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dtcrshrhello! i recently installed ubuntu 10.10 netbook remix, and i cant connect to wpa2 enterprise network, is there some know issue? would you recommend for me to install 10.04?00:00
terry_vadal: I see xserver-xorg-input-joystick - X.Org X server -- joystick input driver00:00
vadalterry_: thanks man00:01
terry_vadal: you might just need to install that ^^^00:01
critical_maxrypervenche, Of course you can also go into Nautilus, select Preferences > Show hidden, and use the GUI to copy stuff.00:01
vadalterry_: how?00:01
terry_vadal: sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-joystick00:01
critical_maxdtcrshr, to research a known issue search google for your card's exact model (and revision) and "linux". if there is a problem it should be apparent in the first page of results as many others will s hare it00:02
rypervenchecritical_max: Ok. I was just curious of a good way to do it in CLI. Are you certain that your rsync command will work?00:02
apersoncritical_max↳ that worked, but now java won't start 'Error: Could not create the Java Virtual Machine.' looks like I have more googling to do00:02
critical_maxrypervenche, yeah the -a switch means "all", you could also just copy the dotfiles with mv .* like jrib said.00:03
critical_maxerr, move them00:03
askreet-a means 'archive' ;)00:03
critical_maxaperson, good, try to find the error log I guess00:03
apersoncritical_max↳ wait, nvm it works00:04
critical_maxeggscellent00:04
apersoncritical_max↳ I was doing java --version and not java -version00:04
vadalterry_: after i install?00:05
Viking667How do I mount a casper loopback file?00:06
critical_maxaperson, heh, i hate that, it happens with every other app...no consistency00:06
Viking667ls00:06
SetaCan anybody tell me what i am doing wrong? Oo http://2big4.me/V0DNAq00:07
ohsixcritical_max: apps that use getopt are mostly uniform, or popt, or libraries like it; it's mostly junk that doesn't00:07
soreau!ping00:07
ubottuHere I am, brain the size of a planet and they ask me to respond to factoid requests. Call that job satisfaction? Because I don't.00:07
soreauheh00:07
ohsixjava has single dash stuff ingrained in it since the beginning00:07
jribSeta: what on earth are you linking to?  Use a pastebin like paste.ubuntu.com00:08
critical_maxohsix, played with getopt in perl, lovely00:08
ray24has anyone in here successful sync music to ipod on ubuntu?00:09
ohsixcritical_max: the ones that bug me are the ones that are completely arbitrary, or have some theme, or ideology; like ffmpeg :D00:09
ohsixray24: yes, with rhythmbox00:09
critical_maxray24, i used gtkpod for that00:09
PolahIs Natty due to be a long-term release?00:09
ray24I haven't been able to sync with rhthmbox00:09
jribPolah: no00:09
critical_maxohsix, lol ideological interfaces!00:10
ohsixray24: does your player show up? afaik the plugins are enabled by default, but the ipod/mtp plugins might have gotten turned off00:10
ray24yeah when i plug my ipod in, it opens up rhytmbox00:10
PolahIf I do apt-get dist-upgrade, will it upgrade to the latest release or can I select a release to use?00:11
ray24in the plugin section, portable ipod is checked00:11
jribPolah: apt-get dist-upgrade just upgrades your packages on your current release.00:11
PolahI thought dist-upgrade upgraded the distribution, i.e. release00:12
daerdaaskreet: no luck :(00:12
jribPolah: no00:12
critical_maxPolah, you have to go in sequence when dist-upgrading.00:12
askreetdaerda: what output did you see?00:12
daerdaaskreet: local access works, remote does not00:12
askreetno output from remote, at all?00:12
daerdathat's all I can figure out00:12
critical_maxPolah, recommend using "update-manager -d" to handle it.00:12
PolahSo it's the same as upgrade then, jrib?00:12
daerdaaskreet: nope00:12
jribPolah: is your real question: how to upgrade to natty (a development release)?00:12
askreetdaerda: this is progress then, it's not hosts.allow or any other application-level restrictions.  could still be iptables, but probably your router00:12
jribPolah: no, it's not the same.  « man apt-get » details the differences00:12
askreetdaerda:  do an 'iptables -L' -- should be empty00:12
critical_maxPolah: upgrade means install latest available packages in this distribution release. dist-upgrade (update-manager -d) means get a new distribution release.00:13
PolahNo, I'm getting a VPS that only supports 9.04 from the hosts and I'd like to upgrade it to 10.10 or 11.04 when it's released00:13
critical_maxPolah, indeed, would be useful to know your ultimate motive.00:13
jrib!upgrade | Polah00:13
ubottuPolah: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes - see also http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/upgrade00:13
ray24ohsix, what is the method you use to sync music?00:13
askreetdaerda, also have you tried going to your external IP (from sites like ipchicken.com) rather than the dyndns name (in case that's the problem)00:13
daerdaaskreet: not empty00:14
critical_maxPolah, Aha, yes, you want to do a 9.10 upgrade, then a 10.04 (the most recent LTS, and a good choice for a server)00:14
askreetdaerda: can you pastebin the output?00:14
daerdaaskreet: I've tried accessing my external IP, yes00:14
ohsixray24: i just drop stuff on the player00:14
daerdaaskreet: http://paste.pocoo.org/show/35922000:14
critical_maxpolah, and yes dist-upgrade is the proper option for apt-get00:14
ray24And it automatically syncs it?00:14
ohsixray24: i think you can right click and tell it to do it too, but dragging works00:14
ohsixyep00:14
ohsixit shows up on the player then you just eject it00:15
askreetdaerda, that's what an empty iptables looks like :P00:15
pfifomy ubuntu's AI is stuck in kill mode and is trying to eliminate the human race? How do I reset this behavior back to the default from installation00:15
ray24can you check real quick what version you have?00:15
daerdaaskreet:  :)00:15
askreetdaerda, if you had restrictions there would be entries under INPUT00:15
critical_maxpfifo: screenshot or it didn't happen00:15
askreetdaerda, so we're back to crappy home routers and their inability to do port forwarding -- i've seen issues with this in the past solved by router restarts, or removing and then re-adding the IP.00:15
PolahCritical_max: I'd prefer 10.10 or 11.04 as it should be more advanced; and I don't plan to have the server for the life of 10.0400:15
ohsixray24: i haven't had my ipod with me for a while,  but this was in maverick; are you trying to put flac files or something on it? it wont change the format00:15
bazhangpfifo, not appropriate here00:16
askreetdaerda, also sometimes if you have a DMZ set somewhere, port forwarding stops entirely.00:16
terry_askreet: daerda I have a linux router.   Works great.00:16
critical_maxPolah, sure if you need newer libraries go ahead and upgrade through to 11.04. It's easiest to dist-upgrade with less apps installed/configured, of course, just for time's sake; so you should be in good shape to proceed00:16
askreetterry_: nothing wrong with linux routers... but we're talking about his home router not passing traffic to apache00:17
critical_maxPolah, the more stuff you have installed the more interruptions there are to the upgrade process (scripts asking you details, diffing config files, etc). There's ways to pass apt-get switches to automatically say "yes" to whatever it thinks you should do, might be nice if you want unattended.00:17
gon__can somebody post the command to show the ip's connected to a certain router?00:17
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ray24ohsix, dragging the mp3 files does not work00:18
semehi guys... can anyone help me figure out why I can't connect ubuntu to my wireless nework... everything is working for my other systems... I keep getting the dialog asking me for hte password but I've checked and it is right00:18
critical_maxpolah, apt-get -y is the switch for "do what apt thinks best"00:18
terry_gon__: nmap 192.168.0/2400:18
daerdaterry_: good for you.00:18
critical_maxpolah, but i recommend doing at least one without that switch so you can get a feel for what it will ask (usually apache, etc, anything you've configured that diffs from the default config)00:18
terry_gon__: nmap 192.168.1.0/2400:18
daerdaI have a router with ddwrt on it but no modem to go with it00:19
Polahcritical_max: All that would be installed would be the basic packages for functionality (SSH, FTP) and Java, perhaps Xorg if other people would like to access my server and use it easily.00:19
daerdaso I'm stuck with a cheap netgear00:19
terry_gon__: where 192.168.1.0/24 is your actual subnet00:19
critical_maxPolah, yep, I recommend installing/configuring those services after the dist-upgrade if possible.00:19
dfhActionParsnip, that's automated, right: https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/firefox/+question/150338 ? because that totally doesn't answer my question00:19
ubottuUbuntu bug 150338 in compiz (Ubuntu) "Compiz module Annotate causes unrecoverable X-session crash (dup-of: 145360)" [Medium,New]00:19
ubottuUbuntu bug 145360 in compiz (Ubuntu) "compiz.real crashed with SIGSEGV in doPoll()" [Medium,Fix released]00:19
gon__thank you just a moment i'll have to install it00:19
critical_maxPolah, just for streamlining the process. It'd work either way, but more time if you install them first.00:19
semehrm... have to restart let's see if this update to network manager helps00:20
Viking667found it... sorry for the time.00:20
PolahCritical_max: Assuming a standard set of packages like ftp and ssh that come as default; would it be worthwhile to remove them, upgrade and then reinstall them?00:20
terry_daerda: What do you mean, no modem to go with it?00:20
critical_maxPolah, I also have to give a plug for sftp unless plain FTP is a business requirement - all modern FTP clients handle it and it's secure.00:20
critical_maxPolah, no, that's not needed00:20
critical_maxPolah, I have dist-upgraded something like 4 times now with a massive load of packages, no problem, I'm just saying it's faster the less you  have installed, the less there is to download :)]00:21
terry_daerda: You plug the router into the modem.  Right?00:22
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vividanyone know how i can get my 10.10 machine to poweroff on shutdown?  as it is everything stops and i have to walk over and push the power button00:22
PolahCritical_Max: Thanks for the information00:22
daerdaterry_: yes00:22
critical_maxpolah, you should be able to do a series of 3 dist-upgrades with the -y switch and get to 10.10 with minimal fuss00:22
daerdaterry_: then the modem into the hole in the wall00:23
critical_maxexpect 2 hours each or more00:23
terry_daerda: Yea... right.00:23
gon__terry_: Thanks for the information00:23
critical_maxPolah: If you configure one thing, make it the apt mirror00:23
terry_gon__: NP00:23
PolahCritical: Just do dist-upgrade && dist-upgrade && dist-upgrade and leave it?00:23
critical_maxPolah: Find an apt mirror that's local to you, it will speed the process drastically00:23
jribPolah: no.  Read the link I had ubottu send you about upgrading please00:23
critical_maxPolah, Nah, you'll want to babysit in between. And do read more about it before starting.00:23
Polahmsg ubottu !upgrade00:24
critical_maxPolah: apt-mirror is the package that lets you pick a local mirror for updates00:24
Polahmsg ubottu !upgrade00:25
critical_maxI have a mirror 30 miles away *heaven*00:25
PolahAh did it again, terribleness.00:25
bazhangcritical_max, dist-upgrade is not the way to do it00:25
vividanyone know how i can get my 10.10 machine to poweroff on shutdown?00:25
critical_maxbazbang, I recommended update-manager -d but he's on a VPS00:25
bazhang!dist-upgrade | critical_max00:25
ubottucritical_max: A dist-upgrade will install new dependencies for packages already installed and may remove packages if they are no longer needed. Please see !upgrade for the proper way to upgrade to a new version of Ubuntu.00:25
jribcritical_max: update-manager -d is only to upgrade to development releases00:25
bazhangcritical_max, also very bad advice00:25
terry_daerda: What I have is a PC with IPcop installed on it and on the green network I have an 8port gigibit switch plugged into the green network and into that is a wireless router (plugged into one of the LAN ports with the DHCP server turned off so that it acts as a wireless switch). Printer and other PCs here in the office plug into the gigibit switch.00:25
critical_maxUpdate manager does offer distribution releases if they aren't development, yeah; Polah specifically said he wanted bleeding edge/11.0400:26
jribcritical_max: no he didn't :/00:26
bazhangcritical_max, that wont do what he needs00:26
critical_maxOk, feel free to take over.00:26
critical_maxIt's worked for me umpteen times.00:26
PolahCritical_max, bazhang, jrib: I did say I'd rather upgrade to 10.10 then 11.04 after release. Just a misunderstanding, obviously.00:27
jribPolah: yes00:27
bazhangPolah, I saw that00:27
critical_max<Polah> Critical_max: I'd prefer 10.10 or 11.04 as it should be more advanced; and I don't plan to have the server for the life of 10.0400:27
bazhangcritical_max, still not the way to go at all.00:27
critical_maxIn any case, Polah should be reading the docs that have been linked.00:28
jribPolah, critical_max: I think it's just confusing to say "dist-upgrade" when talking about distribution upgrades because there's a command called "dist-upgrade" and it's not how one performs a distribution upgrade00:28
aguenterhello00:28
bazhangcritical_max, yes, and they completely go against what you are recommending here00:28
nmaxchatCan someone tell me how to post a Kleansweep report  for checking I can delete things00:28
terry_jrib: It USED to be.00:28
ActionParsnip!paste | nmaxchat00:28
ubottunmaxchat: 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.00:28
jribterry_: yes, but is no longer the recommended way to do so on ubuntu00:29
critical_maxbazhang: perhaps I'm misremembering then. I'll stick to linking the docs.00:29
aguenteranyone know why smbd would block indefinitely on 10.10 x64 during boot if a cifs (smb) mount fails due to it not being available? I'm going to use a live usb to rename my fstab, but surely this isn't expected behavior00:29
vadalhow do I install the Logitech dual action controller, I am using 10.10 Ubuntu, but this tutorial doesn't work http://linuxgamingtoday.wordpress.com/2008/01/24/install-and-use-usb-based-gamepads-in-ubuntu/00:29
critical_maxbazhang: so many changes :(00:29
terry_jrib:  I think it is now: do-release-upgrade  Right?00:30
terry_Is that it?00:30
ActionParsnip!upgrade | terry_00:30
ubottuterry_: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes - see also http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/upgrade00:30
Polahjrib: So do you recommend doing it through Update Manager?00:31
critical_maxterry_, that's what www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/upgrade says. I admit to being totally unfamiliar with that command. Finally bit by Ubuntu's fast pace, I guess.00:31
critical_maxPolah, you should do what that doc link says. jrib left and clearly I'm out of date with the process.00:31
critical_maxPolah, my last distribution upgrade was 10.0400:31
gertidonhi, anyone know where to find this taskbar on ubuntu ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRveGELsFQI&feature=player_embedded00:32
Polahcritical_max, that says to use Update Manager anyway.00:32
luarawhat is this00:32
terry_Upgrade instructions say: sudo apt-get install update-manager-core ; sudo do-release-upgrade00:32
critical_maxPolah, yeah from looking at that page it just uses 'do-release-upgrade' as a wrapper for update-manager functionality00:32
rammyIRCmy laptop freezes all of a sudden with capslock blinking. any ideas why this happens?00:33
terry_But cautions us to start with fully upgraded system.  (All packages up-to-date).00:33
aeon-ltdgertidon: you mean the dock? if i had to guess i'd say awm00:33
aeon-ltdgertidon: *awn00:33
gertidonyes this awesome dock00:33
critical_maxPolah, just make sure you set the local mirror first since you're planning to download so much. apt-mirror package.00:33
kerneloops_How can I get sound to work in Ubuntu server00:33
kerneloops_I installed alsa utils00:34
kerneloops_but no sound00:34
PolahCritical_Max: Thanks00:34
critical_maxPOlah: sure thing and sorry for the sidetrack!00:34
rammyIRCanyone please?00:34
aguenterkernel, I'm guessing that depends on a large variety of factors00:34
ActionParsnipkerneloops_: install pulseaudio00:34
Polahkerneloops: Get pulseaudio00:34
Polahand I was beaten to it00:34
aguenter:)00:35
aguenteranyone have any insight about my question?00:35
PolahRammyIRC: Could be a problem with your keyboard drivers but I'm no expert00:35
no-gooder i can't remove apache on my system00:35
Polahaguenter: Could you repeat it to save me scrolling all the way up?00:35
rammyIRCpolah: thanks00:35
aguenteranyone know why smbd would block indefinitely on 10.10 x64 during boot if a cifs (smb) mount fails due to it not being available? I'm going to use a live usb to rename my fstab, but surely this isn't expected behavior00:35
aguenterthere, thanks!00:35
Polahno-gooder: What is the name of the package you are trying to remove?00:35
kerneloops_ActionParsnip: in Ubuntu Server?00:35
aeon-ltdno-gooder: not using sudo or is it a dependency for something else?00:35
ActionParsnipkerneloops_: sure why not00:36
critical_maxno-gooder: pastebin the output of "apt-cache policy apache2"00:36
martin__hello, I'm having anodd problem with my ssd drive i delete it's parttions,files on it and they keep getting back after reboot, what can be the cause of that ? i tried fdisk, then formating and after reboot everything is back00:36
kerneloops_ActionParsnip: installing00:36
no-gooderPolah,  actually i'm not sure of it.i'm very new to ubuntu. there is a folde ranmed apache2 under /etc/00:36
critical_maxno-gooder: Also, what is your ultimate goal in removing Apache? (Why?)00:37
no-goodercritical_max, i need to install nginx00:37
aguenterno-gooder: have you used "sudo apt-get remove apache2" ?00:37
Polahno-gooder: Do sudo apt-get remove apache2 then?00:37
critical_max^ What they said.00:37
PolahPerhaps purge if you want to absolutely remove it.00:37
tjiggi_forammyIRC, capslock blinking is a sign for kernal panic - I have no idea about finding out what's causing it00:38
no-gooderaguenter,  yes i did00:38
rammyIRCtjiggi_fo : i read abt that00:38
aguenterthe /etc/apache2 directory is just configuration files00:38
critical_maxno-gooder: If you just want to free up port 80 without uninstalling Apache for now, you can use "sudo update-rc.d apache2 remove"00:38
rammyIRCi cant find any log messages00:38
rammyIRCi cud deal with00:38
martin__anyone ? maybe my mbr is broken ?00:39
aguenterno-gooder: what is the output of "which apache2" ?00:39
no-gooder here is the pastebin : http://pastebin.com/nRUvTqaW00:39
critical_maxno-gooder: Oh you already removed the pacakge? /etc/apache2 is left because removing the package won't remove config. You should be fine leaving it there. You can also use "apt-get purge apache2" in future which will remove config as well as the package00:39
aguenterno-gooder: if "which apache2" returns nothing then apache is successfully uninstalled00:40
no-goodercritical_max,  but localhost still works00:40
aguenterno-gooder: are you sure it is apache and not lighthttpd or something?00:40
critical_maxno-gooder, you can find if it's still running, leftover, "pgrep apache" for pids00:41
aguenterPolah: did you see my question by the way?00:41
no-gooderaguenter, i don'T know it uses the folder /var/www. which one is it ?00:41
Tom__How do I 'cd' to another partition using terminal?00:41
aguenterTom__: mount it somewhere00:41
critical_maxTom__, probably somewhere under /mnt/00:41
Polahaguenter: Yes, sorry but I've no idea.00:41
Tom__ok; i'll check00:41
critical_maxTom__, use the Places menu to mount partitions before you do that00:42
no-goodercritical_max,  here is the pastebin : http://pastebin.com/nRUvTqaW00:42
critical_maxthat's the other pastebin.00:42
aguenterPolah: ok thanks00:42
PolahHmm, random thought about mounting. Is /mnt/ supposed to be used for mounting actual drives and /media/ for removable media?00:42
Tom__it seems to be mounted as it appears on the desktop but there's nothing in /mnt00:43
no-gooderPolah,  i did that too. bu still works00:43
critical_maxPolah, since ubuntu mounts actual drives under /media/ too now, I think /mnt/ is just the older standard... I'm sure someone knows the history behind it..00:43
aguenterPolah: yes, that's how I mount and always assumed... /mnt/ is also for remote mount points (network shares) IMO00:43
no-goodercritical_max, i tried "sudo update-rc.d apache2 remove" but localhost still works00:43
nmaxchatOK to remove ?00:43
Polahno-gooder: I ask because I've got mine mounted in /media/. I guess you could mount it anywhere but it just makes sense to use one of those00:43
nmaxchathttp://paste.ubuntu.com/585127/00:43
critical_maxaguenter: yeah, network shares go to /mnt, good point00:43
critical_maxno-gooder, so it's still running? run "pgrep apache" and find the processes and kill them..00:44
kerneloops_ActionParsnip: do I need libasound2 ?00:44
dfhPolah, https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-list/2004-November/msg03116.html00:44
Tom__basically my system is screwed but my data is still in tact so im using a livecd but file/folder ownership is preventing me from backing up some important files00:44
kerneloops_How do I know if a package is installed?00:44
aguenterno-gooder: did you apt-get remove without rebooting?00:44
no-goodercritical_max,  i did "pgrep apache" still works. goddamns shit!00:44
aguenterno-gooder: or have you rebooted since?00:45
odeihi, just wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction with this? http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=171356600:45
critical_maxno-gooder, as I said before that just gives you the process IDs. If they exist. If no output, Apache is not running00:45
swimmerdude101yo sup dudes00:45
odeican't find anything on the forums/launchpad/google etc00:45
no-gooderaguenter, no i haven't. should i ?00:45
aguenteryes00:45
PolahDfh: Thanks00:45
grkblood13is there a way to connect to an ssh daemon through a proxy? ive googled and the only stuff that is popping out at me is how to set up a proxy through ssh, i want to do the opposite00:45
stbaindfh, thank you for that link... I always wondered why it changed00:45
no-gooderoh ok now i'll reboote.00:45
swimmerdude101hey i was so happy i got wireless internet problim fixed and ubuntu irc chat!00:46
vadalhow do I install the Logitech dual action controller, I am using 10.10 Ubuntu, but this tutorial doesn't work http://linuxgamingtoday.wordpress.com/2008/01/24/install-and-use-usb-based-gamepads-in-ubuntu/00:46
aguenterno-gooder: the binaries are still resident in memory even though you removed the package from disk, so either pkill them or reboot00:46
critical_maxTom__ in general you can use Places menu to mount a partition, and once mounted you can use "sudo" in the terminal to read/copy from it00:46
critical_max!sudo | Tom__00:46
ubottuTom__: sudo is a command to run command-line programs with superuser privileges ("root") (also see !cli). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for more information. For graphical applications see !gksu (GNOME, Xfce), or !kdesudo (KDE). If you're unable to execute commands with sudo see: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/fixsudo00:46
b1llywheres the host file00:46
b1llylocated00:46
b1llyin what directory00:46
aguenterbilly: /etc/00:46
grkblood13can anyone see me typing or am i locked out?00:46
swimmerdude101i can see it00:46
ActionParsnipgrkblood13: i read you00:46
grkblood13k00:47
grkblood13thanks00:47
b1llythe localhost ip is 127.0.1.1 ?00:47
critical_maxgrkblood13: have patience. :) you want to do reverse tunneling, it sounds like. Look that up for starters.00:47
swimmerdude101idk00:47
aguenterbilly: "whereis hosts" ;)00:47
kerneloops_127.0.0.100:47
odeior if there are any other places I can get help?00:47
swimmerdude101im kinda new to linux i was a windows user my whole life00:47
ActionParsnipb1lly: both00:47
RodolfoIm not having a good experience with ati radeon hd 4200 series using the open driver00:48
ActionParsnipb1lly: if you look in /etc/hosts you will see it is both 127.0.0.1 and 127.0.1.100:48
Rodolfois it from the comm or amd?00:48
jorgehi i cant install firefox 4 in my ubuntu00:48
critical_maxRodolfo, you should try the ATI official driver00:48
b1llyto open a file in gui is gksudo gedit dir/file00:48
b1llygot it00:48
critical_maxRodolfo, System > Administration > Hardware Drivers and choose the restricted/official driver00:48
Tom__critical max u say i can sudo to a mounted partition but how do i reference it within the cd command00:48
aguenterwow, this is not a good place for my question I see :(00:48
dfhodei, sounds like you hdd is dying00:48
kerneloops_(3) Check to see if the ALSA driver for your sound card exists. Go to http://www.alsa-project.org/alsa-doc/ and search for your sound card (chipset) manufacturer in the dropdown box. You'll be given a matrix of the sound cards made by the manufacturer. Try to match the chipset you found in step 2 with the driver(green hyperlink text).00:49
RodolfoI already did but it seems to fail AT ALL00:49
kerneloops_how do I search ..00:49
ActionParsnipb1lly: only if you need write access, otherwise omitting gksudo is fine if you just want to read the finle00:49
jorgehi i cant install firefox 4 in my ubuntu00:49
ActionParsnip!ff4 | jorge00:49
ubottujorge: Firefox 4 is the current stable version of Firefox. Current versions of Ubuntu do not have it (see !latest), but there is an unofficial and unsupported PPA that you can use by running the following command: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install firefox00:49
critical_maxaguenter, you could try later - it's a pretty specific question and it's just no one knows at the moment.00:49
Rodolfothere is no such repo from the U10.10 that seems to work out on this one00:49
RodolfoHELP00:49
odeiI dunno dfh, it's a new hdd and I seem to have fixed the i/o problems00:49
dfhodei, I'm afraid I don't have any other solution than to fsck and reinstall00:50
grkblood3critical_max, i dont think thats what i want, i want to connect to my ssh daemon from a proxy. i want my daemon to see the proxies IP when i connect00:50
critical_maxTom__ when you mount the partition in Places, after that you can open it from Places in Nautilus. YOu'll see a string of numbers as the Nautilus title (ugly!) That's what you're looking for in the shell...00:50
aguentercritical_max: I will, it just seems like I might have better luck on the forums as IRC seems to be overloaded with "easier" questions00:50
critical_maxTom__, after that you can "cd /media/2938741074" or whatever the string of numbers is.00:50
dollarbangjorge: look at this link: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FirefoxNewVersion00:51
odeiwoo, I haven't had a fresh install for weeks00:51
critical_maxaguenter, plenty of technical advice here, it's just no one has that precise situation. I'd definitely start a thread for now.00:51
lordjjDoes anyone recomment 10.10 over 10.04 LTS?00:51
lordjj*recommend00:51
aguentercritical_max: I didn't mean to imply that there wasn't. I'll go ahead and do that, thanks :)00:51
odeiare there any problems with ext4? this is the first time I've had a system on it, I could go back to ext3?00:51
critical_maxaguenter, good luck!00:51
aguenterlordjj: I'm running both and I like 10.10 fine00:51
mrmei'm logged in on my wife's netbook using an sd card.  I just backed up the home directory, deleted the partition, created a new partition for it, and replaced the data on it.  i still have the root partition.  how can i set it so that the root partition will see the new partition as the /home mount point?00:52
critical_maxgrkblood3, so  your ssh server logs show the client ip not the proxy? is it a proxy config issue?00:52
b1llyi have apache and php installed, is there an apt-get for mysql?00:52
aguenterlordjj:but unless you have a good reason to run 10.10 over 10.04 go LTS00:52
critical_maxgrkblood3 you are just going      client --> proxy --> server? what's the proxy?00:52
grkblood3critical_max, im not that far, im trying to figure out how to try to login to the daemon through a proxy00:52
Jeruvyb1lly: mysql-client and mysql-server00:52
no-gooderhaha funny it still worrrrrrkkkss!!!!00:53
b1llyjeruvy which one do i need to host a mysql databse/ both?00:53
grkblood3critical_max, not sure yet, havent picked one from open-proxy.org00:53
aguenterb1lly, if you're on a recent build you should use tasksel00:53
Jeruvyb1lly: probably both00:53
b1llyim on 10.1000:53
grkblood3critical_max, proxy-list.org*00:53
Psydollhello can someone tell me the pci command for checking my network card chipset please?00:53
critical_maxno-gooder, sudo netstat -plutn|grep 8000:53
aguenterb1lly: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP00:53
Psydolli keep forgetting it!00:53
critical_maxno-gooder, that will tell you for sure wha'ts serving to port 8000:53
Rodolfook so who owns ati's radeon hd 42xx?00:54
rcmaehlWhat are bogomips?00:54
nmaxchatI am reading about Kleansweep and see several comments about maintenance not really being needed on Linux Plaease confirm00:54
Polahpsydoll: lspci?00:54
critical_maxgrkblood3, I can't support those random proxies, you're really on your own.00:54
Psydollpolah thank you00:54
rweanyone know where to start if ubuntu cant recognize your monitor?00:54
dfhodei, ext4 is *stable* for all intents and purposes00:54
lordjjHey, I tried to create a boot drive from a USB stick using Ubuntu Startup disk creator and the Ubuntu CD, but it wouldn't work (no Kernel founf after I choose run Ubuntu). Anything I'm missing?00:54
b1llyaguenter: is there a way to see if i have something installed00:54
swimmerdude101i dont know about moditers im using a laptop sorry00:54
critical_maxgrkblood3, I've been there and done that and the solution is usually "try a different proxy" and as I said it's outside of the scope of this channel.00:54
b1llyex: to see if i got php5-mysql installd00:54
tundra010rcmaehl: bogomips are a rough measure of the speed of your cpu.00:54
grkblood3critical_max, does it matter though? you just want the number right? if so lets say its proxy at 1.2.3.400:54
ActionParsniprwe: run: sudo lshw -C display     websearch for the product line to get your video chip setup, the monitor will be plug and play so will be fine once the driver is setup00:54
rcmaehltundra010: how is it calculated?00:55
swimmerdude101i made a proxy but the host site took it down00:55
critical_maxgrkblood3, it does matter because those proxies are collected usually without their owner's knowledge. It's a hack. It's unsupported.00:55
swimmerdude101i thinking of making another tho00:55
tundra010depends on your cpu, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BogoMips00:55
grkblood3if i wanted to use proxy 1.2.3.4 and the daemon was 5.6.7.8 what would the command be00:55
odeiI guess I'll try to check the hdd00:55
rcmaehlswimmerdude101: why do you need a proxy00:55
mrmei know i need to meddle with grub, but how?00:55
swimmerdude101sometimes i look at bbc00:55
reya276Ubuntu 11.04 messed up my GRUB menu and now my Ubuntu 10.10 entry is not available. How can I fix this?00:56
swimmerdude101or one of those british news things00:56
rweActionParsnip thanks00:56
aguenterb1lly: dpkg -s package-name | grep Status00:56
critical_maxgrkblood3, if you want support for a proxy the only way you will get it is to pay for a proxy service (there are many, and they are cheap)00:56
swimmerdude101anyone know when the next ubuntu (ubuntu 11) will come out?00:56
Tom__for what ever reason it wouldnt transfer across partitions even when using sudo nautilus but luckily it would go across to a USB :) PHEW!!!!!00:56
rcmaehlswimmerdude101: same time it always has00:56
critical_maxgrkblood3, you will not get help for random proxies in random lists00:57
rcmaehlswimmerdude101: 11.0400:57
PolahSwimmerdude101: April 28th00:57
swimmerdude101yeah but im new so when is that?00:57
swimmerdude101Oh00:57
swimmerdude101Cool00:57
Polah!natty | swimmerdude10100:57
ubottuswimmerdude101: 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.00:57
swimmerdude101:D cant wait totaly gonna upgrade!00:57
rcmaehlHey you guys still getting questions on how to update ff3 to ff4?00:58
ray24I'm in need of assistance with ipod sync on rhythmbox00:58
no-goodercritical_max, i'm sorry :) it was "node"!  i used to set port 80 with 80 and it was it. now problem solved. than you very much and you guys!00:58
reya276How can I fix GRUB to show me my install OS(s), Natty(11.04) messed it up?00:58
mrmethe label got changed from sda4 to sda600:58
terry_!ff400:58
ubottuFirefox 4 is the current stable version of Firefox. Current versions of Ubuntu do not have it (see !latest), but there is an unofficial and unsupported PPA that you can use by running the following command: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install firefox00:58
rcmaehlterry_: I know00:58
critical_maxno-gooder, glad to hear it. netstat -plutn reveals all :)00:58
critical_maxrcmaehl, all day!00:59
rcmaehlterry_: I know, that's my simplified command and I have the logs to show it00:59
terry_rcmaehl: Sorry, missunderstood you.00:59
rcmaehlterry_: ah kk00:59
PaPaYahow do i install radvd?01:00
PolahPaPaYa, perhaps: sudo apt-get install radvd01:00
HyperShockHi all Ubuntu users!01:00
PolahHello01:00
XubuntuKrisIs there a Xubuntu channel? Or is this the place I need to be?01:01
aguenterthere is #xubuntu01:01
HyperShockI have a question ...01:01
XubuntuKrissweet, thanks aguenter01:01
critical_max!question > hypershock01:01
ubottuhypershock, please see my private message01:02
HyperShockHow do I make my own Ubuntu derivative? I have been tasked with finding this out by my board of directors.01:03
critical_maxHyperShock, have you seen https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DerivativeTeam/Derivatives?01:03
IdleOne!remaster | HyperShock01:03
ubottuHyperShock: Interested in remastering the Ubuntu !live CD? See: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization or use tools such as http://uck.sourceforge.net/ or http://linux.dell.com/wiki/index.php/DRU_Disc_Remastering_Utility01:03
terry_HyperShock: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallCDCustomization01:03
terry_IdleOne beat me to the punch :(01:04
HyperShockIt is going to be a long term project so we just don't want to modify a Live cd.01:04
HyperShock!remaster01:05
ubottuInterested in remastering the Ubuntu !live CD? See: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization or use tools such as http://uck.sourceforge.net/ or http://linux.dell.com/wiki/index.php/DRU_Disc_Remastering_Utility01:05
critical_maxHyperShock, check out that derivatives team page if you're looking at a major project.01:05
terry_HyperShock: What are you talking about?01:05
shandorcan I find support?01:05
PaPaYawhere is the configuration file for radvd?01:06
automatrixhi folks, is there somebody who can tell me how to make a list (command-line) of all the media-files on my external disk ?01:06
ohzie!netbook01:06
shandori need assistance with my wireless device01:06
ohzie!netbook remix01:06
th0rautomatrix: ls -al (/dir/to/mediafiles) >> list.txt01:07
terry_automatrix: do something like:  find /mnt/point -name '*mp3'01:07
Polahautomatrix:  in that directory do ls >> files.txt01:07
critical_maxHyperShock, you will almost certainly need to *start* by modifying the LiveCD as in !remaster. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DerivativeTeam/GettingInvolved seems to be the entry point for a serious project01:07
haqe17automatrix: find media_dir -name *avi -or -name *mp401:07
automatrixthit is a loong long way I heard something from you, it is too long ago I came here, but you are still the most helpfull guy01:07
terry_automatrix: do something like:  find /mnt/point -name '*mp3' ; find /mnt/point -name '*mp4' ; find /mnt/point -name '*mpg' ; etc. etc.01:08
automatrixterry_, Polah haqe17 thanks also01:08
MrBushidois it possible to set up per application volume on ubuntu? or at least do it easily, kind of like windows 7's volume mixer with a slider for every app.01:08
ohzieSorry if there's a different channel for netbook remix, but how can I make alt+f2 bring up a "run command" window like it does in normal ubuntu?01:09
critical_maxMrBushido, Sound Preferences > Applications from the tray app01:09
kerneloops_Why do I need to run sudo alsamixer in Ubuntu Server via SSH????01:09
Polahautomatrix: do: ls -alR /drive/path >> files.txt01:09
critical_maxMrBushido, that UI mimics the 7 one.01:09
PolahNeed to specify -R to do it recursively if you have folders01:09
automatrixPolah, there are so much paths ....01:09
th0rkerneloops_: you don't01:09
terry_kerneloops_: The use is not in audio group probably01:09
ActionParsnipkerneloops_: possibly because you aren't in the right group01:10
kerneloops_terry_: does that mean that I can't play audio files?01:10
PolahOhzie: System > Preferences > Keyboard Shortcuts?01:10
Polahautomatrix: Probably /media/ or /mnt/01:10
terry_kerneloops_: The use is probably not in audio group01:10
shandoranyone get atheros AT5001 drivers working?01:10
kerneloops_Im trying to make sound work01:10
terry_kerneloops_: Means you need to add that user to audio group.01:10
MrBushidocritical_max: thanks, is there any way to interface it with the volume slider?01:10
automatrixPolah, which reduces the whole thing, I did not think that far, sorry for my lazyness and stealing your time, Polah01:10
terry_kerneloops_: vim /etc/group01:10
PaPaYaI cant find the file at /etc/radvd.conf01:11
PaPaYai have just install radvd01:11
terry_kerneloops_: And then log out and back in so that the new permissions take effect.01:11
Polahautomatrix, not a problem I have plenty to spare.01:11
critical_maxMrBushido, I see what you mean and it doesn't look like there is an equivalent built in.01:11
heliosHello, can someone help me with files on Ubuntu?01:11
kerneloops_terry_: now what do I do?01:11
kerneloops_terry_: it shows audio:x:29:pulse01:12
critical_max!question > helios01:12
ubottuhelios, please see my private message01:12
terry_kerneloops_: Change to  audio:x:29:pulse,kerneloops01:12
automatrixPolah, nice to know, it's about tme  re-invest myself in ubuntu, having been a bit more 'user' than installator and student these lasts months01:12
MrBushidocritical_max: well tyvm anyhow <301:12
kerneloops_terry_: :p01:12
Phong_does ubuntu has scheduler?01:12
critical_maxMrBushido, sure thing, perhaps Unity will feature what you want!01:12
Phong_i want to have something to schedule to run something01:12
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PaPaYai cant find the file radvd.conf in /etc/01:13
terry_!cron | Phong_01:13
ubottuPhong_: cron is a way to schedule execution of software/scripts. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CronHowto  -  There is also a decent Howto at http://www.tech-geeks.org/contrib/mdrone/cron&crontab-howto.htm01:13
shandorcan anyone assist on wifi?01:13
kerneloops_terry_: how do I logout in a ssh connection? lol01:13
terry_PaPaYa: find /etc/ -name radvd.conf01:13
Hedonistais there a channel for the ppc port of ubuntu?01:13
critical_maxterry_, is there a GUI for cron built into Ubuntu? I just looked and didn't see one, I must be missing it.01:13
kerneloops_I mean logout in the server?01:13
ohzieOh wow netbook remix doesn't have aptitude01:13
heliosCan anyone assit me on changing the names of files in the usr directory?01:13
terry_kerneloops_: You can't.  But you could reboot it.01:14
Phong_terry_, lol, is there a GUI verson?01:14
terry_critical_max: no01:14
kerneloops_ok terry_01:14
th0rhelios: don't mess with things in /usr01:14
itaylor57ohzie: aptitude is not a part of the 10.10 anymore01:14
critical_maxhelios: What are you actually trying to accomplish? You shouldn't be changing anything in /usr by hand except /usr/local01:14
critical_maxhelios: and even then you should know what and why you are changing, and it was something you installed yourself01:14
ohzieitaylor57: :| Oh. What replaced it?01:14
itaylor57ohzie: you have to install it01:15
terry_critical_max: Phong_  Open a gui terminal and issue command: crontab -e01:15
heliosNo, I'm trying to change a file name in another directory.01:15
v0lksmananyone know why the thumb forward and backward on a Logitech MX aren't mappable or even show up as button events in xev in Maverick?01:15
* ohzie squints at irssi.01:15
lordjjCan someone please help?: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1713147     Thanks!01:15
heliosit's technical fix for a game called Eternal Lands01:15
critical_maxterry_, yeah I always used that. with an "export EDITOR=nano" to make sure vi didn't come up. >:)01:15
HyperShockodd, i have aptitude and 10.1001:15
critical_maxhelios, so the game is under /usr/local/eternallands or something?01:15
Phong_does mac os x similar to ubuntu?01:16
itaylor57HyperShock: then you installed it01:16
kerneloops_terry_: thanks it worked01:16
helios/usr/share/games/EternalLands/01:16
roy__hh01:16
critical_maxphong: some of the tools in the shell are very similar, that's about it01:16
Phong_i used mac, but not like it01:17
terry_lordjj: rm /etc/X11/xorg.conf01:17
Phong_mac is very complicated01:17
critical_maxhelios: ok, so link the directions for us please and we can interpret for ubuntu..01:17
* automatrix wishes you a good night, day, morning afternoon, wherever you are, and thanks for the help01:17
Phong_is ubunut most popular then any os ?01:17
terry_Phong_: Pretty much.01:17
rwwPhong_: no, Microsoft Windows is the most popular OS.01:17
helios"Looks like you graphics card thinks it supports shaders but it doesn't like EL's. Either recompile the client with "FEATURES += USE_SHADER" commented out in make.defaults (put a "#" at the start of the line), or rename the shaders directory "/usr/share/games/EternalLands/shaders/" so they can't load.01:18
heliosThis has come up a couple of times recently, may be we should put a simple override option in the config settings..... "01:18
terry_rww: I don't know if it is most popular.  It's most used but... ;-)01:18
astleyi am trying to install a driver or something that will allow me to use the Logitech Dual Action controller01:18
PaPaYafind: `/etc/radvd.conf': No such file or directory01:18
Phong_will WINE run most of windows apps?01:18
lordjjterry: this will delete that file? And that's all I need?01:18
critical_maxOk helios, that makes more sense. Do this first and show me in Pastebin: "ls -l /usr/share/games/EternalLands"01:18
terry_lordjj: prolly so.  or you can just rename it if you want.  mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.bak01:19
terry_lordjj: Or something like that.01:19
heliosOk01:19
opiatehi, I was wondering what is nearest program to ConvertX to DVD for ubuntu?01:19
HyperShockPhong_: check http://appdb.winehq.org/ for a list of what it can or can not do atm.01:19
lordjjterry_ : thanks, will try that.01:20
haqe17Phong_: in my experience, most apps run, but not very well01:20
heliosI g2g01:20
terry_lordjj: Gud luk.01:20
heliosIll be back later01:20
critical_maxPhong_, http://appdb.winehq.org/ for WINE compatibility info01:20
Phong_well...would can ubuntu do?01:20
Phong_lol01:20
Phong_i'm windows person01:20
critical_maxPhong_, check that link I gave and it will tell you for every app.01:21
HyperShockPhong_, what on Windows will you think that you will be missing on Ubuntu?01:21
Phong_i'm checking01:21
critical_maxHyperShock beat me to it, I see. :)01:21
terry_!vb | Phong_01:21
Phong_HyperShock, missing alot...01:21
Salih-kItunes :)01:21
Belial`or 90% of today's top games.01:22
Phong_windows has probably more apps then ubuntu01:22
Belial`sorry, 99%.01:22
PaPaYacan i use radvd in ubuntu to setup a DHCPv6 server?01:22
Belial`also, optimus.01:22
Belial`which is the future of laptops01:22
Belial`that's missing.01:22
Phong_brb01:22
itaylor57!ot01:22
ubottu#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!01:22
kerneloops_take look at my alsamixer http://i56.tinypic.com/2rxzpdf.jpg http://i55.tinypic.com/2hptw1u.png01:23
haqe17kerneloops_: lol01:24
opiatewhats the best transcoder for converting avi (divx) to dvd format?01:24
terry_!virtualbox | Phong_01:25
ubottuPhong_: virtualbox is a x86 !virtualizer. A !free edition is available from the package 'virtualbox-ose'. A non-free edition is available at http://virtualbox.org for most Ubuntu releases (help in #vbox) - Setup details at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VirtualBox01:25
fr00gWhere does the default PDF printer print to? What directory01:25
Phong_terry_, why do i need virtualbox?01:25
Salih-kGuys in these day my ubuntu are darken so often what can cause the sudden freezes do you have any claims. Recently i just install kde desktop01:26
Phong_terry_, i have vmware workstation :)01:26
kerneloops_haqe17: why lol?01:26
Logan_!details | Salih-k01:27
ubottuSalih-k: 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 ..."01:27
kerneloops_32 subdevices01:27
terry_Phong_: to run windows inside .... ok, well never mind.  (But you were asking if wine ran most windows apps, I just wanted to make sure you knew about virtualbox)01:27
HyperShockPhong_, virtualbox will allow you to emulate a pc clone inside of your linux os, of which you can install any os on it, probably win xp or vista. then you can have access to all those programs that you will be missing. this will work for most things except the games that use direct(?) stuff.01:27
fr00gWhere does the default PDF printer print to? What directory?01:28
Phong_HyperShock, lol, in fact, i'm using ubuntu on vmware under windows 7 :)01:28
haqe17kerneloops_: dunno.01:28
Salih-kI am using 10.10 maverick. I just use pidgin at the same time browsering01:28
kerneloops_SOUND WORKING SOUND WORKING SOUND WORKING SOUND WORKING SOUND WORKING SOUND WORKING SOUND WORKING SOUND WORKING01:28
Phong_terry_, and HyperShock , my Motherboard support virtualization...is that meant good for vmware?01:28
critical_maxkerneloops_, woot01:28
terry_fr00g: Not sure we understand your question...01:28
dfhHyperShock, emulate again... it's virtualize <-- not the same thing01:28
kerneloops_terry_: you are my hero :)01:28
Phong_terry_, i have it enabled in the BIOS01:28
critical_maxkerneloops_, was it pulseaudio that solved it?01:28
fr00gUm, what's the output directory?01:29
Salih-kAnd my system is also quite enough to handle such simple burdens01:29
DasEiPhong_: vt-x ? yes is fine for vbox01:29
terry_kerneloops_: Thank you.... :)01:29
kerneloops_terry_: im gonna pulseaudio to see if it keeps playing without it01:29
Phong_DasEi, i said i have motherboard support virtualization ..and i did enabled it...meant good right?01:29
DasEiyes, phong01:30
kerneloops_terry_: what is your bet?01:30
kerneloops_remove pulseaudio* sorry01:30
Blue1fr00g: it places the file in your home directory:  ~/output.pdf01:30
terry_fr00g: ls -ltr01:31
Phong_can anyone tell me what ubuntu good about....like what have you use it for?01:32
HyperShockfr00g: my cups-pdf has been placing the documents ~/pdf/01:32
Phong_i'm in the learning process..01:32
terry_Phong_: It would be a lot easier to tell what we don't use it for.01:32
Phong_terry_, the only one thingk i knew is, it can't play games.01:33
Phong_most games are for windows.01:33
terry_Phong_: Why can't you play games?01:33
LittleRedPhong: I use it for everything from code development to listening to music01:33
Phong_because not many games are for linux.01:33
th0r!ot01:33
ubottu#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!01:33
Phong_sorry ot01:33
Phong_lol01:33
Phong_brb then01:33
b1llyif i try to install a LAMP package with apache and php already installd is it gunna bug out01:33
terry_Phong_: Oh... well, you could have fooled me.01:33
HyperShockPhong_, I use it for Business such as creating Spreadsheets, Documents, Invoices, Surfing the Internet, Watching HULU.com, p2p, playing flash based games, some online games, offline games, web design, etc. Only I don't worry about getting infected, only have to worry about hackers. ;)01:34
Phong_no virii?01:34
terry_Phong_: No virii01:34
Phong_well, i dont have virii on my pc too01:34
HyperShockyes, no virii, no malware, no spybots01:34
Phong_i dont do weird stuff. so no virii for pc as well for me.01:35
th0rit does seem to attract trolls though01:35
terry_Phong_: Do you run anti-virus software on your MS Windows OS?01:35
HyperShockyeah but you have to waste valuable cpu resources on protection software.01:35
Phong_nope01:35
Phong_it's slow down pc01:35
Phong_i never use AV at all01:35
HyperShockdo you frequently scan with malwarebytes, or some other tool?01:35
Phong_none01:35
Phong_i dont need it. cause i dont install weirds apps01:35
terry_Phong_: Oh, well, you are very lucky.  How long has the OS been up and running (and connected to the internet)?  And do you use it much?01:35
HyperShockyou need to call the Guiness Book of World Records and register yourself.01:36
Phong_i've used it alot...everydays01:36
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dfhor you are already rooted/backdoored and don't know about it :(01:36
Phong_never have a malware or virii ever.01:36
kerneloops_terry_: ok no pulseaudio no sound01:36
kerneloops_:x01:36
* HyperShock agrees with dfh, he has no idea what he has doesn't even check for the stuff.01:36
Phong_HyperShock, seriously, how can you get infected if you don't do anything weird.01:37
b1llyif i install the lamp package with apache2 and php5 already installed, is it gunna bug out?01:37
terry_Phong_: Keep using it then.  And keep up the optomism, you're doing a very good job of convincing yourself that you have a secure platform.  (Don't think any of the others are all that convinced.  I'm sure not.)01:37
terry_I know better01:37
LittleRedPhong: do you know what cookies are?01:37
dfhPhong_, drive by downloads even legit sites get hijacked, browsing with IE, vulnerable flash, java, pdf is all it takes01:38
Phong_really01:38
terry_LittleRed: Might as well drop it.  We have saddled a dead horse.01:38
LittleRedterry: yeah I'm starting to realize that... oh well not my biz01:39
Phong_fine01:39
Phong_i'll erase windows and install ubuntu as native then01:39
Phong_how about that01:39
terry_Phong_: That is a pretty good idea.01:39
th0rplease don't feed the troll guys01:39
Phong_stop saying troll01:39
Phong_god darm it01:39
HyperShockdon't do it because we don't agree with you, try what I suggested first.01:39
Phong_i'm serious01:39
ActionParsnipterry_: mac used to be "virus free" until it got big ;)01:39
LittleRedth0r: yeah... I'm thinking that fits01:39
Phong_ok thanks guy01:39
Phong_i'll install ubuntu as native01:39
Phong_bye01:39
FloodBot1Phong_: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.01:39
terry_ActionParsnip: Is that right?01:40
terry_ActionParsnip:  how so?01:40
terry_ActionParsnip: Where did you get your information?01:40
HyperShockActionParsnip, what makes you think Macs get infected?01:41
kerneloops_ActionParsnip: and thanks to you because without pulseaudio it doesnt play audio :P01:41
dfhActionParsnip means by virus trojan I presume...01:41
infidwhat's a good way to record my voice on a microphone to an mp3 in ubuntu?01:41
dfhthe "malware" on OS x still asks for the admin password after you clicked on it...01:41
x_how do I disable auto spin down of my usb 1tb drive in ubuntu maverick01:41
critical_maxinfid: Audacity :D01:42
gudmundAudacity agreed01:42
infidthanks01:42
critical_maxinfid: ask me if you have questions after installing it. make sure recording options are set with the input device you want. turn your sliders down before hitting record. way down.01:42
infidok01:43
critical_maxinfid: stop by the sound controls too in the tray, make sure the mic is on and up01:43
infidthe audacity of hop01:43
infide01:43
amh345i'm trying to setup ssl on apache. i keep getting this error "[warn] RSA server certificate CommonName (CN) `www.blahblah.com'  does NOT match server name!?"  is this specific to the apache config or is it an issue with a cert?01:43
ActionParsnipdfh: a virus is defined as a self replicating thing, hoaxes are passed between users and are classed as viruses01:43
HyperShockI found this about max http://www.spamlaws.com/mac-virus.html 2008 is the date. The only reason I think it even happened at all is because of the closed source nature of everything OS X and iWhatever.01:43
critical_maxamh345: that's because your server name doesn't match, it's in the apache config01:43
critical_maxamh345: make it match the cert on the server side01:44
DasEix_:check man hdparm (carefully)01:44
charlesnowhen will firefox 4 be available for ubuntu 9.10 (still supported until April)01:45
th0r!ff401:45
ubottuFirefox 4 is the current stable version of Firefox. Current versions of Ubuntu do not have it (see !latest), but there is an unofficial and unsupported PPA that you can use by running the following command: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install firefox01:45
HyperShockActionParsnip, so Microsoft word documents and the like would be "hoaxes"?01:46
amh345critical_max: oh. ok. i added ServerName www.blah.com and it got rid of the error.  now it appears to just be hanging on connecting to www.blah.com01:46
x_DasEi, says apm level not supported.01:46
kerneloops_ActionParsnip: do I need all the pulseaudio packages or just pulseaudio-utils?01:46
charlesnothanks ubottu, where are you from?01:46
kerneloops_LOL01:47
th0ramh345: try adding www.blah.com to /etc/hosts01:47
critical_maxamh345, Excellent, now you can start watching "tail -f /var/log/apache2/error.log" and access.log on the server.01:47
HyperShockcharlesno, ask it ASL. LOL01:47
critical_maxamh345, yeah check that dns is resolving at all01:47
ActionParsnipHyperShock: http://antivirus.about.com/od/macintoshresource/p/oompa.htm01:47
DasEix_:might get unlucky with that model then, maybe try a tool from the manufacturer under wine if no linux one there01:47
amh345critical_max: dns is definitely resolving. it's working on port 8001:47
Logan_!whatareyou | charlesno01:47
dfhActionParsnip, I'm aware of that. My point was the only malware that is risky for users of OS X right now are trojans distributed on p2p (keygens, cracks for Office, iWork etc), they are non-replicating01:47
critical_maxamh345, to the error logs then01:48
DasEix_smartmontools another way01:48
DasEi!info smartmontools01:48
ubottusmartmontools (source: smartmontools): control and monitor storage systems using S.M.A.R.T.. In component main, is optional. Version 5.39.1+svn3077-1ubuntu1 (maverick), package size 422 kB, installed size 1016 kB01:48
Logan_!what | charlesno01:49
ubottucharlesno: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)01:49
kerneloops_How can I reset alsamixer settings? need to know01:49
critical_maxamh345, just to make sure you can also ping your.site.com to make sure it's resolving. maybe restart browser. you know. :P01:49
charlesnoyou are intelligent01:49
kerneloops_sudo alsa-utils restart ?01:49
amh345critical_max: error.log and access.log is giving me nothing.  oh boy01:49
DasEi!brain  charlesno01:49
kerneloops_charlesno: chat with ubottu /query ubottu01:49
DasEi!brain | charlesno01:50
ubottucharlesno: Hi! I'm #ubuntu's favorite infobot, you can search my brain yourself at http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi | Usage info: http://ubottu.com/devel/wiki/Plugins | Bot channels and general info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Bots01:50
amh345oh, wait. maybe 443 is not open!01:50
charlesnowhat are the odds I will encounter problems in upgrading to 10.04 from 9.10? are problems common? that is what is holding me back from upgrading to the newer versions. my laptop is also not very advanced01:50
HyperShockkerneloops_, try sudo alsa-utils reset01:50
critical_maxamh345, sudo apachectl configtest?01:51
amh345critical_max: that returns Syntax OK01:51
soreaucharlesno: To guarantee a smooth transition, backup your files and install fresh from a live session01:52
HyperShockcharlesno, uh, eh, well, the only problem i had on occasions was sound knocking out and a simpling using alsa-utils to unmute channels fixed that and another time my broadcom wireless went to bye bye land and so i hand to hardwire to the router to reinstall the driver.01:52
critical_maxcharlesno, please read "upgrading" in https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LucidLynx/ReleaseNotes for details for your situation01:52
mnajemhi01:52
tbruff13hey i need help with ffmepg how do i know if i am getting the one from the mediubuntu repository aka the unrestricted one or not01:52
mnajemany1 knows any ftp client that supports FTPES other than filezilla?01:52
soreautbruff13: What are you trying to do?01:52
ActionParsniptbruff13: apt-cache policy ffmpeg01:52
soreau! ftp | mnajem01:52
ubottumnajem: FTP clients: Nautilus (Places -> Connect to server), gFTP, FileZilla (for !GNOME); Konqueror, Kasablanca, KFTPGrabber (for !KDE); FireFTP (for Firefox); ftp, lftp (for !cli) - See also !FTPd01:52
kerneloops_HyperShock: found the solution here http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?s=aa3fe78c9860c4f25adfb0ce4e3b2477&p=9199516&postcount=201:52
critical_maxamh345, are any other certs working on the server or is this your prototype ssl setup01:52
HyperShockcharlesno, however, you waited this long, 11.04 is due out soon01:53
tbruff13install unrestricted version of ffmpeg soreau01:53
tbruff13with all formats01:53
x_DasEi1, actually its the file /sys/bus/usb/devices/1-4/power/autosuspend and change 2 to 1 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=940107101:53
soreautbruff13: Have you installed ubuntu-restricted-extras?01:53
DasEicharlesno: can't be predicted , just do it, if problems, detail and ask then (was disconnected a sec)01:54
tbruff13yes but ffmpeg is handicapped on certain formats unless downloaded from the mediubuntu repository01:54
tbruff13is this correct01:54
critical_maxDasEi: well a few issues can be predicted for example "Intel 8xx X freezes/crashes" from the link I gave01:54
DasEitbruff13: if medibuntu repo is enabled, itt will come from there01:54
Dwade09hey guys when i close my laptop lid then reopen it, my touchpad goes crazy the mouse flies around the screen and does right and left click, and takes a few seconds to 5 minutes sometimes i have to shut down and reboot the hard way just to make it stop, how do i fix this?01:55
tbruff13the repsoitory is enabled but it is not coming from there01:55
x_DasEi1, actually its the file /sys/bus/usb/devices/1-4/power/autosuspend and change 2 to 1 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=9401071 I think you were off when I posted this before. Im just wondering if I have to reboot now or not.01:55
charlesnoI see01:55
kerneloops_What is the difference between "sudo invoke-rc.d alsa-utils restart" and sudo service alsa-utils restart" ?01:55
tbruff13tbruff13@tbruff13-laptop:~$ apt-cache policy ffmpeg01:55
tbruff13ffmpeg:01:55
tbruff13  Installed: (none)01:55
tbruff13  Candidate: 4:0.6-2ubuntu601:55
tbruff13  Version table:01:55
FloodBot1tbruff13: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.01:55
tbruff13     4:0.6-2ubuntu6 001:55
DasEicharlesno: on certain hardware or certain setups, yes, but it can't be answered in the wild, often nno problems, else need facts01:55
charlesnoI mean, what are the dangers of staying where I am now, will it just be the fact that things wont be supported and updated?01:55
Tom__I like in natty nawhal how pressing the windows key brings up the search field from unity;  Guessing that this pretty much makes gnome-do redundent01:56
critical_maxamh345, reason i ask is the next step i'd take is comparing it to a working config side by side. there can be a lot of idiosyncracies with different people's apache configs. So if you have another on that server, it could be instructive to compare them...01:56
charlesnoI think I want to stay on 9.10 for a few more months until I am finished with classes and can afford an external harddrive01:56
tbruff13hello01:56
kerneloops_hello tbruff1301:56
amh345critical_max: this is my first ssl on this server.  i found that my firewall wasnt open to 443. now it is and it's hitting the site. of course im getting another error.01:56
sacarlsoncharlesno: if it works don't fix it01:56
DasEicharlesno: go to 10.04 least as it's lts, support for is mostly assuming current release01:57
critical_maxamh345, good, that one should be in error.log :)01:57
DasEi!LTS01:57
ubottuLTS 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)01:57
tbruff13okay this is what i get when i run apt-cache policy ffmpeg01:57
i11s0u1hello everybody, first timer on an IRC here.01:57
DasEii11s0u1: welcome01:57
charlesnoi guess i will try and upgrade sometime this summer01:57
rweneed some help, i just edited my xorg.conf and now ubuntu wont boot, is there a way to undo what i just did?01:57
DasEicharlesno: shouldn't be a great deal, just go ahead01:57
amh345critical_max: yup! woohoo. error log got it.   Invalid method in request \x16\x03\x0101:57
critical_maxamh345, this point is where it's nice to have a "screen" session or at least a couple of terminal windows, with tail -f running on those logs01:57
tbruff13http://paste.ubuntu.com/585147/01:57
i11s0u1DasEi: thanks01:57
charlesnothanks for help all01:58
critical_maxamh345, sounds like fun.01:58
charlesnoi will miss you ubottu01:58
amh345critical_max: yeah, thanks for that tail -f tip. i've got them all open in terminal.  muuuch faster01:58
tbruff13so if you can help me please do because this command says it is still coming from the ubuntu repository01:58
DasEirwe : yes, ctrl+alt+F1 > sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg && sudo service gdm restart01:58
critical_maxamh345, you can get the same behavior with "less", hit shift+F with less opoen01:58
tbruff13soreau, hello01:59
amh345it's going to be a long night. hah01:59
soreautbruff13: hi01:59
astleyi am trying to install a driver or something that will allow me to use the Logitech Dual Action controller01:59
tbruff13can you help me please01:59
b1llyi installed phpmyadmin via sudo apt-get install and i followed the instuctions and it tells me to goto localhost/phpmyadmin but when i go there it says 404 not found01:59
DasEiastley: tarball ?01:59
soreaurwe: Remove xorg.conf. The default should be sane to start X01:59
rweDasEi the xorg.conf was empty before i edited it02:00
tbruff13http://paste.ubuntu.com/585147/ that pastebin says the repository is coming from the wrong source why?02:00
astleyDasEi: come again? what do you mean?02:00
critical_maxtbruff13, what are you trying to do? apt-cache just says it's not installed from apt.02:00
rwesoreau whats the command for delete?02:00
soreauastley: How does the controller connect?02:00
DasEirwe : yes, ctrl+alt+F1 > sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg && sudo service gdm restart , or delete it just from the commandline, then restart gdm02:00
soreaurwe: sudo rm /etc/X11/xorg.conf02:00
astleyDasEi: usb02:00
rwetyty02:00
Seven_Six_Twoare there any code::blocks masters in this channel? If there are, would you mind joining #codeblocks for a quick question?02:00
DasEiastley: *tar.bz file ?02:00
padeekinsI've got a question about remapping my keyboard, am I in the right room?02:00
soreauastley: I asked you that02:00
tbruff13critical_max, im trying to install ffmpeg from the mediubuntu repository not the ubuntu one02:01
soreauastley: Can you post the line from the output of 'lsusb' for the device?02:01
astleysoreau: okay?02:01
DasEiastley: do you already have the driver ?02:01
critical_maxtbruff13, you have updated your available sources since installing the medibuntu source?02:01
tbruff13wait maybe not sorry02:01
sacarlsonb1lly: maybe try restart apache  sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart02:02
rwethanks for saving my ass soreau and DasEi02:02
tbruff13critical_max, ok02:02
astleysoreau: http://pastebin.com/c5qSn1YA02:02
soreaurwe: no problem02:02
DasEirwe: fine, have fun02:02
rweim trying to get 1024x768 with sis driver02:03
rwe:<02:03
b1llysacarlson: no dice02:03
DasEi!resolution02:03
ubottuThe X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type « sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart » in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution02:03
DasEirwe^02:03
rweill check it out, thanks02:03
b1llyis there a cmd to check to see if phpmyadmin was installd correctly02:03
tbruff13critical_max, the apt cache command is still the same showing from the wrong repository02:03
padeekinswell, I've switched my capslock and control keys using bashrc, but every other time I start my terminal the change toggles... does anyone know of a better way to make this change permanent?02:03
astleysoreau: it doesn't work in games though02:04
critical_maxtbruff13, how did you add the medibuntu repository?02:04
sacarlsonb1lly: what is seen if you just go to http://localhost/02:04
soreauastley: What is the output of 'lsmod|grep joydev' ?02:04
b1llysacarlson "it works!"02:04
tbruff13with a very complicated command under the howtorepo on medibuntu.com02:04
critical_maxtbruff13, that doesn't sound right... hmm... link us the howto02:05
b1llydo i have to copy the phpmyadmin folder to my var/www/ dir?02:05
tbruff13k one sec02:05
astleysoreau: http://pastebin.com/m9NPh5a702:05
padeekinsI suppose I'm better off seeking help in the ubuntu-users or emacs rooms02:05
critical_maxtbruff13, this one? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Medibuntu so far so good if so02:06
soreauastley: Does /dev/input/js0 exist?02:06
sacarlsonb1lly: once I did create a symbolic link but it shouldn't be needed.  lets look at your apache2 config files02:06
astleysoreau: do i cd to that?02:07
critical_maxtbruff13, did you run the command related to adding the repository? (app-install-data-medibuntu package)02:07
soreauastley: No, just do 'ls -l /dev/input/js0'02:07
critical_maxtbruff13, maybe it won't show up without that package installed.02:07
sacarlsonb1lly:  this file /etc/apache2/conf.d/phpmyadmin.conf02:07
b1llysacarlson: how do i restart apache again?02:08
b1llyi just found that i had to actually include phpmyadmin.conf in my apache.conf02:08
soreaub1lly: sudo service apache2 restart02:08
swimmerdude101Wazzzzzzz up?02:08
astleysoreau: http://pastebin.com/TWFuXrUb02:08
soreauastley: apt-get install joystick and run 'jstest /dev/input/js0'02:08
b1llythanks i got it02:09
soreauastley: See if it is working (sounds like it should be)02:09
sacarlsonb1lly: cool02:09
swimmerdude101i have tried alot of distros of linux but ubuntu is the best so far any distros you would recomend?02:09
ActionParsnipswimmerdude101: xpud is pretty sweet imho02:09
soreau! best | swimmerdude10102:09
ubottuswimmerdude101: 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.02:09
critical_maxswimmerdude101, if you want the hard stuff try Debian02:09
ActionParsnipswimmerdude101: if you want hard, try gentoo02:10
kerneloops_Is there a problem to have alsa and pulseaudio installed at same time?02:10
swimmerdude101Ok i'll try that but is it a free distro?02:10
ActionParsnipswimmerdude101: yes02:10
swimmerdude101KK02:10
DasEikerneloops_: no, different things02:10
kerneloops_ok02:11
critical_maxswimmerdude101, or if you want a practical reason to try another distro, learn CentOS or SuSE (RPM based distros)02:11
DasEikerneloops_: alsa is the driver pulse acts like a soundproxy02:11
dfhkerneloops_, it's even required for most things02:11
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tbruff13critical_max, im back can you help02:11
astleysoreau: http://pastebin.com/c7nHk1Hj02:11
swimmerdude101well i use ubuntu for practical02:11
critical_maxtbruff13, link me the howto, i think i found it already though02:11
soreauastley: apt-get INSTALL joystick02:11
holmserI seemed to have screwed up my MBR and now I am unable to boot except from a flash drive.  Anyone feel like walking me through getting me booting again?02:11
tbruff13k02:11
soreauastley: not apt-get joystick02:12
DasEi!grub | holmer02:12
ubottuholmer: grub 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.02:12
soreauastley: sudo apt-get install joystick && jstect /dev/input/js002:12
soreauastley: sudo apt-get install joystick && jstest /dev/input/js002:12
padeekinshello all, anybody know anything about bashrc?02:12
swimmerdude101i like it cause i have been a mac/pc dude all my life i just tryed out linux and fell in love with it!02:12
DasEi holmer: first above link02:12
holmser!grub202:12
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/Grub202:12
tbruff13critical_max,  here http://www.medibuntu.org/repository.php02:12
soreau! anybody | padeekins02:12
ubottupadeekins: 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.02:12
critical_maxtbruff13, ok good. Did you run the second command to add the two packages?02:13
DasEiholmer: you can boot via usb in your sys ?02:13
tbruff13yes02:13
critical_maxtbruff13, I'm not sure you will get what you want until you do that first02:13
critical_maxtbruff13, ok have you run 'sudo apt-get update' again since those packages were installed?02:13
DasEiholmer: you can boot via usb in your sys ? or just in the usb-os ?02:13
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ActionParsnipswimmerdude101: xpud boots in about 3 seconds here on a 2Gb RAM PATA HDD single core 1.6Ghz cpu. Its limited but its elegant02:13
swimmerdude101i'v used cmd comands on windows but do you guys know any termonal comands on linux?02:13
HyperShockpadeekins, first why are you switching the keys and second did you even read the private message i sent you?02:13
padeekinssoreau: I've remapped my keyboard using bashrc, but the mapping toggles with each time I close and open the terminal... can I keep this constant/remap on startup02:14
critical_max!bash | swimmerdude10102:14
astleysoreau: http://pastebin.com/n8RQbBqL02:14
ubottuswimmerdude101: The linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome), K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE), or Menu -> Accessories -> LXTerminal (LXDE). Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal02:14
ActionParsnipswimmerdude101: yes, loads. Terminal is where you type them02:14
tbruff13just did again02:14
swimmerdude101coolness02:14
soreauastley: So you get output when you press buttons on the controller, right?02:14
ActionParsnipswimmerdude101: it has similar power to powershell under windows02:14
swimmerdude101i know how to get to termonel tho02:14
ActionParsnipswimmerdude101: ctrl+alt+t02:14
astleysoreau: no02:14
tbruff13critical_max, yes i just did again02:15
padeekinshypershock, no I didn't, I remapped because I use control too much in emacs to twist my hand02:15
critical_maxtbruff13, maybe a sanity check is in order for the system :) do a "apt-cache search medibuntu" just to make sure you have medibuntu stuff showing02:15
astleysoreau: not in games or anything else02:15
DasEiholmer: you can boot via usb in your sys ? or just in the usb-os ?02:15
soreauastley: When you use the control pad, you should see changes happening while jstest is running02:15
swimmerdude101ok well i g2g my favorite Basket ball team is playing the ncaa but i will neeed some more termonal helpp tomorrow so i'll be back than02:15
astleyone sec02:15
astleysoreau: yes02:16
tbruff13http://paste.ubuntu.com/585152/02:16
soreauastley: jstest stands for joystick test and /dev/input/js0 is the input device node for your controller02:16
critical_maxtbruff13, great02:16
critical_maxtbruff13, my system has no medibuntu and shows nothing02:16
padeekinsdamn, I didn't know the ubuntu chat etiquette was emily post status02:16
tbruff13ok02:16
astleysoreau: then why doesn't it work in game?02:16
soreauastley: Since you see output in jstest, this means the driver is working. Now you just have to convince your game(s) and other apps to use it02:16
tbruff13critical_max, so is it because i have 64 bit system02:16
critical_maxtbruff13, now we are back to the ffmpeg thing. I bet it's in w64codecs but that's just me.02:17
soreauastley: What game are you trying?02:17
astleysoreau: how?02:17
Tom__does natty still use gnome or does unity replace this or is it just a new piece of software which works with gnome?02:17
critical_maxtbruff13, I couldn't say. But you seem to have the repositories working just fine.02:17
astleyit works!02:17
soreauastley: good :)02:17
astleysoreau: sorry02:17
tbruff13critical_max, ok also do you know a good front end for ffmpeg02:17
soreauastley: no problem02:17
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critical_maxtbruff13, i watch movies in VLC02:17
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DasEiTom__: unity, but can have gnome, too #ubuntu+1 right channel02:17
tbruff13critical_max, should i install ffmpeg and w64codecs02:18
* HyperShock is waiting for astley to perform a rick roll02:18
soreauastley: The driver is autoloaded when you plug it under ubuntu and it should work OOTB02:18
critical_maxtbruff13, I don't know what your goal is but it wouldn't hurt.02:18
kerneloops_Ubuntu Desktop warns the user when Restart is needed. How do I know then restarted is needed in Ubuntu Server?02:18
tbruff13k02:18
kerneloops_that*02:18
soreaukerneloops_: Should tell you when you log in from ssh..02:18
soreauprobably when you login02:19
tbruff13critical_max, my goal is to convert to .ogg in the program known as winff02:19
critical_maxkerneloops_, basically you only have to restart to upgrade the kernel. APT will warn you if one is absolutely required, it's really rare.02:19
kerneloops_it does?02:19
DasEikerneloops_: ssh or just see a new kernel, might want look to ksplice to avoid that rebboting02:19
kerneloops_hm02:19
critical_maxtbruff13, ok cool, that codec package must be what brought you to the medibuntu repo then02:19
astleyHyperShock: i get this output when i post fail http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZ5TajZYW6Y\02:20
DasEi!info ksplice | kerneloops_02:20
ubottukerneloops_: ksplice (source: ksplice): Patching live kernel without having to reboot. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.9-2 (maverick), package size 151 kB, installed size 880 kB (Only available for i386 amd64 arm armel)02:20
kerneloops_DasEi: hehe ksplice is too advanced for me02:20
critical_maxksplice is wicked! :O02:20
tbruff13critical_max, yes02:20
tbruff13so ill try it02:20
kerneloops_is that even possible02:21
kerneloops_O.O02:21
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI(BOW) hay all02:21
critical_maxit is now, apparently02:21
Skyggen#ubuntu-dk-snak02:21
dfhanyone using ksplice here? it's always getting mentioned but I have yet to see a single user02:21
kerneloops_critical_max: my doubt is .. does it have the same effect as rebooting02:21
tbruff13critical_max, should i donwload winff from repository or website02:21
soreaukerneloops_: You can even swap the entire kernel without rebooting02:22
DasEikerneloops_: yes works, I have it on two machines for over a year now02:22
critical_maxkerneloops_, I'm sure the ksplice docs address that in detail.02:22
critical_maxtbruff13, general advice is repo unless upstream (website/whatever) has a feature you MUST have02:22
soreaukerneloops_: kexec I think it's called02:22
kerneloops_link for guide02:23
kerneloops_?02:23
soreaukerneloops_: Here's the wiki page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kexec02:23
tbruff13critical_max, but they have there own repository so ill use it for now02:23
kerneloops_https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEnj3ilPCqc02:23
critical_maxtbruff13, using their repo is also better than a tarball or deb from the website, yes.02:24
tbruff13critical_max, thank you can i ask one more question  sorry02:24
critical_maxDasEi, so there's really no reason to reboot a Linux server at all now huh, except for testing recovery from UPS failure?02:24
no--nameis ntfs-3g built into ubuntu?02:25
critical_maxtbruff13, of course02:25
kerneloops_wow Ksplice won a contest02:25
kerneloops_https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhbRyLATEPo&feature=related02:25
DasEicritical_max: right, as most services can be restarted instead, if needed02:25
rwwno--name: yes02:25
no--nameok02:26
tbruff13critical_max, do you know of any program other than the one that came with ubuntu and unetbootin to create live usbs i want something that boots like unetbootin but has persistance02:26
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIping02:26
critical_maxDasEi: I had some very silly long uptimes on Etch systems. I don't like rebooting. I will check out Ksplice.02:26
soreautbruff13: You can just install to a usb from a live cd02:26
no--nameso ntfs-3g is what handles NTFS drives by default? (you don't have to use some special option)?02:26
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIping me02:26
DasEioOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI: pong02:27
tbruff13soreau,  i dont want to use the slow defult client02:27
critical_maxtbruff13, try just installing ubuntu to a usb stick then.02:27
soreautbruff13: What do you mean?02:27
critical_maxsoreau said it first. :)02:27
kerneloops_Ksplice explantion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a22T27rU4b0 :)02:27
soreaucritical_max: win ;)02:27
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIyeah use USB installer02:27
critical_maxTrueCrypt that sucker while you're at it.02:28
soreaucritical_max: Hmm, probably not a bad idea...02:28
tbruff13soreau, the startup disk creator is too slow at booting so i want to try another program02:28
tbruff13i want to install to a usb stick this is why i want the other program02:28
critical_maxtbruff13, you can install to a usb stick with the regular installer cd02:28
critical_maxjust choose it as the destination02:28
soreautbruff13: Just boot a live cd, insert the usb and partition it as you would any other drive02:29
critical_maxof course your BIOS must be configured to boot from USB02:29
tbruff13how02:29
kerneloops_DasEi: is ksplice easy to use ?02:29
gervais!test02:29
ubottuYou're testing my patience!02:29
kerneloops_lol02:29
critical_maxtbruff13, getting into bios varies widely, google your make and model of computer + "bios"02:29
b1llyip addr show02:29
b1llywill show my local ip right02:29
tbruff13!test02:29
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIor press F9 or F12 depend on ur PC02:29
tbruff13i know how to use bios02:30
DasEikerneloops_: relatively, too long ago to remember details, but was not more then an hour or so02:30
critical_maxtbruff13, once inside you are looking for 'boot priority' or similar, put usb somewhere before hard drive02:30
soreautbruff13: When you go to install from cd, just choose manual partitioning and select the usb device node, /dev/sdc or whatever in the partitioner02:30
gervaisdoes anyone know anything about making bots, im getting frustrated lol02:30
tbruff13oh02:30
critical_maxand do what soreau said with the cd installer.02:30
blantrc.pl02:30
critical_maxgervais: state your specific subtask and i can try to help02:30
tbruff13oh wow treat my usb as a seprate laptop wow awesome02:30
critical_maxtbruff13: it's just another hard drive to the pc02:31
DasEitbruff13: size of usb ?02:31
tbruff13is 8 gigs enough02:31
soreautbruff13: a portable, mobile drive02:31
DasEiyes02:31
DasEi8 G is fine, tbruff1302:31
soreautbruff13: It would work on as low as 2GB and even much less for some distros02:31
tbruff13critical_max,  and soreau  question i have gotten ubuntu to work at school but i cant get it to connect to the internet i know the password im just having issues it has an all windows and apple laptops on it02:32
DasEidepends, live install = 1gb, but persistant, I's prefer least 4g02:32
DasEiI's*02:32
DasEiI'D02:32
kerneloops_8gb for desktop02:32
critical_maxtbruff13, that will depend heavily on your school, talk to the IT people there. every single setup is different02:32
kerneloops_preference02:32
gervaisIm having trouble with the basics of creating a bot for irc chat, any help would be awesome.02:32
soreaucritical_max++02:33
tbruff13well it works just link my internet at home will simba help02:33
DasEigervais: wrong channel here, ask in #freenode02:33
gervaisok thanks02:33
b1llyhmm02:33
kerneloops_how to get time from terminal?02:33
b1llyso02:33
b1llyi have my apache setup02:33
gervaisjoin #freenode02:33
gervaisoops02:33
b1llyi can connect to it via localhost02:33
tbruff13time02:33
DasEikerneloops_: date02:33
dfhkerneloops_,, date02:33
tbruff13oops02:33
kerneloops_ty02:33
b1llyhowever my friends cant connect to my ip02:33
b1llyeven tho i fwded the ports on my router to this machine02:34
b1llyis there something i did wrong?02:34
DasEib1lly: registered dns ?02:34
jokkWhere are all the programs located (the "program files" of linux)???02:34
tbruff13critical_max, will simba help02:34
b1llyi need a registered dns for them to connect to my IP ADDRESS?02:34
DasEijokk: /usr/bin mainly02:34
soreaukerneloops_: date +%r02:34
critical_maxtbruff13, I don't know what that is. Like I said your best bet is to talk to the IT guys there. I used to deal with school networks in my job and believe me it's a nightmare I don't want to revisit.02:35
dfh!FHS |jokk02:35
ubottujokk: An explanation of how files and directories are organized on Ubuntu, and how they can be manipulated, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LinuxFilesystemTreeOverview  see also: man hier02:35
jokkWIne is messed up and I need to ttoally delete it02:35
critical_maxtbruff13, most school networks are locked down 6 different ways02:35
soreaujokk: rm -rf ~/.wine02:35
DasEib1lly: your server, more comfortable than ip by name, needs it, until you have a static ip02:35
soreaujokk: Then restart and reconfigure it02:35
b1llyDasEi: i do have a static ip tho02:36
DasEioh I see02:36
tbruff13critical_max, ok people bring there windows computers from home and connect why can linux connect on school computer02:36
jokkI type that in command soreau ?02:36
critical_maxtbruff13, I don't know, it varies by every single school, ask your IT guys02:36
DasEib1lly: pm me ?02:36
b1llymaybe i didnt set up my vhost config file right?02:36
tbruff13critical_max, i dont know any suddenlink handles our network02:36
soreaujokk: 'rm -rf ~/.wine' will delete the wine configuration directory from your home folder, effectively resetting it to default02:36
critical_maxtbruff13, there is no limit to the arcane and stupid restrictions placed on school networks. I cannot speculate or help, sorry.02:37
soreaucritical_max: xD02:37
tbruff13ok i get it to work but can you tell does a linux computer look different to a network than a windows one02:37
critical_maxtbruff13, yes02:37
gusgWhen do updates get added to the Ubuntu default repositories? For example, the version of LyX in the repo is 1.6.7, but there have been releases 1.6.9 and 2.0.0rc102:37
jokksoreau: the problem is no progrms are running in wine02:37
tbruff13how02:37
jokksoreau: its likely corrupted02:37
jokksoreau: maybe even a virus02:38
tbruff13critical_max, how02:38
tbruff13sorry02:38
soreaujokk: So remove that directory and try again02:38
HyperShocktrbruff13, you shouldn't be having problems with suddenlink, i'm on their network now.02:38
soreaujokk: If it still doesn't work, ask in #winehq02:38
critical_maxtbruff13, it's complicated. play with "zenmap" on your own network and you will see exactly how, very easily02:38
soreau! wine | jokk02:38
ubottujokk: WINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu02:38
tbruff13okay how do i get zenmap02:38
soreau!info zenmap02:38
ubottuzenmap (source: nmap): The Network Mapper Front End. In component universe, is extra. Version 5.21-1~build1 (maverick), package size 662 kB, installed size 2400 kB02:38
jokksoreau: is the wine directory in the BIN?02:38
soreautbruff13: your package manager, with universe repo enabled02:39
soreaujokk: what?02:39
jokksoreau: where do I delete the wine directory02:39
DayspringDayspring02:39
dfhjokk, the directory is in /home/jokk/.wine02:39
soreaujokk: You mean where do you run that command? In your terminal..02:39
Dayspringhehe02:39
tbruff13jokk, press crtl H to see .wine02:40
joseAwayHello all02:40
jokksoreau: no meant where can I manually delete the folder ...windows style :)02:40
DayspringHello Jopse02:40
DayspringJose02:40
soreaujokk: Nautilus. Places>Home then Ctrl+H and shift+delete it02:40
dfhtbruff13, http://nmap.org/book/osdetect.html02:40
joseAwayI want the fastcgi worker process for my website to start on boot, but it seems like an initscript is too heavy duty for the job02:40
joseAwaywhat should I use?02:40
joseAwayI think cron has an @boot magic keyword, perhaps02:40
ActionParsnipjoseAway: could use /etc/rc.local02:40
critical_maxgusg, what version of ubuntu are you on?02:41
ActionParsnipjoseAway: or @boot as you say, with cron02:41
gusgcritical_max: 10.1002:41
joseAwayActionParsnip: okay, just wondered if that was an uncommon use case for cron. It does seem like the best, since different user accounts will be need to run their own stuff on-boot02:42
critical_maxgusg: the short answer is 'it depends'. but in general if you are not on an LTS release (like 10.04) then you have a good chance of getting those kind of updates eventually. It really depends on the specific package maintainer for Ubuntu (and/or Debian)02:42
gusgcritical_max thanks for the explanation02:42
kerneloops_How do I search for a file in all files and folders?02:42
kerneloops_using termina02:43
kerneloops_l02:43
soreaukerneloops_: locate filename02:43
jon_athonWhat's a good program to resize multiple jpg images on the fly?02:43
critical_maxgusg: feature upgrades to packages do get included, but you'll need to check activity for the specific project you're interested in. sometimes googling for your ubuntu release + project name will turn up discussion of hurdles.02:43
critical_maxgusg: for an LTS you'd just get bugfix upgrades02:43
tbruff13critical_max, how does it work and how do i run it as root02:43
jokkthere is no .wine02:43
critical_maxgusg you're welcome.02:43
DasEikerneloops_: locate after sudo updatedb (time!) find, ls02:43
kerneloops_tried locate02:43
soreaujokk: Then you haven't used wine yet02:44
jokksoreau: I did02:44
jokksoreau: I used a few programs02:44
DasEikerneloops_: initial set database up, but depending on hd takes some time02:44
critical_maxtbruff13, yeah you might want to do that "gksudo zenmap". scanning the network requires root privileges for certain functions02:44
soreaujokk: I guess you have to ask #winehq then02:44
jokksoreau: then it got corrupted02:44
dfhjokk open terminal and type: cd; ls .wine02:44
jokkok02:44
tbruff13critical_max, can this scan for ipods on a network my principal wants a list and can this program do that02:44
jokkdfh: dosdevices  drive_c  system.reg  userdef.reg  user.reg02:45
critical_maxtbruff13, you're doing free IT work for your principal? :O umm yeah it could.02:45
dfhso it's there, now type: rm -r .wine02:45
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIcritical_max : where do u come from?02:45
critical_maxtbruff13, zenmap sees all except what doesn't want to be seen.02:46
jokkdfh: it just goes to another line02:46
jokkin the command dfh02:46
dfhjokk, that was to be expected, you just deleted the folder ;)02:46
tbruff13critical_max, how do i do that i dont know how to use the program02:46
critical_maxtbruff13, might want to search for a how-to02:46
critical_maxit's complicated.02:46
dfhjokk, now try running those exes in wine again02:46
tbruff13critical_max, but now i need to learn fast he has been on my butt for days02:46
jokkdfh: I still see everything in the startup menu02:46
jon_athonWhat's a good program to resize multiple jpg images on the fly?02:47
InphernalHi all, I am using Maverick and just started having a problem with my mouse. I can pick a window and then use it fine, but cannot click outside it to switch windows or even use the close/minimise buttons on the current window. What could be causing this?02:47
jokkdfh: nothing shows up02:47
jokkdfh: but it was doing this before02:47
critical_maxtbruff13, Well now you have the tool for the job. :)02:47
T_N_Thello02:48
dfhjokk, no wine expert sorry, the "startup menu" should be fixed by logging out and back in again02:48
InphernalSeems like right clicking in the current window releases the mouse, but it just gets stuck again in a new window02:48
jokkhmmm lemme try dfh02:48
T_N_TI need some help if anyone is willing02:48
dfh !ask |T_N_T02:49
ubottuT_N_T: 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. :-)02:49
Rickta59ok, so I haven't run linux since slunix .. man what a difference.  I loaded up ubuntu 10.10 and then put macbuntu on top of it... Amazing ! what a diference 15 years makes02:50
T_N_Tsomeone has been sniffing around in my network, "Lan access from remote" and they tried to log into the wlan but they got the password incorrect02:50
InphernalI also cannot Alt-Tab to change windows02:50
T_N_Tit looks like they are port scanning the various computers that are on the network to find an open port02:50
T_N_Tall I can see is the mac address of the intruder02:50
InphernalDo you get an option to blacklist?02:50
critical_maxRickta59, wow 15 years!! no kidding... welcome back.02:50
Rickta59thanks critical_max02:51
dfhT_N_T, are there any open ports you worry about?02:51
soreaucritical_max: 15 years since what?02:51
T_N_Twell UPNP is enable because of the Xbox 36002:51
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIcritical_max : what's the best external network tools for maverick?02:51
critical_maxsoreau, since Rickta59 used linux02:51
Rickta59since the last time I was running linux as my regular desktop02:51
T_N_Tthats all I know about dfh02:51
soreaucritical_max: Oh right, what a difference today makes ;)02:51
jokkgentoo all the way02:51
critical_maxoOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI, tools for what purpose?02:52
ray24Does anyone use banshee to sync music?02:52
dfhT_N_T, UPNP implies you are behind a router, where are they scanning you - within the network or are they scanning the router?02:52
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIcritical_max : for port scan, netstat, etc02:52
critical_maxoOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI, what is your goal? if you're monitoring, you should be using a monitoring package like Nagios or (pick your favorite)02:53
dfhT_N_T, sudo netstat -antup will tell you what's listening on what ports02:53
critical_maxoOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI, mon is a nice simpler monitor02:53
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIcritical_max : monitoring n defense from intrudder02:53
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIcritical_max : is nagios a package from ubuntu or external appl02:55
FloodBot1!netsplit02:55
ray24what just happened?02:55
dfh^^ ???02:55
dfhoOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI, IDS, snort, nmap, wireshark, fail2ban?02:55
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI critical_max : is nagios a package from ubuntu or external appl02:55
critical_maxoOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI, I have had great experience with "mon" (simple) and "Nagios" (complex) for monitoring. if you want to poke your systems for holes start with nmap02:55
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiILOL all the bot drop02:55
Logan_!netsplit | ray2402:55
ubotturay24: 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/Netsplit02:55
critical_maxoOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI, nagios is an external package. "mon" has a much much lower learning curve, for what it's worth.02:56
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIcritical_max : could u give me a link for that?02:56
critical_maxoOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI, and there are probably other options that i'm not considering02:56
critical_max*definitely02:56
critical_maxfirst hit in google.02:56
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIok then02:56
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIi'd better looking on google02:56
critical_maxit's a major software ... :) will have no trouble with docs and support.02:57
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiIthanks a lot bro02:57
critical_maxsure thing, don't forget to set up mon while you're working on a nagios config for the next week ;)02:57
phoenixsamprasHELP!!02:57
Logan_!ask | phoenixsampras02:57
ubottuphoenixsampras: 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. :-)02:57
oOOIiIiI_UTD_IiI;) sure02:57
jokkwhat do you press to terminate window02:58
phoenixsamprasi cant login with any other than mine, using LDAP, why so?02:58
soreaujokk: Alt+F402:58
ray24Can i disable those notifications?02:58
jokkin ubuntu02:58
jon_athonray24, yes02:58
jokksoreau: also in ubuntu?02:58
dfhjokk, yes also in ubuntu (gnome, kde, other wms...)02:59
atha__me too :)02:59
jokkis there something stronger? there is something not closing with anything here02:59
jokkwhats the other thing you press02:59
soreaujokk: try it :)02:59
jokkshift Z or something?02:59
wesleyI need help, new user trying to solve issue02:59
jokksoreau: I did03:00
jokkits not closing03:00
soreau! ask | wesley03:00
ubottuwesley: 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. :-)03:00
soreaujokk: What is the window?03:00
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jokksoreau: its a stupid wine application03:01
soreaujokk: Try running 'killall wine'03:01
lxdok03:01
kerneloops_netsplit03:01
wesleyOn my gateway Lt31 i am having trouble where the screen becomes pixilated and blured, doesn't freeze but become un useable03:02
soreauwesley: What graphics card is it from the output of 'lspci|grep VGA'?03:02
InphernalAAnarchyy03:02
InphernalI've just recently begun to have a problem with my mouse. I can use it  normally in one window, but it will not click outside of this window. I  cannot use the title bar buttons either. It seems like right clicking  "frees" the mouse, but then it just gets stuck in the next window I  open.03:03
wesleyAti graphics03:03
Nzaw4hi guys03:03
stojabreakhi03:03
lxdhi03:04
soreauwesley: What is the output of 'lspci|grep VGA' from your terminal?03:04
ayrton_guys in only have 296 fps when i type glxgears in terminal, intel gma4500m, in mint it was 2500, how do i fix this03:05
ohzieHey when I hit the apostrophe key on netbook remix, it does this to letters: é instead of making an apostrophe. I have to hit the apostrophe key twice to make it act proper. Does anyone know where the setting is to change this?03:05
Nzaw4I have a question03:06
BentFranklinohzie: You might change your locale to US.  Some systems implement the ' procedure to allow input ot Latin characters03:06
soreau! ask | Nzaw403:06
Nzaw4lets say my conky crashed or is giving me a memoery leak, i kill it in system monitor, then i iopen terminal and type conky.. it opens, but when i close the terminal window it also closes... how do i execute a command to open a program in terminal, but be able to close that window?03:06
ubottuNzaw4: 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. :-)03:06
wesley01:05.0 VGA Compatible controller: ATI Technologies Inc RS690M [Radeon X1200 Series]03:07
stojabreaki have a problem with all distros ;( , in log , i can view the next message " CE: hpet3 increased min_delta_ns to 7500 nsec "03:07
soreauwesley: Can you post a screenshot of the problem to picpaste.com?03:07
wesleyyeah ill just take a pic.03:07
soreauwesley: Post a screenshot using the print screen button. We need to see if it shows up in a screnshot03:08
suleymannaber03:08
suleymangood nights03:09
DannyKitty!away03:09
ubottuYou should avoid noisy away messages and -nicks in a busy channel like #ubuntu, or other Ubuntu channels; it causes excessive scrolling which is unfair to new users. Use the command "/away <reason>" to set your client away silently.  See also «/msg ubottu Guidelines»03:09
mohamedhi evrybody03:09
wesleythis problem renders the computer unreadable, wont be able to with the laptop itself03:09
suleymanhi03:09
stojabreakif everyhone knows the problem " CE: hpet3 increased min_delta_ns to 7500 nsec " please , tell me :=)03:10
heliosHell can someone please help me with changing a file name in my usr directory?03:10
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wesleyit happens with the mail account when i try to resize the email, also happens sometime within firefox03:10
tbruff13critical_max, how would i scan all devices on a network what starting ip or target do you use with zenmap comeon throw me a bone you know how hard it is to find a howto or video03:10
DasEihelios: sure03:11
ohziehelios: why do you need to change it? :(03:11
DasEihelios: sudo mv OldName NewName03:11
heliosIt's a bug in the game03:11
the_corehi03:11
DasEihelios: and cd there before, oc03:11
heliosalright hold on03:11
the_coreI messed up my laptop good hehe anyone have a few minutes to attempt to save me?03:12
XubuntuKrisDoes Compiz work the same with Xubuntu as it does with Ubuntu? Since none of the 52 people in #xubuntu will answer my question.03:13
DasEithe_core: details ?03:13
soreauthe_core: start explaining how the problem happened03:13
DasEiXubuntuKris: yes03:13
[1]JakeDoes anyone here have a system using the Geforce GT 330M by Nvidia03:13
XubuntuKriswell it doesn't seem to be working correctly03:13
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DasEiXubuntuKris: which graphics ?03:14
soreauXubuntuKris: Compiz only requires a working X session and 3D drivers, regardless if there is a DE running or not03:14
XubuntuKrisI've enabled Desktop Cube and the Rotate Cube functions, and they aren't activating like they should03:14
soreauXubuntuKris: What is the output of ps ax|grep compiz ?03:14
XubuntuKrisoutput?03:14
XubuntuKrisin terminal?03:14
DasEiyes03:14
soreau! who | XubuntuKris03:15
ubottuXubuntuKris: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)03:15
the_coretoshiba satelite l655 laptop,came with win 7 home premium..I tried to install ubuntu 10.10 and it installed ok but I get the black screen of death as I like to call it..it looks like the terminal only full screen03:15
wesleyok ive uploaded the pic03:15
DasEithe_core:busybox or terminal ?03:15
soreauwesley: post the link to the pic here03:16
the_corenot sure03:16
the_corewhats the diff.?03:16
[1]JakeSyele  How is your windstream service workign for you?03:16
the_coreok it asks for my login and password03:16
wesleyhttp://picpaste.com/screenshot-B00yMx54.png03:16
syrinx_DasEi: if he didn't know how to ask the question he wouldn't know what a busybox or a terminal is03:16
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DasEithechef: busybox there you got a box saying blahblah dropping to a limited shell03:17
[1]JakeLOL Apparently not well.03:17
DasEithe_core: busybox there you got a box saying blahblah dropping to a limited shell03:17
niccoliHey all, I'm having a problem with one of my old PS/2 Ball mice not working when I start up my ubuntu, seems to be only that mouse since I can use my laser PS/2 just fine03:17
kerneloops_alsamixer: simple.c:160: snd_mixer_selem_get_id: Assertion `(elem)->type == SND_MIXER_ELEM_SIMPLE' failed03:17
XubuntuKriswas talking to soreau, sorry03:17
DasEithechef: sry, nick-miss03:18
syrinx_the_core: press ctrl+alt+f703:18
XubuntuKristrying to google some things as well03:18
DasEisyrinx_: he gets no x at all03:18
etzerdhello all03:18
etzerd?03:18
[1]JakeHello etzerd03:18
etzerdwhen the new version will be release03:18
[1]JakeApril 28TH03:18
DasEi!natty03:18
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.03:18
etzerdhello jake03:18
etzerdthanks Jake03:19
the_coreit logs ok but then it now says reedy@reedy-satelite-l655:~$03:19
XubuntuKrisWhat was that command soreau?03:19
[1]Jake35 Days from now03:19
soreauXubuntuKris: ps ax|grep compiz|grep -v grep03:19
DasEithe_core: looks better, that's terminal03:19
[1]Jakeetzerd LOL  If you can't tell I am counting03:19
bobbieanyone know why my IRC connections might be lagging out *only* on the ubuntu machine and not the other machine on my lan?03:19
the_coreafter a few attempts to do anything the whole screen goes black..no text nothing and I have to shut down03:19
etzerdbecause I have a new Sony VAIO laptop the version 10.10 doesn't have the driver for the Nvidia and the wireless card. I believe the new version will.03:19
XubuntuKrisIt just returns to the $ prompt soreau03:20
[1]JakeWhich nvidia video card are you running?03:20
niccoliHey all, I'm having a problem with one of my old PS/2 Ball mice not working when I start up my ubuntu, seems to be only that mouse since I can use my laser PS/2 just fine. . . .anyone?03:20
DasEithe_core: was the box inet when you installed ?03:20
DasEion*03:20
brophatanyone notice that the rt2860/rt3090 wireless is a bit flaky on ubuntu?03:20
soreauXubuntuKris: That means compiz is not running. Try starting it with this command and pastein the output if it does not work: compiz --replace & disown03:21
[1]Jakeniccoli:  Have you verified it works on another machine using a diff os03:21
the_corewhat do you mean "on it"?03:21
etzerdNvidia GT 425M03:21
DasEithe_core: was it online ?03:21
the_coreno connection03:21
niccoli[1]Jake: yes, used it on my windows 7 32 bit machine just half an hour ago03:21
the_coreit worked fine with windows03:22
DasEithe_core: got a live cd ?03:22
the_coreyes03:22
XubuntuKrisWARNING: Application calling GLX 1.3 function "glXCreatePixmap" when GLX 1.3 is not supported!  This is an application bug!03:22
syrinx_the_core: did you install the server edition?03:22
XubuntuKrisCouldn't find a perfect decorator match; trying all decorators03:22
XubuntuKrisStarting gtk-window-decorator03:22
XubuntuKris(gtk-window-decorator:6444): GConf-CRITICAL **: gconf_client_set_string: assertion `val != NULL' failed03:22
XubuntuKrisWindow manager warning: Failed to load theme "Clearlooks": Failed to find a valid file for theme Clearlooks03:22
ChapterNZim having troubles with my networkmanager ; when i wake my laptop from sleeping, sometimes the network (wlan +/ lan) won't reconnect03:22
ChapterNZi have tried restarting the manager + init.d/networking to no avail03:22
XubuntuKriscompiz (cube) - Warn: Failed to load slide: /usr/share/gdm/themes/Human/ubuntu.png03:22
XubuntuKrisWARNING: Application calling GLX 1.3 function "glXDestroyPixmap" when GLX 1.3 is not supported!  This is an application bug!03:22
XubuntuKrisThat was to soreau03:22
syrinx_!pastbin | XubuntuKris03:22
syrinx_!pastebin03:22
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.03:22
[1]Jakeetzerd:  I am running the Nvidia GT 330M with HDMI output and I get the dreaded terminal screen every time.03:22
DasEiyes : so you can chroot from live cd and also check the hd's syslog for additinal infos, from live do an update/GRADE FROM CHROOT03:22
the_coreits Ubuntu netbook 10.1003:23
XubuntuKrisSorry for that guys03:23
etzerdtherefore mine is a newer version03:23
soreauXubuntuKris: That is normal output. If ps ax|grep compiz|grep -v grep shows output, it means compiz is running03:23
[1]Jakeetzerd: Last I heard the 11.04 ran my card fine so maybe yours will work too.  If not watch Nvidia and if they get it working then you may just have to do a binary install.03:23
etzerdhopefully version 11.4 will03:24
XubuntuKrissoreau: well, now all my open windows look messed up...03:24
etzerdthanks03:24
XubuntuKrisI don't know what it did....03:24
[1]Jakeniccoli:  Are both of the computer mice using usb?03:25
jrmcmHow can i find the native resolution for my monitor?03:25
niccoli[1]Jake, No, both mice are PS/203:25
wesleyAny luck?03:25
XubuntuKrisOkay, soreau, ps ax|grep compiz|grep -v grep is showing output now...it wasn't before.03:25
soreauXubuntuKris: Now try cube and other effects03:26
[1]Jakeniccoli:  Ok now that is a wierd one then.  I have only one trackball and it has worked with fedora and ubuntu flawlessly.03:26
XubuntuKrisThey work soreau03:27
the_corereedy03:27
DasEithe_core: I'm not too familiar with nb-edition and it will bedropped , too.. maybe try an lubuntu or xubuntu install with alternate cd on it ?03:27
IraqiIs there channel for Ubuntu on Android?03:27
niccoli[1]Jake, it is yeah, I've tried various solutions from the web and none have helped.03:27
soreauXubuntuKris: great03:27
[1]Jakeniccoli:  You might get lucky and there is some special driver you need for linux.  Have you checked the manufacturers website?03:28
XubuntuKrisNow compiz won't close though soreau03:28
the_corewell I installed it over windows lol so I have to do something03:28
XubuntuKrisnvm, it closed now.03:28
soreauXubuntuKris: You dont want your window manager to cease running because then nothing will be managing your windows!03:28
DasEiXubuntuKris: for compiz some graphics power and ram is needed, and also the card must have 3d cabable drivers03:28
XubuntuKrisI mean the forground User Interface soreau03:29
niccoli[1]Jake, I haven't, but I'm doubtful that an old compaq mouse would have a linux driver.03:29
[1]Jakeniccoli:  Back when I used unix we had to get drivers for the dummest things sometimes.03:29
the_coreis my problem due to not being able to connect to net?03:29
the_coremissing drivers perhaps03:29
niccoli[1]Jake, so just check the website?03:29
[1]JakeI know linux it very different because well most the crap I used to work on unix doesn't work here.  lol03:30
soreauthe_core: When you boot, what happens exactly?03:30
wesleyhttp://picpaste.com/Screenshot-B00yMx54.png03:30
DasEithe_core: idk what is wrong, my idea would be to connect via live cd, then chroot into the hd and try an upgrade03:30
the_coreI get the terminal screen asking me for my log in,then password03:30
XubuntuKrisbrb03:30
[1]JakeWell if it is an old compaq mouse i doubt you will find anything03:30
soreauwesley: What version of ubuntu are you running?03:30
soreau! who | wesley03:30
ubottuwesley: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)03:31
kerneloops_hello03:31
kerneloops_How can I mount USB via terminal03:31
DasEilöle, kerneloops_03:31
soreauthe_core: Did you make sure the image you used is ok? ie. run the md5sum checker verification from the live cd boot menu03:31
[1]Jakeniccoli:  Sorry niccoli.  Wish you were close I probably have a dozen of those I could toss at ya.03:31
DasEikerneloops_: sudo fdisk -l03:31
kerneloops_tried sudo mount /dev/sdb ~/usb03:31
kerneloops_but need type03:32
DasEikerneloops_: device ? .. /dev/sd ?03:32
soreaukerneloops_: sudo mount /dev/sdb1 ~/usb03:32
the_coreno03:32
the_core:(03:32
kerneloops_:)03:32
[1]Jakeniccoli:  Don't know what else to tell ya.03:32
the_coreI have used it before03:32
soreauthe_core: its not too late :)03:32
wesleySoreau Im running Ubuntu 10.10-The Maverick Meerkat03:32
kerneloops_soreau: I missed the number :p03:33
DasEik03:33
niccoli[1]Jake, yeah, I suppose it isn't a huge problem, ordering a new mouse for my windows machine here so the computers can all use mice03:33
[1]JakeSorry03:33
soreauwesley: What is the output of glxinfo|grep renderer ?03:33
soreauwesley: (you have to install mesa-utils first)03:33
kerneloops_linux ftw03:33
soreaukerneloops_: yep03:33
ChapterNZanyone know (or can point me in the right direction) about problems with networkmanager not reconnecting after sleep? EG: computer sleep with lan plugged in, when awake the lan no longer reconnects..03:34
[1]JakeOn a similar note.  Has anyone here gotten the multi-touch IR screens working using the ps2 camera on Linux03:34
kerneloops_"best" way to shutdown is sudo poweroff?03:35
wesleysoreau: is says that the program glxinfo is currently not installed03:35
XubuntuKrisOkay, so a few things went wrong when I used that second compiz command you gave me soreau....things like my minimize maximize and close buttons on windows went big and white and my borders are messed up, and compiz won't work right..03:35
speeqsHey guys. I recently got ubuntu on my hp laptop, however Im having a problem connecting to the Internet apperently because my firmware is missing. i dont doubt that you can get new firmware using the terminal I just dont know how. If anyone could help id greatly appreciate it and sorry for the length :303:35
kerneloops_machine is old03:35
jrmcmHow can i find the native resolution for my monitor?03:35
XubuntuKrisI don't know how else to describe it.03:35
mrdebon the box03:35
soreauwesley: and it tells you exactly how to install it03:35
wesleysoreau: ok ill install03:35
[1]Jakejrmcm:  What is the model of your monitor03:36
soreauXubuntuKris: second compiz command?03:36
dinkerneloops_: poweroff, halt, init 0, they all work fine.03:36
jrmcmJake: Toshiba Sattelite a 50503:36
soreaukerneloops_: shutdown -h now03:36
XubuntuKrisI don't remember what it was, but it ended in "disown" or something like that soreau03:36
mrdeb-h = hurt03:36
soreauXubuntuKris: compiz --replace & disown03:36
kerneloops_the computer keeps turned on hehe but the system shuts down03:36
XubuntuKrissoreau: yes, that one03:37
soreaumrdeb: In this context, it stands for halt03:37
mrdebok soreau03:37
soreauXubuntuKris: It should start a decorator.. try compiz --replace & gtk-window-decorator --replace & disown03:37
mrdebwhat is the diffee from shutdown -h now and halt?03:37
student-9no03:37
soreaumrdeb: For the sake of this channel, there is none03:38
wesleysoreau: OpenGL renderer string: Mesa DRI R300 (RS690 791F0 20090101 NO-TCL DRI203:38
[1]Jakejrmcm:  One moment please03:39
lordcrusaderhowdy ya'll, got a question03:39
lordcrusaderanyone know how to install/run Second life on 10.04 LTS?03:39
XubuntuKrisWill that fix my theme issues and compiz opening it's "advanced search" on it's own about ten seconds after I open compiz soreau?03:39
soreauwesley: Ok, Im going to recommend you upgrade your driver stack with xorg-edgers repo because you are seeing corruption03:39
mrdebwhat does that mean03:39
student-9zz03:40
wesleysoreau: ok so how do i do that03:40
soreauwesley: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install libgl1-mesa-dri-experimental && sudo apt-get upgrade03:40
lordcrusaderhow do you install .tar.bz2 files?03:41
soreauwesley: After its complete, restart X by logging out and come back to show the output of glxinfo|grep renderer again03:41
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wesleyok03:41
soreaulordcrusader: Very carefully03:41
lordcrusaderanyone?03:41
lordcrusaderlol03:41
soreau! compile | lordcrusader03:41
ubottulordcrusader: Compiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first)03:41
joshmclordcrusader: it's probably a source package. You gotta unzip it with archive manager (or tar, if you are adventurous)03:41
lordcrusadergotta speak in lamens terms as well please03:42
student-9kj03:42
joshmclordcrusader: and follow the instructions above ;)03:42
spacenavihelp. some youtube videos don't seem to work03:42
lordcrusaderI have, but I get a "windows creation error"03:42
lordcrusaderI'm running a Radeon ... 9600 I believe is the number........ is that an alright card? And or could be the problem?03:42
[1]Jakejrmcm:  Toshiba user guide says your resolution should be 1366x76803:42
mrdebthe 9600 is a good card03:43
soreaulordcrusader: I have that card.. its decent, especially with the new gallium drivers default in 11.0403:43
the_corewell Ubuntu just started and seems ok but no connection03:43
student-9sdf03:43
XubuntuKrissoreau, it didn't change anything.03:43
student-9hahahhh03:43
lordcrusaderthrough some of the readings though I believe this game is ment for Nvidia cards.......... would it make that much of a difference?03:43
mrdebsoreau: what are the gallium drivers? open ati drivers?03:43
student-22oi03:43
soreaumrdeb: Yes03:44
jrmcm[1]Jake: alright, thx, I was actually wondering if there was a way to find it through ubuntu03:44
student-22sok tahu03:44
rypervencheI was told that using aptitude is better than using apt-get. Is there any place I can learn more about using aptitude? For example, what does the "{a}" mean after a program when I am installing it?03:44
jrmcmbut knowing is good enough. :)03:44
mrdebsoreau: what is the performance hit in percentage when using hte gallium driver vs ati's03:44
soreaumrdeb: Actually, gallium is new code in mesa. The classic mesa driver is currently default03:44
lordcrusaderany ideas on how I could possibly fix the "windows creation error"? and or exactly what it could be meaning?03:45
soreaumrdeb: You dont compare fglrx because it doesnt support older cards03:45
[1]JakeNot a ubuntu expert.  My latest machines don't have drivers supported by linux yet so. :(03:45
the_coreI cannot connect to my wireless:(03:45
soreaumrdeb: Its classic mesa vs gallium. Means opengl 1.5 vs opengl 2.103:45
mrdebwhat about radeon 3850 card03:45
mrdebwhat is the difference there03:45
soreauthe_5th_wheel: why not?03:45
Logan_!my | student-2203:46
ubottustudent-22: bantuan bahasa melayu? sila join #ubuntu-my03:46
soreaumrdeb: fglrx is faster but doesnt support kms which allows the open drivers to have advanced features03:46
mrdebhow much faster03:46
jrmcm[1]Jake: well dang that sucks :( definetly03:46
mrdebi have to know how much. half , third, 10 percent03:46
soreaumrdeb: do your own tests. r600g is being heavily developed03:46
soreaumrdeb: or ask in #radeon03:46
mrdebhasnt anyone tested it03:46
mrdebi want to know before installign the card03:47
soreaumrdeb: #radeon03:47
[1]Jakejrmcm:  Sucks to be me.  I just got a Vostro 3700 with 2 gb video 4 gig ram a quad 2.67 and I cna't even use the damn thing for my linux.03:47
mrdebok03:47
jrmcm[1]Jake: Just wait itll happen eventually03:47
soreaumrdeb: The thing is, open drivers are getting faster all the time, while fglrx is just basically a bunch of the code they use on windoze03:48
[1]Jakejrmcm:  April 28th I am hoping it will work on the new release03:48
XubuntuKrisSo what can I do to fix my theme soreau?03:48
mrdebsoreau: i want something that doesnt suck. the nvidia nouveau driver sucks compared to nvidia's. it's 10 percent03:48
soreauXubuntuKris: Sorry, I thought cube was working?03:48
XubuntuKrissoreau: cube is working, but the visuals of my theme are now screwed up.03:49
[1]JakeGuess nobody answered my ? about homemade ir multi-touch systems.03:50
mrdebhow do you enable the cube03:50
Logan_!compiz | mrdeb03:50
ubottumrdeb: Compiz (compositing window manager), for a howto see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager and more help #compiz03:50
the_corecan someone help me get connected to my net again,windows worked fine with my wireless but Ubuntu ,no connection03:50
soreaumrdeb: Yea, but the thing is, AMD bought ATI, dropped the ATI name in favor of Radeon opened even more hardware specifications and hired kernel developers to work full time on the open driver. Nvidia on the other hand does not release any hardware specs so nouveau must be painstakingly reverse engineered03:50
rypervencheWhat does the {a} mean next to a package name in aptitude? And is it better to use aptitude over apt-get?03:51
soreaumrdeb: Obviously its much easier to program a decent driver with hardware specs than trying to fish around in the dark03:51
fisixhey, does anybody know if it's possible to skin rhythymbox? or perhaps suggest a better-looking dark-themed ubuntu media player?03:51
Logan_!rhythmbox | fisix03:51
ubottufisix: Audio (Ogg, MP3...) players: Audacious, Banshee, Beep Media Player, Listen, Quod Libet, Rhythmbox, Exaile, XMMS2 (GTK/Gnome based) and Amarok, JuK (Qt/KDE based).  Video players: Totem, Xine, MPlayer, VLC, Kaffeine - See also !codecs03:51
wesleyhallsoreau: r300: DRM version: 2.5.0, Name: ATI RS690, ID: 0x791f, GB: 1, Z: 103:51
wesleyhallr300: GART size: 509 MB, VRAM size: 384 MB03:51
wesleyhallr300: AA compression: NO, Z compression: NO, HiZ: NO03:51
wesleyhallOpenGL renderer string: Gallium 0.4 on ATI RS69003:51
Logan_fisix: sorry about that03:52
mrdebsoreau i need to know how much the peformance is03:52
soreauwesleyhall: Cool, now does the problem still happen?03:52
Logan_!pastebin | wesleyhall03:52
ubottuwesleyhall: 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.03:52
soreaumrdeb: #radeon03:52
mrdebno one is answering in radeon03:52
NatSanotovaHi, hoping for some help... I'm installing Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook on my Acer Aspire One D255 and I'm unable to progress past the Who are you screen... I'm parallel installing with windows 7 Home Pro03:52
mrdebNatSanotova: install the regular edition03:53
wesleySoreau: yeah same problem happened again03:53
soreaumrdeb: Test yourself or google or something. r600g is heavily being worked on and you have to be patient in #radeon03:53
[1]JakeNatSanotova:  The acer aspire requires the desktop edition.03:53
NatSanotovaOkay thanks.03:53
soreauwesley: Did it install a new kernel? Did you reboot?03:53
TristantioDoes anyone else's eyes hurt swapping between Windows/Ubuntu?  At first when I went to Ubuntu it was an eyesore, now its opposite, when I rarely boot to windows it hurts my eyes03:54
wesleysoreau: yeah i installed everything you gave me and rebooted03:54
soreauXubuntuKris: The visuals of your theme? Screenshot?03:54
NatSanotovaHow do I cancel the install?03:54
thauriswulfaQUESTION: I Just installed grub again, after xp install  , it installed correctly , but I am unable to login to my account (hint: there's different partition for home)03:54
Logan_!ot | Tristantio03:54
ubottuTristantio: #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!03:54
soreauwesley: Well that was my only idea. Try #radeon or file a bug at bugs.freedesktop.org03:55
vladrandomDoes anyone know how to fix USB ports that wont show up? They worked perfectly fine in windows and now they are gone. lsusb shows nothing.03:55
TristantioThanks ubottu.03:55
the_corecan someone help me get connected to my net again,windows worked fine with my wireless but Ubuntu ,no connection03:55
wesleysoreau: was it a bad install?03:55
[1]JakeNatSanotova:  Do a hard kill and boot from cdrom with desktop03:55
soreauwesley: I dont know. What kernel is reported by uname -r ?03:55
KentrelAnyone have any experience with sharing\syncing data in Outlook in Windows and Evolution in Ubuntu in a dual boot system?03:55
DarkLinuxHas anybody here heard of ¨Blackbuntu¨? A Penetration Testing Distribution based off of Ubuntu 10.1003:55
Tristantiothauriswulfa: Grub 1 does not recognize ext4 unless you specifically set it up to, so if your prior install was ext4 and you did a new install of grub 1 you won't see your ext4 partition03:56
[1]JakeNarSanotova Hold power key until it shuts down.03:56
NatSanotovaThanks03:56
DasEiDarkLinux: wrong chan here, it's Backtrack03:56
vladrandomDoes anyone know how to fix USB ports that wont show up? They worked perfectly fine in windows and now they are gone. lsusb shows nothing.03:56
critical_maxfisix: interesting, you're not the first to bring up rhythmbox skins...see http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/idea/15443/ etc... maybe try VLC for skinning?03:56
NatSanotovaAs you can guess I'm a total newbie to Ubuntu, but I've heard such nice things about it.03:56
vladrandomdarklinux its not as stable as BT403:56
thauriswulfaTristantio: its grub203:57
DarkLinuxAhh, well I had heard it was better. Thats why I installed it lol, but is BT4 the latest version?03:57
vladrandomyes03:58
wesleysoreau: 2.6.35-28-generic03:58
soreauwesley: Yes so ask in #radeon or file a bug report03:58
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wesleyok03:58
DarkLinuxAlright I'll take a look into it. Thanks vladrandom03:58
fisixcritical_max, didn't know vlc had skins actually. what would be the best way of storing an online stream on vlc? using rhythymbox, i have it under radio..03:58
rypervencheWhat does the {a} mean next to a package name in aptitude? And is it better to use aptitude over apt-get?03:59
fisixcritical_max, yeah i found that page too lol03:59
wesleysoreau: sorry new to all this were is #radeon03:59
soreauwesley: /j #radeon03:59
student-9OI ROIS04:00
vladrandomIs anyone going to help me?04:00
[Live]!please | vladrandom04:00
ubottuvladrandom: Avoid following your questions with a trail of "Please, help me", "Can nobody help me?", "I really need this!", and so on. This just contributes to making the channel unreadable. If you are not answered, ask again later; but see also !repeat and !attitude04:00
student-9ROIS04:00
[Live]student-9: Please stop.04:00
the_corecan someone help me get connected to my net again,windows worked fine with my wireless but Ubuntu ,no connection04:00
soreauwesley: Its much more quiet but there are developers who idle there. post your screenshot, explain the problem and be patient. Optionally additionally filing a bug report shows you are serious about getting it fixed04:00
mrdebNatSanotova: it's nice to try04:00
wesleysoreau: ok thank you so much you've been great04:01
thauriswulfaafter reinstalling grub2  not able to login (hint : home was on different partition)04:02
thauriswulfaQUESTION:after reinstalling grub2  not able to login (hint : home was on different partition)04:02
soreauwesley: no problem, I hope you get it fixed04:02
NatSanotovaMeh Not like I use the netbook for much beyond internet stuff anyways. and Open Office use when I'm out04:02
[1]JakeNatSanotova:  At least you are trying to learn something new.  Many will not.  I tried to get my workplace to switch to linux using virutal windows machines to run the few application that needed windows.   No go04:02
soreauthe_core: What have you tried to connect so far?04:02
the_corejust got Ubuntu installed and no connection04:03
soreauthe_core: You have a wireless access point to connect to?04:03
critical_maxfixis: the google-fu is strong in this one I see ;)04:04
critical_maxfisix; streamripper used to do that04:04
the_coreyes laptop connected fine with windows but I installed ubuntu04:04
soreau! who | the_core04:04
ubottuthe_core: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)04:04
[1]JakeNatSonotova:  Netbook is totally different then laptop or desktop.04:04
thauriswulfa QUESTION:after reinstalling grub2  not able to login (hint : home was on different partition)04:04
critical_maxfisix: or just record stereo mix with Audacity04:04
soreauthe_core: What wifi chip is it?04:04
[Live]!repeat | thauriswulfa04:04
ubottuthauriswulfa: 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/04:04
the_corewifi chip?04:04
the_coresorry I learn as I go and not going well right now hehe04:05
soreauthe_core: If its on the pci bus, use the command lspci to see the chip04:05
adimanhai, does anyone knows how to remove games from application menu?04:05
needlezthe_core: go to terminal and type lspci | grep -i network and post output for him04:05
the_corekk04:05
[1]JakeNatsotonova:  netbooks have seemed to be more of a pain IMO when trying to use them.04:06
critical_maxthe_core: if possible, connect via an Ethernet cable to your router, and see if it offers software updates/wireless drivers/etc04:06
soreauadiman: sys>prefs>main menu04:06
[1]JakeMy recent droid is the only one that seems worth anything.04:06
fisixhmmm, thanks! i think it's too much of a hassle tho. i think rhythymbox is great but it needs a dark themed skin! doesn't look leet enough :b04:06
mrdebwhat's a hassle04:06
critical_maxfisix: It will either happen or eventually obscure itself04:07
[Live]mrdeb: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/hassle04:07
wesleysoreau: the weblink you gave me is wrong04:07
mrdebno04:07
fisixmrdeb, using streamripper and skinning vlc04:07
NatSanotovaI've not really had a prob using my netbook... I just disabled the touchpad and use a mouse :P04:07
soreauwesley: Did I give you a link?04:07
soreauwesley: bugs.freedesktop.org ?04:07
wesleyyeah04:07
wesleysoreau:yeah04:07
critical_maxmrdeb: fisix pointed out that rhythmbox is unskinnable, which surprised me but apparently it just isn't.04:08
mrdebNatSanotova: netbooks are good and inexpensive and work well with ubuntu04:08
ISTA?Will deleting casper-rw get rid of programs i've already installed. USB persistent. Ubuntu 10.1004:08
mrdebbut i recommend the rgular edition over the netbook interface04:08
soreauwesley: oh wow, its down right now04:08
adimantq04:08
wesleysoreau: ok no worries then though i messed it up, ill post another time then04:09
fisixwhat audio players do you guys like anyway? and why?04:09
hoseinHi People!04:09
VE2EBPhi hosein04:09
NatSanotovaOne thing I love about Ubuntu... Firefox comes standard!04:09
[1]JakeNatSonotova: I agree to a point.  However having to carry the netbook mini I had around all the time I found it more convenient to just carry my laptop.  If I still have to carry the thing around I fugured i would take thte one with more functions.04:10
[1]JakeOf course many times I had to burn a disc here and there so.04:10
XubuntuKrisHow do I disable compiz in xubuntu?04:11
mrdebNatSanotova: you should also install VLC for media playback and other programs04:11
NatSanotovaIf I had a laptop I'd probably agree with you04:11
hoseinI have changed my VGA card and now my ubuntu does not startup!04:11
[Live]!players > fisix04:11
ubottufisix, please see my private message04:11
the_coresoreau: 00: 1bc.4 PCI bridge: Intel corp 5 series/3400 series chipset PCI Express04:11
soreauwesley: That is a major site so I expect it to be back up soon enough04:11
NatSanotovaVLC is one of the first things I do when I buy a new PC04:11
soreauthe_core: That doesnt look like a wifi chipset..04:11
hoseinVE2EBP: I have changed my VGA card and now my ubuntu does not startup!04:11
fisixlol i know i know, just wanted to see which u guys liked n y04:12
soreauthe_core: Try the command needlez gave04:12
[Live]!poll | fisix04:12
ubottufisix: 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.04:12
the_core8201 mobile04:12
jiltdils/w manager install button doesnot working also in update manager when i am clicking to install update it didm't give any response it just flashes04:12
george_solhello04:13
soreau! who | the_core04:13
ubottuthe_core: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)04:13
Drunkjedi1I have a 3DLAB wildcat vp990 is there a driver for it?04:13
the_coresoreau: am I looking for network controller? or ethernet controller?04:13
george_solghosting horizontal stripes suddenly appeared on my monitor04:13
soreauthe_core: network04:13
rypervencheWhat does the {a} mean next to a package name in aptitude? And is it better to use aptitude over apt-get?04:13
needlezthe_core: lspci | grep -i network      should display network controller04:14
soreauthe_core: lspci|grep Network04:14
[1]JakeNatSonotova:  This was to be my next purchase until I was told I will no longer have my tech support job come the end of the month.  http://www.motioncomputing.com/products/tablet_pc_c5.asp04:14
the_coresoreau: realtek semiconductor Co. LTD Device 817604:14
soreau! realtek | the_core04:14
ubottuthe_core: some help for recent Realtek chipsets can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Device/RealtekRTL8187b04:14
[Live]!ot | [1]Jake, NatSanotova04:14
ubottu[1]Jake, NatSanotova: #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!04:14
the_coresoreau: thank you :)04:15
george_solis this a monitor or graphics card issue?04:15
jiltdilclicking on the install button in software center doesnot start to install but when i use gksudo in alt+f2 it works but i want to make it permananet means as i click on install it will start to install without  gksudoo in alt+f204:16
[1]Jakegeorge_sol:  Desktop or laptop?04:16
george_soldesktop04:16
jiltdilno help?04:17
hoseinNot anybody who knows how to recover ubuntu after changing  VGA card?!04:17
[1]Jakegeorge_sol:  Disconnect you cable from the pc then bring up the monitors menu.04:17
critical_maxhosein, remove the card and then start.04:18
george_soli tried to to take a screenshot but i saw it on my laptop and the stripes dont exist04:18
[1]Jakegeorge_sol:  If it still does it then the montior is the prob04:18
hoseincritical_max: what?! without any vga?!04:19
VE2EBP /nick stepnjump04:19
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[1]Jakegeorge_sol:  Why I said to disonnect the machine.  YOu may even get a disconnected logo sliding across your screen once you disconnect for a moment.04:19
[1]JakeHowever with the SS not showing it sounds like monitor04:19
Drunkjedi1I have a 3DLAB wildcat vp990 is there a Ubuntu 10.10 driver for it?04:19
critical_maxhosein: with the onboard vga on the motherboard04:20
hoseincritical_max: my board have not it.04:20
needlezsoreau: hey what was the command to bring compiz up from that script?? cuz I closed compiz configuration screen but no changes happened and I when I run ccsm from command its the old compiz04:21
speeqsHey, I am extremely new to programming and im just getting started on C++. I was just trying out the simple hello world script but when i tried to use it it told me permission denied. could anyone help me out  with this? Thank you!04:21
soreauneedlez: #compiz04:21
perppHi, I have a question04:21
[Live]!ask | perpp04:21
ubottuperpp: 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. :-)04:21
perppCan I install ubuntu on a Apple IIgs?04:21
soreauspeeqs: chmod +x /path/to/script04:21
george_solcoulld i disconnect my monitor while computer is running?04:22
critical_maxhosein: then how were you using the computer before?04:22
critical_maxgeorge_sol, it's not recommended, you risk damaging via static04:22
critical_maxgeorge_sol, it's done all the time but you take a tiny chance every time04:22
needlezsoreau: i tried that but it brought up old compiz screen04:22
george_solok04:23
hoseincritical_max: I had a geforce card, now I buy an ATI.04:23
soreauneedlez: #compiz04:23
needlezi did that and nothing04:23
speeqssoreau: thank you very much! and im pretty new to Linux so by the +x that gives it permission to execute right? :3 thank you!04:23
critical_maxhosein: knowing what ATI card would be extremely helpful :)04:23
soreauspeeqs: Yes, that is correct. -x removes the executable but04:24
soreaubit*04:24
Drunkjedi1would i be able to download xp driver for my 3dlabs and use wine to install it?04:24
hoseincritical_max: ATI Radeon HD 545004:24
george_solso if the problem wont be solved  then probably its a monitor issue, right? sorry for my bad english04:25
speeqssoreau: thanks a lot :)04:25
[1]Jakegeorge_sol:  Sorry I had to drop off a customer was needing help.  If the problem remains on the monitor with the computer disconnected then yes it is the monitor.04:26
george_soli dont know how but the ploblem solved!!!04:26
NatSanotovaOkay, Gonna try installing Ubuntu 10.10 desktop04:26
[1]JakeNatsanotova:  Good luck.04:27
george_solso many weird things happen on my pc04:28
NatSanotovaAfter this I'll see how it runs on my Desktop04:28
litropyHi, peeps. I'm going from VGA out on my lappy to VGA in on my HDTV. WIthin my Monitors prefs, I don't have the option to go 16:9 when I'm mirroring to my HDTV. With the VGA cord unplugged, I have many 16:9 options. My /etc/X11/xorg.conf is empty. ny ideas as to how I can go 16:9 while VGA is connected?04:28
[1]JakeRepeating my question from about 30 minutes ago.  Has anyone gotten the Geforce GT 330m working in Ubuntu?04:28
needlezsoreau: i got it had to go to directory and then ./ccsm++ to bring up config screen just gonna have it do the compiz& --replace after that would be ok right?? and then add that to like startup so it starts up automatically then I can remove .8.604:29
soreauneedlez: nope. Ask in #compiz04:29
reya276Is there a place where I can talk to someone about a purchase through the Ubuntu Software Center on 10.10?04:29
tomasm-anyone know why ubuntu seems to not rescan dvd discs when i switch it with another disc? i have to manually unmount /media/WHATEVER and then put the new disc in for it to recognize it properly - otherwise it thinks the old disc is in there04:30
hoseincritical_max: denight a person in this channel (named ruan) said that I must regenerate something! he asked me if I have access to terminal and showed me: sudo mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.bak04:31
extra11does firefox 4 look the same on ubuntu as it does windows?04:32
extra11as far as graphics and stuff04:32
syrinx_extra11: wat04:32
hoseinHi ruan!!04:33
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ruanhi04:33
syrinx_there you go04:33
Drunkjedi1I have a 3DLAB wildcat vp990 is there a driver for it?04:33
syrinx_*a wild ruan appears*04:33
hoseinruan: about changing vga card and ubuntu startup fail...04:34
ruanhosein: yes?04:34
critical_maxhosein, there he is!04:35
critical_max:)04:35
critical_maxgood luck04:35
fyodorHow do I install the shiny Mac OS X bar which is placed at the bottom of the screen, in Ubuntu?04:35
fyodorThe one which launches your favorite apps.04:36
hoseinyou said to me yesterday runing this on termianl sudo mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.bak. and I run it. nothings happen! I think that is only a backup command.04:36
tomasm-does anyone else have the problem where switching DVD disks doesnt automatically update the icon's name/contents on the desktop?04:36
tomasm-as if the old disk were still in04:36
hoseincritical_max: thank you very much!04:36
ruanhosein: yeah it was to regenerate xorg.conf04:36
syrinx_fyodor: you mean a dock?04:37
fisixhey! does anybody know how to switch the icons between and within the system tray (notification area / indicator applet)?04:37
fyodorsyrinx_, yes04:37
hoseinruan: do you mean if I restart my ubuntu It regenerate xorg.conf?04:38
syrinx_fyodor: ciaro-dock is pretty cool04:38
ruanhosein: if you delete/rename xorg.conf and restart, it will regenerate04:38
perppHi, I have a question04:38
fyodorsyrinx_, thank you04:38
syrinx_!ask | perpp04:38
ubottuperpp: 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. :-)04:38
perppCan I install ubuntu on a Apple IIgs?04:38
syrinx_!ppc04:38
ubottuPowerPC.  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/PowerPCFAQ04:38
hoseinruan: I am new to ubuntu and shell. how to rename it?04:39
ANTRati dont think a apple IIgs is a ppc04:39
syrinx_lol04:39
syrinx_probably not04:39
ruanhosein: i told you how to rename it earlier04:40
devkhadkai want to kill gnome-do and restart it again making the alias like this, why doesnot this work alias restart-gnome-do="ps -el | grep -q  gnome-do |awk '{print $4}'  | xargs kill | gnome-do&"04:40
ruanhosein: but you did the command04:40
ruanhosein: the "mv" command renames04:40
hoseinmv is moving or renaming?04:40
litropyHi, peeps. I'm going from VGA out on my lappy to VGA in on my HDTV. WIthin my Monitors prefs, I don't have the option to go 16:9 when I'm mirroring to my HDTV. With the VGA cord unplugged, I have many 16:9 options. My /etc/X11/xorg.conf is empty. ny ideas as to how I can go 16:9 while VGA is connected?04:40
ruanthough its purpose is to move04:40
hoseinok04:40
fyodorperpp, yes, but keep in mind that Mac doesn't have a BIOS in the PC sense04:40
NatSanotovaOkay it says it's copying the files and I've entered the password and all that and it still doesn't allow me to press forward04:41
NatSanotovaIt now says Read when you are...04:41
ruanNatSanotova: does your name contain uppercase letters?04:41
NatSanotovaUh yeah04:41
ruanNatSanotova: it needs to be fully lowercase04:41
NatSanotovaUsername or full name?04:42
[1]JakeNatSanotova: username04:42
ruanusername04:42
hoseinruan: help litropy until I restart my system. hope to see you a few minutes later in ubuntu!!04:42
NatSanotovawoot! that did it! Thanks04:42
[1]JakeNight all.04:42
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ruansee you hosein04:43
rothsdadhi, I cannot have voice chat with my empathy, my accout is gtalk, the error message is 'could not create the rtp muxer element', anybody help me?04:43
critical_maxrothsdad: try removing your gstreamer prefs:   "rm ~/.gstreamer-0.10"04:46
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critical_maxrothsdad: see http://log.logfish.net/node/7704:47
DarkenvyI need some help fast04:49
litropyhosein, you back bud? ruan didn't respond.04:49
DarkenvyI reset my CMOS and forgot my timings of my memory!04:49
ZorlinDarkenvy: just ask, whats up?04:49
ZorlinDarkenvy: can you pull your RAM modules?04:49
DarkenvyI think one of my timings is lower than default so I dont want to be on it for long04:49
jiltdilclicking to install button in software center doesnot installing04:49
jiltdil?04:49
litropyHi, peeps. I'm going from VGA out on my lappy to VGA in on my HDTV. WIthin my Monitors prefs, I don't have the option to go 16:9 when I'm mirroring to my HDTV. With the VGA cord unplugged, I have many 16:9 options. My /etc/X11/xorg.conf is empty. ny ideas as to how I can go 16:9 while VGA is connected?04:49
Darkenvyis there a command to check RAM?04:49
ZorlinI would get the model numbers for the RAM you have then look it up on something like Newegg04:50
Zorlinto get the "real" timings of your memory04:50
Darkenvyits hard to get to :\04:50
Zorlin(should be in "Specifications" or "Details")04:50
Zorlinah, I see04:50
b1llydo i need my network ip address to be static to run a web server04:50
critical_maxDarkenvy: there is memtest which may have safe diagnostics04:50
critical_maxdarkenvy but be careful, it's mainly for stressing/testing04:50
Zorlindarkenvy: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=43038004:51
Zorlinthis may be of help04:51
ohsixlitropy: your tv probably doesn't have EDID entries for those modes, you'll have to add them manually with xrandr04:51
Zorlinalthough this is likely of more help (ping Darkenvy ): http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/check-ram-speed-linux/04:51
hoseinlitropy: he help me solving my problem with my new vga card. I though he can help you!04:51
Zorlinsudo dmidecode --type 17 or sudo dmidecode --type 17 | more04:51
litropyohsix, when I go vga with another computer running win7, it shows fine upon plugin.04:52
ruanim not so experienced with vga04:52
litropyhosein, what's happening?04:52
jiltdilclicking to install button in software center doesnot installing ?how to recover this?04:52
infidcritical_max: ok i'm having problems with getting audacity to record. i can hear mp3s by others with my headphones but my mic isn't recording. for 'recording device' the dropdown says 'HDA Nvidia: ALC888 Analog (0,0), HDA Nvidia: ALC888 Analog (hw:0,2), pulse and default' but i tried them all04:53
jiltdil??04:53
hoseinI could nt restart my 7 until an update complete! and now it is completed. I am restarting!!!...04:53
ruanjiltdil: restart software center, or use another utility such as synaptic04:53
infidcritical_max: when you said to 'turn my sliders down' i'm not sure what you were referring to so i didnt do any of that04:53
kerneloops_bye all04:53
critical_maxinfid, i meant the ones in audacity - let me fire it up04:53
jiltdilruan:how to restart s/w center04:53
critical_maxinfid, it's just good practice to have levels down when you start recording to not blow your ears or speakers :)04:53
infidcritical_max: i have 1.304:54
ruanjiltdil: close it and start it again04:54
infid1.3.12-beta04:54
Darkenvynone results in brand name04:54
infidi have a 64-bit system if it matters04:54
rothsdadcritical_max: I have rm ~/.gstreamer0.10, but no use, still cannot voice chat04:54
critical_maxinfid: go to Edit > Preferences > Devices and make sure your recording device is selected.04:54
mjshi all...linux user trapped in a windows user's body...anyone here up for the challenge?04:54
critical_maxrothsdad: google for that error, there were a few more pages with clues.04:54
ruanmjs: sure04:55
jiltdilruan: i restared it but it doesnot worked04:55
rothsdadcritical_max: thx04:55
infidcritical_max: the slider for microphone doesnt move04:55
perppHi, I have a question04:55
soreaumjs: Not unless you ask04:55
xiaoshenhi all i'm in step 3 http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=20544904:55
perppCan I install ubuntu on a Apple IIgs?04:55
ruanjiltdil: is there an Installing bar on the left side of sw center?04:55
mjsruan, came across what seemed like a glaring deficiency in office (specifically outlook) today...04:55
critical_maxinfid: see pm04:55
Darkenvyfound it :D04:55
Darkenvyhttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E1682022612104:55
xiaoshenbut i'm confused how to (3) Check to see if the ALSA driver for your sound card exists.04:55
infidcritical_max: 'lshw' says my audio is: MCP72XE/MCP72P/MCP78U/MCP78S High Definition Audio. vendor: nVidia04:55
xiaoshenanybody can help?04:56
jiltdilruan:yes but when i am clicking on install option it doesnot start installing04:56
ruanjiltdil: does it stall at 0B?04:56
mjsruan, when trying to take an existing list of contacts that someone had coded into categories, using the job title field, had to do it the old fashioned way, on account that wasnt one of the fields shown in the select member window in the creation of distribution list..04:57
jiltdilruan: means? also when i using gksudo software-center in alt+f2 it works but normally it doesnot04:58
ruanjiltdil: i think you might need to change your software mirror. go to system > administration > software sources, download from somewhere else04:58
ruanjiltdil: oh04:58
xiaoshenplease ^^'04:58
Hoseinthanks to Ruan's help I am in ubuntu now!!04:58
ruanyay Hosein04:59
Hoseinwhat means yay?!04:59
mjsoccured to me that i would not have come as close to punching someone, if i could simply throw the list out to spreadsheet program, filter for any field that i wanted, and then reimport as a distribution list...04:59
soreauxiaoshen: There is no dropdown box in the link he has specified, so try posting in that thread and see if you can get some help there04:59
ruanHosein: im happy that it works for you04:59
jiltdilruan; so how to do this05:00
dustin_i need someone who knows alot about tork  and can help with errors im getting05:00
mjscould find a way to do it natively in excel, but if anyone has a 3 or so step process to accomplish this same thing, any and all suggestions are welcome...05:00
mjs?05:00
dustin_can anyone help ? lol im so lost at this it aint funny :(05:01
ruanjiltdil: im not sure, since it works with gksudo it shouldnt be a mirror problem05:01
Hoseinruan: are developers think to automate this when it is required? where to find this question answer?05:01
xiaoshen soreau: can you help me my xubuntu have no sound at all05:01
jiltdilruan; so is there any way to recover this?05:01
ruanHosein: this may be fixed in the future05:02
ralphany ideas on how to troubleshoot my X settings when all my windows refresh really slowly? I was trying to add a second display and now I can't get X to run smoothly; dragging windows is very ugly.05:02
soreauxiaoshen: I cant help since I am not familiar with your particular setup but you can try posting in the forums on that thread to get help05:02
ankersd05:03
ruanjiltdil: you can make the ubuntu software center shortcut in applications menu a command to do 'gksudo software-center'05:03
Jon--When is Firefox 4 going to hit the repositories for Ubuntu 10.04? Is it worth my while to compile myself?05:03
Hoseinruan: maybe it is very funny for you: you assume I want to do that! where I must refer?!05:03
DasEi!ff4|Jon--05:04
ubottuJon--: Firefox 4 is the current stable version of Firefox. Current versions of Ubuntu do not have it (see !latest), but there is an unofficial and unsupported PPA that you can use by running the following command: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install firefox05:04
Jon--DasEi: ETA on getting Firefox4 to LTS Ubuntu releases?05:05
Jon--To packages, I mean.05:05
ruanHosein: what i meant was; that ubuntu developers may code xorg to regenerate the xorg.conf file upon failure to start the X server05:05
NatSanotovaUbuntu is installed and working thanks to everyone that helped05:05
DasEiJon--: see above, can have that already05:05
Jon--Is firefox the same package name that Ubuntu uses? Aptitude is smart enough to use the other ppa instead?05:06
DasEi!sound | xiaoshen:05:06
ubottuxiaoshen:: If 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 !mp3.05:06
DasEiJon--: put nick ; yes see above05:06
Chr|sin xchat-gnome how do I have a link open up using firefox?05:07
Hoseinruan: yes. as I thought you can not believe some one like me want to be a developer! so If a developer see a problem and decide to solve it,what must do?05:07
ruan!dev05:08
ubottuInterested in becoming an Ubuntu Developer? Get started here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDevelopment05:08
DasEiChr|s: configure the messenger to use firefox, then just click on it05:08
wd_:-)05:08
Chr|sDasEi: It is an IRC Client, if I knew how I would05:08
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DasEiChr|s: it under edit , preferences, crawl the menu05:10
Phasegood program for seeing how much bandwidth a process uses?05:10
DasEiChr|s: or use url-scraper plugin05:10
ajinhello,guys, help! when i restart X-window using the key combination: ALY+PRINTSCREEN+K, ubuntu lost its response, do anyone know howto?05:10
ruanajin: restart?05:11
DasEiPhase: trafshow05:11
PhaseDasEi: Thanks I'll check it out :)05:11
DasEiPhase: wireshark05:11
ajinyes, restart X-window05:11
Phasewill wireshark let me get a total bandwidth usage, though?05:11
PhaseI know it'll show me the traffic05:11
Phaseas in, the actual data05:12
ruanPhase: you can try it and see. im not sure myself05:13
Drunkjedi1wouldnt sudo service gdm restart work?05:13
dustin_anyone here know quite a bit about useing and configureing "tork"?05:13
DasEiPhase: yes, can have it under statics, trafshow is easier for just overview, also netstat is an option, try trafshow or wireshaark05:13
Phasealright05:14
PhaseDasEi: I'm going to try trafshow first atm05:14
DasEidustin_: torrc ?05:14
dustin_dunno my app is tork<05:15
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ajinjust after i pressed the key combination ALY+PRINTSCREEN+K, the ubuntu interface freezed, no any key or key combination work, do anyone know how to figure this problem out?05:15
DasEi!info tork05:15
ubottutork (source: tork): anonymity manager for KDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.32~pre1-1 (maverick), package size 1523 kB, installed size 4628 kB05:15
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ajini googled, but no useful info showed05:16
DasEidustin_ ah I see, no experience with that, also ask in #kubuntu05:16
Drunkjedi1ajin: i think you can restart x by typing in sudo service gdm restart05:16
dustin_tried there too :(05:16
xiaoshenubottu: my Codec: Analog Devices AD1986A  I found AD1986A  http://www.kernel.org/doc/Documentation/sound/alsa/HD-Audio-Models.txt but i don't know which one in the list is my model05:16
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)05:16
aminI just fininsh install deluge and I go o webui and it say the deluge ui is nt installed  please install it agian but I could not find webui egg file05:17
aminhelp plz05:17
DasEidustin_ : what is your actual question ?05:17
gmachine_24I need to restore my user directory and files (/home/user/andeverythingelse) from a tar.bz2 file on a separate hard drive. Say the back up file is called userbackup.tar.bz2 - what ? command would I use (on CLI)? Thanks.05:17
ajinDrunkjedi1: thank you, i'll try05:17
dustin_<<is a newbie . the question is how do i configure this so i can stop getting errors. first error was it can't find tor on my system second error was it wasnt able to establish a connection to the router05:18
gmachine_24The /home/user directory is on a separate partition - should have mentioned that.05:18
dustin_it bounce's between those to errors.05:18
DasEidustin_: you installed tor ?05:19
aminI just fininsh install deluge and I go o webui and it say the deluge ui is nt installed  please install it agian but I could not find webui egg file05:19
itali-chani have a problem, jack audio don't go05:19
itali-chant^T05:19
dustin_as far as i can tell i got the tor aka tork app up its just when i try to run it it gives me those 2 errors05:19
DasEidustin_: you need a repo for it, which distro / Version ?05:19
dustin_ubuntu maverick 10.1005:20
DasEidustin_: check in terminal :05:20
murphylanroot@ubuntu:~# mysql -h localhost -uroot05:20
murphylanERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (111)05:20
DasEidustin_: tor05:20
DasEirunning ?05:20
dustin_okay how ya do that, like if i type tork it opens a GUI tork client up thats where i been trying to run this app and get the errors05:20
dustin_1min05:20
tangeershey05:21
dustin_nope no tor05:21
tangeerslogout05:21
dustin_anyidea how or where to get it then?05:21
DasEidustin_ so I gues no repo enabled, second, link coming05:21
dustin_hmm?05:21
murphylanDasEi: root@ubuntu:~# start mysql05:23
murphylanmysql start/running05:23
murphylanroot@ubuntu:~# mysql -h localhost -uroot05:23
murphylanERROR 2002 (HY000): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (111)05:23
murphylanroot@ubuntu:~#05:23
FloodBot3murphylan: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.05:23
rww!tor | dustin_05:23
ubottudustin_: Tor 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-sasl05:23
murphylanFloodBot ok05:23
itali-chanplease i need help05:24
DasEidustin_: gpg --keyserver subkeys.pgp.net --recv 94C09C7F && gpg --export --armor 94C09C7F  | sudo apt-key add -05:24
itali-chanjack audio kit, do not run...05:24
soreauitali-chan: Try installing qjackctl and using it to start jack05:24
dustin_uhh im lost, whats that second part dasei?05:24
DasEidustin_: gpg --keyserver subkeys.pgp.net --recv 94C09C7F && gpg --export --armor 94C09C7F  | sudo apt-key add -05:25
dustin_type that at the console?05:25
DasEiyes05:25
dustin_1sec05:25
itali-chanok, i did the task05:26
DasEidustin_: gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list05:26
DasEidustin_: scroll down, append two lines :05:26
DasEidustin_:  deb http://deb.torproject.org/torproject.org lucid main05:27
DasEideb-src http://deb.torproject.org/torproject.org lucid main05:27
b1llyhey dasei05:27
DasEiyes, b1lly05:28
b1llydoes my ip on the network have to be static?05:28
DasEidustin_:  save sources.list. close gedit, say when ready05:28
dustin_so paste that deb in with the rest there at the bottom?05:28
dustin_right05:28
itali-chanhttp://pastebin.ubuntu.com/585203/05:28
itali-chandon't run05:28
itali-chanDx05:28
DasEib1lly: internal ? can be dhcp, too05:29
b1llyk05:29
b1llyjust making sure05:29
DasEilinksys has a dhcp server05:29
sushantd84Hi All Nee one help ... I am getting this message relocation error: /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg: symbol swscale_configuration, version LIBSWSCALE_0 not defined in file libswscale.so.0 with link time reference05:29
sushantd84 while using ffmpeg command for some conversions ...05:29
dustin_so put that deb http stuff in with the rest in that list?05:29
dustin_dasei?05:29
dustin_then save05:29
sushantd84 error: /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg: symbol swscale_configuration, version LIBSWSCALE_0 not defined in file libswscale.so.0 with link time reference05:30
ActionParsnipsushantd84: are there any bugs logged?05:30
DasEidustin_:  yes put these two whole lines in the bottom , save n exit05:30
sushantd84no05:30
sushantd84Actionparsnip  No!05:30
DasEidustin_:  sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install tor privoxy05:31
dustin_can you msg me dasei this is scrolling to fast to see what the heck is going on05:31
dustin_so i can atleast look back on it without it moveing on me05:31
dustin_where exactly the 2 lines go05:31
dustin_the very bottom?05:31
ActionParsnipsushantd84: then I suggest you create one05:32
guidohi05:32
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Guest62200somebody on?05:33
DasEiGuest62200: merely a 146005:35
DasEiGuest62200: support question ?05:36
grandrewhi all! is it possible to set the rule in iptables so that packets do not go through a certain gateway? (I have several gateways in system)05:36
Guest62200sort of :P05:36
jiltdilbuttons like"install' from s/w center and add delete  from users and groups doesnot working?05:37
xiaosheni have added options snd-hda-intel model=laptop-automute in alsa-base.conf and my xubuntu finally sounding now05:37
xiaoshenbut05:37
grandrewI know that I can block destinations in iptables, but is it possible to create route rules?05:37
jiltdilhelp guys!05:37
xiaoshenmy alsamixer which located on top right corner dissapear :(05:37
xiaoshenhow to get it back?05:37
DasEixiaoshen: sudo apt-get install alsamixergui05:37
xiaoshenDasEi: i'll tryitnow05:38
Guest62200that looks easy :P05:38
jrmcmgrandrew: I think thats done through the routing tables not iptables, but im not sure. I do remember reading it somewhere05:38
DasEixiaoshen: or just the icon in the panel ? right-click > add to panel05:38
NatSanotovahuh... I've ended up with an extra partition with Ubuntu on it somehow, how do I tell which one is the Ubuntu I'm running?05:38
xiaoshenDasEi: but before i added that line i still have the gui05:39
Guest62200just one question05:39
xiaoshenactually what's happened ?05:39
Guest62200i have a sis mirage 3 card, after some hours i got it to work05:40
jiltdilhelp me my install button is not working in software-centre without gksudo  also the 'add","delete' buttons is not working from user and groups  under system-->administration   also under system-->prefernce-->appereance visual effect is not working and these all are nit showing any error05:40
jiltdilhelp me to recover05:40
zvacetNatSanotova:  in terminal cat /etc/fstab and see witch partition is signed as / root05:40
Guest62200on 1200*800 resolutio, the question is: is there anyway to make it work like it did on windows05:40
xiaoshenDasEi: i have installed alsamixergui? i need to restart? coz' i stlil can't see the volume audio button  on top right corner05:41
grandrewjrmcm, the problem is that it IS actually done by routing already but when the device w/rule goes down - my rule is dropped and the packets go through other gateway which I do not want. And I cannot add rule for pkts to go elsewhere since other device does not exist05:41
DasEixiaoshen: no resrating05:41
DasEit05:41
xiaoshenno05:41
xiaoshenbut i still can't see the audio button05:41
ActionParsnipGuest62200: you may need an xorg.conf file to get it05:42
xiaoshenwhat should ido then?05:42
jiltdilno one here to help to  my problem?05:42
Guest62200i did modify it05:42
jiltdil help me my install button is not working in software-centre without gksudo  also the 'add","delete' buttons is not working from user and groups  under system-->administration   also under system-->prefernce-->appereance visual effect is not working and these all are nit showing any error05:42
Lancelotcan someone link me to the article for compiling tarballs? I wanna get FF4 running in Karmic05:42
Guest62200i mean i have drivers working (i wouldnt be over 800*600)05:42
DasEixiaoshen: right-click on panel, add > volume applet05:42
DrMrHorsejiltdil: are you running sofware center without gksu?05:43
DasEi!compile | Lancelot05:43
ubottuLancelot: Compiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first)05:43
NatSanotovazvacet: I've open terminal but uh... know what?05:43
ActionParsnipGuest62200: without an xorg.conf file, some won't. chances are the driver is loaded05:43
koolhead17Lancelot, its very easy. you gon`t need to compile anything05:43
jiltdilDrMrHorse:yes05:43
DasEi!ff4 | Lancelot05:43
ubottuLancelot: Firefox 4 is the current stable version of Firefox. Current versions of Ubuntu do not have it (see !latest), but there is an unofficial and unsupported PPA that you can use by running the following command: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install firefox05:43
DrMrHorsejiltdil: you must be root to install software with software center05:43
DasEirather use the repo instead of compiling :), Lancelot05:43
LancelotDasEi, sounds good! Thanks05:44
DrMrHorsejiltdil: you must use gksu05:44
zarbulaAnother Ubuntu issue, trying to compile remmina from source however, when I try to compile the RDP plugin i get tons of compiler issues, anyone hear of something like this?05:44
xiaoshenDasEi: yea i have added it05:44
Guest62200what i really mean is05:44
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Elektroidzarbula: put the output in pastebin, cant guess from nothing05:44
Lancelot!latest05:44
ubottuPackages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "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.05:44
Guest62200that i dont have any problems on videos or desktop resolution05:44
Guest62200i want to be able to play some games05:45
zvacetNatSanotova:  type cat /etc/fstab05:45
jiltdil DrMrHorse:this problem arises from last two days. before  2 days it will working fine without gksu05:45
zvacet!paste | NatSanotova05:45
xiaoshenDasEi: but it seems it's not functioning when i press the down/up volume using my laptop keyboard05:45
ubottuNatSanotova: 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.05:45
ActionParsnipGuest62200: i'm not sure a sis mirage will get 3d accelleration under linux05:46
zarbulaElektroid: http://pastebin.com/9e6Vn14r05:46
RubenAlonzohi everyone05:46
Guest62200ActionParsnip: in fact im really lucky for get a driver working05:46
DrMrHorsejiltdil: for software to install system-wide you must install as root. i dont know what was happening before. if you have become root within a few minutes before running software center it will not ask you for a password05:46
NatSanotovaI know how to fix it.05:46
NatSanotovaworked it out thanks05:47
ActionParsnipGuest62200: was I right with the chip. i'm really wiped tonight :(05:47
zvacetNatSanotova:  how?05:47
DasEixiaoshen: try to use keyboard setup to get it working05:47
xiaoshenok05:47
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nietoyfaceGood Day people!!! xD05:47
jiltdilDrMrHorse: but i am already ,y account as administrator and being admin i am also unable to add users and group manually05:47
xiaoshenDasEi: i have clicked setting then i don't know05:48
xiaoshen^^'05:48
NatSanotovaI'm gonna cheat uninstall ubuntu delete the unneeded partions and do a clean install of Ubuntu as I still have windows installed05:48
RubenAlonzodoes anyone know if i , as a new user to ubuntu, need to get antivirus software? i have only ever owned windows machines?05:48
xiaoshensetting >keyboard05:48
bazhangRubenAlonzo, you dont05:48
zvacetNatSanotova:  ok  :)05:48
bazhang!virus > RubenAlonzo05:48
ubottuRubenAlonzo, please see my private message05:48
Elektroidzarbula: seems like a bug, looking it up, do you need 0.9 exactly or can you use an older version?05:49
jiltdilActionParnsip: any idea about my problem>05:49
DasEiRubenAlonzo: not relly, keep the sys updated and checkout ubuntu-harden, securing debian is good manual05:49
DasEi!virus05:49
ubottuAntivirus is something you don't need on !Linux. except where files are then passed to windows computers (perhaps using samba), See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Antivirus05:49
jiltdilActionParnsip: help me my install button is not working in software-centre without gksudo  also the 'add","delete' buttons is not working from user and groups  under system-->administration   also under system-->prefernce-->appereance visual effect is not working and these all are nit showing any error05:49
RubenAlonzothank you everyone for the private messages concerning my query.05:49
xiaoshenDasEi: setting>keyboard then?05:50
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ActionParsnipjiltdil: i don't use it dude. I always use apt-get. You could try synaptic in the system menu05:50
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yangerhi. been using ubuntu-server for a bit, my server is a shout-cast enabled server for my radio show i run. upgraded to ubuntu 10.10, and /dev/dsp no longer exists, anyone know what the new name is for dsp? what I'm doing is capturing my line in on my audio card and feeding it out.. originally i used /dev/dsp, (originally it was a 9.04, now 10.10)05:51
nietoyfaceRubenAlonzo: You're Welcome!!!05:51
GreenCurryhi i am new to ubuntu, and i'm trying to install a theme. . .05:51
zarbulaElektroid: I first tried from the master git, .9 was my 2nd attempt with the same results.05:51
RubenAlonzonietoyface: thanks again!05:51
jiltdilActionParsnip:also adding any user aor deleting from my account is not working as i am a administartor user05:52
yangeroh, it wasn't really an upgrade, it was a full-reinstall from the netinstall cd, with most audio software installed (alsa-oss, alsa-base, etc)05:52
nythonIs Firefox 4 stable enough to be included in the final release?05:52
nythonOf 11.04?05:52
nietoyfaceGreenCurry: I recommend you the themes, the aplication bisigi05:53
xiaoshenDasEi:are you still there sorry for beeing such annoying ^^'05:53
RubenAlonzodoes everyone use Firefox mostly? or is there something akin to safari or chrome? I had been using mostly safari but i read its not really an option in ubuntu 10.10?05:53
koolhead17nython, indeed :P05:53
zvacetjiltdil: does sudo command work?05:53
GreenCurryi know the theme i want05:53
GreenCurryit's actually a whole package deal . . .05:53
GreenCurrybut when i extract some files, i don't see them in the folder i extract to.  . .05:53
zvacet!natty | nietoyface05:54
ubottunietoyface: 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.05:54
DasEixiaoshen: yes05:54
nietoyfaceRubenAlonzo: try to use Firefox 4 or Google Chrome05:54
ActionParsnipjiltdil: if you run:  groups    are you in the admin group?05:54
jiltdilzvacet:yes it works ,installing,adding or other thing is working via terminal but without termainl i am unable to install or add user as i am administartor05:54
DasEixiaoshen: system>prefrences>keyboard shortcuts05:54
nythonI think we should include an ACID3 compliant browser in 11.04.05:54
RubenAlonzonietoyface: thanks, i'll try chrome or firefox 405:54
nythonSuch as...I don't know...Chromium?05:54
zvacetjiltdil: add it from terminal then05:54
nietoyfaceubottu: You're all right05:55
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)05:55
RubenAlonzowow, i was about to thank him as well, lol05:55
jiltdilActionParsnip: it shows   adm dialout fax cdrom floppy tape audio dip video plugdev fuse lpadmin admin sambashare05:55
GreenCurryoh...hmmm05:55
RubenAlonzosmart bot!05:55
nietoyfaceExcuseme everyone, my english is not very good looking, lol05:55
RubenAlonzolol05:56
dr0idyeah, it's not good "looking"05:56
xiaoshenyes DasEi: i am in there now but don't know which name  to add05:56
zvacetjiltdil:  sudo adduser <username> admin05:56
glacHey everyone, I've got a question about cmus. I just installed it last night, and I went to play music on it (I was able to get albums to show up), but it wont play. It's saying "Error: opening audio device: internal error." I didn't change any settings, but is this a common error?05:57
jiltdilzvacet:why should i use adduser as admin as i am admin myself05:57
FluxDOther than crontab, what other ways can a program run at startup? I have a program running at crontab, but not sure what is launching it05:57
zvacetjiltdil:  sorry it is sudo adduser <username>05:57
RubenAlonzoanyone running the alpha 3 of natty narwhal? i was wondering about the "unity" task bar at left, hoping we get the option to auto-hide it in 11.0 uubuntu.05:57
DasEixiaoshen: volume should be there by default, isn't it ?05:57
RubenAlonzoor at least move it to bottom05:57
Flannel!bum | FluxD05:57
ubottuFluxD: Boot options: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions - To add/remove startup services, you can use the package 'bum', or update-rc.d - To add your own startup scripts, use /etc/rc.local - See also !grub and !dualboot - Making a boot floppy: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto/BootFloppy - Also see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SmartBootManagerHowto05:57
SeemannopenGL is supported by ubuntu?05:58
FlannelRubenAlonzo: #ubuntu+1 for Natty support, thanks.05:58
DasEixiaoshen: doubleclck for up and press your knob, same for vol down05:58
soreauSeemann: yes05:58
glacAlso, the man pages didn't help me, but maybe I wasn't looking in the right place.05:58
DasEixiaoshen: be done05:58
zvacet!natty | RubenAlonzo05:58
ubottuRubenAlonzo: 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.05:58
Seemannin that case, would it "improve" my graphic card performance?05:58
jiltdilzvacet: but i want to add user manually under System-->administartor-->users and ggroup05:58
nythonWill Natty Narwhal have a vertical dock?05:58
FluxDFlannel, nothing is in /etc/rc/local, anything else?05:58
jiltdilzvacet: as through terminal all is working fine05:59
zvacetjiltdil: but if that doesn´t work for some reason you can add user from terminal05:59
tnmwhere do i see my gtk version number?05:59
jiltdilzvacet:yes but my issude is i want to recover from this problem?05:59
xiaoshenDasEi there is no up or down there06:00
zvacetjiltdil: sorry I don´t know answer to that06:00
RubenAlonzonython:  i saw a youtube video of 11.04 alpha version, and indeed there were options to resize it, and i even paused the video and saw a button to check to auto-hide it from existing windows that go fullscreen, but not sure if it will be kept in final release next month? hoping it will though.06:00
jiltdilzvacet: ok thanx06:01
Seemannis openGL included on ubuntu 10.10 netbook?06:01
zvacetjiltdil: np06:01
jiltdilActionParsnip:??06:01
RubenAlonzoSeemann: i think it depends on your video card, but uunless i am mistaken it is natively supported.06:02
SeemannRubenAlozo: thanks for answering06:02
Seemannlo misstip :P06:02
Seemannlool06:02
jiltdilActionParsnip:also i am unable to change my account type06:03
RubenAlonzoSeemann: noprobs, i am a total noob myself, but i am trying my best to learn. not easy though when for all my life its only been windows machines, but somehow this ubuntu works right out fo the box on my tiny netbook.06:03
DasEixiaoshen: Volume up   and Volume down , else add it06:03
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SeemannRubenAlonzo: well in fact, i started with my left foot on this. lost information from a windows partition, incompatible video card. But im starting to fall in love with this :)06:04
xiaoshennot working^^'06:04
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GreenCurryhow do i make ubuntu not hide files by default?06:05
critical_maxGreenCurry, Edit > Preferences in the file browser, Show Hidden and backup files06:06
RubenAlonzoSeemann: i am sure if you fish about the net, you will find legacy drivers that support linux written for your card. perhaps even drivers from the manufacturer as well. have you tried the update manager yet? there might be ones already out just sitting for you to download?06:06
nietoyfaceGreenCurry: or use Ctrl + H06:06
critical_maxnietoyface, oh hey that's a lot easier! :D06:06
SeemannRubenAlonzo: go private :P06:06
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Strykercritical_max, it is not permanent though06:07
nietoyfacecritical_max: yeah06:07
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critical_maxStryker, does ctrl-h at least save per folder? or is it completely transient06:10
critical_maxahh, it seems to go away when i kill nautilus06:10
nietoyfacecritical_max: it's transient06:11
xiaoshenDasEi:  it's still not working, but thatnks foe helping i got to off now06:12
red2kiccritical_max: Change your preferences.06:12
critical_maxred2kic, yeah I know about the pref, ctrl-H was the new one to me :D06:13
critical_maxthank you06:13
red2kiccritical_max: New one! ALT, V, H. :P06:14
DasEi!paste > dustin_06:14
ubottudustin_, please see my private message06:14
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critical_maxred2kic, could swear that wasn't in the view menu last time i looked, in 2008 ;)06:15
Seemannis there any guide to "compare" OpenGL with DirectX?06:22
Strykeryes, Seemann06:22
qbitzaHello, anyone managed to get the Airlink WN-301USB wireless adapater working?06:22
Stryker!WN-301USB06:23
qbitzaStryker, Not supported?06:23
red2kic!ihavethisproblemwithconky06:23
SeemannStryker: i finally got a sis mirage3 driver working, but i want to get full performance06:23
Strykeri gotta go06:23
junglefishgfhf06:24
qbitza!WN-301USB06:24
junglefishfghfg06:24
critical_maxWhat is the proper method for specifying a local Ubuntu mirror? I remember a command line app that did it in Debian, but I don't see it here.06:25
red2kiccritical_max: apt-mirror?06:25
AnnunakiWhere is a place to study Kernel development?06:25
critical_maxred2kic, That is what I remembered but currently apt-mirror in Ubuntu reps is an app for creating a local mirror, which is not what I want.06:26
critical_maxred2kic, I am just looking for best practices for updating my sources.list (or ubuntu equivalent)06:26
christopherhow do I install Libre Office06:26
red2kiccritical_max: So you want to select a mirror closest to your location?06:26
critical_maxred2kic: yes, i have it located already.06:26
red2kiccritical_max: Okay. That's it?06:26
christopher!libreoffice06:27
ubottuCurrent stable releases of Ubuntu use OpenOffice.org, and do not have supported packaging for LibreOffice. Ubuntu developers are working on packaging for Ubuntu Natty and backports for 10.10 and 10.04. See https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2011-January/032298.html for more information on progress and an unstable, unsupported PPA.06:27
critical_maxred2kic: yeah, that's it. about to upgrade to 10.10 and figured this was a good time to get that mirror specified. :)06:27
christopherthats just retarded because there are debs for it06:27
critical_maxThe last time I did it I was modifying sources.list directly.06:28
red2kiccritical_max: Ah. I always hate major upgrades. I favor clean install over it. It's just my opinion, but yeah. :)06:28
critical_maxWell I've had 4 trouble-free upgrades from 8.04 so far. Going to try to keep it going. :)06:28
critical_maxI hear ya though. I have had to nuke dotfiles more than once, I guess that's not "trouble free"...06:29
red2kiccritical_max: Just leave them alone. I understand that people want to have clean ~/ -- but you probably would be better off just leaving them alone. Heh.06:30
earthling_I'm trying to boot up an ubuntu live USB on a 2001 compaq desktop, won't recognize it on bootup, says "non system disk or disk error"06:30
earthling_how do I get it to recognize it?06:31
critical_maxred2kic, yeah I only had to do it because gnome had serious display bugs in panel etc on one of the less stable releases06:31
critical_max9.04 perhaps06:31
critical_maxred2kic, I think the proper way to do what I want is to add the mirror to Other Software Sources and deselect the main repo.06:31
SwedeMikeearthling_: are you sure it's even able to boot off of usb and that error isn't from the built in harddrive?06:31
ubuntuslm a06:31
critical_maxaccording to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AustralianTeam/LocalAptMirrors and other ubuntu docs06:31
earthling_SwedeMike, I'm not sure if it can, but I am able to change the boot order in bios to usb first06:32
earthling_SwedeMike, and there is no hard drive in the machine06:32
SwedeMikeearthling_: and it works in another machine?06:33
earthling_tried it long time ago06:33
earthling_seemed to work iirc06:33
critical_maxred2kic, yep! Now after I add that into Custom Software Sources, it doesn't actually appear there but is recognized as a main mirror, and shows up under Ubuntu Software tab under the "Download from:" dropdown.06:34
critical_maxWhich is sane behavior.06:34
critical_maxit is an official mirror after all.06:34
Twigmanhey guys, Just wondering, why does the popup menu for the tomboy icon look wrong?06:34
earthling_SwedeMike, are some old computer unable to boot from USB?06:34
SwedeMikeearthling_: can't think of something that might cause it, the error message you get means there isn't a boot block on the USB stick.06:34
test_Проверка06:34
TwigmanI use 'new wave' gtk theme and the popup menu has a repeating gradient in the background making it just look wrong06:34
saksham: i'm unable to clone a git repo through terminal06:35
sakshamcuz of some internet problems06:35
sakshamo I manually downladed the ta.gz from firefox06:35
sakshamafter going to the github site06:35
saksham will that be a problem?06:35
sakshamwhen you clone, you're just downloading the .tar.gz file, or is it more than that?06:35
DrMrHorsesaksham: it downloads the latest revisions into a folder in the place where you ran the command, uncompressed06:37
critical_max!ff406:37
ubottuFirefox 4 is the current stable version of Firefox. Current versions of Ubuntu do not have it (see !latest), but there is an unofficial and unsupported PPA that you can use by running the following command: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install firefox06:37
critical_maxSweet, only 23 minutes to download 10.10 from the local mirror.06:38
critical_maxwith 2800 packages.06:38
sakshamdoes it also do anything additional?06:38
Twigmanoh shite! Sorry guys, I thought I was in the #tomboy channel haha06:38
Twigmanstupid xchat ;()06:38
* ActionParsnip bets ubottu hates firefox4 now06:39
DrMrHorsesaksham: it keeps some kind of record about the code so you can update it i think.  im not an expert on this...06:39
* critical_max thinks FF4 has elevated to metaquestion status06:39
sakshamohk thanks06:39
earthling_SwedeMike, usb works on other computer06:40
taranI have loged into my ubuntu OS but also attahced another hard Disk having ubuntu installed. How can I access the root of the otehr hard disk?06:41
rwwActionParsnip: only requested 70 or so times thusfar :306:41
SwedeMikeearthling_: oki, then I have no idea. In my mind I am considering LBA mode as a culprit, but I don't know enough about it to say if might cause problem.06:41
earthling_perhaps this old comp has usb 1.106:41
earthling_I'm using a 3 month old usb drive06:42
earthling_or maybe some computers just don't like to boot from usb06:42
SwedeMikeearthling_: well, if it's in the boot order then it should be fine. How large is the USB drive? trying to remember what size problems came at what point in time, you might want to try a smaller one. Also, burning a CD always works :P06:43
taranhow to mount a drive?06:43
taran!mount06:43
ubottumount is used to attach devices to directories. See also https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Mount06:43
jesmonHi all, I have been searching online but failed to find a result... I have an ubuntu system setup as a HTPC running xbmc.. I use a lenovo mini wireless keyboard to control the thing.. my problem is the keyboard doesnt have FN keys (F1-F12)... Which means if I want to switch to a virtual terminal I have to pull out the other keyboard.. is there a way to change the key combo that changes to the different TTY's??06:43
earthling_SwedeMike, 4 gb06:43
earthling_SwedeMike, CD did work, wanted ability to save changes though06:44
SwedeMikeearthling_: I'm out of ideas.06:44
earthling_ok, thanks anyway06:45
ActionParsnipjesmon: you can use xmodmap to set other keys to those functions06:46
ohsixthen he'll be left with the keys on the console to change06:46
critical_maxjesmon: would a virtual keyboard satisfy your needs?06:46
ohsixit wouldn't :D06:46
critical_maxjesmon: chvt may be part of a solution06:48
critical_maxit's going to be hackish though06:48
ohsixooh06:48
ohsixthat's a good suggestion actually06:48
critical_maxyou'd have to bind a key in Ubuntu preferences, to run a script, that when ran runs chvt, which probably requires root, and has been reported to not work with sudo06:48
critical_maxi'll mess with it, sec06:49
ohsixi use it regularly yet i forget ! D:06:49
jesmonI set up a keyboard shortcut to run 'chvt 2' and 'sudo chvt 2' - but it doesnt seem to do anything..06:49
critical_max"sudo chvt 1" just worked for me in a terminal. Passwordless sudo inside a script requires that you configure sudo06:49
ohsixyou need to use gksudo, sudo will exit if the controlling thing isn't a tty06:49
critical_max^ what he said for keyboard shortcut commands06:50
ohsixyou can edit your sudo configuration so you can run chvt without a password though06:50
ohsixnot sure what the implications are, aside from being able to annoy the console user :D06:50
critical_maxhaha06:50
taranwhat is the meaning of this mount: /media/mainstorage is not a block device?06:50
ohsixman 5 sudoers06:51
critical_maxjesmon, "sudo visudo" and uncomment the line that talks about no password, if you want to test it. if it's a multiuser system you will want to specify things properly, but that's the way to do it.06:51
v_vtaran: show your mount cmd06:51
jesmonahh gksudo worked! thanks... I will look into how to do it without password (noob!)06:51
critical_maxjesmon, you'd also need to be in the sudo group for that to work.06:51
critical_maxas mentioned in visudo :)06:51
ohsixjesmon: man 5 suoders :D06:52
critical_maxit's useful for giving some sudo out, but not others: letting web developers restart apache on a dev server, but not restart the whole server, etc06:52
ohsixsudoers even, it lets you set user -> command mappings, and what to do with them06:52
taranv_v: i tried this sudo mount mainstorage/ /mnt06:52
jesmonexcellent.. you guys are awesome! thank you so much!06:52
v_vtaran: the first arg of mount usually is a device06:53
v_v!mount06:53
ubottumount is used to attach devices to directories. See also https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Mount06:53
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critical_maxjesmon, glad it helped.06:53
taranv_v: I have a slave hard disk which has a partition named mainstorage.I can acess it but cant delet its contents as I am logged into the main system06:54
Guest58235这是什么地方06:54
doorvakis there any place to discuss Prolog Programming?06:55
needlezhi quick question how do I upgrade my graphics card driver manually??06:55
ohsixdoorvak: the 70s and early 80s06:55
thebatver irc.relaxedirc.net06:55
doorvakLollllll06:55
critical_maxice burn06:55
DrMrHorsehahahaha06:56
bazhang!alis | doorvak06:56
ubottudoorvak: alis is a services bot that can help you find channels. Read "/msg alis help list" for help and ask any questions about it in #freenode. Example usage: /msg alis list #ubuntu*06:56
doorvakI'm trying to make a natural language parser in SWI-prolog06:56
bazhang!cn | Guest5823506:56
ubottuGuest58235: 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-hk06:56
doorvaksoooooo I guess I need a time machine?06:56
bazhangdoorvak, please use alis to search, its offtopic here06:56
doorvakalis06:56
v_vtaran: assume your slave disk is sdb, 'sudo  fdisk -l /dev/sdb' and find the partition you want , like /dev/sdb3 and then , 'sudo mount /dev/sdb3 /mnt '06:57
ohsixdoorvak: i doubt there is a place to discuss it, but theres lots of books06:57
ohsixif you're discussing prolog it's probably in the context of expert systems or something, you could try finding that06:58
doorvakBlahhh no just basic programming classes for undergrad work, they made us make a text game now I want to do natural language parsing06:58
taranv_v: I can access the contents on my slave disk parittions but cant delete. I have root password for that slave harddisk.Just want to change permissions.can u help? please06:58
critical_maxtaran: use sudo?06:59
ohsixdoorvak: i don't know of any material strictly covering both of those, but there was a book i read once by henry winston06:59
tarancritical_max: ok06:59
critical_maxtaran: sudo ls, sudo rm, etc.06:59
critical_maxtaran: be extremely careful with sudo rm but it sounds like that is what you want.07:00
tarancritical_max: thanks.07:00
critical_maxalways ls it before you rm it.07:00
v_vtaran: )07:00
doorvakalways */* after you rm07:00
doorvakdir07:00
doorvakthanks for the Henry Winston btw07:01
critical_maxtaran, you could also try just 'sudo chown taran.taran /data/dir' on your data directory on that drive and then not need root privs for it07:01
critical_maxchown -R07:01
tarancritical_max: I am unable to reach to that directory using command line07:02
tarancritical_max: although I canbrowse it07:02
v_vtaran: why07:03
doorvaksudo cd07:03
j_hnsorry hit that by mistake07:03
taranv_v: actually Im new n dont know where to find my directory named mainstorage using command line07:03
critical_maxtaran: try becoming root to browse to it. "sudo su -"07:03
v_vtaran: where did you mount it ?07:03
v_vtaran: 'mount' and you can see it07:04
critical_maxtaran: normally you don't have to do that for most tasks, but for being in a directory owned by root, you have to be root. you can "sudo ls" and stay out of the directory to get around that.07:04
taranv_v: I dont know where it is mounted.I just attached physically alongside my original HD then slave disk contents become visible07:04
critical_maxtaran: /media/23984723984723 <--long string of annoying numbers like that07:05
doorvakis there any place I can ask about the fact that my USB wireless card keeps dropping in Ubunut?07:06
doorvak*Ubuntu07:06
jiltdilubuntu software center install button is not working?07:06
critical_maxtaran: you said it's another ubuntu drive right? otherwise it would come up with permissions to read/write already.07:06
jiltdilhow to get rid of this my ubuntu software center install button is not working ?07:07
tarancritical_max: yes then attahched disk  is from home PC.presently on office PC. System boot from office PC. Both contents visible.cant delete contents on home HD for which its brought here today07:08
critical_maxtaran, can you open the drive in File Browser(nautilus)?07:09
nekI am going crazy. Yesterday I could share between my virutal ubuntu and my win vista host. Today it does not work. Could someone give me a suggestion for troubleshooting this?07:09
lolcatnek: Share what?07:09
critical_maxtaran, get the ID # from Nautilus' window title and check in /media for that number...that's where it's automounted07:09
tarancritical_max: yes I can07:09
jiltdilhow to get rid of this my ubuntu software center install button is not working without also when i clicking on install update it also  doesnot working07:09
talespin_kitIs there any default encryption tool that ships with ubuntu07:09
neklolcat I was sharing my c: drive of my host with my guest virt machine07:10
critical_maxtaran: you could also try your task in a root-owned Nautilus: "gksudo nautilus"07:10
Pete__Hello i need some help on how to make a quick launch icon for sabnzbdplus07:10
tarancritical_max: how to get gksudo nautilus?07:11
nit-witjiltdil, try these two commands separately in the terminal sudo dpkg --configure -a07:11
nit-witsudo apt-get -f install07:11
critical_maxtaran: alt-f2 then enter "gksudo nautilus"07:12
tarancritical_max: ok,trying07:12
jiltdilnit-wit:ok07:13
jiltdilnit-wit:but this is single command07:13
tarancritical_max: thanks.great07:13
tarancritical_max: not if I want to install new ubuntu on salve can it be done?07:14
critical_maxtaran: working? be careful with that Nautilus, close it when you're done. it's just as dangerous as a root terminal07:14
nit-witjiltdil, what07:14
critical_maxtaran: Yes, just use the regular installer CD and select it as the destination.07:14
tarancritical_max: actually I wanted to creat space in a folder on slave so mthat I can install fress Ubuntu 10.10 on it07:14
jiltdilnit-wit: should i run this sudo dpkg --configure -a07:15
nit-wityes07:15
tarancritical_max: can I install OS on salve after I creat space on it? wiothout having to boot from slave?07:15
n_akanyone here tried wayland?07:16
critical_maxtaran: Yes, just use the regular installer CD and select it as the destination.07:16
Tm_Tn_ak: some of the offtopic channels would be more suitable for such questions (:07:16
tarancritical_max: ok.done07:16
jiltdilnit-wit:it doesnot work07:17
nit-witdid you run both07:17
jiltdiloh sorry07:17
nit-witjiltdil, if your getting errors you have to include that information07:18
JohnTeddyI keep getting these broken pipes, when I connect ssh to my screen/irssi box, or when I do a ssh -fND, and tunnel my browser traffic.07:18
jiltdilnit07:18
JohnTeddyWhat option should I add to /etc/ssh/ssh_config to try and deter these broken pipe errors?07:18
jiltdilnit-wit: doesnot work i will try both  doesnot work and also no error07:19
JohnTeddyI see several different options related to *alive*, I'm not sure which one, or for what interval.07:19
nit-witjiltdil, strange it is hard ti say for me, sorry.:)07:19
jiltdilnit-wit: i am getting facing this from last two days and i am very tense07:20
appiuppihi, I liked ubuntu 10.04 and Planning to install @ home today. My question is, Does the swap memory is physical or logical partition?07:21
SwedeMikeappiuppi: it doesn't matter.07:21
MogsI wonder if anyone has 2 minutes to help me out a little? (don't want to spam chat)07:21
appiuppiSwedeMike: I see. Okay then will chose with the default.07:22
lolcatMogs: You should ask here, so nobody gives you bad advice like rm -R * or rm -R /07:22
appiuppiSwedeMike: choose*. Thank you :)07:22
MogsWell i'm pretty new to Ubuntu, in fact 2 days, I decided to stick it onto my old laptop (it had xp on) so I dusted it off, but having a couple of problems07:23
lolcatMogs: State the problems, one on each line, with relevant symptoms, and software version.07:23
Mogsuhh - i'll try, I grabbed Ubuntu 10.10, ISO burnt it onto a disc and put it onto my laptop (it installed fine, seems to run okay with a couple exceptions)07:24
MogsYou'll have to forgive me, i'm not used to using terminals etc.  problem(s) is 1, when i start up the computer it takes a good 20 or so seconds to get to the log in page07:25
lolcatMogs: We don't need to know what is workung...07:25
lolcatMogs: What specs on the laptop?07:25
Mogsit produces a multi coloured distortion screen for a second or two, the problem is with restarting / shutting down - sorry - 1.ghz, 1gig of ram07:25
Mogs1.6ghz*07:26
nixjrI just bought a new monitor, pluged it in and restarted, ubuntu adjusted my resolution automatically, but the monitor wont do its own picture adjustment, is that onyl supported in windows?07:26
Samuel2goodmorning (it is morning here anyway)07:27
lolcatMogs: What is the problem with shutting down?07:27
Starminnnixjr: Ask again. More people here07:27
Mogswhen i go to restart / shut down,  it just kind of hangs / freezes, I have to press the power button to turn it off and on again07:27
curryi'm having difficulty with installing galternatives07:28
ActionParsnipSamuel2: morning (morning here too, just finished werk)07:28
Samuel2here's my question: I do: sudo apt-get update and after that finished I did: sudo apt-get upgrade07:28
nixjrStarminn, do monitor's built in auto adjustion feature require windows to work?07:28
curryi am supposed to look in my system tools for the application icon...but it's not there07:28
Mogslast time I tried to restart i got some text popping up with [ok] next to it, at the end a message '' mount : / is busy ''07:28
Samuel2and all goes fine07:28
Samuel2I reboot - not sure if it was needed but it doesn't hurt07:29
Starminnnixjr: I don't know, I just meant to ask everybody in general. :) (i.e. Action PArsnip would know)07:29
Samuel2and rerun it on the CLI to see if there is anything else to update, and there wasn't07:29
jiltdilnit-wit:also when i am going to click on "change" button in user nad groups to change account type it doesnot gives response07:29
Samuel2but when I start the Update application it sees some updates, Kernal and some other things07:29
Samuel2The GUI update application that is07:30
ravenunison tells me "lost connection" again and again07:30
Samuel2so how to install for instance kernal from cli?07:30
ActionParsnipnixjr: monitor osd is built into the device and is OS independant07:30
ravenunison tells me "lost connection" again and again: Uncaught exception Not_found - how to repair?07:30
nixjrActionParsnip, strange, its saying "not available" when i try and use it, the whites are buring my eyes currently lol07:31
nixjrguess this is the wrong place to ask then, thanks07:31
ActionParsnipSamuel2: sudo apt-get install linux-image-generic07:31
Hoseinhow to get back to parent folder? (upper one) some thing like cd.. in dos?07:32
Samuel2should I upgrade the kernal ActionParsnip?07:32
ActionParsnipNixjr: what video chip are you using07:32
nixjrnvidia 6800gs07:33
ActionParsnipHosein: cd ..   same just with a space07:33
abstrakti don't think it works without a space in dos either07:34
nixjrthe nvidia thing in ubuntu detected my monitro automatically and adjusted the resolution to suit, very pleased, just a pitty about the osd as you called it07:34
HoseinActionParsnip,: oh funny!07:34
ActionParsnipnixjr: use nvidia-settings to correct the setting07:34
nixjrActionParsnip, thats preferable over adjusting it via the osd?07:35
ActionParsnipHosein: yep. Super confusing if you flip between both07:35
HoseinI must ask dos developers to change it according to linux!!07:36
ActionParsnipnixjr: not sure about preferable. If it works, use it07:36
jiltdilsudo apt-get install -f   and sudo apt-get -f install  what does these command say07:36
Samuel2i'm getting kernal 2.6.35-28.4907:37
nixjrActionParsnip, thanks for the advice and for clearing things up for me07:37
Samuel2should I keep the old kernal, or can I remove it and be save?07:37
Dannydhow do i get a list of all the commands available on a linux distribution?07:39
DannydIm using a very stripped down linux operating system and just want to see all the availabel commands07:39
abstraktDannyd, ls /bin maybe?07:40
abstraktDannyd, simply put you'd want to ls every directory in $PATH07:40
jiltdilhow to add software-sources under menu bar?07:40
abstraktDannyd, there are myriad ways to go about that, ask #bash for some ideas (hint, I'm in there)07:40
Dannydok I just thought about that after posting the question...ok ill go to bash..thanks07:41
jiltdilhow to add software-sources under menu bar?07:41
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jiltdilhow to add software-sources under menu bar?07:44
stepnjumpHey guys, here's a great article to speed up your computer: http://www.ubuntuvibes.com/2010/10/things-to-do-after-new-ubuntu-1010.html07:44
stepnjumpThe swappiness trick is really good07:45
MogsI'm having some problems with restarting/shutting down anyone had / know a soloution could help out ?07:45
JJP_mogs please elaborate07:45
Mogswhen i restart it hangs / freezes i get text on my screen with[ok] then sometimes it gives me a message saying 'wait for restart ' or something07:46
Mogsthe last time I restarted i got '' mount : / is busy ''07:46
JJP_mogs most likly a process stalls on kill07:47
abstraktMogs, what version of Ubuntu? how long have you been running this version of Ubuntu? when was the last time your system worked properly?07:47
critical_maxdannyd: just tab twice in a terminal07:47
abstraktwhen did it stop working?07:47
Mogs10.10, I installed it yesterday - ISO, burnt onto disc and put it onto my old laptop07:47
Dannydthanks critical_max:07:48
JJP_mogs have you installd third party stuff07:48
Mogsit has never worked, since install07:48
MogsHavn't really installed anythin, except the ''update''07:48
MogsI've read it could be my wireless, or it could  be a other stuff, seems to be a few problems on the forums07:49
StarminnMogs: Is this a dual-boot with Windows?07:50
MogsNo, i removed windows xp- told it to erase and install on set up07:51
StarminnMogs: Ah. Have you ever successfully booted into the installed system?07:51
j_hnI have spent the week struggling with trying to get my system up and stable! I have tried several versions of ubuntu 10.10 64 bit, 10.04 64 bit, 10.10 32-bit, 10.04 32 bit, have tried un-installing nuavoue(sp?) and in stalling nvidia drivers...Still w/ random freezes. Anyone know y or how to fix it?07:51
Mogsuhm i'm on it now? I only have Ubuntu 10.10 on this - not really an issues logging onto it, it's restarting/shutting down07:52
MamontinHi, sorry for my english, If I have a processor with "SMT (Hyperthreading) scheduler support" do I need to "Multi-core scheduler support". Very grateful.07:53
StarminnMogs: Oh. Hmm... I remember having a similar issue, myself (you press "Shut down" but it never shuts down till you hit the power button, yourself), but I don't recall what I did to fix it. I think it just started working one day, honestly.07:53
MogsYeah that's the problem Starminn07:53
MogsI read, try and edit /etc/default/grub - but when i did so nothing changed - and now it's telling me ''permission denied'' when I use that command =/07:54
ravenunison tells me "lost connection" again and again: Uncaught exception Not_found - how to repair?07:55
j_hnmogs: I think you can do sudo <some editor> file07:55
Salih-kj_hn: i have the same problems07:56
StarminnMogs: Certainly understandable. HAve you tried post #9 here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1594326 ?07:56
MogsOh, sorry new to Ubuntu and using all the commands etc. - hmm let me check, ty07:56
j_hnsalih-k: Damb it man, I'm not looking for the same prob...I'm looking for a new answere07:56
StarminnMogs: Yeah, anything outside of /home/<yourUSER> you don't have permissions to, so you need sudo to gain them07:56
MogsAh - if you mean the acpi=force then yeah that's what I changed, nothing happened07:57
j_hnsalih-k: am really frustrated. Have been using ubuntu for years. No prob. except when I do things I know i should not...now uggggg!07:58
tmwnni installed ubuntu 10.04 on a two partition drive (ubuntu & win 7) - when I try to install the java plugin for firefox it fails giving me the msg "fix broken plugins". How do I do that?07:58
StarminnMogs: *shakes head* No, Post #9. (The post numbers are on the top right.) Try your original thing with GRUB first though. This seems a little hacky.07:59
StarminnMogs: Just remember to use "sudo" whenever doing anything outside of your Home folder.07:59
Starminn!private > Mogs07:59
ubottuMogs, please see my private message07:59
j_hntmwnn: have not gotten that far.  Still stuck at random locks for no reason08:00
j_hntmwnn: have you tried apt-get --purge uninstall <pkge>08:02
j_hnand then reinstall?08:02
Starminnj_hn: Isn't ir << sudo apt-get purge <packagename> >>?08:02
Starminnj_hn: OR does purge only kill configs and not uninstall the actual app?08:03
tmwnnwhat package would I uninstall ?08:03
j_hncould be. I'll try and find it.08:03
j_hnWhat did you install?08:03
tmwnnafter I installed 10.04 I did all of the upgrades08:04
tmwnnthen I tried to install the icedtea java plugin08:04
j_hnsudo apt-get remove --purge...i think!08:05
tmwnnfirefox? java?08:05
Starminntmwnn: He was replying to me-ish. ;) So you've tried this: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1425789 ?08:05
j_hnhow are you installing?08:05
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Starminnj_hn: Yeah, you're right.08:06
tmwnnI click the msg in firefox that asks me if I should install needed plugins08:06
Starminnj_hn: They're synonyms apparently. << sudo apt-get remove --purge <pkg> >> and << sudo apt-get purge <pkg> >> == the same thing08:07
tmwnnit worked before for me using 10.04 on a usb drive, but fails on the full 10.04 installation08:07
jiltdilinstall button in s/w center is not working how to fix this?08:08
GreenCurryhow do i enable transparency?08:08
StarminnGreenCurry: Where at?08:10
GreenCurrytitlebars and window borders08:10
StarminnGreenCurry: Install something called "Emerald Theme Manager." Search Software Center for "Emerald"08:10
GreenCurryah right, thanks08:10
StarminnGreenCurry: Do you also have Compiz enabled?08:11
StarminnCompiz installed*08:11
GreenCurrynot even installed! >_<08:11
jiltdilinstall button in s/w center is not working how to fix this?help me i am searching the solution  of this from last 2 dyas help me08:11
StarminnGreenCurry: Install "Compiz Config Settings Manager" from Software Center and then install Emerald08:12
GreenCurryStarminn how do i enable compiz?08:12
ohsixemerald is the old window decorator with its own themes, you can use the themes with transparency with the gtk window decorator08:13
GreenCurryokay, how do i enable gtk transparency?08:13
StarminnGreenCurry: Do you have it installed?08:13
GreenCurryi still need compiz don i?08:13
GreenCurryseems i have it installed, yes08:13
ohsixrun compiz, and use a theme with transparency, i don't know the name of any offhand08:14
jiltdilinstall button is not working in ubuntu software center?08:14
StarminnGreenCurry: Run in terminal "compiz --replace"08:14
ohsixthat wont stick08:14
ouyesthere is something wrong when I am trying to install libqt4-gui,08:14
ohsixuse the appearance applet to change it to "Extra", and use ccsm or simple-ccsm to edit the settings08:14
ouyesit says Could not mark all packages for installation or upgrade08:15
Starminnohsix: If you're changing the title bars from Metacity to Compiz then your method won't work.08:16
ouyeswhat is wrong, why I cannot install the package, libqt4-gui?08:16
ohsixmy "method" enables compiz for your session, instead of just replacing it one time08:16
Starminnohsix: When I want Metacity I "metacity --replace" and when I want transparent window title bars I do "compiz --replace" with Compiz using Emerald as the window decorator.08:17
ohsixthe rest is done in ccsm and with the theme08:17
ohsixgood job08:17
Starminnohsix: And it sticks through restart after restart, so yes it will stick.08:17
ileadoes someone know a messenger aplication that suports yahoo and audio/video chat?08:17
j_hnanyone else having problems with system freezing?08:18
jiltdilno one to help me :(08:18
StarminnGreenCurry: Both are important though. So go to System->Preferences->Appearance, then go to "Visual Effects" and hit "Extra." (ohsix's method)08:18
Starminnjiltdil: Are you able to use anything in the System->Administration and so on menu?08:19
Starminnjiltdil: I mean things that require admin access08:19
Starminnjiltdil: Like... System-Administration->Synaptic something08:19
StarminnGreenCurry: After that (since you just want transparent window bars), install Emerald and tell me when you've done that because you've got just one and a half things to do after that.08:20
jiltdilstarminn:yes m able to do this08:21
ohsix... emerald08:21
Starminnjiltdil: Have you tried reinstalling the Software Center?08:22
jiltdilstarminn:yes08:22
jiltdilstarminn:but it also didn't  helped08:23
Blou_Aapi want to 'burn' an bootup ISO to a usb, what software can i use for this ?08:23
thauriswulfaHELP: after reinstalling grub, not able to login( hint: home is on another partition) plz plz help08:24
Starminnjiltdil: From Ubuntu Software Center, Edit->Software Sources..., then tell me what's checked there.08:24
thauriswulfaBlou_Aap: unetbootin08:24
StarminnBlou_Aap: System->Administration->Startup Disk Creator?08:24
jiltdilstarminn:yes it opened08:24
kaixinwo08:24
StarminnBlou_Aap: Or the other one above me08:24
Blou_Aapstartup disk creator only lets me make a startup disc with ubuntu08:25
kaixinxixi08:25
kaixin  happy08:25
StarminnBlou_Aap: What is your goal?08:25
thauriswulfaBlou_Aap: try unetbootin from software centre08:25
Starminnjiltdil: Tell me what's checked there08:25
Blou_Aapsomeone at our office just left08:25
thauriswulfaHELP: after reinstalling grub, not able to login( hint: home is on another partition) plz plz help08:25
Blou_Aapneed to get into pc08:25
kaixini dont spink english08:26
xiaosheni can't find rdp protocol option in the remote desktop viewer tool08:26
Blou_Aapwant to make that pwd reset boot08:26
jiltdilstarminn:top 4 checked in ubuntu software08:26
jiltdilstarminn:under other software there is all checked08:27
Starminnjiltdil: Now go to "Other Software" tab -- is Medibuntu checked?08:27
thauriswulfaQUESTION: after reinstalling grub, not able to login( hint: home is on another partition) plz plz help08:27
jiltdilstarminn:there is no option like medibuntu08:27
jiltdilbut there is 5 options and all are checked08:28
kaixin  whitch right08:28
kaixinno  no  no08:28
Blou_Aapthanks08:28
danielon an  unrelated note: can someone maybe tell me why my Compaq Presario CQ56 does not seem to work with the power management preferences laid upon it by Ubuntu 10.10 ? Even with the AC Adapter plugged in it still fades the screen to black, even though that option is disabled... Is this hardware- or software-bound?08:28
Blou_Aapthanks thauriswulfa08:28
Starminnjiltdilt: Right there in the middle: http://imagebin.org/144812 do you not have it?08:29
jiltdilstarminn;no08:29
Starminnjiltdilt: Ah. That is probably your problem. Give me a moment.08:29
jiltdilok08:30
xiaoshenubuntu 10.10 should have supported rdp protocol by default , right?08:30
Starminnjiltdilt: Try this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Medibuntu and see if it helps any08:30
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jiltdilstarminn:ok m trying08:30
thauriswulfaQUESTION: after reinstalling grub, not able to login( hint: home is on another partition) plz plz help08:30
manoushello08:30
manousi install postfix on my server and rundcube for client mail08:31
jiltdilstarminn:should i to run all these comamnd that are provided by your link08:32
Starminnjiltdil: Just the first one that's indented and says "...this is how to add it.... Run this in terminal"08:32
manousbut when i try to connect i have imap error08:32
Starminnjiltdilt: The whole box, thoguh, yes08:32
jiltdilstarminn:but i have to say that 2 day before there is the same configuration and no mediubuntu option is there and i have no problem08:33
j_hndanial: have you looked at >system>power management?08:33
Starminnjiltdilt: I think it's that the things you're trying to install now might be restricted by it.08:33
Starminn!medibuntu | jiltdilt08:33
ubottujiltdilt: medibuntu is a repository of packages that cannot be included into the Ubuntu distribution for legal reasons - See http://www.medibuntu.org08:33
danielj_hn: Yeah. That#s08:34
danielthat's what I meant by that. I already fiddled with the preferences.08:34
jiltdilstarminn:thanx m trying to do08:34
Starminnjiltdilt: Even if this doesn't solve your problem, at least you'll have it. This is me trying my hand at solving your problem because nobody else was here and I didn't want you to feel like we don't care. ;)08:34
manouscan i get help with imap port ?08:34
danielThe power management options are set to never shut down the screen, fade to black or anything else while on AC power. Yet it does not keep to it, as it seems.08:35
uabn93Is the newest v. of Ubuntu due next month?08:36
j_hnis there a screen save setting? if i remember correctly screensavers can also blacken a screen to prevent burn in08:36
_Wallyuabn93, ues08:36
_Wallyyes08:36
Starminndaniel: Does the screen fade to black always or just after a set time?08:36
Starminnj_hn: That was what I was thinking08:37
danielStarminn, j_hn: after a bit of time.  So you could be right, could be a screen saver. Hang on08:37
brophatthe RaLink rt3090 is listed as a wifi card that is compatible with ubuntu/linux but it is so buggy, why would they consider that as supported?08:37
danielDerp, you were right.08:37
Starminndaniel: :)08:37
uabn93Since there are bugs on new releases, where can one go to report them?08:37
danielheh. Thanks.... :D08:37
Starminndaniel: As the old saying goes, "That's not a bug, that's a feature!"08:38
j_hnHowever, I am also thinking there is trouble in paradise! As I am having a lot of problems with my current ubuntu!!!08:38
Starminn!natty | uabn9308:38
ubottuuabn93: 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.08:38
critical_maxJust completed a 10.04 to 10.10 upgrade with only 1 hitch: it lost my desktop background. :)08:39
j_hnAre random freezes??? :)08:39
brophatso in the linux world is hardware considered as compatible even if it works in only a very small sense?08:39
Starminnj_hn: I could try to help. What are more details? When does it freeze?08:39
brophator i should say very limited sense08:39
critical_maxbrophat: not generally08:39
quiescenswho says it's supported?08:39
Starminnbrophat: Define your meaning.08:39
jiltdilstarminn:now what to do after running that command08:40
critical_maxbrophat: you will find bug reports galore filed against projects where hardware is not fully compatible.08:40
brophatok i have the ralink rt3090 and it takes like five minutes for my wifi to be recognized08:40
ohsixmore importantly, who said supported?08:40
Elektroidcritical_max: thats a big problem with Ubuntu, every 6 months updating bleeding edge and everything breaking again08:40
ohsixlinux-wireless wiki is de-facto on what's supported08:40
ohsixotherwise its vendor drivers and al up in the air08:40
brophatand then it works for maybe 1/2 hour then doesn't work for a while08:41
brophatit is just flaky08:41
critical_maxElektroid: nothing broke though. and it was my choice to upgrade, because it's a system where things can break. I would have stayed on LTS were it a server.08:41
brophatvery frustrating08:41
Starminnjiltdilt: Just to make sure it takes, try logging out to the login screen and logging back in again. (A little bit of a hassle, but just ot be certain ti takes)08:41
j_hnrandom...have installed 10.10 64 10.04 64 10.10 32 10.04 32, uninstalled Nouveau and installed nvidia current...still freezing, though seems to be less with 10.04 3208:41
brophati checked and the proper driver is in08:41
j_hnI can't see any pattern08:41
critical_maxelektroid: that was my 5th distribution upgrade since 8.04 on this install. no major problems.08:41
Elektroidcritical_max: I mean all the fixes that the community makes with a release of some software all get broken because they choose new versions of x.org and what not08:42
brophatcritical_max this wifi card is listed as compatible08:42
uabn93I thought that what this channel was for. What's the difference between #ubuntu and #Ubuntu+1 ?08:42
ohsixlisted where08:42
brophatubuntu network08:42
brophati can get the link08:42
critical_maxbrophat: tell us what  your card is and what you've found out so far.08:42
jiltdilStarminn:i have ticed to medibuntu08:42
Starminn!natty > uabn9308:42
ubottuuabn93, please see my private message08:42
Starminnuabn93: Read it. #ubuntu+1 is for Ubuntu's next release (+1)08:43
brophatcritical_max all i know is it is the supported list, the correct driver is loaded, and it is flaky as all heck08:43
Starminnjiltdilt: What?08:43
ravenunison tells me "lost connection" again and again: Uncaught exception Not_found - how to repair?08:43
critical_maxbrophat: again, what list and what card? can't help without that info08:43
brophatthe card is ralink rt309208:44
uabn93Okay, sorry fr the trouble. Thanks08:44
brophatlet me get the list08:44
xiaoshenubuntu 10.10 should have supported rdp protocol by default , right?08:44
critical_maxbrophat, thanks. also what version of ubuntu you are running08:44
jiltdilstarminn: i have done as u told me but also  there is same problem08:44
jiltdilstarminn:should i to run the second box command in termainl also08:44
brophatubuntu 10.10  64 bit08:44
critical_maxbrophat: a quick google turns up many Ubuntu threads marked "solved". have you browsed those yet? before i go through them08:45
j_hnStarminn: Did you catch all of that?08:45
Starminnjiltdilt: If you want.  The page says it just adds the ability to report bugs though.08:45
brophatyes i have browsed them08:45
critical_maxbrophat: i actually only googled for "ralink rt3092", apparently your problem is the biggest talking point on the Net for this card08:45
ohsixa wifi card is more than just the wifi card as well; routers can play a big role depending on the features used in the drivers08:46
jiltdilStarminn:so how to recover from my problem08:46
brophatcritical_max it is listed as supported let me find that list08:46
Juggie^hello08:46
critical_maxbrophat, did you follow the directions in http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=9841175&postcount=4?08:46
j_hnbrophat: what is you prob exactly?08:46
Juggie^someone help me out with testing tinyproxy?.. If I netstat -an I think I see it08:47
critical_maxbrophat, if not, hold off, they are for 10.04.08:47
brophatj_hn my wifi card works like crap08:47
Starminnj_hn: Yeah, I'm Googling a bit. So far it looks like, "Too many variables, can't tell" is the typical attitude on this particular issue. I'm not experienced at all in this sort of thing anyway, so I really can't help much. Sorry man. Try again between like 8pm and 2am (GMT -4:00) -- some smart people are here then. ;)08:47
brophattakes 5 mins to locate my wifi08:47
brophatruns ok for a while then stops08:47
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brophaton and off08:47
Starminnj_hn: OR keep at it now. I just don't know what ot tell you, personally.08:48
critical_maxbrophat, i believe you're looking at http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=58886308:48
ubottuDebian bug 588863 in linux-image-2.6-686 "linux-image-2.6-686: rt3090sta module requires /etc/Wireless/RT2860STA/RT2860STA.dat" [Normal,Fixed]08:48
Starminnjiltdilt: One sec.08:48
Juggie^anyone?08:48
critical_maxbrophat, it's supposed to be fixed in kernel 2.6.32-1808:48
j_hnThanks!08:48
critical_maxbrophat, "uname -a" for us?08:48
brophathttp://www.ubuntu.com/certification/catalog/category/NETWORK/index.html?start=100&batch=5008:48
fairuzHi morning.. Anyone know how to build linux-headers-xxx?08:48
brophatthere it is considered ubuntu certified hardware08:48
critical_maxbasically the driver is there but it's buggy08:49
Starminnjiltdilt: Are you able to isntall software with Synaptic Package Manager or apt-get?08:49
critical_maxbrophat: post the output of "uname -a" in a terminal please, and check the bug report i linked08:49
jiltdilStarmin:yes08:49
brophatoh ok critical_max08:49
brophatLinux wayne-p6531p 2.6.35-28-generic #49-Ubuntu SMP Tue Mar 1 14:39:03 UTC 2011 x86_64 GNU/Linux08:50
brophatis that what you wanted critical_max?08:50
critical_maxbrophat: 2.6.35-28 does seem to be current so i'd be surprised if this wasn't fixed in ubuntu08:50
critical_maxyes08:50
Juggie^is there I can wget and test out my tinyproxy?08:50
Juggie^on port 888808:50
Juggie^on a server08:50
critical_maxbrophat: lookin into another possibility08:50
brophatok08:51
brophatI am just surprised that it is considered certified ubuntu hardeare08:51
brophathardware08:51
brophatyou saw my link?08:51
jiltdilstarminn:yes installing through apt-get in terminal works also through semantic pacakge manager it works08:51
critical_maxyes08:51
ohsixbrophat: what router are you using08:52
brophatohsix 2wire08:52
Starminnjiltdilt: Bleh. One second. Looks like my Internet has decided to be mean to me.08:52
jiltdilstarminn:ok08:53
brophatyeah i use the wire cause the wireless is so crapy08:53
critical_maxbrophat, can you do a "lsmod | grep rt" and pastebin the results08:53
brophatok08:53
StarminnCan anyone go to http://www.google.com and tell me if it's up? (downforeveryoneorjustme.com isn't working for me either so don't suggest it)08:54
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j_hngoogle works for me08:54
noam_can I somehow enable hardware acceleration for video display in vlc or totem?08:55
critical_maxbrophat, basically, i'm seeing people in all kinds of distros blacklisting the rt2800 driver to get their (newer than 2800) RT series cards working. I haven't found a confirmed fix for 10.10 yet, still looking.08:55
Starminnj_hn: Weird. Some sites will work but others won't, nor if I search anything.08:55
ohsixthe b43 drivers that come with lunix drop after heavy use, like the device is overheating; the proprietary ones don't D:08:55
brophatok i paste binned it08:55
brophatdo yuo need me to tell the the url08:55
critical_maxbrophat: sure do :)08:55
critical_maxbrophat: I want pastebrain08:55
brophathttp://pastebin.com/7XL83JNH08:56
brophatyeah don't knwo exactly how pastebin works haha08:56
critical_maxbrophat: ok, that matches what i'm seeing. still looking for a proper process for our distro.08:56
critical_maxhang tight.08:56
brophatok08:56
brophatjust wonder who it made it to the supported list in ubuntu08:57
jiltdilStarminn:???08:57
critical_maxbrophat: it probably worked when added, i'd guess08:57
j_hnStrminn: are you suffering "parental block"? ;-)08:57
Starminnjiltdilt: Okay, I'm back up again. My Internet got real weak all of a sudden. Alright, let me look for some stuff perhaps.08:57
Starminnj_hn: :) Except that I live on my own.08:57
brophatand this adapter is in a lot of computers08:58
brophati know HP puts it into a lot of theirs, i have one08:58
critical_maxbrophat: see http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=10578319&postcount=708:58
j_hndon't know! It's an imperfect world...maybe a screw fell out!08:58
critical_maxbrophat: it's a regression, it worked in 9.04 is why it's listed official08:58
critical_maxbrophat: still working on solution08:58
critical_maxsec08:58
brophatok ic08:59
critical_maxhttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/54980108:59
ubottuUbuntu bug 549801 in linux (Ubuntu) "USB WiFi adapter with rt2870 chipset won't connect" [Medium,Triaged]08:59
Starminnjiltdilt: Try "sudo apt-get update" (we should have tried this first, haha)08:59
jiltdilStarminn: i have tried it almost 100times in last 2 days08:59
brophatcritical_max that is the rt2870 mine is the rt309209:00
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jiltdilStarminn: but the result is like   Hit http://archive.canonical.com maverick/partner amd64 Packages09:01
jiltdil     all are in Hit09:01
critical_maxbrophat, yes, lots of reports all over the net indicating it's the same problem, see for example http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=255115&mode=linear. you can try to race me in google to a report of 3290/10.10 fix if you want :)09:01
brophatno critical_max you are better at this than I09:01
Starminnjiltdilt: If you would pelase, could you paste a screenshot of  Ubuntu Software Center->Edit->Software Sources both the first tab and "Other Sources"? I'm curious to see if something is there that shouldn't be. *http://www.imagebin.org09:02
jiltdilok09:02
ralnaemiCan I reinstall ubuntu without any external media?09:02
critical_maxbrophat excuse me, 3092 not 3290. That page also specifies that RT3000 series 802.11draft-n chipsets use the rt2870sta driver.09:03
Starminnjiltdilt: And everything is updated, right? Update Manager/ sudo apt-get upgrade have everythin up-to-date?09:03
ileaanyone know a messenger aplication that suports audio/video call on yahoo messenger?09:03
critical_maxbrophat what seems to be happening is the loading of the 2800 drivers gets in the way. the solution for people in many distros seems to be to use the 'blacklist' file which is created to stop kernel modules from loading, for just this purpose.09:03
mrdebhow do you replace update managers with something else09:03
critical_maxbrophat, that means our goal is to get rt2870sta to load not rt280009:04
brophatcritical_max ok09:04
j0llyr0ttennatty09:04
critical_maxbrophat, i need to verify that that's the driver for 10.10 and we'll try that.09:04
hirogenhi09:04
hirogenneed some math help basic09:05
brophatok09:05
oCeanj0llyr0tten: natty support in #ubuntu+109:05
Starminn!natty | j0llyr0tten09:05
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.09:05
j0llyr0ttenwhat is the room for help with natty narwhal?09:05
j0llyr0ttenthx09:05
jiltdilstarminn:http://img853.imageshack.us/content_round.php?page=done&l=img853/434/screenshot1dj.png                            http://img43.imageshack.us/content_round.php?page=done&l=img43/5966/screenshotwslj.png09:06
hirogenhow much is left if i remove 17.5% from 300.80pounds ?09:06
critical_maxbrophat, Woot, found a 10.10 "Fixed" thread. We will be modifying the blacklist to keep the 2800 drivers from loading. See here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=158955509:06
oCeanhirogen: wrong channel09:06
hirogengod damn just a 1 off question09:06
Starminnilea: I don't know of any. As far as I know Yahoo! doesn't even have file transfer support on any of them on Ubuntu. (Then again I've only tried a few, though)09:06
Starminnhirogen: Control the language please. Family-friendly. :)09:06
oCeanhirogen: mind your language in this channel09:06
critical_maxbrophat, "sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf"09:06
hirogenok09:07
taranI have two disks accessible and a folder named New Folder. I want to check if it belongs to master disk or Slave Disk. How do I do that?09:07
brophatok will do09:07
critical_maxbrophat, lets jump in msg to not spam with the details of the solution :)09:07
DrMrHorselol hirogen09:07
brophatok09:07
ohsixbrophat: you should try the driver backports before you blacklist stuff, it could be fixed already09:07
Starminnjiltdilt: Kill those "file:/blah/blah/blah"09:08
ileawhat aplication exists for linux that can suport audio video calling and exists for windows too?09:08
Starminnjiltdilt: I've never seen anything like that and I know I certainly don't have them, That's quite odd.09:08
Starminnilea: Pidgin.09:08
ileapidgin dosnt work i tryed it09:08
ohsixpidgin doesn't video calls09:09
Starminnohsix: Oh, right, video. >.>09:09
jiltdilStarminn: thats the mmatter i amso frustereted09:09
Starminnilea: Skype is an option. Not sure how well it fairs on Linux, thogh. Never tried09:09
ohsixapparently it can do voice and video with gmail/google talk though09:09
ileaok09:09
Starminnjiltdilt: So try unchecking them.09:10
Starminnohsix: That's what I was thinking of. I forgot ti was only for Google though09:10
ohsixso you can use gtalk for pidgin -> pidgin, or pidgin -> gtalk, or gmail if the plugin is loaded09:10
taranI am logged in a system having another disk visble to me.How casn I install new OS on this slave disk without logging out09:10
ririkhi. is this the right channel for installation vs hardware issues?09:10
oCeanririk: if it's about an ubuntu installation, you can certainly try here09:11
oCean!here09:11
ubottuPlease give at least an overview of your problem *here* (all in one line) - you will get a much greater audience. If you have to use more than 3 lines, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com09:11
ririkoCean: yes, it is. thanks. i am trying to install karmic koala on a vaio p (those little netbooks w/o a cd drive). i am trying to install it from a USB drive, however it keeps booting into the HD installation of Ubuntu, which hangs up on the login screen.09:13
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jnlsnl_hi, im new to linux, will programs line "gnome planner" work in natty with unity and all ?09:14
Starminnjnlsnl_: Natty support is in #ubuntu+109:14
jnlsnl_ok Starminn09:14
Starminnjnlsnl_: They'd know better than we. ;)09:14
ririkI changed the bios settings to boot from external device, and it worked perfectly when i previously installed ubuntu on it.09:14
no--nameanybody know how to make it so certain applications start maximised?09:16
Starminnririk: Have you, upon turning on your computer, gone to where you can choose your bootable medium (F12 on most Dells) and hit USB?09:16
oCeanririk: I have hardly any experience using usb installer. But I wonder why you use a 1,5 year old version, which will be out of support in a month or so09:16
Starminnno--name: When you close it, close it maximized?09:16
ririkit started hanging up on the login screen after i updated ubuntu, so i:m guessing the update messed up the drivers somehow09:16
Starminnno--name: It "remembers".09:16
no--nameStarminn: doesn't work with everything.09:17
ririkStarminn: yes, i have tried that09:17
brophatok critical_max09:17
brophatdo we need to check something?09:17
brophatthe wifi came right up this time09:17
brophatbut sometimes it does that too09:17
critical_maxbrophat, yeah let's check "lsmod | grep rt" again, pastebin please09:17
brophatok09:17
critical_maxbrophat, that sounds encouraging!09:17
ohsixno--name: you can use something like devilspie to do window matching and make certain things always maximized, among other things09:18
ohsixno--name: your window manager might already be able to do such a thing, too; like compiz09:18
no--namethanks ohsix,  I'll check it out09:18
brophatcritical_max http://pastebin.com/BL60qZFx09:19
Starminnno--name: Indeed. In Compiz it's "Window Rules" at the bottom.09:19
brophatcritical_max looks like it is still loading no?09:19
no--nameI don't use compiz... Devilspie seems to be doing the trick though09:20
StarminnYeah, if you don't use it then don't bother. Way overkill, haha09:20
darkexHi, I have a script I've put in /etc/init.d which is called ipv6.sh, and I'd like that script to autoload after networking on startup/reboot, how would I accomplish that?09:20
critical_maxbrophat, one more pastebin: "tail -20 /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf"09:20
StarminnMost people do though, so I was just throwing it out there09:20
brophatok09:20
dr0idhi, I want to know what BNC is , and how can I use it, anyone ? :)09:20
darkexdr0id, BouNCer, keeps your conneciton to IRC alive09:21
JonesNHHi how do I install wordpress?09:21
JonesNH'apt-get install wordpress'09:21
JonesNH?09:21
dr0idright, I just know that much :P09:21
dr0idJonesNH: lol, no09:21
JonesNHdr0id: why not?09:21
dr0idyou have to download the package and  follow the 5 min guide09:21
brophatcritical_max http://pastebin.com/A1bS1y1s09:21
critical_maxbrophat, also pastebin "modinfo rt2800lib" if it's more than one line please09:21
dr0idi.e., get the config right, and then open it in browser. it has an inbuilt installer09:21
brophatok09:22
ravenISO-file contains filenames like this: "file.end;1" how to repair?09:22
StarminnJonesNH: Yes. http://packages.ubuntu.com/maverick/web/ Down in "w" yeah09:22
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brophatcritical_max http://pastebin.com/N1EXgJvk09:23
StarminnJonesNH: (That's a list of all packages pertaining to Web. That site, thought, lists all packages so when in doubt you can check it.)09:23
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newbie01hi all, whats the command line to see what computers are on my network?09:23
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JonesNHStarminn: so it is possible?09:23
Starminn!packages | JonesNH09:23
ubottuJonesNH: You can browse and search for Ubuntu packages using !Synaptic, !KPackageKit, !Adept, "apt-cache search <keywords or regex>", or online at http://packages.ubuntu.com - Ubuntu has about 20000 packages available, so please *search* for an official package before installing things in awkward ways!09:23
dr0idwow, wordpress was available via apt-get, interesting09:24
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dr0ids/was/is09:24
JonesNHso dr0id was wrong09:24
JonesNH"lol"09:24
StarminnJonesNH: Yeah, according to Ubuntu.com the package for wordpress is "wordpress"09:24
JonesNHis there not a way to specify where u want a packagge installed with apt-get?09:24
ririkcan usb drives from different manufacturers behave differently in that some of them fail to work as bootable devices while others don:t?09:25
StarminnJonesNH: It takes care of all of that for you by default, but I don't know about telling it where to go. I know what you're trying to do and I remember when I installed Apache it went all over the place.09:25
StarminnJonesNH: Try this: http://nixcraft.com/ubuntu-debian/14489-how-does-apt-get-install-work.html09:26
JonesNHStarminn: will installing that package automatically configure apache for wordpress destination?09:26
JonesNHor not09:26
StarminnJonesNH: I don't know. I don't use Wordpress -- I use my own backends (though my needs are quite basic)09:27
StarminnJonesNH: The link I just gave you was intended to kind of make you think, "Well, I could take each step menually myself" which would let you install where you wanted (just not with "apt-get)09:27
newbie01hi all, whats the command line to see what computers are on my network?09:27
smwnewbie01, the only way to do that is do a network scan09:28
smwnewbie01, google nmap09:28
ohsixor arp -an, if the computer has done anything in that segment09:28
oCeansmw: don't suggest google here, thanks09:28
JonesNHWhy?09:28
smwoCean, why not?09:28
JonesNHUBUNTU HATES GOOGLE?09:29
Starminn!google | smw09:29
ubottusmw: While 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.09:29
ohsixif people could google their problems away they wouldn't be here, it's simple09:29
oCeansmw: that is never helpful.09:29
Marakachch0e09:29
ravenISO-file contains filenames like this: "file.end;1" how to repair?09:29
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smwoCean, Starminn, I gave what to look up! It is not the same as saying "go google it yourself"09:29
sacarlsonJonesNH: did you look at this https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WordPress ?09:29
slim_charlesdoes any one know of any software which will allow me to acces my files, mostly pictures from the webt, i have like 80 gb of them09:30
StarminnJonesNH: And actually Canonical agreed to help Google with making the ChromeOS, so no, far from it09:30
slim_charleslike i was thinking an ftp like one09:30
slim_charleswith thumbnails09:30
oCeansmw: don't suggest it here.09:30
smwoCean, Starminn, telling him to lookup nmap is legitimate help.09:30
oCeansmw: not in this channel thank you09:30
Starminnsmw: And it's not the same as saying, "Oh, here's a link to what you're looking for."09:30
ohsixslim_charles: you could mount the ftp, and view the files in nautilus09:30
newbie01smw, thanks09:31
slim_charleswell i want to view them when im not home09:31
smwnewbie01, yw09:31
slim_charlesit would be too much of a hassle to upload 60gb +\09:31
slim_charlesare there any image databasing solutions09:32
ohsixtheres flickr09:32
JonesNHSo where does 'wordpress' install to?09:32
JonesNHIf i install the package using apt09:32
ohsixbut if you're putting files on the web to access them remotely, you can't get around uploading them09:32
smwJonesNH, dpkg --listfiles package09:32
ohsixJonesNH: dpkg -L wordpress after its installed09:33
sacarlsonJonesNH: did you not read the link? sudo ln -s /usr/share/wordpress /var/www/wordpress09:33
oCeanJonesNH: /usr/share/wordpress most likely09:33
newbie01smw,  If im logged into the network through ssh is nmap still the only way09:33
ririkbye09:33
slim_charlesohsix, heres my end goal,   have only thumbnails while viewing them online, and if i want to pull on up then i would have to download it09:33
smwnewbie01, you can not "login to a network"09:34
JonesNHsacarlson: ?09:34
JonesNH:O09:34
JonesNHls -s?09:34
smwnewbie01, something like nmap is the only way09:34
newbie01smw,  a computer on the network09:34
newbie01i dont have control to sudo apt09:34
sacarlsonJonesNH: you have another question?09:34
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smwnewbie01, the only way is to test every ip and see if it works.09:34
smwnewbie01, nmap does that.09:35
ohsixarp -an too09:35
sacarlsonJonesNH: ln = symbolic link09:35
newbie01smw, ok thanks for the help09:35
JonesNHsacarlson: why?09:36
smwsacarlson, ln -s is symbolic link. ln is just "link"09:36
JonesNHsymbolic?09:36
ohsixmetaphoric09:36
smwJonesNH, symbolic means it points to the real file09:36
ohsixallegorical09:36
JonesNHdo I have to do some chown/chmod'ing to get wordpress to show on web? i've pointed apache's documentroot to /usr/share/wordpress09:36
sacarlsonJonesNH: that's where wordpress is installed so you link it to apache2 with sybolic link https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WordPress   see this for details09:36
JonesNHsmw: so what would a regular link be?09:36
smwJonesNH, a hard link is a link where both files point to the same inode09:37
abstraktJonesNH, http://gog.is/hard/link09:37
smwJonesNH, neither one is more real than the other09:37
ohsixabstrakt: o man you did a bad09:37
JonesNHso things pointing to file2 do not know they're being sent to file1, with -s?09:37
JonesNHbut they do with no -s09:37
JonesNH?09:37
smwother way around09:38
JonesNHokay09:38
smw-s means that a program can tell it is being redirected09:38
ohsixand works on directories09:38
ohsixand can cross filesystems09:38
JonesNHdo I have to do some chown/chmod'ing to get wordpress to show on web? i've pointed apache's documentroot to /usr/share/wordpress09:38
smwJonesNH, there is no good reason for a hardlink ;-)09:39
ravenISO-file contains filenames like this: "file.end;1" how to repair?09:39
ohsixJonesNH: thats not the right way to do it D:09:39
ejvwouldn't web server problems be better addressed in #httpd ?09:39
sacarlsonJonesNH: after the sybolic link is create it fails ?  or did you fail to create the sybolic link?09:39
JonesNH...09:39
smwJonesNH, wordpress is not something you should install from apt.09:39
JonesNHi didnt create one09:39
JonesNHi just set apache to /usr/share/wordress09:39
ohsixexcept when you do, apt will install security fixes09:40
smwohsix, true09:40
oCeansmw: sure you can. wp is in the repositories09:40
smwoCean, I know it is09:40
smwoCean, so is mediawiki09:40
sacarlsonJonesNH: did you not use the apt-get method to install wordpress?09:40
sacarlsonJonesNH: if not you may need to look into apparmor to get apache2 to allow that wordpress directory access09:41
ohsixi'd be looking at how ubuntu does virtualhosting and how you're expected to be able to use the installed files09:42
smwsacarlson, wait, how would apparmor help?09:42
sacarlsonsmw: I think apache2 is under the apparmor restricted list, am I wrong?09:43
ohsixapparmor has restrictions for apache, or something09:43
ejvblind leading the blind09:43
ohsixspeak up friend09:44
oCeanJonesNH: usually after installing such packages, the installer should create a blah.conf in /etc/apache2/conf.d pointing to the correct location09:44
StarminnMy system doesn't like Hibernating. Tips?09:44
quiescensmod_blah09:44
ohsixStarminn: does it like suspending09:44
Starminnohsix: Not sure. *tries*09:45
* quiescens waves Starminn goodbye09:45
ejvapparmor status can be invoked via apparmor_status but i seriously doubt anything is being enforced with regard to apache09:45
ohsixStarminn: if it does, make sure you have swap, and its uiid matches RESUME in initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume09:45
ohsixthat is, /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume09:45
Starminnohsix: Oh, nevermind. IT does. Everything's fine. I just got Hibernate and Suspend mixed up.09:46
Starminnohsix: I've always done that. It is my opinion that they should be switched. :)09:46
ohsixStarminn: if it does, make sure you have swap, and its uuid matches RESUME in /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume09:46
csenger41hey everyone09:46
Starminnohsix: Wait, what is hibernate supposed to do?09:47
ohsixStarminn: suspend to disk09:47
csenger41ive got a weird problem, anyone could help me? :S09:47
sacarlsonsmw: I was not totaly correct about apparmor as I look at sudo apparmor_status  apache2 isn't in it but mysql is so that's why I think I noted the problem before09:47
ejv!ask | csenger4109:47
ubottucsenger41: 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. :-)09:47
smw!ask | csenger4109:47
ohsixsuspend is suspend to ram, blinky light and all that09:47
csenger41ok sry09:47
ejvapologize to yourself, not us ;)09:48
csenger41so, i never shut down my comp with ubuntu 10.10 desktop09:48
brophatcritical_max ok09:48
ejvim on the edge of my seat waiting for the question/problem ...09:49
csenger41and sometimes after not using it for about 8 hours /sleep/ a cant load any of the google sites09:49
csenger41i mean gmail, google search, youtube09:49
Starminnohsix: What is hibernate supposed to do?09:49
csenger41but everything else yes09:49
ohsixStarminn: suspend to disk09:49
Starminnohsix: OH, sorry. :)09:49
csenger41only restart helps, neither reconnect to internet nor log out-log in09:50
Starminnohsix: When I "hibernate" I have to restart my computer from scratch. BIOS screen and all.09:50
ohsixhttps://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/C/httpd.html hur09:50
ohsixStarminn: does the uuid for your swap match the one in /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume09:50
Starminnohsix: How do I check?09:51
csenger41any suggestion for my problem?09:51
ohsixflail about wildly, then look at the contents of the file, and blkid, or /etc/fstab09:51
Starminnohsix: One sec, I need to ctake care of something totally unrelated09:52
marekw2143hi, when will next LTS ubuntu be released?09:52
ohsixme too, sleep09:52
ejvcsenger41: you've ruled out upstream issues, like bad DNS lookups on your network and/or from your provider, malfuntioning networking equipment, etc.09:53
JonesNHdoes wordpress need to be installed as root?09:53
JonesNH:)09:53
ejvhard to say if that's actually an ubuntu issue and not something else ;)09:53
red2kicmarekw2143: 12.04?09:53
ejvJonesNH: what do you think09:53
DOOXhi there i have a problem with the microphone09:53
csenger41ejv: but i can surf EVERYTHING else, for example facebook, yahoo09:53
* ejv shrugs09:53
vietredhow many people around you use ubuntu as their main OS?09:54
ohsix!poll | vietred09:54
ubottuvietred: 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.09:54
smwJonesNH, wordpress does not need to be installed as root.09:54
DOOX0.001 %09:54
marekw2143red2kic: yes09:54
smwvietred, I do.09:55
csenger41anyone else any suggestion? :(09:56
sacarlsonsmw: JonesNH: it would if you used th apt-get method to install it09:56
smwsacarlson, true...09:56
critical_maxcsenger41, the site "downforeveryoneorjustme.com" is actually quite relevant to your question.09:56
sacarlsonJonesNH: if you didn't use apt-get to install wordpress then I guess you will have to install the dependances manualy like mysql and ??09:58
newbie01what is command line to Scp from home computer to server?09:58
csenger41critical_max: sry but i cant anything else written by you for me09:58
brophatcritical_max09:59
Starminnohsix: Alright, back, so where do I look for this stuff? haha09:59
smwnewbie01, scp localfile user@host:/path/to/save/to09:59
newbie01smw,  tks09:59
SbiokoHello!10:01
SbiokoI have a problem with bootable DVDs10:01
SbiokoMy laptop does not boot with such DVDs10:01
Sbiokowhile I'm on Ubuntu10:01
Sbiokoit was ok on Windows10:01
SbiokoNow it just ignores bootable DVDs10:01
Sbiokoon startup10:01
Sbiokonot when I'm in system10:02
Starminn!enter | Sbioko10:02
ubottuSbioko: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line. Don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!10:02
StarminnThat's not Ubuntu, though. That's controlled before Ubuntu.10:02
SbiokoI know10:03
StarminnHave you checked your BIOS settings and ensured that it's set to boot CDs before HDD?10:03
Sbiokoyes10:03
linuxdoglll10:03
SbiokoDVD is before HDD10:03
Sbiokoin boot order10:03
StarminnWell on my computer I know I have to go to  Boot Settings (F12 on mine) to boot from external media10:03
Sinephi there10:03
felihey, i've got a strange problem with X and gdm, sometimes i've got X on ttys other then 7, and sometimes i even have to restart X or gdm to get it working (im using 10.04.2)10:05
Sbiokoand also, when I'm ubuntu, system just hangs when I insert dics10:05
Sbiokodisc10:05
SbiokoUbuntu 10.1010:05
SinepSbioko: stop inserting discs10:05
SbiokoSinep, very funny10:06
StarminnSinep: Not helpful10:06
Sinepsorry, just woke up10:06
SinepSbioko: completely hangs? or can you switch to console?10:06
Sbiokono10:06
Sbiokocompletely10:06
Sbiokoon Windows all worked10:06
Sinepkernel panic?10:06
Sbiokoscreen just brushes lines10:07
Sbiokoand that's all10:07
Sinepok10:07
Sbiokocompletely hangs10:07
Sbiokoonly hard reset helps10:07
Sinepand what does your log say after a reboot?10:07
SbiokoI mean shutdown10:07
Sbiokodid not see10:07
xerxeshi all10:07
Sinepcheck it10:07
Sinephi xerxes10:07
SinepSbioko: /var/log is the place to be10:07
xerxesSinep what's the name of the ubuntu off topics please ?10:08
xerxeshi Sbioko :D10:08
Sbiokoxerxes: hello10:08
red2kic!ot | xerxes10:08
ubottuxerxes: #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!10:08
Starminn#ubuntu-offtopic10:08
xerxesStarminn hi & thnx man !10:08
SbiokoSinep: lots of files there10:10
Sbiokowhich one to open10:10
SinepSbioko: start with messages10:10
nishantany alarm software out there10:11
brophatcritical_max10:11
Starminnnishant: Like alarm clock?10:12
nishantjust want to be reminded at certain time etc yes10:12
Starminnnishant: Search "alarm" in the Software Center10:12
nishantright10:12
StarminnThere's a few there. I think only 3 of those apply to you10:12
nishantthanks10:12
ileai instaled a nvidia video card and linux gives me 2 options at activating driver one of them is recomanded should i install the both or only the recomanded one?10:13
newbie01If i ssh into a machine, where I have a user, how can I check how much space I have left in commandline?10:16
greppynewbie01: df -kh10:16
newbie01tks10:16
nibblewith mc, how do I set userid or groupid as a numerical value, instead of only selecting from the list of known users?10:17
nibbleI'm talking about C-x o and C-x c10:18
jjpgreppy: what's the use of -k in df -kh ? I c no diff with df -h10:18
brophatcritical_max10:18
critical_maxk10:18
newbie01greppy, It says I have 62% but I dont think this correct10:18
jjpgreppy: why do u think so ?10:18
Starminn"-k     like --block-size=1K" according to "man df" if that means anything to you.10:18
jjpsorry, newbie, not greppy10:18
jjpStarminn: yes, but -h neutralizes -k so far I can c10:19
greppyjjp: it doesn't on all systems10:19
greppyI get to manage soliars, *bsd and linux systems, it's habit :)10:19
Starminnjjp greppy: Well "df" and "df -k" are no different on mine. "df -h" is MUCH sexier, though.10:19
jjpgreppy: I have the same issue :-)10:19
Starminns/sexier/legible10:19
newbie01greppy,  663G  389G  240G  62% but I have only 200mb on the system and im getting problems10:20
red2kicpydf got colors. <310:20
jjpgreppy: as an instance, I keep mistaking parameters for different versions of netstat, ping, route...10:21
slim_charlescan any one point me to a tutorial showing how to install an ftp server and have different users for it with password protection?10:24
Todd200Can someone help me with partitioning problems?10:24
coder2how to install mozilla.tar.gz in ubuntu?10:25
silveryTodd200 : hi, what do you need?10:25
red2kic!ff4 | coder210:26
ubottucoder2: Firefox 4 is the current stable version of Firefox. Current versions of Ubuntu do not have it (see !latest), but there is an unofficial and unsupported PPA that you can use by running the following command: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/firefox-stable && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install firefox10:26
Todd200Well since I'm trying to dual boot ubuntu and win7 I turned 2 partitions to logical (the recovery ones), but it only let's me make 1 new primary partition10:26
linuxdogkl10:28
wxlwu10:28
|Long|is there away to find out what the last program i installed on the system?10:28
Todd200Because I decided to change one of the logical ones back to primary, and was told not enough space on MBR10:29
red2kic|Long|: Somewhere in /var/log10:29
dydhi all10:29
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|Long|red2kic, thanks10:29
dydhow do i type a tilde in ubuntu shell? :) i remember i had to make alt + 126 in windows but here it won't work10:29
Todd200Any help?10:29
Pumpkin-dyd: I've no idea what keyboard layout you have or anything, so its kinda hard to say other than "press the tilde key". However, here is a tilde ~ so you can copy+paste it10:30
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Trashihi. i try to teach my apache2 to accept uploaded files... enabling mod_dav or mod_mime and restarting apache2 didnt work.. i got this tip from #apache ... hope someone can help?!10:32
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* Todd200 still needs help10:33
oCeanTrashi: you added a webdav.conf?10:33
dydthank you Pumpkin, i have an italian keyboard layout10:34
TrashioCean: i didnt know that i should ...maybe you know a howto or s.th. like this, thus i can read out10:34
Guest44405How to change name?10:34
Trashi /nick ...10:34
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oCeanTrashi: hang on, I have to check for myself10:35
TrashioCean: no problem10:35
|Long|red2kic, on /var/log, dont tell me much what program was the last installed10:35
shark1Thanks Trashi10:35
HyperHoRsehow do i install mandriva on linux using ubuntu using iso10:35
dombnexeni have one laptop  compaq presario c700 32bit,can i install on that ubuntu 10.10????10:36
navin_how can i format SDcard in ubuntu??any help10:36
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nishantwhy cant you format using standard methods10:37
XoD|Long|: /var/log/apt/history.log ?10:37
dombnexenplz  pm me10:37
navin_nishant:what standard method?10:37
ruan-schoolYeh right click format10:38
nishantyeah10:38
|Long|XoD,thanks10:38
nishantyour sdcard will show up in gui right click format it10:38
navin_ruan-school:there is no option like this...those are in window10:38
nishantdo you see the drive in ur desktop ?10:39
zvacet|Long|: find history in synaptic and there you will see what you are interested in10:39
nishantif you right click basically you must be seeing options to format it too10:39
sacarlson HyperHoRse maybe like this http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1288604  I've installed from my hard drive with the added grub2 entry10:39
decoderwhat's the proper way to deal with a package that is scheduled for removal but cannot be removed because the post-removal hook fails?10:39
nishantsafely remove drive etc being others10:39
navin_nishant:no dear is no option of"format"10:39
nishantwhat all option you can see ? maybe its right protected or something like that ? hmm10:40
riptly 10:40
akagi82_how do i update router firmware via terminal?10:40
navin_nishant:nothing like that..why you make thing complicated..if u hav no idea about it?10:40
nishantmaybe navin go figure yourself then ...10:41
XoDnavin_: which ubuntu version? i have those options in 10.10, not in 10.0410:41
dombnexeni have one laptop  compaq presario c700 32bit,can i install on that ubuntu 10.10????10:42
dombnexenplz  pm me10:42
HyperHoRsesacarlson: no i want to install mandriva alongside ubuntu on my hardrive.10:42
crhantrying10:42
XoDdombnexen: why should you not?10:42
oCeanTrashi: my basic setup: http://paste.ubuntu.com/585311/10:42
navin_XoD:i am using 9.0410:42
HyperHoRsesacarlson: every time i have done this so far with ubuntu it wont boot back into ubuntu.10:42
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sacarlsonHyperHoRse: so what's stoping you, it works for that too10:42
dombnexeni ask before doit cause its not my pc10:42
HyperHoRsesacarlson: everytime i have tried i have failed.10:43
XoDnavin_: well, obviously those options came in in 10.10... are you familiar with the command line (shell)/terminal window?10:43
HyperHoRsesarcarlson: big phat fail.10:43
Rad_Ahemnhi there10:43
Trashithank you very much ... this config file doesnt exist for me ... i'll try out!!10:43
sacarlsonHyperHoRse: well the install may change the default of the grub2 boot but that can be changed later to whatever you want10:43
lancelhellow, how things are going at ubuntu field ?10:43
navin_XoD:yes..a little,any command for format my sd card ?10:43
zvacetnavin:  9.04 is not supported any more upgrade10:43
HyperHoRsesacarlson: how do i do that?10:44
oCeanTrashi: the main thing is that you have both dav and dav_fs enabled and a location where it says 'Dav on'10:44
navin_zvacet:how can i update it?10:44
XoDnavin_: you have to know the device. easiest way if not: use 'dmesg' and look at output some seconds after putting in the card10:44
lancelat least my ubuntu is working like fish in the sea...10:44
sacarlsonHyperHoRse: just make sure you have or create a unused partition space to install to and point your new install to that10:44
riptlySo, I'm using 'Desktop recorder'  found in Ubuntu Software Center, and I'm having some issues to get sounds from both in (mic) and out (say browser, or game, or musik from a player). Anyone who have an idea what I should be looking at?10:45
TrashioCean: yep ... but where to define where the webdav.conf is? apache2.conf?10:45
navin_zvacet:how can i upgrade my 9.04?10:45
Starminn!upgrade | HyperHoRse10:45
XoDnavin_: then you have to decide if you want to A partition the card or (more likely) B use the whole card as one big thingie10:45
ubottuHyperHoRse: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes - see also http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/upgrade10:45
HyperHoRsesacarlson: but if grub buggars up what do i do10:45
StarminnHyperHoRse: But a fresh install is the preferred method10:45
jnlsnl_hmm im connectin a samsung syncmaster P2450 monitor to a asus ul80vt laptop, works with twinview and all, but if i try to change the position i get a wierd square of blackness in left corner of my main screen10:45
oCeanTrashi: by default all files in etc/apache2/conf.d are included. So I have it in that directory10:45
HyperHoRseubottu: what upgrades i am on 10.1010:45
ubottuI am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)10:45
zvacetnavin: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades/Jaunty10:45
Rad_Ahemn I just did an update on 10.10 and now sound isn't working - any ideas. I have tried all of https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting but to no avail10:45
HyperHoRsestarminn: i really want to delete ubuntu because it runs slowly on this computer im so friggen tempted.10:46
sacarlsonHyperHoRse: it's a oneliner boot a livecd and sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt; sudo grub-install --root-directory=/mnt /dev/sda # change sda1 and sda to your choice10:46
XoDnavin_: when you are with B and know the device, like uh, dunno for sd, maybe '/dev/hdd/ or so... (depends on many things, like ubuntu version :), you have to10:46
lancelI have no problems with my distro 10.1010:46
TrashioCean: in my case in conf.d there are to dirs: security and charset ...10:46
HyperHoRsesacarlson: huh10:46
jnlsnl_Any suggestions? :-)10:46
dydso lol to have those kind of problems... but i can't browse from the shell to my dekstop!10:46
navin_XoD:i got a long list of output when i ran dmesg...what to do next to format my SD card?10:46
dydi'm in home10:46
lancelnot even a single one... or maybe one or two10:46
azizLIGHTSis there any utility u know for tagging files,and searching for those files thru those tags, and seeing a tag cloud?10:46
dydif i type cd desktop "no such file or directory"10:46
dydand the name is in italian "Scrivania"10:47
TrashioCean: but i think conf.d/webdav.conf should work... ill try ... thanks for first ;)10:47
oCeanTrashi: if "Include conf.d/" is enabled in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf, it will include all config files in conf.d subdirectory. So you can go ahead and create the webdav.conf file there. At restart, it will be included10:47
dydis it case sensitive?10:47
XoDnavin_: 'mkfs.ntfs /dev/hdd' or 'mkfs.vfat /dev/hdd' or 'mkfs.ext2 /dev/hdd' <- as you can see, you have to decide which filesystem to use10:47
XoDnavin_: but *don't simply use hdd*, that might be your harddisk overwritten without warning!10:47
Texhello10:47
ruan-schoolDyd its case sensitive10:47
navin_XoD:thnks dear10:48
TexI wahe troubles reading a partition image file created with dd. http://pastebin.com/yFN7k88S   any ideas ?10:48
TexI have*10:48
dydruan-school: yep, thanks ;)10:48
navin_XoD:can i upgrade my ubuntu 9.04?10:48
zvacetdyd: and you want to go to the desktop then cd Desktop10:48
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Starminn!upgrade | navin_10:48
ubottunavin_: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes - see also http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/upgrade10:48
dydzvacet: yup, i've done it ;) thank you10:49
navin_thanks all10:49
XoDnavin_: sure you can, but you can format with 9.04 :)10:49
zvacetnavin: good luck with upgrade10:49
zvacetdyd: 8-)10:49
SEALs_seal-2anyone have problems ?10:50
Rad_AhemnI just did an update on 10.10 and now sound isn't working - any ideas. I have tried all of https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting but to no avail10:50
XoDnavin_: you can try: 'dmesg | grep blocks' and look for the last line a bit like [570260.802394] sd 6:0:0:0: [sdb] 1909504 2048-byte logical blocks: (3.91 GB/3.64 GiB)10:50
SEALs_seal-2has*10:50
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XoDnavin_: in this case i just put in an usb reader with card of 4GB which shows up as '/dev/sdb' . i *could* 'mkfs.vfat /dev/sdb' now!10:51
TexAny ideas why I cant read a partition image file :   http://pastebin.com/yFN7k88S10:51
XoDnavin_: and maybe you have to be root to use 'mkfs', so do 'sudo -s' and type your pw before the format10:52
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ruan-schoolIs there any way to autocomplete on a phone?10:54
HyperHoRsehow do i find out what kind of processor i have10:54
HyperHoRseif it is 64 bit or not10:54
HyperHoRsein ubuntu10:54
XoDruan-school: yes, ask the guy on the other side, what you think....10:54
Pumpkin-HyperHoRse: try cat /proc/cpuinfo10:55
XoDruan-school: (i don't understand the question:)10:55
ruan-schoolHyper lscpu or cat proc/cpuinfo10:55
HyperHoRsePumpkin what that for terminal?10:55
Pumpkin-yeah. Will print a load of info about your CPU(s).10:55
HyperHoRse$ cat /proc/cpuinfo10:56
HyperHoRseprocessor: 010:56
HyperHoRsevendor_id: GenuineIntel10:56
HyperHoRsecpu family: 1510:56
HyperHoRsemodel: 210:56
FloodBot3HyperHoRse: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.10:56
HyperHoRsemodel name: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.60GHz10:56
StarminnHyperHoRse: "uname -m"10:56
jjpHyperHoRse: have the cpu codename ?10:56
StarminnHyperHoRse: AMD64 = 64-bit10:56
oCeanStarminn: that is the kernel, not the hardware10:56
StarminnoCean: Ah.10:56
ruan-schoolJmirc, nokia smartphone, need to autocomplete10:56
StarminnHyperHoRse: Disregard that, then10:56
oCeanHyperHoRse: type this "grep lm </proc/cpuinfo" - if your cpu has lm (=longmode) option, than is has 64bit capabilities10:57
XoDruan-school: that's a Jmirc question (whatever that may be)... i only know ubuntu :/10:57
sacarlsontex I think you need something like sudo losetup  /dev/loop0 ~/loopfile.image10:57
XoDruan-school: tried the TAB key?10:57
oCeanruan-school: on htc it is the search button10:57
HyperHoRseoCean: I am on 32 bit ubuntu that command did nothing.10:58
HyperHoRseclflush size : 6410:58
ruan-schoolI'm on a nokia 523010:58
HyperHoRseis that 64 bit10:58
oCeanHyperHoRse: if it did not return any flags, then your cpu does not have the longmode, e.g. it's not 64bit capable10:58
HyperHoRseeven if im in ubuntu 32bit10:58
jjpHyperHoRse: yes; cpu flags are returned even if u are on ubuntu 32 bits10:59
HyperHoRsecool10:59
oCeanHyperHoRse: you have to check the "flags" line. Only if "lm" is there, then it has 64bit capabilities10:59
HyperHoRseubuntu runs slowly.10:59
HyperHoRsewhat does that mean10:59
jjpHyperHoRse: what about top ?10:59
jjp'top' command I mean11:00
HyperHoRsehow do i install mandriva without fucking up grub?11:00
HyperHoRsealongside linux.11:00
oCeanHyperHoRse: control your language11:00
HyperHoRseubuntu.11:00
HyperHoRsesorry.11:00
FloodBot3HyperHoRse: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.11:01
brophatcritical_max11:03
critical_maxhey11:03
TheKroquick question: I know the latest stable version of google chrome is 10.0.648.204 .  But I have 5.0.375.127, and apt-get update says nothing about a new version. can this be because I'm still running lucid LTS?  How do I find out if this is an issue with my updates, or if 5.0.375.127 is the latest version to ship for lucid?11:03
sagaciHave to get it via ppa if you want updates11:05
TheKrosagaci: deb http://dl.google.com/linux/deb/ stable main is in my aptitude list11:06
oCeanTheKro: you mean chromium?11:07
oCean!info chromium-browser lucid | TheKro11:07
ubottuTheKro: chromium-browser (source: chromium-browser): Chromium browser. In component main, is optional. Version 10.0.648.133~r77742-0ubuntu0.10.04.1 (lucid), package size 14960 kB, installed size 52492 kB11:07
TheKrooCean: no, google chrome stable11:07
sagaciI don't use chrome so someone else may be able to help11:08
oCeanTheKro: well only chromium is the opensource version, You probably installed chrome from ppa?11:08
xiaoshenmy desktop background became black and white color11:09
xiaoshenhow to fix it :(11:09
TheKrooCean: I downloaded a .deb, installed with dpkg, and as part of the install, added a google-chrome.list to sources.list.d .11:09
TheKrooCean: which contains the deb line I quoted above11:09
TheKrooCean: (the install process made the google.chrome.list file, I didn't create it myself)11:10
oCeanTheKro: I understand. Since it is 3rd party install, we cannot possibly tell if there will be issues with dependencies during updates etc11:10
n_akTheKro, try this http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/ppas/811:10
Pupeno[work]Any ideas what program can I use to send non standard http methods to my server (for testing)?11:11
TheKrooCean: I'll take a look11:12
oCean!ppa | TheKro disclaimer for ppa11:13
ubottuTheKro disclaimer for ppa: A Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and should be used at your own risk.11:13
TheKrooCean: thanks - looks like the address in the .list file had to be changed from http://dl.google.com/linux/deb/ to http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/ - picked up the new update now.11:15
jnlsnl_when i plung an external screen in my laptop and use twinview, the icons don't transferre to the new main screen. Any suggestions??11:15
libowen_hi11:15
verachowdy11:15
libowen_\join #ubuntu-cn11:16
veracdon't wanna11:16
veracand btw.. your slash \ was the wrong wa11:16
veracway11:16
dyddamn printer won't print only the number 4... lol11:18
dydfrom gedit11:18
dydwhat the hell of problem is that :)11:19
jnlsnl_when i plung an external screen in my laptop and use twinview, the icons don't transferre to the new main screen. Any suggestions??11:20
libowen_hello  everyone11:22
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needlezhi,  my gdm login is gone... its just no longer there at all how can I get it back?? also plymouth is gone too11:22
sbiokoHi, I'm back11:22
sbiokoIn log: Seems like drive does not support multisession CDs11:23
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sbiokoand Ubuntu hangs when I insert disc11:23
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sbiokoGuys, please help11:24
sbiokoUbuntu 10.10 hangs when I insert disc11:24
sbiokoIn /var/log/messages: Seems like drive does not support multisession CDs11:25
sbiokoAnd screen just draws lines and that's all11:25
oCeansbioko: no need to repeat, and keep your messages in single line, as you have been told before11:25
sbiokooCean: ok, sorry11:25
tkbeat_hello, can anyone tell me where i can find the ubuntu iptables script ? i wanna place a rule in there ?!11:25
kroimpahi guys11:25
oCeantkbeat_: have a look in /etc/ufw11:25
oCean!ufw > tkbeat_11:26
ubottutkbeat_, please see my private message11:26
tkbeat_thank u, i will have a go...11:26
kroimpai was looking in my auth.log and i noticed a whole not of cron jobs being executed in a small timeframe, is this normal?11:26
kroimpahttp://pastebin.com/uaSnUWR511:27
kroimpaall cron jobs only half an hour appart11:27
sbiokoanyone?11:27
[deXter]Hi all11:28
dydwhat's the best graphical+code editor for web development? i need something similar to front page. I've tried Kompozer but has an orrible code editing.11:29
oCean!best | dyd11:29
ubottudyd: 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.11:29
kroimpadyd, adobe dreamweaver?11:29
kroimpadyd, im loving it11:29
sbiokodyd: gedit11:30
kroimpanotepad11:30
[deXter]After installing the ntfs-3g driver manually (new version) the automounting behaviour of external NTFS HDDs has changed. Now I need to manually mount it as root, or use ntfsconfig to automount it at boot. Neither option is desirable. How do I revert back to stock behaviour? I've even reverted to the ntfs-3g in the official repos.11:30
dyd:)11:30
dydkroimpa: dreamweaver works on ubuntu?11:31
[deXter]dyd: using wine, yes11:31
tuxx_dyd: yea not natively11:31
thauriswulfaQUESTION: computer automatically shutdown when i try to boot ubuntu after clicking grub menu11:31
dydcan wine support also front page?:)11:31
tuxx_dyd: frompage is a piece of poop11:31
kroimpahahahah11:31
dydi knew somebody would say that. i need to complete easy tasks and i'm so used to do that quickly with FP11:32
tuxx_boot windows11:32
tuxx_its really your best option11:32
tuxx_even if it works in wine.. it probably wont be very nice11:32
sbiokoguys please help11:32
[deXter]It actually works pretty decent in wine11:32
thauriswulfaQUESTION: computer automatically shutdown when i try to boot ubuntu after clicking grub menu11:33
oCean!please > sbioko11:33
ubottusbioko, please see my private message11:33
dydwell i'll get used to edit directly with bluefish on html, don't wanna start windows again :)11:33
hated_bobdyd: Package bluefish11:33
hated_bobmaverick (web): advanced Gtk+ HTML editor [universe]11:33
thauriswulfaQUESTION: computer automatically shutdown when i try to boot ubuntu after clicking grub menu guys plz plz help me11:34
oCeanthauriswulfa: no need to repeat that quickly11:34
thauriswulfaoCean: ok11:34
[deXter]dyd: Seriously though, get sublime text 2. It's not graphical but it's got powerful macros and an awesome interface.11:35
dyddeXter: I'll check it out, thanks11:35
dyd[deXter]: I'll check it out, thanks11:36
erUSUL!html11:36
ubottuhtml is HyperText Markup Language, used to build web pages. WYSIWYG editors: KompoZer (was Nvu), Iceape Composer, Amaya (Hardy or earlier) - Development environments: Bluefish, Quanta+, Screem - For a howto on HTML coding, see: http://www.w3schools.com/11:36
dyderUSUL: thanks!11:37
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erUSULdyd: there is also aptana ( based on eclipse ) http://www.aptana.com/11:38
creat0rWhere can i found windows shared folder on ubuntu?11:39
erUSULcreat0r: Places>Network>WindowsNetwork ?11:39
dydcreat0r: i think places -> connect to computer11:40
stethoHi all. I've got an Ubuntu 10.10 server box with two NICs, eth0=129.168.199.150/255.255.248.0 and eth1=192.168.111.253/255.255.255.0. Using a combination of Google and experience I've got to the point where the Ubuntu box can ping anything in either network and machines on one network can ping the other networks interface (eg, 192.168.111.1 can ping 192.168.199.150). However after 2 days of trying I still can't get over the final hurdle of getting machine11:40
stethos to talk to the other network. I'm assuming it's NAT related but can't crack it. Can anyone offer me some pointers?11:40
dydcreat0r: i think places -> connect to server and choose windows share11:40
Pumpkin-stetho: have you turned on forwarding ? (have a look at the output of " sysctl -a | grep ipv4 | grep forwarding " ?11:41
erUSULstetho: enable ip forwarding? setting up the correct routes?11:41
creat0rerUSUL: nothing shown there in the path u gave me11:42
Pumpkin-stetho: if its all stuff that ends in 0's, thats almost certainly your problem11:42
erUSULcreat0r: then try what dyd said11:42
stethoYes, forwarding is on (I used echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward )11:42
rigelI'd like to not have to type in my password at every prompt by update manager. i've put /usr/bin/update-manager in the sudoers file but it still asks me for my pw11:42
rigelwondering why that might be11:42
dydi need a software that analyzes my local area network, detecting devices, loggin ip, machine names11:42
kubanchow do i install metacity theme?11:43
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erUSUL!info netmap | dyd11:43
kubancsorry, i meant compiz, because i have compiz running11:43
ubottudyd: Package netmap does not exist in maverick11:43
ikoniakubanc: just trag it on to the theme menu11:43
erUSUL!info zenmap | dyd11:43
ubottudyd: zenmap (source: nmap): The Network Mapper Front End. In component universe, is extra. Version 5.21-1~build1 (maverick), package size 662 kB, installed size 2400 kB11:43
ikonia!theme | kubanc11:43
ubottukubanc: Find your themes at: http://www.gnome-look.org - http://art.gnome.org - http://www.kde-look.org - http://kubuntu-art.org - http://themes.freshmeat.net/browse/58/ - http://www.guistyles.com - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/ - Also see !changethemes and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuEyeCandy11:43
dydcreat0r: you need to know the ip address of the machine that hosts the shared folder and the share name / folder name11:44
dydthanks again, erUSUL11:44
stethoPumpkin- Actually, you're right. Lots of zeros. So the ip4 forwarding setting to 1 isn't enough?11:44
istokdyd, terminal: sudo apt-cache search network | egrep 'analyze|routing|machine|detect|device'11:44
istokthat should find something.11:44
creat0rdyd: its not a good idea because my LAN user get IP address from a DHCP server and i have to make backup each day for their Hard drive11:44
dydcreat0r: try to use the machine name11:45
creat0rdyd: My Company have 15 computer in the LAN i shared all their hard drive and created a script to make backup each day but i couldnt found any of this shared folder in my ubuntu server11:46
creat0r:S:S:S:11:46
Pumpkin-stetho: I've not used the /proc/sys thing for a while. I always just set sysctl forwarding stuff. I'd add forwarding entries for the interfaces you want to forawrd to the bottom of /etc/sysctl.conf and use "sysctl -p" to do it now.11:46
Pumpkin-hope thats clear enough11:46
dydistok i'll try this command11:46
typerhackhi i have problem with remastersys gui can somebody hep me please?11:47
erUSULcreat0r: use the machines names ?11:47
istokdyd, it's good for checking the repositories for software, can get a little pedantic on the exact wording to return matches, but usually you find what you're looking for.11:48
kubancikonia, Installation for theme "METAGOTCHI" failed. cannot move directory over directory11:48
ikoniakubanc: what do the instructions say do ?11:48
typerhackneed help!!!11:48
dydistok: yes, i thought that was a command to analyze network! great hint for any software i need. thanks11:49
ikoniatyperhack: ask a question !11:49
typerhackikonia:having problem with gui in rymastersys11:49
ikoniatyperhack: ok, still waiting for a question11:49
typerhackikonia; i can create the iso via terminla11:49
ikoniatyperhack: still waiting for a question11:49
BajK*gonna sue Mozilla for false advertising* or is there a hidden setting to enable the new shiny bling bling Firefox 4 interface?11:49
typerhackikonia: but the gui cannot creat the iso file11:50
ikoniaBajK: do you have an ubuntu support question11:50
typerhackhow can i fix this?11:50
BajKikonia: yes. How do I enable thje new FIrefox 4 interface in Ubuntu?11:50
stethoPumpkin- It's perfectly clear thanks - I understand this stuff just didn't know how to do it because I've never needed to do it before. I've just done it and jumped that final hurlde! Thanks for your help.11:50
ikoniatyperhack: ok, what happens when you try11:50
typerhackikonia: how can i fix this?11:50
BajKor did Mozilla give a sh** about Linux users?11:50
XoDdyd: you don't need 'sudo' for the search btw11:50
ikoniaBajK: firefox 4 is not pacakged by ubuntu, contact the PPA owner, or ask in #ubuntu-mozilla-team11:50
erUSULtyperhack: "the gui cannot creat the iso file" is not really enough info to fix anything11:50
ikoniatyperhack: what happens when you try to make an iso11:50
XoDistok: and that *didn't* find 'zenmap' :/11:50
BajKikonia: I did not add any extra PPAs11:50
ikoniaBajK: please control your langauge11:50
erUSUL!details | typerhack11:51
ubottutyperhack: 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 ..."11:51
ikoniaBajK: where did you get firefox 4 from11:51
BajKikonia: auto-update11:51
istokdyd, yeah, it's a command to search, but it should have atleast returned a few programs you could use to analyze your network11:51
ikoniaBajK: what version of ubuntu11:51
typerhackikonia: the process goes but in the end when i check the rymastersys folder ther is no iso in the process it says: cannot vreat the iso file11:51
BajK10.1011:51
ikoniaBajK: firefox 4 is not in 10.1011:51
tuxx_i'm having some issues with gdm crashing on boot.. it only happens sporadically... i think it might have someting to do with drivers loading too late... so X cant start..11:51
istokit isn't really good for anyone to recommend something, you really need to try it out for yourself, try a few, then decide what's best for your needs.11:51
ikonia!firefox11:52
ubottufirefox is the default web-browser on Ubuntu. To install the latest version, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FirefoxNewVersion Installing plugins: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FirefoxPlugins - See also !firefox-3.511:52
tuxx_has anyone experienced such problems with gdm?11:52
* BajK is hoping for Canonical to ditch the stupid browser that will become the Internet Explorer 6 of the present aka Firefox and use a decent WEBKIT (because WEBKIT is the future) browser, such as Chromium or better: Rekonq but well Canonical also tries to fix a entirely broken thing (Gnome) by creating its own broken thing (Unity) instead of just ditching that middle age GTK stuff and use the supieror KDE instead11:52
istok:/11:52
kubancikonia, sorry, i missed looked the instructions..11:52
ikoniakubanc: no problem, easy to make mistakes11:52
typerhackikonia:i'm using sudo in the command line11:53
ikoniatyperhack: launch the gui with gksudo, no sudo11:53
typerhackikonia: gksudo remastersys?11:53
typerhackikonia: i'm using sudo for this command: sudo remastersys dist11:54
typerhackikonia: and it works11:54
typerhackikonia: i want to make the GUI works11:55
xerxesdyd what's the matter mate ?11:57
xerxesohhhh11:57
MadRobotHi all.11:57
xerxeshi MadRobot :)11:57
catphishcan anyone point me to the documentation for the /etc/network/interfaces for bridges?11:58
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grenadecx-AscendHey, does anyone know a program which I can check all the scripts that runs at bootup time/or at all the runlevels11:59
dydHI11:59
jribgrenadecx-Ascend: none exists12:00
ARERXola12:00
jribgrenadecx-Ascend: what do you want to accomplish?12:00
ARERXojojojojojojjoç12:00
ARERXppçç12:00
PiciARERX: Stop that.12:00
ARERXno12:01
typerhackany one can help me with the remastersys?12:01
ARERXdfeho12:01
ARERXo12:01
ARERXo12:01
FloodBot3ARERX: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.12:01
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grenadecx-AscendI'm doing audit of several servers, and I wanted to know if there was a way to do what I asked12:01
libowen_  i want to make friend with someone from US12:01
grenadecx-AscendI miss rc-update ;<12:01
charolastrai just ran the weekly update and now the flash plugin disapeared from all my browsers. was removal the security update?12:01
Picilibowen_: This is a support channel. If you're looking to chat you can join #ubuntu-offtopic12:02
dydall ok12:02
jribgrenadecx-Ascend: no, for the services that are still using sysv-init scripts, you can use sysv-rc-conf.  But for upstart there is no such tool.  Remember, with upstart services start after certain events fire.  You'd have to read /etc/init/*.conf.  However, if you run "initctl list" you'll get the current status of the services.  That may be sufficient for you12:03
typerhackho can i fix the gui of remastersy to make the iso? remastersys cannot do it via gu but it can make the iso via terminal12:03
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grenadecx-Ascendjrib, Thanks. I was hoping for some tool for this, too bad there isn't one :/12:04
grenadecx-AscendUhm, in what version of Ubuntu was upstart implemented?12:08
n_akeither 9.10 on 10.0412:09
n_akor*12:09
charolastradoes adobe flash still work for you guys?12:09
grenadecx-AscendHm, thanks12:09
grenadecx-Ascendflash works for me12:09
charolastradid you run the update?12:10
grenadecx-Ascendyeah, let me jus double check ^_^12:10
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grenadecx-AscendYup, runs fine12:11
grenadecx-Ascendwhat browser do you use12:11
charolastraall of them; plugin disapeared after the update :/12:12
grenadecx-Ascendhm12:12
lekremyelsewThe Go command in SciTE compiles the program and runs it, displaying the output of the program in a separate pane in the editor. The Output pane does not pause during cin commands because it is just for output. So the question is, is there a way to make the Go command run the program in a terminal by default?12:13
grenadecx-Ascendcharolastra, run, locate libflashplayer12:14
azizLIGHTShow to tag files and searhg with tags in ubuntu?12:15
Salih-kHello guys. I have a urgent situation i couldnt recover grub2 after installation windows 712:15
charolastrahmm, just ran dpkg-reconfigure on it and now it loads12:15
grenadecx-Ascend^_^12:15
charolastranot funny ...12:16
grenadecx-AscendI'm sure it will be fixed12:17
ziouhello - is there a LIGHTweight ODF/DOC viewer (aka NOT open/libre/k/office/abiword) that you guys know of? I just can't find that12:18
jiltdilsoftware to make video using text and still photo in ubuntu?12:19
jiltdil software to make video using text and still photo in ubuntu?12:19
_vaibhav_jiltdil: PiTivi12:20
jiltdili am unable to install anyting from software center when i am clicking to install buttom it doesnot gives any response?12:20
grenadecx-AscendBy the way, anyone knows what represents the inittab in Ubuntu? Or where which runlevel should start at boot?12:21
ruan-schoolJiltdil have you tried gksudo software-center?12:22
catphishgrenadecx-Ascend: google upstart12:22
catphish/etc/event.d/12:22
grenadecx-AscendYeah, found it, Thanks.12:22
jiltdilruan-school: i directly want to install it from s/w center as i know about gksudo  actually  this problem arises from last two days so i want to get rid of this12:23
uabn93Can I get help here installing the latest version of KVirc chat client?12:23
amalgamawhen you download a desktop environment for ubuntu (running 10.10), does it come with apps or not?? eg apt-get install gnome-desktop, will it install any apps with it?12:24
jribamalgama: if you mean "ubuntu-desktop" for example, yes it include applications12:25
amalgamajrib: how can i download just the environment, in order to check it, without any apps??12:26
jiltdili am unable to install anyting from software center when i am clicking to install buttom it doesnot gives any response?12:26
ruan-schoolThe default apps eg. Kde has konqueror12:26
dbkblkamalgama, you can use Synaptic to check what are the dependencies on the package of the desktop environment you want to use12:27
jribamalgama: well environment includes apps.  Gnome is a set of libraries and standard apps.  What do you want exactly?12:27
kebabkebabMy webcam stopped working after the installing updates. Is it possible to revert/uninstall the upgrades?12:27
Kartagisdo you guys know how I can build mplayer with x264 support?12:28
hohohi12:29
hohoanyone know what this error mean?12:29
hohounexpected tag 103 [receiver]12:30
hoho2011/03/25 12:17:17 [17483] rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(1139) [receiver=3.0.7]12:30
hoho2011/03/25 12:17:17 [17482] rsync: connection unexpectedly closed (70 bytes received so far) [generator]12:30
hoho2011/03/25 12:17:17 [17482] rsync error: error in rsync protocol data stream (code 12) at io.c(601) [generator=3.0.7]12:30
amalgamajrib,dbkblk: for example, i would like to download kde, for ubuntu 10.10, and xfce, to see how usable they are and how i can handle them... I wouldnt like to have their apps because at this point i want to see the use of the DE and not fill my computer with apps of a number of DEs12:30
FloodBot3hoho: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.12:30
hoho2011/03/25 12:17:17 [17483] rsync: connection unexpectedly closed (70 bytes received so far) [generator]12:30
nothingspecialKartagis: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=78609512:30
jribamalgama: do you just want the window manager?12:30
Kartagisthanks nothingspecial12:31
nothingspecialKartagis: Nope that was ffmpeg, I meant this http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=108107012:32
nothingspecialKartagis: ooops12:32
amalgamajrib: i dont think its the windows managers... for example, what is KDEs window manager?? does it run over gnome??  - maybe i am way off here of course... :)12:33
dbkblkamalgama, i don't know if it's possible because DE need some apps that are trully integrated. But, with gnome, there is gnome-core, so you might find equivalent for others DE12:34
[1]JakeHello everyone.  I have a Nvidia Geforce GT 330m and using the tutorials I still can't get advanced video working.  Anyone here manage to get it to work for them?12:34
hohohow?12:35
hohoanyone know what that error mean?12:35
jribamalgama, dbkblk: right, even gnome-core includes applications because that's essentially what a desktop environment *is*12:35
Salih-kGuys. Seriously i broke the boot. I can only access ubuntu on live cd how can i fix this when i open the computer i got this "minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywhere else TAB lists possible device or file completions. grub>"12:36
amalgamajrib, dbkblk: ok ok, so, for example, for gnome, just the DE is the gnome-core package??? Thanx, thats what i wanted, a basic step on how to start looking.. If it has just the basic apps I am ok, but i wouldnt want to download kde and have eg amarok on my laptop12:36
amalgamai will check the "core" packages... Thanx ppl....12:36
jribamalgama: usually "core" or "base"12:37
rados_hi I installed Ubuntu and now it is dual booting with Windows(my friends laptop)...the wireless button is not working in Ubuntu-why?12:37
dbkblkamalgama, if you are on gnome, use synaptic and right click on a package to check the dependencies !12:37
zvacetamalgama: you can install amarok in gnome if that is what you want12:37
Salih-kAny solutions?12:38
[1]Jakerados: I had the same issue with one of my laptops.  I had to finally install the binary drivers to get it to work.12:38
zvacetSalih-k: try to reinstall grub12:38
[1]Jakerados:  Although mine was a problem with Fedora but the problem was exactly the same.12:39
Salih-kzvacet: could you please say more how can i reinstall it i have 10.10 maverick version and i just can run ubuntu on live cd12:40
zvacetSalih-k: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2#Reinstalling from LiveCD12:40
amalgamaone more question ppl: do you think its safe to download gnome shell through synaptic at this point?? has anyone heard of any problems afterwards (eg broken packages or dependencies)?12:41
uabn93How can I get the latest software if it isn't in the software center?12:42
posshey guys, really simple question:  so the update manager installed firefox4, but the menu sill launches firefox 3.6, how can i fix it?12:42
rados_hi anybody...wireless button is not working and additional drivers can't be found on my Ubuntu 10.10...is it maybe bad installation12:42
zvacetuabn93:  from launchpad maybe12:43
kodapa:o12:43
[1]Jakerados what model laptop?12:43
zvacetuabn93: or you can compile yourself12:43
uabn93poss: I dont think firefox for was ever included in the update manager. I updated today and it was still 3.612:44
[1]Jakeposs: I had the same problem on one machine yesterday.  I resolved it by backing up firefox settings then downloading ff4.  Unistall ff 3.6 then using the dl installing ff412:45
rados_[1]Jake, HP...on Windows 7 its all workin12:45
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ioposs, take a look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FirefoxNewVersion12:46
Guest18383hello12:46
ZULOhi all12:46
possthanks guys12:46
[1]Jakerados: Not all drivers will install automatically.  My fedora unit I had to manually find the driver and download it to get it working.  But as I said that was Fedora12:47
gzorhi guys, i p12:47
rados_[1]Jake, I had problems during Ubuntu download...maybe it has something broken but it did install12:47
rados_[1]Jake, I never had before that kind of problems12:48
[1]Jakerados:  I am just a novice but if you search for the model of your wireless card you may find the driver in binary form and have to install it using terminal12:48
gzori point in my xorg.conf direct on my gpu's by using the BusID. But the bus id changes sometimes... can i do anything against it?12:48
Aquaguyhow can I get a list of connected serial devices? I cant remember it was something like mesg | ttyS12:48
ZULOany1 know how to activate wlan + lan without lose internet connection?12:49
terryrados_: Did you check the media for integrity?12:49
rados_terry,no...I now see even some apps I not working12:49
terryrados_: What apps?12:50
terryrados_: What drivers?12:50
ZULOany1 know how to activate wlan + lan without lose internet connection??12:50
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rados_terry, additional drivers don't find anything, startup disc creator can't start and so on12:50
ringlejhow can I make the desktop settings on a user the default for any new user created?12:51
terryZULO: What?12:51
rados_terry, do I need to make new complete install or can I fix this (fast if possible)12:51
terryrados_: Do you have internet connection?12:51
terryrados_: If so, do updates12:52
rados_terry, yes with eth but now with wlan12:52
terryrados_: sudo apt-get upgrade12:52
terryZULO: They should be both active already?12:52
jribringlej: what settings exactly?12:52
ZULOterry, i have internet connection while have off lan interface, but when i turn on eth0 interface i lose internet12:53
ZULOhow i can fix that..?12:53
kroshHi. Is there some client app to get hour from a server?12:53
terryZULO: How is it you are turning on eth0?12:53
ringlejjrib: Like icons that I''ve put on the toolbar next to Applications Places System menu12:53
terryZULO: And what is the eth0 interface connected to?  Anything?12:54
bluumgzor: probably too hard to fix this in the kernel. have a boot script create a correct xorg.conf automatically12:54
ZULOpluggin the wire rj4512:54
AquaguyHello12:54
gzorthanks @ bluum :)12:54
jribringlej: see http://library.gnome.org/admin/ .  For things controlled by gconf, you can set system-wide defaults12:54
terryZULO: Where does the wire go?12:54
[1]JakeI have a Nvidia Geforce GT 330m and using the tutorials I still can't get advanced video working.  Anyone here manage to get it to work for them?12:54
ringlejjrib: thanks12:54
AquaguyI have a phone connected as a modem and I want to send data to the phone. the phone is connected as ttyACM012:55
ZULOto router with 4 ports12:55
Aquaguyhow can I stablish a connection?12:55
Salih-kThanks guys finally i manage  to recover grub12:55
AquaguyAnyone, plese?12:56
Aquaguyplease12:56
uabn93Aquaguy: connection to what?12:57
S74rk7Aquaguy: whats up m8?12:57
terryZULO: So how is it you are activating the eth0 device?  (Using the network manager?)12:57
ZULOyes12:57
terryZULO: Check or change the cable.  (Could be a bad wire.)12:58
iokrosh, what do you mean by 'hour'?12:58
ruanAquaguy: what's the problem?12:58
Aquaguyuabn93, it's a nokia n70, connected as a modem, I want to send AT commands to that phone. In windows I use hyperterminal connect to the COMX port and send the AT commands, but in ubuntu I dont know how to establish a connection with ttyACM devices (USB ACM device)12:58
ruannormally i use bluetooth. goes at 80 kB/s12:58
ZULOi tried with other wires, but when connect the wire internet turn off12:59
ZULOi think ubuntu want connect for internet via eth12:59
AquaguyWhat I pretend to do is send sms short messages using PHP, for that I need to open a connection with the phone. it says that should be something like dio_open('/dev/ttyS1')12:59
terryZULO: Maybe the eth0 interface is defective.13:00
Aquaguybut the phone is getting connected as ttyACM0 instead of ttySX13:00
terryZULO: What does ifconfig say to you?13:00
ZULOi can paste resut here?13:01
pterahello, i need some help please : I happened to delete my Videos folder and it's not in the trash bin. How can I recover it please?13:01
ZULOresult*?13:01
terryZULO: ifconfig  #Terminal command that will configure or show network device info.13:01
terryZULO: No13:01
terryZULO: ifconfig | pastebinit13:02
xerxesptera are u here ???13:02
io!recover | ptera13:02
ubottuptera: Some tools to recover lost data are listed and explained at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DataRecovery - Recovering deleted files on !ext3 filesystems can be virtually impossible, although methods that might work is some cases are described at at http://www.xs4all.nl/~carlo17/howto/undelete_ext3.html and http://projects.izzysoft.de/trac/ext3undel13:02
xerxesadd this as well :D http://www.linux.com/archive/articles/5814213:02
terryZULO: Or just paste to http://paste.ubuntu.com13:02
dabbishI'm trying to upload a file with scp, can somebody tell me what I am doing wrong here please? http://dpaste.com/525499/13:02
pterathanks xerxes and io going to try13:02
sacarlsonZULO: I think you need like https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Internet/ConnectionSharing13:02
xerxes=D np ^^13:03
pteraBut i Already have testdisk, but I didn't find the Videos folder13:03
terrysacarlson: I don't think that is what he is trying to do... but not sure....13:03
ZULOhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/585374/13:03
uabn93Aquaguy: The best technical guys aren't on at the moment. I was here looking for help earlier as well.13:03
ZULOsacarlson i saw that guide, but if i can connect both interfaces at the same time13:03
ZULOi cant start that...xd13:03
sacarlsonZULO: and also disable network manager13:03
alumnoEy, i have a question13:04
alumnohow can i enter as admin?13:04
alumnoi am on max13:04
jribZULO: scp -i file.pem localpath host:remotepath     You have "ssh" in there for some reason13:04
alumnojrib how to open .exe13:04
sacarlsonZULO: sudo service network-manager stop13:04
jrib!wine | alumno13:05
ubottualumno: WINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu13:05
dabbishjrib: you mean me?13:05
alumnobut im the guest13:05
alumnowhat can i do to log into admin of this computer13:05
jribdabbish: argh, yes.  Sorry ZULO13:05
Salih-kGuys i installed kde desktop but i couldnt get used to how to remove kde will it work just typing on terminal sudo apt-get remove kubuntu-desktop ?13:05
alumnoi try install wine, but i cant, is really strange13:05
alumnoi dont know what i need to do13:05
terryZULO: sudo ethtool eth013:05
jussi!puregnome | Salih-k13:05
ubottuSalih-k: If you want to remove all !Kubuntu packages or !Xubuntu packages and have a default !Ubuntu system, follow the instructions here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PureGnome13:05
dabbishjrib: I did try that but you are right, the -i flag comes before the local file. now it works, thank you!13:06
bluumdabbish,13:06
alumnook so i have to go on the terminal and type sudo ethcoiol13:06
bluumdabbish: nevermind13:06
terryZULO: sudo ethtool eth0 | pastebinit13:06
dabbish:)13:06
ZULOw8, im installing ethtool :D13:06
michumy ubuntu cant see my routing hardware. how can i turn on my wireless?13:07
alumnojrib cna you help me?13:07
alumnojrib can you help me?13:07
pteraxerxes ; I browsed /home/ with testdisk but didn't find Videos folder, only Images, Documents and Music ..13:07
ruanis libx11-dev required?13:07
sacarlsonZULO: terry: I assume he wants to share wlan0 with eth0 ?  note eth0 has no ipv4 address13:07
jribruan: required for what?13:07
alumnojrib look conversation please13:07
xerxesptera u tried the link I gave u ?13:08
jribalumno: you have to tell us what goes wrong, not just something goes wrong13:08
ruanjrib: for computer operation13:08
terryZULO: What is your native language?13:08
alumnoxerxes can you help me?13:08
jribruan: no13:08
ruanok13:08
alumnomine?13:08
alumnospanish13:08
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mhedihi13:08
ruanand libpthread-stubs0?13:08
jribalumno: and please stop just highlighting people at random13:08
terrysacarlson: I don't think so.13:08
pteranop xerxes only testdisk, I'm going to try yours13:08
gbear14275hello, I'm running into kernel panics after I upgraded a clean install of 10.10.  Am not sure what is going on13:08
xerxes<alumno> sure what's up13:08
xerxesyeah13:08
sacarlsonterry: so what is the goal?13:08
alumnohow can i install an .exe file?13:08
ZULOterry im spanish13:08
ruan!wine | alumno13:08
ubottualumno: WINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu13:08
xerxeson ubuntu ?13:08
michuto exe you need wine13:09
alumnoi have wine but i can't install it becuse im13:09
terry!es | ZULO13:09
ubottuZULO: 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.13:09
alumnonoob13:09
alumnoim noob13:09
gbear14275VFS: Cannot open root device "sda6" or unknown-block(0,0)13:09
xerxesalumno on ubuntu ?13:09
alumnoand i dont know how to install it13:09
alumnoim on max13:09
alumnoyes13:09
FloodBot3alumno: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.13:09
ruanalumno: install it with ubuntu software center13:09
ZULOhere is ethtool result http://paste.ubuntu.com/585375/13:09
mhedii'm working on ubuntu 10.04, I can't remove atftpd what do I do ?13:09
jiltdilmy install button in s/w center is not working  but when i use gksudo it works the problem arises from last two days elp me to fix it?13:09
Guest93585l13:09
mhedihelp me please13:10
dmizeri get no sound on my laptop in 10.04 with AD198x Analog (N10/ICH 7 Family High Definition Audio Controller)13:10
guanservice vsftpd stop13:10
michualumno: make 777 parametr on exe files, witch you want install13:10
Pici!who13:10
ubottuAs you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)13:10
pteraxerxes : your link is for files that've been deleted recently, but I rebooted my computer many times since I deleted it, so I think it wont work ?13:10
jiltdilanyone to help me?13:10
xerxesgive it a try ptera  u have no joice !13:11
xerxeschoice !13:11
xerxes*13:11
terryZULO: So you try to establish an internet connection with eth0 and what exactly happens?13:11
mhedivsftpd: unrecognized service13:11
xerxesalumno ubuntu software -> search for "wine"13:11
dydi'm having some fun with wireshark, but how can i interpret the data it caputres?13:11
Picimhedi: What is atftpd and how did you install it?13:11
dyd*captures13:11
dmizerjiltdil try simply repeating your question.13:11
mhediapt-get install atftpd13:11
alumnoi have wine already!13:11
ZULOsacarlson if i turn off my networkmanager ill lose mi internet connection?13:11
alumnowell im on school and its time to fuck the teacher13:12
jiltdilmy install button in s/w center is not working  but when i use gksudo it works the problem arises from last two days elp me to fix it?13:12
Picimhedi: What happens when you do: apt-get remove atftpd13:12
sacarlsonZULO: not if it already connected13:12
pksadiqMhedi try ps -e |grep ftpd and stop appropriate service13:12
xerxesptera check this page as well http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=90548113:12
mhedi Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)13:12
pteraok xerxes13:12
jiltdilmy install button in s/w center is not working  but when i use gksudo it works the problem arises from last two days elp me to fix it?13:12
terryZULO: Are you attempting to share the internet connection from wlan0 with your LAN connected to eht0?  Is that your goal?13:12
Picimhedi: Can you please pastebin the entire error.13:13
Pici!pastebin | mhedi13:13
ubottumhedi: 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.13:13
sacarlsonZULO: but I'm still not sure what you want to do as terry says you don't want to share wlan0 with eth0 and your switch box13:13
ZULOyes terry13:13
terryZULO: Oh that is what you are trying to do, share the internet that is received by wlan0   Right?13:13
dmizerjiltdil check update manager to see if you have any updates.13:13
ringlejwhy can't I see the figures in http://library.gnome.org/admin/deployment-guide/13:13
kroshio, I mean something for synchronizing the clock of computer by getting time from a server13:13
tyrezahello there13:14
ZULOterry exactly13:14
jiltdildmizer:there is no update13:14
sacarlsonZULO: ok then just give your eth0 an address sudo ifconfig eth0 192.168.4.2 and share that13:14
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tyrezahow to " select all " using vi ?13:14
dbkblkkrosh, use "ntpdate"13:14
jiltdildmizer:actually i installed akk updates using  gksudo13:14
jribringlej: use: http://sayamindu.randomink.org/soc/deployment_guide/deployment_guide.html13:14
Pici!time | krosh13:14
ubottukrosh: Information about using and setting your computer's clock on Ubuntu can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuTime - See https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/C/NTP.html for information on usage of the Network Time Protocol (NTP)13:14
xerxesalumno so how is it going ?13:14
Picixerxes: They're not here anymore.13:15
ringlejjrib: thanks13:15
xerxesoh :o13:15
sacarlsonZULO: and again look at what's needed here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Internet/ConnectionSharing13:15
xerxesPici thnx xD13:15
jribtyreza: ggVG I guess...13:15
terryZULO: As sacarlson pointed out earlier, there is a guied for sharing internet connection at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Internet/ConnectionSharing13:15
jiltdilmy install button in s/w center is not working  but when i use gksudo it works the problem arises from last two days elp me to fix it?'13:15
dmizerjiltdil what happens if you run: sudo apt-get update&& sudo apt-get upgrade13:15
mhedihttp://paste.ubuntu.com/585376/13:16
ZULOi saw that, but when i turn on my eth0 i lose internet in my wifi interface13:16
terryZULO: But the bottom line is that you have to use a different IP subnet for the other Network Interface.13:16
sacarlsonZULO: you need to make sure that the address won't conflict13:16
dmizeri get no sound on my laptop in 10.04 with AD198x Analog (N10/ICH 7 Family High Definition Audio Controller)13:16
jiltdildmizer:the last line is N: Ignoring file 'apt-build' in directory '/etc/apt/sources.list.d/' as it has no filename extension13:17
jiltdil  and above this all line  is starting with hit13:17
terryZULO: Yes, as sacarlson says, make sure there is not an IP address conflict.13:17
sacarlsonZULO: since your wlan0 address must come from a dhcp server you must use that and setup an address on eth0 that won't conflict13:17
ruanwhatever i do, i can't change the friendly name of my bluetooth device. i've tried bluetooth and blueman, how can i change it?13:17
tyrezathanks jrib how copy ?13:17
dmizerjiltdil that's your problem, search google for a fix for your error.13:17
ruanwhen i change it, it shows up differently, but it changes back when i restart the device13:18
ZULOokey, ill try now. Thanks for all, ill come with results :)13:18
jiltdildmizer:help me13:18
jribtyreza: ggVG I guess...13:18
terryZULO: You can also use a firewall script and use a firewall generator to write the script for you.  See:  http://easyfwgen.morizot.net/gen/13:18
sacarlsonZULO: this is your wlan0 address 192.168.1.33  so your eth0 can be 192.168.2.33  or anything other than 192.168.1.x13:18
jriberm13:18
KeithChesterI need an open source solution to taking a power point presentation, record someone talking over it, and then saving it as a video. i know theres a program that does it but its name is completely escaping me right now...13:18
jribterry: you should run "vimtutor" so you become familiar with the basics of vim (if you want to do such a thing).  You could just use a different editor of course.  In any case, you can copy with: ggyG13:19
ruanit works awesomely while my name is changed though hmm13:19
dmizerjiltdil did you manually edit any repositories?13:19
terryZULO: If you use the IPs that sacarlson suggests, you will need to use netmask of 255.255.255.0 on each13:19
jiltdildmizer:yes13:19
sacarlsonterry: I should write a share script for people to make it even easier13:19
dmizerjiltdil undo what you did.13:19
terryjrib: I think you spoke to wrong nick.13:20
terrysacarlson: Good idea....13:20
jribtyreza: you should run "vimtutor" so you become familiar with the basics of vim (if you want to do such a thing).  You could just use a different editor of course.  In any case, you can copy with: ggyG13:20
jribterry: sorry about taht13:20
jiltdildmizer:i actaully didn't remmember what i made changes13:20
ZULOyeah, so my eth interface can be 192.168.2.1 or 192.168.1.34 its better?13:20
tyrezathanks a lot jrib13:21
sacarlsonZULO:  you CANT use 192.168.1.34 !!!!13:21
terryZULO: It has to be two different networks.13:21
wbr-citizenhow to use vim under tty13:21
mhediplease help me13:21
foowafflehey guys y wont linux allow me to access window drive over lan?13:21
ZULOooook13:21
jribwbr-citizen: type "vim"13:21
van7hutype vim :)13:21
Abhijitwbr-citizen, man vim13:21
gbear14275Anyone here have a dual boot with backtrack?  Looking to how you installed your system... my attempt seems to be troublesome13:21
dmizerjiltdil https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/CommandLine13:21
Tsaknorris_Osaako joku kertoa mistä saa editoitua firefoxin shortcut keysit?13:21
ruan!backtrack | gbear1427513:21
ubottugbear14275: There are some Ubuntu derivatives that we cannot provide support for due to repository and software changes. Please consult their websites for more information. Examples: gNewSense (support in #gnewsense), Linux Mint (see !mint), LinuxMCE (support in #linuxmce), CrunchBang (support in #crunchbang), BackTrack (support in #backtrack-linux), Ultimate Edition13:21
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van7hu,japan13:21
Abhijitgbear14275, give details13:21
wbr-citizenit doesn't work13:21
van7hu!japan13:22
jribgbear14275: I don't see what the issue would be, install one then the other13:22
Abhijitwbr-citizen, sudo apt-get install vim13:22
ruan!jp13:22
ubottu日本語の場合は #ubuntu-jp または #kubuntu-jp を参照して下さい13:22
arand!fi | Tsaknorris_13:22
ubottuTsaknorris_: Tämä kanava on tarkoitettu vain englanninkieliselle keskustelulle. Jos haluat suomenkielistä apua (K)ubuntun ongelmiin, liity kanavalle #ubuntu-fi / #kubuntu-fi :-)13:22
Tsaknorris_can someone tell me how i can edit firefox shortcut keys...because in firefox 4 ALT + D does jump on address bar13:22
jribwbr-citizen: "it doesn't work" is too vague.  What happens exactly?13:22
Tsaknorris_DOESNT!13:22
wbr-citizenit shows i didn't install vim13:22
Tsaknorris_doesn't jump on address bar :)13:23
Abhijitwbr-citizen, sudo apt-get install vim13:23
gbear14275Abhijit: jrib:  I'm getting kernel panics after upgrading a clean install of 10.1013:23
ruangbear14275: what is the kernel panic error?13:23
gbear14275ruan: one sec, in the middle of a reboot... testing each of the 8 entries in grub (no clue why I have so many)13:24
dmizeri get no sound on my laptop in 10.04 with AD198x Analog (N10/ICH 7 Family High Definition Audio Controller)13:24
ruan!sound | dmizer13:24
ubottudmizer: If 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 !mp3.13:24
thevishyhow is ubuntu for touch devices ?13:24
bob__does format log bad sectors? - e2fsck -c marks bad blocks13:24
ruanthevishy: it should work with touchscreen13:24
terrysacarlson: How about something like:  http://pastebin.com/B7SqYhAP13:25
ruanthevishy: it has built in drivers for it13:25
thevishyi see13:25
thauriswulfa2QUESTION: Do these locked 3g modems work in ubuntu with other n/w operator simcard inserted?13:25
jribgbear14275: and you don't get kernel panics if you install only ubuntu and not backtrack?13:25
thevishy!touch13:25
terrysacarlson: But that doesn't deal with IP addressing issues.13:25
gbear14275jrib: not from my experience13:25
Nintetwhen i click on a windows executable it will not open with wine, and this causes application installs to fail13:25
mhediI HAVE A PROBLEM WHEN REMOVING ATFTPD package13:25
foowafflehey guys y wont linux allow me to access window drive over lan?13:25
Nintet.exe is associated with archive manager13:25
mhedithis is the error screen :13:25
mhedihttp://imagebin.org/?page=add13:25
thauriswulfa2#linux13:26
wbr-citizen Abhijit,but i can use it in termianal on desktop13:26
mhediplease help me13:26
thauriswulfa2#linux-in13:26
terrysacarlson: But addressing will have to be hypothetical so...13:26
thevishyfoowaffle, if you want to acess you have to mount using samba13:26
Nintetfoowaffle: i can browse my windows CIF shares13:26
thevishyI think13:26
jribgbear14275: seems impossible13:26
Nintetfoowaffle: places-->network13:26
foowafflewhat samba???13:26
gbear14275mhedi: you need to post a better link, you pasted the landing page13:27
thevishyNintet, samba not required ?13:27
terrysacarlson: Or use examples and say so. Would have to be some sort of tutorial13:27
foowafflei got a login box but it wont let log in13:27
Nintetfoowaffle: you need to make sure that windows sharing is enabled on the windows machine13:27
mhedihttp://paste.ubuntu.com/585376/13:27
mhedisorry13:27
thevishydo you have permission ?13:27
nicofsI can't install packages anymore because of this error: http://pastebin.com/UFJkC0sq - what can I do?13:28
gbear14275EXT3-fs (sda6): error: couldn't mount because of unsupported optional features (240)13:28
Abhijitwbr-citizen, what you are using in terminal on desktop is not vim actually its old vi. you dont have vim. thats because in terminal in desktop vim just points to old vi. you dont have new vim. you need to install vim.13:28
foowaffleit being shared13:28
thevishydoes the places->network provide a samba interfact Nintet ?13:28
Nintetthevishy: im sure that samba is in the mix somewhere, its just that by defualt with 10.10. i can access my windows machine's shared folders by clicking "places--->network--->windows network"13:28
terry!fr | mhedi13:29
gbear14275Abhijit: jrib:  VFS: Cannot open root device "sda6" or unknown-block(0,0)13:29
ubottumhedi: 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.13:29
thevishyright yes I was thinking so too13:29
jribgbear14275: I have to go, don't know about your erro13:29
arandTsaknorris_: By default the is no way to configure it it seems, there is one odd extension here: http://mozilla.dorando.at/readme.html though I don't know if it works or is trustworthy.13:29
Nintetanyone having issues with WINE under 10.10 not opening .exe files? i cant install things because .exe is associated with archive manager13:30
gbear14275thanks for looking jrib13:30
terrythevishy: You might try sudo apt-get -f13:30
ruanNintet: right click, open with13:30
terrythevishy: You might try sudo apt-get install -f13:30
thevishyfor what terry13:31
Nintetruan: what about apps that need to be installed... they crash!13:31
gbear14275could someone point me in general to a dual boot howto that they trust?  There's almost too many out there to know which are best13:31
thevishyfor touch drivers ?13:31
terrynicofs: You might try sudo apt-get install -f13:31
Pici!dualboot | gbear1427513:31
ubottugbear14275: Dual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot13:31
terrythevishy: sorry, wrong nick13:31
thevishy:)13:31
ruanNintet: and for future, right click, properties, open with, choose wine13:31
gbear14275thanks pici13:31
Picigbear14275: no problem13:31
nicofsterry, doesn't help13:32
thevishyruan, so those cool features  like hand gestures to zoom browser movie etc would work with ubuntu too ?13:32
arandTsaknorris_: Seems to be doable with a bit of hacking: http://www.mozilla.org/unix/customizing.html#keys13:32
simbadhola, alguien habla español?13:32
nicofsterry, basically /var/lib/dpkg is empty...13:32
ruanthevishy: maybe13:32
nicofs!es | simbad13:32
ubottusimbad: 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.13:32
adi11hi all is there any fix for this "GStreamer encountered a general supporting library error." for totem youtube player ??13:33
thevishylike iOS  , basically ...just asking ...about tabs with linux13:33
adi11i am using the latest ubuntu and totem13:33
ruanthevishy: firefox has addons for gestures, and touchscreen works13:33
thevishyandrois is more popular for mobile devices ...13:33
thevishyright13:33
terrynicofs: Is that file really missing?   ls /var/lib/dpkg/status  or   cat /var/lib/dpkg/status13:34
thevishyi was wondering if ubuntu is making any headway to mobile market too13:34
terrynicofs: Oh I see.  Well I wonder what happened to it?13:34
ruanubuntu mobile OS for the future maybe? :P13:34
Pici!ot13:34
ubottu#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!13:34
netcashello13:35
jiltdilinstalling any s/w from terminal using apt-get install gives this  at the last line     N: Ignoring file 'apt-build' in directory '/etc/apt/sources.list.d/' as it has no filename extension13:35
nicofsterry, all gone... i have no idea... and i can't really check, because i only have ssh access to the server...13:35
jiltdilhelp to fix this13:35
terrynicofs:  dpkg-reconfigure dpkg13:36
dmizerjiltdil https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/CommandLine13:36
jiltdildmizer:as  i  didnot know much about ubuntu  m new so i didn't understood what is there in that link13:36
strouthosHi. How can I run gedit from the terminal and see the output data in the terminal (instead of "releasing" it from the terminal, by which the terminal can be used for other things)?13:37
nicofsterry, "failed to open package info file `/var/lib/dpkg/status' for reading: No such file or directory"13:37
dmizerjiltdil is there a file named "apt-build" in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/13:37
jiltdildmizer:yes13:38
dmizerjiltdil try removing it.13:38
Guest40473on 10.10 admin > time/date is greyed out. The unlock button is clickable/colored13:38
ruani need to completely remove cups, are these packages safe to remove along with it?   evince fbi ghostscript ghostscript-x libcupsimage2 libevdocument3 libevview313:38
Guest40473but no ammount of clicking it actually toggles the editability or prompts for a pw13:38
Guest40473what is wrong?13:38
wbr-citizenAbhijit,thank you,i already install one ,i just think the vi which i use in desktop is the same to the vim13:39
ruanGuest40473: did you click the _lock_ button?13:39
ruanthe lock icon13:39
Guest40473yes13:39
terrynicofs: What is the date of dpkg directory?  ls -ld  /var/lib/dpkg  #Maybe that will give us a clue?13:39
ruanGuest40473: the icon?13:39
jiltdildmizer: yes i remove apt-built but there is also    these optionss   apt-build.list  apt-build.list.save  medibuntu.list  medibuntu.list.save13:39
Guest40473when i click icon, it animates the click, but the closed-lock icon remains13:40
ruanoh13:40
Guest40473after clicking the button is highlighted orange, though13:40
terrynicofs: Compare against system date13:40
dmizerjiltdil now try running: sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get update13:40
nicofsterry, today, 14:32... i created it then...13:40
Guest40473the message next to it: 'click to make changes' is unchanged13:40
strouthosHow can i run gedit in the terminal and still se its "output" in the terminal (just running "gedit" doesn't do it)?13:40
ruanGuest40473: type "gksudo time-admin" in a terminal13:41
terrynicofs: You created it today? How?  Did you manually create it?13:41
ruanGuest40473: it will launch unlocked13:41
jiltdildmizer: now13:41
Guest40473ah, very good13:41
Guest40473when i go back to the menu it is still locked, though13:41
nicofsterry, yes, because dpkg and apt-get complained about it missing...13:42
jiltdildmizer; the output of these are coming with ign   and  Hit13:42
Guest40473even though after gksudo the icon was left in 'unlock'?13:42
terrynicofs: So did you use touch?13:42
ruanGuest40473: you can replace Time and date with that command13:42
nicofsterry, no, mkdir13:42
ruanGuest40473: uhhh13:42
dmizerjiltdil good.13:42
strouthosHow can I force a progam running in a shell to be "released" from the shell?13:43
ruanGuest40473: is it editable?13:43
terrynicofs: Well, something happend to delete it.  I wish we knew what that was.  This is curious....13:43
ruanstrouthos: ctrl c?13:43
sipiorstrouthos: you mean run in the background?13:43
sipiorstrouthos: ctrl-Z, then "bg".13:43
terrynicofs: df13:43
terrynicofs: df | pastebinit13:43
nicofsterry, before i went to lunch, i installed apache2 - after lunch i wanted to continue with php5 and mysql - and it didn't work anymore13:43
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strouthossipior: I mean getting the "output" (status, debug etc.) in the shell.13:44
Guest40473ruan: no, i tried running gksudo time-admin again from alt-f213:44
terrynicofs: what does df say?  (How are you on disk or partition space?)13:44
Guest40473was unlocked again, but this time i tried clicking the 'lock' button13:44
Guest40473