Sachse_SiechtumEverytime my Xubuntu loads, my audio is muted. Why is that?00:55
cody-somervilleSachse_Siechtum, It sounds like you have pulseaudio installed.01:12
Sachse_SiechtumYes I have.01:13
cody-somervilleIts a bug in pulseaudio.01:15
Sachse_SiechtumI see.01:15
Sachse_Siechtumand there is no workaround?01:16
cody-somervilleSachse_Siechtum, I think the work around is unmuting your volume after booting unfortunately.01:28
Sachse_Siechtum*laugh* Alright.01:28
cody-somervilleI think the bug is fixed in Lucid.01:29
cody-somervilleThe current development release01:29
cody-somervilleSachse_Siechtum, Can you uninstall pulseaudio?01:29
cody-somervilleThats another option that might work.01:29
Sachse_SiechtumWell. except this mute thing, Pulse audio works alright. Working with my soundcard and my 5.1 soundsystem ect.01:30
rr72ok thought it was just me that it mutes01:34
rr72and I can't unmute it w/ my hotkey.01:34
Sachse_SiechtumI always unute it when I click on the audio symbol...01:36
Sachse_Siechtumok thanks....and gone01:39
levihello, I have an amd64 with xubuntu and flash crashing my system03:13
whatramWhen updating in aptitude (in CLI on karmic), how long does it usually take? I'm using the MTU LUG mirror since it's close and it says "Waiting for headers" for a few minutes and then i just cancel because i think it isn't working...04:34
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jimisrvroxIf anybody has a minute I would appreciate some help with my rt2500 that is showing device not managed. I went to nm settings and changed the ifupdown=false to true and restarted nm-applet but it did nothing.06:01
acmeincanyone around?08:06
cody-somervilleI'm heading to bed here soon but I'm sure other folks can field your answer soon or when they unidle08:11
acmeinctrying to find what an example failing drive (write error) in var log messages would loook like08:12
cody-somervilleIt would say something like I/O Error: Failed to write08:14
acmeincya i figured something "like" but im wondering if anyone actually seen one...setting up auto notifcation to sift through message log to report and drive failure08:14
acmeincthanks though08:20
MyrttiI just run smartmontools every six months08:22
acmeinchave you ever had an error?08:23
Myrttisome small, some bigger.08:23
acmeincanything recent? for instance in the past week?08:24
acmeincif so you can grep your /var/log/messages....perhaps there is an example entry08:24
Myrttinope, nothing in a year or so08:26
acmeinceh...alright...thx anyways..i will hack through smartmontools though to what exactly it monitors08:27
acmeincMyrtti: btw i found one...thx again08:35
zilkomaaCould some one help me please, after ubuntu 9.10 install i cant boot to windows xp from grub. After pressing enter in grub menu it only loads grub menu again, no error messages and nothing.  Here is the disk info's windows xp is on sda1: http://paste.ubuntu.com/365124/  and here grub.cfg http://paste.ubuntu.com/365126/11:20
CodyH23Could anyone help me figure out how to get the Broadcom B43 wireless driver on a Xubuntu 9.10 Live USB Drive?11:33
CodyH23When Xubuntu loads it says that there are drivers to be installed (Broadcom B43), but when I click to 'activate' it gives some sort of message in regards to not being able to access somethinganother.ubuntu.com I belive.11:38
CodyH23Is there anyway I can copy the drivers onto the USB drive while I'm in Windows?11:39
Sysiyou can't use wire?11:39
CodyH23I'm not that familiar with Linux otherwise I'm sure I could figure it out.11:40
CodyH23Not currently.11:40
CodyH23I had a similar situation with a regular Ubuntu LiveCD, but it was able to active the Broadcom B43 without issue.11:41
CodyH23I think I found a possible solution using the LiveCD. I'm going to give it a try. Thanks anyways.http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=128886511:46
mecoAs my PC is quite sparingly configured, would I benefit from swithcing from Ubuntu to Xubuntu?14:40
meco(It has a 2GHz Pentium 4 and 512MB RAM)14:41
Sysimight be14:41
Sysiyou van try, just install xubuntu-desktop to "ubuntu"14:41
TheSheepthat will leave some ubuntu services like pulseaudio and such though14:43
mecoI'll try what Sysi suggested14:43
SysiTheSheep: isn't there pulseaudio also in xubuntu?14:44
TheSheepSysi: no15:02
Sysibut still gnome volume manager?15:03
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Balsaqwhat is that?17:16
charlie-tcaNot sure, but freenode says there is no such nick17:17
Balsaqmy nick or someone else?17:17
charlie-tcasomeone else, "avyw"17:17
charlie-tcaIt is happening on a couple of channels today17:18
Balsaqalmost looked like a personal message too me17:18
Sysiit's happening on every bigger channel in freenoe17:18
Balsaqthere is a lot i don't know about this spam17:18
charlie-tcaI don't see it on ubuntu+1, though17:19
Sysi+r or +R?17:19
charlie-tcadon't know17:20
charlie-tcalooks like =r17:20
Sysiyeah, that keeps it away17:20
charlie-tcaI never thought of that17:20
Sysiit means that you need to register to say anything there17:20
Sysior join there17:21
charlie-tcaI see17:22
Sysioh yea, you can talk if you already are there17:22
Sysi+R means that you van join but no talk17:22
cody-somervillecharlie-tca, * avyw has quit (K-lined)17:51
cody-somervillecharlie-tca, k-lined == ban17:51
cody-somervilleGood! The fellow was spamming us. :)17:51
Balsaqthank you17:52
charlie-tcahe was spamming several channels17:52
Balsaqif i am in a channel, and i have a green dot in front of my name and i am on top of the list in the channel, am i the channel OP?18:25
charlie-tcathe green dot can be different things in different irc clients.18:32
charlie-tcaI never saw them in XChat, but in weechat, channel ops are designated with a green @ symbol18:32
Sachse_SiechtumWhats the meaning of life, of the universe and everything else?18:33
charlie-tcaSachse_Siechtum: 4218:33
* genii makes 42 cups of coffee18:34
Sachse_Siechtumcharlie. oh ok. .-)18:34
szczupakabrahow can I reduce my laptop's screen brightness on xfce?19:33
kkkappahey, i need help for my sound card. Can anyone help me?19:52
Kristoffe1Hi, I have a question19:56
ubottuPlease 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. :-)20:00
Kristoffe1yes, sorry I was checking for activity. but while waiting I think I resolved my problem ;-)20:04
K1llianpeople are still fuckin morons on freenode it seems :/20:04
K1llianannouncing they have a question20:04
Sysithose spamming people are crazy20:05
Sysiso, you have a question?20:05
cody-somervilleKristoffe1, Sorry about that. Killian's response was inappropriate.20:14
Kristoffe1no problem20:16
rr72cody-somerville~ did I do something wrong? I was just trying to help and to get them to ask their question21:11
cody-somervillerr72, No, you didn't do anything wrong. Killian did.21:12
kkkappai need help with my audio. Can nyone help me?22:21
ubottuPlease 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. :-)22:27
ron_odownloading to my 8gb sansa clip. It's USB 2.0 and it starts off very fast, but then after about 250MB it then slows down to a crawl.23:01
ron_ois there anything that could tell me what is going on? dmesg | tail doesn't say much about it.23:01
TheSheepron_o: 250MB of cache?23:11
TheSheepron_o: flash disks are very slow to write to23:11
ron_ousb2.0 though? and it's a sansa... you think 250mb cache?23:13
ron_o1.2 GB took over 5 minutes.23:13
TheSheepI may be wrong, but from what I know about flash disks, you can only erase/write a whole block at a time. So it caches writes, waits until it gets a whole block worth of them, and then writes that.23:14
TheSheepnot sure how large the blocks are, though, 250MB seems a little large23:15
TheSheep250kB sounds more likely23:15
ron_oTheSheep, you are right. Sansa clip writes at about 4-5Mb/s..23:15
ron_othat's pretty slow. At least it's not my fault. :) thanks.23:16
ron_oit must be some sort of cache.23:16

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