Daekdroombug 174809 has been there for quite awhile..01:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 174809 in nautilus (Ubuntu) "Nautilus using more and more memory (depending on the system up-time)" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/17480901:09
penguin42now to see if this thing hibernates01:15
Random832hey how much disk space does MM require? considering installing it on a VM01:35
ubottuHardware requirements to install, boot and comfortably use Ubuntu are listed at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SystemRequirements - For a !flavor with lower requirements, see !Xubuntu01:36
rwwas far as I know, the above applies to Maverick too01:36
DaekdroomYeah. Maverick is very similar to Lucid.01:37
rwwI'm using < 4GB right now with ubuntu-desktop installed01:37
Random832hmm i've got an external drive i could offload stuff onto (or just put the image on that)01:38
Random832i hate having only a 30GB hard drive01:38
yofelRandom832: a fresh desktop installation takes about 2.7GB IIRC, so you're fine with 4GB if that's all you need01:48
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aloonLucid didn't work out to good for my sony vaio F111FD i7 core with Nvidia , many things work out of the box in maverick05:16
aloonPlus my laptop is a lot quieter in maverick with the nvidia driver working good. Now my only problem is that when I fn F-key to a virtual terminal the screen is blank05:17
safetynetHello - Is someone willing to help me try and get my Cups printing service going again - Would be much appreciated.....05:50
robertzaccourwill libtheora be fixed in time for maverick?07:06
slyrus_will mplayer mp4 audio sync be fixed in time for maverick? :)07:28
robertzaccourwill libtheora be fixed in time for maverick?07:28
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penguin42well, hibernate/resume seems to work11:55
penguin42anyone else seen an odd screen saver behaviour where it fades out SLOWLY and won't let you interrupt it?14:25
penguin42It's bug 59555514:30
ubottuLaunchpad bug 595555 in gnome-screensaver (Ubuntu) "screensaver can't be interrupted once fade begins" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/59555514:30
BUGabundonice bug id14:32
BUGabundoeasy to memorize14:32
penguin42well I tend not to memorize the ids :-)14:32
* BUGabundo subs14:32
duffydacknice, the volume applets track slider works15:07
duffydackwell, somewhat.15:08
DaekdroomIt's still kinda buggy.15:08
vishpenguin42: seems like the bug has returned , there was a similar issue earlier15:08
DaekdroomIt lags a few seconds behind rhythmbox counter.15:08
penguin42does everyone else have a pair of clocks in the panel? One from indicator-applet and one from clock ?15:08
vishi mean in the earlier releases , karmic?15:09
Daekdroompenguin42, I don't15:09
BUGabundopenguin42: do you have unity?15:09
vishpenguin42: indicator-datetime15:09
penguin42BUGabundo: Not installed15:09
vishpenguin42: you might have tried it earlier?15:09
BUGabundoI had two clocks when I had unity15:09
penguin42vish: Yes I might have tried unity15:09
penguin42vish: So how do I remove indicator-datetime?15:10
vishpenguin42: yeah , it needs to be removed15:10
vishpenguin42: just uninstall the package15:10
penguin42ok, there's no right way from the GUI to just tell it not to run15:10
penguin42pity, the only problem I have with it is that it only shows time and not date15:11
vishpenguin42: its installed when you install the unity ppa , and if you want it gone , you need to remove indicator-datetime...15:11
vishpenguin42: well , it will be going in as a replacement at some point ;)15:11
vishreplacement to the clock.. , either for 10.10 or 11.0415:11
penguin42vish: Yeh which is OK, but I'd be annoyed if it lost the ability to show the date15:12
vishdepends on how well , progress is being made.. it might land in 10.10 too :p15:12
penguin42no point in replacing things by new version of the same thing if they lose simple functionality15:12
Daekdroompenguin42, but apparently, indicator-datetime is going to have a more user-friendly interface.15:13
DaekdroomInstead of having to go through hordes of menus to change date etc.15:13
penguin42Daekdroom: Yeh OK, but that's something I do very rarely15:15
Daekdroompenguin42, I usually don't do it either, but it annoys the hell out of me being unable to find where to change the time15:15
Daekdroomand pretty much everything is moving into the indicator.15:16
penguin42Daekdroom: System->admin->time & date - doesn't seem unreasonable15:16
Daekdroombug 1 is annoying :|15:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1 in Ubuntu "Microsoft has a majority market share" [Critical,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/115:25
BUGabundoby now I consider the continues replies more annoying then the bug it self :S15:27
DrHalannautilus seems to leak memory for me..16:16
penguin42DrHalan: Yeh had a few people say that16:24
DrHalanwell in the beginning i thought it was related to ubuntuone but thats removed for some time already16:25
DaekdroomIt's a openbug in launchpad16:48
Daekdroombug 17480916:49
ubottuLaunchpad bug 174809 in nautilus (Ubuntu) "Nautilus using more and more memory (depending on the system up-time)" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/17480916:49
penguin42is there a wiki page for common maverick problems?16:53
penguin42there are a few of these that coming up16:53
DanaG[    3.015786] RAMDISK: Couldn't find valid RAM disk image starting at 0.17:04
DanaG[    3.031682] VFS: Cannot open root device "sda6" or unknown-block(0,0)17:04
DanaGTrying to EFI-boot.17:04
DanaGWhy is ahci no longer built-in?17:04
fil1hi, anyone has problem with xorg-edgers PPA and the last build of xorg ( using nvidia-current?18:56
fil1the system boot always in low graphic mode.19:01
mikeconceptsis there a channel for ubuntu respins? pinguy for example.19:36
fil1no one has problem with xorg-edgers PPA?20:42
BUGabundonot using it20:43
yofelfil1: I think asking in #ubuntu-x makes sense too if you're using edgers, I don't think many of us here are using it21:40
DrHalani wouldnt use a lot of ppas with the development veriosn22:40
DrHalanokay maybe he is using lucid22:40
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