalomsk8erubottu: thx10:36
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about thx10:36
sleepy_catok thnx10:36
AvashNetDidi: hi10:36
badpoh well. Thanks anyway.10:37
badpThanks for nothing :P10:37
Avashbadp: ok are you free10:37
NetDidiwhats up Avash10:37
ActionParsnip!vnc | badp10:37
ubottubadp: VNC is a protocol for remote desktop. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VNCOverSSH describes how to use it securely.  It works best over fast connections, otherwise look at !FreeNX10:37
AvashNetDidi: yeah i am trying to get virtual box in my ubuntu10:37
NetDidiAvash, what is the problem?10:37
Avashi have a qemu in my ubuntu. so u kno w what qemu is10:38
sweRascalIs freenx faster? Is there a client for windows? I use vnc myself and its a bit of a drag when connecting over a slow line10:38
badpThe page I didn't want has the answer I wanted: "At present, there is no easy, secure way of making your desktop available to others over the Internet."10:38
badpWhat if I gave up on security? It's a 5 mins job!10:39
ActionParsnipsweRascal: for some tasks a li interface is all thats needed10:39
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Avashwhat is qemulator?10:39
ActionParsnipAvash: its aother virtualisation solution10:39
meaniefacebadp: vnc is extremely easy to configure and set up10:39
ubottuqemu is an emulator you can use to run another operating system - see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsXPUnderQemuHowTo10:39
badpI know, there's a goddamn gui for it, still by default it only works on the local network10:40
ActionParsnipbadp: i'd run vnc over an ssh tunnel if you are helping your buddy over WAN10:40
Avash! sugar10:40
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about sugar10:40
sweRascalfor some added security use ssh with chroot and connect via forwarding ports... its a bit more secure anyway10:40
system404hey guys need to convert avi to dvd vob files to burn to dvd any apps you can recommend10:40
ActionParsnipbadp: over lan its not needed10:40
Avash! virtual box10:40
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about virtual box10:41
nic1does skype work on ubuntu9.04?10:41
badpIf it was a LAN I could just WALK to her computer ;)10:41
ActionParsnipsystem404: devede will make you a DVD ISO you can burn10:41
ActionParsnipbadp: depends on the size of the LAN.10:41
voxbadp: then you need to setup port-forwarding on her modem/router/whateveritisshesusing.10:41
icerootnic1: yes10:41
system404ActionParsnip: will it convert the avi10:41
sweRascalnic1 yes, theres even an easy way to fix. Serach for the app "Ubuntu tweak"10:41
nic1iceroot, how can i make it work? tired of trying10:41
ActionParsnipsystem404: it will take any format you have codecs to play, its just a gui for ffmpeg / mencoder10:42
icerootnic1: start it and use it10:42
nic1what is ubuntu tweak?10:42
sweRascalapp for adding extra apps :) many third party apps there10:42
system404ActionParsnip: cool ill try that thanks10:42
nic1installation gives me error with skype-ubuntu-intrepid10:42
badpSo forward her 53something port, set up Remote Desktop from settings and connect using Remote Desktop from Apps10:42
sweRascallike skype :)10:42
badpokey dokey10:42
ActionParsnipnic1: its an unofficial tool to addstuff and settings to an ubuntu system10:42
icerootnic1: post the errors on pastebin10:42
iceroot!skype | nic110:42
ubottunic1: To install Skype on Ubuntu, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Skype - To record on Skype, check: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SkypeRecordingHowto - Please use open protocols instead if you can, see !Ekiga10:42
nic1error: failed to install package skype-ubuntu-intrepid_2.1.0.47-1_i386.deb10:44
ActionParsnipnic1: in terminal run: sudo dpkg -i ./skype-ubuntu-intrepid_2.1.0.47-1_i386.deb10:44
psineticvox, one good trick is, after you have eve setup (as i discussed in my last comment on that webpage) to go completely fullscreen, you can use compiz cube rotation to switch to other windows and even run more than one eve account at once.10:44
ActionParsnipnic1: make sure your pwd is where the file is10:44
ActionParsnipnic1: so if the deb is on the desktop (due to firefoxes stupid default) then you will need to first run: cd ~/Desktop10:45
Avash! xfce10:45
ubottuXubuntu is Ubuntu with Xfce instead of !GNOME. More info at http://www.xubuntu.org and http://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/ - To install from Ubuntu: « sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop » - Join #xubuntu for support - See also: !Ubuntu and !Xubuntu-Channels10:45
Avash! xo10:45
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about xo10:45
iceroot!botabuse | Avash10:45
ubottuAvash: Please investigate with me only with "/msg ubottu Bot" or in #ubuntu-bots.  Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu !search factoid".10:45
voxpsinetic: ah i've disabled compiz, but its something i'll investigate if i get this working :) waiting for the eve client to d/l.10:46
psineticah ok10:46
ubottuCompiz (compositing window manager), for a howto see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager and more help #compiz10:47
Avashok how do i install sugar in my ubuntu?10:47
ActionParsnip!info sugar10:47
ubottusugar (source: sugar): window manager from the OLPC project. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.83.8-0ubuntu2 (jaunty), package size 731 kB, installed size 4376 kB10:47
psineticvox, i noticed that when i tried to install eve with the regular installer it wouldn't download the files, so the file that they used in there and referred me to was a full package installer that doesn't require connecting to the internet10:47
ActionParsnipAvash: sudo apt-get install sugar10:48
ActionParsnipAvash: make sure you have universe repos enabled if it fails10:48
AvashActionParsnip: no it is not working10:48
voxpsinetic: yeah, i'm getting the full installer. unfortunately, even with 20mbit bandwidth, 2.1gb takes a while to get heh10:48
ActionParsnipAvash: its in the repos, do you have universe repos enabled?10:48
AvashActionParsnip: i donk know10:49
ActionParsnipAvash: dont you think thats why its not working...10:49
psineticvox, haha, yeah i know what you mean. I live on a Navy base in Japan, bandwidth sucks here10:49
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ActionParsnipAvash: run synaptic, click sources and put ticks next to the universe repos10:49
ActionParsnipAvash: then exit synaptic10:49
ActionParsnipAvash: you can now run: sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install sugar10:49
Avashthe pdate is not running10:50
AvashActionParsnip: the update is not running10:50
ActionParsnipAvash: ubottu not only tells you if a package exists but also a description and most importantly, which repo it is on. if you dont have that repo enabled then you wont get it10:51
sightcan anyone tell me how to make a usplash theme10:51
AvashActionParsnip: and also i dont have universe repos in my synaptic.10:51
ubottuTo select the usplash artwork you want, use "sudo update-alternatives --config usplash-artwork.so && sudo update-initramfs -u" - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/USplashCustomizationHowto for adding your custom artwork10:51
sightthanks obottu10:52
zvacetAvash:  look uner system>admin>software sources it is there just check it10:52
ActionParsnipAvash: its under settings -> repositories10:52
Kohvihoorhow do i upgrade to samba 3.4.0 on jaunty?10:53
AvashActionParsnip: there is no settings10:53
ActionParsnip!info samba10:53
ubottusamba (source: samba): SMB/CIFS file, print, and login server for Unix. In component main, is optional. Version 2:3.3.2-1ubuntu3.2 (jaunty), package size 4421 kB, installed size 12400 kB10:53
karmichow to disable wireless card?10:53
andersgdo it in BIOS.10:53
KohvihoorActionParsnip: and what do i do with that info?10:53
andersgif you want it disabled permanently?10:53
ActionParsnipKohvihoor: try https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas10:53
ActionParsnipKohvihoor: nothing it just tells us that 3.3.2 is on the official repo10:54
Kohvihooryeah, i know that, thats why i asked, how do i upgrade to a newer one. :<10:54
andersgkarmic: right click the network icon in the tray, and remove the tick from Enable Wireless10:54
sighti need beryl repo for intrepid10:54
MenZasight: Beryl is dead.10:55
zvacetsight:  why don't use compiz10:55
ubottuThis is not a file sharing channel (or network). If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot »10:55
MenZa!beryl | sight10:55
ubottusight: Beryl has been merged with Compiz to form Compiz-Fusion.  New Beryl installs are discouraged. See also !compiz10:55
ActionParsnipAvash: you can always do it manually by editting /etc/apt/sources.list   but with your demonstrated skill level I wouldnt recommend it10:55
sightmenza: then fusion will do it10:55
karmicthanx andersg10:56
MenZasight: compiz fusion is in 8.10 iirc.10:56
MenZasight: I highly suggest you upgrade to 9.04, though.10:56
AvashActionParsnip: yeah i have already updated that source.list. and what do you mean by my skills?10:56
sightmenza: tell me repo for compiz-fusion intrepid10:57
MenZa!info compiz intrepid10:57
ubottucompiz (source: compiz): OpenGL window and compositing manager. In component main, is optional. Version 1:0.7.8-0ubuntu4.1 (intrepid), package size 35 kB, installed size 68 kB10:57
MenZasight: there by default.10:57
ActionParsnipAvash: if you are having issues checking what repos you do and dont have i'm not going to send you into a systm file to uncomment repos out10:57
ActionParsnipKohvihoor: this guys has it: https://launchpad.net/~pgquiles/+archive/ppa10:57
Admin__hi i need help please10:58
ActionParsnipKohvihoor: this seems better: https://launchpad.net/~mathiaz/+archive/samba410:58
th3_b0bHi! How can I configure Jaunty Server to rotate more than 4 Days on syslog files? I tried changing the general rotation settings in /etc/logrotate.conf, but they don't have any effect on /var/log/syslog, since that seems to be rotated by syslog itself via /etc/cron.daily/syslogd. How can I configure the behaviour of that script without breaking it? Or how can I exclude /var/log/syslog from the files output by syslogd-listfiles?10:59
psineticvox, aha! i figured out exactly how to get the screen resolution fixed as well as run two or more clients at the same time10:59
Admin__i just lost 250 GB of files and i must get them to get them back10:59
ActionParsnipAdmin__: restore from backup11:00
psineticadmin, how did you do that?11:00
Admin__no no11:00
Admin__i installed TreuCrypt11:00
psineticooooooooo that sucks11:00
Admin__oh ya11:00
ActionParsnipno backup = data is disposable11:00
Admin__i have the error output11:00
fuzzybunnyHey everyone. My brother and I are both using Ubuntu linux and I am unable to connect to his computer until either he pings me or if I run arp -s to manually fill in his mac address. Everytime I restart we have to complete that procedure before we can communicate between our two machines. Does anyone know what would cause this? We are using a Thomson Gateway TG585v7. If anyone could help that would be great!11:00
Admin__it let me mount the drive last night11:00
psineticActionParsnip, no backup = person just didn't back their stuff up and may not have even know to :P11:01
ActionParsnippsinetic: its really that simple dude11:01
psinetici know :P11:01
Admin__where can i paste the error to ?11:01
MenZa!pastebin | Admin__11:01
ubottuAdmin__: pastebin is a service to post multiple-lined texts so you don't flood the channel. Ubuntu pastebin is at  http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://tinyurl.com/imagebin | !pastebinit to paste directly from  command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic11:01
zvacetAvash:you ca use this one http://paste.ubuntu.com/298934/11:01
ActionParsnippsinetic: ive seen people loose data and then you mention backup and they havent got one. i have no sympathy for them11:02
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erUSULfuzzybunny: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/how-to-change-debian-log-rotation-of-syslog-and-daemon.log-410361/11:02
Admin__heres the first paste11:03
voxi'm that paranoid about dataloss that i have two raid6's underpinning an lvm11:03
ltspadminwhat is the use of make usb startup disk11:04
psineticActionParsnip, yeah, iknow what you mean. but i've been caught in that situation where i'm just not in the habit of backing up my stuff and then something crazy happens and it's all gone. more like hitting myself in the face for not backing it up, but in the end, i still need my data and still need help getting it back :P11:04
ActionParsnipltspadmin: makes a bootable usb stick11:04
ltspadminfor thinclient..11:04
dwarderinitially i installed kubuntu on my box, then i installed ubuntu desktop, how can i remove all kde relateed stuff11:04
ActionParsnippsinetic: never been caught out, more importnat stiff gets backed up more often11:04
Darkwingltspadmin: It'll allow you to use your USB drive as a bootable disk, it will work the same way the live CD does. It can come in quite handy on a netbook.11:05
ptlany apt wizard can tell me if there is a way to filter a package by repository? I have a dozen different repositories configured on my sources.list and I'd just want to see a list of packages from one or another.11:05
ActionParsnippsinetic: my dissertation got backed up hourly to 3 systems an my mates system via ftp11:05
psineticActionParsnip, then that's a good habit, to backup your stuff. haha, i need to start doing it (reminder ;) )11:05
Admin__heres the 2nd paste11:05
fuzzybunnyerUSUL, what do you mean?11:05
ptlapt-cache search --repository <rep> '*package*'11:05
ptlcouldn't there be something like that?11:05
psinetici'm using xchat, how do i get rid of the enter and exit logs?11:05
zvacetdwarder: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/puregnome11:05
karmichow to disable wireless card ?11:06
Avash-xkill all users11:06
ActionParsnipptl: apt-cache search <something> | grep <some filter>11:06
erUSULfuzzybunny: there you have the answer to your question11:06
psinetickarmic, throw your computer against the wall11:06
DJonespsinetic: right click on the channel name in the left tab, there should be an option to show/hide joins/parts etc11:06
karmicpsinetic, i am sitting in a park! No walls here! pls help11:06
dwarderzvacet: thanks11:06
erUSULkarmic: is a laptop ? most laptops have a button to disable it11:06
psinetickarmic, suckage.11:07
erUSULpsinetic: right click on the channel name11:07
zvacetnp   8-)11:07
fuzzybunnyerUSUL, that page just talks about rotating logs I am having a networking problem I think ;)11:07
nic1can anyone see my skype problem?11:07
ptlActionParsnip: the repository does not appear on the package list, so your tip wouldn't work...11:07
karmicerUSUL : button is not working11:07
ltspadmini install ubunut 9.04 ltsp sever (amd64 bit) i run the ltsp-build-client --archi i386 for my i386 client its working fine from pxeboot..but its cannot boot from nbi.img11:07
joeb3_psinetic,   /set irc_conf_mode on11:07
karmicold laptop!11:07
psineticerUSUL, i did that, it doesn't show anything11:08
erUSULfuzzybunny: sorry :)11:08
DarkwingPsinetic: Right click on the channel name, Settings->Hide Join/part messages11:08
Avashnic1: i know a good way to solve skype problems11:08
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erUSULth3_b0b: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/how-to-change-debian-log-rotation-of-syslog-and-daemon.log-410361/11:08
ActionParsnipptl: if you want to see the ones on a particular repo you may need someting to get all the package names available then put them into an apt-cache policy command, then grep that for the repo11:08
psineticdarkwing, doesn't work joeb3_ i did that, let's see if it works11:08
neohashihello, I just update my box now when I reboot my prompt is getting flooded by "[time] urb status (-75)" <- do anyone know what that means?11:08
unix1119.10 RC out yet?11:08
psinetickarmic, try this:11:08
ActionParsnip!9.10 | unix11111:08
ubottuunix111: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 29th, 2009 - Karmic is BETA and MAY break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+111:08
fuzzybunnyerUSUL, oh that is alright11:09
psinetickarmic, when you look at your panel (the one with your "applications, places, system"11:09
ptlActionParsnip: I can do that by looking at the text files on /var/lib/apt/lists but I'd prefer an automated, configuration-file-independent way to do that via a command11:09
psineticon the right hand side, you'll see what looks like two computers, your network settings11:09
psineticright click that, go to "Edit Connections"11:09
karmicm using 9.1011:09
ltspadminhow to know which ltsp-server i install11:09
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karmicno computers here11:09
Avashnic1: do you need the solution?11:09
psinetic......hmmmmmmmmmmm not the same?11:09
ActionParsnipptl: then grep those files someway11:09
erUSULneohashi: urb has to do with USB. So it may be a kernel bug or some of your usb devices is acting crazy11:09
psineticoh...hehe, then i dunno XD11:10
karmicdo you know how to do from commandline?11:10
psinetickarmic, go to #ubuntu+111:10
Admin__i can not understand what happened it mounted fine last night and today i get an error http://paste.ubuntu.com/298938/11:10
psineticthat's for all the 9.10 questions11:10
neohashierUSUL, ok.. trying to disconnect some devices then.11:10
Admin__all  my banking and credit card info all my contacts everything i own is on there11:10
EsperiaEnter text here...ciaooooooooooo11:10
erUSULEsperia: ciao11:11
erUSUL!hi | Esperia11:11
ubottuEsperia: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu! Feel free to ask questions and help people out. The channel guidelines are at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines. Enjoy your stay!11:11
DhulKarnainguys, is it more recommended to reinstall 9.10 when the final release ships, or just upgrade beta i have now?11:11
Esperiachat strana11:11
Lin20hi all11:11
erUSUL!final | DhulKarnain11:11
ubottuDhulKarnain: If you installed a Alpha/Beta/RC version of Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) and have been keeping it up to date, then you are already running the latest version of Karmic. To make sure, type « sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade » in a console.11:11
Lin20can anyone help me pls11:11
erUSUL!it | Esperia11:11
ubottuEsperia: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (click col tasto destro sul nome del canale per entrare)11:11
psineticjoeb3_, it worked, awesome. does it stay like this or do i have to enter that code everytime?11:11
Esperiaok sorry11:11
Lin20getting grub error ..i have dual boot vista and ubuntu 9.0411:12
zvacet!ask | Lin2011:12
ubottuLin20: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-)11:12
erUSULEsperia: no need to be sorry. You are wellcome in either channel given you speak the right language ;)11:12
Avash! seen me11:12
ubottuI have no seen command11:12
Lin20hey zvacet11:12
Avash! ubottu11:12
ubottuHi! I'm #ubuntu's favorite infobot, you can search my brain yourself at http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots11:12
joeb3_psinetic, I think it stays, but if it does not add it to ~/.xchat2/xchat.conf11:12
psineticjoeb3_, thanks dude ;) :D11:13
zvacetLin20:do you have any kind of problem11:13
Avash! hi i am avash, will you teach me how to create bots?11:13
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)11:13
Lin20yes iam on live cd at the moment11:13
psineticvox how far are ya now?11:13
Admin__has anyone looked at this post yet ? http://paste.ubuntu.com/298938/11:14
Lin20i need to retrieve my grub/menu.lst11:14
Lin20so i can boot off it11:14
zvacetLin20:  do you mean to reinstall it11:14
Lin20i cannot mount it11:14
voxpsinetic: installing11:14
zvacetLin20:  just a sec11:14
ltspadminfrom where can i download ltsp-server 5.1.79-1 for ubuntu 9.0411:14
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about avash11:14
Avashubottu: you idiot, i am avash11:15
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)11:15
th3_b0berUSUL: Thx! :)11:15
erUSUL!fishing | Avash11:15
ubottuAvash: Please investigate with me only with "/msg ubottu Bot" or in #ubuntu-bots.  Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu !search factoid".11:15
erUSULth3_b0b: no problem11:15
zvacetLin20:  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=22435111:15
Avash!fishing | erUSUL11:15
ubottuerUSUL: Please investigate with me only with "/msg ubottu Bot" or in #ubuntu-bots.  Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu !search factoid".11:15
psineticvox, sweet :D11:15
phoenix24_in karmic11:17
Lin20Error 15: File not found11:17
Avash!botabuse | erUSUL11:17
ubottuerUSUL: Please investigate with me only with "/msg ubottu Bot" or in #ubuntu-bots.  Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu !search factoid".11:17
Admin__does anyone know what i can do to get my files back ?11:18
erUSULAvash: would you stop?11:18
zvacetLin20:  http://members.iinet.net.au/~herman546/p15.html#1511:19
psineticvox, just let me know when/if you have any problems11:19
voxpsinetic: nod, it's almost finished extracting11:19
Avashivan__: hi11:20
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zvacet!hi | ivan__11:20
ubottuivan__: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu! Feel free to ask questions and help people out. The channel guidelines are at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines. Enjoy your stay!11:20
neohashiThanks for the info erUSUL, it was my midi interface via usb that was acting up.. word of advice ROMIO1 is not the best piece of hardware :P11:20
dwarderwhat do you use to remote desktop you ubuntu?11:20
onatshow do i install the libflashplayer.so 64 bit? i already downloaded the library11:20
dwarderfrom windows11:21
erUSULneohashi: well do not blame the hardware fully may be a kernel bug/brainfart too.. or some configuration issue11:21
erUSUL!vnc | dwarder11:21
ubottudwarder: VNC is a protocol for remote desktop. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VNCOverSSH describes how to use it securely.  It works best over fast connections, otherwise look at !FreeNX11:21
erUSUL!ssh | dwarder11:22
ubottudwarder: SSH is the Secure SHell protocol, see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSHHowto for client usage. PuTTY is an SSH client for Windows; see: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ for it's homepage. See also !scp (Secure CoPy) and !sshd (Secure SHell Daemon)11:22
Avash!cp | ActionParsnip11:22
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about cp11:22
dwardererUSUL: thanks11:22
nic1Avash, ya  i need to install skype11:23
neohashierUSUL: well, it has acted strangely under both win and linux as in hardware dosen't work unless pluged in _after_ reboot.11:23
erUSULneohashi: then it is ok to blame it i guess XD11:23
Avashnic1: install? you told you had a problem?11:23
ubottuTo install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash - See also  !Restricted and !Gnash11:23
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m0RrEyou could install ubuntu-restricted-extras, that will do a lot of good stuff :P11:24
nic1yes i had problem http://paste.ubuntu.com/298940/ this is the pastebin of my problem11:24
Avashnic1: ok1 the only solution i see is..............................................11:24
zvacet!hi| Fertakao11:26
ubottuFertakao: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu! Feel free to ask questions and help people out. The channel guidelines are at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines. Enjoy your stay!11:26
zvacetnic1:  from where you get skype package11:27
nic1apt-get install11:27
MenZa!skype | zvacet11:27
ubottuzvacet: To install Skype on Ubuntu, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Skype - To record on Skype, check: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SkypeRecordingHowto - Please use open protocols instead if you can, see !Ekiga11:27
Avash!skype | nic111:27
ubottunic1: To install Skype on Ubuntu, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Skype - To record on Skype, check: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SkypeRecordingHowto - Please use open protocols instead if you can, see !Ekiga11:27
Admin__so does anyone know what i can do ?11:27
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Fertakaoi need some help here, im new to ubuntu so to test it i've instaled it in a hd with vista, i want to know if there is a way to acess my files in the vista using the ubuntu11:28
zvacetMenZa:  I asked nic1 because it look like he have problem with that package11:28
nic1zvacet: ?11:28
Qtpaxawhere should I ask if I have a problem with compiz?11:28
erUSULFertakao: ubuntu can access ntfs paritions just fine11:28
coz_Qtpaxa,   in  #compiz11:28
Fertakaohow can i do that?11:29
coz_Qtpaxa,  what's the issue?11:29
zvacetnic1:  did you install it from medibuntu11:29
erUSULFertakao: Places>Computer/System does not show the vista parition ?11:29
Qtpaxacoz_: http://pastebin.com/d461535bd11:29
erUSULQtpaxa: #compiz11:29
coz_Qtpaxa,  how are you starting compiz?11:29
Qtpaxacoz_: when I use compiz with 2 screens they turn black11:30
coz_Qtpaxa, mm  which video card?11:30
Qtpaxacoz_: compiz --replace11:30
Qtpaxacoz_: intel11:30
Fertakaohmm, i found it11:30
Admin__is there any other ubuntu support channels ?11:30
dwarderanyone uses realvnc with ubuntu11:30
Fertakaothanks guys11:30
Qtpaxacoz_: If i use only one screen I get no problems11:30
dwarderwhen i click on menu i see nothing changing in my realvnc window11:31
erUSULAdmin__: there are the localized (in each language) channels.11:31
coz_Qtpaxa,   in terminal    glxinfo -l |grep MAX_TEXTURE_SIZE11:31
nic1how to install medibuntu?11:31
dwarderbut see this on my box's monitor11:31
cybichey everybody... i'm still looking for a solution for changing the speed of my mousepointer (trackpoint) on my nc640011:31
Admin__english is fine11:31
iceroot!medibuntu | nic111:31
ubottunic1: medibuntu is a repository of packages that cannot be included into the Ubuntu distribution for legal reasons - See http://www.medibuntu.org11:31
Admin__but i have a real huge prom. here11:31
coz_Qtpaxa,  just tell me ther resolution number in the readout11:31
saulusis there some combination for Gnome to see the desktop alone, everything is minimized? Like the windows-key + D on windows for "let me see the desktop, now"?11:32
Admin__i lost all my data11:32
Qtpaxacoz_: 204811:32
coz_Qtpaxa,  ok and  how large are your monitors11:32
Admin__and others are asking bout little things11:32
Admin__my whole life is on this hard drive11:32
Scutumanyone from australia_11:32
Qtpaxacoz_: 1024x600 1024x76811:33
erUSULAdmin__: you said it is a truecrypt volume? if the data is encripted is even harder to recover it...11:33
coz_Qtpaxa,  ok that 2048  is a hardware limitation...it means that your desktop ...in any one direction..cannot exceed that resolution11:33
ActionParsnipAdmin__: then yu have learned the hardest way possible why backup is important11:33
icerootAdmin__: backups!!!11:33
icerootAdmin__: without backups its your fault11:33
cybicanyone could configurate a trackpoint on his notebook?11:33
coz_Qtpaxa,  so  it is exceeding that  if you add  the 600+76811:33
Admin__yes its a truecrypt volume11:33
Admin__i encrypted the whole partition11:33
Admin__but does anyone know what the error is or means ?11:34
coz_Qtpaxa,  you would have to reduce the resolutions so that ...as I said  in any  one direction...does not exceed the 204811:34
erUSULAdmin__: you did "dmesg | tail " to see the actual error ?11:34
Admin__i will paste11:34
erUSULAdmin__: paste ?11:34
Admin__one sec11:34
Qtpaxacoz_: but I have right now like 2048x76811:34
coz_Qtpaxa,  sorry added wrong11:34
coz_Qtpaxa,  ok the first thing I would try is reducing the resolution of the monitors to see if it works11:35
QtpaxaI'll try11:35
coz_Qtpaxa,  otherwise i would go to #compiz and talk with  adamk11:35
coz_Qtpaxa,  where you type here just type    /join #compiz11:35
* cybic is thinking about this stupid problem... there are a touchpoint and a trackpad built into my nc6400... but i can configurate just the touchpad.... what's about the trackpoint... :(11:35
Avash! touchpad11:36
ubottuFor a comprehensive Synaptics Touchpad guide, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticsTouchpad11:36
ScutumAnyone can recommend a good school for Computer Science in Australia11:36
erUSUL!ot | Scutum11:36
ubottuScutum: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics. Thanks!11:36
erUSUL!au | Scutum11:36
ubottuScutum: The Australian Local Community Team has channels here on Freenode. They are #ubuntu-au for technical discussion, and #ubuntu-au-chat for social chatter.11:36
Fertakaois there a way to make ubuntu use the programs i had installed in vista?11:37
ageebisn't that what wine is for?11:37
zvacet!wine | Fertakao11:37
ubottuFertakao: 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 Ubuntu11:37
erUSULageeb: wine run programs installed inside wine not the ones from a windows install in another parition11:37
ActionParsnipFertakao: you can if the app is extremely portable11:38
Admin__erUSUL: http://paste.ubuntu.com/298955/11:38
ageebahh good to know, ty.11:38
ActionParsnipFertakao: most arent now and will need files in the windows dir as well as registry keys11:38
suppermannHi. I need some help configuring my ssh-server. I want to allow only X11 forwarding in one way, so that only ssh -Y works and not ssh -X11:38
ubottuFreeNX is advanced remote desktop technology. For more information and install instructions, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeNX11:38
ActionParsnipFertakao: so they will need installing via wine to satisfy these files / settings11:38
Fertakaohmm i see11:39
erUSULAdmin__: i've seen it... maybe truecrypt did not load properly and etx3 is seing the Block bitmap encypted and it thinks it is corrupted ?11:39
ActionParsniperUSUL: if they are super portable they can be, lie ones you can just copy from machine to machine and run11:39
zvacet!virtualizers | Fertakao11:39
ubottuFertakao: There are several solutions for running other operating systems (or their programs) inside Ubuntu, while using the native CPU as much as possible: !QEmu (with !KQemu), !VirtualBox, !VMWare, as well as !WINE and !Cedega for Windows applications11:39
* cybic Ok - after "xinput list" i see a touchpad and a ps/2 mouse... so, trackpoint is the "ps/2" i suppose... how to configurate the pointer speed of this "ps/2"?11:39
erUSULAdmin__: really dunno you should ask the truecrypt developers/users. i'm sure they have a forum or mailing list to help people out with this kind of things11:39
Qtpaxacoz_: it works if I change resolution11:39
diogo_79i am having trouble with my graphic card ati radeon11:40
diogo_79this is appering in my dmesg logs [drm] Initialized radeon 1.29.0 20080528 on minor 011:40
diogo_79[   35.121172] mtrr: type mismatch for c0000000,10000000 old: write-back new: write-combining11:40
diogo_79[   35.341420] mtrr: type mismatch for c0000000,10000000 old: write-back new: write-combining11:40
diogo_79[   35.341486] mtrr: type mismatch for c0000000,10000000 old: write-back new: write-combining11:40
diogo_79[   35.341535] mtrr: type mismatch for c0000000,10000000 old: write-back new: write-combining11:40
FloodBot2diogo_79: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.11:40
Admin__erUSUL: do you think if i uninstall and reinstall truecrypt that may help ?11:40
coz_Qtpaxa,  ok  I thought it might... the  2048 is part of the intel video chip and cannot be changed  so you are kind of stuck with that unless you put in a video card  that can handle both monitors at high resolution11:40
erUSULActionParsnip: sure the same way i can run portable apps installed in winXP from a vista install ;P but the short answer was "no"11:40
coz_Qtpaxa,  nvidia I would suggest11:40
Lin20hi back11:41
Lin20this is the error iam getting11:41
ActionParsniperUSUL: i like the long answer, more detail11:41
Lin20error: unknow filesystem11:41
erUSULAdmin__: really dunno sorry never used it. my only recomendation is that you get the best help and that is the one from truecrypt expert users even developers11:41
Lin20entering rescue mode11:41
Qtpaxacoz_: is a laptop... and I used to be able to use compiz in both screens :(11:41
Lin20 grub rescue >11:41
coz_Qtpaxa,  oooo11:41
erUSULAdmin__: i've never used it myself11:41
zvacetdiogo_79:  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RadeonHD11:42
coz_Qtpaxa,   mm could be the current intel driver then11:42
silv3r_m00nhow to grep recursively ?11:42
erUSULAdmin__: maybe they have a channel here in freenode ?11:42
Qtpaxaand coz_ Checking screen 1Comparing resolution (2048x768) to maximum 3D texture size (2048): Passed.11:42
coz_Qtpaxa,  there is a ppa for testing intel driver11:42
Admin__i realy do not think its a truecrypt prom.11:42
Lin20hey zvacet11:42
coz_Qtpaxa,  cool11:42
dwardercan compiz interfere with realvnc client, my screen doesn't refresh?11:42
Admin__i think its a linux prom.11:42
zvacetLin20:  hi11:42
Admin__ok thnaks anyways11:42
Lin20i got a problem..11:42
Qtpaxacoz_: you think the problem is from intel drivers?11:42
Admin__bye guys have a good one11:42
Lin20my system is comiing with grub rescue > prompt11:43
zvacetLin20:  say it and somebody will help you11:43
coz_Qtpaxa,  well if you said you had this running prior on a different version of your distribution it could well be  but  I am not sure ...again I generally deal with nvidia issues  and adamk  is far more skilled with intel and ati11:43
raid0How can i eenable a disabled wireless wifi network adapter in Jaunty? my laptop's button doesnt work on linux, and the adapter is present at lspci11:43
Lin20okay when i boot up my computer comes up with an error: unknown filestem also its says11:43
DexterLBI got a new ATI radeon 9600xt. So I purged the old nvidia drivers, installed the ATI driver from envyng, dpkg-reconfigured xserver-xorg but X couldn't start so I went in recovery mode purged all fglrx stuff, dpkg-reconfigured X again and now it works11:44
Lin20entering  rescure  mode11:44
Lin20and comes up with   grub rescue >  prompt11:44
DexterLBbut ubuntu says that I haven't got any properitary drivers currently installed11:44
DexterLBbut compiz works great and I do have 3D, and it's a lot better than with NVidia11:44
DexterLBis it the open source driver that does the 3D?11:45
zvacetLin20:  type in terminal sudo fdisk -l and pastebin it here11:45
Lin20ok thx11:45
ActionParsnipDexterLB: if it doesnt affect anything, dont sweat it11:45
DexterLBnow how do I configure X to create a seperate X screen for the HDMI out?11:46
DexterLBwith nvidia I used nvidia-settings11:46
raid0any ideas on my problem?11:46
ubottuInformation about dual-head on linux can be found on http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/DualHead - See also !Xinerama11:46
ActionParsnipDexterLB: thats because nvidia rock :)11:46
bot_no sorry11:46
Lin20Zvacet here it is...11:46
DexterLByes I know nvidia is better11:46
DexterLBand ati is sort of from AMD11:47
DexterLBand AMD sucks11:47
ActionParsnipi dont mind amd11:47
ActionParsnipsemperons are nice cheap cpus for basic systems11:47
nurettini am upgraded kernel  2.6.24-25-generic11:47
nurettinand i cant use virtualbox11:48
raid0How can i eenable a disabled wireless  network adapter in Jaunty? my laptop's button doesnt work on linux, and the adapter is present at lspci11:48
zvacetLin20:  and where is Ubuntu because ubuntu use ext3 format11:48
DexterLBanyway they don't have new NVidia cards in our shops so I have to purchase one from ebay etc11:48
DexterLBbut I got this ati one for free so...11:48
erUSULraid0: unload blacklist the driver for it11:48
suppermannWhy does "ForwardX11Trusted yes" not work?11:48
Lin20so what ur saying this installation is borked11:48
ActionParsnipnurettin: tried reinstalling it?11:48
ubottuxinerama is an extension to !X to use two or more physical displays as one large virtual display. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/XineramaHowTo - See also !DualHead11:48
raid0erUSUL,  how do i do that?11:49
nurettinActionParsnip: no11:49
erUSUL!blacklist | raid011:49
ubotturaid0: To blacklist a module, edit /etc/modprobe.d/my_blacklist and add « blacklist <modulename> » to the end of that list - To explicitly load modules in a specific order, list them in /etc/initramfs-tools/modules and type « sudo update-initramfs -u »11:49
Lin20i had it before it comes up with grub rescure > prompt when i start the computer11:49
ActionParsnipnutterpc: sudo apt-get install --reinstall virtualbox-ose11:49
erUSULraid0: to unload a module do « sudo modprobe -r modulename »11:49
jan__hi all :)11:50
nurettinActionParsnip: i hate kernel upgrades11:50
zvacetLin20:  byb default ubuntu use ext3 format you will have to reinstall it I'm afraid maybe someone have solution for that but...11:50
ActionParsnipnurettin: they often arent necessary11:50
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about XFree8611:50
ActionParsnipnurettin: unless its security11:50
jan__does anybody know how to check in what mode my sata hdd is running? sata1 or sata2?11:50
nurettinActionParsnip: yes true.11:50
jan__with hdparm -I it does only show the drive is capable of..11:51
Lin20Action give a hand here m811:51
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ActionParsnipjan__: sudo lshw -C disk    may say11:51
zvacetnurettin:  in synaptic reinstall vbox11:51
ActionParsnipjan__: if anything you can look at the serial of the drive ou use and see whats going on11:52
Lin20can someone help pls11:52
ActionParsnipLin20: ive seen no question11:52
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Lin20ok here it is11:52
jan__lshw does show almost everything except the sata mode :D11:52
Lin20when i boot my system it comes up with error: unknow filesystem and also...its says11:53
ActionParsnipjan__: then like I said, websearch the disk serial11:53
Lin20entering rescue mode11:53
jan__well the disk is capable of sata211:53
jan__its a newer SSD11:53
ActionParsnipLin20: check your /etc/fstab is correct11:53
Lin20then goes into grub rescue > prompt11:53
nurettinzvacet: sudo apt-get remove virtualbox-ose11:53
jan__and my controller can handle sata 2, too11:53
ActionParsnipLin20: run: sudo fdisk -l    look at the partitions and types11:53
Chiselhuk_Plus1Could u plse let me know how to disable automatic updates on Ubuntu....I'm having trouble with my mobile b/band speed!11:53
ActionParsnipLin20: then run: sudo blkid     to get the IDs11:54
ActionParsnipLin20: then read fstab to make sure its all singing right11:54
zvacetnurettin:  no  just mark it for reinstall you have to do that after every kernel upgrade11:54
nurettinzvacet: http://pastebin.com/mbb3c95111:54
ActionParsnipjan__: then it will run at sata2 after the 2 negotiate and find they can both use the faster speed11:54
Fertakaothanks guys see ya11:54
dwarderwith realvns i can only see how desktop were look like when i connected, it doesn't refresh, any ideas why?11:54
gotunandanChiselhuk_Plus1, : Goto System -> Administration -> Software Sources11:55
Lin20ok its saying partition table entries are not in disk order Action11:55
gotunandanChiselhuk_Plus1, : Then the Updates tab and choose to only notify you about updates.11:55
ActionParsnipLin20: thats normal11:56
zvacetnurettin:  you have vbox before kernel upgrade and it worked fine?11:56
gotunandanChiselhuk_Plus1, : But its recommended to download the security updates whenever possible11:56
ActionParsnipLin20: just check the partitions on each disk and how the system is laid out11:56
nurettinvery good11:56
nurettinzvacet: yes very good.11:56
Chiselhuk_Plus1gotunandan: Thank you, am hoping the drop to 2g speed is only temporary!! :)11:56
ActionParsnipLin20: fstab uses usids now so you will need to make a note of the blkids you read and which partition they relate to and what file system it uses11:56
BurtybobHi al11:57
zvacetnurettin:  then just reinstalling from synaptic should get it back that worked for me11:57
BurtybobHi all*11:57
jan__ActionParsnip: yes i think so, but look: [    1.100138] ata1: SATA link up 3.0 Gbps (SStatus 123 SControl 300)11:57
jan__[    1.471305] ata2: SATA link up 1.5 Gbps (SStatus 113 SControl 300)11:57
nurettinzvacet: i must find virtualbox-ose-modules-2.6.24-25-generic11:57
Lin20no idea here lol11:57
BurtybobI can't install libphp-adodb with sudo apt-get install libphp-adodb it just dies and does nothing :'(11:58
ActionParsnipjan__: do you have a SATA optical drive?11:58
zvacetnurettin:  aren7t they in synaptic11:58
ActionParsnipjan__: one is ata1, the other is ata211:59
Chiselhuk_Plus1gotunandan: Would u say checking for updates weekly is sufficient, it was on daily!!11:59
nurettinzvacet: yes not in synaprtic11:59
jan__ActionParsnip: sry sry, didnt see ata1 and ata2 - yes, ata 2 is dvd11:59
jan__:D omfg11:59
ActionParsnipjan__: implying 2 different devices11:59
ActionParsnipjan__: ;)11:59
jan__ActionParsnip: yep yep im blind sry11:59
jan__ActionParsnip: but thx so far ;)11:59
ActionParsnipjan__: 1.5gbps off a dvd aint bad at all11:59
jan__ActionParsnip: :D:D that would be nice+12:00
nurettinzvacet: i will restart ubuntu in the kernel
ActionParsnipjan__: with a maintained read it could get there12:00
gotunandanChiselhuk_Plus1, : Checking for updates is different from downloading them, I personally allow it to check daily, but I decide when to download them depending on how fast the connection is at that time as well as whether the updates are critical or not12:00
jan__ActionParsnip: rly? but however, np :D12:01
jan__ActionParsnip: need to go, thank you12:01
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Chiselhuk_Plus1gotunandan: Thanks for your assistance. :)12:01
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zvacetnurettin: yes that can be solution12:02
fishspongehey people - i've just installed 8.04 LTS and am trying to install APC Powerchute Business Edition... but i'm having some problems...12:02
fishspongecan anyone guide me through getting my 8.04 LTS box to talk to the UPS (via RS232 serial connection) and then run a script before shutting itself down?12:02
fishspongei don't mind which piece of software we use, as long as it's reliable and can run a shell script if the battery gets low, before shutting itself down12:03
cham_eleonAny ideas what I can do if my gconf seems to work not correct? i.e. apps>metacity: all keys have a "<no value>" it started after gnome-power-manager displayed a notify.12:04
Burtybobcham: tried restartin?12:04
cham_eleonyeah sure :)12:05
cham_eleonhad this error some month ago, after a while it disappeared12:05
cham_eleonI can't change the desktop image, too - it does not save the settings, same with mouse or keyboard settings12:05
lucentfishsponge: it's not difficult but I don't have time to try to help you12:06
lucentfishsponge: just know that it's common and not impossible?12:06
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: can you use a pastebin and give the output of: ls -la ~/12:06
cham_eleonActionParsnip, I also tried rebuilding my home with a backup of a day everything worked fine, the error also appears with a new created user/home-dir12:07
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: its good to check though12:07
zvacetsee yo later12:08
Lin20nope nothing12:08
cham_eleonActionParsnip, I think its something else that has not to do with my homedir12:09
rahI am copying 465 GB data from one SATA drive to other SATA drive with p4,2.0ghz and 2.5 gb ram but its showing 6 hours remaining in ubuntu LIVE cd, please help me wrt this slow transfer rate or this is good transfer rate??12:09
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n8tuserrah 465 gigs should take you minimum a day for that immense size12:10
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: if you analyse the output of the command12:10
rahn8tuser , is it so that windows explorer copies faster than ubuntu???12:11
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: you need to be the owner of all that data12:11
sH0cKwAVehi all, i need to upgrade samba from 9.04 distro to version from upcoming 9.10 what's the correct way to do that?12:11
cham_eleonActionParsnip, I am12:11
n8tuserrah try it, if you are a windows troll, go to #windows12:11
cham_eleonActionParsnip, I also tried to make a recursive chown on my home with my user12:11
bazhangsH0cKwAVe, wait until karmic release then version upgrade12:11
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: best way, covers all12:12
r3zahi guys , whats u suggest me about best C and C++ IDE for ubunt ?12:12
cham_eleonActionParsnip, it doesn't have any effect for my problem .(12:12
ActionParsnip!ide | r3za12:12
ubottur3za: Programming editors/suites: Terminal-based: vi/vim, emacs - KDE: Kate, KDevelop, Quanta+, Umbrello - GNOME: gvim, gedit, anjuta, pida, monodevelop, geany - Others: eclipse, netbeans, QtCreator12:12
cham_eleonActionParsnip, I had this problem some month ago, I "accepted" this and after a while it disappeared... that was very weird.12:12
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: did you log a bg?12:12
sH0cKwAVebazhang: can't wait, i faced serious bag in 3.3.2, i need to do that immediately12:13
cham_eleonActionParsnip, I found one thats similiar to mine from 2008 :)12:13
bazhangsH0cKwAVe, dont mix and match repos of versions12:13
cham_eleonActionParsnip, http://tinyurl.com/yzoeosb <- this blog posts describes my problem (the amazing thing is, my name is ben too but i'm not the author of this entry)12:14
cham_eleonActionParsnip, his solution was it to switch do KDE but thats no option for me!12:14
sH0cKwAVebazhang: so i mean i have to compile it myself?12:14
sH0cKwAVeyou* mean12:14
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: weird12:14
voxsH0cKwAVe: you can wait a week for 9.10 to be officially released12:14
vox*or you can12:14
bazhangsH0cKwAVe, if you dont wish to version upgrade to karmic then yes12:15
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: as its sporadic theres no real fixes as it fixes itself, you'll have to watch closer what makes it work and not work12:15
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cjsHow do I make 9.10 stop displaying all the valid users in the GDM login screen?12:15
jrib!karmic | cjs12:15
ubottucjs: Karmic Koala is the codename for Ubuntu 9.10, due October 29th, 2009 - Karmic is BETA and MAY break - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+112:15
bazhangcjs, karmic discussion in #ubuntu+112:15
fishspongelucent, thank you for your response... i have found various things on google so far, but not a complete tutorial... i guess i'll have to keep searching!12:15
ageebrah, how much time/data left?12:15
{CyberFreak}hi all ! !12:15
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: or you could make a new user and copy your user data over but leave the gnome config folders12:15
bazhangageeb, he quit12:15
{CyberFreak}has anybody install lansafe on ubuntu?12:16
cham_eleonActionParsnip, the problem apeears with a new user too12:16
testi_Which music player for ubuntu can open m3u files?12:16
{[[AndEcA]]}k idioma hablais aki joder12:16
FloodBot2{[[AndEcA]]}: Please don't flood, use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste, don't use Enter as punctuation.12:16
{CyberFreak}is the powerware UPS client12:16
{[[AndEcA]]}FloodBot1 ok12:16
zhoujingruiwhy my sopcast donot have HBO channel?12:16
bartmonheya! Is there another option than zenity for GUI dialogs from bash?12:16
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: then definately log a bug or confirm the one you said you found12:16
zhoujingruiplease thanks12:16
bazhang{[[AndEcA]]}, please stop that; spanish support in #ubuntu-es12:16
cjsbazhang: Thanks.12:16
{[[AndEcA]]}bazhang gracias12:16
{[[AndEcA]]}MuaKsS!! MuaKsS!! MuaKsS!! MuaKsS!! MuaKsS!!12:16
icerootbartmon: kdialog (its kde, but working fine)12:17
cham_eleonActionParsnip, yeah I'm on my way, can't be true that there is such a crazy thing..12:17
cham_eleonActionParsnip, another thing i recognized after the gnome-power-manager notify was that my "close,minimize,maximize" buttons are missing (and my menu icons too!) - i rebuilt the window icons with manually setting button_layout with gconf-editor for metacity12:18
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: do you mean the window decorator bar?12:19
ActionParsnipor just the buttons12:19
cham_eleonActionParsnip, nope only the buttons, the borders, etc where still there (and i'm not using compiz)12:19
bartmoniceroot: thanks, i'l lgive it a look12:19
ActionParsnipcham_eleon: is it the same in a different theme?12:20
mudkipzAnyone ever had any luck getting Ubuntu and the dell biometic finger working?12:20
cham_eleonActionParsnip, yes it is, the crazy thing is, after I had this problem for first time i wasn't able to switch the theme, now i am but things like "background image" aren't working, only background color12:21
ActionParsnipyou got some weird stuff goig on dude12:21
cham_eleonYeah but I'm not the only one :)12:21
cham_eleonI will fill a bug in the next minutes12:21
cham_eleonI'm using Ubuntu/Linux for over 10 years.....12:21
cham_eleonI have many experiences but such a things is so f**kng wierd :)12:22
{CyberFreak}if anyone can help how can i install the lansafe powerware client ups12:22
{CyberFreak}please msg me12:22
riyonukI just installed wmii12:22
riyonukhow do I use it? :P12:22
{CyberFreak}thank you in advance12:22
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riyonukI just get this error :|12:22
riyonukriyonuk@riyonuk:~$ wmii12:22
riyonukwmii: fatal: another window manager is already running12:22
testi_I'm using totem as my music player, because any other music player i installed (banshee and rythmbox) were incapable of dealing with m3u files correctly. Is there a music player for ubuntu that can deal with m3u files?12:23
bazhanghttp://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=203080 riyonuk12:23
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ActionParsniptesti_: vlc plays them amazingly12:23
ActionParsniptesti_: all an m3u is, is a text file of files to play12:23
testi_ActionParsnip: but VLC is also more a video player than a music player. I'd like to have the ability to minimize to systray and rightclick on systray icon etc.12:24
ActionParsniptesti_: you can make them in a terminal or command prompt in windows12:24
riyonukOooh, gotta logout and set it, right. brb. Thanks bazhang [=12:24
ActionParsniptesti_: vlc has a tray icon12:24
karmicwhat is the difference between 'ctrl+c' and 'ctrl+z'.12:24
ActionParsnipkarmic: ctrl+c == copy   ctrl+x == undo12:25
ActionParsnip+z sorry12:25
ActionParsnip+x == cut12:25
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ActionParsnip+v == paste12:25
karmicin context of stopping a process12:26
ActionParsniptesti_: vlc is an everything player, it can also stream the audio out to people who are connected to it and also has a web interface for headless use12:26
jonnorkarmic: ctrl + z pauses it, and you can resume it in background or foreground12:26