chairmaobut they just say update flash00:00
chairmaoand on chromium00:00
ehwRight so echo '$hostname' literally prints $hostname00:00
jukenehw: '' makes it literal00:00
ehwjuken: Correct00:00
jukenehw: wasn't sure if you were asking a question or telling someone else, sorry :P00:01
SlickT10my touchpad freezes after resuming from sleep and never comes back till I restart. What can I do?00:01
ehwjuken: Hehe00:01
chairmaoreally annoying because sometimes it works00:01
cayneehw: and that is where my problem started... I question if I should even be playing around with scripting an entire server installation if I have a hard time getting something so simple to work...00:02
ehwjuken: Need to remember to include usernames, it's a busy channel ;)00:02
jukenehw: indeed, lots of traffic, hehe00:02
Suit_Of_Sablesdoes anyone know what repo LAME is in? apt-get install lame  can't find it with the default repos00:02
ehwcayne: gotta start somewhere!00:02
jukencayne: what language?00:03
cayneehw: bash00:03
caynejuken: bash00:03
jukencayne: I find O'Reilly books to be great resources :)00:03
cayneehw: yeah but if I make a mistake while setting up certificates, installing services and applications en masse, and the like I could imagine I would have a nightmare tracking down the bugs that will inevitably pop up00:04
Reallycoolsfill seems to have frozen up, how can I get it to work?00:04
caynejuken: I have actually seen a couple of those before... I might need to look into getting my paws on the BASH one00:04
high-rezBack again.  I cannot figure out for the life of my what the 'correct' way is to obtain the /exact/ kernel source for the version i'm running including the version magic - so that I can build a kernel module against the specific version of the kernel i'm currently running (which is likely to be an older version than what is current in ubuntu).  Any of you know how this would be achieved ?00:05
ehwcayne: True enough; otoh doing it all by hand each time can introduce other unexpectedness00:05
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cayneehw: yeah... I've done it by hand like 5 times in the past week and I keep wiping it and redoing it trying to get it to play nicely with what I want it to do00:07
gerrinanybody know any Gba and/or N64 emulators that will work in 10.10 without and compiling or configuring00:07
jongbergshi, i'm considering to setup network monitoring software which do you recommend among the tw? Nagios vs OpenNMS..thanks for you opinion.00:08
xanguagerrin: look at software centre00:08
* ehw heading out, night all 00:08
gerrini have looked, and all of them have very choppy audio00:09
cayneanyone willing to take a look at my horrible mess of a script before I call it working and throw it into action? I'd love a few extra sets of eyes that are not bash rookies like me to check it out and tell me what I screwed up on? http://pastebin.com/FVm8K4R800:09
berto_i see a package that is marked for deletion in aptitude (id  virtualbox-ose-guest-utils) how do i tell aptitude to clean itself up; i.e. go ahead and remove the package?00:11
Unirgy_hi, for some reason my ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS is stuck with php 5.2, where should i look, maybe there's a limit on upgrade for it?00:11
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SlickT10any one have any idea how to get a trackpad to wake after the computer resumes from sleep. Mine freezes after the first sleep and has be restarted to restore functionality to the trackpad00:12
rhin0silly one -- ubuntu 10.04 "click to show appointments or tasks" irritatingly covers the clock display even when the mouse isn't on it -- is there any other clock with seconds -- or a way to disable this?00:13
skutr3hey im installing ubuntu using 64gb how big should swap be???00:13
xanguaUnigy compile a newer version or upgrade your distro00:13
rhin0just covers the clock -- look at the clock "click to show appointnmetns or tasks" covering it00:13
Unirgyxangua it is 10.04.1 LTS - shouldn't be fine?00:13
mickster04skutr3: how much ram00:13
skutr3mickster04: uhh00:13
FrozenFireHow might I go about setting up auto-mount of a LUKS device upon login, based on my password?00:13
skutr3mickster04: hold on00:13
mickster04skutr3: because that's how you work out your swap00:14
mickster04!swap > skutr300:14
ubottuskutr3, please see my private message00:14
_antant_I take it I can't ln -s source destination in fstab itself00:15
skutr3mickster04: how do i find RAM in ubuntu?00:15
MeanEYEevening. is there an easy way to setup home encryption after installation?00:15
rhin0ok -- disable mouseover notifications00:15
skutr3mickster04: i got 3gb of ram00:16
mickster04skutr3: see your private message00:16
PolahHow come Startup Disk Creator can't burn a minimal image onto a flash drive?00:17
skutr3mickster04: i looked it didnt tell me how much it should be it just tells me what swap does00:17
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giikerhi everyone, I'm going to install ubuntu on a flash drive, anyone can recomend me a fast file system to choose?00:18
Bakerconspiracypolah: use unetbootin00:18
Bakerconspiracyits much easier00:18
MeanEYEevening. is there an easy way to setup home encryption after installation?00:19
TohuwMeanEYE: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=144916800:20
Bakerconspiracymey mean eye00:20
PolahBakerconspiracy, thank you very much00:20
Bakerconspiracyno prob man00:20
TohuwHas anyone successfully installed redmine using postfix for the email backend? If so, can I take a gander at your email.yml?00:21
PolahWould I be right in understanding that the minimal install has the kernel, a command line and nothing else?00:21
Polahor thereabouts00:21
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Reallycoolsfill seems to have frozen up, how can I get it to work?00:24
TohuwPolah: The minimal install contains significantly more than that. Its primary purpose is to not include packages in the image. Rather, it downloads them all using a text-based installer. See http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/minimal to get an idea.00:24
BakerconspiracyIm not sure00:24
jongbergshi, i'm considering to setup network monitoring software which do you recommend among the tw? Nagios vs OpenNMS..thanks for you opinion.00:26
pyropheliais it possible to force mdadm to check itself?00:27
pyropheliabesides echo "check" > /sys/block/md/foo/bar  I can't seem to write to that file00:28
Reallycooldisregard me, my estimates for time were off by about 2 hours00:28
digilinkevening.... I'm having a problem with connecting from a Windows box with RealVNC client and it comes up with an error: setpf: not 8,16, or 32 bpp? Up on googling it is suggested that the VNC server is sending 24bpp which the client does not support and to edit /etc/vnc.conf, however it is not present. I am running Ubuntu 10.10... any ideas?00:28
dominicdinadahow do i reset a default view for a folder when nautilis wont even open the folder with 16,000 files.... somehow the view got switch to details and it locks up every time i try to open the folder00:29
giikerneed a recomendation of a file system to install ubuntu on a flash drive?!00:31
berto_found the answer: aptitude install to _remove_ a package scheduled for deletion.00:31
mayhemCan anyone help with Ubuntu 10.10 intel graphics 915gms and compiz ?00:31
mickster04giiker: use fat32?00:32
Tohuw!anyone | mayhem00:32
ubottumayhem: 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? See also !details, !gq, and !poll.00:32
Polahmickster04, giiker, FAT32 it is00:32
dave6558Hello.10.10..Can anyone tell me why my screen would stay bright after i exit a game like world of warcraft00:33
mayhemok, Compiz and visual effects no longer work on my intel 915gms graphics... Passes all Compiz tests any ideas00:33
ubottuPlease give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."00:34
dominicdinadahow do i reset a default view for a folder when nautilis wont even open the folder with 16,000 files.... somehow the view got switch to details and it locks up every time i try to open the folder00:34
ShawnRiskhow do I network two linux computers together to transfer files wirelessly?00:34
mickster04ShawnRisk: samba might work?00:35
ShawnRiskmickster04: I thought samba was for linux to windows00:35
ubottuSamba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT.00:35
nellieeI need some help formatting a 250 gig ide slave hard disk to a fat32 with ubuntu 10.04  gparted is not working. I just coppied all files to my desktop and am ready to format just not having any luck00:35
mickster04ShawnRisk: well it will work fine between linux too?00:35
PolahNelliee: What do you mean it isn't working?00:36
nellieePolah,  gparted acts like it is coming up and then just goes away without running00:36
giikermickster04: I have used it before, but want to experience with other file systems to see which is faster on a USB drive....00:37
mickster04giiker: no, on usb you want fat32, ntfsd wouldn't help much00:37
mickster04giiker: and i don't know if ext# will work either00:37
mickster04giiker: it's a pen drive, you won't have any speed increase by chanigng the file type.00:38
mickster04r/type/giiker: system00:38
mayhemrunning Ubuntu Desktop 10.10 kernel 2.6.3 Linux5-27-generic, Intel Intel Corporation Mobile 915GM/GMS/910GML Express Graphics Controller (rev 03), Visual effects cannot be enable. Used to work00:38
MeanEYEthis is really crap00:38
MeanEYEam kind of sick reinstalling ubuntu for some stupid options00:38
MeanEYEI HATE lazy programmers00:38
PolahNelliee: How are you running it?00:38
mickster04MeanEYE: options? and why do you need to reinstsall?00:38
Logan_!compiz | mayhem00:39
ubottumayhem: Compiz (compositing window manager), for a howto see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager and more help #compiz00:39
MeanEYEmickster04: I forgot to create my user with encrypted home, now it's pain in the ass to migrate home directory to encrypted one and my system gets dirty in the process00:39
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nellieePolah,  System administration gparted .  it shows up on lower bar like it is going to run and then nothing00:40
mickster04MeanEYE: what else have you had to reinstall for?00:40
Polahnelliee: Remove it and install again00:40
nellieePolah,  k00:41
MeanEYEmickster04: :D forgot this laptop has 4GB of ram and I installed 32bit00:41
Random101I've used ubuntu before and nothing has ever happened (bad), but now it won't start. The screen flashes EXTREMELY quick and says "Missing 'loadfront'" and "missing something.exe" (can't read it quick enough), and it says "No webildur" (or whatever that is) Any help will be appreciated.00:41
giikermickster04: I think I have used ext# before, I think it was ext3 anyway, I thought changin a file system would really give a speed bump somehow...00:41
PolahMeanEYE: 32-bit can use up to 4GB00:41
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MeanEYEPolah: 3.600:42
mickster04giiker: nope. it's a solid state drive so the things that get sped up with the different file systems are redundant...00:42
ShawnRiskmickster04: thanks00:42
mickster04MeanEYE: you could have used pae kernel?00:42
PolahMeanEYE: Well yeah it's just below, or get PAE00:42
MeanEYEI don't like tinkering with it00:43
mayhemi know its a kernel problem, you are a bunch of wankers00:43
Polahmickster04: Would I be right in assuming that it is PAE that is making my address size 48-bit?00:44
_antant_Can anyone give me a hint as to why I'm getting make errors when trying to install some drivers? I did it once on a previous install and it worked fine but now nada00:44
MeanEYEif I adduser with --ingroup flag, does it create group with same name as login name?00:44
mickster04Polah: i have no idea00:45
mickster04!PAE > Polah00:45
ubottuPolah, please see my private message00:45
Logan_!ohmy | mayem00:45
ubottumayem: Please remember that all Ubuntu IRC channels share the same attitude of providing friendly and polite interaction with all users of all ages and cultures. Basically, this means no foul language and no abuse towards others.00:45
giikermickster04: ok then, thanx, will try ext4 then00:45
mayhemfuck off i cant get any help anyway00:45
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dominicdinadahow do i reset a default view for a folder when nautilis wont even open the folder with 16,000 files.... somehow the view got switch to details and it locks up every time i try to open the folder00:46
Logan_thanks Flannel00:46
PolahMayhem: Acting a bit more civil might get you further.00:46
nellieePolah,  I did romoved and installed with ubuntu software center and no luck and tried sudo apt-get purge gparted and then sudo apt-get install gparted and it still wont run00:49
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StepNjumpHi guys, does anyone know of an alternative to nanny for parental controls?00:56
mickster04StepNjump: try off-topic00:57
DOOXhi there00:58
StepNjumpmickster04, what do you mean off topic00:59
MeanEYEok, this thread is not working about migrating home to encrypted :/00:59
DOOXi have a problem viewing youtube videos00:59
RobotCowDOOX -> whats going on?00:59
RobotCowDOOX -> using 64-bit ubuntu?01:00
DOOXhow can i know this?01:00
mickster04as in you are asking for something that isn't ubuntu help01:00
RobotCowDOOX -> //exec -o lsb_release01:00
RobotCow/exec -o lsb_release01:00
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Logan_!netsplit | mickster0401:01
ubottumickster04: netsplit is when two IRC servers of the same network (like freenode) disconnect from each other, so users on one server stop seeing users on the other. If this is happening now, just relax and enjoy the show. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netsplit01:01
RobotCowLSB Version:core-2.0-amd64:core-2.0-noarch:core-3.0-amd64:core-3.0-noarch:core-3.1-amd64:core-3.1-noarch:core-3.2-amd64:core-3.2-noarch:core-4.0-amd64:core-4.0-noarch:cxx-3.0-amd64:cxx-3.0-noarch:cxx-3.1-amd64:cxx-3.1-noarch:cxx-3.2-amd64:cxx-3.2-noarch:cxx-4.0-amd64:cxx-4.0-noarch:desktop-3.1-amd64:desktop-3.1-noarch:desktop-3.2-amd64:desktop-3.2-noarch:desktop-4.0-amd64:desktop-4.0-noarch:graphics-2.0-amd64:graphics-2.0-noarch:graphics-3.0-amd64:01:01
RobotCow:( sorry01:01
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darkstarError for wireless request "Set Encode" (8B2A)  how to deal with01:01
mickster04Logan_: i was asking if we had one no one is talking01:01
Logan_mickster04: nope, there would be a huge stream of quits saying *.net *.split01:01
Logan_just temporary inactivity, it happens01:01
RobotCowI had no idea that command would give so much output after using a non stock ubuntu kernel I compiled from vanilla sources01:02
StepNjumpHi guys, does anyone know of an alternative to nanny for parental controls?01:02
Logan_!repeat | StepNjump01:02
ubottuStepNjump: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/01:02
mickster04StepNjump: again that isn't ubuntu support01:02
DOOXyeah i m using 64bit01:02
mickster04DOOX: any error messages?01:02
RobotCowDOOX -> /exec -o lsb_release -a | grep 'Codename\|Release01:03
RobotCowsh: Syntax error: Unterminated quoted string01:03
RobotCowDOOX -> /exec -o lsb_release -a | grep 'Codename\|Release'01:03
Logan_!pastebin | RobotCow01:03
ubottuRobotCow: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imagebin.org/?page=add | !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.01:03
RobotCowLogan_ -> that was 2 lines01:03
Logan_five, actually01:03
RobotCowof paste?01:04
mickster04RobotCow: yes, see how many times your nick appears? thats 501:04
RobotCowthose aren't all pastes01:04
RobotCowjust 201:04
mickster04RobotCow: it took up 5 lines, so that's the problem01:05
RobotCowDOOX -> ok, are you using ndiswrapper?01:05
mickster04RobotCow: what will that have to do with flash?01:06
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StepNjumpmickster04, one would think that looking for a software that runs under ubuntu, shouldnT Be off topic.. where else could someone look for an application for Ubuntu than on Ubuntu itself!01:06
RobotCowDOOX -> dpkg -l | grep ndiswrapper01:06
RobotCowjust to be sure01:06
DOOXit was ok when i first use it , but after awhile it feels like something wrong01:07
RobotCowDOOX -> otherwise, how did you install flash?01:07
mickster04StepNjump: this is ubuntu support, you don't have a problem with ubuntu01:07
xanguaDOOX: try the 64bit plugin of flash, repositories install 32bit01:07
mickster04StepNjump: so this is not the correct channel for your query01:07
Logan_mickster04: technically, that question can and should be answered in this channel01:07
DOOXok wait01:07
RobotCowDOOX -> did you use the package? flashflashplugin-nonfree01:08
omidhi. newbie here.i have ubuntu and windows 7 installed on my lenovo thinkpad.when i installed open suse 11.04 it has an error in the last minutes of installition regarding the grub. now i could see open suse files on the drive which i installed suse in but i cant see a suse option in the grub bootloader.01:08
DOOXyeah i did01:08
mickster04Logan_: not really, he is asking about something ubuntu doesn't really do, and he hasn't got a problem, he wants to know what else is an option. this channel isn't about that?01:08
Logan_mickster04: there is nothing wrong with that01:09
Krycekfree help01:09
RobotCowDOOX -> I suspect you had installed it through ubuntu graphical user interface01:09
mickster04Logan_: except this is a support channe;01:09
mickster04Logan_: for when things break01:09
darkstarmy wireless is always disable ,how to deal with01:09
RobotCowDOOX -> which gives you flash through certain packages01:09
Logan_omid: /join #opensuse01:09
RobotCowDOOX -> there is a better way to do it and it's been working good with me for a long time01:10
mickster04darkstar: can you turn it on ever? or do you just mean on boot up? have you checked the BIOS01:10
Jordan_Uomid: If you can boot Ubuntu then just run "sudo update-grub" in Ubuntu.01:10
DOOXyeah i think something like that , you know i am new to linux so you have to be patient for me :)01:10
Jordan_Uomid: If you can't boot Ubuntu follow this guide from a LiveCD: http://grub.enbug.org/Grub2LiveCdInstallGuide01:10
RobotCowDOOX -> so i suggest you remove all packages like flashplugin-installer flashplugin-nonfree01:10
omid<Jordan_U>now both my ubuntu and windows7 works fine like before but i couldnt see a suse option in the grub.01:11
RobotCowDOOX -> once all flash packages are removed01:11
recursionIm having an issue in 10.10 where regular users dont have priveledges for removable media (memory sticks/usb drives..etc.) --> what do i need to do to let regular users have the same access to removable media as the adminstrative user accounts have?01:11
onelinerhaving the /tmp directory owned by root, apache running as www-data user group, should i add root to www-data group or else how would i mix match users groups so both can write to /tmp?01:11
RobotCowDOOX -> you need one file flashplugin.so and I will find the link for you01:11
Jordan_Uomid: Then run "sudo update-grub" in Ubuntu.01:11
mickster04recursion: settings>admin>users and groups?01:11
omid<Jordan_U> right now i'm using ubuntu. this screen shot shows the partition which i installed suse in . do you think i can fix it ? http://www.up.pnu-club.com/images/2vuzl8sp4ax2cy3mktm.png01:12
fizy[laptop]is there any way to set options for the login screen in lucid? specifically disabling clicking with the touchpad and enabling the ctrl alt backspace shortcut?01:12
Jordan_Uomid: Again, just run "sudo update-grub" and come back if that doesn't add a SuSe entry to the grub menu.01:12
omidjordan_u thank you.01:13
RobotCowDOOX -> http://download.macromedia.com/pub/labs/flashplayer10/flashplayer10_2_p3_64bit_linux_111710.tar.gz01:14
DOOXRobotCow , i found that i didnt install flashplugin-installer flashplugin-nonfree01:14
RobotCowDOOX -> so how do you have flash installed?01:14
battlehandssoul, yo01:15
RobotCowDOOX -> dpkg -l | grep flash01:15
DOOXit was uptaed automatically01:15
RobotCowDOOX -> can we talk in another channel because it's not good to post many lines in here01:17
RobotCowDOOX -> I know of a good channel that is ok to paste 5 or so lines01:17
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DOOXwe can talk private01:17
RobotCowDOOX -> check your PM01:19
researcher1when I install an ubuntu application where is it stored? If I want to create space by deleting files which folder files should I delete?01:20
DOOXRobotCow , you gave me some codes for terminal?01:21
jongbergsHello, I would like to solicit opinions regarding which open-source networking monitoring system would you recommend between OpenNMS and Nagios.01:21
RobotCowDOOX -> yes i did. did you check your PM?01:21
l1nuxmanwhat's the best way to do if I want to allow a user to only be able to edit webfiles in /var/www and write and read there ?01:22
ubottuUsually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose, depending on your preferences, features you require, and other factors. Do NOT take polls in the channel. If you insist on getting people's opinions, ask BestBot in #ubuntu-bots.01:22
AnubArackHow do I get to see the filesystem of my ipod touch after i mount it?01:23
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xanguatestjohnboy: stop01:25
FloodBot2testjohnboy: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.01:25
jongbergsl1nuxman: for simplicity you can implement FTP which restricts read-write on their webroot.01:26
Random101testjohnboy, stop.01:26
henuxHi.  Shouldn't dmesg show the device node name when you insert a CD ROM into the drive?  This is Ubuntu server01:28
jongbergsl1nuxman: as an alternative you can enable each user's web directory see http://tinyurl.com/8fdvk01:29
Benkinoobyhi, can i reach the same effects with ssh+X11 as i get with vnc? atm i do ssh to my server and the diplay the windows i open. but how can i see the whole gui?01:29
Benkinoobythe = then01:29
_antant_Is addthere a way to01:29
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Thedemon007I have problems I can not use any flash drive three I have everyone says error: Error mounting: mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad01:30
_antant_is there a way to add nautilus to the Applications/Accessories menu from the command line?01:30
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olaaaaaaa ¿no tienes pagina web? ahora te regalamos una de diseño en ---> Sitiopersonal.es01:34
jtrucksis there an easy way to make Drupal 7 happy with the php5-gd package from ubuntu without having to recompile php?01:34
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Thedemon007I have problems I can not use any flash drive three I have everyone says error: Error mounting: mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad01:36
mickster04Fluttershy: meh ok01:36
xangua!repeat | Thedemon00701:36
ubottuThedemon007: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/01:36
azizLIGHTSis it safe to change my username? i want to change my /home/userdir name basically01:36
jtrucksazizLIGHTS: sure... change the directory, the uername in /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow, and fix the permissions on the directory01:37
azizLIGHTSwhat about programs and stuff01:37
jtrucksOR, if you just want to move your homedir, ust change it and copy/mv every there.01:37
azizLIGHTSwhat about ssh keys and stuff01:38
azizLIGHTSwill i have to remake those01:38
azizLIGHTSbut they say ubuntu@myip01:38
jtrucksas long as the UID stays the same, IIRC01:38
jtrucksthat doesn't matter. that's just a comment.01:38
jtrucksyou still present the data from the same key and the same key is used on the other side.01:39
azizLIGHTSthats nice01:39
azizLIGHTSi do have root on the machine, maybe i should just make a new user?01:39
azizLIGHTSand move stuff there01:40
promdogIf I am creating a class A  network with 8 Subnets, what shou my subnet mask be?01:40
jtrucksif you don't have root, you likely must make a new user or ask the admin.01:41
jtrucksyou can't change your homedir01:41
jtrucksor username01:41
jtruckswithout root01:41
PiciOr create a new user.01:41
jtrucksif you have sudo access, it's root enough :)01:41
jtruckscreating a new user is usually easier... just open perms on old user such that new user can read everything and copy to newuser's homedir tree as newuser (so perms are right)01:42
ninjai_anyone ever have problems with wine (ubuntu 10.04)  where steam freezes on login?01:43
xangua!appdb | ninjai_01:43
ubottuninjai_: 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 help01:43
ninjai_ah ty01:44
Thedemon007i need help01:45
testjohnboywhats good01:45
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. :-)01:45
mickster04testjohnboy: don't start that again01:45
jtrucks\o/ Drupal site has the convoluted way for me to avoid ecompiling php due to poor gd library mess.01:45
ivanBliminseDoes anyone know how to get the default version of Firefox that comes with ubuntu 10.04 to not autofill forms? I only ask because I can't find it online and mozzila has a "ubuntu" extension..01:46
tmandryI'm on 10.4 and need a way to force the bootloader menu to come up so I can specify a kernel option - how?01:46
Thedemon007could someone help me I can not use any flash drive01:46
mickster04Thedemon007: error messages?01:46
FloodBot2tankant: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.01:46
mickster04!en | tankant:01:46
ubottutankant:: The #ubuntu, #kubuntu and #xubuntu channels are English only. For a complete list of channels in other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList01:46
testjohnboytestpidgin123 ubuntu 11.0401:46
mickster04testjohnboy: stop it01:47
jtrucksor not...01:47
Thedemon007http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/581882/ mickster0401:47
promdogHi all. I am creating a class A  network with 8 Subnets, what should my subnet mask be?01:47
tankantThis is a good place!01:47
fabio333shift jey, tmandry01:47
mickster04Thedemon007: is that when it auto mounts the drives?01:47
Stevethepiratepromdog: you might not get decent support for that question here, if so try ##networking01:47
fightwelcome jion us!、01:48
promdogStevethepirate: thank you.01:48
Thedemon007http://pastebin.com/bYgfw7nF mickster0401:48
tmandryfabio333: I tried that, didn't work. Look like I'm not using grub1, not 2 btw01:48
giikerhow do I find out if I have Ubuntu x64 installed?01:48
Thedemon007yes mickster0401:49
naryfais it possible to suppress those messages: user entered the room, user left the room, in here????01:49
mickster04Thedemon007: uhm then something is severly broken01:49
tmandrygiiker: "uname -a" at the prompt, it should say x86_64 in there if you do01:49
mickster04naryfa: /ignore #ubuntu ignore join leave01:49
Chelseaisn't that uname -a?01:49
tmandryfabio333: am using 1, not 2*01:49
Thedemon007aff no mickster04 is this http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/581883/ the other is manual mount01:49
randomuseris there some reason (outside of a hardware flub) i can't get a console on the 10.04x32 installer?01:50
mickster04Thedemon007: can you see it in windows?01:50
naryfamickster04: it says there's no such command01:50
fabio333tmandry, so there is a grub.cfg in the /boot folder01:50
mickster04naryfa: oh what client are you using?01:50
naryfauhm, finch01:50
mickster04Thedemon007: how did you try an mount it?01:50
fabio333/boot/menu something like that i can't remember01:50
mickster04naryfa: no idea, i use irssi01:50
naryfamickster04: oh, but thanks for trying :)01:51
Thedemon007yes i can use flash drive in other machine with ubuntu01:51
tmandryfabio333: mmk thanks01:51
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Thedemon007sudo mount -t vfat /dev/sdd /mnt01:51
ivanBliminseDoes anyone know how to disable autofill forms in firefox 3.6.15 for ubuntu 10.04??01:51
randomuseryou know, "Ctrl+Alt+F(x)" ??01:51
mickster04ivanBliminse: edit>preferences01:52
syrinx_naryfa: /ignore -channels #chan1,#chan2,#chan3 * JOINS PARTS QUITS NICKS01:52
giikertmandry: let me try it...01:52
ivanBliminsemickster04: where at, i've looked all through it and cant find it01:52
fabio333i got a brand-new hp g62... got rid of win 7 after a couple of days.... after a a month... something went wrong01:52
mickster04ivanBliminse: no idea,l i don't use ff, but it should be about there really01:52
Thedemon007yes i can use flash drive in other machine with ubuntu mickster0401:52
fabio333my laptop shuts down by itself01:52
mickster04ivanBliminse: also try about:config01:52
giikertmandry: thanks that worked...!!!01:53
Thedemon007sudo mount -t vfat /dev/sdd /mnt mickster0401:53
ruanfabio333: do you think it could be overheating?01:53
fabio333no... i'm using sensor and the temp is under 40°01:53
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Stevethepiratefabio333: Don't always trust sensors.01:53
fabio333by now: temp1:       +38.0°C  (crit = +90.0°C)01:53
naryfasyrinx_: same thing, no such command, maybe I'm typing something wrong, not a big deal I guess01:53
tankantI would like to ask.... How many Chinese people are  in this place ?01:54
fabio333i thinnk this budget laptop is crap01:54
jtrucksanyone know the approx upgrade time needed for 8.04LTS to 10.04LTS? (it's a really fat pipe on the server, so download time is fairly minimal)01:54
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mickster04Thedemon007: uhm, so are you sure it's vfat and have you tried not mounting it there? is it definitely /dev/ssd?01:54
naryfafabio333: I learned that most budget things are crap, but that doesn't mean I'm rich lol01:54
Thedemon007I'm not sure to be vfat but if it is /dev/sdd mickster0401:56
fabio333what about ubuntu and the warranty?01:56
mkquistjtrucks: im of the opinion that its faster and easier just to reinstall new version...01:56
EClaessonAre there any installers/distros that can install on a pc with windows installed without a need of reinstalling windows? I read about some some time ago, but of what i heard they weren fully stable/safe01:56
jtrucksmkquist: I don't have that option. it's a remote server and it's production.01:56
syrinx_EClaesson: WUBI01:57
jtrucksevery in place upgrade I've done has worked without issues so far.01:57
naryfafabio333: what's wrong with it?01:57
mickster04Thedemon007: well basically the mount command is wrong is what it is saying...but the problem is that you are missing some major part of ubuntu that deals with usb, what did you do recently01:57
ShkodraniSamsung I9000 =-> android IRC =-> wireless connection =-> freenode =-> good result ;-)01:57
Thedemon007I've compiled my own kernel may be that this is my config file http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/581876/01:57
jrmcmEClaesson: I installed ubuntu next to win 7 no reinstall needed, just popped in the install cd and then partioned my drive01:58
fabio333naryfa, maybe ubuntu caused the damage to the system01:58
mickster04Thedemon007: well then i don't know how to fix it. but that'll probably be why it's broken, the kernel has usb drivers01:58
researcher1i want to creat space in my hard drive.How can I do that without harming the installed prgrams?01:58
Thedemon007http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-814657.html <mickster04>01:58
syrinx_fabio333: doubt that01:59
naryfafabio333: I'm sorry I wasn't reading before that, do you mind repeating what is the problem?01:59
jrmcmIs there a vm channel?01:59
jtrucksresearcher1: delete old logs or unused tmp files01:59
fabio333nayfa the problem is that my hp g62 shts down by itself01:59
xanguaresearcher1: there is always a risk, make a coppy of your important data01:59
mickster04Thedemon007: what am i looking at?01:59
fabio333seems to be an hardware issue01:59
xanguaooh didn't read well :S02:00
EClaessonThanks syrinx_02:00
syrinx_fabio333: maybe the fan is stuck02:00
fabio333i can hear it02:00
jtrucksresearcher1: find the offending directories with the most space and see what isn't needed by doing cd /; du -sm * | sort -n02:00
aromanhey, does nautilus ever automatically create any folders?02:00
naryfafabio333: can you still return it?02:01
syrinx_aroman: not that I know of02:01
fabio333i suppose so02:01
syrinx_fabio333: HP is usually cool about that kind of stuff02:01
naryfafabio333: then don't wait02:01
aromansyrinx_: I suspect it's creating a folder called `Desktop` in $HOME02:01
ruandesktop is created on install02:02
aromanyes naturally02:02
aromani'm aware of that, lol02:02
ruanand it is placed in home02:02
aromani was asking the question because it's interfering with my remaster of ubuntu02:02
aromani've set XDG to sepcifically NOT create a desktop folder, yet it pops up on the livecd anyhow02:03
aromanyet when you `adduser`, or install the system, the folder is gone as it should be02:03
aromanmy suspicion is that nautilus caches something before xdg can get to it.02:03
naryfafabio333: what's the exact model of your laptop02:03
fabio333by now i'm using it with the battery plugged02:03
jrmcmIs there a vm channel?02:04
fabio333and uptime says "02:59:42 up  1:56,  2 users,  load average: 0.08, 0.09, 0.06" .. so far so good02:04
jrmcmor a virtual box channel?02:04
fabio333naryfa, hp g2 b02sl02:04
ruanjrmcm: #virtualbox    im not sure if its active though02:05
ruanjrmcm: 230 users02:05
jrmcmruan: thx02:05
ruan#vbox actually. it redirects02:05
naryfafabio333: http://forums.techguy.org/windows-xp/568535-hp-pavilion-shuts-down-repeatedly.html02:06
naryfafabio333: that's the same laptop02:06
naryfafabio333: they say it could be capacitors02:07
jrmcmruan: yup, just got in02:07
fabio333hp is crap02:07
naryfafabio333: well, everything depends on a particular item, you might get a good one you might get a bad one. Change it.02:08
fisixhey! does anybody know how to switch the icons between and within the system tray (notification area / indicator applet)?02:09
Da|Mummywhat are people using to check sfv files?02:10
ruanDa|Mummy: cksfv02:11
Da|Mummyusing terminal?02:11
Da|Mummyanything with a nice gui?02:12
Da|Mummyim still stuck on QuickSFV with wine02:12
fabio333good nite... see you soon02:12
ruanDa|Mummy: closest thing i could find to a gui was a ftp client that supports sfv checking02:14
Da|Mummyok i guess im sticking to quicksfv with wine...thx02:15
jrmcmfisix: right click on applet, uncheck lock to panel, then move or remove to hearts content02:15
TechniCoreIs it possible/safe to install both 10.10 and 11.04 at once?02:16
TechniCoreon one system i mean02:16
edbianTechniCore, sure02:16
edbianTechniCore, If you have enough hdd space you could install 200 different linux distros02:16
fisixjrmcm, i'm trying to move the icons themselves. like the internet icon right beside the volume icon02:16
TechniCoreBecause I remember a friend telling me that the two installations can't detect eachother02:17
dustinanyone of you folks know much about compileing programs like Tor ?02:17
fisixjrmcm, unlocking to move only allows switching the notification area and indicator applet back and forth as groups02:17
edbianTechniCore, They can 'detect' each other but you can't be running more than one Operating System at a time so they only 'detect' each others files which is harmless.02:18
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ruan!compiling | dustin02:18
ubottudustin: Compiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first)02:18
jrmcmfisix: there are different "themes" that move the indicators around within each group.02:19
dustinthanks ruan brb gonna view the site i still gotta find the folder its in :(02:20
matt___I don't know where to ask so I figured I'd ask this nice group of smart people. I want to utilize some sort of plugin/web software/etc to automatically sell something via paypal, after payment, automatically reach into a mysql database and email a unique PIN to the purchaser...02:21
fisixmatt___, make a php page to do that?02:23
matt___fisix: Well....I was hoping for something already done, but I have been leaning towards just getting started on that. I'm not sure how it'd work verifying with paypal, but I guess that's the fun part;)02:23
fisixmatt___, me neither. maybe there's some open source code out there that does the job or similar. good luck!02:25
matt___fisix: Well..I've found a thing or two...but really I'm wanting to get it to work within TomatoCart...this seems to be an awesome piece of stuff right there...02:25
fisixmatt___, tomatocart looks neat!02:27
matt___fisix: It is based, I believe, on one of those OS's that runs in an internet browser...and it does everything. IF I can just get this to work, I can use it for my entire webstore. See...the problem with me and custom coding PHP is it will be different than the rest of my webstore....I want to use something like TomatoCart, OScommerce, ecwid, etc.02:28
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matt___fisix: Maybe the simplest thing to do would be to setup a "download" of instructions on what to do with the PIN, and then write a bash, etc on my desktop that all I have to do is enter email after email and it will grab the stuff from a mysql and email it from my desktop02:30
amusselm_Hello. I'm having issues with BCM4306 wireless. I enabled the propitary drivers through the GUI, but network-manager still says the device is missing it's firmware02:31
giikerwhen trying to migrate my home dir to an encrypted one, I get an error saying it can't proceed. I'm  running it with root02:31
amusselm_   21.548560] b43legacy-phy0 ERROR: Firmware file "b43legacy/ucode4.fw" not found or load failed.02:31
amusselm_That also appears in dmesg02:32
matt___fisix: OR if I could have a system that just allows me to upload 500 images, each with a unique pin, and let 1 customer download 1 image after purchase, and then never download that image again....but I like the record keeping ability of mysql02:32
fisixmatt___, an OS can't run in an internet browser... but maybe a shell script with some php could do the job!02:32
matt___fisix: http://www.eyeos.org/02:32
syrinx_thats not really a full fledged operating system though, is it?02:35
battlehandsI need to download an ISO file for Windows XP.  I have the CD key, but my CD broke... any ideas?02:36
mickster04battlehands: speak to microsoft02:36
battlehandsmickster04, ok02:37
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acerimmerwinXP?!  wake up, time to die02:37
Styllessomeone already used the pam_mount.conf.xml?02:37
mickster04acerimmer: xp is beautiful now02:38
* syrinx_ facepalms himself02:38
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soulthis is what I think of XP...... http://imagebin.org/14362402:42
Belial`which theme is that, soul?02:43
soulBelial: DarkStar theme from Gnome-look with Mac Fenzua Icons02:44
mickster04comapre boot times of xp to anything else :p02:44
pylixi love that pic02:44
soulanyone who wants that wallpaper, just Google Linux wallpaper and you will it in the image sections02:45
rilkean_hearti dont like the pic02:46
eristikophilescan anyone tell me how to get my mic to work with skype?02:48
eristikophiles(or at all)02:48
eristikophilesi found this: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=575078 but when i run the relevant apps they don't look at all like that, nor can i access the things they're talking about02:48
eristikophiles..the model of mic is the same though02:49
mickster04eristikophiles: i assume you have checked all of the sound preferences02:49
ericyThedemon007: Do you still have the problem mounting your 4GB usb stick? I noticed that in two earlier posts, you specified "/dev/sdd" in your mount command; it should be "dev/sdd1".02:50
eristikophilesmickster04- i used phonon to prefer the device02:51
eristikophilesand turned the volume up in kmix02:52
fisixmatt___, ohhh like a cloud / networked os102:52
mickster04eristikophiles: ah ok, i don't use kde, so won02:52
fisixmatt___, how exactly does eyeos work anyway?02:52
mickster04t be much help02:52
fisixmatt___, isn't it just mainly a cloud storage system?02:52
eristikophilesmickster04- well i'm wondering what else i might be missing02:52
eristikophilesall the stuff on the web seems to be about older versions, and apps other than skype02:52
mickster04well what does skype say about your audio device?02:53
ericyThedemon007: Do you still have the problem mounting your 4GB usb stick? I noticed that in two earlier posts, you specified "/dev/sdd" in your mount command; it should be "dev/sdd1".02:53
matt___fisix: Not really sure...it is interesting02:53
fisixmatt___, yeah.. hahah02:53
matt___fisix: I assume it is advanced;)02:53
futr_visionI'm installing Ubuntu 10.10 for the first time and I am not sure what file system to use.02:53
fisixmatt___, know anything about penetration testing / network security stuff by any chance?02:54
fisixmatt___, haha probably02:54
futr_visionFirst time in IRC too02:54
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mickster04futr_vision: you mean like ext4?02:54
joshmclvl1futr_vision : I think most people go with ext4 or ext3.02:54
gfsext4 can be used in ubuntu 10.1002:54
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soulthis is desktop.... anyone need help setting that up, lemme know, will be glad to help....... http://imagebin.org/14362602:54
eristikophileswhee i got it to work02:54
eristikophilesapparently phonon didn't work right the first time02:55
ericyThedemon007: It is often a good idea to inspect your connected drives, via:   sfdisk -l   -OR-   df -h    -OR-   blkid02:55
futr_visionYes. Not sure if i should use Ext4 etc. or Fat32 which i am more accustomed too.02:55
joshmclvl1futr_vision : NO fat32. of the two most def. ext402:56
Thedemon007ericy http://pastebin.com/SeebeCwv02:56
joshmclvl1futr_vision : something in me just cringes at that thought for some reason.02:56
Belial`soul, mine: http://img25.imageshack.us/img25/8615/screenshot2grc.png02:56
ericyThedemon007: Wait, i will look...02:56
futr_visionOk. Just wasn't sure.02:57
mickster04futr_vision: definitely ext4 over fat32, but if you need it to work with windows make a partition with ntfs,02:57
Thedemon007ericy http://pastebin.com/9u5mSAvh02:57
joshmclvl1soul, that is pretty overwhelming. Of course I'm running xmonad and xmobar so It's next to nothing in comparison ;)02:57
futr_visionGot one more Q too. I've already got WinXP and Server 2003 installed on their own drives. I'm install Ubuntu now on its own drive(hopefully). Is there anything special I need to do?02:58
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soulLol, Joshmclvl1... I have compiz and emerald going too... I love helping people set up nice desktops.... Belial, urs looks SUPER nice and clean02:58
ericyThedemon007: What is that from?02:58
mickster04futr_vision: not really, follow the on screen instructions :p02:59
jrtaylorivWhen I try to put a Windows recovery disk into my CD-ROM drive (on either of my Ubuntu laptops), it makes a bunch of whirring and clicking noises but generally won't mount the disk. By insert-eject-repeating I have gotten it to mount once, but it generally won't. I get the following from dmesg when I pop it in: http://pastebin.com/6pmVJXFG02:59
futr_visionleave mount point blank?02:59
jrtaylorivReally I'm just interested in mounting the disk image so that I can run it in qemu02:59
joshmclvl1futr_vision: you'll probably be ok, but I'd let someone else more knowledgeable answer first.02:59
mickster04futr_vision: nope03:00
jrtaylorivIs there any way that I could use dd to pull the contents of the disk, even if I can't mount it properly?03:00
mickster04futr_vision: if it's just one big partition for the whole thing use /03:00
Aginorfutr_vision, be very sure you select the right disk if you repartition/wipe things03:00
Thedemon007blkid | pastebinit ericy03:00
ericyThedemon007: OK, the last pastebin was output of blkid command.  Show me sfdisk -l  with your 4GB usb stick plugged in.03:00
ericyThedemon007: OK, the last pastebin was output of blkid command.  Show me sfdisk -l  with your 4GB usb stick plugged in.03:01
Aginorjrtayloriv, yes, there's many alternatives for you03:01
jrtaylorivAginor, What would be the easiest way for me to just make an ISO image?03:01
futr_visionI think I am only going to use one partition unless there is a better option. I do plan on copying web pages from the Server 2003 install over to Ubuntu and vice versa.03:01
Thedemon007sfdisk -l no show nothing03:01
Aginorjrtayloriv, but you will most likely end up dumping the entire disk/filesystem to a file03:01
Thedemon007sfdisk -l no show nothing ericy03:01
jrtaylorivAginor, That's fine with me, as long as I can create a mountable ISO image from it.03:02
ericyThedemon007: sudo sfdisk -l03:02
Aginorjrtayloriv, proper ISO file system or a general disk image?03:02
ruani want to install usplash. i cant do it from terminal, and synaptic suggests that i remove ALL of my packages first03:02
ericyThedemon007: Run the command: sudo sfdisk -l03:02
Aginorjrtayloriv, are you getting read errors from the disk?03:02
futr_visionAginor, that is something i fear doing but I think I have it. I am planning on installing on the only drive not showing NTFS.03:02
Thedemon007http://pastebin.com/v4gCjZGF ericy03:02
Aginorfutr_vision, if you want to be certain, unplug the other drives :D03:03
jrtaylorivAginor, Yes, if "Buffer I/O error" is what you mean: --> http://pastebin.com/6pmVJXFG03:03
futr_visionaginor, I guess that is a pretty full proof way of doing it03:03
ericyThedemon007: See the /dev/sdd1 , that is what you should mount...03:04
ruanhow can i install usplash without removing all of my packages03:04
Aginorfutr_vision, that's what I do on the rare occasions I need to install windows. windows have eaten too many of my partitions for me to even let it touch my real OS03:04
ericyThedemon007: .. but tell me what you have installed on it ?03:04
Aginorjrtayloriv, that looks like an unhappy disk :D03:04
xlordi have a question, is any one can help. i use tcpdump to get03:04
futr_visionAm I going to be able to share files between Server 2003 and Ubuntu?03:05
noobwhy can't i sudo aptitude install lekhonee-gnome in ubuntu 10.1003:06
xlordi have a question , is any one can help. i use tcpdump to get dns packet, but i only can get response packet, no query packet03:06
jrtaylorivAginor, Do you have any idea why I would have been able to get it to mount once though?03:06
Aginorjrtayloriv, I would recommend that you try to use ddrescue http://www.gnu.org/software/ddrescue/ddrescue.html on the relevant partition of your device03:06
soulnoob sudo03:06
xlordis anyone knows why03:06
knightragei'm running 2.6.32-28-generic... how can i find out if my SATA hard drives are hot-swappable?03:06
android2I have a quick question.  If I have two volumes on my hard disk and have windows 7 on one and ubuntu on the other, what is the best way to remove ubuntu?03:06
jrtaylorivAginor, OK -- I'll look into that. Thanks for your help.03:06
soulnoob: sudo aptitude install <package>03:06
Aginorjrtayloriv, if it's a cd, you might have a dirty laser in the device, the cd or dvd might be dirty/scratched03:06
noobsoul, sudo aptitude install lekhonee-gnome umet deps03:07
Aginorjrtayloriv, you could try to carefully wipe it off with a microfiber cloth, from the centre and out, not in circles03:07
Thedemon007ericy i believe what is a problem of kernel i compiled my kernel03:07
jrtaylorivAginor, The CD is brand new, no scratches. I just got it in the mail. I'll try to take out the CD drive and clean it out.03:07
soulnoob: you must configure ur depostories03:07
Aginorjrtayloriv, have you tried it in a different cd?03:08
ericyThedemon007: Oh, yes I remember you discuss it with another person..03:08
ruanhow can i install a usplash theme without usplash installed?03:08
Aginorjrtayloriv, try a different drive first, is my recommendation03:08
ericyThedemon007: ...but can you (or do you want to) try another  usb stick ?03:09
jrtaylorivAginor -- Actually, I just had a brain fart. It's happening on two different laptops, so it's unlikely to be the disk drive.03:09
jrtaylorivIt's probably a corrupt CD. Which would make sense that Gateway would send me one, considering how crappy their hardware is.03:09
jrtaylorivIt's only fitting that their software is the same quality as my laptop.03:09
Thedemon007http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/581876/ my cofig file ericy03:09
Thedemon007yes i can03:10
Thedemon007yes i can ericy03:10
Aginorjrtayloriv, it might have some nasty copy protection on it that confuses the operating systems as well03:10
nsh_what's the difference between *-desktop-* and *-alternative-* releases?03:10
Aginorjrtayloriv, but dodgy cd sounds like a good theory :)03:10
jrtaylorivAginor, I'll try ddrescue and come back and whine some more if that doesn't work :) thanks again.03:11
soulnsh: alternive is not as packed as Desktop veriosns03:11
Thedemon007i believe is this i have # CONFIG_NLS_CODEPAGE_437 is not set03:11
soulnsh: its more "light"03:11
ericyThedemon007: Your last pastebin (581876), I saw already, but its too complicated for me.03:11
nsh_oh, ok03:11
xanguatext install nsh_03:11
Aginorjrtayloriv, it'll take long and you probably have to run it several times, so you have been warned03:11
xanguais not more light, installs the same soul03:11
nsh_(they're the same approx size)03:12
soulxangua... so what is the difference tehn?03:12
xanguasoul: text install....said it twice03:12
robdigalternative is text install, desktop is gui03:12
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soulxangua: gotcha... learned something new03:12
nsh_oh ok03:12
ericyThedemon007: Do you have Ubuntu installed on the 4 GB usb stick? (PS: Right now I am running Lubuntu 'Live-CD' on a 4GB usb stick.)03:12
nsh_so it doesn't matter really03:12
Thedemon007ericy i need reboot i install kernel 2.6.35-2703:13
ericyOK. See you later.03:13
nsh_and will wubi blow up if i rename *alternate* to *desktop* because it doesn't seem to care that i have the former locally03:13
nsh_assume not03:13
ericyThedemon007: OK. See you later.03:13
aromanwhat in Ubuntu's livecd causes a "Desktop" folder to be created in the livecd desktop user's home folder?03:14
xanguansh_: i preffer a real install03:14
nsh_me too, but i cba to go find a stick/dvd03:15
nsh_will redo it when i get back home :)03:15
ericyaroman: An act of God, I suppose.03:15
nsh_13 hour coach journey tomorrow, would rather be messing around in linux than windows :)03:15
joshmclvl1aroman: do you prefer to use the user's home folder for desktop? there is a setting in gconf-editor for that, methinks.03:16
ericynsh_: If your coach is a B-747, you can be in Tokyo by tommorrow!03:16
memorygap0hello everyone. how can i add this manually on repo03:16
aromanjoshmclvl1: I have already set the two gconf keys for nautilus that I'm aware of to do that. I also set XDG's user directory defaults to not include the desktop03:17
nsh_ericy, inspiring... ;)03:17
aromanand in fact, when `adduser`ing, the new user has no Desktop folder.03:17
xanguasudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-on-rails/ppa03:17
joshmclvl1aroman: interesting.03:17
aromanit would seem that SOMETHING is causing the Desktop folder to be created03:17
memorygap0xangua: i get command not found03:17
xanguamemorygap0: what version of ubuntu are you using¿03:18
Zelozeloswhen using 2 monitors is there a way to switch monitor 1's workspace with out switching #2's?03:18
memorygap0xangua:how can i check the version03:18
aromanjoshmclvl1: yeah, it's very strange. I'd be happy removing it by hand when the live environment runs, but I don't know how I can reliably do that03:18
futr_visionHmm. Quit my install of Ubuntu, pulled the USB  to disconnect Server 2003 and WinXP drives. Pulled the USB drive I am installing from as well. Get and error. Plug in the Server 2003 and WindXP drives and it won't boot into those systems.  Did i screw something up?03:18
jimmy_bireropen System>Preferences>monitor03:18
Thedemon007ericy kernel kernel 6.2.1935-27 work well the pendrive is very possible that I have compiled the kernel wrong03:18
ericyaroman: Like I said,  act of God..03:18
xangualsb_release -a memorygap003:18
ericyThedemon007: I see..03:19
Thedemon007aff sorry kernel 2.6.35-2703:19
ruanwhich formats of images will grub bootloader accept?03:19
needlezhi, i wrote this script (  http://pastie.org/1685010  ) however it passes both those commands to the correct area, my only thing is I would like it to pass those first two commands to that log file 10 times, but after the tenth time remove the first time it logged and replace it with the eleventh log, second replaced with 12th log, and so forth. any way to do this?03:19
ruanonly tga or does it support more?03:19
needlezruan: tga, png03:20
memorygap0xangua: ubuntu 9.0403:20
xanguamemorygap0: upgrade to a stable and supported version03:20
needlezjimmy_birer: why?03:20
xangua9.04 is no longer supported03:20
jimmy_birerwhy not | instead of >>?03:20
memorygap0xangua: im using andlinux on xp03:20
ruanneedlez: anything else?03:20
aromanjimmy_birer: he doesn't want |.03:21
wjwI am running Ubuntu server.  It sees the Internet fine (can ping www.whitehouse.gov).  Sources.list looks quite like the one on my desktop Ubuntu system.  But when I run aptitude, it shows only "obsolete and locally created packages" and "virtual packages".  Is this normal?03:21
Zelozelosjimmy_birer, theres no option 2 do that am i missing something?03:21
aromanit's redirecting stdout03:21
memorygap0xangua: just to play with linux envi03:21
memorygap0xangua:  can i add that manuality on source list?03:22
needlezjimmy_birer: um do realize that my command is to add both those to the same log file, how could I do that with pipe last time it just pipped one command to the log file not both03:22
Thedemon007the config file of  2.6.35-27 http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/581908/03:22
jimmy_birergive us the sources.list03:22
jimmy_birerand tell us the system version03:22
aroman!prayer | ericy03:23
ubottuericy: Dear $DEITY, Give me strength to understand and work with users who question my logic, the rules, netiquette, and common sense. Give me resilience to teach them the basics of Linux, Ubuntu, Community Guidelines and IRC. Allow me not to stray to nitpicking, argument, foul language, or leisurely op abuse. Deliver me my daily xkcd, User Friendly, LWN, /. and Planet Ubuntu, and guard over my encrypted drives. Let it be so.03:23
speedrunnerG55yaaaayyy chrome works with youtube videos!!03:23
Belial`speedrunnerG55, were you getting a black screen before?03:24
jimmy_birerspeedrunnerG55,is that a surprise for you?03:24
speedrunnerG55a white screen03:24
ericyubottu: In alphabetical order, are you android, bot, clone, robot or human?03:24
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)03:24
Belial`speedrunnerG55, what did you do to fix it?03:24
speedrunnerG55i was able to hear the videos and tnot see them for 2 weeks now03:24
hiexpohola all03:24
speedrunnerG55i put in a grafics card03:25
speedrunnerG55and enabled visual effects03:25
futr_visionon a triple boot sytem what device do you use for the boot loader?03:25
speedrunnerG55i dont know if it just updated03:25
abstraktfutr_vision, same as you would use for a dual boot03:25
ruani hope this bootimage works03:25
speedrunnerG55because i aLSO INSTALLED UPDATES03:25
jimmy_birerim thinking about porting ubuntu to same440p03:25
speedrunnerG55ops caps03:25
jimmy_birerby acube03:25
futr_visionabstrakt, which one is that? I've got XP and Server 2003 installed.03:26
NikkiGrrlglad there's a big group in here tonight....anyone good with bizarre problems? heheh03:26
abstraktfutr_vision, well I'm not sure how that is managed, you'll have to read the manual03:27
wjwjimmy_birer sources.list http://paste.ubuntu.com/581909/03:27
wjwjimmy_birer How do I get the sys version?03:27
abstraktfutr_vision, specifically you should read the manual regarding making a dual boot with two systems that are not both microsoft based, i.e. one MS and one Linux based03:27
abstraktfutr_vision, because you will most likely need to use a different boot loader, but it's still gonna go in basically the same place which is the MBR (master boot record)03:27
abstraktfutr_vision, http://gog.is/windows/ubuntu/dual/boot03:27
jimmy_birertell us which03:28
FloodBot1jimmy_birer: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.03:28
jimmy_bireror what03:28
ericyNikkiGrrl: I certainly think so (but its not me).03:28
NikkiGrrlahhh, thank you ericy03:28
futr_visionabstrakt, thanks. i was hoping i wouldn't have to do any reading beyind this chat :003:28
jimmy_birerwjw,are you using lucid?03:28
wjwjimmy_birer Ubuntu 10.04.1 server03:28
ericyNikkiGrrl: What are you running  and running into?03:28
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abstraktfutr_vision, here I'll make it easy for you https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsDualBoot03:29
jimmy_birerwjw....upgrade to 10.1003:29
wjwBy downloading the CD image?03:29
NikkiGrrlericy : attempting to install onto an older thin client motherboard....it's definitely x86 based, but so far, any Ubuntu OS installed hangs at the login screen.....hard system halt, nothing in logs at all03:29
jimmy_birerwjw,enter in terminal=> sudo apt-get dist-upgrade03:30
futr_visionabstrakt, thanks. Already found that.03:30
ericyNikkiGrrl: Mmm..03:30
NikkiGrrlI have tried Ubuntu 10.04, Xubuntu 10.04, and even Ubuntu server 10.04 ....10.10 LiveCD insists the machine is not i386 compatible, but I know better, heh03:30
rwwwjw: Ignore what jimmy_birer's saying, they're being odd.03:30
ruanok i set the bootsplash image but it doesn't show the image when i boot03:30
rwwwjw: Try "sudo apt-get update", it sounds like the package list isn't up to date and that will fix it.03:30
jimmy_birerrww,which better?03:31
ruandoes the image have to be the same resolution as the screen?03:31
wjwNeither command did anything.  0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.03:31
ericyNikkiGrrl: Maybe you should do a hardware diagnostic, like the memtest.03:31
rwwwjw: aptitude still says all packages are locally-installed?03:32
hiexpo!seen pure_hate03:32
ubottuI have no seen command03:32
NikkiGrrlWonderful idea, ericy, which I already tried. All 512MB of onboard RAM are ok....and during the couple seconds I could get the machine running in command-line-only, top even said I have RAM free03:32
wjwrww, yes.03:32
NikkiGrrlwe're on the right track, though03:32
Abhijiti downloaded eternal ladns. and marked it as executable. from terminal if i run ./file.bin it runs but i added same address to applicatioon menu manualy and it dont rum. how to add that menu?03:32
jont2383is there a ubuntu channel on here for ubuntu on mac computers ?03:32
soulNikkiFrrl: do you have it booting in IDE or ACHI?03:32
ruanahh it can read jpg/jpeg as well.03:33
ericyNikkiGrrl: Wow..03:33
Abhijit!mac | jont238303:33
ubottujont2383: For help on installing and using Ubuntu on a mac, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MactelSupportTeam/CommunityHelpPages03:33
rwwwjw: Can you pastebin the output of "apt-cache policy ubuntu-minimal", please?03:33
Abhijitjont2383, ask here only03:33
NikkiGrrlOnly IDE, soul ....the device is 10+ yrs old03:33
jimmy_birerrww,you are digging too deep son.03:33
jimmy_birerremember the principle?03:33
hiexpohola rww03:33
jont2383ahhh so this is the open general topic channel ?03:33
soulNikkiGrrl: maybe bios update lol?03:33
rwwhi hiexpo03:33
ericyNikkiGrrl: What did you install last, Xubuntu?03:34
NikkiGrrlno such thing, sadly, soul ....we're discussing a thin client03:34
jimmy_birerxubuntu is just ubuntu with xfce03:34
futr_visionHmmm. Dual boot doc not terribly helpful. Boot loader should go on the drive where I installed the first OS?03:34
Abhijiti downloaded eternal ladns. and marked it as executable. from terminal if i run ./file.bin it runs but i added same address to applicatioon menu manualy and it dont rum. how to add that menu?03:34
NikkiGrrltried Xubuntu....had read on forums some people had better luck with it, but again, hangs shortly after GDM comes up03:34
NikkiGrrlGDM comes up....can move mouse around, almost type in username and pass, suddenly....halt03:34
hiexpojont2383, yup03:34
soulNikkiGrrl: What about trying Puppy, thats nice and small?03:35
NikkiGrrlthat's the kicker....Puppy works A+.....so it's apparently a kernel issue03:35
wjwrww, http://paste.ubuntu.com/581911/03:35
NikkiGrrlPuppy won't exactly do what I need with the system, however....thus my attempt to migrate it to Ubuntu03:35
soulNikkiGrrl: ooooh gotcha03:35
NikkiGrrlUbuntu loves all my other machines, and I love it right back, heh03:35
rwwwjw: Thanks. Can I get the output from "sudo apt-get update" too?03:36
NikkiGrrlI guess a good question is this....is there a ....stripped down kernel for Ubuntu....for older machines? I can remove the hard drive and force it on there if there is one03:37
jimmy_birerNikkiGrrl,you just can run ubuntu server03:37
jimmy_birer64 mb ram it requires03:37
wjwrww, Hmm, now it's doing things.03:37
jimmy_birerthen install some X with fluxbox03:37
NikkiGrrlno, I can't jimmy_birer ....it does the SAME THING03:37
ScuniziHow do I keep cairo doc from loading on boot.. I'm getting one instance on the non-opengl and the opengl version at the same time03:37
NikkiGrrlhangs some seconds after console log in prompt, instead of GDM, of course03:37
jimmy_birerwell then throw that computer away03:37
hiexpoNikkiGrrl, which ubuntu you trying03:37
jimmy_birerget over it03:37
jimmy_birerno no no wait03:38
NikkiGrrljimmy_birer, I came here because that and this are the only computers I can AFFORD, thus my usage of Ubuntu03:38
jimmy_birerNikkiGrrl,what computer you have?03:38
jimmy_birerok ok03:38
jimmy_birerwhat computer03:38
FloodBot1jimmy_birer: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.03:38
jont2383i am looking for someone who has installed ubuntu on a powermac g5 ppc03:38
NikkiGrrlas I said before, it's a thin client, 10+ yrs old.... 800MHz, 512MB RAM ....VIA processor and chipset03:38
wjwrww, btw my intent is to get the Xubuntu desktop.  I thought I'd save bandwitdth by starting with a server CD I already had.03:39
hiexpoNikkiGrrl, lubuntu03:39
jimmy_birerNikkiGrrl,get crunchbang03:39
NikkiGrrllubuntu, hiexpo ? I will look into it, thank you03:39
hiexpoNikkiGrrl, np03:39
Belial`lubuntu might give you the same problem03:39
Belial`try an LTS release.03:39
Belial`10.04, see if that hangs.03:39
NikkiGrrljimmy....I have tried crunch and Puppy, both work, but neither even let you run outside Root, so they're basically useless03:39
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Belial`if it doesn't, you know it might definitely be kernel related.03:39
NikkiGrrlBelial`, the various 10.04 flavors, (standard, Xubuntu, and server) are what I HAVE been trying, and yes, all three hang, leading me, as I have already stated, to suspect the kernel03:40
Belial`ah, well then give 10.10 a shot03:40
jimmy_birernikkigirl,did you know that there`s this invention called ADDUSER!!!03:40
hiexpoBelial`, nah less ram no gdm like ubuntu gnome orkde   thats why it was made minimal with lxde03:40
NikkiGrrlI'm afraid 10.10 is worse....it insists the machine is not i38603:40
jimmy_birerNikkiGrrl,yeah it is03:40
jimmy_birerevery release has more kernel modules than previous03:41
jimmy_birerwhat you expect03:41
NikkiGrrljimmy, how do you add user to something like Puppy, which runs from a read only CD?03:41
jimmy_birerthe adduser command?03:41
wjwrww, I think you have solved my problem, although I don't understand what the cause was and how you addressed it.03:41
deepuhi i want to set path to an executable other than at bashrc file..i dont want fill my bashrc with so many lines.. is there any other process to specify path03:41
rwwNikkiGrrl: Ubuntu 10.10 and higher require fully-i686 compatible processors. Several older VIA x86 processors aren't, which is why that's happening.03:41
NikkiGrrland then when  you power off, jimmy, you're back where you started03:41
NikkiGrrlthank you rww!! now we're getting somewhere!!03:41
jimmy_bireradduser again03:41
NikkiGrrlsame to hiexpo as well03:41
jimmy_birerisnt that hard03:41
hiexpopuupy runs of ram once booted you can remove the cd > or usb03:42
landingonwater_one thing i dont understand is that Peppermint gets my broadcom wireless working via additional drivers, but after countless triess I still have no wireless when running Ubuntu.03:42
NikkiGrrldoes 10.04 require 586+ or 686+ as well?03:42
juk!lubuntu | NikkiGrrl03:42
ubottuNikkiGrrl: lubuntu is a project to create a derivative of Ubuntu using the LXDE desktop environment. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu . /join #lubuntu for lubuntu support.03:42
jimmy_birerlubuntu is useless too03:42
landingonwater_how can Peppermint have fixed this issue, and not Cannonical ??03:42
jimmy_birerNikkiGrrl,maybe try debian live cd03:42
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ubottuHelp with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx03:43
rwwwjw: Alrighty. Your problem was that your computer didn't have a list of packages available from the repository servers. The usual reason for that happening is 1) the computer is new and hasn't contacted the server at all yet, 2) you made major changes to sources.list. "sudo apt-get update" connects to the servers and downloads a packages list.03:43
jimmy_birerwjw,ping us.ubuntu.com03:43
jimmy_birerand tell us if it works03:43
rwwjimmy_birer: Their problem's fixed.03:43
jimmy_birerok ok03:43
NikkiGrrl@jimmy : the reason I am still not using Puppy or crunchbang is due to being unwilling to install all my packages at every reboot....that said, you say ALL Ubuntu derivatives will require 686+?03:43
wjwrww, and jimmy_birer, thanks!03:44
ScuniziHow do I keep cairo doc from loading on boot.. I'm getting one instance on the non-opengl and the opengl version at the same time03:44
NikkiGrrlif so, can I not perhaps use a 386 kernel from Debian or elsewhere?03:44
rwwwjw: aptitude assumes that any package it can't match to a package list was installed from a .deb or obsolete (removed from the repositories), but in this case it was just that it didn't have any package lists to match against.03:44
jimmy_birerno problem wjw03:44
jimmy_birerNikkiGrrl,debian 5.0 has 386 support03:44
wjwrww, so the update is kind of key with a newly installed old system.03:44
jimmy_bireralso debian supports many many more arhitectures03:44
ericydeepu: Try using alias command OR make a scritpt file.03:44
futr_visionWhere do you install the boot loader on a triple boot system (3 hard drives)03:44
NikkiGrrlok....looks like I might have to go straight-Deb.....thanks gang. I'll let you know how it goes!!03:44
jimmy_birercheers son03:45
rwwwjw: yep. On desktop systems, it tends to get done by Update Manager before the user tries to install packages. Server runs across this problem more often.03:45
ruanbootscreen image still wont work :/03:45
soulfor Lucid users such as myself, I highly recomend this site for upgrading the repos... http://theindexer.wordpress.com/2010/03/21/to-do-list-after-installing-ubuntu-10-04-aka-lucid-lynx/   good stuff!03:45
wjwI'm installing Xubuntu.03:45
jont2383looking for someone who has installed ubuntu on a powermac g5 PPC03:45
ericyNikkiGrrl: jimmy_birer: hiexpo: As we speak right now, I'm running on Lubuntu live-cd in a 4GB usb memory stick.03:46
xangua!ppc | jont238303:46
ubottujont2383: PowerPC.  Formerly used by Apple for the Macintosh line of computers. Variants are now used in popular gaming consoles. PPC was a fully supported Ubuntu architecture up to and including edgy. It is now a community port, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PowerPCFAQ03:46
wjwWhat's cool is I'm doing it over ssh from my machine running Ubuntu, so I don't have to keep leaping out of my chair and into the one in front of the other computer.03:46
rwwjont2383: You may want to just ask your question and see if anyone comes out of the woodwork.03:46
hiexposoul, not a good idea to recomend people changing there repos03:46
jont2383rww lol i just want to know if someone has successfully installed ubuntu on a powermac g5 ppc lol03:47
soulhiexpo: why not? too easy to get messed up I guess?03:47
hiexpoyep  soul and this is ubuntu support not off channel support to change there repos03:48
soulhiexpo: gotcha, that makes perfect sense to me03:48
rwwjont2383: I've seen Ubuntu on someone else's iMac G5, so yes.03:48
jont2383thats it, i'm trying to decide if i should try it out on my main hd which i cant restore if the ubuntu dosent work... or go buy a new hd and try that03:48
rwwjont2383: Unless the compatibility's gotten better since about hardy, though, it's kind of a pain (I tried it and gave up after a couple of hours because I didn't care that much and was just curious)03:49
jont2383rww : do you know how well it worked compatability wise with software etc03:49
jimmy_birerjont2383,powermac g5 is good03:49
jimmy_bireri had a g5 emulator03:49
soulhiexpo: but I will say this, that site can help them peice back their repo's, only reason why I mentioned it... my repos were messed up and that got me going back smoothe, so really it could be ubuntu support too :)03:49
jimmy_birerand it worked fine03:49
hiexpojont2383, have you tryed the live cd if it works ok live it will work installed03:49
rwwjont2383: In general, PPC compatibility is reasonable. You don't get non-free software (Flash being the one people care about) unless it comes in a PPC version, but almost all of the free software stuff in the repositories is there.03:50
jont2383yeah i have this amazing 16gb ram dual quad core PPC dual 1gb nvidia cards but it wont run any new mac osx software so i want to turn it into a nasty fast linux desktop server03:50
wjwYay, here comes abiword.03:50
jimmy_birer16 gb ram?03:51
jimmy_bireri wold write a new os03:51
jimmy_birerto have that machine03:51
hiexpo!yay | wjw03:51
ubottuwjw: Glad you made it! :-)03:51
jimmy_birer!yay WomanTheSandwich03:51
wjwI have a 16 MiB machine that runs some old linux.03:51
jimmy_birerdamn small linux?03:51
jimmy_birer!yay | WomanTheSandwich03:52
ubottuWomanTheSandwich: Glad you made it! :-)03:52
jimmy_birershe made it03:52
wjwCan't remember what the distro was called.  It came with the machine.03:52
rwwjimmy_birer: It seems like you might like #ubuntu-offtopic.03:52
wjwA computer I played with in school had only 8 KiB and no disk.03:52
jont2383i run damn small linux on my 10 year old ibm laptop lol03:52
jimmy_bireri joined it now03:52
wjwI programmed it in RPG-II.  The compiler consisted of three very long decks of cards.03:53
ericyMee too.03:53
landingonwater_well.. i tried sta, b43, and ndiswrapper. ubuntu 10.10 refuses to see the broadcom wireless hardware.03:53
jimmy_bireri uploaded linux on a humax satellite receiver03:53
jimmy_birerit works fine03:53
jimmy_bireri can use ls,cd,touch03:53
jont2383jimmy_birer : lol thats awesome03:54
jimmy_birerand assembler03:54
landingonwater_ubuntu 10.04 DID see It, but i ditched 10.04 because I was using wubi back then, and It was a bad setup03:54
jimmy_bireri had so many frustrations with wubi03:54
landingonwater_Peppermint has no problem seing the hardware.03:54
jimmy_bireri would download the iso03:54
jimmy_birermount it virtually03:54
wjwHoping abiword works well; openoffice.org crashes.03:54
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jimmy_birerand the sucker would download the iso again03:54
landingonwater_but ubuntu 10.10 additional drivers recognises nothing03:55
jont2383i use Freebsd for my satellite tracking dish03:55
jimmy_birermy hammer has unix 07 inside03:55
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rwwWitty comments to #ubuntu-offtopic, please :(03:55
jont2383i installed ubuntu in my battery operated drill.... the drill never crashed now03:56
rwwjont2383: you too ;P03:56
landingonwater_for additional drivers i only see software modem and nvidia driver. no b43, sta or else.03:56
jont2383rww : sorry i just hit send when you typed that03:56
Da|Mummyso in other words, the only reason car crashes happen all the time, is because they have windows?03:56
wjwDa|Mummy, heh03:57
jimmy_birerDa|Mummy,Linux is like having a car with steel windows03:57
jont2383(keeping mouth shut) tons of witty responses to the windows remark hahah03:57
jont2383going to throw them out in #offtopic03:58
landingonwater_https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx is useless as long as ubuntu 10.10 cant see the hardware at all.03:58
jimmy_birerlandingonwate,are you using dell inspiron 1525?03:58
landingonwater_jimmy_birer: even worse.. the HP lx100003:59
* jimmy_birer hides himself in the bushes and laughs while farting04:00
landingonwater_jimmy_birer: vista sees the wireless, and ubuntu 10.04 and peppermint. ubuntu 10.10 sess no card, and nothing turns up in additional drivers04:00
* rww redirects jimmy_birer to #ubuntu-offtopic again04:00
jimmy_birerok sorry04:00
battlehandsmy laptop isnt recognizing any cds... I changed the boot order in the bios to boot from cd first, and it still completely skips the install cd that I have in there when I boot... how can I reformat my laptop without a cd?04:01
landingonwater_battlehands: why not install using USB04:02
soreaubattlehands: Did you double check to make sure its still set to boot cd first?04:03
jimmy_birerbattlehands,i used an old modem cable04:03
jimmy_birerwrote a socket in python04:03
jimmy_birerand transffered the files04:03
jimmy_birerto a ext3 filesystem04:03
battlehandslandingonwater_, I need to reformat quickly.  Can I DL the iso and set it up on a flashdrive quickly?04:04
landingonwater_jimmy_birer: If the card is not seen by ubuntu 10.10, the what good is software ? there must be some hickup in 10.10 resulting in this problem. can i copy some stuff directly from peppermint to fix It ?04:04
battlehandssoreau, yes, and its not even recognizing any CDs that are inserted.04:04
landingonwater_battlehands: use pendrive to put ubuntu on the stick. install from there. pretty fast procedure.04:05
soreaubattlehands: Sounds like a problem with the cdrom drive then04:05
landingonwater_battlehands: you can setup the usb stick on linux as well. but i forgot the procedure.04:05
battlehandslandingonwater_, how do I put ubuntu on pendrive?04:06
landingonwater_battlehands: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/04:06
landingonwater_battlehands: download ubuntu. whatever flavor. install pendrives usb installer.04:07
battlehandslandingonwater_, can I reformat my computer with this pendrive?04:08
landingonwater_battlehands: yes you can. use http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/ to install ubuntu on the stick. the install from the stick04:08
fxhpHow do I set the disk path in vmbuilder04:09
landingonwater_battlehands: installing from the stick let you create dualboot, or start from scratch.04:09
battlehandslandingonwater_, I just want to start from scratch04:10
landingonwater_battlehands: casper partition does take som time, so if you dont wanna use the stick for anything else dont go for 4 gb casper.04:10
landingonwater_battlehands: well.. always useful to have a ubuntu on USB. but go for It. I did It twice. no problems.04:11
battlehandslandingonwater_, thanks04:11
landingonwater_hmm. damn.. I wish my broadcom would work.04:11
_Platypus_The last laptop I had had a Broadcom, and it was the most nightmarish device I've ever configured.04:12
landingonwater__Platypus_: how did you solve It ? same problem with card not being recognized ????04:13
austinium_i am having trouble logging in via ssh, keep getting the error:"Read from socket failed:Connection reset by peer", ssh -vvv output ->  http://pastebin.com/A30bcSe704:13
geekyogiI'm looking for a port forwarding or PAT solution on Linux, any suggestions?04:13
austinium_U10.04, OpenSSH 5.3p104:13
stefanholGood evening probably in America. I ave a question concerning qt4-archiver and this is my first use of irc so please be friendly.  In Germany it is 5 am.04:14
soreaugeekyogi: iptables04:14
JdGordon|how do i make gnome *not* open the file browser when a usb drive is connected?04:14
landingonwater__Platypus_: well.. thanks for discouraging me further :D04:14
_Platypus_landingonwater: I think I had to do the whole ndiswrapper (?) thing, but it's been so long...haven't had that laptop in over 2 years.04:14
mariecan someone help me with firefox? - im having issues going to pogo.com - it keeps telling me i have to install java, but- i have already installed java.. what am i missing?04:14
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soreau! java | marie04:15
ubottumarie: To install a Java runtime on Ubuntu on 10.04 LTS and newer, see http://tinyurl.com/2ffg7cc -  For the Sun Java products and browser plugin, search for the sun-java6- packages in the !partner repository on Lucid (which must be enabled), or !multiverse repository on older releases.04:15
landingonwater__Platypus_: aah.. okay. I see. well.. I tried ndiswrapper as well. but its not seing the card at all.04:15
soreaulandingonwater_: what card is it?04:15
stefanholI want to use qt4-archiver on a live CD, but it asks for a sudo password for "ubuntuuser", but I do not know the password.04:16
mariesoreau, maverick-multiverse ?04:16
landingonwater_soreau: driver is bcmwl5.inf04:16
_Platypus_landingonwater: I apologize I can't be of more assistance to you man. It's also why I won't ever buy anything with a Broadcom.04:16
soreau! broadcom | landingonwater_04:17
ubottulandingonwater_: Help with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx04:17
landingonwater_soreau: ubuntu doesnt see the card at all. so im not sure what model it is. i will to boot peppermint ot find out04:17
soreaulandingonwater_: Eventually there will be an open driver for broadcom but not yet04:17
soreaulandingonwater_: If lspci doesnt show it, you likely need to enable it in the bios04:17
_Platypus_Yes! That link that ubottu suggested is how I remember fixing my Broadcom!04:17
soreauor otherwise turn it on04:17
mariesoreau, nvm- followed the link04:18
alteregodhow should i turn off my harddisk using hdparm, after 2 hours?04:18
landingonwater_soreau: thing is that Peppermint shows additional driver for the card, and It works just fine there. Ubuntu sess nothing. and i fint that strange since Peppermint is based on Ubuntu.04:18
landingonwater_soreau: can you explain that ? enable in bios ? but peppermint, vista and ubuntu 10.04 could see the broadcom card ??04:19
GeneralKHi. I just installed Ubuntu on my desktop PC, but Grub won't boot and drops me to a rescue prompt. I have a feeling it's because I installed on an nvidia raid array. Right now I've booted with a live cd and run this boot info script, but I'm not sure what to do next. If anyone has any ideas I would appreciate it.04:19
ruanGeneralK: what does grub report as an error?04:20
GeneralKruan: file not found04:20
stefanholI have never choosen a password for qt4-fsarchiver and still it asks me for one. What could be the reason or what should I do to solve the problem with qt4-fsarchiver on Live-CD?04:20
ruanGeneralK: do you remember which file?04:20
soreaulandingonwater_: You are saying it does not show in lspci? Perhaps some irq conflict?04:21
jont2383Generalk : nvidia HD raid array or graphics server ?04:21
GeneralKjont2383: HD raid array04:21
GeneralKruan: I don't think it said anything besides error file not found grub rescue04:21
landingonwater_soreau: it does not show in lspci. hmm.. irq ?? so.. you are saying It can be fix if its a conflict ?04:21
soreaulandingonwater_: Is it a pci/internal card, not usb/external?04:21
ruanGeneralK: can you try to reinstall grub?04:22
landingonwater_soreau: its an internal card. the laptop is a HP Pavilion lx1000 with amd64 turion04:22
GeneralKruan: Maybe. How would I go about it, though? Do I need to mount the drive in the live cd or something?04:22
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager since 9.10 (Karmic). Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub204:22
soreaulandingonwater_: Did you check dmesg for any interesting messages?04:22
landingonwater_soreau: dmesg ?04:23
soreau! dmesg04:23
ubottudmesg is a console command which outputs the kernel ring buffer - an important log for diagnosing problems in  Linux. Often when something errors with hardware it will result in additional lines reported which can be seen by running dmesg in a console.04:23
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jimmy_birer! man04:24
ubottuThe "man" command brings up the Linux manual pages for the command you're interested in. Try "man intro" at the  command line, or see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal | Manpages online: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/04:24
jimmy_bireri asked for men04:24
jimmy_birernot for manual idiot04:24
soreaujimmy_birer: What happened to the ot channel?04:24
jimmy_birerit raffed04:24
w1n5tonSay I wanted to connect to two wifi networks04:25
w1n5tonUsing one for downloading torrents04:25
w1n5tonAnd one for web browsing04:25
GeneralKruan: So, sudo fdisk -l gives me: Unable to seek on /dev/sda04:25
w1n5tonHow would I go about doing this?04:25
landingonwater_soreau: okay.. got the long list from dmesg. what do i look for ?04:25
soreauw1n5ton: You would need two wifi cards04:26
w1n5tonI know that04:26
soreauThe rest is easy04:26
w1n5tonBut how would I direct the bittorrent client04:26
w1n5tonand the web browser to only use one04:26
hiexposoreau, hola04:26
soreaulandingonwater_: Any interesting messages04:26
soreauhiexpo: hi?04:27
ruanGeneralK: hmm. it cant read the hard disk04:27
w1n5tonHow is it easy?04:27
hiexposoreau, hey how do i look up log from last night from irc04:28
BlueBomber7How do you register a nick on an irc server in xchat?04:28
FlannelBlueBomber7: /msg nickserv help register04:28
ubottuInformation about registering your nickname: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat/Registration - Type « /nick <nickname> » to select your nickname. Registration help available by typing /join #freenode04:28
ruanGeneralK: otherwise i'd suggest a super grub disk04:29
soreauhiexpo: What log? (why are you asking me?)04:29
hiexposoreau, sorry didn'tmean to direct that to you04:29
BlueBomber7Thanks, guys04:30
Paul6253hi I am at my wits end...I'm running 8.10 ( ibex) and for some crazy reason I cannot get any updates...well I tweaked my apt source list but now it complains about a java zip file that is no longer available04:30
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ubottuUbuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex) was the ninth release of Ubuntu. End Of Life: April 30th, 2010. See !eol and !upgrade for more details.04:30
landingonwater_soreau: im not sure what to look for. some like this ??: ACPI: PCI Interrupt Link [LNK1] (IRQs 5 7 10 11 14 15) *0, disabled.04:31
rwwPaul6253: Ubuntu 8.10 reached end of life status in April 2010 and is no longer supported in #ubuntu. See the information ubottu's about to give you for help with upgrading to a supported version.04:31
rww!eol | Paul625304:31
ubottuPaul6253: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades04:31
hiexpoPaul6253, no more support for 8.1004:31
Paul6253I see that...04:31
stefanholCan anyone help me with problems with a LIve-CD?04:32
soreau! ask | stefanhol04:32
ubottustefanhol: 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. :-)04:32
rwwsoreau: They already did ask.04:32
ericystefanhol: What?04:32
GeneralKruan: Does it mean anything to you that the boot info script says Grub 2 is installed on /dev/sda and /dev/mapper/nvidia_ebbedadj?04:32
Paul6253so my current prob is I want to install xvidcap but I can't find any decent version for intrepid anywhere...I DO NOT want to upgrade04:32
rwwstefanhol: The default username for Ubuntu live CDs is "ubuntu". The default password is the empty string / blank. I don't know if this helps.04:33
stefanholqt4-fsarchiver wants to have a password for ubuntuuser, but I do not know it. What should I do. I have never given it a password.04:33
battlehandsIm having error 5 input/ouput when I try to create a boot disk on my pendrive.  help?04:33
soreaustefanhol: What do you need qt4-fsarchiver for?04:33
Paul6253if anything I'd go back to heron,lol04:33
EClaessonI'm using a laptop where my right arrow key is broken. On window i used PowerKey (i think it was called so) to map a special key above the right arrow to it. Is this possible on ubuntu with some tool?04:33
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rwwPaul6253: If you're not going to upgrade, then you don't get support here. Sorry :\04:34
ruanGeneralK: slightly. it might not be able to boot from either of the drives04:34
rwwPaul6253: Intrepid hasn't gotten security updates since it went EOL. It's really not a good idea to be using it.04:34
landingonwater_EClaesson: i had a broken key on my old laptop and remapped it. easy as pie in Ubuntu04:34
stefanholhanks for the answers. empty string as password does not work and I must do a total backup of my system.04:34
battlehandsAn uncaught exception was raised:04:34
battlehands[Errno 5] Input/output error04:34
Paul6253well that's fine but xvidcap was a fine working app for 8.10 and I never got it but now I want it and I see no reason why it can't be done04:35
Paddy_NIbattlehands: sounds like a dodgy pen drive04:35
EClaessonlandingonwater_: How?04:35
battlehandsPaddy_NI, Ive tried two different drives...04:35
Paddy_NIbattlehands: try using unetbootin... there is a problem with syslinux and usb-creator on maverick04:35
landingonwater_EClaesson: system / preferences / keyboard / layout / options04:36
ruanis it possible to play audio from a console?04:37
battlehandsPaddy_NI, what is unetbootin?04:37
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/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent04:37
landingonwater_ruan: yes.. there is an audioplayer for console. and alpine for mail and so forth. most things can be done in console04:37
Paul6253well thanks....sad but I guess I have little choice04:37
ericyruan: Yes, there are some console audio players in the repos.04:37
ruansounds like all things can be done in console04:38
ubottuWhile Google is useful for helpers, many newer users don't have the google-fu yet. Please don't tell people to "google it" when they ask a question.04:38
Paul6253gotta keep up with the  Jones04:38
ruanbrowsing, irc, audio, video....04:38
ruanfile operations04:38
needlezhi anyone know how to get wimba pronto to work with linux, or if theres a way to set up pidgin's xmpp account to be configured with pronto?04:38
landingonwater_ruan: i edit my photos in console :)04:38
EClaessonlandingonwater_: I can't find any possibility to do a remapping in the layout option04:38
rwwPaul6253: More like... Ubuntu releases every six months. If we had to keep track of and support every version that comes out for, say, three years, things would get impossibly confusing rather quickly.04:39
raidoEClaesson: System >Preferences>Keyboard Shortcuts04:39
Paul6253just curious , how much of a footprint on Maverick? is it vastly better than 8.10 and does it still run well on lower end?04:40
mgearyhey, i'm running 9.10 and apt-get is giving me an older version of ffmpeg than i need. Is there a way to have apt-get retrieve a more recent version?04:41
rww!requirements | Paul625304:41
ubottuPaul6253: Hardware 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 !Xubuntu or !Lubuntu04:41
EClaessonraido: It doens't seem to react on that key04:41
rwwPaul6253: In my experience, there isn't much of a change in requirements between the two.04:41
rwwmgeary: Not through Ubuntu's repositories, no. They aren't updated with new major versions of software after release, for stability reasons.04:42
ubottuPackages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are: fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.04:42
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needlezhi anyone know how to get wimba pronto to work with linux, or if theres a way to set up pidgin's xmpp account to be configured with pronto?04:42
hiexponeedlez, i thought you were a linux guy anyway thats what you said and told everyone in aircrack-ng said you was a pro and was using it for at least 6 years  aircrack-ng anyways and thats when aircrack-ng came out04:42
mgearyrww: so it it better to compile my own, or can i point apt-get to a reliable different repository?04:42
Paul6253!lobotomy | self04:42
Paul6253hmm...did not work04:43
chris_osxPaul6253, it didn't work for me the first time either04:43
landingonwater_EClaesson: maybe this is of use: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/ubuntu/assign-custom-shortcut-keys-on-ubuntu-linux/04:44
ruanterminal is super powerful04:44
needlezhiexpo: i have been using linux and aircrack-ng for years yes, but im not a guru or anything like that, just a student who has been using linux for a while... why do you ask??04:44
Paul6253that was  self mocking for the benefit of the audience since I asked so many redundant questions04:45
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Paul6253the bot is cool though04:45
rwwmgeary: There are rather a lot of PPAs (which I note aren't supported officially or by #ubuntu in general) that have it. What are your version requirements?04:45
gregI downloaded "Gadmin Samba" and it changed my computers hostname. How can I change it back?04:45
rww!hostname | greg04:45
ubottugreg: Use hostname <somehostname> to set the hostname, or to do it permanently: edit /etc/hosts to include BOTH the old and new hostname and then change /etc/hostname to the new one. WARNING! Make sure that your current hostname and /etc/hosts match, otherwise sudo may not work properly.04:45
stefanholCan anyone tell me a downloadlink for a qt4-fsarchiver image probably without password problems? I got mine from sourceforge.net or should i use Remastersys to produce a customized Live CD with qt4-fsarchiver. In the Live CD I use now, the system asks the ubuntuuser for sudo password but does not accept "" or anything I tried.04:45
dannyLopez68what is the best version of java?04:46
mgearyrww: i only really need the -vf option supported, on my local machine i have SVN-r2447204:46
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landingonwater_soreau: hmm.. can i run peppermint inside ubuntu 10.10 ? because that would make my broadcom work !04:46
Guest34848you speak portugues04:46
rww!pt | Guest3484804:46
ubottuGuest34848: Por favor, use #ubuntu-br para ajuda em português. Para entrar no canal por favor faça "/join #ubuntu-br" sem as aspas. Para a comunidade local portuguêsa, use #ubuntu-pt. Obrigado.04:46
ruandannyLopez68: i've heard some people prefer sun java over openjdk04:46
xanguaoralce java now ruan dannyLopez6804:47
chhstefanhol, check the homepage of the live cd to see what the default password is04:47
battlehandseverything that can go wrong will04:48
battlehandsnothing seems to work for me in ubuntu04:48
battlehandsCan someone help me create a boot usb with ubuntu on it?04:48
brandon420i seriously just lold04:48
Paul6253get DOS ...it's great04:48
brandon420battlehands, i had that same thought when i started using ubuntu04:48
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Paul6253always works!04:48
Paddy_NIbattlehands: use unetbootin04:49
ruanlol dos04:49
battlehandsPaddy_NI, I tried, and it didnt work04:49
landingonwater_battlehands: im not sure why you get an error. because i did it twice usint universal-usb-installer, and had no problems. did it on 2 different laptops.04:49
deepuis there any other way to specify executable other than in bashrc or profile files04:49
deepuis there any other way to specify executable path other than in bashrc or profile files04:49
battlehandslandingonwater_, any idea of how to fix the error?04:49
slipkid08Yo everyone04:50
battlehandsPaddy_NI, can you help me make sure im doing it right?04:50
landingonwater_battlehands: format your pendrive. start over. make sure your ubuntu download is healthy.04:50
Paul6253With Microsoft and a qualified MSCE specialist you are rest assured of a safe , functional, and hassle-free computing experia...*choke* strangle*04:50
Paddy_NIbattlehands: do what landingonwater_ says04:50
Paddy_NIbattlehands: is basically what I'd do04:50
battlehandslandingonwater_, ok, I formatted my pendrive04:51
raidodeepu: http://www.troubleshooters.com/linux/prepostpath.htm04:51
slipkid08Is there any cool scripts for gdesklets that anyone knows of?04:51
landingonwater_battlehands: windows is like paying for a prostitute. Ubuntu is more like being married !04:51
brandon420battlehands, the best thing i can tell you, is google. you will find alot of things that people in here cant help with. google is your most useful tool.04:51
ai9371i wonder why AGP video cards are so hard to find now04:51
ai9371im looking for like a 8200 geforce04:51
ericybattlehands: I am right now running Lubuntu 10.10 'Live-CD' installed on a 4GB usb thumb drive, made with unetbootin.  (I've done uNetBootin  from Linux and Windows04:51
brandon420i know that isnt useful, but remember it, and you wont have any problems with ubuntu04:51
Paddy_NIai9371: ebay04:51
intokanyone else currently unable to view youtube from Movie Player/Totem? I know it worked before an I can play .flv files, but totem now just tosses up a non helpful gstreamer error04:51
battlehandslandingonwater_,  am I supposed to use the boot usb creator in ubuntu?04:52
rwwmgeary: hrm, I'm not finding much of anything for Karmic on the PPA list :\04:52
deepuradia thanks04:52
ruanintok: works for me. though you can try reinstalling gstreamer flv plugin or using an alternative video player eg. vlc04:52
ericybattlehands: If you are putting the Live-CD on it, you must format it to Fat-32.04:52
landingonwater_battlehands: is your ubuntu download complete ? is the iso file complete ?04:52
battlehandsericy, can you help me get through unetbootin04:52
battlehandslandingonwater_, yes. yes.04:52
landingonwater_battlehands: you have the universal installer launched. you choose you usb drive, and browse to your Ubuntu iso ??04:53
ericybattlehands: It's very simple to use. If you want to run it in linux, just install it: apt-get install unetbootin...04:53
landingonwater_battlehands: you are set to go then. just run it again. might have been a glitch of some sort.04:54
battlehandslandingonwater_, universal installed = startup disk creator?04:54
ericybattlehands: ....else download the Windows version from their website.04:54
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/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent04:54
ruanif i access my pc with ssh, will sound work?04:54
syrinx_ruan: on the host or the server?04:55
ruansyrinx_: the client. the one that is connecting04:55
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ericybattlehands: http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net04:55
raidoruan: no04:55
syrinx_i don't think so, I think it would play out of the server04:55
rwwit would04:56
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hiexpounetbootin is in the repos04:56
battlehandslandingonwater_, does my pendrive need to be in a specific format?04:56
gary_inNYCmy update manager tells me "Not all updates can be installed" and suggests to run a "partial upgrade", but online resources say don't do that.  What should I do to fix this?04:56
ericybattlehands: If you are putting the Live-CD on it, you must format it to Fat-32. Else if you installing to format to ext2 or ext3.04:56
landingonwater_battlehands: just fat3204:56
hiexpobattlehands, probally have missing dependencies is why you get that error04:57
landingonwater_funny enough im fat38 :(04:57
Paul6253hi all...I can't even upgrade this is BS...this is what I get Fetched 7029kB in 10s (693kB/s)04:57
Paul6253Reading package lists... Done04:57
Paul6253W: A error occurred during the signature verification. The repository is not updated and the previous index files will be used.GPG error: http://repository.akirad.net akirad-intrepid Release: The following signatures were invalid: NODATA 1 NODATA 204:58
battlehandshiexpo, what does that mean?04:58
FloodBot1Paul6253: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.04:58
Paul6253W: Duplicate sources.list entry http://archive.canonical.com hardy/partner Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/archive.canonical.com_ubuntu_dists_hardy_partner_binary-i386_Packages)04:58
battlehandslandingonwater_, Im still getting the same error....04:58
Paul6253if any one has ideas ...when I tried to upgrade via exact instructions I get this http://paste.ubuntu.com/581926/04:59
landingonwater_battlehands: then i cant see why its not working. try a different pendrive then. rule out errors04:59
battlehandsis there a terminal command that will reformat?04:59
landingonwater_battlehands: did you check the md5 sum on that distro ?05:00
hiexpobattlehands, are you using linux to format that drive05:00
battlehandslandingonwater_, I dont know what md5 sum is.  I am using ubuntu to create the drive05:00
Paul6253those are just warnings I can ignore or is that critical?05:00
landingonwater_battlehands: hiexpo is sharp. i didnt notise you were on ubuntu right now.05:01
ericybattlehands: If you want to do it in GUI, run in Admin menu: gparted    Else console use fdisk.05:01
raidoPaul6253: That akirad repo is a 3rd party repo and it looks like something has changed with that repo since the last time you updated. I would comment that out of your sources list and rerun update05:01
landingonwater_battlehands: you can do it using ubuntu, some of the guys pasted links here earlier fyi05:02
landingonwater_battlehands: if in doubt.. just boot a windows and use the universal-usb-installer05:02
battlehandslandingonwater_, this is driving me crazy.  Ive been working on this stuff since 3pm... 9 hours ago.05:03
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landingonwater_battlehands: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/05:04
landingonwater_battlehands: just install it on windows and folloow that guide.05:04
battlehandslandingonwater_, ok05:04
battlehandslandingonwater_, booting into windows, brb05:05
richardcavellWhat's the channel for getting help with the GNU toolchain including make?05:06
ericylandingonwater: What kind of error is battlehands getting?05:06
EClaessonIf i do apt-get install grub i get the x86_64 version even though i'm on a 32-bit pc. Can i force it to download the 32-bit version or do i need to download it directly from the ftp/website?05:08
hiexpobattlehands, if in ubuntu just right click it and format to be used with all systems    than   after that i would open a terminal   and cd to the dir the ubuntu iso is in     >     say it is in the downloads folder     >    so cd Dwnloads   >  than open that folder and right click on the iso and click properties and copy iso name t> han in same terminal type md5sum and paste iso name fileyou copied05:09
hiexpo^ than compare it05:09
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raidoEClaesson: Paste the output of "uname -a"05:10
mgearyrww: i followed these instructions and compiled my own ffmpeg. Seems to be working great: http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=9114176&postcount=96705:10
EClaessonraido: Linux ubuntu 2.6.35-22-generic #33-Ubuntu SMP Sun Sep 19 20:32:27 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux05:11
EClaessonBut i am on a 32-bit pc05:11
EClaessonCan i "change" it without a reinstall?05:11
raidoEClaesson: You have a 64 bit install runnint there. You are 64bit05:11
landingonwater_ericy: I cant find battlehands error message.05:12
EClaessonraido: But i am pretty sure this is a 32-bit pc05:12
EClaessonI used the windows installer05:13
landingonwater_can i have peppermint installed next to Vista and Ubuntu 10.10 ????05:13
hiexpomgeary, http://pasindudps.blogspot.com/2010/09/compiling-ffmpeg-in-ubuntu-1004-lucid.html05:13
raidoEClaesson: Nope, your 64. What kind of proc is it05:13
EClaessonIntel Core 2 Duo05:13
raidoEClaesson: Yep, 64 for sure05:13
syrinx_EClaesson: does GRUB work?05:14
EClaessonI just took for granted (for some reason) that this was a 32 bit. For like.. two years05:14
raidoEClaesson: lol, learn sumptin new every day05:14
EClaessonsyrinx_: I'm going to use grub for my os project.05:14
EClaessonSo i don't know yet05:14
EClaessonraido: Seriously. Can i somehow test that this really really is a 64 bit machine?05:14
raidoEClaesson: P.S. you already have grub installed05:14
raidoEClaesson: Dude, youre running a 64 bit kernel. All Intel procs since Core 2 Duo are 64bit05:15
EClaessonraido: Ol thanks. Sorry for my.. confusion05:15
syrinx_EClaesson: cat /pro/cpuinfo05:15
raidoEClaesson: See that part of uname -a that says x86_6405:16
EClaessonSure, i know what that means :P05:16
EClaessonI've just been sure this is a 32-bit for two-three years05:16
syrinx_it means 64 bit05:16
EClaessonThis is, embarrasing..05:16
raidoThat kernel only runs on a 64bit proc05:16
landingonwater_.. but with dual processors you get a 128 bit machine :P05:17
raidoNo need to be embarassed, You can run a 32bit version if you want, but you are not at the moment05:17
syrinx_i run 32-bit on a 64-bit processor :-)05:18
syrinx_64bit tech is still a bit buggy05:18
EClaessonraido: I know i can. The problem is that i just been so sure it's a 32-bit. And i know my way around computers..05:18
landingonwater_hmm...if I install Peppermint next to ubuntu 10.10 and vista, will peppermint then overwrite the Grub ??05:18
raidoEClaesson: LOL, so, for all the naysayers that poopoo 64bit Linux as not ready, you just proved them all FOS05:19
small-mouse2hey guys05:21
small-mouse2i had an error installing iceweasel in ubuntu05:21
hari_I need a help to configure LAN between windows and Ubuntu Virtual PC05:21
EClaessonHow's the nVidia dirvers for linux these days? Supporting latest OpenGL, OpenCL and such?05:22
dustinanyone tell me how to compile from gnome ?05:23
EClaessondustin: Compile Gnome, or compile something else while in Gnome?05:23
small-mouse2i had an error installing iceweasel in ubuntu05:24
troaioahi, where do I get help for the avant window navigator?05:24
raidoEClaesson: Very good in my exp05:24
jont2383hey radio... just because someone has a intel dual core processor doesnt mean 64bit05:24
EClaessonraido: Nice to hear :)05:24
jont2383core 2 duo.. yes, dual core not so much05:24
raidojont2383: True, but I said after Core 2 Duo05:24
small-mouse2please help me05:24
raidoThere are dial core Celerons that are not 6405:24
dustintrying to compile some tor files im a clueless noob.05:25
jont2383raido : ahh my mistake i just scrolled up05:25
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raidojont2383: Cheers05:25
dustinso i can run tork with tor but i got no idea how .05:25
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jont2383raido : o have a dual core macbook pro first gen intel mac's... not 64 =(05:25
jont2383sucks for me05:26
jont2383 o = i05:26
ubottuTor is a program to route connections through several servers for anonymity. It is not in Ubuntu's repositories. For setup info, see option (2) of https://www.torproject.org/docs/debian.html.en | To use Tor on freenode, see !tor-sasl05:26
raidojont2383: Thats not a core 2 duo?05:26
dustinany idea how eclaessson?05:26
raidojont2383: Huh, I dont remember those on MacBooks05:27
jont2383raido : this macbook pro was probably lile the 3rd or 4th intel macbook they sold from my apple store... i really mean first gen05:27
raidojont2383: Youre gettin your $$$ worth05:28
EClaessondustin: I have no experience at all with tor :( But generally if it's C there should be a makefile you can run via make in the terminal05:28
jont2383yeah... mac's i'm afraid are not cost wise for getting a newer version lol paid like 3400 for this when i first bought05:28
raidojont2383: I run Xubuntu on a Pentium M05:28
FloodBot1small-mouse2: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.05:29
jont2383raido : i also have a dual quad core power pc powermac that i spent 6k on it is now a paperweight firewall server lol05:29
raidojont2383: Ouch05:30
raidojont2383: those days are over, stuff is soooo cheap now05:30
jont2383raido : pentium M is ?!? post pentium 3/4 ?05:31
jont2383or pre05:31
dustinits cool then eclaesson05:31
raidojont2383: Yep, for laptops, hence the M05:31
raidojpds: was actually pretty snappy05:31
jont2383raido lol i went to the apple store to configure another powermac identical to my power pc one it was going to be 7k for the box... i said freak that and went out and just built my own box05:32
jont2383for like 180005:32
jont2383runs like a champ but man i do love me my macs since they went *nix05:32
raidojont2383: Yeah, thats the way to go.05:32
raidojont2383: I far prefer Linux over BSD05:33
jont2383raido : i run BSD on all my servers05:33
jont2383on my rack servers that is05:33
raidojont2383: jont2383 I run NetBSD too and just like Linux better05:33
jont2383yes i do like the Linux betters05:34
syrinx_BSD isn't linux?05:34
jont2383BSd is linux just a differnt flavor05:34
rwwBSD is not Linux.05:35
familiarI think it is05:35
rwwPerhaps you mean UNIX.05:35
syrinx_rww: UNIX variant05:35
raidosyrinx_: no, not really even that close, closer than windows but still quite different05:35
jont2383yes yes UNIX05:35
syrinx_so it's its own seperate entity05:36
jont2383i would say its in the *nix family05:36
rwwanyways, #ubuntu technical support, #ubuntu-offtopic, general discussion, etc.05:36
jont2383but different05:36
raidosyrinx_: there are many "BSD"s05:36
vividits posix compliant05:36
vividso its a *nix and it has linux compatibility05:36
hiexpodustin, i know ther eis stuff out there and debian actually has a tor distro and i have it installed on my ubuntu 10.04 and i found out how by googling it but ubuntu has a policy not to google  so i can not tell you to google it    >   but i used used install tor in ubuntu 10.04 in a goole search and it poped right up    >05:37
jont2383Vivid : wiki it...05:37
raidovivid: not really Linux compatible in the way your thinking05:37
vividit has linux compatibility via kernel module and rpm libraries05:37
syrinx_I've been looking into running something "lighter" than ubuntu on a few servers, should I give BSD a shot?05:37
jont2383look up FreeBSD for servers05:38
raidosyrinx_: most BSDs are not "light"05:38
rwwOkay, fine, I will use comprehensible sentences. #ubuntu is for Ubuntu technical support. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other discussions.05:38
vividsyrinx_, if youre running a server....yes, if you want any type of desktop or workstation, no05:38
syrinx_vivid: command line is well enough for me05:38
jont2383vivid move this over to offtopic plese05:38
jont2383anyone in this bsd discussion move over to offtopic05:38
jont2383and we can continue05:38
syrinx_yea, lets go to offtopic05:38
litropyWhere do I find tutorials for Nux?05:39
hiexpolitropy, what is nux?05:40
litropyhiexpo, Nux is replacing mutter.05:40
DarkSectorhello, I have tried to create a new partition, but unfortunately there were already 4 primary partitions, So, I deleted swap and now I have 2 sets of unallocated memory, Here's what I want to Know: 1) how to club those two together 2) how to create an extended partition and have partitions within it 3) if not possible (for the first and second) how to club these two back into my original drive.05:41
litropyhiexpo, http://inalogic.com/05:42
hiexpolitropy, http://acs.lbl.gov/software/nux//05:42
litropyhiexpo, that's not the same Nux, but thanks for looking!05:43
tonnezwhy is my Core i7 ubuntu server have a i686 kernel?05:44
ader10How do I preview an image instead of opening it in another program with the keyboard in konqueror?05:44
tonnezcan i convert this?05:44
ericyDarkSector: You can use the GUI tool in ubuntu; Admin menu find: gparted05:45
ericyDarkSector: Tell me: Is your hdd full of data -OR- can you start out with an empty hdd.05:47
tuxboxcan anyone help me install a custom version of LIRC with a phillips srm7500 remote05:47
_DarkSectorhello, I have tried to create a new partition, but unfortunately there were already 4 primary partitions, So, I deleted swap and now I have 2 sets of unallocated memory, Here's what I want to Know: 1) how to club those two together 2) how to create an extended partition and have partitions within it 3) if not possible (for the first and second) how to club these two back into my original drive.05:48
mmm4m5mHi. This is the clamd.conf file I got after update clamav (ubuntu hardy): http://pastebin.com/KDdgRedy  . I had custom config file, I selected "do not keep, override with config from package". Looks like, there are errors at lines: 51, 52, 53, 5405:48
ericy_DarkSector: You can use the GUI tool in ubuntu; Admin menu find: gparted05:48
ericy_DarkSector: Tell me: Is your hdd full of data -OR- can you start out with an empty hdd.05:48
ericy_DarkSector: You can use the GUI tool in ubuntu; Admin menu find: gparted05:49
ericy_DarkSector: Tell me: Is your hdd full of data -OR- can you start out with an empty hdd.05:49
_DarkSectorericy, I _am_ using gparted and my hdd is full05:49
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hiexpommm4m5m, try channel #clamav maybe05:50
ericy_DarkSector: I ask that because it is more work when you already have existing data..05:50
DarkSectorericy, I got nothing but time and data :D05:50
mmm4m5mhiexpo; it is mostly bug, but I am not sure... but in config or clamav package05:50
ericy_DarkSector: Can you send to http://pastebin.ubuntu.com  a printout of..05:51
ericy_DarkSector: of your partition map.   Can you use a terminal to run a command?05:52
ericy_DarkSector: Do:  sfdisk -l05:52
DarkSectorericy, sure, and you might want to lose the underscore, its DarkSector now :D05:53
ericyDarkSector: Do:  sfdisk -l  and copy the output and post it on http://pastebin.ubuntu.com05:53
DarkSectorericy,  http://paste.ubuntu.com/581938/05:54
ericyDarkSector: Looking..05:55
rzx237what makes ejabberd failed to run after echoing many dots?05:55
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ericyDarkSector: I see you have a 250GB hdd...05:56
DarkSectorericy, ja05:57
ericyDarkSector: ... and are you trying to make a dual boot with windows05:57
DarkSectorericy, its already a dual boot system, I am trying to install a third kernel, for LFS05:59
ericyDarkSector: It would help if you could tell me the sizes (GB) of your 4 existing partition areas?06:00
ralnaemiAre there any steps I have to take after installing kubuntu-desktop in order to use KDE?06:00
ericyDarkSector: And I don't understand: Are wanting to make tripple boot of 2 linuxes and 1 Windows XP?06:01
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ericyDarkSector: It would help if you could tell me the sizes (GB) of your 4 existing partition areas?06:02
ericyDarkSector: And I don't understand: Are wanting to make tripple boot of 2 linuxes and 1 Windows XP?06:02
DarkSectorericy, /dev/sda1 74gb   /dev/sda2 73gb   /dev/sda3 78 gb         I am trying to make a new journaling file system partition, the installation comes later06:03
DarkSectorericy,  right now my objective is to club the unallocated space and make a new partition, with swap06:04
raidotonnez: still there?06:04
DarkSectorericy, lemme give you a screenshot for my gparted, that'll be clear 'nuff06:04
ericyDarkSector: Yes that's exactly as I wanted, but was afraid to ask.06:05
DarkSectorlol @ afraid to ask06:05
DarkSectorericy, http://img97.imageshack.us/i/screenshot1ht.png/06:06
ericyDarkSector: (What I mean was I don't know where you would post the sshot. My client is not setup yet to receive DCC photos [unless maybe I just open..[]])06:07
kaushalAny good apps for task/event available in Ubuntu ?06:07
ericyDarkSector: Looking..06:07
kaushalI mean task reminder06:07
DarkSectorericy, yeah imma use an independent website like imageshack06:07
ericyDarkSector: OK, looking..06:08
DarkSectorkaushal, http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/category/app/ I think the first app should do the trick06:08
raidoDarkSector: I know your working on a solution, however, just quick piece of advice. If you are going to be doing the whole LFS thing, I highly suggest you do it on a seperate HD or in a VM. You will be going through some annoying grub gyrations till you get the LFS install running properly. Just a heads up.06:09
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Da|Mummyhow do i enable ssl connections to usenet on ubuntu?06:10
DarkSectorraido, good advice, I should just concentrate on making a partition though, I have unallocated spaces in my hdd, I was thinking of clubbing them together atleast, I'll do this on an external partition06:10
ericyDarkSector: Oh, I see you have a total of about 8GB unalloted (from 3 areas).06:10
DarkSectorericy, correct, the highlighted one was my swap until recently :D06:10
raidoDarkSector: You free space in non contiguous, you cant combine them into one partition, you have to use it separately or you can use LVM in linux to use it like its all one space.06:13
ericyDarkSector: So, I have used gparted many times, I have up to 10 partitions on my hdd.  But I don't know what the LKS (or whatever) is.  You can move partitions using gparted OR ...06:14
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ericyDarkSector: (But it takes many many hours to move such big partitions!)06:14
ericyDarkSector: OR  you could copy them (faster) from present hdd to a new 250GB HDD (faster and you have a backup! at the same time!06:16
ericyDarkSector: So, I have used gparted many times, I have up to 10 partitions on my hdd.  But I don't know what the LKS (or whatever) is.  You can move partitions using gparted OR ...06:16
ericyDarkSector: (But it takes many many hours to move such big partitions!)06:16
ericyDarkSector: OR  you could copy them (faster) from present hdd to a new 250GB HDD (faster and you have a backup! at the same time!06:16
DarkSectorericy, sorry about that, some guy's messing with the college network, stupid DOS attacks06:17
DarkSectorericy, it took me 20 minutes06:17
DarkSectorlast night06:17
ericyDarkSector: What took 20min?06:17
DarkSectorericy, to shift data and to create a 4 Gig partition from a 78 gig partition resizing etc.06:18
AndroUseryo guys06:18
AndroUserone weird question, anyone using irc on android?06:18
ericyDarkSector: You mean you resized a 78G partition, shrinking it by 4GB?06:19
DarkSectorericy, yes06:19
DarkSectornow I want to undo it06:19
DarkSectorand create my swap back06:19
ericyOK. But I'm talking about gparted MOVING a 70GB partition ... that's REALLY slow.06:20
DarkSectorokay, but is that required here ?06:20
ericyDarkSector: We are having a communication problem, because I don't know what you have in your existing partitions...06:22
DarkSectorericy, okay can we please do it on a private message ? I don't like cluttering the main channel06:22
pookyCan anyone recommend a calendar application, preferabbly gtk, that can subscribe to ics type calendar?06:33
pookypreferably even.06:33
DarkSectorhello, here's the problem I am facing http://img97.imageshack.us/i/screenshot1ht.png/ I need to revert the 5 gig unallocated memory to /dev/sda2 and use the 1.8 gig allocated memory as swap06:38
DarkSectorhow do I go about doing that ?06:38
AquaguyHello folks06:38
Aquaguyanyone knows what's the name of the mysql developer package?06:38
AquaguyI need to download it from apt-get06:38
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researcher1I want 2 make available all installed programs of Maverick 10.10 to Lynx 10.04. Is it possible without separate  downloading?06:38
ejvDarkSector: if you used LVM when setting up your filesystems, you can allocate that spare 5G, if you didn't... it can't really be done06:39
ejv(not elegantly)06:39
DarkSectorejv, LVM ?06:39
raidoresearcher1: they will be different versions06:39
ejvlogical volume management06:39
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DarkSectorejv, I just used ubuntu's default partition manager, I don't remember if I used LVM06:40
ejvyou would know if you did because it's a more advanced configuration, so you probably didn't06:40
researcher1raido: but will the same programs be accessible to Lynx 10.04 if I dontwant to download . Downloading will take too long a time06:41
rwwplus the desktop/live CD doesn't support partitioning as LVM06:41
DarkSectorejv, probably, its wierd though, I can allocated this in Windows06:41
DarkSectorrww, gotcha06:41
amh345is there a way to prevent gnomes desktop going to a locked screen while rhythmBox is playing?06:41
raidoresearcher1: You wouldnt what to do that, the packages will break things because many of them will be different versions.06:41
amh345it's maddening leaving it for a few minutes and having to enter my p/w to sip a song.06:42
pythonedHi, I'm running ubuntu 10.10 and need to keep unfortunately windows in virtual machine. My question is, it is possible to get my ubuntu compromised while running windows in virtual box?(but not having wine installed).06:42
ejvrww, didn't know what, only used ubuntu server, darksector, what you could try doing is rsyncing or dding 'large' portions of your OS to the spare space, stuff like /var, /tmp, /opt tends to be heavier, and then adjust your mounting scheme in /etc/fstab accordingly, YMMV.06:42
ericyDarkSector: You have to gparted "resize"--shift that big 73GB partition which will take MANY hours (it will have to move or shift 73 GB of data 'up').06:42
DarkSectorejv, good option06:42
researcher1raido: ok.Lomg downloads seems unavoidable for 10.04 saperately06:42
DarkSectorericy, hmm, not an option06:42
DarkSectorI should try doing this from windows06:42
ejvpythoned: possible, of course. likely? not so much.06:43
raidoresearcher1: If you upgrade to 10.04 to 10.10, then you can do it, because you will have 2 10.10 installs. Then in the future you can save by only downloading once06:43
researcher1raido: presently Im on 10.10 can I downgrade to 10.04?06:44
bazhangresearcher1, no06:44
ejvno, and even if you could, it wouldn't be recommended at all.06:44
bazhang!downgrade > researcher106:45
ubotturesearcher1, please see my private message06:45
researcher1then to have all earlier applications of 10.10 available on 10.04 will require doing what?06:45
bazhangresearcher1, such as what apps06:45
pythonedejv,  And another thing, is it possible to get my router infected if let's say I have an infected machine that connects to the router? I'm talking about it's firmware..06:46
researcher1GIS,GRASS,Scilab, octave, Qcad almost all my engineering application which need long time to download06:46
researcher1also kile,latex,gcompiz, etc06:47
ejvdoesn't ubuntu store the binaries in a local cache somewhere06:47
ejvwhy not copy them to a usb stick or something...06:47
raidoejv: Because he has packages for one version that he wants to use on another. Not reccomended06:48
kaushalis there a reminder in tasque ?06:48
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tonnezwhy is my Core i7 ubuntu server have a i686 kernel?06:48
tonnezcan i convert this?06:48
dejan_I have probems watching videos in  the browser06:49
kaushallike a pop up or some sort of alert06:49
raidotonnez: no. you need to reinstall the entire OS06:49
dejan_i did some command guy here told me and  since then i have problems06:49
ejvraido: ah, im late to the conversation apparently.06:49
Leakinyes hello does the latest ubuntu have support for MSI installers06:49
ejvtonnez: if it's working you could just enable PAE and not break something that's fixed :p06:49
rwwtonnez: because you installed Ubuntu 32-bit. You can't go from 32-bit to 64-bit without a reinstall.06:50
raidoejv: np, technically its possible but all the stuff he has there is bound to have newer packages06:50
ejvit's prolly hit or miss with unknown scientific/academic software *shrug*06:50
dejan_i had problems when I watched videos in fullscreen they had white flshes so one guy here on #ubuntu told me to execute terminal command and fter that sometimes I can watch videos in browser but sometimes no06:50
pythonedLeakin,  It will never have such things, google for "WINEHQ"06:50
tonnezejv, rrw: 2.6.35-25-generic (SMP) i68606:50
tonnezi'm assuming that is not good for i706:50
tonnezhow do i enable PAE?06:50
tonnezapache will not benefit from PAE will it?06:51
bazhangtonnez, install linux-generic-pae06:51
raidotonnez: do you want PAE to access more ram?06:51
ejvwould require compiling a new kernel if your memory isn't already fully addressed, or using a precompiled image06:51
Leakinpythoned what if we petition the developers to include MSI support06:51
Leakinfor easier microsoft integration06:51
pythonedLeakin,  MSI is proprietary...06:51
tonnezraido: my server only has 4gb06:51
ejvi think tonnez doesn't know what PAE is.. lol06:51
bazhang!brainstorm > Leakin06:51
ubottuLeakin, please see my private message06:51
rwwLeakin: #ubuntu is for Ubuntu technical support, not your personal amusement. Find somewhere else to troll.06:52
raidotonnez: why do you think yo need it06:52
dejan_any help?06:52
tonnezraido: im just trying to figure out if apache will benefit06:52
tonnezpae = physical address extension06:52
tonnezi.e. 64bit06:52
raidotonnez: no, it wont.06:52
tonnezokay, then i guess i don't need it ;)06:52
ejvpae != 64bit06:52
tonnezthanks :)06:52
raidotonnez: you dont need it.06:52
raidoejv: there are PAE 32bit kernels06:53
ejvi know06:53
tonnezoh pae is only for 4gb>06:53
tonnezi see06:53
ejvim just saying that calling a memory allocation extension feature '64bit' is awfully negligent06:53
raidoejv: gotcha06:54
dejan_I have probems watching videos in  the browser06:54
dejan_i did some command guy here told me and  since then i have problems06:54
dejan_i had problems when I watched videos in fullscreen they had white flshes so one guy here on #ubuntu told me to execute terminal command and fter that sometimes I can watch videos in browser but sometimes no06:54
FloodBot1dejan_: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.06:54
Aquaguyhow can I create an alias of a folder and place it inside of /var/www/ ?06:54
tonnezejv: no need to flame the ignorant06:54
airtonixAquaguy: man ln06:55
ejvnot flaming, educating.06:55
airtonixejv: some people take offense at being educated06:55
airtonixor 'edecated'06:55
tonnezejv: wikipedia educated me, you said the following: "i think tonnez doesn't know what PAE is.. lol" and "pae != 64bit" and "...calling a memory allocation extension feature '64bit' is awfully negligent"06:56
dejan_why you dont help me?06:56
tonnezairtonix: ^06:56
* tonnez sighs06:56
ejvi doubt you'll see any noticeable performance gain moving to x86_64 from i686, it's likely more hassle than it's worth06:56
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raidodejan_: relax friend, I suggest you make sure you have the flashplugin installed rather that the gnash plugin06:57
Aquaguyairtonix, thank you, worked like a charm06:57
dejan_browser evenn cant load pges with videos06:57
ejvnow if you had 32gb of available addresable space, I wouldn't recommend PAE because of the overhead, that's when a 64bit change would be a worthwhile ordeal.06:58
dejan_it loads them veeeery slow06:58
dejan_Rains: how to check06:58
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airtonixAquaguy: the other way you can do it is to use the --bind function of mount ( which overcomes limitations imposed by soft symlinks)06:59
airtonixAquaguy: or you could rebase the /var/www (and it's associated /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default to have a document root of /var/www/default/public_html/, then put your new content at /var/www/VIRTUALHOSTNAME/public_html/ and create a name based vhost def file in /etc/apache2/sites-available/VIRTUALHOSTNAME07:00
airtonixAquaguy: depends on what you want to achieve really07:01
dejan_Rains: how to check07:02
litropyI have downloaded all the files at http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~unity-team/nux/trunk/files/head:/examples/ and am now trying to compile. Any ideas?07:05
rww!crossposting | litropy07:05
ubottulitropy: Please don't ask the same question in multiple Ubuntu channels at the same time. Many helpers are in more than one channel and it's not fair to them or the other people seeking support.07:05
dejan_teeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel me07:05
bazhangdejan_, patience07:05
litropysorry, rww. I'll be sure so ship you some high quality oil :D07:05
dejan_i have wait 20 min how much more?07:05
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/07:06
bazhangdejan_, check in your package manager07:06
litropyit's weird. the directory doesn't confain the files seemingly necessary for autoconf07:07
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litropyI got it - the configure.ac was in the parent directory07:10
_antantum, where do I find my smb.conf? I thought it was /etc/ but when I gedit it it's blank07:13
alkisgHi. Am I correct in that newer Ubuntu versions don't support floppy disks out of the box, and to get support for them, one would need to manually install the fdutils package?07:14
yurimxpxmanHow can I find out what wireless adapter model I'm using?07:14
sidhI have installed a theme for ubuntu , and I would like to copy that theme for others users , which directory do I have to copy ?07:15
Corkyurimxpxman: should be listed in lshw07:15
_antantHey Cork. Should my smb.conf not be in /etc/ ?07:16
raidoalkisg: Im pretty sure you will have floppy support on a default install07:17
EvildaemonHow is the mouse controlled in linux? (I need to know so I can attempt to write a script that will control it with the arrow keys, thank you in advance, and if this already exists I'd be happy to use it.)07:17
_antantservice is running fine, but I need to wiggle around some valid/invalid users07:17
_antantand it seems to have fled07:17
alkisgraido: on some cases I didn't have /dev/fd0, and I needed to `modprobe floppy` to get those. But I'm not sure in which cases that happens.07:17
raido_antant: /etc/samba/07:17
raidoalkisg: Prolly, in those cases the floppy kernel module was blacklisted by default.07:18
alkisgraido: but when does this happen? Does ubiquity blacklist it, based on floppy availability upon installation?07:19
raidoalkisg: IDK07:19
alkisgraido: thank you though07:19
raidoalkisg: np07:19
ChrisBuchholzHello guys. I was wondering if there exist a better driver MacBook touchpad/trackpad than what is set up default on ubuntu? I was trying out Touchégg and creating a file like described here https://code.google.com/p/touchegg/wiki/ConfigureDevices And that actually gave me a "better feeling" trackpad experience - it seemed to respond more like on OS X. No lost selections and failty clicks. I lost multitouch though so i reverted it.07:19
GeneralKAnyone able to offer a bit of advice on how to mount an NTFS partition on an gpt partitioned drive? So far I am having no lucj,07:20
robbiethe1stI've got some odd performance issues with OpenGL, Would anyone mind taking a look at this? http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=1056958307:20
GeneralKluck, rather.07:20
alkisgEvildaemon: you can control the mouse from a script with this: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/xte07:21
EvildaemonThank you07:21
raidoGeneralK: whats gpt?07:21
GeneralKraido, It seems to be the type of partition table that Windows 7 uses.07:23
* raido oops07:23
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raidoGeneralK: So you have a ntfs partition that you want to use in Linux07:25
GeneralKraido, Yes. According to parted, it's the number 2 partition on /dev/sda07:25
MichealHGeneralK, Does it show up in the Places menu? You want to open the ntfs partition?07:26
raidoGeneralK: so make a mount point in /media, like "sudo mkdir /media/ntfsdrive"07:26
GeneralKMichealH, No, not in the places menu.07:27
_antantok, how do allow a network user to delete files off a share?07:27
GeneralKraido, Yep, done...07:28
MichealH_antant, Im not familiar with Linux networking but I beleive "sudo chmod 777 file.file"can do the trick on the file07:28
raidoGeneralK: now do "sudo mount -t ntfs /dev/sda2 /media/ntfsdrive"07:28
MichealH777 = anyone an read wite delete and excecute07:28
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GeneralKraido, I tried that before... /dev/sda2 does not exist07:29
raidoYou said it was #2 on sda07:29
GeneralKthat is what parted says07:30
raidoGeneralK: Guess not then07:30
raidowhat does "sudo fdisk -l" say07:30
qkitGeneralk: if you run fdisk -ll how many partition appear?07:30
GeneralKqkit, raido : The output is long... what is that website where I can dump the output & give you a url?07:31
LancelotDoes anyone know of a good resource that I can use to learn about the linux shell and how to use terminal?07:31
_antantok, I've made my network user have the main group of the user that owns the folder. That should work, no?07:31
MichealHIt should do07:32
raidoGeneralK: paste.ubuntu.com07:32
GeneralKraido, qkit : http://paste.ubuntu.com/581956/07:33
_antanthow about adding create/directory mask = 0770 to my conf?07:33
Diverdudeehhhh is there something wrong with ubuntus update servers? I am downloading with ~7 kb/s from it07:34
qkitOuch, the wifi here are damn slow....07:35
_antantWoohoo! That's done it07:35
qkitRaido, you mange to load the page? i getting timeout here. :(07:36
raidoGeneralK: You have 4 HDs?07:37
GeneralKraido, Well, there are 2 'raid arrays'. The first is made up of 4 and the second is just one 1 tb hdd.07:38
raidoGeneralK: Is the ntfs partition on a raid volume07:39
_antantHuh. Can I take ownership of my external ntfs drive away from root?07:40
GeneralKraido, Well, I think the system might see it as one. Technically it isn't, it's just 1 HD. Check out http://paste.ubuntu.com/581964/ for the output from parted.07:42
raidoGeneralK: now do "sudo mount -t ntfs /dev/sda /media/ntfsdrive"07:43
GeneralKraido, NTFS signature is missing. Failed to mount '/dev/sda': Invalid argument The device '/dev/sda' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS. Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around?07:44
schinkenI've installed a package with dpkg -i --force-depends yesterday (because i dont need the dependencys (and i dont have em)) - but now, i cant update my system anymore - because of a broken package. Any idea?07:44
raidoGeneralK: try 1 sda107:45
GeneralKraido, Same as before now... sda1 no such file or directory07:46
SoftdroidI there any other software for Ubuntu for playing swf beside Gnash player?07:46
FuchsSoftdroid: vlc and mplayer should be able to (not interactivly) play it, else you can watch them in a browser with the adobe flash plugin07:46
raidoGeneralK: Ok, last try, use /dev/dm-0p107:47
SoftdroidFuchs: Thanks for your replay. I need a player so I can rewind or forward the movie07:47
cong06Has anyone here experienced an RSA key change based entirely on an ISP restructure? ie: would an ISP restructure cause a RSA key change over ssh? SSH gives me a warning if the IP changed and the RSA key changed. and this time both have changed. the IP changing is normal. the IP address is dynamic after all... I'm just not sure if I should be worried or not. I realize it's more likely a hardware issue than someone actually being malicious, but I don't want to t07:47
GeneralKraido, Yeah, I also tried that before... still the same, does not exist :-/07:48
raidoGeneralK: Im lost. Sorry buddy.07:48
FuchsSoftdroid: try vlc or mplayer07:48
StarminnIs there an app or a plugin for a media player that will show you the lyrics of the current song playing? For example, Windows Media Player has the option, and so do iPods while something is playing, so is there a pugin or something I could use? Even a separate app dedicated solely to the purpose of showing you a song's lyrics? (I'm using Banshee but others are fine)07:49
SoftdroidFuchs: vlc can't play the files. But I will try mplayer. Thanks07:49
GeneralKraido, Ah well. Buggered if I know either. Very frustrating :-/ Thanks for trying though.07:49
raidoGeneralK: np, BTW see this on GPT: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GUID_Partition_Table07:50
qkitGeneralK: how about running this command "sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sda /media/ntfsdrive"07:51
raidocong06: Your key didnt change, there is just a mismatch between the hash for the IP you had before and the one you have now. Just delete the line in ~/.ssh/known_hosts that contains the old IP reference07:51
GeneralKqkit, Same response as when we tried before with just the ntfs argument :-/07:52
cong06raido: except it's set to warn me only if the IP and the RSA key changed.07:52
raidoAre you logging in via ssh keys without a password07:53
cong06raido: or are you saying that the key is based on the ip? that doesn't make any sense because the ip changes constantly, and this is hte first time I saw it.07:53
cong06yeah. without a password. auto-logging in: http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/15207:53
raidocong06: Are you logging in via ssh keys without a password07:53
Diverdudeehhhh is there something wrong with ubuntus update servers? I am downloading with ~7 kb/s from it07:53
raidoDid it log you in after the warning07:54
raidocong06: can you copy the output and paste it07:54
cong06raido: to the chat? or do you want me to send it to your PM?07:55
_antantCan I set the owner of a mount in fstab?07:55
raidocong06: to paste.ubuntu.com07:55
GeneralKqkit, It's really annoying. Even in gdisk it is visible as partition 2 on /dev/sda07:55
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qkitGeneralK: if you run "sudo blkid /dev/sda2", what you get?07:56
cong06raido: http://paste.ubuntu.com/581965/07:56
GeneralKqkit, Nothing at all.07:56
qkitGeneralK: how about run it on /dev/sda ?07:57
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eristikophilesok this might sound dumb but why might the command "./configure --prefix=/usr" not be working?07:57
GeneralKqkit, sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sda /media/ntfsdrive07:57
raidocong06: Its like I said, delete line 2 in your known_hosts file, then youre ok07:58
GeneralKqkit,  /dev/sda: TYPE="nvidia_raid_member"07:58
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eristikophilesalso, the source package i got has everything with a .bin extension for some reason. it's for "debian"07:58
cong06thanks raido.07:58
raidonp, you understand now?07:59
qkitGeneralK, The ntfs partition is riding on top of a hardware raid?07:59
GeneralKqkit, Yeah, ther's a raid controller in the mobo. My main HD is a raid array08:00
eristikophilesok nm .. i found a .deb installer file08:00
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Guest73740 Guest7374008:01
qkitGeneralK: what is the output if you run " gdisk -l /dev/sda"08:01
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GeneralKqkit, http://paste.ubuntu.com/581968/08:02
Guest73740someone help me08:02
Guest73740I know nothing about ubuntu08:03
Guest73740someone help me08:03
Guest73740I can't change my name     why??08:04
pylixuse /nick /newnamehere08:04
qkitGeneralk: please try this "sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sda2 /mnt"08:04
pylixnvm the second /08:04
Guest73740I'll try08:05
GeneralKqkit, ntfs-3g: Failed to access volume '/dev/sda2': No such file or directory08:05
ericyGuest73740: Do you mean in IRC or in your Ubuntu install?08:05
qkitGeneralk: in the /var/log/messages, do you spot any unsual error? when you run that command?08:06
qkitor it cna be trace under dmesg also08:06
Guest73740yes in IRC08:07
GeneralKqkit, Nah, nothing. I have a suspicion that it has something to do with the raid though08:07
_antantWhen I try and chown an ntfs usb drive mounted in fstab from root won't let me. It doesn't give me an error it just doesn't do it. Is there a way I can take ownership?08:08
ericyGuest73740: Do: /nick yournewnick08:08
researcher1I want to customize liveCD with my personal logo made as .jpg file. How can that be done?08:08
ericy <qkit> Generalk: Thats -t ntfs    not -t ntfs-3g , ?? rightt ?08:09
SoftdroidSometimes the menu or texts in a browser is missed up in Ubuntu. Have anyone got such a problem, any solutions for that?08:10
Guest73740 /nick newnick  right?08:10
ericyGuest73740: Do: /nick joe       /nick  mary208:10
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shark1Thank you08:11
StarminnSoftdroid: YOu mean File/Edit/View/Tools/Help stuff?08:11
ericyshark1: OK.  Try: /help08:11
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shark1shark was someone ,shark1 is my name08:12
SoftdroidStarminn: Yes, for example when i'm using Openoffice word08:12
Guest78044do you know if certain font types are easier to read or make the reader more susceptible to convincing?08:12
GeneralKqkit, ericy : See, the drive also seems to show up as /dev/dm-008:12
StarminnSoftdroid: Certain apps (just by the way they're made) don't play well with various color schemes. For example, Firefox and OpenOffice/LibreOffice are notorious culprits for misbehaving with dark themes.08:13
SoftdroidStarminn: Thanks for your reply. Is it possible to change the themes?08:13
StarminnSoftdroid: While I've seen some fixes every so often I've never tried any of them because to get the normal white back it looks like you'd have to edit it by hand again. I could find them if you want, ubt in general the rule of thumb here is "Don't use dark themes if you need those menus."08:13
StarminnSoftdroid: I'm talking about system themes, which is what you've done to get that to happen.08:14
StarminnSoftdroid: System->Preferences->Appearance08:14
qkitGeneralk: hmm...try to mount using /dev/dm-0p1 rather then the sda08:14
shark1Thank you  ericy  I'm trying ubuntu08:15
StarminnSoftdroid: The ones that come default should be fine but some you get from GNOME-Look may not play so well.08:15
SoftdroidStarminn: The menus are unreadable but when I move the mouse over the items its readable again. Is that the problem you are talking about?08:15
StarminnSoftdroid: Yep.08:16
SoftdroidStarminn: I don't use dark theme, but I have changed the theme08:16
GeneralKqkit, Again, there's nothing other than dm-0 there's no dm-01 etc.08:16
SoftdroidStarminn: How can I change the theme back to default?08:16
ericyshark1: good luck to you. Have fun.08:17
StarminnSoftdroid: http://imagebin.org/143654 and to change themes just go to System->Preferences->Appearance and choose one.08:17
qkitGeneralk: but your gparted show that the /dev/dm-0p1 is available? but when you run the mount command. It return no such partition?08:18
SoftdroidStarminn: Thanks. You are using dark theme :)08:19
GeneralKqkit, Oh, cool... there's a gui for parted. :P08:19
shark1ericy: I'm learning programming08:19
ericyGeneralK: (I might be joining your conversation/problem very late) but if you can do command line, what do   sfdisk -l     blkid    and    df -h show?08:19
shark1do you like it08:19
StarminnSoftdroid: Another thing to take ntoe of is when using dark themes (mine doesn't do it because it's a white foreground but the ones that are *really* dark) the icons go into "high contrast" mode in Open/Libre Office.08:19
ericyGeneralK:    sfdisk -l      blkid    and    df -h show?08:20
StarminnSoftdroid: Yes, I am. I use Firefox 4 Beta though so the only apps I can't read well are LibreOffice and the logout/Sht Down button08:20
SoftdroidStarminn: Ok, thanks for the info08:20
StarminnSoftdroid: I deal with it. ;) Lol.08:20
GeneralKericy, I'll paste dump it all, hold one...08:20
qkitGeneralk: also the ls /dev/mapper ? anything show up?08:20
ericyGeneralK:  That's 3 separate commands:  sfdisk -l       blkid         df -h08:21
StarminnAnybody have suggestions for making my media player work again without not responding shortly after launch? This is the error I receive. I installed a plugin for Banshee and now it's doing this. How can I restore it to before the plugin? http://pastebin.com/qCgBycLg08:21
qkitericy: i believe sfdisk cant read gpt partition. His NTFS file system run on a gpt partition08:23
GeneralKericy, http://paste.ubuntu.com/581971/08:23
_antantqkit / ericy, you seem to be the people to ask. I'm trying to get write access over samba to a usb hdd mounted in fstab. I've tried change owner from root but it won't let me. Do you know of a way to do it?08:24
ericyantant: Hold on...08:24
superlinuxhi all. I just want to announce my youtube channel. It contains video lessons about using and installing Debian GNU/Linux. The special about them: Only Arabic language commentary . http://youtube.com/user/ranixlb . thanks. this is a one time advertisement.08:25
ericyGeneralK:  Lines 43 - 45,  /dev/dm-0p1  to p4  ...08:26
qkit_antant: you can try the solution given in this forum, http://kubuntuforums.net/forums/index.php?topic=3113457.008:26
_antantnice one, cheers08:27
SoftdroidWhich IRC client is best for Ubuntu?08:28
ericyGeneralK:  I didn't get in on the start of your problem, but I just thought this might help. Bye.  Lines 43 - 45,  /dev/dm-0p1  to p4  ...08:28
SoftdroidI'm using Quassel right now08:28
Tm_T!best | Softdroid08:28
ubottuSoftdroid: Usually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose, depending on your preferences, features you require, and other factors. Do NOT take polls in the channel. If you insist on getting people's opinions, ask BestBot in #ubuntu-bots.08:28
GeneralKericy, Thanks man, I'll have a look08:29
ericyantant: I don't know what to think (I've never used samba...).08:29
qkitGeneralk: what you get if you run "sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/dm-0 /media/ntfsdrive"08:29
GeneralKqkit, NTFS signature is missing. Failed to mount '/dev/dm-0': Invalid argument The device '/dev/dm-0' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS. Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around?08:30
fairuzHi, whats PATH=$PATH:$HOME/bin (.bashrc) equivalent in .cshrc?08:31
qkitGeneralk: what you get if you run gpart on /dev/dm-008:32
ethanol[   35.131778] CIFS: Unknown mount option _netdev08:33
ethanolsince when?08:33
ethanolit is clearly in the manpage for mount as a mount option08:33
pbearwhat's the difference between kernel compiling from the git-tree or via apt-get and from kernel.org??08:34
StarminnAnybody have suggestions for making my media player work again without not responding shortly after launch? This is the error I receive. http://pastebin.com/qCgBycLg I installed a plugin for Banshee and now it's doing this. How can I restore it to before the plugin?08:35
Sonnepbear, the git-tree would be the most bleeding edge kernel i'd guess, apt-get would get you the ubuntu patched sources, and kernel.org would get you the lastest stable kernel without patches08:35
ethanolStarminn: uninstall the plugin?08:36
StarminnYeah, how do I do that?08:36
ethanolStarminn: how did you install it?08:36
StarminnI navigated to it on my disk and deleted the file but it keeps coming back08:36
Starminnethanol: Eh, the install.sh included in the package08:36
ethanolopen that and see where it placed files08:37
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GeneralKqkit, A floating point exception!08:37
Xbiosimgonna own youre ass fag08:37
qkitwhat you get in "ls /dev/mapper" ?08:37
Starminnethanol: Well I actually just purged Banshee, so if it doesn't work I'll let you know. ;)08:38
StarminnAfter I reinstalled it it still had the plugin after I killed the ./.config/banshee-1 folder08:38
StarminnHo hum08:38
SonneStarminn, if you installed the plugin locally, reinstalling banshee won't help08:39
StarminnSonne: After a nice little purge it still is doing it so yeah, I'm discovering that.08:39
Sonnethat goes for everything else as well :)08:39
SonneStarminn, if you don't mind reconfiguring it, you might as well just annihilate the configuration whole08:40
StarminnSonne: I thought that's what purge did? remove+kill all configs. I tried hand-deleting the configs I could find in /home to no avail08:41
StarminnI really odn't mind, though. I mean I've already got a lot of hours of crap to do now from uninstalling so I actually would love to start fresh.08:41
researcher1how can I creat my own login screen name and personal LOGO?08:41
GeneralKqkit, control          nvidia_ebbedadj   nvidia_ebbedadj5 nvidia_daifaeje  nvidia_ebbedadj1  nvidia_ebbedadj608:42
bazZ061Hi all08:42
StarminnSonne ethanol: Here's the install.sh by the way http://pastebin.com/NckXajnD08:42
SonneStarminn, purging removes the system-wide configuration, not the local one08:42
bazZ061here is a noob, can somebody help me?08:42
StarminnSonne: Ah.08:43
Starminn!ask | bazZ06108:43
ubottubazZ061: 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. :-)08:43
qkitGeneralk: sorry, but i out of idea. Maybe you can try in other channel also, like debian or linux. Where there have people use gpt file system more often. :P08:43
bazZ061no germans here?08:43
Starminn!german | bazZ06108:43
ubottubazZ061: In den meisten ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuchen Sie bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Geben Sie einfach /join #ubuntu-de ein! Danke für Ihr Verständnis.08:43
SonneStarminn, can you run "pkg-config --variable=bansheedir banshee-1-core" and paste the output here?08:43
ethanolStarminn: you can try running pkg-config --variable=bansheedir banshee-1-core from terminal to figure out what path it used08:43
GeneralKqkit, Oh well. Thanks for trying08:43
bazZ061ich hab nen ubuntu in meinem vm server aufgesetzt08:43
* Sonne highs five to ethanol 08:43
ethanolSonne: :p08:44
bazZ061der ist zu haus und ich möchte per remote ssh drauf zugreifen08:44
bazZ061welchen port muss ich freigeben08:44
bazZ061902 oder 22?08:44
ethanolbazZ061: dude, stop and read what the bot said08:44
StarminnbazZ061: Read what ubottu said08:44
abhisgetting the following error Unable to connect to in.archive.ubuntu.com:http:08:44
bazZ061i set up an ubuntu server in my vmware server08:44
bazZ061@ home08:44
Starminnethanol Sonne: /usr/lib/banshee-108:44
bazZ061now i want to remote ssh on my server08:44
SonneStarminn, did you run that with sudo?08:45
ethanolStarminn: then you will find your plugin there08:45
bazZ061which port must opened?08:45
StarminnSonne: No.08:45
bazZ061902 or 2208:45
SonneStarminn, then i'm quite surprised it even worked08:45
Sonnetry looking if the plugin is in that directory08:45
bazZ061and how can i make it more secure?08:45
StarminnSonne: Aha! Giving me bogus commands, I see! ;)08:45
abhishi any help for the following issue? Unable to connect to in.archive.ubuntu.com:http:08:45
SonnebazZ061, google for securing debian howto - same things apply to ubuntu08:45
SonneStarminn, i'll ask again08:46
Sonnedid you run *install.sh* with sudo?08:46
bazZ061but which port ?08:46
bazZ061902 or 22?08:46
bazZ061i have to forweard them also08:46
bazZ061on my router08:46
SonnebazZ061, 22 is the standard port, i don't see why you wouldn't use it :)08:46
gamemakingdudeHi, i am having trouble of installing ubuntu 10.10 onto my usb.08:46
Starminnethanol: Yeah, it's here. I'll delete it and let you know08:46
ethanolStarminn: though a simple sudo locate Banshee.Lyrics.dll should have given you all locations too08:46
gamemakingdudeWhenever i install it, its the live cd08:47
gamemakingdudeand not a proper version of ubuntu08:47
bazZ061ok port 22 i have to forward08:47
bazZ061and which command is it in ubuntu?08:47
bazZ061i didnt find anything @ google08:47
Starminnethanol: "sudo locate Banshee.Lyrics.dll" didn't work even though I'm looking at the file08:47
ethanolbazhang: iptables for port forwarding08:47
ethanolStarminn: define "didn't work"08:47
bazZ061port forwarding is automated in my router08:47
Starminnethanol: It returned nothing.08:48
ethanolStarminn: did you try a sudo updatedb ?08:48
bazZ061but i have to open the port in my ubuntu machine08:48
SonneStarminn, follow me please - did you run the install.sh script with sudo?08:48
gamemakingdudeIgnore me....08:48
ethanolgamemakingdude: ok :)08:48
StarminnSonne ethanol: It's working now. I just ran "sudo rm /usr/lib/banshee-1/Banshee.Lyrics.dll" and restarted Banshee. Voila, no issue.08:49
StarminnSonne: Are we going to Candy Mountain? Sorry, anyway, yes, I did08:49
ET-0nlinehow do i install ssh is it sudo apt-get install ssh08:50
SonneStarminn, i missed your candy mountain reference - nevertheless i'm glad you managed to remove it08:50
SonneET-0nline, definitely, yes08:51
SonneET-0nline, the client should be already there though - for the server you might want openssh-server08:51
ET-0nlinesonne: and then if i want a user to connect to my ubuntu ssh how to do that08:51
beer_brouwerdoes anyone know a tool to create your own api?08:51
SonneET-0nline, create the user, give it a password, give your ip to your user08:51
StarminnSonne: Ah. It was simply one of those lame YouTube videos that gained popularity through some process full of facepalms a few years ago. Old news now. I would link you but it's highly irrelevant. Basically, "YouTube garbage" is a nice summary.08:51
SonneStarminn, noted08:52
ET-0nlinehow is it to add user is it sudo add user08:52
StarminnSonne: Thanks for the help though. If you have time, care to tell me more of this "locate" command? I can see this being very useful.08:52
ethanolcandy mountain was awesome08:52
SonneET-0nline, sudo adduser <username>08:52
peetoonCan anyone help me with my wireless card? It shows up on lshw but it doesn't seem to have a logical name.08:52
ethanolalmost as awesome as romeo and juliet in leetspeak08:52
Witedsi have a question for any one experianced enough in ubuntu or any other linux destro and wifi. is there a way to make it so i can see if there is hiden ESSIDs around me ? my ds using dsorganize can see them i was wondering if i could get my pc to ?08:52
SonneStarminn, periodically, your system stores a database of all the files you have on your disks (the update is done at some time during the night i believe)08:53
* Starminn tries to prevent the lines of #ubuntu/#ubuntu-offtopic from crossing *cough*ethanol*cough*08:53
Sonneby launching "locate" you can query that database, and see where a file is08:53
ethanolSonne: sudo updatedb08:53
GartralHello all, i'm trying too get pppd too run, but it appears i don't have a ppp_generic kernel module...08:53
StarminnSonne: Ah. And what were you saying about updating said DB?08:53
Starminnethanol: ah.08:53
gamemakingdudeI have a problem with installing ubuntu on a usb and i do not want it to be the live version!08:53
Sonneethanol, why do you tell me that?08:54
ethanolSonne: it doens't have to be nightly, it can be at your will too08:54
Sonneethanol, i was about to mention that - by default is nightly08:54
schinkenI've installed a package with dpkg -i --force-depends yesterday (because i dont need the dependencys (and i dont have em)) - but now, i cant update my system anymore - because of a broken package. Any idea?08:54
ethanolgamemakingdude: google install ubuntu on usb08:54
Sonneschinken, dpkg -r <that_package_name>08:55
gamemakingdudeI have08:55
Starminngamemakingdude: What do you mean "Live version"?08:55
ethanolgamemakingdude: this is irc, not your local how-to multichapter channel08:55
gamemakingdudei've tried pen drive linux08:55
bonjoyeeschinken: sudo apt-get install -f08:55
gamemakingdudeStarminn: Live cd.08:55
ethanolgamemakingdude: then don't install the live version08:56
gamemakingdudeI'm not installing it08:56
gamemakingdudeits the pendrive linux that does it08:56
Starminngamemakingdude: So you want it to run as a mini computer on the USB? AFAIK the newer Ubuntus don't work on that? Most people go with Damn Small Linux or Puppy Linux anyway, but the newer Ubuntus don't seem to be compatible with Pen Drive Linux according to their sit last I checked08:56
Witedsi guess thats a no to my question08:56
Starminntheir site*08:56
gamemakingdudeThen why is it included in the pendrivelinux list?08:57
lathan_deversethanol, if you need a live usb linux I suggest http://www.slax.org/ Very lightweight and small08:57
ethanolI do not08:58
Starminn!usb | gamemakingdude (read the second link)08:58
ubottugamemakingdude (read the second link): For 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/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent08:58
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Starminngamemakingdude: Some of those might help?08:58
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schinkenSonne: why remove? :/08:58
schinkeni dont want to remove that package08:59
Starminngamemakingdude: And yeah, I was thinking of the wrong program's site.08:59
ct529hi guys, I cannot play asf files on *ubuntu 10.10 .... I googled and searched but did not find a solution08:59
ct529can anyone help me?08:59
schinkenits working as it is, but i cant resolve the dependencies08:59
tensorpuddingwhat's an asf file?08:59
gamemakingdudeSo what ubuntu 8.04 only works on usbs?08:59
researcher1where are the .jpg files stored which give background to Ubuntu?08:59
ct529tensorpudding: it is a microsoft (£^£*%~&£$~!) multimedia file that is used by some internet radio streamers09:00
ct529tensorpudding: for example http://live1.interoutemediaservices.com/?id=632ecab2-c76f-49f6-8faf-2a99d13131d209:00
venkatesh_hello every one can anyone tell me what this command will do "le16_to_cpu"09:00
tensorpuddingct529: tried using banshee?09:00
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Starminnresearcher1: /usr/share/backgrounds I believe.09:00
venkatesh_hello every one can anyone tell me what this command will do "le16_to_cpu"09:01
Gartralct529: install ubuntu restrictred extras and banshee09:01
Sonneschinken, remove it, upgrade, reinstall it09:01
ciphersson1hi all09:01
Starminnresearcher1: /usr/share is where most system-wide files for users are. S if it's not in your home folder, check there.09:01
DJonesct529: This looks like a plug in for XMMS2 http://packages.ubuntu.com/lucid/sound/xmms2-plugin-asf You should be able to install the plugin via synaptic and sounds like it'll help you to play .asf files09:01
gamemakingdudeMost of the stuff on there is mostly for live stuff09:01
ciphersson1is there a certin way I should install ubuntu 10.10 on an intel ssd?09:01
venkatesh_hello every one can anyone tell me what this command will do "le16_to_cpu"09:01
gamemakingdudeand not for mini computer09:02
tensorpuddingvenkatesh_: probably converts a 16bit int from little endian to whatever the cpu uses09:02
ct529Gartral: I have already installed them09:02
Starminngamemakingdude:"This means that you can boot from a USB drive and keep customisations  such as keyboard layout, numlock, preferences, additional packages saved  on the drive. " What is lacking? That's what your desktop/laptop does.09:02
Gartralciphersson1: i believe ubuntu will recognize the SSD and automatically disable journaling, and enable wear-leveling.09:03
venkatesh_thamk you Tensorpudding , do you have any link which as this information..09:03
fedora_newbis there a way to save settings in xchat, like the servers and rooms you have joined to come up next time you start xchat?09:03
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ciphersson1us there a way to check?09:03
tensorpuddingvenkatesh_: try man 3 endian09:03
schinkenSonne: is there nothing else i can do? i need to install the vmware-view-client, but the version in the repro doesnt have PCoIP support - so i need to install the .dev09:04
Starminnfedora_newb: Have you asked in #xchat?09:04
fedora_newbI guess that would be a good start :P didn't know it had its own room, ty09:04
SnowmanX11I need help for LibreOffice.Calc. How can you divide the text within a cell (no wrap) as you do it with MS Office Excel (ALT+Enter)?09:04
Starminnfedora_newb: Not a problem. Questions abotu XChat are very common around here. I don't use it so I can't help much. If somebody here knows they'll tell you, but usually not many use it09:05
venkatesh_tensorpudding : Thank you for the information...09:05
linuxe..can you speak chinese?09:06
Starminn!ch | linux09:06
ubottulinux: Das Schweizer Team finden sie unter #ubuntu-ch, deutschsprachigen Support bekommen sie aber in #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de oder #edubuntu-de. Aus regionalen Gründen ist im Schweizer Channel nur Englisch erlaubt. Geben sie einfach /join #ubuntu-at ein! Danke für ihr Verständnis.09:06
Starminn!chinese | linux09:06
ubottulinux: For Ubuntu help in Chinese 您可以访问中文频道:打字 /join #ubuntu-cn 或者 打字 /join #ubuntu-tw  或者 打字 /join #ubuntu-hk09:06
ericylinux: What a very good nick you have. Did you register it, yet?09:07
researcher1I want a text to be floating for each background of Ubuntu.Actually the name of some holy diety09:07
Starminnericy: +1 How he managed that I do not know09:07
quietoneAfter logging out a user got a 'white screen of death', had to reboot and now can't get wifi up. SIOCSIFFLAGS: Operation not possible due to RF-kill09:07
researcher1I want a text to be floating for each background of Ubuntu.Actually the name of some holy diety. can it be done?09:07
tensorpuddingresearcher1: what do you mean by floating text?09:08
Starminnresearcher1: I'd say you'd need to just add the text yourself in GIMP or whatever pleases you. It would be nice if you could make a transparent .gif which is what I think you want to overlay it all, but I don't see it happening09:08
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tensorpuddingyou can edit the backgrounds to put in text09:08
DiverdudeHow is it exactly this groupon works? Is it a place where i can recommend cheap offers to my friends or what is it?09:09
tensorpuddingthere's also things which can paint on the background but that's a lot more painful09:09
researcher1tensorpudding: its the name of a diety writeen as .jpg image which I want to be visible for each  Ubuntu background09:09
Friponhi ! I would like to know if on Ubuntu Lucid, it's possible in KDM to have like in GDM the users who have an account in order to only click on the nickname and supply the password (because in KDM you have to type the entire nickname) ?09:09
quietonerfkill list shows wifi is hard and soft locked. unblock does not change that. there is no external switch on this machine09:09
icerootFripon: you can use gdm for kde if you want09:09
linux__I can not understdand09:10
Starminnresearcher1: You want it to be a single image which automatically applies to all of them, right?09:10
Starminnresearcher1: OR do you have just one background in particular in mind?09:11
GartralDiverdude: severly OT09:11
researcher1Starminn:I want same image to be applied to all backgrounds09:11
Starminnresearcher1: Okay. While I'm sure there's probably some way to set the background control file (wherever that is) to load two images with one being dynamic and the other static, I wouldn't knnow where to even find it, hat to do with it once I have it, or if it will even work. Your best bet (and possibly only bet) is to just make a background with the text you want there as a separate file.09:12
Starminnresearcher1: I like what you're trying to do, and if you want to try my earlier suggestion go for it as I see that as the only possible "hope" but I really wouldn't know what to tell you.09:13
DiverdudeGartral, come on, its ok09:13
researcher1Starminn:But I will have to edit each background and save it?09:13
StarminnDiverdude: Why is it that every time I'm on here somebody's lecturing you for being off-topic?09:14
Starminnresearcher1: Yes. So, for example, open it up in GIMP and just add a text box there, save it as a different name (so you save the original) and set it as your background.09:14
researcher1Starminn:ok .workable idea.thanks09:14
DiverdudeStarminn, Maybe you are just completely out of touch with reality mate09:15
quietoneI've been trying what I can find in the forums. But still no wifi.09:15
Starminnresearcher1: Sure thing. By the way, not sure if you know this or not, but backgrounds don't have to be in /usr/share/backgrounds to work. They can be anywhere. So to prevent accidentally overwriting stuff I'd save it in /home/yourUSERNAME/somewhere09:16
ericyfedora_newb: I am using XChat 2.8.8.  I will tell you that you can configure any servers and multiple channels to automatically open.09:16
StarminnDiverdude: In soviet Russia, reality touch you.09:16
quietoneanyone able to help get wifi working?09:16
Starminnresearcher1: Glad to help.09:16
Starminn!wifi | quietone09:17
ubottuquietone: Wireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs09:17
GartralStarminn: +109:17
Michael-farsighthi everyong09:19
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ericyMichael-farsight: Hello.09:19
linuxuz3rhello guys09:20
Michael-farsighthi,i am new to ubuntu, how about you?09:20
ericylinuxuz3r: Hello.09:20
linuxuz3rim intermediate09:20
linuxuz3rhi ericy09:20
ericyMichael-farsight: I've been using it for 2 years, (after Windows XP).09:21
linux__what ?09:21
ericylinuxuz3r: Hello.09:21
ericylinux__: Hello, do you have a problem.?09:22
quietoneStarminn, thx but I've tried what I see and I don't see my error msg09:22
ericylinux__: Or a question?09:22
ericylinux__: Which Ubuntu do you use? I use 10.10 on a (junk) Acer notebook.09:23
chaochaoi have a question09:23
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ericyOK, you 3 nicks just listen, while the rest of us debug and troubleshoot 'real' problems.09:25
Starminnquuietone: I have no experience with Wi-Fi. The bot call usually solves the problem. Sorry.09:25
ericychaochao: What?09:25
chaochaocan you tell me how to use 'apt-get',i am a student.09:27
ericychaochao: Student of what?09:27
quietoneStarminn, thx for the reply, I got it working. I stopped listening to the user (told me there was no switch) and found the switch.09:27
RubenAlonzoGreetings Everyone.09:28
johan^izichaochao, open a console and type: apt-get09:28
ericychaochao: First do: sudo apt-get update09:28
alkStudent of life09:28
quietonegood night all09:28
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alkjohan^izi: nice concise instructions there ;)09:28
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johan^izialk, ;)09:28
isbric_Somthing in x is causing me packet loss every 10 minutes lasting 30-60 sec, from console im not experiancing any packetloss, wat can i do to norrow this problem down even more?09:28
ericychaochao: Then to install say firefox: sudo apt-get install firefox09:29
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ericyquietone: Good night.09:29
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Quintinany tips on how to make ubuntu not so slow and craptastic?09:30
ericyRubenAlonzo: Hello.09:30
Quintinmachine in question is PIII 1ghz 640mb ram09:30
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linuxuz3rwell ubuntu is not slow09:31
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DJonesQuintin: I would be tempted to use something like xubuntu or lubuntu rather than ubuntu, they're less memory intensive09:31
Quintinyes, yes it is.09:31
DJones!nickspam | H_i_t_l_e_r09:31
ubottuH_i_t_l_e_r: You should avoid changing your nick in a busy channel like #ubuntu, or other Ubuntu channels; it causes excessive scrolling which is unfair to new users. Please set your preferred nick in your client's settings instead. See also « /msg ubottu Guidelines »09:31
chaochaoi know it a little.09:32
Quintinlinuxuz3r: windows xp UI is a billion times faster09:33
* Gnea looks at Quintin 09:33
overcluckerlubintu might be able to handle your 1gz09:33
GneaQuintin: okay, just saw your original question - yeah, don't use Ubuntu on such a slow system, heh, try Xubuntu or Elivecd09:34
Quintinnot mine, mom's bf's. :P09:34
Quintinmy pee cee is pretty fast-ish.09:34
Quintinalso if you coul dmake the tv out work, that would be grand09:34
linuxuz3rQuintin, really09:34
Quintinwhen I try tvout, everything goes to shit09:34
linuxuz3rwindows 2000 is much better than xp09:34
GneaQuintin: making the tv-out work is up to you09:34
Quintinlinuxuz3r: "better"?  no, not really09:34
DJonesQuintin: If you could upgrade the memory, that would probably make a big difference as well09:34
Gnea#windows for windows talk09:35
QuintinDJones: yea, I'll ask around for antoher 512m dimm I guess09:35
Quintinoh boy, irc nazis09:35
ericyDoes any body have a 'real' question or problem with Ubuntu?09:35
Gnea!windows | Quintin09:35
ubottuQuintin: For discussion on Microsoft software, or help with same, please visit ##windows. See http://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+bug/1 http://linux.oneandoneis2.org/LNW.htm and /msg ubottu equivalents09:35
Gnea!guidelines | Quintin09:36
ubottuQuintin: The guidelines for using the Ubuntu channels can be found here: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines09:36
GneaQuintin: feel free to comment about it in #freenode if you like09:36
Quintinwhenever I run the tv out, it's like the video accel stops working ... dragging windows around is sloooowww09:36
Gnea!pm | Quintin09:36
ubottuQuintin: Please ask your questions in the channel so that other people can help you, benefit from your questions and answers, and ensure that you're not getting bad advice. Please note that some people find it rude to be sent a PM without being asked for permission to do so first.09:36
Tm_TQuintin: also please keep that name calling off from the channel09:36
ana_hi. I installed Pixum software in Lubuntu but when I try to execute it, appears that error "Failed to execute child process "/ home / ana / Pixum / Pixum" (No such file or directory)"09:36
linuxuz3rubuntu is cool09:36
linuxuz3rits fast09:36
ana_lubuntu is faster09:36
linuxuz3rwhat is it09:37
ubottulubuntu is a project to create a derivative of Ubuntu using the LXDE desktop environment. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu . /join #lubuntu for lubuntu support.09:37
ana_but horrible installing software09:37
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ana_linux is horrible to install software out repos09:37
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ana_I installed Pixum software in Lubuntu but when I try to execute it, appears that error "Failed to execute child process "/ home / ana / Pixum / Pixum" (No such file or directory)"09:38
ericyana_: (I'm running Lubuntu right now.) What is Pixum software?09:38
ana_any soution?09:38
ubottugrub is the default boot manager for Ubuntu releases before 9.10 (Karmic). 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.09:38
ana_is a photoalbum09:38
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager since 9.10 (Karmic). Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub209:38
Quintinhrm... over 200 processes running.  seems very excessive for a desktop09:39
linuxuz3rhey quintin do you know why ubuntu iso image says amd6409:39
linuxuz3rnot general x86_6409:39
ericyana_: Is Pixum software in the Ubuntu repo?09:39
ana_I try it in windows without problems09:39
ana_no repo09:39
ana_is not possible to install out ubuntu repos?09:40
ana_I never runs anything not in the repos09:40
ericyana_: Is Pixum a windows program that came with your camera or printer?09:40
ana_is linux native09:40
ericyana_: ok09:40
Gneaana_: usually there's a variant of what you're looking for in the repositories, but if not, you should be able to compile if it comes to that09:41
fedora_newbWhy isn't there OPs in this room? It could really use some for the trolls.09:42
Gneafedora_newb: what's the problem?09:42
Quintinlinuxuz3r: hmm?  why?09:42
ana_that software is very near to hofmann09:42
fedora_newbGnea, just rude people in chat ;)09:42
linuxuz3rQuintin, i was just wondering09:42
ana_others no09:43
Gneafedora_newb: no worries :)09:43
AdvoWorkive got a bit of perl script, im trying to run/pipe a program through, any ideas please? would it just  be cat file.txt | perlcode > outputfile ? i tried that but it didnt appear to do anything09:43
linuxuz3rin fedora it says x86_6409:43
linuxuz3rbut ubuntu and debian the iso is amd6409:43
ubottuAMD64 and Intel 64 are fully supported architectures on Ubuntu. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CommonQuestions#AMD64%20Processors and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amd64 for more information.09:43
Quintinwell, most compilers produce binaries that are compatible with both architecture.  I think amd was the first to have popular consumer 64 bit cpu, so it might be related to that09:44
ana_I wait pixum support mail xD09:44
Gneaana_: what's the problem you're having, exactly?09:45
overcluckerAdvoWork: you script has to be able to handle sdtin09:46
linuxuz3rany elite hardware geeks here?09:46
linuxuz3rjust wanna chat really09:47
Gnealinuxuz3r: try #hardware, thanks09:47
DJoneslinuxuz3r: You might be better joining ##hardware to chat about that, or #ubuntu-offtopic09:47
Sonnegah, i thought there was a !command for this as well :P09:47
AdvoWorkoverclucker, cant i do it from the CLI? the script is like: perl -MEncode -pe 'use bytes; sub c { my $d = decode("UTF-8",shift,Encode::FB_XMLCREF); $d =~ s/&#x(..);/decode("windows-1252",chr(hex($1)))/eg; $d } s/([\x80-\xFF]+)/encode("UTF-8",c($1))/eg'09:48
Corkflash plays super fast (and no sound) in browsers for me (chrome, firefox and opera), tried to reinstall flash, totem, the browsers but can't find a solution; anyone have an idea?09:48
ericyGnea: She (ana_) said: I installed Pixum software in Lubuntu but when I try to execute it, appears that error "Failed to execute child process "/ home / ana / Pixum / Pixum" (No such file or directory)"09:48
K3rl0u4rnhi people, I'm currently trying to install a subsystem with debootstrap, I wonder if this is possible to use debootstrap + chroot without root access ? does it even make sense ? are there any security issues ?09:48
mirshafieHello folks. I've been having some problems with booting Ubuntu since 10.10, the famous "Checking battery state" bit that freezes the boot process. I'm wondering if this check can be removed from the boot sequence, so that I can use Ubuntu?09:49
linuxuz3roh guys is there a pattern when ubuntu release is lts09:49
krishnai need y messenger09:49
krishnacan u help ?09:49
nit-witlinux, 3years09:49
nit-witlinuxuz3r, 3 yeras09:49
linuxuz3rnit-wit, but what release usually are lts09:50
DJoneskrishna: Yahoo messenger? You can connect to yahoo accounts for chat using pidgin or empathy, although from memory, they don't support video chat09:50
Gneaericy: ah, okay - well we support Ubuntu here, Lubuntu support is in #lubuntu, and from what I can tell, it's just a perl script to install it, so it should "just work" if you type ./install.pl09:50
krishnacan u help ?09:50
Gnea!lts | linuxuz3r09:50
ubottulinuxuz3r: LTS means Long Term Support. LTS versions of Ubuntu will be supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server. The current LTS version of Ubuntu is !Lucid (Lucid Lynx 10.04)09:50
Gnea!ask | krishna09:50
ubottukrishna: 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. :-)09:50
linuxuz3ris the next release of ubuntu LTS?09:51
ana_yes, y make ./install.pl09:51
ubottuNatty Narwhal is the codename for Ubuntu 11.04, due April 28 2011. Help and support (only) in #ubuntu+1. Natty is unstable and is not intended for production systems.09:51
Gnealinuxuz3r: I would say 'no'09:51
ana_install ok09:51
DJoneslinuxuz3r: I think 12.04 is the next LTS09:51
linuxuz3rgnea ok09:51
ana_but program not run09:51
ericyana_: It appears that maybe when you installed, You should specify "/home/ana/"  not "/home/ana/Pixum/".09:51
Gneaana_: okay, I'm installing it now09:52
ericyana_: It appears that maybe when you installed, You should specify "/home/ana/"  not "/home/ana/Pixum/".09:52
linuxuz3rim dumbfounded every time i see a software with so many features09:52
linuxuz3ris gnome3 gonna be on 11.0409:53
ana_i try it09:53
ana_i go to try it sorry xD09:53
Gnealinuxuz3r: ask in #ubuntu+1 please09:53
krishnahi ..09:54
K3rl0u4rnanyone could help with this question ? I'm currently trying to install a subsystem with debootstrap, I wonder if this is possible to use debootstrap + chroot without root access ? does it even make sense ? are there any security issues ?09:54
overcluckerAdvoWork: yes, you should be able to pipe that alright. cat file.txt | perlcode > out.txt09:54
Gneakrishna: talk here, not in PM, thanks.09:54
Gnea!details | krishna09:55
ubottukrishna: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."09:55
AdvoWorkoverclucker, it doesnt seem to change anything in the file though?09:55
vivek200912Wine is installed but having problem in playing games...!!!!09:56
linuxuz3ri wonder from where the ubuntu funds comes from cause i am just wondering because it seems that it the distro is well maintained and updated09:57
linuxuz3rif i want to be a developer for ubuntu what channel should i go to09:57
Gneavivek200912: not all games are going to work with wine, you might need cedega09:57
linuxuz3ryeah cedega09:57
linuxuz3rcool thanks for idea man09:58
K3rl0u4rni/join #debian09:58
Gnea!canonical | linuxuz3r09:58
ubottulinuxuz3r: Canonical Ltd. is committed to the development, distribution and promotion of open source software products, and to providing tools and support to the open source community. It is the driving force behind the Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, and Edubuntu Operating Systems. Canonical's website is at http://www.canonical.com/09:58
FloodBot1K3rl0u4rn: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.09:58
vivek200912Gnea: what is cedega?09:58
Gnea!cedega | vivek20091209:58
ubottuvivek200912: cedega is a project based on WINE, aimed at running Windows games on Linux. For more info, see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/Cedega09:58
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vivek200912Gnea: Thanks a lot....!! Have a good day..09:59
Gneavivek200912: cheers09:59
eso4g2Hi! Everybody!09:59
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eso4g2UBUNTU Rules09:59
ana_now say denied permision10:00
eso4g2ana crap!10:01
Gneaana_: it works fine here, what's saying denied permissions?10:01
ana_with ubuntu?10:01
eso4g2you are a silly xD10:01
eso4g2Ana is a crap.10:01
DJones!coc | eso4g210:02
ubottueso4g2: The Ubuntu Code of Conduct is a community etiquette document to which we ask all Ubuntu users to adhere, and can be found at http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct/ .  For information on how to electronically sign the CoC, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SigningCodeofConduct .10:02
ana_not insults please10:02
ericyeso4g2: Name calling is not as good as politeness.10:02
Gnea!attitude > eso4g210:02
ubottueso4g2, please see my private message10:02
Gneaana_: yes, the GUI came up10:02
ana_BAN ESO4g please10:03
Gneaana_: now, you said you ran ./install.pl right?10:03
Gneaana_: stop.10:03
eso4g2vive je.10:03
pbearwhat's the difference between a data compressor(bzip2) and an archiver(rar)?10:03
eso4g2el ubunto es una crap10:03
Baramboth are old, rar is very slow on linux10:03
Gnea!es | eso4g210:03
ubottueso4g2: En la mayoría de canales de Ubuntu se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español o charlar entra en el canal #ubuntu-es. Escribe "/join #ubuntu-es" (sin comillas) y dale a enter.10:04
ana_y ran ./install.pl10:04
pbearwhat's the difference?10:04
Gneaana_: okay, did you get any errors?10:04
ana_i run again10:04
vivek200912Gnea: which version of cedega I should install?10:04
Gnea!patience | pbear10:04
ubottupbear: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/10:04
ana_i think no errors10:04
Baramumm... everything?  They use completely different compression routines10:04
Gneavivek200912: the latest ought to work10:04
Gneaana_: okay good, do you still have the terminal open?10:05
vivek200912Gnea: can u specify here?10:05
Gneavivek200912: whatever the latest is on the website.10:05
isbric_Im havving a network problem and i think its related to X, wat can i do to norrow my search of the error?10:05
vivek200912Gnea: ok, let me check..10:06
Gneavivek200912: it's fairly simple and straight-forward.10:06
Baramnetwork problem related to X?10:06
mirshafieand by the way, I do not have a laptop, so I don't need Ubuntu to check the battery state. if that helps...10:06
ana_downloading many archives10:06
Gneaana_: now type the following:  cd ~/Pixum10:06
vivek200912Gnea: Its have cost.10:06
ana_when finish installation10:06
Gneaana_: then:  cd Pixum\ Photo\ Book10:07
Gneaana_: yes, after installation is finished10:07
ana_thanks for your help10:07
zvacetvivek200912: you have to pay for cedega10:07
Gneavivek200912: yes, it's not free, but it's not expensive. not everything is without cost.10:07
Gneavivek200912: ubuntu is free, therefore less cost to play such games shouldn't be a problem.10:07
Gneaana_: you're welcome10:08
ana_Pixum installed, no errors. now say: to run program click on /home/ana/Pixum/Pixum Easy book10:08
vivek200912Gnea, zvacet: yes, obiviously, and not much prise only $5 per month which is good to buy..10:08
Gneaana_: yes, that's the problem.10:08
shlorinehey, I cant start up xfce4 for some reason =/ xf86OpenConsole: Cannot open /dev/tty0 (No such file or directory)10:08
zvacetvivek200912: so go for it10:09
ana_:S ???10:09
Gneavivek200912: exactly - make sure you check the compatibility list to make sure your game works with it before buying10:09
Gneaana_: you have to type:  cd Pixum, then cd Pixum\ Photo\ Book10:09
Gneaana_: then type:  ./Pixum\ Photo\ Book10:09
vivek200912zvacet,Gnea: thanks..10:09
ana_I don't have Pixum\Photo\book :S10:11
iqpiana_: notice the spaces10:11
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Gneaana_: the \ are to escape spaces on the commandline10:12
ericyGnea: ana_: You are making me dizzy with all of those forward slashes, back slashes and spaces!10:12
shlorineCould anyone help me with something?, I cant get xfce to boot up for some reason10:12
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Gneaericy: feel free to focus on something else :)10:12
iqpishlorine: how do you have tried to boot xfce?10:12
ana_I I'm in terminal in /Pixum10:12
Gneaana_: yes, and if you type:  cd Pixum<tab>   where <tab> is the tab key, you'll see why the \ is necessary10:13
shlorineiqpi just by using the startxfce4 cmd10:13
ana_sorry I don't understand10:13
ana_I install it in /home/ana/Pixum10:14
ericyGnea: ana_: Well as I said in an earlier post!: Spaces in file and directory names are evil!10:14
Gneaericy: that doesn't help solve the problem.10:14
ana_ericy shut up please10:14
FuwexHi. I need a simple, yet good-looking panel that works with Compiz to only show a taskbar, meaning only open windows. No other buttons. Any suggestions?10:14
zvacetshlorine: why do you want to start from cli10:14
iqpiperhaps its because you are trying to start it from gnome?10:14
Gneaana_: let's just take this step-by-step and it will work, okay?10:14
ericyGnea: rudness10:15
ana_I reinstall again10:15
Gneaericy: enough.10:15
Gneaana_: okay10:15
Gneaana_: let me know when you are ready10:15
ana_in install no change anything?10:15
Gneaana_: correct.10:16
ericyGnea: I'm listening too.10:16
Gneaericy: please do.10:16
ana_now the text is in english :S10:17
Gneaana_: okay, can you cd Pixum/Pixum\ Photo\ Book/10:19
ana_now it runs!10:21
ana_but in english xD10:21
ana_I try again in spanish version10:21
ana_is strange that10:22
ana_english version ok10:22
ana_spanish no.....10:22
Gneaana_: weird... glad it works :)10:23
j0llyr0tteni upgraded to natty and wifi broke, where do i get help from? thx10:24
Gneacheers :)10:24
Gnea!natty | j0llyr0tten10:24
ubottuj0llyr0tten: Natty Narwhal is the codename for Ubuntu 11.04, due April 28 2011. Help and support (only) in #ubuntu+1. Natty is unstable and is not intended for production systems.10:24
ana_now I try to reinstall spanish version10:24
ana_is possible any mistake in spanish version :S10:25
ejv!enter | ana_10:25
ubottuana_: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line. Don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!10:25
ana_ok sorry10:25
ana_spanish version not run10:28
erryIm trying to update and all im getting is 0% [Waiting for headers]10:28
erryQuite a while now10:29
et-0nlinehey whats the command line when somebody ssh logs and i want to see what he does on my box10:29
lathan_deversana_, try asking at the spanish irc channel #ubuntu-es10:29
ejvet-0nline: they need to have a screen active, then you'd screen -x10:30
ana_is a program error10:30
ana_nothing to do10:30
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erryIs there a problem with the update servers?10:31
ejvi believe people are having difficulty communicating with you ana_ , you should try asking in the #ubuntu-es channel in your native language. :)10:31
zvaceterry: try to change server and see if that works10:31
erryzvacet, is there a way to know which server is the problem?10:32
erryI use ubuntu.otenet.gr and badgerports.org10:32
zvaceterry: under ubuntu software center>edit>software repositories change from one you use now to main and see10:33
erryWhere's ubuntu software center?10:33
Neosanohello guys, I'm going to install ubuntu ON usb. Why can't I simply boot from cd and install it to usb exactly the same way I install ubuntu on my hard drive?10:33
erryI'm on 10.04 lts10:33
zvaceterry: under applications10:34
iqpiNeosano: you can do as you say, i have done it but with debian10:34
erryOh that10:34
errynever used it10:34
linuxuz3ri saw a xoom tablet today and its something10:34
linuxuz3rsmaller than an ipad10:34
Neosanoiqpi, oh, right. Just wanted to be sure, thanks10:34
iqpiNeosano: just be sure to select the correct drive10:35
iqpiand also when you are going to install grub10:35
erryzvacet, stuill 0% waiting for heeaders10:35
iqpiinstall it in the pendrive, and not in other harddisk10:35
zvaceterry:  sorry I don't know10:36
Neosanoiqpi, OK. uhhmm, more questions came to my mind :)10:36
errymaybe badgerports is the prob10:36
Neosanoiqpi, is it possible to install more than 1 distrib on a pendrive?10:36
iqpiNeosano: of course yes10:37
erryThat was the prob10:37
Neosanoiqpi, and is it possible to resize partitions on the pendrive like I usually do on my hdd?10:37
zvaceterry:  so you solved it?10:37
iqpiNeosano: yes, no problem, just make the partitions as if it will be a standart hd10:37
Neosanoiqpi, awesome :O thanks10:38
erryzvacet, yes ty10:38
azizLIGHTShow do i make a new user  called 'dropbox'10:38
Ben64adduser dropbox10:38
zvaceterry:  glad to hear that  :)10:38
gamemakingdudeUbuntu is now installing on my 8gb usb.10:38
iqpionly one thin Neosano10:38
boota2hello, I can't access webmin form the internet, works from localhost from root10:39
iqpiNeosano: i dont advice you to use ext3 or ext410:39
FriponHi ! I modified keys in /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc but changes are ignored, did I miss something?10:39
boota2anyone had experience with it?10:39
Ben64usb flash drives are really slow, i don't recommend them for an OS10:39
iqpiNeosano: because of journaling10:39
mirshafieok i take it no one here is familiar with the ubuntu boot sequence. bye10:39
Neosanoiqpi, :O10:39
Neosanoiqpi, what should I use then?10:39
azizLIGHTShow do i become the new user 'dropbox'10:40
Ben64ext2, still gonna be slow though10:40
iqpiNeosano: i think ext2 is the best, or parse a option to ext4 to disable journaling, and i dont know how to do that xD10:40
NeosanoBen64, not for everyday use, of course! but for trying linux out and doing recovery things!10:40
SonneazizLIGHTS, su dropbox10:40
Sysi!webmin | boota210:40
ubottuboota2: webmin is no longer supported in Debian and Ubuntu. It is not compatible with the way that Ubuntu packages handle configuration files, and is likely to cause unexpected issues with your system.10:40
boota2I have old ubuntu.10:41
SonneNeosano, just out of curiosity, why do you want a filesystem without journaling?10:41
neurochromeIs anyone else getting weird screen artefacts in Ubuntu.  If I have an app open in the foreground I always see either youtube videos or adverts for amazon come through from the background, even when a browser is minimised or closed altogether10:41
neurochromethe only way to get rid of it is to restart10:41
neurochromethis is a new problem, started at 10.1010:41
neurochromeany ideas?10:41
Sonneneurochrome, few other people are reporting the same issue - it's most probably due to the video drivers10:41
SysiSonne: it's better when using usb drive, less writing to it10:42
SonneSysi, aha10:42
mushroomsHi all, I have used ubuntu in the past (like version 6 or something) but gave up, and decided that I would give it another go today with version 10.10:42
neurochromeSonne, even switching between metacity/compiz/ emerald/gtk-win-dec doesn;t help10:42
Sonneneurochrome, those are window managers, not video drivers :P10:42
neurochromeSonne, no fix?10:42
neurochromeSonne,  yeah I know10:42
Ben64neurochrome: have you tried disabling hardware accel for flash10:42
Sysiit's issue with flash10:42
mushroomsBut I need help setting up my wireless card, more specifically... It doesn't seem to turn 'on' when I boot up10:43
neurochromeNo, I haven't10:43
Sonneneurochrome, the proprietary flash plugin uses some kind of weird acceleration that causes problems on certain drivers, you might want to try switching to some alternatives10:43
ylmfoswhat is this?10:43
Sonneneurochrome, for example, you  might consider trying the proprietary drivers10:43
Neosanoiqpi, oh, and really, what's wrong with journaling?10:43
neurochromeThere is a way to disable hw accel though, I'll look into it10:43
neurochromeSonne, prop drivers for what?10:43
neurochromealready do10:43
Sonneneurochrome, for your video card10:43
DJonesylmfos: This a a support channel for the ubuntu operating system10:43
Sonneah, nice10:43
SysiNeosano: more writing to disc10:43
iqpiNeosano: journaling makes many write cycles to the disks to dont loose data in a crash10:44
GeneralKJust in case there is anyone different around now, I am having an issue where I'm unable to mount a NTFS partition on a drive that has a gpt partition table... it's also connected through a nvidia raid array. Any help would be appreciated10:44
neurochromeSonne,  not that I like prop stuff, but I like my gfx with a kick up the ass10:44
Ben64neurochrome: try disabling hardware accel for flash first :D right click flash vid -> settings -> uncheck box for accel10:44
ylmfosi m first use it10:44
iqpiNeosano: so it will destroy your pendrive10:44
Sonneneurochrome, i know what you mean, i run proprietary drivers as well - but your issue appears often when using the free ones10:44
iqpiNeosano: because pendrives are designed to support a limit of IO cycles10:44
neurochromeBen64, cheers 2sec, I thought there was a cfg file somewhere to switch it on/off10:44
ylmfoswhere are u?10:45
SysiBen64: i'd tried that but my settings aren't working either..10:45
mushroomswhen I type in, lshw -C network, and it shows up with an entry "*-network UNCLAIMED" what does this mean?10:45
FriponHi ! I modified keys in /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc but changes are ignored, did I miss something?10:45
Neosanoiqpi, oh :O10:45
ericyHave you seen the channel list.  Do it. Filter it for channels with over 300 users.10:45
Ben64Sysi: huh? i didn't say anything for you to do?10:45
zvacetyimfos: do you have any question10:45
SonneGeneralK, i'm not familiar with your setup - you might want to try #ubuntu-server however10:46
SysiBen64: throws to adobe website10:46
Neosanoiqpi, hmm.. ok.. but then what's going to happen if I pull my usb out while the system is doing something?10:46
SysiFripon: you could try to ask from #kubuntu10:46
SysiNeosano: unclean mount, not good for journalized fs:es either10:47
azizLIGHTShow do i give the new user dropbox, ability to read/write my home dir? /home/ubuntu10:47
iqpiNeosano: i dont know, but the same that if while you are working with the system, you disconnect the hard drive, your system will crash10:48
SonneazizLIGHTS, you could try adding the dropbox user to your group - but why are you using a dedicated user for dropbox?10:48
iqpiNeosano: I think it will become freeze10:48
iqpiand you will cannot do anything, just hardreboot10:48
FriponSysi thx10:48
mushroomsHow do I check if a particular driver in question is bound to a device, and talking to the kernel?10:48
azizLIGHTSSonne: because i tried with my own user and it does funny things when i try to share /home/ubuntu to other dropbox users10:49
Sysimushrooms: lspci -k10:49
SonneazizLIGHTS, using a different user won't change anything10:49
Sysifor a start10:49
Neosanoiqpi, I mean would it broke the filesystem so I'd have to format it?10:49
Sonnethat's the way fuse woks i guess10:49
mushroomsSysi: so if it's listed, then a driver should be installed?10:49
fedora_newbmushrooms, it will list the driver its using10:50
azizLIGHTSSonne: it tries to sync /home/ubuntu/.dropbox which has socket files and goes 100% cpu usage, if i exclude it , it deltes it and my db disappears, if i recreate it, and then try to share /home/ubuntu it makes a .dropbpx (Conflicted Copy) dir10:50
azizLIGHTSSonne: its funny businmess!10:50
azizLIGHTSSonne: im going to isolate the .dropbox dir into a new user, and not share that user's home. and keep my own home safe from that crap and able to be shared10:50
chasishi, i need a linux alternative for avisub detector, any help?10:50
mushroomsfedora_newb: oh ok (sorry I'm not an advanced user.. so...) I'm trying to get my wireless card working with ubuntu :(10:50
death_ку народ10:50
SonneazizLIGHTS, that doesn't really look like a good choice, but have fun experimenting :)10:51
fedora_newbmushrooms, i had trouble with mine as well, however did you try connecting it to a wired connection and then checking for additional drivers with ubuntu online?10:51
DJones!ru | death_10:51
ubottudeath_: Пожалуйста посетите #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке  / Pozhalujsta posetite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke10:51
fedora_newbmushrooms, it fixed mine right up with that method10:51
azizLIGHTSso how do i add 'dropbox' to my group?10:52
fedora_newbmushrooms, system->administration->additional drivers10:52
mushroomsfedora_newb: yes, i am connected via wire at the moment, and then i connected it to the 'restricted drivers', it said that system doesn't have any..10:52
iqpiNeosano: i dont know what will happen10:52
iqpibut i dont think you will have any problem, but you will loose whatever you have not saved before10:52
fedora_newbmushrooms, you made sure your wifi is on?10:52
mushroomsfedora_newb: then... my wireless card is one of those ones where i insert into the PCI slot on my laptop. it won't light up either..10:52
SonneazizLIGHTS, adduser dropbox ubuntu10:53
chasisany help with avisub detector for linux?10:53
mushroomsfedora_newb: ^^;;; actually i don't know how to turn it on in ubuntu..10:53
Sonne(if that's your username)10:53
zvacetmushrooms:  read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs and see if it helps10:53
mushroomszvacet: yeah i'm reading that at the moment now too10:53
Neosanoiqpi, I want the free space of the pendrive to be shared for all os'es on my pendrive, how to do that?10:53
Sysimushrooms: should be bios setting10:53
azizLIGHTSSonne what about the permissions of /home/ubuntu dir? do i have to set it10:53
zvacetmushrooms: ok then10:53
sougatamushrooms: whats your network card ?10:53
fedora_newbmushrooms, i would do what zvacet recommended...i am of no help from here, sorry10:53
mushroomszvacet: i was trying to figure out if the lshw -C network command meant anything :(10:53
SonneazizLIGHTS, if anything, chmod g+w10:54
jrn_amushrooms, look for the ubuntu netbook versions / it's extra packages10:54
neurochromeBen64, the settings is greyed out, and global settings takes me to adobe.com10:54
Sonneif you wanna write to it, that is10:54
mushroomssougata: I have no idea >_< how do i tell? (i don't have the driver disc, nor do i have the original box)10:54
iqpiNeosano: just make a partition with the free space, and format it to fat3210:54
azizLIGHTSdo i do adduser dropbox ubuntu, as ubuntu or as dropbox user10:54
Sonneadduser <dropbox user> <your user>10:54
iqpithen make a fstab rule to mount that partition for example in /pendrive10:54
azizLIGHTSyes but as who?10:54
sougatamushrooms: so what was the output for lshw -C network ?10:54
Ben64neurochrome: try it on a youtube vid?10:55
mushroomssougata: hang on i'll paste it in a pastebin10:55
neurochromeyeah, that's where I am10:55
sougatamushrooms: cool10:55
Neosanoiqpi, no, I mean..  I don't want to create 2 partitions for 2 different os'es, how can I install them on one? :O10:55
Ben64neurochrome: well thats grayed for me too... hold on10:55
Neosanoiqpi, simply different root directory?10:56
zvacetNeosano: you can not install two os on same partition10:56
neurochromeBen64, k10:56
iqpiNeosano: you need at least one partition for each / so, you cannot install 2 systems in one partition10:56
mushroomssougata: http://paste.ubuntu.com/582022/10:56
Neosanothat doesn't sound good XD10:56
azizLIGHTSSonne: what about files in /home/ubuntu/* shouldnt those be g+w too?10:56
neurochromeBen64, think I found the text file to edit /etc/adobe/mms.cfg10:56
iqpiNeosano: there is a posibilite10:57
SonneazizLIGHTS, aye most probably10:57
Ben64neurochrome: :O10:57
neurochromeBen64, but it doesn't exist, does flash have hw accel on by default?10:57
iqpibut you will need to use first a different partition10:57
Ben64neurochrome: go there, right click, settings :D10:57
neurochromeBen64, nice one!10:58
Sysibest workaround ever10:58
Ben64worth a shot, i was having problems with accel on10:58
neurochromeBen64, the artefacts are still there, but I'll restart to see if it's fixed.... or is there another way to kill the programs running w/o restarting?10:59
sougatamushrooms: hang on a while10:59
mushroomssougata: so i was wondering what "unclaimed" means... and if there were any way of actually enabling the wifi card...10:59
mushroomssougata:  ya10:59
iqpiNeosano: you can first install both systems, in diferent partitions, then from one of the system, as root, you copy the whole root directoy of the other system into a directory of your system. Then when it is entired copied, you can chroot in the new folder, so it will be like using a diferent system into your system.10:59
Ben64neurochrome: logging out would work, but if it didn't fix it, then that probably won't with a restart either10:59
iqpiNeosano: and if it works, then destroy the partition10:59
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neurochromeBen64, brb11:00
Neosanoiqpi, but I remember when installing linux there was an option called root point or smth11:00
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iqpiNeosano: yes, you are right11:00
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. :-)11:00
Neosanosomething XD11:00
iqpibut, you first install as many systems as you want in different partitions11:01
iqpiNeosano: and after that11:01
SysiBen64: mine started working when i took acceleration off, thanks11:01
iqpiNeosano: you have to copy each / of each system into diferent folders of the system you want to have as "master"11:01
iqpiand then, for using those "client" systems11:02
Ben64Sysi: cool11:02
iqpiNeosano:  you can chroot to the folder of the system.11:02
iqpiNeosano: i don't know if i have explain11:02
sougatamushrooms: you need acx1xx driver11:03
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azizLIGHTShow do i make it so new files made in /home/ubuntu by ubuntu user are g+w by default upon creation11:03
mushroomssougata: oh ok, so what should I do from here?11:03
sougatamushrooms: just hang on11:03
mushroomssougata: no problem11:03
sougatamushrooms: http://linuxwireless.org/en/users/Drivers11:04
sougatamushrooms: we have to match the vendor and the product id11:04
sougatamushrooms: Then we can get the driver.11:04
mushroomssougata: oh ok, so it's that texas instruments one?11:05
FriponHi ! I modified keys in /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc but changes are ignored, did I miss something?11:05
Neosanoiqpi, but that would require some more brainfuck with grub :O11:06
Neosanoiqpi, hmm okay thanks!11:06
iqpiNot really, in fact you wont need grub because you only have to boot one linux, and the others should "boot" from that linux11:07
iqpibut Neosano thats fucking hard work make the partitions11:07
Neosanoiqpi, >.< ok11:08
Neosanoiqpi, thanks!11:08
gilHi all - is anyone here using natty with the gnome3 team ppa?11:08
iqpiNeosano: np =)11:09
DJones!natty | gil11:09
ubottugil: Natty Narwhal is the codename for Ubuntu 11.04, due April 28 2011. Help and support (only) in #ubuntu+1. Natty is unstable and is not intended for production systems.11:09
mushroomssougata: :3 I think i found a fix11:09
sougatamushrooms: cool11:10
sougatamushrooms: I guess you need a acx100 driver11:10
azizLIGHTSany idea on default file perms for any created new files11:10
mushroomssougata: D: it didn't work..11:10
sougatamushrooms: so what did you install11:10
mushroomssougata: i did a search to see if i can find *-network UNCLAIMED, there was a forum entry that suggests i do a sudo apt-get install linux-backports-modules-jaunty11:11
sougatamushrooms: yes :-)11:11
mushroomssougata: but it didn't work.. i got this message D: E: Unable to locate package linux-backports-modules-jaunty11:11
rizzuhwhere are the GTK themes stored?11:11
Sysirizzuh: /usr/share/themes/ or ~/.themes/11:12
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mushroomssougata: did i do something wrong with that :C11:13
sougatamushrooms: that is not there in your apt list11:13
sougatamushrooms: what version of ubuntu are you using11:14
mushroomssougata: the latest one, i grabbed it like 3 days ago. so that makes it 10.10?11:14
sougatamushrooms: ok.you can see that using cat /etc/lsb-release11:15
sougatamushrooms: so why would you like to install backport for jaunty ? . I am not quit sure about this.11:16
mushroomssougata: someone suggested this one: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=131469311:16
EClaessonHi, i'm having some problems with bash scripts. I have a very simple script with two lines, including #/bin/bash. Then i cd to the directory where it is and type ./filename.sh Then it says command not found. I tried with sudo as well11:16
sougatamushrooms: what I assume that your wifi should work with acx100 driver11:16
EClaessonForgot to chmod to +x11:17
mushroomssougata: so, even if my listing says acx 111 i should still go with the acx 100?11:18
DavidBHi all11:18
DavidBI have a File sharing problem on our Ubuntu File Server can someone please help me out?11:18
MrBushidodoes anybody know where I can find the philosphy behind ubuntu/apt's directory structure? Some of the guides I'm learning from think things are in places to where they are on ubuntu11:19
mmanhow to move a directory to a place and keep the same rights11:19
Quintinhow the hell do I get X zap back?11:19
mushroomssougata: it says if i get the backports, the driver should become available :D11:19
sougatamushrooms: what I know there are some debian source availabe for acx10011:19
sougatamushrooms: http://askubuntu.com/questions/12269/problem-with-texas-instruments-acx-100-22mbps-wireless-interface11:20
mmanlets say: mv  file  file.bak      which argument do i have to use so that file.bak has the same rigts (rwx for example)11:20
mushroomssougata: >_< I'm a newb tho.. so probably won't know what to do with them...11:20
sougatamushrooms: Don't worry everyone learns this way.11:20
DavidBI have a File sharing problem on our Ubuntu File Server can someone please help me out?11:20
rizzuhI've installed oxygen-gtk and selected it as the GTK theme with lxappearance. However, GTK apps that run as root (with sudo) still use the crappy Redmond theme. How do I select the oxygen-gtk theme for those as well?11:20
Sysimman: shouldn't need any11:20
mmansysi, but the ower changes11:21
sougatamushrooms: Did you read the link, ubuntu does not ships a driver for this hardware11:21
mushroomssougata: I suspect that my card is not from texas instruments tho... because it doesn't have any markings on it that says TI... it looks generic to me..11:22
bullgard4MrBushido: http://www.pathname.com/fhs/: "This page is the home of the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)."11:22
mushroomssougata: also, it used to work when i was running ubuntu 6 (but i gave up using it)11:22
mushroomssougata: so i know drivers exist that runs with ubuntu >_<11:22
sougatamushrooms: Ahhaaa11:22
Sysimman: maybe you'd need to use rsync11:23
sougatamushrooms: you can try #linux-wireless channel11:23
sougatamushrooms: I guess some one there can provide you some help11:23
DavidBI have a File sharing problem on our Ubuntu File Server can someone please help me out?  We have 15 station running Windows Xp and Windows 7 and our File Server running Ubuntu, I configured 3 shares with full access, restarted Samba but some of the stations can not agges the server11:23
mushroomssougata: oh ok thanks for your help anyways! appreciate it11:24
SysiDavidB: you could try at #ubuntu-server11:24
sougatamushrooms: I am not quit sure, I will do some googling to see what is available11:24
sougatamushrooms: yw11:24
DavidBTy Sysi11:24
hasenjquestion, when I click the mouse, it takes about half a second to register, so if I try to drag/drop, I have to wait sometime after clicking ... any help?11:27
symmmI installed ubuntu via wubi but the keyboard layout is wacked (probably due to the windows locale not being english originally)11:27
symmme.g. I try to enter a colon and end up with a +11:27
symmmis there a keyboard layout selector or somesuch?11:28
Sysiof course (but i don't remember where, check menu)11:29
symmmyay thanks found it11:30
mushroomssougata: lol everyone there is so quiet D:11:31
Kre10shey. I'm trying to use empathy to make sip calls. I can make calls, but I can't accept incoming ones? it rings but i can't find a button to pick up. how do I accept incoming calls?11:31
hwndanyone know of a program to join video files together that works well11:31
fenghuowhat are u saying?11:32
erUSULhwnd: avidemux?11:32
rizzuhI've installed oxygen-gtk and selected it as the GTK theme with lxappearance. However, GTK apps that run as root (with sudo) still use the crappy Redmond theme. How do I select the oxygen-gtk theme for those as well?11:32
sougatamushrooms: yes, they will reply hang on. Most of them are upstream developers11:33
sougatamushrooms: You can get it working with ndiswrapper11:33
HyperHoRseW: Duplicate sources.list entry http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu/ maverick/partner i386 Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/archive.canonical.com_ubuntu_dists_maverick_partner_binary-i386_Packages)11:33
HyperHoRseW: You may want to run apt-get update to correct these problems11:33
HyperHoRsewhy do i always get this11:33
pooz day11:34
sougatamushrooms:  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1341794&highlight=d-link+dwl-g52011:34
mushroomssougata: i thought ndsiwrapper requires that i have like a windows version of that driver11:34
mushroomssougata: im going to give that 'backports' method a crack, and see how i go lol11:34
SysiHyperHoRse: you have ran apt-get update?11:36
HyperHoRseyes but it always spits a message saying i need to run it twice11:36
HyperHoRsesometimes even 3 times11:36
HyperHoRseevery time. i do one it says run it again.11:36
HyperHoRseeventually it stops11:36
HyperHoRsebut its weird.11:36
Sysitry dpkg --configure -a11:37
mushroomsi remember that in the days of ubuntu 6, my computer would always hang when it tried to go to youtube and watch flash videos, i hope this won't happen in ubuntu 10 >_<11:37
symmmjust wondering, is there a way to have a keyboard layout shortcut like alt-shift or something?11:41
symmmI have two languages installed11:41
neurochromeBen64, that did the trick! ;)11:43
neurochromeBen64, cheers11:43
neurochromeBen64, I'd like to know whether there is a key to edit using gconf to make such an alteration11:43
HyperHoRsedpkg --configure -a what that do11:43
alexsnman dpkg should know11:44
Sysifixes errors with package manager11:44
HyperHoRsegood fixer uper that oner11:44
FuwexAny suggestions for a window manager that includes a decent decorator, and has by default the ability to provide a panel/taskbar without using any plugins/external panel applications?11:45
HyperHoRseThe following extra packages will be installed:11:46
HyperHoRse  alien-arena-common alien-arena-data libopenal111:46
HyperHoRseThe following NEW packages will be installed:11:46
HyperHoRse  alien-arena alien-arena-common alien-arena-data libopenal111:46
HyperHoRse0 upgraded, 4 newly installed, 0 to remove and 2 not upgraded.11:46
FloodBot3HyperHoRse: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.11:46
HyperHoRseNeed to get 383MB of archives.11:46
juggernautsI have a project for devloping USB device driver for a particular pendrive,I know how USB drivers are actually structured,but i m still clueless on how to proceed further,can anyone help plz11:47
SysiFuwex: afaik panel is always separate program11:47
FuwexSysi: awesome/fluxbox provides panels, I reckon?11:47
Fuwexunfortunately neither of those window managers suite me well11:48
HyperHoRsewhat happens when i run out of memory11:48
Sysikernel starts killing processes11:48
juggernautshow to write a driver for particular USB pendrive11:49
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ahmad598hi all, is there anyone who has installed ubuntu on Vaio S series?11:52
HyperHoRsewho has run ubuntu 11.04 off a usb stick11:53
HyperHoRsewill multiboot11:53
HyperHoRsedo it11:53
ikoniaHyperHoRse: people in #ubuntu+1 channel may have11:53
ikonia!11.04 | HyperHoRse11:53
ubottuHyperHoRse: Natty Narwhal is the codename for Ubuntu 11.04, due April 28 2011. Help and support (only) in #ubuntu+1. Natty is unstable and is not intended for production systems.11:53
symmmso can i bother you guys again about the switching the keyboard layout thing? :311:54
HyperHoRsedoes it crash easily11:55
HyperHoRseis it me or is creating a usb stick from windows almost impossible? everytime it seems to fail but i havent made a usb from linux yet so im knowing this will work.11:55
rr0hitHyperHoRse: use latest unetbootin. Works fine. And ask similar questions in #ubuntu+1.11:56
osseHi, I'm trying some bash scripting, but I encountered a problem. var='~/'; ls $var gives "ls: cannot access ~/: No such file or directory". It seems ~ is taken literally. Is there any way to avoid that?11:58
osseIt doesn't work with double quotes either11:59
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overcluckerosse: does var="~/"; do it? '' might not be expanding ~12:01
osseoverclucker, I get the exact same result12:01
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overcluckerosse: then try var="$HOME/";12:02
lebearHas anybody got the native Spotify client to play local files?12:02
mtlifeanyone knows how to get data of a harddrive which does not mount anymore but can still be detected by the bios (smart seems ok)12:03
FuwexOK, so does anyone know of a lightweight, yet (hopefully) composite window manager with "good looks"?12:03
mtlifefluwex: lubuntu?12:04
erUSULmtlife: do you know why it does not mount? can you see the partitions on the drive? can you pass checks to those partitions' filesystems?12:04
Fuwexmtlife: I need only the window manager. That's openbox, isn't it?12:05
j_ayen_greenarrrrgh!! the past week or two lucid has been going into some race condition on me. last night it was while using thunderbird. asked it to delete about a dozen imap messages, and the disk took off for about 30 minutes, and then the disk stopped and cpu was pegged and memory way up there. Went to sleep and 7 hours later was the same.12:05
mtlifeFuwex: i think so...12:05
Fuwexmtlife: OK, thanks12:06
mtlifeerUSUL: let me see if i can get to the partition table, I know it can read grub... but cantread the init12:06
overcluckerFuwex: take a look at: http://xwinman.org/12:06
Fuwexoverclucker: thanks - though, is this list updated?12:06
j_ayen_greenmtlife, for what it's worth...I've had to abort a few times recently which left the volume not being usable for init...I found that booting from riplinux let me do a fsck -y every time and fix it.12:07
osseoverclucker, thanks! That will work nicely12:08
mtlifeerUSUL: partition table is there, what do you mean by passing checks to the tables?12:09
Laurenceb_hi, im trying to setup gcc for xscale12:09
mtlifej_ayen_green: im in lubuntu livedisk right now, think fsck -y works?12:10
Laurenceb_anyone know how to install it?12:10
overcluckerFuwex: not sure how updated it is, but it's got all teh big names, and a comprehensive list of you click others12:10
j_ayen_greenmtlife: i could not do it from ubuntu, because gnome would try to mount and leave the disk showing as mounted when it failed, and fsck wouldn't run12:10
j_ayen_greenhence using riplinux12:10
PiciLaurenceb_: installing the build-essential package should get everything setup for compiling software (minus any specific build-dependencies that packages have)12:10
Kre10sanyone using sfl-phone ?12:10
Laurenceb_ah ok12:10
Fuwexoverclucker: enlightenment looks promising. will check it out :)12:10
Kre10sI can't get contacts to work12:11
j_ayen_greenmtlife, that said, when I -could- run fsck -y, it always cleared a few orphaned inodes and all was well12:11
Kre10sI've configures it, but they don't show up...12:11
fizy[laptop]how do i enable the ctrl-alt-backspace shortcut for the logon screen in 10.04? and yes, it is neccessary12:12
mtlifej_ayen_green: problem is, the mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/ hangs..12:12
rr0hitFuwex: take a look at bodhilinux. A quite good distro that ships enlightenment12:12
jrib!dontzap | fizy[laptop]12:13
ubottufizy[laptop]: To re-enable the Ctrl-Alt-Backspace combination that restarts your X server see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/DontZap12:13
j_ayen_greenmtlife: ah, that's different than in my case12:13
Fuwexrr0hit, actually, I only need a window manager, but thanks. Just need one to bundle with an application I'm working on12:13
mtlifej_ayen_green: lemme reboot and check if i can run fsck12:13
fizy[laptop]jrib i enabled it for my account, i just need to enable it for the login screen12:13
mtlifej_ayen_green: will take a while, booting in usb 1.1 legacy :(12:13
erUSULmtlife: fsck the filesystems... gparted can do it from a livecd12:13
Picifizy[laptop]: Then you'll probably need to follow the steps outlined on that page for modifying xorg.conf12:13
mtlifeerUSUL: fsck -y ?12:14
Picifizy[laptop]: If the file doesn't exist, you can create it and xorg should honor its contents.12:14
fizy[laptop]Pici: i can view webpages right now. im in a virtual terminal. my graphics card is being pissy today, so i abandoned the x server12:14
Guest27661hey guys i need help with something. im new to ubuntu and im having some problems installing my belkin wireless adapter which is not supported by ubuntu by default but its possible to get it to work. but im having some problems. any help would be appreciated?!!12:15
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jribfizy[laptop]: w3m https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/DontZap12:15
erUSULmtlife: i do not know for sure what options gparted uses... if you want to do it from command lne i recommend reading the e2fsck man page12:15
Picifizy[laptop]: You can use w3m to browse webpages on your terminal, it should be installed by default.  Its a multi-line setting.12:15
mtlifeerUSUL: ok i will run gparted first..12:16
fizy[laptop]pici how do i launch the page with w3m? is is indeed installed12:16
fizy[laptop]it is*12:16
Laurenceb_that script gives me : command not found ++ $'\r': command not found12:16
Picifizy[laptop]: see jrib's message12:16
mbnoimiwhere can I find man pages directory?12:16
Picimbnoimi: /usr/share/man/12:17
mbnoimiPici: thanks12:17
Picimbnoimi: If you're searching for a particular manpage 'apropos' is usually useful.12:17
Smileycpan modules, use them or not?12:18
Smileyas I know some distros frown upon then?12:18
Dave105and i thought i could find support here!!!12:18
SmileyDave105: dont be silly, your using ubuntu.12:18
bazhangDave105, for what12:18
PiciSmiley: Please don't.12:18
SmileySorry >_<12:18
mbnoimiPici: are you sure /usr/share/man/ has all man pages of my ubuntu?12:19
Dave105im new to ubuntu and im having some problems installing my belkin wireless adapter which is not supported by ubuntu by default but its possible to get it to work. but im having some problems. any help would be appreciated?!!12:19
bazhangDave105, whats the chipset12:19
Dave105Realtek RTL8192SU?!!12:19
Dave105if its that what u mean!12:20
Picimbnoimi: Check out the contents /etc/manpath.config for additional configurations.12:20
Dave105as i said im new to all this12:20
overcluckerLaurenceb_: you might want to add #!/bin/bash as the first line.12:20
SnowmanX11Can somebody tell me a good scanner program? Probably good in OCR too?12:20
_antantBooo online scratch cards12:21
inveratuloDave105: you may want to look into ndiswrapper12:21
Laurenceb_bash: ./build.sh: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory12:22
Dave105its a belkin f5d8053. and btw i did look into ndiswrapper and it appears on the network list but it says its disconnected! i dont understand12:22
j_ayen_greenno one has heard of this... the system being pegged for hours after disk being pegged, with no apparent reason?  it's killing me...never know when I'll have to kill it and lose what I'd had open12:22
bazhanghttp://samiux.blogspot.com/2010/05/howto-realtek-8192su-usb-dongle.html Dave10512:23
inveratuloDave105: maybe tail your /var/log/messages to make sure it is being recognized when plugged in?12:23
overcluckerLaurenceb_: ^M is a bad character.12:23
Laurenceb_hmm odd12:23
overcluckerLaurenceb_: are you using a windows editor on the script?12:24
Laurenceb_no, but its from a windows system12:24
Dave105david@david-desktop:~$ tail /var/log/messages12:24
Dave105Mar 18 12:21:55 david-desktop kernel: [ 3108.204701] #12:24
Dave105Mar 18 12:22:18 david-desktop kernel: [ 3131.632689] #12:24
FloodBot3Dave105: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.12:24
Dave105Mar 18 12:22:34 david-desktop kernel: [ 3147.784686] #12:24
Dave105Mar 18 12:22:39 david-desktop kernel: [ 3152.536565] #12:24
bazhangDave105, I gave you a link12:25
bazhang!es | alejandro12:25
ubottualejandro: En la mayoría de canales de Ubuntu se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español o charlar entra en el canal #ubuntu-es. Escribe "/join #ubuntu-es" (sin comillas) y dale a enter.12:25
inveratuloDave105: try the link first, also use a paste site and don't spam12:25
Dave105im checking that link out12:25
Dave105i want trying to spam12:26
Dave105lol. i was pasting the output of "tail /var/log/messages"12:26
Pici !pastebin12:27
ubottuFor posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imagebin.org/?page=add | !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.12:27
Dave105btw this is the output of /var/log/messages: http://paste.ubuntu.com/582065/12:27
inveratuloLaurenceb_: make sure you're transferring the file in the correct mode so the windars control characters aren't inserted12:27
Dave105any ideas? im checking that link too12:28
inveratuloDave105: sure... give the link a shot and let us know how it goes12:28
drellokLaurenceb_, or use sed -i.bak -e 's/\r//g' build.sh12:28
Dave105ok :) thanks12:28
Ploploploopmon image est bonne12:28
bazhangPloploploop, #ubuntu-fr for french12:28
Ploploploopwrong windows sorry12:29
confoociousHello. I can't mount my Motorola L9(on storage) mode via USB. The phone shows up fine as /dev/sdb when plugged in. But it says unknown device, unable to mount when I try to mount it.12:30
lampe2hallo when i start ubuntu and after login i must type in 4 times the key password can some one help me to fix this?12:32
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geirhalampe2: That probably means you are typing the keyring password wrong three times, so it falls back to ask you the password for your wireless network instead, which is the password you just typed three times.12:34
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lampe2geirha,  no i type it right and i dont even got wlan iam on kabel ;) it tested it now 5 times when i start ubnutu12:35
geirhalampe2: Hm. I see. Not sure then. If you don't have too many passwords stored in your keyring, I'd consider wiping it and create a new keyring.12:36
geirhalampe2: I'm not on an Ubuntu machine atm, but you'd go to System -> Preferences -> Encryption keys and passwords (IIRC) to do that.12:37
lampe2geirha, iam there and i got there 7 entries some for ubuntu one and gwibber and gmail can i delte them?12:38
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geirhalampe2: Well, I hope you remember the passwords for those?12:39
Dave105ok i was trying to follow that guide BUT both download links are broken. so obviously i cant do anything with it!12:39
lampe2yes i do ;)12:39
Dave105any ideas?12:39
lampe2geirha,  yes i remeber all of them ;)12:39
lampe2geirha, so i can just delete them?12:39
geirhalampe2: Then it shouldn't be dangerous. If you remove the keyring, and create a new, default one,  you'll have to add those passwords again, one by one of course.12:40
FriponHi ! I modified keys in /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc but changes are ignored, did I miss something?12:40
Abhijithelp. how to add .bin executable application to application menu/12:40
Dave105ubuntu is detecting it. but for some reason its not working12:40
NeosanoHello guys. Still can't believe there's no solution for this: I have a USB flash drive and I'd like to install several linux distributions on it, the problem is that I don't want to use fixed size partitions because my pen drive isn't so big and I don't want the space to be wasted on another partition (and I don't want to resize them from time to time). Is there any way to install everything on one partition? Maybe there's something like a12:41
Neosano virtual file system? Or anything else?12:41
bazhanghttp://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1522815 Dave10512:41
ruanAbhijit: i think you'll need to make a small bash script for that12:41
ruannot sure12:41
NeosanoAbhijit try menu editor?12:42
PloploploopHello all . I have an interesting porblem. I can't gain access to my computer (obviously not his one) for an apparently stupid reason. When the computer finish his boot, he won't show the space to enter my password. But here is he trick. If I try ctrl alt F1, the screen shut. If I try to boot in safe mode, the computer cracsh after loading the usb port and an live usb start fail with getpwuid_r(): failed due to unknown user id (12:42
Ploploploop0). I checked the md5sum of he iso and it's good, beside the problems started after I did he first upgrade, not right after the installation. Dos someone have an idea?12:42
AbhijitNeosano, yes. it added menu entry. but that application dont run when click on it12:42
Dave105thanks bazhang looks legit that link. going to try it now12:42
Abhijitruan, hmm12:42
bazhangAbhijit, what package12:42
inveratuloyou can trust bazhang's links... mostly12:42
Abhijitbazhang, eternal land game12:43
lampe2geirha, thx for help12:43
ruanAbhijit: ./file.bin, add it to main menu12:43
NeosanoPloploploop, have you tried ctrl+alt+F1 to get the console?12:43
Abhijitbazhang, i need to go to terminal and to ./game.bin then only it run. it dont run from menu entry. that entry i added manualy ru12:43
Abhijitruan, ^^12:43
[segfault]Ploploploop: So you are unable to boot into live USB?  Can you use a live CD instead to get into it?12:44
ruanAbhijit: use a bash script to do ./game.bin12:44
ruanAbhijit: and add that script to main menu12:44
bazhanghttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/EternalLands#The%20quick%20way%20-%20Install%20Ubuntu%20packages%20using%20an%20install%20program Abhijit12:45
bazhangAbhijit, just use the ppa12:45
Abhijitbazhang, ok12:45
[segfault]Ploploploop: After boot, you can also try alt-sysrq-k to try to get back to a console.  it should kill the x server.  You may have to do the ctrl-alt-f1 first to get to a console (even if it appears blank), then do the alt-sysrq-k.12:45
bazhanghttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/EternalLands  <--- Abhijit from this link12:46
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Ploploploop[segfault],  what is sysrq?12:49
bazhangPloploploop, the prntscrn button usually12:49
[segfault]Ploploploop: if not so marked on your keyboard, it would also be the same key as print-screen12:49
Dave105bazhang http://paste.ubuntu.com/582071/12:50
Dave105bazhang its weird mate!! :(12:50
Ploploploop[segfault], it crashed12:50
bazhangDave105, looks like you have two wireless nics there12:51
PloploploopI have a few with point on scrren , and the cursor, frozen12:51
[segfault]Ploploploop: can you boot off of a live CD instead, so that you can repair things?12:51
Dave105bazhang. yes im using my brothers because mines not working. mine is wlan112:52
PloploploopI tried that (liveusb as I have no cddrive) and I got  getpwuid_r(): failed due to unknown user id (12:52
Ploploploop 0)12:52
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Dave105bazhang the other one was easy to install12:53
Ploploploopany other idea?12:53
bazhangDave105, why not continue to use it then12:53
[segfault]Ploploploop: hmm..well, since you already checked the MD5 checksum, the USB image seems good... maybe you are experiencing a hardware issue?  You might check your bios settings and refresh them for starters, maybe reseat the ram, check connections.12:54
Dave105bazhang because my brothers needs it a lot. because he travels a lot. i used ubuntu before but i decided to give it a go again, but with this adapter im not having any luck12:55
bazhangDave105, well there are lots of fixes for it in the ubuntu forums, but they do involve some compiling and such.12:55
bazhangDave105, its simply not  a  well supported card at all12:56
Ploploploop[segfault],  Yeah...12:56
EClaessonA little newbie question. In windows you can use "start programname" to lauch the program but not in the current terminal. How do i do this in ubuntu? I.e i start emacs from terminal but i can continue using that same terminal window12:56
[segfault]Ploploploop: btw, which version of Ubuntu is on the USB?12:57
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ruanEClaesson: use "screen" to run multiple programs at once on a terminal?12:57
ruanEClaesson: or use tabs12:57
Ploploploop[segfault], the latest 10.1012:58
[segfault]Ploploploop: yeah, hmm.  well I thought it might be related to an earlier bug in Lucid..:(12:58
ruanEClaesson: to start emacs just type "emacs"12:58
XLR8Guys... I'm new to ubuntu. just trashed my windows pc12:58
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ruanwelcome XLR812:59
Dave105bazhang im aware of that :\ ill keep looking :)12:59
XLR8Thans RUAN12:59
Ploploploop[segfault], one possible problem could be that I have a wifi n card, or usb3 ports, as well as esata12:59
EClaessonruan: I know that i can type emacs. But then that terminal is used by emacs, so i can't continue using it. I want to be able to lauch emacs just as if i clicked its icon. (I'm to lazy to click..)12:59
ruanEClaesson: yeah, so open a new terminal tab12:59
[segfault]Ploploploop: well, I suppose, but the latest kernel should be supporting all of that, and at least not die like that if it doesn't for some reason.13:00
ruanEClaesson: file > open tab13:00
[eXception]hi, when I enter into my /etc/syslog.conf following lines:  *.*;auth,authpriv.none;local0.none      -/var/log/syslog , local0.* /var/log/php.log ... it still keeps logging into:  /var/log/syslog... why is that?13:00
ruanEClaesson: in a console(real console) one would use "screen"13:00
EClaessonruan, ok thanks a lot13:01
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kim_hello can any 1 help me please i am having trouble with a laptop that wont boot from cd13:01
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bazhangkim_, how old is it, will it boot from usb13:02
XLR8name & make please Kim_13:02
XLR8Name please kim_13:02
ruankim_: why won't it boot? does it give an error or does it not boot at all?13:02
XLR8I mean laptop name & make13:02
bazhangkim_, if it will boot from usb then try burning iso to usb stick using unetbootin13:02
ChipHomeHi everyone!13:03
XLR8Like: bazhang :)13:03
kim_no is very old i have install grub for dos but can not seem to get the commands right to make it boot from cd13:03
bazhangkim_, how much ram13:03
ChipHomeNeed help with support for a HP Mini 210 1020sl netbook: cannot get the synaptics 7.4 clickpad to work...13:04
ruankim_: hmm.. does it have a bios?13:04
ChipHomeAlso multitouch is not working...13:04
ubottuWireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs13:04
[segfault]Ploploploop: you could always make another bootable USB using a recovery iso like this one - http://trinityhome.org/Home/index.php?content=TRINITY_RESCUE_KIT____CPR_FOR_YOUR_COMPUTER&front_id=12&lang=en&locale=en13:04
FriponHi ! I modified keys in /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc but changes are ignored, did I miss something?13:05
Dave105bazhang ok mate! i made it13:05
kim_256  it did have xp but some one went back to 9813:05
kim_and yes i made it boot from cd first in the bios13:06
MeanEYEanyone knows good application I can use with IMAP (GMail specificially)... evolution and thunderbird are slow13:06
bazhangkim_, did you md5 the iso, burn slowly and do the disk integrity check? is it simply a hardware issue that prevents you from using the cd drive?13:07
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airstr1kehi. i want to go back to gnome from unity. what's the right way to do that?13:07
kim_yes idid that and also downloaded the alterit natty narwhale13:08
kim_even the xp wont boot13:08
kim_xp cd13:09
XLR8whats the error kim_?13:09
XLR8theres some problem with CD rom i guess13:09
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kim_stange thing is partion editor zap disk fires up but becuase there is no oak drives wont do any thing13:11
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liminalhello - im having a problem with halting my system during shutdown .. it hangs during the mounting local file systems because it finds / is busy13:11
liminalcan anyone advise to what might be going on.. and how I find the logs of my shutdown process13:12
kim_usually error 1 or 1713:13
[segfault]liminal: you can check /var/log/messages for info on what may be going on.13:13
liminali dont see anything from my shutdown process in there13:14
[segfault]liminal: how about using 'dmesg'?13:14
FriponHi ! I modified keys in /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc but changes are ignored when I restart kdm, did I miss something?13:14
liminalagain nothing I can find no logging of the processes anywhere13:14
kim_i dont know and can not find the commands to  tell it to boot cd in grub for dos13:15
_antantOk, I have a samba shared folder. The owner and group named in the permissions are both named 'ant' and the user logging in to the share is a member of 'ant'. If I have directory & create mask = 0774 in my smb.conf should that allow me write access?13:16
kim_i installed grub for dos via floppy13:16
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_antantGot it!13:17
oCean!cn | admin_13:18
ubottuadmin_: For Ubuntu help in Chinese 您可以访问中文频道:打字 /join #ubuntu-cn 或者 打字 /join #ubuntu-tw  或者 打字 /join #ubuntu-hk13:18
oCeanadmin_: stop13:19
[segfault]liminal: which version of Ubuntu are you running?13:19
liminal10.10 32bit13:20
admin_please speke slowly13:20
bazhangadmin_, ubuntu support question?13:21
admin_client quit13:21
FriponHi ! I modified keys in /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc but changes are ignored when I restart kdm, did I miss something?13:21
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admin_very good13:22
bazhangadmin_, chat is NOT here13:22
SanterDTHi How can I watch movies on youtube when i've got Xubuntu :D13:22
aseemSanterDT,enable the flash plugin.13:22
_antantbazhang_, hey. How do I hide a samba share from all but one group?13:23
EvanescenceSanterDT: if you have not installed, install it in software-center13:23
_antantDoesn't have to be bazhang by the way13:24
[segfault]liminal: just curious, is the system a laptop or desktop?  It appears that some folks fixed that problem by manually turning off their wifi before shutting down.  Just curious if that could narrow things down.  Also, you can try to do ctrl-alt-f7 during shutdown to see if there are messages that will help you before the halt.13:25
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liminali dont think its wifi related.13:27
liminalwhy does it say / busy?13:27
liminalwhen dismounting local file systems13:27
liminalI think its strange that I get no logs what soever13:28
[segfault]liminal: yeah, definitely strange... does it happen on reboot or only shutdown?13:29
liminalreboot works fine.. no problems13:29
[TK]D-Fender_antant: I don't believe there is a way to make the share selectively visible, but you can restrict access to actually using it.13:30
puneet_hey guys13:30
puneet_i am having a little problem with the network connection13:30
puneet_there was a network connection icon o the right top corner through whiich i was able to see the no. of network connections13:31
bazhangpuneet_, need way more details13:31
bazhangpuneet_, then add it back13:31
puneet_but last night i tried to connect it to my home wifi.......then it just hanged....and when i restarted the pc...the icon was not there13:32
[segfault]liminal: compare your shutdown scripts in /etc/rc0.d/ to what you have in rc6.d/ and see if there is something you can find there that is causing the issue.  Just going out on a limb, but it might help you get a handle on the shutdown process.13:32
[segfault]liminal: rc0.d is shutdown, rc6.d is reboot (i should have clarified that, sry)13:33
[segfault]liminal: your problem is probably happening in the S40 or S60 scripts13:34
FriponHi ! I modified keys in /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc but changes are ignored when I restart kdm, did I miss something?13:34
liminals90 halt ?13:35
[segfault]liminal: that would be the last step.. you are having problems with the fs umount13:35
Vaati_how do I use empathy for voice chat via messenger?13:36
liminalthe reboot doesnt have a halt.. it goes straight to the reboot13:36
mtlifeerUSUL: still here? Gparted seems to hang in checking devices (fdisk gives partition table) and even after reboot fsck -y /dev/sda1 gives status 'device busy' even though its not mounted and im running systemrescuecd13:36
[segfault]liminal: right, as it should.. just wondering if there is a difference in your S40 and S60 scripts compared to the reboot ones.  If not, then you are right, there is something happening in S90 (halt) that is causing it.13:37
liminalfs umount?13:37
liminalhow do I use that command during shutdown?13:38
[segfault]liminal: I was just referring to the S40umountfs and S60umountroot scripts.  Seems like S60 is the one since you are having trouble umounting /13:38
venkatesh_tensorpudding : Thank you for the information...13:38
venkatesh_thamk you Tensorpudding , do you have any link which as this information..13:38
venkatesh_hello every one can anyone tell me what this command will do "le16_to_cpu"13:39
mtlifecan anyone help me? I cant mount my /dev/sda1, fdisk says partition table is ok but when mounting the drive the mount command hangs, and even without mount my fsck says device is busy13:39
mtlifewhat can possible be wrong?13:39
venkatesh_hello every one can anyone tell me what this command will do "le16_to_cpu"13:39
liminalsometimes i also get IRQ polling errors showing during shutdown13:39
memorygap0i don't know if is okay to ask this question on irc. it is possible to have 2 php  version install  on the same machine.i'm using ubuntu10.1013:39
venkatesh_hello every one can anyone tell me what this command will do "le16_to_cpu"13:40
liminallooking at the halting process im wondering if it could be hardware/monitor related13:40
venkatesh_hello every one can anyone tell me what this command will do "le16_to_cpu"13:40
[segfault]venkatesh_: it deals with byte order (big-endian, little-endian). if you don't know what that is, you probably don't need to use that command.13:40
[segfault]liminal: it kinda sounds like it, since you are all up to date, kernelwise.13:41
venkatesh_hi segfault ! I am analysing a code which consists of the above command , so please can u give the information13:42
erUSULmtlife: sorry; launch time around here13:42
venkatesh_hi segfault ! I am analysing a code which consists of the above command , so please can u give the information13:42
[segfault]venkatesh_: well you can try 'man le16toh' which should be a close explanation.13:43
Vaati_how do I use empathy to voice chat using the windows messenger protocol?13:43
raychow do I set up my wireless card (WPC54G V2) to work with ubuntu desktop version 10.10. I already downloaded the drivers from linksys.com13:43
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Alphanautcan anyone recco a different vpn client for ubuntu than kvpnc, for the life of me i cant get it to run after install, error after error13:44
raycmake that wpc54gs version 213:44
ruanrayc: did you install those drivers?13:44
j_dalmondguys, is it possible to add fixed size window button to metacity?13:44
venkatesh_Thank you .....Segfault for the information.....13:44
erUSULmtlife: do you see any error messages about ata or the disks in dmesg ?13:44
kz3hey guys, which is the best email client for ubuntu?13:44
erUSUL!best | kz313:45
ubottukz3: Usually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose, depending on your preferences, features you require, and other factors. Do NOT take polls in the channel. If you insist on getting people's opinions, ask BestBot in #ubuntu-bots.13:45
[eXception]hi help plz13:45
ShawnRiskI am confused which file to download when my System ID is: 0x01F5: http://linux.dell.com/repo/firmware/bios-hdrs/ and using this page: http://linux.dell.com/wiki/index.php/Tech/libsmbios_dellBiosUpdate  Any thoughts?13:45
kz3thunderbird is not working properly on my pc13:45
slipkid08Ubuntu comes stock with a pretty good mail client anyway though13:45
j_dalmondguys, is it possible to add fixed size window button to metacity? so that i could make window sized some fixed way in certain situations, not just maximize?13:46
[segfault][eXception]: go ahead and ask your question, all on one line, if possible and someone will help if they know the answer.13:46
[eXception]when I enter into my /etc/syslog.conf following lines:  *.*;auth,authpriv.none;local0.none      -/var/log/syslog ... it still logs  my local0.*into /var/log/syslog13:46
[eXception]why can that be?13:46
[eXception]in the next line I have:  local0.* /var/log/php.log13:46
raycwireless help please wpc54gs ver.2 on desktop version of ubuntu 10.1013:47
bazhangrayc, what chipset13:47
Vaati_how do I use empathy to voice chat via windows messenger?13:48
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mtlifeerUSUL: yes there are quite a bit, lemme see if i can upload them to pastebin13:48
raycbcm4318 from lspci under network controller13:48
bazhang!broadcom | rayc13:49
ubotturayc: Help with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx13:49
mindwarehi all, anybody knows what's changed (regarding v4l2 sources) in gst-plugins-good-0.10.27 ?13:49
raycthanks bazhand13:49
ChrisGagnon_Fripon: You might want to try your question in #kubuntu13:50
FriponI did but the chan looks dead13:50
[segfault][eXception]: are you sure that your system is using syslogd and not rsyslog?  I think the newer Ubuntus use rsyslog, and you will find the default configuration under /etc/rsyslog.d/50-default.conf13:51
MK`It's the main ubuntu channel, so it became so active it overflowed and rolled over to 0 activity.13:51
mtlifeerUSUL: http://pastebin.com/jN6sG3Nt mostly filesystem errors13:52
ShawnRiskseems no one can help me13:54
Vaati_how do I use empathy to voice chat with people who are using msn?13:54
mindwareyou convince them to use linux/ubuntu/empathy as well :)13:55
Vaati_other than that13:55
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mindwaredon't know...windoze sukz13:55
gobblerwe have 2x 4core CPUs installed but can only run 4 cores for license reasons. Whats is more efficient, 2 cores active per CPU or only one active CPU13:55
drcVaati_: If there is no answer here, try IRC room is #empathy on Gimpnet (irc.gimp.org) as it's Empathy's official irc channel13:56
Vaati_its even worse than your spelling, mindware13:56
erUSULmtlife: error: couldn't mount because of unsupported optional features (240) <<< looks like sysrescuecd has an older kernel or something ?13:56
Vaati_ok  thanks, drc13:56
robdigShawnRisk: what is your question?13:56
mindware2 cores active per cpu13:56
gobblermindware: why?13:56
airworkhi. i'm trying to fix something on boot and i dropped to a shell with networking. i need, however, to run wvdial to connect with my 3g modem so that i can fix some broken packages. how can I run wvdial and still interact with the prompt?13:56
gobblermindware: memory bandwidth?13:56
mindwareless stress on  each CPU , so they run cooler and more reliable...(an you can even overclock them a bit..so u can get the best out of this config...13:57
ruanairwork: use "screen" to create a seperate screen13:57
ruanairwork: to work with 2 terminals, etc13:57
gobblermindware: it is a server - power consumption, heat & overclocking are not of concern13:58
ShawnRiskrobdig: I am trying to update my bios on a Dell Inspiron 1501.  I tried this wiki: http://linux.dell.com/wiki/index.php/Tech/libsmbios_dellBiosUpdate but the system id, 0x01F5 is not supported.  Thoughts?13:58
mindwaregobbler: maybe that too...13:58
oCeangobbler: it's offtopic13:58
ruanairwork: the only hotkeys i can remember now is ctrl a+n and ctrl a+a13:58
ruan^for screen13:58
airworkthere's no way to open anotehr ttyl or whatever it's called and switch around them?13:59
mtlifeerUSUL: using sysrescuecd 2.0.0, so kernel
mtlifeerUSUL: i could try to boot in which im doing now...13:59
erUSULmtlife: nvm then the corruption confused the driver. tried e2fsck with -f ( for force )14:00
NeosanoWhat is the best size for /boot partition? People on the forums simply say "just make it 100 mb to be sure" but I want to keep it as minimal as possilbe (running from usb)14:00
ruanairwork: screen is the command to open another screen in the console, and to switch between them14:01
mindware60M Neosano14:01
ruanairwork: screen --help14:01
ShawnRiskrobdig: any thoughts?14:01
popdodwie kann ich von einer Partition alle Daten zu der anderen kopieren? dabei sollten alle Rechte/SoftLinks beibehalten werden14:01
albert_Neosano, 50M14:01
mtlifeerUSUL: ok gonna try that...14:01
mtlifeerUSUL: and what launch day do you have?14:01
Neosanookay.. anyone else to say a lower number?14:01
mindwareNeosano ...to be shure..look at your actual /boot  partition..and see how bit it is... and ad..10 M14:01
oCeanShawnRisk: how does your question relate to ubuntu?14:01
airworkruan: screen is not installed14:01
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[segfault]airwork: couldn't you just log into another virtual terminal?  ctrl-alt-f2, for example? or do you need to stay in the same tty?14:02
qubitari have a strange issue regarding python14:02
robdigShawnRisk: hmm. after looking at it, sounds like your system has a different bios that the article was written for.14:02
drcShawnRisk: Just a thought, but if the System ID is not accepted, maybe Dell restricts BIOS updating with Linux tools to systems they support Linux on?14:02
ShawnRiskoCean: because I have Ubuntu installed on the machine.14:02
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ruanairwork: install it14:02
ShawnRiskrobdig: yep14:02
oCeanShawnRisk: your question is still offtopic tough14:02
ruanairwork: came preinstalled for me though14:02
Neosanook thanks14:02
ruan!info screen14:02
ubottuscreen (source: screen): terminal multiplexor with VT100/ANSI terminal emulation. In component main, is optional. Version 4.0.3-14ubuntu4 (maverick), package size 595 kB, installed size 1020 kB14:02
albert_Neosano, 30M14:03
ShawnRiskdrc: yes but people are trying to work on fixes14:03
[segfault]airwork: you can also run wvdial in the background with 'vwdial &', then bring it to the foreground with 'fg'14:03
ShawnRiskoCean: I tried hardware channel with no luck14:03
robdigShawnRisk: i did find this link http://lists.us.dell.com/pipermail/firmware-tools-devel/2008-August/000375.html14:03
mindwareNeosano my /boot has 43 M14:03
qubitarim working on this python based application. every time i put in my amazon affiliate ID into the code, something changes the number to Canonicals14:03
ShawnRiskoCean: I will try there again14:03
airwork[segfault]: i tried using &, but isn't that limited to gnome-terminal?14:03
ruanairwork: screen controls i remember14:03
robdigShawnRisk: says you can use a disk to update it14:03
High_Priestmindware, I'd go with 50M14:03
[segfault]airwork: that is an old standard unix command14:03
Neosanomindware, mine has 97 mb, but it has a lot of kernels on it :O14:03
erUSULmtlife: sorry; typo :) imeant *lunch* time.14:03
Gartralsecurity.ubuntu.com appears too be down for me.14:04
oCeanShawnRisk: please do14:04
ruanairwork: ctrl a +Create, ctrl a +Next, ctrl a+bAck14:04
mindwareI go with 50 M also... I have a few kernels as well..14:04
mtlifeerUSUL: hehe, e2fsck -f /dev/sda1 =  device or resource busy14:04
High_Priestmindware, sorry, you were not the person who asked :)14:04
mtlifeerUSUL: and its not mounted, clean boot14:04
ShawnRiskrobdig: I will look14:04
erUSULmtlife: sudo lsof /dev/sda114:04
Neosanoyeah I think 50 is ok, thanks14:04
[segfault]airwork: ruan is right, though.. screen is probably what you really want.  it won't take long to master it.14:04
airworkruan: screen simply isn't installed and i can't install it unless i can both connect and run commands14:04
mindwareHigh_Priest no problem14:04
Gartralmy boot is 100mb, but i keep a lot of custom kernels.14:04
[eXception]thx segfault!14:04
admin_no it is not14:05
airworki just want to run "wvdial" and "sudo apt-get update"14:05
ruanwvdial && sudo apt-get update14:05
robdigShawnRisk: good luck14:05
ruanor something like that14:05
[segfault][eXception]: so, I take it, that worked? :)14:05
ShawnRiskrobdig: thanks14:05
airworkruan: except that that would wait for wvdial to end before running sudo apt-get update14:05
mindwareGartral , we doubt that he wants a usb flash bootable ubuntu with more that one kernel... :)14:05
ruangah, hmm14:05
mtlifeerUSUL: i get nothing ;/14:06
erUSULmtlife: indeed14:06
Gartralmindware: ahh! not unless he plans on keeping one for a specific arch.14:06
airwork[segfault]: hm, i got it. wvdial & is what i wanted. i just got confused by the stdout stuff14:06
airwork[segfault]: i assumed it wasn't going to let me type :P14:06
airworkthanks [segfault] and ruan14:06
mtlifeerUSUL: other ideas?14:06
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[segfault]airwork: that's the whole point of '&'. it works great to start something going and then gives you back control. :)14:07
ruanok hes gone.14:07
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mindwareGartral true :) but if that was the case..he would have known how much of a /boot to make... :D14:08
ZiberWhat package do I need for do-release-upgrade?14:08
apporcHello,everyone .I found that the default permission mode of home derectory for a new user in ubuntu is 755. And anyone else can read it .How can i change this default behaviour?14:09
BluesKajHey all14:09
[eXception]<[segfault]>: i guess so.. it still has some strange behavior.. but I think its my app14:09
mindwareBluesKaj hey!14:09
erUSULmtlife: nope :(14:09
first_timei need very simple ide  for pascal14:09
first_timei need very simple ide  for pascal&14:09
the_real_dave@apporc To change for every new user created, or a specific existing user?14:09
first_timei need very simple ide  for pascal&?14:09
qubitarmark shuttleworth won't stop reading my e-mails14:10
erUSULmtlife: does the partition belong to a raid array or something?14:10
bazhangfirst_time, dont repeat14:10
mindwarefirst_time ...don't push it..!14:10
bazhangqubitar, wrong channel14:10
apporcthe_real_dave:a new user created14:10
mtlifeerUSUL: no, no raid array. just default ext4 partition.14:10
mindwarefirst_time google it..14:10
oCeanmindware: now that is never helpful14:10
bazhangmindware, please never suggest that here14:10
qubitargoogle is the devil14:11
first_timenot lazarus something else14:11
qubitarbing it14:11
apporcHello,everyone .I found that the default permission mode of home derectory for a new user in ubuntu is 755. And anyone else can read it .How can i change this default behaviour?14:11
the_real_daveapporc: Easiest way is to run gksudo nautilus, browse to the directory /home, then right click, change the permissions14:11
overcluckerapporc: you can change the umask in /etc/profile14:11
mindwareoCean , bazhang ok,sorry, but i had to reply the way he deserved...14:11
bazhangmindware, that is never appropriate here14:11
[segfault]first_time: how about gedit? it has modes for a lot of languages as a simple ide14:12
apporcI still found that in other distribution such as redhat suse ,the default permission of a new user's home directory is 700.14:12
apporcHow can that be?14:12
FriponI modified keys in /etc/kde/kdm/kdmrc but changes are ignored when I restart kdm, did I miss something?14:12
the_real_daveapporc: Right click on the folder, click properties, go to the permissions tab and change it to what you'd like14:12
mindwarefirst_time ,listen to [segfault] and i'm not kidding14:12
mtlifeerUSUL: Well, if you are out of ideas im gonna post on a forum for some help. Thanks for your time anyway:)14:12
[segfault]first_time: just open gedit, then go to View/Highlight Mode/Sources/Pascal14:12
overcluckerapporc: or if you don't want it to be global, you can add a .profile to /etc/skel with the umask  you want for new users14:12
apporcIf it is because of the umask of /etc/profile.how to change it .14:13
the_real_daveapporc: I'm not sure why it's that by default >.>14:13
erUSULmtlife: no problem14:13
apporcI know how to change it manually.but what i care is its default behaviour.14:13
mindwareapporc or get a terminal and write sudo chmod 700 /home14:13
haxdI opened update manager and it said there was a google chrome stable update so i updated it and now dpkg is frozen/locked and it's stuck at "unpacking replacement google-chrome-stable". Update manager won't close :(14:13
haxdAnyone know what I can do?14:13
the_real_daveapporc:Then I'm not sure tbh14:14
apporci think the default permission mode of a new users home directory is none of the root's umask value.14:14
oCeanapporc: you could change that in /etc/adduser.conf14:14
mindwarehaxd reboot for first14:14
oCeanapporc: see DIR_MODE14:14
Abhijithaxd, http://blog.bodhizazen.net/linux/apt-get-how-to-fix-very-broken-packages/14:14
haxdkill -9 won't even close it!14:14
oCeanhaxd: mind the language14:14
haxdsorry I am a programmer14:15
apporcYeah ,i have seen that.14:15
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first_time[segfault]: but gedit don't compiles cod14:15
agwsalut @ tous !14:15
apporcthank you all.14:15
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[segfault]first_time: well, you will have to do that, of course with the pascal compiler you are running, but it is a great ide on its own14:15
oCean!fr > agw14:15
ubottuagw, please see my private message14:15
IdleOnehaxd: how long has it been "stuck" ?14:16
qweqweqwehow can i specify nfs mounts on a laptop that only activate if the network is there?14:16
[segfault]first_time: if you look under gedit preferences, there is a plugin that you can use to execute external commands from within gedit, so you can just do it that way.14:16
haxdIdleOne: 20 minutes14:16
Abhijithaxd, seen the link?14:17
haxdupdate manager just quit now14:17
haxddpkg is still open though14:17
haxdAbhijit: does not apply to this14:17
Abhijitnvm then14:17
haxdhad no errors about "very broken packages"14:17
haxddpkg just froze whilst trying to unpack the package by what i can tell14:17
Asad2005I have a file in my /home named .xsession-errors.old size almost 40 GB can i safely remove this file ?14:17
mindwareAsad2005 safely :)14:18
robdigfirst_time: here is a link to opensource ides, includes some for pascal. i've not used them, vim is my favorite. http://lists.us.dell.com/pipermail/firmware-tools-devel/2008-August/000375.html14:18
oCeanqweqweqwe: see the _netdev option in the manpage of mount command. You can use _netdev in /etc/fstab14:18
[segfault]Asad2005: wow.. 40gb.. yeah, but fix the problem that is causing all those errors first if you can :)14:18
himanican anybody tell me how to display the data of hindi database in mysql  in java in ubuntu14:18
haxdhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/582106/ < this process is still running after update-manager died14:19
himaniit is stored in mysql normally bt in java it is not showing in hindi14:19
haxdand won't be killed14:19
haxdwhich would be bad anyway14:19
haxdwhat can I do?14:19
mindwarehaxd ,really...reboot..nothing is perfect...14:19
qweqweqweoCean: kind of, but i plug into different networks, i need to know the mount is there, not network in general (close though)14:19
oCeanhaxd: nothing but reboot. The D is uninterruptable sleep..14:20
Abhijithimani, try in #ubuntu-in14:20
oCeanqweqweqwe: I don't think there is an option14:20
haxdwhy would it get itself into that situation14:20
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Asad2005mindware: [segfault] i have seen this message a lot in .Xsession-errors file "(Pidgin:2036): Json-CRITICAL **: json_node_get_int: assertion `node != NULL' failed"14:20
himaniwhat is dis ubuntu-in?14:20
qweqweqweoCean: seems crazy to me, nfs has been weird about missing shares for over a decade, and it's still not been addressed14:20
oCeanhaxd: it is waiting for another process to finish. That other process is probably waiting for i/o wich will never finish14:20
oCeanqweqweqwe: I agree, but have no solution there :(14:21
Asad2005[segfault]: As a start i van delete the file yes?14:21
himanias hindi is Unicode so java is not displaying hindi14:21
mindwareAsad2005 stop using pidgin for now, uninstall it ,update x if you can , and try after that14:21
haxdi will be back14:21
qweqweqweoCean: i hate having to admit such to my windows colleagues, that have never had that problem ;-)14:21
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rizzuhHere we ago again. The UI completely froze, nothing, no button works, at ALL. I have the latest updates on 10.10 as of 20 minutes ago. What the heck is wrong? This has been happening since 10.04. I think I have a bug report open from the time of the 10.04 release.14:22
[segfault]Asad2005: sure, just copy a bit of the end of it so you have those errors to go from in your search for a fix.14:22
oCeanqweqweqwe: well, you could make it automount14:22
Abhijithimani, #ubuntu-in is indian ubuntu channel. if someone else have tried the same think as yours they may know about it. also ask in ##linux-india14:22
mindwareAsad2005 yes ,you can safely delete it...it's just a log ..telling you what errors have been reported14:22
Asad2005[segfault]: Its a back up file i have the same file but not ending with .old which has a 183 kb only14:23
oCeanqweqweqwe: Using autofs, a filesystem is not mounted until the mountpoint is accessed.14:23
himaniso there is no font for this, or you dont know?14:23
[segfault]Asad2005: if you have .xsession-errors in your home dir and it's small, then you don't have anything to worry about, unless it is all from very recently.14:23
qweqweqweoCean: mm i noticed that, thanks, will read up tomorrow.14:23
Hedgehog456!info winetricks14:24
ubottuPackage winetricks does not exist in maverick14:24
Asad2005[segfault]: I have delete it and now will keep watching the .Xsession-error file thanks14:24
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NeosanoGuys, tell me a good female name for my computer's name. I'm installing ubuntu on a usb flash drive14:24
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Neosanotoo long :|14:25
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bob__185himani: don't the sushi fonts display hindi14:25
Hedgehog456Where can I get winetricks?14:25
[segfault]ot! :/14:25
mindwareNeosano Lana14:25
Neosanomindware, that would be my sister XD14:25
syn3rgyWorried about Natty using Wayland to replace the x stack. We have a bunch of Nvidia GTX 460 graphic cards for HD 1080p screens doing 3D work. Will Unity screw up the Nvidia drivers?14:26
bazhangNeosano, mindware #ubuntu-offtopic please14:26
mindwareNeosano =))14:26
mindwareNeosano sorry, had no ideeea14:26
[segfault]syn3rgy: try that on #ubuntu+114:26
Picisyn3rgy: Natty doesn't use Wayland. #ubuntu+1 for further natty discussion please.14:26
mindwareNeosano Vera14:26
bazhangmindware, stop that14:26
syn3rgysegfault and Pic thx for the heads up. The # is so noisy.14:27
mindwarebazhang c'mon ...it was helping the man... :)14:28
Pici!ot | mindware Neosano14:29
ubottumindware Neosano: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!14:29
bazhangmindware, no. this is NOT the chat channel, and that is not appropriate.14:29
NeosanoI got it, thanks14:29
peter_felchingHi. Why does dose14:29
mindwarebazhang sorry14:29
bob__185how do I change channels using smuxi?14:29
peter_felchingHi. Why does placing 'export PS1='something' in .bashrc does not 't work?14:30
mindwareNeosano ok man, cut it out.. it was fun..now it's not..14:30
sipiorpeter_felching: .bashrc is only sourced for non-login interactive shells. is yours a login shell?14:31
[segfault]peter_felching: if so, use .bash_profile14:31
peter_felchingsipior, can you explain the login/non-login concept to me?14:32
Sonnepeter_felching, you might want to place that line into .profile14:33
Hedgehog456is winetricks safe to use?14:33
sipiorpeter_felching: nothing much to explain, really. you can have a look at the INVOCATION section of the bash manpage, but the distinction comes largely out of historical usage.14:33
SonneHedgehog456, if you run it as normal user, and have nothing very important in your .wine, then yes14:33
peter_felchingThanks all.14:34
Hedgehog456Sonne: but doesn't it need to be installed as root?14:34
SonneHedgehog456, not really14:35
Sonneyou should run winetricks with the same user you plan to run wine as14:35
ruanHedgehog456: winetricks simply installs windows libraries.14:37
klebersoniaée galera14:37
bazhang!br | kleberson14:37
ubottukleberson: Por favor, use #ubuntu-br para ajuda em português. Para entrar no canal por favor faça "/join #ubuntu-br" sem as aspas. Para a comunidade local portuguêsa, use #ubuntu-pt. Obrigado.14:37
ubottuInformation about registering your nickname: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat/Registration - Type « /nick <nickname> » to select your nickname. Registration help available by typing /join #freenode14:39
Dave105how do you register?14:39
klebersonas novidades14:39
bazhangDave105, /join #freenode14:39
bazhangkleberson, english here, #ubuntu-br for brasil14:39
ruanDave105: /msg nickserv help14:39
ruanDave105: /msg nickserv help register14:39
Dave105bazhang thanks. btw my adapter is working now14:40
bazhangDave105, welcome14:40
pcpowerevery time I unplug my keyboard, xorg starts using 100% cpu forever. any idea what's wrong??14:40
[segfault]pcpower: usb keyboard?14:41
klebersonas coisas como é que taa aii14:41
mindwarepcpower : bug i guess...14:41
pcpoweralso every time X starts up I have to unplug/replug my keyboard to get it to work14:41
pcpowerso there's no way to avoid causing it to use 100% cpu14:41
mindwarepcpower : that happens with every version of ubuntu?14:42
Socky_netSo im using a socks5 proxy, and i have a ssh -D 7071 user@myproxy established. Then in my proxy settings i picked socks 5, and port 7071 , and then i said to apply system wide.  From my testing, only my http traffic seems to be going through the proxy.  Am i understanding this system wide setting wrong?14:43
Curly_QPcpower unplugging and plugging in your keyboard while the computer is running is not a good idea.14:43
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Curly_QPcpower is your keyboard a USB?14:43
mindwarehe said yes14:44
[segfault]pcpower: have a look at /var/log/Xorg.0.log or .xsession-errors in your home dir.14:44
ShawnRiskhow do I add a new option to the grub configuration in 10.10?14:44
Curly_QI would try another keyboard first.14:44
bazhangDave105, with what14:46
sacarlson Socky_net: I'm not sure about ssh for a proxy,  I have seen them use them but I normaly use openvpn for my choice of diverting trafic14:46
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[segfault]ShawnRisk: You have to edit /etc/grub.d/40_custom14:46
Dave105bazhang nothing. i meant to type "forwardslash"/help14:47
Socky_netsacarlson, does all traffic go through the vpn?14:47
ShawnRisk[segfault]: If you look at this page: http://www.felix-schwarz.name/Flashing_a_Dell_Bios_with_Linux_(en) and step 7 that is what I want to do.14:47
sacarlsonSocky_net: I guess you can set it up that way but I normaly don't14:48
[segfault]ShawnRisk: I don't see a step 7 there, just an empty article page in german... wrong link?14:48
Dave105bazhang im registered now. but i registered with a wrong email address. instead of .co.uk id put .com and i didnt receive anything yet to complete the registration :\14:49
mikebeechamis it worth updating to 11.04 yet?14:49
bazhangDave105, ask in #freenode please14:49
bazhangmikebeecham, not now14:49
bazhangmikebeecham, #ubuntu+1 for more14:49
mikebeechambazhang, still quite buggy?14:49
ShawnRisk[segfault]: nope it is the right page.  I pmed you the page.14:50
sacarlsonSocky_net: something like sudo openvpn --dev tun0 --ifconfig  for the client side14:50
bazhang!it | gloria9814:50
ubottugloria98: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)14:50
gloria98ok hi14:50
Isaac370un saludo a todos los los miembros de este chat14:51
[segfault]ShawnRisk: yeah, just add that line in step 7 to your /etc/grub.d/40_custom and you should be good to go.14:51
bazhang!es | Isaac37014:51
ubottuIsaac370: En la mayoría de canales de Ubuntu se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español o charlar entra en el canal #ubuntu-es. Escribe "/join #ubuntu-es" (sin comillas) y dale a enter.14:51
[segfault]ShawnRisk: of course make any modifications needed for your current setup.14:51
Isaac370ok gracias14:52
ShawnRisk[segfault]: okay and then do update-grub?14:52
Socky_netsacarlson, and i guess I would need to setup vpn on my server as well14:52
sacarlsonSocky_net: opps this is the client side openvpn --remote remote.site.ip.or.com --dev tun0  --ifconfig
ShawnRisk[segfault]: should the new option be listed?  Also it is three lines not one14:52
ruanis there a way to share my internet with the phone? as to give my phone internet access14:52
ruaninternet connecting ^14:52
[segfault]ShawnRisk: Yes, think you need to update-grub after14:52
bazhangruan, tethering?14:53
sacarlsonSocky_net: yes both sides need to be setup but in this example there is no encryption14:53
morris1hi. i'm following https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wacom and i am on 10.04. after reinstalling xserver-xorg-input-wacom and restarting ubuntu, there is no *-wacom.conf in my usr/lib/X11/xorg.conf.d directory. what am i doing wrong?14:53
ruanis it possible to do it via bluetooth?14:53
[segfault]ShawnRisk: yep, three lines14:53
ruanits a smartphone if it matters14:53
sacarlsonSocky_net: then it's up to the client how they want to route trafic if most or just some14:53
ShawnRisk[segfault]: how do I get grub to come up if it doesn't show up?14:54
Socky_netk, thanks14:54
[segfault]ShawnRisk: hold tab, shift, or esc14:54
[segfault]ShawnRisk: not tab, just shift or hit esc...14:54
bazhangShawnRisk, hold shift14:54
ShawnRiskbazhang: okay14:54
ShawnRisk[segfault]: I don't see the new option I put in14:57
[segfault]ShawnRisk: make sure it matches the others in your /boot/grub/grub.cfg file.  it should start with "menuentry", not "title" like the dell instructions say.  Do not edit grub.cfg directly though, use the 40_custom file14:58
Dave105bazhang im now registered thanks :)14:58
ShawnRisk[segfault]: let me try this again14:58
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ShawnRisk[segfault]: the other lines are fine?15:03
[segfault]ShawnRisk: I think so, but I have never done what you are attempting...15:05
ShawnRisk[segfault]: okay let me try this now15:05
[segfault]ShawnRisk: just make sure you use the proper syntax and the last } on its own line15:05
LordAndyhi. could anyone help me with a printer problem ? HP Deskjet printer on Ubuntu 1015:06
sponzorhow to cd file that has 2 words?15:06
ShawnRisk[segfault]: error: unknown command 'kernel'.  error: you need to load the kernel first.15:06
Pumpkin-sponzor: cd "some directory"15:06
EvilPhoenixLordAndy:  you need to be more specific than "can someone help me with a printer problem".15:07
EvilPhoenixLordAndy:  what is the problem specifically?15:07
mindwaresponzor use the double TAB tapping method :)15:07
Abhinav1 /msg Nickserv identify Newstart15:07
[segfault]ShawnRisk: These instructions are probably for grub, not grub2, so maybe the kernel command is different.  lemme see what I can find15:07
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager since 9.10 (Karmic). Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub215:07
erUSULAbhinav1: we all have seen the password. change it15:08
erUSULAbhinav1: nest time do this in the server windows to avoid mistakes like this ;)15:08
Dave105did anyone see my password?15:09
Dave105when i logged in?15:09
PiciDave105: No.15:09
Dave105nice :)15:09
ShawnRisk[segfault]: it says kernel changed to linux15:10
[segfault]ShawnRisk: yeah, I see that...always gotta mix things up, don't they? :)15:10
ShawnRisk[segfault]: yes15:10
morris1my wacom tablet doesnt work. i'm on 10.04, following https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wacom. it IS in lsusb, but the list in xsetwacom -v --list devices is empty. can anybody help me :(?15:13
[segfault]ShawnRisk: http://pastebin.com/v0gFMLdL15:13
saliakhow do i figure out what version of asterisk is in apt-get?15:14
raidosaliak: apt-cache show asterisk15:14
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saliakraido: thanks15:15
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LordAndywhat is the name of the printer deamon/printer service in Ubuntu ?15:16
oCean!cups | LordAndy15:17
ubottuLordAndy: Printing in Ubuntu is done with cups. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Printers - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsPrinters - http://linuxprinting.org - Printer sharing: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NetworkPrintingFromWindows15:17
memorygap0dpkg –get-selections | grep php  running dis command got a lots of error15:17
aflaourashello guys..15:18
aflaourasI use ubuntu , and i have this problem...15:18
aflaourasI have the kernel , but i had many problems with fglrx graphics driver (for ati). So i use the open drivers... But these drivers increase the temperature of the cores (about 70 and more celcius)15:18
Sonnememorygap0, such as?15:18
FloodBot3aflaouras: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.15:18
aflaourasIs there any solution for this?15:18
ruanaflaouras: laptop?15:18
Sonneaflaouras, by cores you mean CPU or GPU?15:18
aflaouras@ruan - toshiba laptop15:19
aflaouras@Sonne- CPU15:19
_antanttoshiba sucks balls15:19
memorygap0Sonne: http://pastebin.com/z8i1H1N615:19
oCeanaflaouras: what ubuntu version are you using?15:19
_antantgive it a month and it'll be overheating15:19
oCean_antant: don't use that language here15:19
saliakwhen i try to apt-get install, it spews that there are unmet dependencies that can't be installed (http://pastebin.com/UzHjqWpc).  how would that get resolved? (never seen that from apt before)15:19
researcher1I want to understand file system and CLI basics15:19
aflaouras@oCean - 10.04 lts15:19
Sonnememorygap0, that doesn't seem like lots of errors15:19
_antantI had one. It blew15:20
oCeanaflaouras: with 2.6.38 kernel??15:20
Sonnememorygap0, you must have pasted that command from some website aye?15:20
aflaouras@oCean yes
Sonnetry changing the symbol before the "get" word with a double dash (--)15:20
ShawnRisk[segfault]: here is what I have: menuentry 'Dell Bios Update' { linux /memdisk floppy initrd /Win1501263.img } and I tried with: linux /usr/lib/syslinux/memdisk floppy and nothing worked so I am trying to above now.15:20
Sonneas in: dpkg --get-selections | grep php15:21
oCeanaflaouras: that kernel did not come from the ubuntu repositories, your config is not supported here15:21
aflaouras@oCean the problem with the temperature was in every kernel with the open drivers of ati15:21
oCeanaflaouras: so it is not an ubuntu issue at all, it's offtopic15:21
memorygap0Sonne: thanks that command from website15:21
memorygap0not it works15:22
Sonneawesome :)15:22
[segfault]ShawnRisk: definitely make sure the } is on a separate line just like the pastebin says15:22
jont2383join #ubuntu-offtopic15:24
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/UsingTheTerminal or type in it: man intro15:24
aflaouras@oCean - so you can't help me? The problem , that made me to use this kernel ,was too many Rescheduling Interrupts https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReschedulingInterrupts15:24
ShawnRisk[segfault]: does { need to be a separate line?15:24
bazhang!rute > researcher115:24
ubotturesearcher1, please see my private message15:24
ashishsenapatihi, need help with my audio on ubuntu, can't play audio through headphone15:24
oCeanaflaouras: you have an unsupported configuration. It's offtopic15:25
[segfault]ShawnRisk: I think like this - http://pastebin.com/jQyWqJqz15:25
ShawnRisk[segfault]: cool15:25
[segfault]ShawnRisk: I don't know if you need a 'set root=' line in there or not15:26
ubottudocumentation is to be found at http://help.ubuntu.com and http://wiki.ubuntu.com - General linux documentation: http://www.tldp.org - http://rute.2038bug.com15:27
ShawnRisk[segfault]: I am trying one more time, and if this doesn't work, we can look into that.15:27
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mindware<ashishsenapati> does it work with speakers?15:27
ashishsenapati<mindware> yes15:27
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mindware<ashishsenapati> and youplug them all in the same hole?15:28
mindware<ashishsenapati> they work in the same jack plug in the soundcard?15:29
mindware<ashishsenapati> they plug in the same jack plug in the soundcard? (sorry typo)15:29
aeon-ltdanyone here use apt-fast? if you do is it much faster?15:29
AnubArackhow can I install java on Wine ? some windows program needs it15:30
ruanaeon-ltd: i don't mind the speed of apt-get. the speed is the same as my connection speed15:30
ruanAnubArack: install java for windows on wine?15:30
oCeanAnubArack: ask in #winehq channel15:30
memorygap0is this important "Distribution Upgrade"15:30
ruanmemorygap0: depends what version you currently have15:31
ruanmemorygap0: it is generally important though15:31
memorygap0ruan:  im using ubuntu10.1015:31
Dinlianihow to fix that: error while loading shared libraries: libwx_gtk2_core-2.8.so.015:32
Dinlianii cant find any lubwx onto ubuntu15:32
ruanmemorygap0: there is no distribution upgrade on 10.10 yet.15:32
memorygap0ruan: distribution upgrade running on laptop how to stop ?15:33
unknown_Hi guys! I am running Ubuntu Netbook through Wubi, now I want to delete my WIndows partion, can I do this directly through Ubuntu?15:33
ruanunknown_: i dont think you can do it from wubi15:33
AdvoWorkif ive got a virtual server, and am going to be backing more VM's (this one to run postgresql/php/apache) would I use ubuntu, or ubuntu server? or doesnt it matter15:34
ubottuWubi is an Ubuntu installer for Windows users that allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu like a Windows application, in a simple and safe way. http://wubi-installer.org/support.php and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WubiGuide for troubleshooting. Please  file bugs at http://launchpad.net/wubi/+filebug. For Ubuntu Maverick/10.10 http://releases.ubuntu.com/maverick/wubi.exe15:34
ShawnRisk[segfault]: still didn't work on, but I got no errors, just some R something pops up but I can't pause to see what this.15:34
ruan"windows application"15:34
unknown_ruan, what if I put a windows CD, delete the partion, will the wubi still be the same?15:34
DJonesunknown_: A wubi install is just a file held within the windows system files, if you deleted your windows partition, you would also delete your wubi installation15:34
_antantAnyone know why my ubuntu box would occasionally beep at me?15:34
unknown_Ahh DJones, I see15:34
memorygap0ruan:  following this tuts http://www.rasyid.net/2010/12/15/downgrade-php-version-from-5-3-to-5-2-on-ubuntu-10-10-x86/ the distribution upgrade run15:35
unknown_DJones, my ubuntu is abit laggy now, do you think removing windows will make it run better?15:35
memorygap0ruan: do you have any idea y?15:35
DJonesunknown_: I don't know, I've never used a wubi installation so I don't know how it would be affected15:36
[segfault]ShawnRisk: you probably need to add 'set root=(hd0,0)' or whatever root matches your current system15:36
ruanmemorygap0: is your system time/date correct?15:36
unknown_Ahh okay djones, thank you. Is it hard to install Ubuntu through a CD? Anything specific i should know?15:36
ruan!install | unknown_15:36
ubottuunknown_: Ubuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall - Don't want to use a CD? See http://tinyurl.com/3exghs - See also !automate15:36
ruanusb install is an option15:36
[eXception]Hi... whats the best tool to read and analyse syslog emssages?15:36
ShawnRisk[segfault]: something like set root='(hd0, msdos1)' ?15:36
DJonesunknown_: If you use the desktop cd/usb install, its very easy15:36
unknown_okay DJones, thank you15:37
[segfault]ShawnRisk: yes15:37
robdig[eXception]: your favorite text editor15:37
memorygap0ruan: can i check that15:37
ruanunknown_: if you choose to allow ubuntu the entire disk, it will delete all partitions including windows one.15:37
ShawnRisk[segfault]: let me try that15:37
[eXception]robdig: I thought some tool with highlighting and filtering several severities....15:37
[eXception]like kiwi for windows15:37
ruanunknown_: it wont reserve the data from windows though15:38
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unknown_okay ruan, I don't seem to find the ubuntu install, that I can put in my USB, can you please link me it15:38
robdig[eXception]: cool, but i do not know of any15:38
ruanunknown_: all you need is a usb and an ubuntu iso15:38
[eXception]in whole ubuntu15:38
[eXception]thats poor15:38
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/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent15:38
[segfault]ShawnRisk: you may even need all of this, like - http://pastebin.com/b6fd088c15:39
ruanmemorygap0: is your current version 10.10 or is it upgrading to 10.10?15:39
oracleam i right in saying that only kernel security updates warrant reboots15:40
raidooracle: Ill buy that15:40
ShawnRisk[segfault]: I am trying that pastebin thanks15:40
memorygap0ruan: my current version is 10.10 the upgrade stop now.thanks a lot for help.i get back if i encounter prob again'15:41
raidooracle: i usually wont reboot even in that case unless the exploit is remote-able.15:41
oracleraido, that too15:41
oracleremotely exploitable kernel updates require reboots in my case too15:41
ruanor if i notice any slugginess15:41
ruanwhich is rare.. doesnt happen15:42
oracleraido, how do you keep track of such exploits being updated at the kernel15:42
oracleraido, is there a list i dont know of15:42
LordAndyHP Printer question: HP Deskjet D3260 correctly installed and detected through usb. but when I try to print something, all I get is a blank page. The printer seems to be printing, but nothing is printed out. what can be wrong then ?15:42
ruan!print | LordAndy15:42
LordAndyink cartridge is of course installed :)15:42
ubottuLordAndy: Printing in Ubuntu is done with cups. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Printers - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsPrinters - http://linuxprinting.org - Printer sharing: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NetworkPrintingFromWindows15:42
ruancheck hardware support15:42
raidooracle: I think you can track the patches at kernel.org or also through ubuntu.15:43
LordAndyruan: it's supported. found driver included in my Ubuntu installation15:43
itaylor57LordAndy: the hplib package can help15:44
ShawnRisk[segfault]: that still didn't work out.  I am not sure what the R thing it is showing up.15:44
ruanthere's an RSS feed for kernel.org15:44
[segfault]ShawnRisk: R thing?15:44
ShawnRisk[segfault]: when I go through the process after selecting the menu item in grub, I get on one screen R something but it is too fast to figure out what it is.15:45
Pr070calhi is there any way to manage usb devices to disable or power off specific devices ?15:45
ShawnRisk[segfault]: also does recordfail mean that I can look up what happened somewhere?15:46
[segfault]ShawnRisk: I got those lines from my own grub.cfg, so they may or may not apply.  Thought it was worth a shot15:46
LiamWould someone be able to help me with my wubi install of ubuntu? I want to remove windows so Ubuntu is my sole OS and I don't know how15:47
ruanLiam: you'll need to do a LiveCD install then.15:47
LiamRuan: D: Are you sure?! I spent most of last night getting this version working15:47
AbhijitLiam, if you remove this windows you will also loose your this wubi install. for only linux you need to make a clean new install15:48
ShawnRisk[segfault]: I am not sure what else to do.  I tried with the pastebin you have and nothing.15:48
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LiamCrud. Thanks guys. D:15:48
[segfault]Shawn maybe if you pastebin your /boot/grub/grub.cfg, there is something I am missing15:49
juk!wubi | Liammm15:50
ubottuLiammm: Wubi is an Ubuntu installer for Windows users that allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu like a Windows application, in a simple and safe way. http://wubi-installer.org/support.php and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WubiGuide for troubleshooting. Please  file bugs at http://launchpad.net/wubi/+filebug. For Ubuntu Maverick/10.10 http://releases.ubuntu.com/maverick/wubi.exe15:50
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ruanliam is gone :S15:50
[segfault]ShawnRisk: another thing you can try is just to hit shift at boot and then select your regular boot line and hit 'e' to edit that entry temporarily and have it point to the dell image15:50
usr13ruan: Not necessarily a "LiveCD Install".  Just a fresh install.15:51
jukruan: ah, yet another heart-broken...15:51
ruanfresh install = livecd install15:51
usr13ruan: Again, no.15:51
giant420anyone know if it is possible to change the sort order in the nm-applet for gnome?15:51
francesco_ciao a tutti ci sono italiani ?15:52
giant420i want to have it sort by proximity, as opposed to alphabetically15:52
Pici!it | francesco_15:52
ubottufrancesco_: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)15:52
ShawnRisk[segfault]: in mine it is pointing to /boot/Win1501263.img15:52
usr13 !alternate | ruan15:52
ubotturuan: The Alternate CD is a classic text-mode install CD. It supports a wider range of hardware than the !LiveCD, and can also be used as an upgrade CD. http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/alternative-download#alternate - See also !minimal15:52
ruanyeah but i meant "livecd" as all methods to install ubuntu15:52
[segfault]ShawnRisk: confirm too that the DME521-010104.img file is in the /boot directory and named correctly.15:52
ruanits common15:52
ShawnRisk[segfault]: it is, but as you see above I am using a different file15:53
[segfault]ShawnRisk: ok, so long as the filename and the grub line are in agreement.15:53
mang0hey :)15:53
usr13ruan: That may be what you mean, but is not, ... well never mind, it is not important.  I was only trying to let you know that your choice of words were less than accurate.15:53
ruanok then15:54
ShawnRisk[segfault]: yes they are15:54
[segfault]ShawnRisk: hmm.. so everything else is good, then?  memdisk is installed and at /usr/lib/syslinux/memdisk.. the biosdisk script has been modified or the dosdisk.img is at /usr/share/biosdisk, etc.?15:55
ruanhow would i restart bluetooth/blueman? it's made an irreversible error and i need to restart it15:55
_antantAnyone got any experience getting the VFC on an Antec Fusion working?15:56
[segfault]ShawnRisk: I guess since you have the img file made, biosdisk worked15:56
Pr070calhow can i manage my usb devices eg disable a usb port15:56
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wonjanhello everyone  where do  you come from?15:57
arand!ot | wonjan15:57
ubottuwonjan: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!15:57
wonjanarand   hello!!!15:59
ShawnRisk[segfault]: let me look.  I am putting memdisk at /boot/memdisk  biosdisk script is at /home/shawn/Desktop/biodisk and the baseDir is changed too.16:00
jillybonesis there a way to view sent mail in ubuntu server cli?16:01
daweefolkare there any psx emulators that use aalib?16:01
[segfault]ShawnRisk: well, if you still can't get it, I think the easiest way to do this would be to just make an dos boot cd from a place like www.bootdisk.com and put the dell biod executable on that.  Then just boot off the cd and you are good to go.16:01
[segfault]ShawnRisk: you can get the freedos iso here - http://www.freedos.org/freedos/files/16:03
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ShawnRisk[segfault]: thanks, but two last things, why do I need floppy at the end of linux line.  second, how do I get grub from not showing up anymore?  It is not starting each time.16:03
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[segfault]ShawnRisk: I don't know why the instructions have 'floppy' in there, and no idea what it does, really!  If you remove that new section that you have been working on from your 40_custom file grub should hide again at boot16:06
ShawnRisk[segfault]: let me try that16:06
ShawnRisk[segfault]: thanks for your help everything is back to normal.  Just weird that this didn't work out for me16:08
[segfault]ShawnRisk: well they are old instructions and for the old version of grub, so it was going to be tough.  like I said, though, this would be easiest just booting off a freedos cd and doing the bios update from there.16:10
kekhow can i turn off or configure those notification boxes (like "Network / Disconnected - you are now offline")16:10
coz_ hey all16:10
usr13kek: Is it from network-manager?16:10
ShawnRisk[segfault]: thanks, I will try and get the owner of that site to update this16:11
kekusr13: don't know. probably?16:11
trismkek: it is usually on a per-app basis, although you could uninstall notify-osd if you didn't want any (for network-manager there was a gconf key, but I don't know what the option would be in natty)16:11
usr13kek: Well, I don't know, but you can switch to wicd:  apt-get remove network-manager ; apt-get install wicd16:11
shellhola alguien conoce algun comando para cerrar un programa desde terminal que no sea kill16:13
erUSUL!es | shell16:14
ubottushell: En la mayoría de canales de Ubuntu se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español o charlar entra en el canal #ubuntu-es. Escribe "/join #ubuntu-es" (sin comillas) y dale a enter.16:14
Dice-Man!fr | shell16:14
ubottushell: Ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en francais, merci de rejoindre #ubuntu-fr, ou #ubuntu-qc. Merci.16:14
wn1zid-workhi, what do i need to be able to read and open zip files ?? tyhanks16:15
usr13wn1zid-work: unzip16:15
wn1zid-workok thank you, have a great day.16:15
trismkek: sorry, I thought I was in a different channel, the gconf key is /apps/nm-applet/disable-connected-notifications, you can disable them in gconf-editor16:16
bob__534wnlzid-work: extract does it as well16:17
neithamanybody know the location of libtcl.so and tcl.h?16:17
stephaaananyone knows if I can do "make && make modules_install" without affecting the currently running kernel?16:17
syncopatedany ideas how to fix this? my "ls" command is now extremely slow after I deleted like 75k small files  that outputted from a script I wrote to my /home directory. The files are gone but ls is just deadly slow16:17
johnmrename u19809 wim_delvaux,,,_fb16:18
ShawnRisk[segfault]: I can't find any email address16:18
trismstephaaan: as long as you gave the kernel a different EXTRA_VERSION in the Makefile, it won't overwrite the modules in /lib/modules/16:19
[segfault]ShawnRisk: well the site was last updated in Jul 2007, so...16:19
stephaaangood point...so just add "-vpnenabled" to EXTRAVERSION and I'm good to go? :)16:20
ShawnRisk[segfault]: hehehe, so this is outdated information for sure.  Yes I did see that.  I mean I really don't have to fix this problem, just something I would like to try.16:20
trismstephaaan: yep16:20
stephaaannice, thank you!16:20
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[segfault]ShawnRisk: well getting the freedos basecd would be pretty quick :)16:21
kektrism: usr13: thanks!16:21
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LoRezDan08-Away: turn that off16:22
tsnovohow can i go to ubuntu br???16:22
ubottuPor favor, use #ubuntu-br para ajuda em português. Para entrar no canal por favor faça "/join #ubuntu-br" sem as aspas. Para a comunidade local portuguêsa, use #ubuntu-pt. Obrigado.16:22
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ChubbzQuestion: I was using dd to copy a partition from one drive to another. What I didn't realize is that I should have made the partitions the exact same size. Now I have a 500 GB drive that thinks it only has a 250 gb partition on it and nothing else. Is there a way to fix this without recopying the data?16:23
kektrism: actually, i am using natty. and i've already uninstalled notify-osd. but thanks for the pointers though. might try wicd instead then16:23
aminixfanHi,I want to learn some GUI development,but i don't know which GUI library has brighter future,QT,GTK or something else?please give me some advice.16:23
ruanChubbz: you could resize the partition16:23
bubblegummybearaminixfan: GTK+16:23
Chubbzruan: Yeah, that's what I thought, just make it the same size as the original one with gparted?16:24
ShawnRisk[segfault]: for sure. thanks for the instructions.  All I need to do is download Free DOS Live CD, and put biosdisk on there and just execute that? If so please let me know as I might try later, just need lunch.16:24
ruanChubbz: yes. from a livecd/gparted disk16:24
trismkek: if you uninstalled notify-osd and you're still getting notifications, you have another notification daemon installed...I found strangely that I have notification-daemon as well as notify-osd installed, might try removing that too16:25
[segfault]ShawnRisk: yep, that should do it.  basically that is what those instructions were having you do, only via grub.  I gotta go check on my maple syrup boiling and get lunch also, so I wish you the best with it. :)16:25
ShawnRisk[segfault]: from Canada?16:25
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[segfault]ShawnRisk: Maine :)16:25
WXZdoes anybody know how to increase your wifi adapter strength?16:25
WXZor send more power to it16:25
aminixfanbubblegummybear: But i'm afraid GTK will not works well on win32 or mobile os.16:26
ShawnRisk[segfault]: nice16:26
ruanWXZ: signal strength?16:26
WXZrecieving strength16:26
WXZI think that's what it's called16:26
ubottuWireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs16:26
bubblegummybearaminixfan: if you wanna develop windows apps neither gtk or qt will be any good, as far as mobile OSs go, what one you gonna dev for?16:26
jigrapis there an 8.10 active apt mirror?16:27
kektrism: xfce4-notifyd probably16:27
ruanjigrap: i dont think 8.10 is supported16:27
ubottuUbuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex) was the ninth release of Ubuntu. End Of Life: April 30th, 2010. See !eol and !upgrade for more details.16:28
jigrapI know its not supported I just wondered if there was a mirror to install packages from16:28
trismkek: ahh yes, probably16:28
mehdi_i install ubuntu 10.10 on imac and i dont have sound16:28
ruanmehdi_: did you try to tweak the sound settings?16:28
ubottuIf you're having problems with sound, click the Volume applet, then Sound Preferences, and check your Volume, Hardware, Input, and Output settings.  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 !mp3.16:28
memorygap0my laptop have 500GB but when i check on filesystem and right click it say 36.3 gb content and freespace 182.2.how can icheck the total size space  use on my laptop16:29
mehdi_i did all but it doesnt work16:29
thiebaudemehdi, did you unmute it?16:29
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thiebaudeok :)16:29
ruanmemorygap0: gparted?16:30
PolahOops, ignore me16:30
mehdi_i dont know what is gparted16:30
PolahMehdi_: It's a drive partitioning software.16:30
ruanmehdi_: that message wasn't aimed at you16:30
aminixfanbubblegummybear: Is there any GTK+ based mobile OS16:30
mehdi_oh sorry16:30
ubottugparted is a !GTK/!Gnome !GUI partitioning program. Type « sudo apt-get install gparted » in a console to install it - A GParted "live" CD is available at http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php16:31
bubblegummybearaminixfan: not really no, but what app do you wanna create and for what OS?16:31
mehdi_could you please someoe tell me what to do with my sound i really need your help and i m new on ubuntu and i need to have sound16:32
ubottuFor help on installing and using Ubuntu on a mac, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MactelSupportTeam/CommunityHelpPages16:33
memorygap0ruan: how to use gparted?16:33
rhin0try to set up sound -- within bash -- 'alsamixer' -- gives you mixer settings -- helped me at one point16:33
ruanmemorygap0: install it and see the partition info16:33
Polahmemorygap0, do sudo apt-get install gparted to get it, then go to System > Administration > GParted16:33
mehdi_i did install ubuntu i just dont have sound16:33
ruanmehdi_: it includes "using"16:33
PolahMehdi_: Do you have pulseaudio?16:34
rhin0maybe he needs to go the ndiswrapper route for his pc sound drivers16:34
mehdi_i dont know how can i know i have pulseaudio16:34
redentmehdi_ check and see if output is digital or analog16:34
mehdi_oh my god should i do that from terminal ?16:35
redentmeldi_: set accordingly16:35
vyrgozunqkhey guys, i use ubuntu 10.10 but i have this strange problems in native kde app like konversation ot gwenview i don't metacity is not adding its frame, so i don't have resize, close, minimize and etc.. any ideas ?16:35
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donnibanyone using deluge that has problems with the Autoadd feature ?16:36
memorygap0Polah:  i installed the gparted and see the image but i don't what the info means.16:36
redentmehdi_: oh my god should i do that from terminal ? do what?16:36
vyrgozunqkso any ideas why metacity is not working with native kde apps ?16:37
mehdi_to check and see if output is digital or analog16:37
ruanmemorygap0: did you open gparted?16:37
aminixfanbubblegummybear: Actually,I'm student major in embedded system,i want to design a embedded system based on linux,and i need learn a GUI library to build the OS's GUI16:38
ruancan i remove a partition on a drive that is in use but the partition not being mounted?16:38
redentright click on your speaker in the taskbar16:38
redentuan: can i remove a partition on a drive that is in use but the partition not being mounted? yes16:38
ruanok thanks16:38
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bubblegummybearaminixfan: so you're gonna create your own mobile OS?16:39
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y0lnzping #ubuntu16:39
mehdi_i did right click on speaker taskbar and than....16:39
memorygap0ruan: yes i open it and size = 459.90 , used 253.72 and unused 206.18gb. it means that i have a 459 gb hardisk and i used 253gb and unused 206.am i right on what i understand?16:40
mehdi_in my sound perfrence written it says Analog Streo Duplex16:41
redentmehdi_: go through the setting and change to digital or analog which your speakers are plugged into16:41
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redentwhat are you speakers plugged into?16:41
ruanmemorygap0: hmm it looks like 253 gb is partitioned and 206gb is unpartitioned16:41
mehdi_my speakers are built in imac16:41
aminixfanbubblegummybear: yep,16:42
PolahMehdi: Do Digital Stereo16:42
memorygap0how can i partitioned the other 1.16:42
redentare you trying to virualize ubuntu on a mac16:42
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memorygap0where i can paste image so that you can see the image16:43
aminixfanaminixfan: So please give some advice?QT or GTk+ or some others?16:43
mehdi_if i do digital streo it will work?16:43
bubblegummybearaminixfan: then you'll have to do tons of research as to what toolkit will suit (most) of your needs16:44
redentmehdi_: if i do digital streo it will work? try and see16:44
usr13memorygap0: To post !screenshots use http://imagebin.org/?page=add16:44
WXZcan someone do me a favor16:44
aminixfanbubblegummybear: ok,thx.16:44
usr13WXZ: What...?16:44
WXZcan they open up openoffice writer, go to tools > custom16:44
WXZand then save the keyboard configuration, and send me the file16:45
dejavou42so I need a little bit of help with converting a VCD to AVI. has anyone done this in ubuntu?16:45
[cenobyte]am i wasting my time trying to get evolution to work with OWA, or am i just doing something wrong?16:45
donnibhow do i install this http://packages.ubuntu.com/natty/deluge ?16:45
WXZthere's a little button that says "save"16:45
mehdi_i did change to digital streo duplex but it didnt work16:46
ruan!info package natty deluge16:46
ubottuPackage package does not exist in natty16:46
ruan!package natty deluge16:46
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)16:46
ruan!info natty deluge16:46
ubottu'deluge' is not a valid distribution: hardy, hardy-backports, hardy-proposed, jaunty, jaunty-backports, jaunty-proposed, karmic, karmic-backports, karmic-proposed, kubuntu-backports, kubuntu-experimental, kubuntu-updates, lucid, lucid-backports, lucid-proposed, maverick, maverick-backports, maverick-proposed, medibuntu, natty, natty-backports, natty-proposed, partner, stable, testing, unstable16:46
RaptorsWhy doesn't gnome-shell run in VM when compiz is running fine?16:46
usr13WXZ: Shortcut keys?16:46
Parasitoi try use evolution with OVA, crash every 2h and now i use outlook under wine16:46
memorygap0ruan: http://imagebin.org/143706 the url can please advise me  what are the good thing to on my  partition16:46
* Raptors rages16:46
WXZusr13: yes16:46
Ray2mehdi_, Have you tried perference sound and unmute16:46
donnibruan: hmm so it does not exist16:47
[cenobyte]thanks parasisto16:47
ruan!info deluge natty16:47
ubottudeluge (source: deluge): bittorrent client written in Python/PyGTK. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.3.1-1ubuntu2 (natty), package size 20 kB, installed size 116 kB16:47
mehdi_yes i did unmute thats all16:47
ruandonnib: you can install it from repos16:47
donnibruan: the problem is that i have it installed but i want the latest version 1.3.116:47
usr13WXZ: Do you have to click load ?16:47
ruandonnib: ah.16:47
ubottuCompiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first)16:47
donnibruan: and if i do apt-get update i don't get it16:48
WXZusr13: no16:48
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WXZusr13: just click save, it'll ask you where you want to save it16:48
WXZusr13: then can you send me that file (if it's more than 0 kb)16:48
ruanso i can partition a drive, as long as the partition im working on isnt mounted?16:48
WXZusr13: because I can't save my keyboard configurations, so I'm trying to check if I can load it16:48
redentmehdi_: are you trying to virualize ubuntu on a mac16:48
WXZusr13: but I need a test file to load which is where u come in16:49
Polahdonnib, apt-get update doesn't update packages, it just updates the package list. apt-get upgrade is what actually updates packages16:49
mehdi_i did install on mac evrythings works perfectly except the sound16:49
PolahRuan: I believe that is correct, yes.16:49
usr13WXZ: see my private message16:49
donnibPolah: ahh ok ill try taht16:50
memorygap0ruan: do you have any suggestions?16:50
mehdi_so what can i do now? please guys i m stuck please help16:51
Polahmemorygap0, remove the extended and put swap in it's own partition, not extended > swap16:51
redentmehdi_: i did install on mac everythings works perfectly except the sound. Did you check the mac settings and see if the speakers are turned off in the systems preferences or taskbar?16:51
RaptorsIs there a way to get gnome-shell to work in VM?16:51
numbertoHello everybody.  How can I restore last unlinked files16:52
mehdi_i checked the sound perfrence the sound is on.16:52
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speedyubuntu maverick meerkat running fine all is working except the load of the xcreensaver daemon have to start it manually upon a reboot or restart where do i put it to load automatically on system start up to load daemon up for xcreensaver i uninstalled the gnome-screensaver16:52
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memorygap0Polah: how can i do that?16:53
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munwhat's a good way to merge 2 text file together? e.g., foo contains "a\nb\nc" bar contains "x\ny\nz" i'm hoping to get ax by cz16:53
RaptorsIs there a way to get gnome-shell to work in VM?16:54
Raptorscompiz is working16:55
Raptorswith guest editions16:55
mehdi_how can i chat with someone privately here16:55
Raptorsmehdi_, /dialog (if you're on xchat)16:55
kaehkoenenhi guys... I did something semi-stupid the other day, and now I'm experiencing some minor drawbacks :)16:55
mehdi_what do u mean Raptors?16:56
Raptorsmehdi_, what client are you using?16:56
Raptors /dialog <name>16:56
Raptorsin text field16:56
Raptorswithout space16:56
[segfault]kaehkoenen: what can we help you with?16:56
speedyXscreensaver daemon have to start manually need to auto start as system boots up but its not need a little nudge in right direction to have this happen thanks16:57
ubottuThis is not a file sharing channel (or network); be sure to read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot »16:57
mehdi_if i want to chat privatly what should i do16:57
Raptorsmehdi_, I just told you16:57
* Raptors sighs16:57
kaehkoenensegfault: I have a USB keyboard with a stupid touchpad, which I tried to disable, but that didn't really work (and apparently there's no real fix to it), but I managed to do SOMETHING and now X doesn't recognize my keyboard at all16:58
murphsis there a command for 'what package does this file belong to'16:58
sipiormurphs: "dpkg -S"16:58
Raptorsmehdi_, /dialog <name> in the text field16:58
Raptorsthen press enter16:58
Parasitoi have question about totem, why not open subtitles automatically ?16:58
[segfault]kaehkoenen: you can try running 'sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg' and see if that helps you16:59
milambermurphs: dpkg -S if it is installed, try apt-file if it is not an installed package17:00
antlongis there a safe way to set a different python version than what ships17:00
kaehkoenensegfault: just a sec, I'll give it a go.17:00
crc32How to I verify the siguatures on a .deb file? I see there is "dpkg --no-debsig" which implies it will skip signature checking but I see no way to tell dpkg to actually verify the signatures.17:00
PolahParasito, I'd imagine the majority of the market using it would not have subtitles on, thus it is disabled by default17:01
vyrgozunqkguys the metacity is not working with kde, somebody with the same problem ?!17:01
vyrgozunqkwith kde apps i mean like konversation or gwenvieq17:01
milambercrc32: dpkg-sig --verify <archive>17:02
memorygap0Polah: how to remove extended ?17:02
kaehkoenensegfault: it just returned a new line, but didn't help when I started x17:03
Polahmemorygap0, I don't think you'll be able to do it from Ubuntu since your swap would be mounted17:03
crc32milamber: All I get is17:03
crc32Processing lbbuild_1.0.1_all.deb...17:03
crc32Then a return to the command prompt as if there was no signature.17:03
Polahmemorygap0 I think you might be able to do it from a LiveCD17:03
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robdigvyrgozunqk: is metacity running?17:04
ubuntu_is there a way to check hdd for bad sectors using the live cd?17:04
vyrgozunqkyes it's runnig robdig + compiz17:04
numbertoCan somebody help be restore unliked files?17:04
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vyrgozunqki'm using gnome17:04
vividvyrgozunqk, youll want to use kwin with kde17:04
vyrgozunqki'm using gnome and i want to use konversation17:04
memorygap0thanks guys for helping me17:05
vyrgozunqkbut i don't have the metacity frame vivid17:05
[segfault]kaehkoenen: can you go to System/Appearance/Keyboard Preferences/Keyboard model, and select one there?17:05
vividvyrgozunqk, on just konversation? or all the applications17:05
kaehkoenensegfault: nope, I just tried hooking up another USB-mouse, and that one is dead as a dodo as well...17:06
vyrgozunqkvivid: konversation, gwenview.. i haven't tried others17:06
vividvyrgozunqk, press alt+f2 and run metacity --replace17:06
kaehkoenensegfault: shell prompt is all that's working17:06
vyrgozunqkoh dolphin has the same problem, every kde native apps17:06
milambercrc32: that means it was good, for more info do: man dpkg-sig17:06
vyrgozunqkvivid: still the same17:06
ubuntu_is there a way to check hdd for bad sectors using the live cd?17:07
kaehkoenensegfault: I probably disabled something somewhere, but I can't remember what that something is. Tried scrolling back commands but those didn't help either...17:07
vividvyrgozunqk, try a gnome app, like gedit17:07
daweefolkare there any game emulators anyone knows of that use aalib?17:08
WXZcan anyone open openoffice writer, click tools > customize, and then click the "save" button on the custom keyboard shortcut dialogue17:08
WXZthen send me the file17:08
WXZthat is created17:08
vyrgozunqkvivid: in gnome ( gtk) apps i don't have any problem17:08
vyrgozunqkonly with native kde apps17:08
bob__32ubuntu: the disk manager will17:08
vyrgozunqkverry strange17:08
crc32milamber I don't think the deb file carried a signature. I'm like if I don't see a message saying blah was signed by key id blah then whats the point of a verify.17:08
[segfault]WXZ: try adding this to the end of your /etc/X11/xorg.conf - http://pastebin.com/4jMEYh3B17:08
[segfault]kaehkoenen: : try adding this to the end of your /etc/X11/xorg.conf - http://pastebin.com/4jMEYh3B17:09
[segfault]WXZ: sry :/17:09
kaehkoenensegfault Maverick doesn't have a xorg.conf17:09
[segfault]kaehkoenen: yeah, I know, but it still will look for it17:09
WXZ[segfault]: that wasn't to me?17:09
WXZguess not17:10
[segfault]WXZ: no, meant for kaehkoenen.17:10
milamberthen do a debsig-verify17:10
milambercrc32: then do a debsig-verify17:10
[segfault]kaehkoenen: if you can get in that way, then maybe you can adjust things via the gui, and then remove the xorg.conf file17:10
vyrgozunqkvivid: i tryed google but no luck17:10
kaehkoenensegfault: I'll give it a go... thanks17:11
peetoonDoes anyone know what this grub rescue prompt is and what I can do about it? I decided to purge grub-pc and reinstall it, then I ran sudo update-grub and rebooted.17:11
robdigvyrgozunqk: i think you might have to use qgtkstyle. it is supposed to be a theme that integrates kde apps into gnome, but i've not used it17:11
vyrgozunqkrobdig: it's not a theme problem, it's something connected to the kde apps handling by metacity, but i don't know what, i'll try on the kde channel17:12
robdigvyrgozunqk: good luck17:13
SerraphynCan someone help me or show me a website about how to get a Acer Aspire 5000 laptop to use 3d graphics?17:13
vyrgozunqkrobdig: tnx17:13
kaehkoenensegfault: Got it... I'll hop on to that computer and continue from there17:13
[segfault]kaehkoenen: great job!17:13
SeiryuuI've already tried googling and writing on the lubuntu channel, and I apologize if it's inappropriate to ask this here, but i'm experiencing some difficulties running skype on lubuntu - it gives me the following error message: "skype: error while loading shared libraries: libQtGui.so.4"... Anyone know how to solve this?17:13
Seiryuubtw, i'm running on a 32-bit machine, an IBM thinkpad, t4217:14
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vividSeiryuu, you are probably missing that library, try installing it17:15
Seiryuulooked for it in synaptic, didn't find such library17:15
Seiryuui have all libqt3 and 4 related libraries installed already17:15
vividSeiryuu, it exists, go to packages.ubuntu.com and search for file contents17:15
milamberSeiryuu: including the devs?17:15
Seiryuuthanks, will try it17:15
Seiryuulet me check17:16
kaehkoenensegfault: small issue... only external mouse and that frackin' touchpad works... keyboard doesn't17:16
vividthat file shouldnt be in a development package17:16