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pteagueoh yay... now X is completely making the screen go blank01:37
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pteaguedoesn't seem to be any problems in Xorg log - http://pastebin.com/TcqH50ka - but now as i reboot the xfce mouse shows up & then the screen goes blank... turning the monitor off & then back on shows the desktop for about 2 seconds & then goes blank again :(02:05
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omgh4xWhen i boot xubuntu to install off the live cd, it goes to black screen. i think it might be my intel onboard graphics?02:55
jimisrvroxhey anybody around?04:25
jimisrvroxhey julian_04:30
jimisrvroxare you good with xubuntu?04:30
* psycho_oreos peers in04:31
julian_nope - just starting04:31
psycho_oreos!anyone| jimisrvrox04:31
ubottujimisrvrox: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?04:31
jimisrvroxhey guys ive got an issue and havent a clue as to what to do....I boot up the machine (ubuntu) and when it gets to the login screen my keyboard/mouse freeze. I can replug my mouse and it will move but my kb doesnt come back...what do I need to edit or do for my keyboard to work during login?04:31
julian_what is best touchpad support?04:32
julian_How  to turn off tapping while typing04:33
psycho_oreosjimisrvrox, which xubuntu version is this?04:33
julian_Xubuntu 9.10 just downloaded and installed04:34
psycho_oreosjulian_, I think you'll find that the touchpad support is driver specific if you're talking about the differences with driver support04:34
jimisrvroxsomebody was saying it had to do with AL04:35
julian_Thanks,  I need to rtfm before asking again.  I will be back.04:35
jimisrvroxproblem is even starting in recovery mode kb shuts off04:36
jimisrvroxso I cant do the ps aux to check for the hal process04:36
psycho_oreosjimisrvrox, hmm, it could be HAL related issue, which is generally alleviated in latter versions of xubuntu04:36
jimisrvroxobviously I also couldnt reach a terminal either04:36
psycho_oreosare the keyboard and mouse sharing the same USB? (i.e. keyboard and mouse are PS/2 and you have a converter to make them share one USB port)04:38
jimisrvroxso...the last messages I get are init: udevtrigger main process (253) terminated with status 1 next message applies to (254) then (252) killed by TERM signal now..the 254 message is the same as 253 only number changed04:38
jimisrvroxkb is ps2 and mouse is usb04:38
jimisrvroxwhat I can do though...is let it load all the way to the login screen and I can unplug the mouse and replug and it will move...but the keyboard just flashes and goes off again04:39
psycho_oreosyeah udev quit abnormally, but that message isn't very verbose :/04:39
psycho_oreoswould you happen to have a USB to PS/2 converter to convert the USB mouse into PS/2?04:40
jimisrvroxunfortunately not04:41
psycho_oreosbugger, if you unplugged the mouse, the keyboard works?04:43
psycho_oreosok, is this computer the same machine you're chatting to me with?04:45
psycho_oreossee if you can get into grub menu, I don't know about grubv2 but I recall its Esc button for v1, edit the kernel line to boot into console mode04:46
jimisrvroxwell I can log into the grub menu04:48
jimisrvroxlet me do that04:48
jimisrvroxbut I can only log into recovery mode..select which kernel to use04:48
psycho_oreosyeah and there should be a button to hit to edit the command line, `e' is for v1, give that a go04:49
jimisrvroxok give me a minute04:49
jimisrvroxok im into the edit mode04:51
jimisrvroxnow what/04:51
psycho_oreosedit the kernel line and append 204:51
jimisrvroxok im not an expert at this stuff so....04:53
jimisrvroxIve got the kernel line selected04:53
jimisrvroxand so go into edit mode on the kernel line04:54
jimisrvroxand add what/04:54
psycho_oreosthe number "2" without the quotes at the end04:54
jimisrvroxok so then it would read ro quiet splash 204:55
psycho_oreosdelete the words splash04:56
jimisrvroxok added the number 2 to the end of hte line and told it to boot..04:57
jimisrvroxkeyboard went off04:57
psycho_oreosdid it boot GUI?04:58
jimisrvroxit boots but no kb04:59
psycho_oreosinstead of 2, replace it with single05:01
jimisrvroxafter runnign /scripts/init-bottom it sorta freezes and then brings up fsck05:02
jimisrvroxand where the keyboard shuts off is where it shows the starting up.... and then the screen goes black for a millisecond and then comes back with starting up... when it comes back to the starting up...tthats where the led's go off05:03
psycho_oreosis this with 2 or with single?05:07
jimisrvroxthats with 205:08
psycho_oreostry now with single05:08
jimisrvroxadded the word single to the end...05:09
jimisrvroxsame result05:09
psycho_oreosinstead of 2 and deleted the word splash?05:09
psycho_oreosand you still get GUI?05:10
psycho_oreosyou're not editing it right, normally it shouldn't boot into GUI05:16
jimisrvroxumm yeah I went and edited the kernel line..then pressed b to boot05:17
jimisrvroxand it went to the gui05:17
jimisrvroxstrange...if I dont add it to the kernel line..and add single at the end of the stuff..the machine restarts!05:19
sabotI am using xubuntu and the deafult network program network manager. I have been trying for a while to connect my machine to my home network wirelessly. The network currently has no security and works on windows machines, but on my linux machine I keep getting  "<info>  (wlan0): DHCP transaction took too long, stopping it." in the log file. Can someone please help me?05:20
psycho_oreosit has to be added in the kernel line, under v1 you normally hit enter which would show you what grub would boot up the option as05:20
jimisrvroxheres something else thats strange..05:21
jimisrvroxwhen the led's go off..and its at the starting up screen...I can press ctrl+alt+pause..and alpha-numeric characters show up05:21
jimisrvrox^[[P is what I get when pressing ctrl alt pause05:24
psycho_oreosthat's somewhat typical05:26
jimisrvroxsomebody is saying that I might not have SAK turned on05:27
jimisrvroxhow would I turn that on in the kernel line?05:27
psycho_oreosI've never heard of SAK05:27
jimisrvroxim afraid my distro might be bricked!05:29
psycho_oreosit isn't bricked and distro can't be bricked, if anything its the kernel but if the kernel is bricked you won't even be able to boot it up normally let alone getting into X05:30
psycho_oreoshave you given 10.04 a try?05:30
jimisrvroxthats what im working with!05:32
psycho_oreosyou said you had 9.1005:32
jimisrvroxoh heh sorry05:33
psycho_oreosso which one is it? 9.10 or 10.04?05:33
jimisrvroxsee if I could get into a console..05:33
jimisrvrox10.04 as far as I know05:33
psycho_oreos10.04 and 9.10 has different kernel versions, and afaik ubuntu by default would have the versions printed in grub menu05:34
jimisrvroxit does05:34
psycho_oreoshave you tried plugging usb mouse into other usb ports?05:35
jimisrvroxmouse is fine05:35
jimisrvroxI can plug/unplug it05:35
jimisrvroxkeyboard doesnt resond05:35
jimisrvroxand its a ps205:35
psycho_oreosI'm thinking it could also be IRQ issue :p05:36
psycho_oreosdo remember that before you could edit the grub menu which is a perfect indication that it was working05:36
jimisrvroxoh god..05:36
jimisrvroxits been a LONG time since IRQ issues!05:36
psycho_oreosand yeah its rare for that to happen but buggy bios/controllers can mess up setup sometimes05:37
psycho_oreosHAL issue wouldn't apply in this case if you're also using 10.04 as afaik xorg is now HAL-free along with the rest of the programs05:38
jimisrvroxsee if I could access the console..05:38
jimisrvroxI would just cp the /home dir over to a flash drive and wipe this b** clean...and throw on linux mint05:38
jimisrvroxyeah another guy was saying just disable usb legacy support05:39
jimisrvroxin bios05:39
psycho_oreoslinux mint should have a live desktop if you didn't get the alternative version05:39
psycho_oreosthat might also help, disabling USB legacy support05:39
jimisrvroxturned off usb controller..05:43
jimisrvroxdid nothing05:43
jimisrvroxsabot: ive had that issue before..05:47
jimisrvroxand the best thing to do is to take your interface down and put it back up05:47
jimisrvroxtheres two commands and I dont remember them..but they take nm down and start it back up05:47
jimisrvroxwell I know its an OS problem because I just booted the live CD and keyboard and everything works fine05:53
psycho_oreosfor 10.04?05:54
jimisrvroxim just gonna overwrite the xubuntu with mint for now05:59
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nicofsCan someone help me control my CPU-/fan speed?10:03
Gianabanai've got a problem with wireless connection10:22
GianabanaI don't know how to scan wireless connection10:23
GianabanaCan someone help me plz?10:25
psycho_oreosuse networkmanager, click on the network manager icon10:25
ubottunetworkmanager is an application to make (wireless) networking Just Work. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/NetworkManager10:25
Gianabanais "Network connections" the same?10:27
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psycho_oreosfrom where? right click on the icon and click on about10:31
GianabanaI'm on xubuntu, there's not network manager (now i'm using another computer)10:32
psycho_oreosthere should be, which version of xubuntu you installed?10:33
GianabanaLucid Lynx10:34
psycho_oreoswell there should be an icon for it, look for something like two computers in an icon10:36
Gianabanawell... i think that network connection is the same10:38
Gianabanait looks like10:38
Gianabananetwork manager10:38
TheSheepnext to the clock10:38
Gianabanai tried iwconfig on the terminal end there's no wireless connections10:41
psycho_oreospastebin (not paste) your lspci -nnk   output10:41
Gianabanalo    no wireless extensions10:43
Gianabanaeth0         no wireless extensions.10:44
knome!pastebin | Gianabana10:45
ubottuGianabana: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use 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 topic.10:45
Gianabanathe xubuntu computer is not connected, i cannot pastebin anything, i can only rewrite10:47
knomeGianabana, you could rewrite in pastebin, thanks10:47
psycho_oreoswell physically hook up the network cable10:47
ubottuFor posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use 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 topic.10:48
psycho_oreosor do sneaker net style10:48
Gianabanapsycho_oreos here i am10:58
psycho_oreosGianabana, on the xubuntu computer? go into terminal and type in "lspci -nnk" (without quotes), copy and paste that into websites like pastebin.com10:59
Gianabanagianni@gianni-laptop:~$ sudo iwconfig11:01
Gianabana[sudo] password for gianni:11:01
Gianabanalo        no wireless extensions.11:01
Gianabanaeth0      no wireless extensions.11:01
psycho_oreosI didn't say iwconfig and knome said to use pastebin11:02
Gianabanagianni@gianni-laptop:~$ lspci -nnk11:03
Gianabana00:00.0 Host bridge [0600]: ATI Technologies Inc RS200/RS200M AGP Bridge [IGP 340M] [1002:cbb2] (rev 02)11:03
GianabanaKernel driver in use: agpgart-ati11:03
GianabanaKernel modules: ati-agp11:03
Gianabana00:01.0 PCI bridge [0604]: ATI Technologies Inc PCI Bridge [IGP 340M] [1002:7010]11:03
GianabanaKernel modules: shpchp11:03
Gianabana00:06.0 Multimedia audio controller [0401]: ALi Corporation M5451 PCI AC-Link Controller Audio Device [10b9:5451] (rev 02)11:03
GianabanaKernel driver in use: ALI 545111:03
GianabanaKernel modules: snd-ali545111:04
Gianabana00:07.0 ISA bridge [0601]: ALi Corporation M1533/M1535/M1543 PCI to ISA Bridge [Aladdin IV/V/V+] [10b9:1533]11:04
GianabanaKernel modules: alim7101_wdt, alim1535_wdt11:04
Gianabana00:08.0 Modem [0703]: ALi Corporation M5457 AC'97 Modem Controller [10b9:5457]11:04
Gianabana00:0a.0 CardBus bridge [0607]: O2 Micro, Inc. OZ601/6912/711E0 CardBus/SmartCardBus Controller [1217:6972]11:04
GianabanaKernel driver in use: yenta_cardbus11:04
GianabanaKernel modules: yenta_socket11:04
Gianabana00:0b.0 USB Controller [0c03]: VIA Technologies, Inc. VT82xxxxx UHCI USB 1.1 Controller [1106:3038] (rev 50)11:04
knomeGianabana, PLEASE use pastebin.11:04
knome!pastebin | Gianabana11:04
ubottuGianabana: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use 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 topic.11:04
* psycho_oreos thinks someone is struggling to comprehend, probably because of language barrier11:05
knomeGianabana, understood?11:05
Gianabanai've been on ubuntu.pastebi.com11:06
knomeGianabana, yes, please paste your outputs there, and give us the link11:06
knomeGianabana, do NOT paste directly into the channel11:06
Gianabanaah! Ok, understood11:06
GianabanaI'm really sorry, i had not understood11:07
Gianabanahere is it11:07
knomeGianabana, no problem, glad to have it sorted out :)11:08
knomethere's also an italian ubuntu channel11:08
ubottuVai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)11:08
knomethey do also answer for xubuntu-related questions11:08
knomebut feel free to ask here as well of course11:08
Gianabanathank you so much11:09
knomeno problem11:09
psycho_oreosyou don't have wireless card, not from that pasted output11:10
Gianabanaisn't it like windows? I' mean: if don't have the right driver the computer doesn't recognize the hardware11:12
psycho_oreos1) linux isn't windows 2) if your tv doesn't have microwave function, can you actually put microwave in it to become microwave as well?11:13
psycho_oreos3) and no it seems like the linux kernel couldn't see it, so its either powered off or disconnected or there's no such device11:14
Gianabanai said "like windows" because it was the easiest way to explain it11:15
Gianabanaso... no wireless card, good...11:15
Gianabanathank you so much11:18
Gianabanasorry for my bad english11:18
psycho_oreosmaybe its wireless USB dongle?11:19
Gianabanano, i've not got it11:20
Gianabanai thought there was a built in wireless card11:21
psycho_oreoswell it doesn't appear like it does11:23
psycho_oreosor maybe a damaged/dead card11:23
Gianabanais it difficult to set a usb wireless dongle?11:23
psycho_oreosas long as you buy a supported chipset that is inside the usb wireless dongle11:24
Gianabanawhich one is supported?11:26
psycho_oreossome dlink maybe.. depends on your budget11:26
knomei have an asus dongle that works11:27
knomewasn't that expensive11:27
knome" The Free Software Foundation recommends the Ralink 2500/RT2400 and Realtek RTL8180 chipsets. "11:28
psycho_oreosI wouldn't recommend: netgear, belkin, trendnet, linksys, and 3com... they all have very bad versioning11:28
psycho_oreosath9k_htc supports usb devices along with ar9170/carl9170, which brings atheros 802.11n capable wireless usb chipsets to supported state11:29
Gianabanawelli... i'll see11:34
psycho_oreosand I generally recommend ones with external antenna connectors, such as RP-SMA.. they're mostly on less well known brands but they usually feature well supported chipsets plus they allow you to have better connectivity should you decide to connect to a better antenna, etc11:36
Gianabanathank u so much11:38
Gianabanamaybe i'll purchase one of theme11:39
psycho_oreoshawking/edimax/alfa/ubiquiti would be the ones I definitely recommend11:39
psycho_oreosyou pay more but you also pay more for reassurance that you're not going to get screwed around with some unsupported chipset that will give you more headaches11:40
Gianabanathank you so much11:45
Gianabanamaybe i'll buy one of them11:45
jarnosI can set only a poor resolution for my external CRT in 10.04, 9.10 is better. 1024x768 is in the output of xrandr, however.11:57
jarnosI guess this is the case: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Troubleshooting/Resolution#Problem:%20%20Resolution%20with%20Intel%20graphics%20was%20correct%20in%20Intrepid/Jaunty/Karmic%20%28with%20no%20xorg.conf%20configuration%29%20but%20is%20limited%20in%20Lucid12:21
nicofshello! Is there any telephony/sms software for ubuntu/linux? i am not talking about VoIP - i've got an integrated modem and a SIM card...13:29
psycho_oreosmobile broadband?13:53
nicofspsycho_oreos: no, a regular old-fashioned phone call as i using a cell phone...13:55
nicofs*as if13:55
nicofspsycho_oreos: i tried ofono and smstools, the first doesn't work and as for smstools, i don't have the slightest idea how to start the programme...13:56
psycho_oreosnicofs, no I doubt it, I personally don't think there are many tools for normal phones. Most of them I know are proprietary and can only do a handful of things13:58
nicofspsycho_oreos: well... sending an sms would be a good start...13:58
psycho_oreosnicofs, I know nokia pc-suite for nokia phones (windows only) allows one to send and receive SMS through their computer14:02
Sysi(sorry, android-irc)14:04
nicofspsycho_oreos: i was thinking of such a software... i am trying to realise some sort of all-in-one device in using my netbook to phone, chat and write sms when stationary... some sort of communication hub...14:04
psycho_oreosnicofs, I personally am not aware of many as such, these sorts of stuff are quite ironically funny to be missing or part thereof under linux, vendors just don't see linux as a formidable platform to work with hence the lack of support as such14:06
Sysiminicom can send sms at least14:06
TheMadSkepticNicofs, do you have google voice? It allows sending sms - but through a google voice number.14:06
psycho_oreosminicom allows one to communicate with the device via serial/parallel/USB communication ports.. but it doesn't do much when you don't know the serial codes to make certain devices send and receive :)14:07
psycho_oreoserr send and receive SMS14:07
psycho_oreosalmost all phones have some sort of proprietary communication protocol in which they interface with the host computer14:08
Sysimy friend sent sms from netbook through samsung galaxy, with minicom14:09
nicofsthe thing is... when i'm at home or in my office, i have my netbook running skype, icq and such anyway... and the headset strapped to my head. i might as well put my sim card into my netbook and use that one headset for all calls... and the comfortable qwertz-keyboard for chat and sms...14:09
psycho_oreosgalaxy? runs android.. yeah linux phones can probably do that with certain amounts of ease14:10
nicofsthe best thing would be some sort of Sim-support in skype...14:13
psycho_oreosyou should email that request/feature to skype, it has nothing to do with ubuntu14:15
nicofsi know... it was just a thought about a perfect world^^14:15
psycho_oreoswelcome to reality where everything is real :P14:16
psycho_oreosand no like I said there's limited programs written for linux to have telephony support14:16
ubottugrub is the default boot manager for Ubuntu releases before Karmic (9.10). Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - GRUB how-tos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto - See !grub2 for Karmic onwards.15:26
subspideri need to configure the list of options in grub can someone tell what file is ??15:27
subspideri have 9 xubuntu should i update or not ??15:31
knomexubuntu 9.what?15:31
charlie-tcasubspider: in a terminal, lsb_release -a15:33
subspiderhello charlie-tca15:34
charlie-tcaThat will tell us the version you have15:34
subspideris xubuntu 10.04 good15:35
ridinif you use wireless, then no15:37
charlie-tcaOkay, 9.10 is good until April 201115:37
knomeridin, excuse me?15:37
charlie-tcaridin: doesn't that depend on the wireless card?15:37
ridinbut all wireless cards i got just don't like xubuntu15:37
knomeridin, please stop spreading the negative attitude and scaring people from upgrading15:38
charlie-tcaSo, for YOU, it is not good15:38
ridinbut for dsl and modem people, it's good15:38
charlie-tcaand for many with wireless15:38
knomewell, too bad i'm on lucid with wlan that worked ootb15:38
knomewhich actually never earlier did work ootb15:38
knomeso it's definitely an improvement15:39
ridincomplete opposite15:40
knomei'm sorry, but that's no reason to spread negative attitude. please stop it.15:40
ridinidk, i'm the only one with this problem ;x15:41
knomeridin, probably not15:41
knomeridin, have you tried using other kernel versions?15:42
ridini'm using karmic, or at least a distro based from karmic15:42
ridinonly 32-14 iirc works15:42
knomeso why not use that? and what does 'distro based from karmic15:43
knome... ' mean15:43
ridinyou can't get it in 10.0415:43
ridinlinux mint 815:43
knomeokay, this is not a mint support channel.15:43
ridini know that.15:44
ridinbut we were birdwalking :p15:44
subspideri have xubuntu it's working great just afraid of upgrading15:44
ridinsubspider, if you're happy with what you have, then you don't need to upgrade15:44
ridinunless you wanna give it a shot15:44
charlie-tcasubspider: grab a desktop cd and try it. If it works, upgrading should be fine15:45
subspideri upgrage from 8 to 915:45
subspidermaybe later15:45
charlie-tcaJust make sure to read the release notes first15:45
subspiderok charlie-tca15:45
ridinsubspider, quick question, what's your wireless15:46
knomeridin, please stop that.15:46
subspiderints intel15:47
ridinokay, i have no clue with that stuff15:47
subspider2200 W15:47
subspiderbut sorry to say almost evrywireless work with xubuntu15:48
subspiderat least for me15:48
subspiderhave dlink15:48
subspiderbroadcom the worst i've seen15:48
subspiderbut work great15:48
ridinthere's an open-source driver for broadcom now15:49
subspiderridin, you always can use ndiswrapper15:50
subspideryea i know now i have that working15:50
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subspideri can't edit gub.cfg15:52
subspidercan someone help15:52
ridinyou're not supposed to15:52
subspiderthe most special thing of using linux is the ability to configure the things so it's sopose to be a way of editing entries of grub15:53
knomesubspider, grub2 is not using grub.conf15:54
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager since Ubuntu 9.10.  For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub215:54
charlie-tcasubspider: normally now you edit in /etc/default/grub15:54
subspiderthnks charlie-tca knome and sorry15:54
subspideralways learning15:54
knomesubspider, no problem15:54
charlie-tcanp, ask and we will attempt to answer15:55
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Dehscan anyone here help me set up a static ip without asking me 50 useless questions beforehand?17:28
charlie-tcaWhat version?17:28
over-hillHow may I change my display resolution?18:35
knome!resolution | over-hill18:36
ubottuover-hill: The 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/Resolution18:36
knomeyou're welcome18:37
bigghosthi everybody ;)19:09
charlie-tca!hi | bigghost19:15
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bigghosthi. yes i've a big problem with the new kernel 2.6.32-24 generic and my nvidia 7050pv gfx onboard and the onboard soundcard. the sound is crackling with the new kernel but not with the old one 2.6.32-21. have you any idea? ;-)19:18
bigghostthis happens only. if the nvidia driver is installed. without. everything is okay with the sound. (sorry. for my bad english. i'm from germany)19:20
charlie-tcaYour english is fine. Do you need 3d video ?19:30
charlie-tcaAre you installing the nvidia driver from System -> Hardware Drivers ?19:32
bigghostyes. some times for blender 3d. i have tested both. the hardware drivers from the system and the new one from nvidia. but it's the same problem. (p.s. amd64)19:34
bigghosti've try something. replacing the alsa-drivers 1.0.21 to 1.0.23. try to use the linux-alsa drivers spezific for the gerneric kernel from ppa:ubuntu-audio-dev. without any result.19:39
charlie-tcavideo hardware drivers should not be affecting the sound. You might need to ask if #ubuntu-audio-help . they are the experts in sound issues19:40
bigghostI thought too. but if i uninstall the video drivers. everything is okay. makes me wonder.19:43
bigghostthank you. for your tip. i will ask there.19:45
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