syloni installed the meer cat just to try it out.. although xfce is pretty much unuseable due to https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xfce4-panel/+bug/586012  but yeah expected of such a pre alpha quality00:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 586012 in xfce4-panel (Ubuntu) "[Maverick] XFCE system tray became unusable after libgtk upgrade" [High,Triaged]00:54
sylonmaybe i will try out lucid in the mean time00:56
DrHalansylon maybe try out gnome or kde? works fine for me00:57
sylonDrHalan: yea thats an option but not enough resources, maybe will try lxde00:58
DrHalanjust saying. think those "small" DEs aren't maintained as good as Gnome for example00:58
sylonfair point but i have used kde and gnome in the past and my test pc doesnt have resources to run them, but yeah even on my main machine i use xfce01:00
sylonDrHalan: is it in a usable state mostly? like common apps, firefox/pidgin etc01:03
DrHalanyeah everything works fine01:03
sylonbtw what are these pae kernels if i run 32bits01:04
DrHalanif you need more than 4GB of RAM you have to use those01:05
DrHalanbecause 32bit normally doesnt support more ram01:05
sylonwhat? so 32bit linux can support > 4GB with these kernels?01:09
penguin42assuming that your hardware can01:10
DrHalanand normally if your hardware can you can also run 64bit ^^01:12
syloni got a amd 64bit cpu but prefer using 32bit os01:15
sylonand i guess ill continue to use 32bit till i get more ram and mainstream drops 32bit01:15
penguin42DrHalan: Although the reverse isn't true; e.g. this machine can only take 3GB RAM but can do 64bit01:16
DrHalanpenguin42: yeah sure.01:17
sylonyea my laptop is limited to 4GB01:17
DrHalansylon: what are you waitng for? the whole repository is compiled in 64-bit01:17
sylonDrHalan: well mainstream, yes i know theres 64bit repo but i use apps outside of the repo like flash plugin which is 32bit only and a few other things,  i dont wanna use nspluginwrapper or whatever01:18
DrHalanthere acutally is a 64bit flashplugin from adobe01:19
Volkodavuse 64 bit flash01:19
sylonDrHalan: read news, they dropped it01:19
DrHalani read it was discontiuned though...01:19
Volkodavstill works01:19
sylonthey had beta version, dropped for RTM01:19
DrHalanyeah well sucks...01:19
syloni also like to use offfical firefox builds and not ubuntu ones, which only recently started to be 64bit nightlies for v4.0 in the future01:20
DrHalanmh i use chromium :P01:20
Volkodavsylon: what stops you01:21
sylonwell i dont want to use it01:22
sylonunless i have to01:22
Volkodavfrom using offfical firefox builds and not ubuntu ones &01:22
sylonoh that, i like to use the built in automatic updates, they are faster than ubuntu and in browser01:23
Volkodavwe all use what we want - that's the freedom we have01:23
sylonyea i tried chromium, will come back to it when it was real ad blocking01:24
DrHalan"apt-get dist-upgrade" wants to remove xserver-xorg-video-all?01:24
sylondoes ubuntu kernel now use tux-on-ice patches?01:25
DrHalansylon: there is an improved hibernate?01:29
DrHalanlooking up tuxonice right now01:29
syloni been useing tux on ice for years, it used to be called suspend201:30
DrHalanoh and where exactly is the difference?01:31
syloni dont know, the built in one has never worked as well as this for me01:31
sylonmy current laptop has uptime of 100 days - cause i only ever hibernate it, never had this kind of stability with built in suspend01:32
DrHalanfor me neither hibernate nor suspend does work01:33
DrHalansuspend kinda does but after i resume my wlan is really slow01:33
DrHalanhope the new kernel improves that01:34
sylonmy wlan automatically connects on resume and everything works01:34
DrHalanseems like tux on ice is also supports graphical hibernate?01:34
DrHalanyeah here too but the connectivity is really low afterwards.. kinda strange01:34
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enavhello i need some orientations.....  this friday i was designed to migrate an entire office from Windows to Ubuntu... that is cool... but they want the office working like windows authentication model... i mean active directory to save users and apply administrative templates.... and so forth....   give me some links or ideas to implement ubuntu in my office04:04
Volkodavis there an option in installer for brtfs ?04:16
alex_mayorgahow borked is alpha 1?04:49
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edgyHi, I want to connect to another server using xdmcp, i tried tsclient and the option is disabled, looked for gdm and cannot find the option, how can I do that please?07:06
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om26erthere are a few bugs which are milstoned to a EOL versions resetting the target milestone is fine?10:09
vishom26er: unless we are the team's admin or members it is better not to change milestones.  you could ping the concerned team about the problem10:55
vishom26er: and probably it was a question for -bugs  ;)10:56
om26er_oh ok, and I asked in the wrong channel :)10:57
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yofelgreat... there I'm searching for why plasma forgets my widgets after logout in kde 4.511:55
yofelturns out it doesn't11:55
yofelit just creates a new activity on every login and switches to that...11:55
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DrHalanis there anohter upgrade to xorg 1.8 now?12:49
DrHalanaah wait lucid had 1.7 not 1.612:59
DrHalanwilll maveric update to x.org 1.9 at some point then?`12:59
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ubottuLaunchpad bug 527458 in indicator-application (Ubuntu) "please include status messages/tooltips" [Wishlist,Won't fix]14:17
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cwilluBUGa_vacantions, you don't give up on bugs14:35
BUGa_vacantionsI sure do14:35
BUGa_vacantionsI MUST clean my bug mail from worthless stuff14:36
arandDrHalan: It will indeed, as per the announcement on the mailing list.14:37
DrHalanthanks arand14:38
DrHalan1.8 still not working for me14:45
DrHalanalso grub boots kernel 2.6.3214:45
Ian_corne1.8 ruby you mean?14:45
DrHalanx.org 1.814:46
Ian_corneit works for me14:49
BUGa_vacantionsomg http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10_64bit.html15:32
BUGa_vacantionsno more 64bits flash15:32
Ian_cornefor now15:32
Daekdroomnot-so-new news15:32
Ian_cornenot even for windows 715:32
Ian_corneso i dunno15:32
Ian_corneor is it?15:32
DaekdroomNo 64bits at all for any OS for now15:33
Ian_corneI'm not too worried15:33
DaijoubuHello, i just tried the Alpha 1 on a live USB stick, but there was no /dev/dvb/ folder.Is the support for mantis drivers removed from the kernel?15:36
yofelthis plasma memory leak is getting annoying15:42
yofel27063 yofel     20   0 2430m 1.5g  10m D    7 40.8  31:43.17 plasma-desktop15:42
* yofel wonders what actually leaks memory there15:42
BUGa_vacantionsbad bot15:43
yofelI know15:43
yofelbut I'll first have to remove the widgets one by one to find the one that's broken, or if it's plasma itself15:44
DaijoubuIs the support for mantis driver devices removed from the kernel in Maverick?15:59
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yofelDaijoubu: which driver exactly? the 'mantis' driver is there in 2.6.35. Not sure about the alpha1 disk as that has 2.6.3416:13
Ian_cornemy laptop battery icond doesn't change the "fullness" anymmore16:21
Ian_corneit just shows full16:21
Ian_corneand i have to click to see how many minutes left16:21
funkyHatanyone have a workaround for fglrx and linux 2.6.35?16:56
knittlmy xorg uses a lot of cpu after some time. am i the only one?18:06
knittleverything gets really sluggish too18:07
rippsMy computer has been completely freezing recently, but I haven't found anything on past dmesg logs about it. Is there someway to capture some information before one of them happens?18:12
Ian_corneripps: ati?18:12
rippsIan_corne: yes18:12
rippsradeon 9600 pro, maverick18:12
Ian_corneI've changed my lucid box to the OS driver because it kept locking up18:13
Ian_corneit works really good18:13
rippsIan_corne: I'm not using fglrx, it doesn't support my card18:13
Ian_cornewell, sorry no experience with locking up on maverick with ati18:13
Ian_corneonly got my nvidia and intel box to maverick so far18:13
rippsit's not really locking up. It's like a complete system failure. my monitor turns off my keyboard's numlock light freezes and the harddrive light on desktop stops blinking18:14
rippsI've heard that there might be some agp issues with the recent radeon drm and drivers.18:15
Ian_corneWhat i've had was just a freeze18:16
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knittlXorg 42 % cpu18:36
knittli'm using nvidia-current as driver, could that be the cause?18:36
Ian_corneDid you do some upgrade?18:38
Ian_corneto 1.818:38
knittlthere's a lot of xserver-xorg packages kept back from updating18:39
Ian_corneThe following packages have unmet dependencies: xserver-xorg-core: Breaks: xserver-xorg-video-6 which is a virtual package.18:40
Ian_corneThe following actions will resolve these dependencies:18:40
Ian_corneRemove the following packages:18:40
Ian_corneSo i guess it could dirtify things18:40
knittli could test nouveau though18:41
knittlcould it be that firefox hogs up xorg somehow?18:48
matrixa1first thing I did when I installed lucid was completely blacklisting nouveau, then getting latest beta from nvidia18:58
matrixa1worked like a charm18:59
knittlwhy is everybody talking about lucid? meerkat is the next version18:59
matrixa1because meerkat also has nouveau as default18:59
yofelerm, nvidia-current will blacklist nouveau when you install it19:00
yofeland it works perfectly fine here (256)19:00
penguin42what is 'broadcast preferences' supposed to be? (It doesn't start for me)19:00
matrixa1yofel, 256.29?19:00
yofelmatrixa1: yes19:01
yofelthe x-updates ppa has it19:01
matrixa1looks like from now on my life will become a tad bit easier19:02
Sarvattthe nvidia-current in x-updates has a little problem though, the modaliases aren't getting extracted right because the format changed so it wont show up in jockey for most people19:22
Sarvattbut if its installed already it upgrades fine and you can still install with a package manager if you just make sure you have an /etc/X11/xorg.conf afterwards, sudo nvidia-xconfig if not19:23
BUGabundoyou mean X builds are done?19:23
BUGabundoI can upgrade at will Sarvatt?19:23
Sarvatti dont think tseliot ever uploaded it to maverick :(19:24
BUGabundoThe following packages have been kept back:19:24
BUGabundo  xserver-xorg{a} xserver-xorg-core{a} xserver-xorg-input-evdev{a} xserver-xorg-input-synaptics{a} xserver-xorg-input-wacom xserver-xorg-video-apm{a}   xserver-xorg-video-ark{a} xserver-xorg-video-chips{a} xserver-xorg-video-cirrus{a} xserver-xorg-video-fbdev{a} xserver-xorg-video-i128{a}   xserver-xorg-video-intel{a} xserver-xorg-video-mach64{a} xserver-xorg-video-mga{a} xserver-xorg-video-neomagic{a} xserver-xorg-video-nv{a}   xserver-xorg19:24
BUGabundo{a} xserver-xorg-video-tseng{a} xserver-xorg-video-v4l{a} xserver-xorg-video-vesa   xserver-xorg-video-vmware{a} xserver-xorg-video-voodoo{a}19:24
Sarvattall it needs is a no change rebuild, you can apt-get source nvidia-current, cd to the directory, dch -i to bump the version, and debuild -uc -us -b to make the debs19:25
Sarvattthen install the debs and you can upgrade fine19:25
BUGabundoill wait till aptitude says its ok19:26
BUGabundoyou guys are going to make it direct upload right?19:27
Sarvattactually no you can't do what I just said, you need to build against the newer xserver :)19:27
Sarvatti can't upload stuff19:27
Sarvattor i would have done it a week ago19:27
BUGabundowhy can't you do it ?19:28
BUGabundolost privs to archive?19:28
Sarvattnever had it :)19:29
BUGabundostart working for it :)19:30
BUGabundowith package only permitions you should be fine19:30
ripps*sigh* I want to try out Unity, but it hoplessly crashes in Ubuntu. There seems to be a problem deep in glib or gtk.19:33
gordripps, whats the error you are getting that makes you believe that the problem is in glib/gtk?19:59
rippsgord: backtrace led to glib. Check out #59292020:00
ubottuLaunchpad bug 592920 in unity (Ubuntu) "Unity crashes during startup" [Undecided,New]20:00
Daekdroom!info unity20:00
ubottuunity (source: unity): Unity Interface for Ubuntu Netbook Edition. In component main, is optional. Version 0.2.8-0ubuntu1 (maverick), package size 79 kB, installed size 776 kB20:01
gordactually no its a bad x window error. all the gtk warnings are indicators loading. could you attach the output of glxinfo to the bug as well?20:02
rippsgord: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/50279359/glxinfo20:04
gordripps, looks like you don't have the GL_ARB_texture_non_power_of_two extension which iirc we require to run20:08
ripps...okay... what can I do about it?20:08
gordif your hardware supports the extension (if its old, it won't) then you could try installing the ati binary drivers20:09
gordsorry amd drivers, its amd now not ati20:09
rippsgord: sorry, too old. radeon 9600 pro (rv350)20:09
gordripps, yeah sorry, thats fairly old. doubt it supports non power of two textures at all :(20:10
rippsthat seems kinda dumb, unity should be capable on running older hardware. alot of people use r300-r500 ati cards20:11
Volkodavis there an option in installer to choose btrfs ?20:12
gordripps, unity is designed to run on netbooks not desktops. ala: we target the features that are offered to us by gpu's used in netbooks. we are not targeting older hardware sorry20:13
* ripps goes to the corner an pouts20:13
rippsis it possible that a fork could be made that works with older hardware? There alot of cool features with it that I think would be great on desktops, not just netbooks20:14
knittlnouveau is crap, it does not support my 1920x120020:14
om26erbetter than -nv atleast20:15
knittlit worked with nv, but now i only have 1600x120020:15
knittland second screen is blank (worked with nvidia-current)20:16
penguin42curious, just noticed when I click on the button at the top-right to shutdown my maverick guest it draws a little red highlight around my terminal launcher on my panel - I'm sure there is a reason - it looks more deliberate than bug20:16
knittlpenguin42: my pidgin launcher is highlighted too20:17
penguin42curious isn't it20:18
knittlthe monitor tool doesn't like my nouveau20:18
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knittlhow can i find out my current graphics driver?20:18
rippshmm... it seems that it might be possible to work around the GL_ARB_texture_non_power_of_two in Gallium, by having it run through a softpipe.20:19
yofelknittl: check which one is used in Xorg.0.log20:25
knittlyofel: must be nouveau, because glxgears shows something :>20:26
knittlhrm, what do i need to install to have full nouveau?20:26
knittlright now i only get 1600x120020:27
rippsactually, yes. I see from someone testing r300g, That their mesa supports non_power_of_two.20:27
knittland the right side of the screen is left!20:27
yofeldunno, IIRC you only need xserver-xorg-video-nouveau and libdrm-nouvau120:28
knittlhm, it still tries to load nvidia :-/20:28
yofelknittl: deleted your xorg.conf?20:28
knittlyofel: yes20:28
yofelnouveau doesn't need one20:28
knittlmoved it to xorg.conf.xinerama20:28
yofelthen I don't get why it would use nvidia o.O20:29
bjsniderknittl, if you put the horizsync/vertrefresh values in the xorg.conf you will get your native resolution20:29
yofelknittl: and you *removed* nvidia?20:29
knittlxorg log says »can't load module nvidia«20:29
knittlyofel: yes, i deleted it to be able to update all packages20:29
yofelodd then20:29
knittli'll reinstall nouveau then try to kill x and restart it20:30
knittlhm no, still weird20:30
knittlbjsnider: ehm ok, how can i get a xorg.conf back without using the .xinerama version for nvidia?20:30
knittland how do i know the values for hsync and vrefresh20:31
knittli mean, i could just install nvidia-current again and remove all xserver-xorg-video-* packages :D20:33
yofelno need to remove them, just install nvidia-current and reboot20:33
knittlyofel: installing nvidia-current removes them20:34
knittldependency issues ^^20:34
knittland do i have to reboot? isn't it enough to restart X?20:34
knittlmaybe that's the only problem20:34
BUGabundoPLEASE use jockey to do that20:34
BUGabundodon't use apt20:34
BUGabundoyou need to downgrade20:35
BUGabundothe current package needs a nochange rebuild20:35
BUGabundoat least from what I recall of what Sarvatt sair20:35
DaijoubuIs support for mantis driver devices removed from the kernel of Maverick ?20:36
knittlBUGabundo: jockey never worked reliably for me20:36
BUGabundoit should20:36
BUGabundodid you file bugs for it ?20:36
knittlBUGabundo: so how long will it take for the packages to be updated20:36
knittli'll try a system reboot20:36
knittlnot an x restart20:37
BUGabundoask him20:37
BUGabundoor better20:37
knittlapt worked reasonably well for me in the past20:37
knittlat least to install nvidia-current20:37
knittland jockey was broken a lot when the -modaliases packages were out of date20:37
* knittl rebooting20:37
DaijoubuNo one knows?20:38
yofelknittl: the new nvidia-current package in the x-updates ppa (256.29) won't remove them20:38
yofelDaijoubu: that's a bit hard to say, the driver is there, maybe some fw issue? got the kernel log?20:39
yofelDaijoubu: and did you try a daily build now or still just alpha1?20:40
Daijoubuyofel no i used Live USb stick.If the driver is active there is a /dev/dvb/ folder, but there isn't such.If mantis is not removed it should work20:40
Daijoubuyofel only Alpha1, i think that after updating on live usb, after reboot it erases any changes20:41
yofelif it's a persistent usb image it won't forget all updates, but I don't think you can upgrade the kernel20:42
ubottuDaily builds of the CD images of the current development version of Ubuntu are available at http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily/current/ and http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/current/20:42
Daijoubuthank si will try that20:42
bjsniderknittl, used to be sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg would get you a plain xorg.conf. may be it still does20:43
Daijoubuyofel is there any contious effort for detecting/installing the dvb devices with the mantis driver in the kernel, or additional steps are required to make things work?20:43
yofelno idea20:44
Daijoubuyofel which link should i use?!20:44
yofelthe second one, daily-live20:46
Ian_corneanyone else have flash problems in google-chrome-unstable ?20:46
Ian_corneit's annoying, flash doesn't work in google-chrome-unstable, does work in firefox20:47
Ian_corneand it does work in google-chrome-unstable on my other box20:47
Ian_cornepurge and reinstall didn't fix it20:48
knittlok, looks way better now20:49
knittlfsck took a while to run20:49
knittlnow let's try the second screen20:50
knittlOH MY20:50
knittli plugged it in and it came to life20:50
knittlin full resolution20:50
knittlwtf, now this is great20:50
BUGabundoknittl: calm down :)20:50
knittlno, this is incredible20:50
BUGabundoIan_corne: chromium from daily ppa works fine with latest flash20:51
BUGabundoit does die a lot20:51
Ian_corneI'm gonna check that now20:52
bjsniderwhat version of flash?20:52
Ian_corneand google-chrome-unstable also has the latest flash20:52
knittli can even rotate the screen. woohooo20:52
Ian_cornebut it just shows a grey box20:52
BUGabundobjsnider: the new one20:52
BUGabundoknittl: rotaion on nvidia?20:53
BUGabundothat's a first20:53
knittlBUGabundo: no, nouveau20:53
BUGabundoyeah that works20:53
BUGabundojust don't try any fancy 3Ds20:53
knittlthat driver now works better than nvidia-current20:53
knittl1300 frames in 5 seconds seem ok20:53
bjsniderah, no it does not20:53
BUGabundono it doesn't20:53
BUGabundodon't make me like wanna try it20:53
Ian_corneyou won't get descent stuff in google earth either :p20:53
knittlBUGabundo: that's only glxgears20:54
BUGabundo$ glxgears -fullscreen20:54
BUGabundo1084 frames in 5.0 seconds20:54
knittleven ttys are in a beautiful small resolution now20:54
BUGabundo90fps in compiz benchmark20:54
BUGabundoyeah, ttys look nicer20:55
BUGabundoand boot is faster20:55
knittl28 frames in 5.2 seconds :D20:55
knittlbut fullscreen here is 3840x120020:55
knittlmaximized window on 1920x1200 is 55 frames20:56
Ian_corne$ glxgears -fullscreen20:56
Ian_corne269 frames in 5.0 seconds20:56
BUGabundoIan_corne: ppooooorrrr you20:56
knittlnot too fast, but i okey :D20:56
Ian_corneIntel baby!20:56
BUGabundoyofel: how about you on kde?20:56
BUGabundoI remember someone in here having a SLI20:57
BUGabundowho was it ?20:57
knittlhm, blender on both screens lags a bit, but it's still usable for me20:57
knittlhaha, this is bigtime fun20:58
arandHaven't got any updates for a day or so, is there some arbitrary freeze going on or if my apt misbehaving?20:58
Ian_cornethere's updates20:59
Ian_cornein the x thingy20:59
Ian_cornebut it's breaking :p20:59
knittlthe only stupid thing with 1920x1200 + 1920x1080 is, that i can move my mouse outside the monitor on the smaller one21:00
BUGabundobut you can also place them exactly as IRL21:01
BUGabundonot just virtually side by side21:01
BUGabundooverlaping is a dope21:01
knittlyes, but that doesn't change stuff ^^21:01
knittli could still move outside21:01
knittland they are virtually placed the exact same way21:02
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knittlbottom edge aligned, top edge not21:02
arandI think I pulled in most of x a day ago, since then, nuffink.21:02
knittlmuahhaa, i never thought nouveau will work so well21:03
Ian_corneit works well for 2d21:04
knittlit even works well enough for 3d21:04
Ian_corneI don' tknow how it peforms for full hd vids for example21:04
knittloh, i could test21:04
knittlneed to know it anyway21:04
knittlwhere's the sintel trailer?21:05
arandknittl: Wha? Even compositing?21:05
knittlarand: i use plain metacity21:05
Ian_cornecompositing works with noveau21:05
knittlsintel trailer in 1080p plays without problems21:06
arandIan_corne: Reasonable as well?21:06
knittlcpu usage between 30 and 60 %21:06
Ian_cornearand: I'm sorry i can't really give a clear answer21:06
Ian_cornemy box is so old21:06
Ian_cornei'm happy if it runs anything :D21:06
BUGabundoknittl: big buck bunny ?21:09
knittlthat's on my external drive21:09
knittlsintel trailer is in my downloads folder21:09
BUGabundoI always have BBB on hand :)21:15
knittlbig buck bunny21:16
knittlnew sintel renders are just awesome21:17
Daijoubuyofel, well no dev/dvb/ folder again, what long file should i look at or pastebin? o-o21:19
Ian_corneBUGabundo: chromium does work21:32
Ian_corneit annoys me :(21:32
yofelDaijoubu: does dmesg mention the driver?21:32
BUGabundoIan_corne: use it instead21:32
BUGabundoblobs suck anyway21:32
Ian_cornewhat does google-chrome have as advantage?21:33
yofelknittl: about compositing, it does work here, but about half of my kwin effects don't work21:33
BUGabundoIan_corne: nothing ?21:33
Ian_corneok :p21:34
yofelbut better than nothing at least21:34
knittlyofel: i only used kwin once, when metacity was broken21:34
knittli hated it :D21:34
Ian_corneBUGabundo: the icon is yellow/red :p21:34
yofelwell, kwin is KDE, either you love or you hate it :P21:34
Ian_corneinstead of blue white21:34
BUGabundoIan_corne: otoh chromium builds from fta are done to match each release of ubuntu, you do have some limited support21:34
BUGabundoworks nicer with flash, codecs, etc21:35
knittlyofel: i'm on the hate side ;)21:35
BUGabundoAND no phone home :)21:35
knittlalthough some apps are too simple in gnome21:35
BUGabundoI like blue :D21:35
yofelwell, I think compiz won't work perfectly too with nouveau, but most things should work21:35
Ian_corneBUGabundo: I don't mind phone home21:36
Ian_corneunlike others, I like targeted adds21:36
BUGabundoits not that21:36
Ian_corneif I'm to view ads anyways21:36
BUGabundoyou still get those21:36
BUGabundowait... what ads?21:36
Ian_corneI don't run adblock unless it blocks the site from viewing correctly21:36
Ian_corneboo, chromium can only import from ff21:40
Ian_cornenot from google-chrome21:40
* BUGabundo likes https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/aeoigbhkilbllfomkmmilbfochhlgdmh21:40
BUGabundoIan_corne: erk risc a copy profile?21:40
Ian_corneI won't21:41
Ian_cornedon't want to break flash again :p21:41
BUGabundoif it does just make a new profile21:41
Ian_corneI'm scared!21:42
* BUGabundo feeds Ian_corne with some placebo pills21:47
Daijoubuyofel, i can't find anything that makes sense for the device, with lspci -vvn  the device is listed as "04:05.0 0480: 1822:4e35 (rev 01), Subsystem: 153b:1179,Control: I/O- Mem+ BusMaster+ SpecCycle- MemWINV- VGASnoop- ParErr- Stepping- SERR- FastB2B- DisINTx-,21:50
Daijoubugosh when will linux have something as simple as hardware manager in windows -_-''21:51
DanaGtry "update-pciids"21:51
yofelerr... then I'm out of ideas, I'm not a kernel expert, you should file a bug with 'ubuntu-bug linux' and select 'regression-potential' when asked about regressions.21:52
Daijoubuyofel, why there's not strategy for dvb devices in ubuntu? I think in OpenSuse or Mandriva forgot which one, you can chose to install your card with GUI, and even though my device was not installed by default i was able to make it work with the gui with 3 clicks21:55
DaijoubuDanaG, i did this, emm what's this supposed to do?21:56
yofelerr.. please don't ask ME, I don't know much about dvb cards, the only one I have works perfectly fine in lucid, and I didn't try maverick there yet21:56
Daijoubuyofel, yours works out of the box?21:57
yofelyes, I only have to set up the channel list in kaffeine21:58
Daijoubuok then can someone take a look at this page please http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/TerraTec_Cinergy_S2_PCI_HD_CI21:58
Daijoubuit says that "Mantis driver is included in kernel version => 2.6.33-rc6."21:59
yofelwell, there is a 'mantis' module, but modinfo only says "description:    MANTIS driver"22:00
yofeltried loading the module by hand?22:00
BUGabundoIan_corne: https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/mabenbhpjlchigbbpafligkdnlhjbmel?hl=en LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLL22:01
yofelsee, nothing is more than nothing :D22:02
Daijoubuyofel, huh that seamed to work i think o-o can't install Me Tv from software center though, no install button22:02
DanaGDaijoubu: what that's supposed to do is to give you names for things.22:02
Daijoubunever mind i will try Kaffeine22:03
yofel*sigh*, when will the text colors be finally fixed in webkit, with my dark theme SC is almost unusable as some text has the same color as the background...22:05
Ian_cornesame with eclipse22:06
yofelactually any webkit stuff is broken like that, like rekonq22:07
Ian_corneAren't there some global values that apps can use, based on the theme?22:09
Ian_corneIt's weird that this is still an issue22:09
yofelwell, it works mostly, only the text color seems to be hardcoded in webkit22:11
gnomefreakit worked ;)22:24
gnomefreakwell not really22:24
gnomefreakinstead of saving 100+ backgrounds it only saved the one that i had in use in .gconf22:30
BUGabundo 1400      0      0       1748K   2.5G   1.8G     0K     0K  45% nautilus22:42
BUGabundodid nautilus start leaking!?!?!22:42
BUGabundosure tis a 4k images dir22:43
BUGabundobut still22:43
=== jtechidna is now known as JontheEchidna
Ian_corneBUGabundo: it's all the tumbs probably22:58
Ian_cornego to another dir and check if it goes down22:58
BUGabundonow I'm the one afraid22:59
BUGabundoneed it to finish22:59
gnomefreakok my day is done ;)23:17
gnomefreakBUGabundo: the daily DVD images are they alternate or live or does it matter? none tell me what installer it is23:23
gnomefreakexample http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/cdimage/dvd/current/23:24
gnomefreak1 dvd contains both?23:24
* gnomefreak likeing this23:25
BUGabundothat's why I usually sync the DVDs and cdlive23:25
gnomefreakBUGabundo: makes sence23:28
* psusi loves being able to pick up his running root volume and move it to another disk on the fly23:29
gnomefreakok now i think that covers today, smoke and see if i forgot anything that cant wait until tomorrow23:31
ajmitchsigh at NZ mirrors being ~2 weeks out of date23:33
BUGabundoahahah ajmitch23:34
BUGabundoyeah that always happens23:34
ajmitchwell, one of them is out of date23:34
ajmitchnz2.a.u.c seems ok23:35
BUGabundothat part of the world seems to lack some serious bw23:35
BUGabundoIan_corne: aaaaaah23:36
BUGabundoahaha I'm still lauthing23:37
gnomefreakit seems the alt. isos are back up but they are still oversized. i suspect mon. or tues. they will be puylled off page again23:40
* gnomefreak sees pattern :)23:40

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