gomiboyAtomhunter: you can do raids with partitions or entire disks, your choice00:00
Atomhunteri need the entire disks... *sigh* this is more complicated that I expected...00:00
gaellegomiboy: removing pulseaudio did not help... arg.. now i can reinstall it00:00
Atomhunteri should prolly install mdadm....00:01
gomiboyAtomhunter: i suppose ubuntu server has install time options to setup a raid, never tried...00:04
Atomhunteryea... i but i dont' want to install the OS on the raid... which it always wanted to do (or all the tuts show me...)00:04
Atomhunterknow a way to boot from cd without an attached monitor?00:06
gomiboyAtomhunter: i think os on raid is a Good Thing (tm) :P00:06
gomiboyyou can make 2 partitions, for sys and for data00:07
Atomhunterlol I would... except i need the 1.5tb to back up my desktop too...00:07
Atomhunterand the 320 gb is enough for the OS00:07
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gomiboyAtomhunter: there are for sure "advanced" partitioning options during install that will let you do what you want...00:12
Atomhunteryea... *sighs and crawls under desk to reconnect vga from desktop to server*00:12
gomiboyAtomhunter: i have to go, if you have questions maybe #ubuntu-server is a better place, bye00:14
Atomhunteroh sweet thanks... didn't know there was an ubuntu server00:14
penguin42when I slide between workspaces I get a grid but the grid doesn't show anything in it; on Gnome the corresponding grid shows a preview of the desktops rather like KDEs ctrl-F8 view - is there a way to get that into the workspace slider?00:15
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chrisf_Testing...  123.03:17
chrisf_Is anyone seeing this?03:20
iflema!test again | chrisf_03:21
ubottuchrisf_: Failed again.03:21
valoriechrisf_: this chan is for support03:23
valorieif you have a question, ask it03:24
chrisf_It's been a decade since I've been on IRC so excuse the noobieness...03:24
valoriewelcome back03:24
chrisf_I'm struggling with grub2. Is there a channel for that?03:24
valorieI don't know much about it, but ask away03:25
ubottugrub is the default boot manager for Ubuntu releases before 9.10 (Karmic). Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - GRUB how-tos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto - See !grub2 for Karmic onwards.03:25
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/Grub203:25
valoriethose links might help also03:25
chrisf_I have lost grub after installing Windows but I made it past that :-)...03:25
chrisf_I just installed Kubuntu 10.04 on a thumbdrive. Works OK so far but the installer added the pendrive to the grub menu and I think made it the default. Now when I remove the pendrive grub gets mad.03:27
valoriethe /grub2 link should be comprehensive03:27
valoriethis is a bug I ran into also03:27
valoriethe second link should help you fix that03:28
valorieI went about it in a rather half-assed way03:28
chrisf_Thanks for the help I'll check the link.03:28
S74rk7Evening Everyone! :)03:30
S74rk7I was wondering... has anyone any suggestions for a firewall GUI for kubtunu?03:31
iflema!info guarddog03:32
ubottuguarddog (source: guarddog): firewall configuration utility for KDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.6.0-2.1ubuntu3 (maverick), package size 506 kB, installed size 1548 kB03:32
ubottuUbuntu, like any other Linux distribution, has firewall capabilities built-in. The firewall is managed using the 'ufw' command - see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UFW | An alternative to ufw is the 'iptables' command - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo | GUI frontends such as Firestarter/Gufw (Gnome) or Guarddog (KDE) also exist.03:32
iflemawas going to put bulldog =)03:32
S74rk7So if I get poodle - is that the pink gui ;)03:33
iflemaS74rk7: ufw command on the cli are very simple03:33
valoriepoodle sounds foofy!03:35
valoriethe pink gui is fluffy03:35
iflemaufw enable    then    ufw default deny done =)03:35
valoriesad, ubottu doesn't know about fluffy03:36
S74rk7@iflema, valorie - thanks for the suggestions - gonna check them out now :)03:36
S74rk7maybe we should put together a pink fluffy - foofy friendly gui and then we can add it to the bot listings :)03:37
valoriefluffy is done03:37
valorieapachelogger/fregl collaboration03:37
S74rk7fluffy is real?03:38
valorieI think there was some alcohol involved03:38
* S74rk7 alcohol = guilty 8)03:38
S74rk7not my thing tbh03:41
S74rk7have you guys ever used that package "KleanSweep" ?03:42
valorieno, what is it supposed to do?03:44
valoriehad to take the dog out....03:44
valorieon fluffy, also: http://apachelog.wordpress.com/2010/06/04/fluffy/03:45
valoriethere is a serious side to it also03:45
iflemalols... whats fluffy??03:45
valorieor.... semi-serious03:45
S74rk7its looks dangerous - could kill your os ... its just a kind of "Cleaner" - like scans for orphaned files n the like?03:45
valoriebasically, a children's distro03:45
S74rk7be a bit like CCleaner for windoze?03:45
valoriepersonally, I would rather trust apt-get03:46
valoriedo sudo apt-get --help03:46
valorieand try clean or autoclean03:46
Pranav_rcmasUpon logging into Kubuntu 10.10, I get this error: 'Cannot open ConsoleKit session:The permission of the setuid helper is not correct'. My NTFS drives have disappeared, and it also says that ALSA and Flash Player are not found. Yesterday everything was fine. Help please?03:46
valoriethat works, and will protect your system03:46
S74rk7http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=28631  <--- KleanSweep KDE ... the one I'm talking about03:46
S74rk7looks like you could do a bit of harm though if you didn't know what you were doing...  :)03:47
valoriePranav_rcmas: sounds like maybe a hard disk problem03:47
Pranav_rcmasOuch. Alright, thanks for the help :)03:48
iflemaPranav_rcmas: what has changed... what was inatalled/updated yesterday.... anything? what did u do =)03:48
Pranav_rcmasWell, I installed new updates from packagekit03:48
Pranav_rcmasI do remember that one update was broken though03:49
iflemaPranav_rcmas: broken?03:50
Pranav_rcmas1If anyone replied, sorry, missed it after this: <Pranav_rcmas> I do remember that one update was broken though03:51
Pranav_rcmas1When I open the KPackageKit, it shows 'Unknown error happened'.03:52
Pranav_rcmas1There was one broken package, I think it was a dbus update.03:52
valoriethat sounds likely03:53
Pranav_rcmas1Is there a chance that dbus is not disabled or something?03:53
Pranav_rcmas1I mean, not *enabled03:53
valoriepersonally, I would do: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade03:54
iflemawhat version of KDE4.... the default or you put 4.6 on it? Maybe try bring up a command line and type   sudo apt-get update    then do     sudo apt-get upgrade     and see what it reports. the upgrade option will attempt to update installed packages03:54
valorieand see if you can get that update fixed03:54
Pranav_rcmas1Default version03:55
Pranav_rcmas1I'm doing the upgrade right now, will get back. Thanks for the help!03:55
valorieS74rk7: did you notice that Kleensweep is a KDE3 app?03:55
Pranav_rcmas1Error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.Spawn.PermissionsInvalid: The permission of the setuid helper is not correct03:55
Pranav_rcmas1E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)03:55
S74rk7valorie: I did, but I opened it and it seemed to run and scan fine - I was curious though, does that have any effect?03:57
iflemaPranav_rcmas1: have a little google also and see if any other are in the same boat... maybe even *ubuntuforums* and *askubuntu* as well... ive no GUI here right now!03:57
Pranav_rcmas1I googled before coming here, actually :)03:58
valorieit should just remove empty folders and files03:58
valoriewhich shouldn't hurt anything03:58
valoriefrom what I read03:58
Pranav_rcmas1How do I log into tty console in kubuntu?03:59
iflemaPranav_rcmas1: try in  a terminal   sudo service dbus status03:59
S74rk7it seems to find plenty though, what I mean is, I let it scan for like 5mins and check it and it found around 190MB.... and still climbing...03:59
Pranav_rcmas1dbus start/running, process 86404:00
S74rk7what makes me curious though, see part of the switch from windows to linux, the bit I'm still trying to get my head around is how to maintain a linux system..04:01
iflemaPranav_rcmas1: ctrl+alt+F2    F7 will get you back or stop KDM  sudo servicekdm stop04:01
S74rk7I mean in windows, you had a array of disk defragging programs, registry scanners and all the rest of it - techniques to try keep your system running smoothly....04:02
S74rk7but in linux, I've been told there is no need for a defragging the harddrive04:02
S74rk7due to the EXT4 format...04:02
* iflema winblows! 04:03
S74rk7that was impressive I thought, and when I ask people about AntiVirus... most people tend to ask me why I want to bother first off...04:03
iflemaS74rk7: virus scanner 4 linux = scan the files/email you serve to windows users04:04
valorieno, defragging isn't needed04:04
S74rk7that rocks lol04:04
valoriemost people never need an antivirus04:04
Pranav_rcmasiflema, 'sudo servicekdm stop:command not found' and 'sudo service kdm stop: stop: Unknown instance: '04:04
valoriegosh, I don't miss those at all04:05
S74rk7the speed + stability in linux is unreal...04:05
iflemaput a gap between service and kdm =)04:05
Pranav_rcmasYeah, I did :)04:05
Pranav_rcmas<Pranav_rcmas> iflema, 'sudo servicekdm stop:command not found' and 'sudo service kdm stop: stop: Unknown instance: '04:05
iflemaoh, really! try gdm04:05
S74rk7I mean it was windows 7 I was using when I bought the laptop - and I didn't have any issues ... Windows 7 is a hell of an improvement for Microsoft - if anyone has much experience here with prev windows distros you'll know what I mean04:06
chrisf_After installing Kubuntu onto a pendrive my PC will no longer boot without it. I found the grub.cfg file being used on the pendrive. The other grub.cfg is intact on the harddrive but PC no longer uses it. PC is set to only boot from harddrive so how/why is it using pendrive? A better question is how do I switch it back?04:07
chrisf_Any ideas?04:07
S74rk7but is there really no kind of routine scanners or maintaince task needed to be done in linux?04:08
iflemachrisf_: id grab a copy of supergrub disk and boot to the installed kubuntu and then reset grub04:08
iflemachrisf_: if you can get in allready even better... just reinstall grub204:08
iflemaPranav_rcmas: it may be    gdm    depending on your setup04:09
iflemaS74rk7: maybe some cleaning up with apt-get!?! on the occasions occasionally04:11
chrisf_Thanks for the advice. I'll try re-installing grub2.04:11
* iflema i gotta p bbl04:12
S74rk7iflema: thanks dude... was just looking the commands there from that "Linux in a Nutshell" book... it has everything... need it on pdf so I could search it would sometimes be quicker lol04:22
Pranav_rcmasiflema, this fixed the problem -> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1705223 :)04:22
S74rk7apt-get clean,autoclean, autoremove, check and all that :)04:23
S74rk7I've that one bookmarked now, I had your error before in ubuntu too04:26
_sophiahello guize04:34
ubottudpkg is the Debian package maintenance system, which together with apt forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit.04:34
iflemaS74rk7: try in a terminal    man apt-get     or   man <anycommand>04:34
_sophiawhy can't i drag tabs around in firefox? ;o04:34
valorienot sure -- I can04:36
valorieI've never tried before, but it just worked04:36
S74rk7thanks again valorie+iflema !04:38
valorieyou are very welcome04:38
katsrchey guys a delicious KDE Oxygen theme for Firefox 4.0: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Oxygen+KDE+%28Firefox+Theme%29?content=117962&PHPSESSID=611422531fe35d6a27206870fa1c3b0b04:40
S74rk7valorie: can I ask you a question please about kde versions? just about something you mentioned earlier if your not busy? :)04:58
valorieI'm not that knowledgeable, but go ahead04:59
S74rk7are there problems you can expect to run into if your running a GUI that is made for a different KDE version?05:00
valorieusually the problem is that it hasn't been packaged05:01
valoriebut if it is running for you, I doubt you will have problems05:01
valorienow there are some differences like DCOP vs. dbus which will create problems in some apps05:02
valoriebut in general those have either been reworked to fit the new tech05:02
valorieor dropped05:03
valorieyou might get more specific info in #kde05:03
S74rk7It has me curious just what kind of effects it would cause, but I haven't got time right now to go reading into desktop enviroments (Gnome/KDE) atm lol - reading up on firewall commands and different gui's05:03
S74rk7thats a good idea though05:03
valoriein general, the difference is the toolkits05:04
valorieGtk vs. Qt05:04
valoriebesides the obvious style and approach difference05:04
S74rk7GTK is tied to Gnome (or what I think its called -thats used in Ubuntu) and QT being a KDE kind of enviroment?  I ask as I've heard I think of Xubuntu?  is that a different style again?05:05
valorieXfce, yeah05:07
valorieone more different desktop05:07
valorieoh, it's Qt, not QT05:07
S74rk7ahhh lol05:08
valorieQt is a programming environment, as is Gtk05:08
S74rk7I thought you were gonna QT was yet another variation05:08
valoriequicktime is the Apple video format05:08
S74rk7no no I know :)05:08
valoriethere are so freaking many choices in linux05:09
valorieit's bewildering05:10
valorieI've been using it for about 10 years, and I'm just now getting it all sorted out05:10
S74rk7thanks though, no just I've only been using linux for about 2-3months and I'm only getting it configured to a point where I want to start learning the ins+outs....its a different language lol05:10
valorieI was just a user for many years, until I volunteered05:10
S74rk7linux I mean... its crazy... a different world in computers...05:10
valoriethe important thing is to keep an open mind, find out what you like, and please yourself05:11
valorieand don't take any of it too seriously05:11
valorieit ain't religion05:11
S74rk7see thats part of the problem I'm having at the minute...05:11
S74rk7I like too much...05:11
valoriethat's fun!05:12
S74rk7because of the choices...open mindedness it gives you a chance to let your imagination dream something up.... and your on the perfect platform in linux to make it possible....05:12
S74rk7I'm loving it... theres so much to take in sometimes though... I was a windows user for 13years... I loved messing around in all different topics and things...but you always seem kind of limited almost when you want to get inside things and see how it all works...05:13
S74rk7what can I say - I'm a geek lol05:14
valorieme too05:14
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valoriethe world needs more geeks05:14
S74rk7we all must just unite! lol05:15
valoriewell, that means herding cats05:15
valoriepeople do unite, around projects that interest them05:15
S74rk7I know I think that is great...05:15
valorieso find out what you like, and hang around the project channel, and start to help out05:16
valorieit's fun05:16
S74rk7even this irc I'm just getting started like 2 days ago...05:16
valorieirc is an awesome tool05:16
valorieI love it05:16
valoriehave been using it longer than linux05:16
valoriemirc ftw!05:17
S74rk7I always heard of it but never looked into - message forums were usually my method of sending/receiving support05:17
S74rk7It reminds me of chatrooms waaaay back in like 96 when I got my first windows pc and the internet in... good ole 56k :P lol05:18
valorieubuntuforums and kubuntuforum both rock05:18
valorieand the mail lists are good too05:18
* valorie started online with 300 baud05:18
S74rk7mailinglists is something I have always been curious about... I never got round to looking into it05:18
valoriebut I didn't start using IRC until about 200005:18
S74rk7I'm self taught a lot of what I know... I have to read up n research n play about myself so when something looks nice and complicated to play with I leave it to come back to when I finish whatever I'm doing at that time lol05:19
S74rk7so I never could ask someone in person to show me or run me through the basics ... this irc and the channels is great to learn from in too05:20
valoriewell, there is the beginner's channels05:21
valoriewhich are for beginners to ubuntu, to programming, -- lots of stuff05:21
valoriereally friendly, helpful people05:22
ubottuThis is not a file sharing channel (or network); be sure to read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot »05:22
valorieoh, what's it called05:22
S74rk7its great even for just reading and keeping up with the topic... learning from other peoples problems... as when you guru's are explaining how to fix it you explain whats going wrong... helps piece together how things work n all lol05:22
ubottualis 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*05:22
valorieto find the beginner's chans, do /msg alis list beginner05:23
valoriegreat stuff05:23
S74rk7I see what you mean irc rocks...05:23
S74rk7and the bots on here lol05:23
S74rk7I was playing around a little with irc commands last night... well just making a channel and that... creating identities and trying to see what the /mode command was all about lol05:24
S74rk7thanks for all the advice and info :)05:24
valorieyes, the bots are really useful05:25
S74rk7I like that response it does... "Please dont think I'm intelligent" .... I thanked it thinking it was a user of something before and it done it lol05:26
S74rk7valorie: Hey thanks, the /msg alis list <---> command rocks... can search for channels now :)05:29
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S74rk7and it supports boolean operators :-)05:31
DaskreechS74rk7: People used to have conversations with the bot and get upset and leave before that :)05:37
S74rk7lol - awww I bet that was funny though lol05:37
S74rk7when the people came back or something and then find out it was a bot... I'd lmao05:38
S74rk7Daskreech: How are you tonight then mate?05:38
S74rk7dude... my thoughts exactly... I was setting the laptop down to go make something real quick... got the munchies a while ago lol05:39
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S74rk7then I seen you msg... love the shortcut though... for the notifications... you shown me how to set it up last night :) its great - real handy.. its getting to the stage now in linux I'm using the touchpad less and less with the ease of setting up keyboard shortcuts for everything... :)05:40
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ubottuUbuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system, freely available with both community and professional support. It is developed by a large community and we invite you to participate too! - Ubuntu comes with the GNOME interface. To install that from Kubuntu install the ubuntu-desktop package.05:42
S74rk7how can you talk to FloodbotK1? lol05:42
bazhang /msg ubottu please root__05:42
S74rk7what does he have to say :)05:42
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FloodBotK1root__: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.05:42
bazhangroot__, please stop that05:43
S74rk7oh...  lol05:43
S74rk7that was probably my fault bazhang I asked lol05:43
DaskreechIn any case do not IRC as root05:45
S74rk7Daskreech: I know to be weary about the root privies for things... can I ask just out of curiousity ... what makes you say that ? :)05:52
S74rk7probably a n00b question but :)05:52
DaskreechS74rk7: There are 1/2 dozen ways people can trick you into giving over information across IRC. You can also allow direct connections with IRC. Why would you want to chance that someone could find a bug in them while you are logged in as root05:53
DaskreechThere is no reason why you need root to talk to someone on the internet05:53
valoriethat's the whole point of sudo05:53
valoriesaddle up when you need to05:53
valorieother wise, do not05:53
S74rk7ahhh direct connections... you mean for say example file transfer and that?05:54
S74rk7no I know - I think the whole sudo thing is a great security measure in linux... windows with always admin privies as default for most users05:55
S74rk7ha... I'm just noticing the send file action when you right click on usernames...05:56
S74rk7so if I knew how... could I have a server running on another computer...create an irc channel....have bots/some kind of irc server running to my configuration - log on to my channel from somewhere else - and run various commands if I have everything talking to each other ... setup file transfers and all that ?? all from irc and bash scripting?05:58
valoriethat's why there are so many warez servers06:00
S74rk7so would you say to be weary of file transfers and stuff on irc too? you know from strangers n all :)06:00
valoriedcc can be dangerous with strangers06:00
S74rk7dcc? direct connection ... whats the other c? lol06:01
valorienot sure06:01
valoriebut it starts in IRC, and then is direct computer <> computer06:02
S74rk7is that the technical term though... tcc?06:02
valoriedcc, yes06:02
valoriewith people you know, it's an easy way to send a picture or something06:02
DaskreechDirect computer Connection06:02
DaskreechThere are no servers in between06:03
valoriebut I would make sure they are not only friends, but also regularly use anti-virus, etc.06:03
S74rk7right... :)06:03
valorieif they are win users06:03
DaskreechAnd also that they bathe06:04
Daskreechsmelly users....06:04
S74rk7lol - there be no smelly users direct computer connecting with me... thats for sure!!06:05
S74rk7no but seriously...06:05
S74rk7so even accepting a connection from someone on irc is dangerous?06:06
valorieDCC, yes06:06
valorieregular PMs, no06:06
valoriethey are annoying, but not dangerous06:06
valorieit is considered impolite to PM without asking06:07
S74rk7I thought it would have been that... I could accept say a file of some sort... but the protection from if I was going to open it or and it was looking root privies/password auth. then I could ignore/cancel it and I'd be pretty sade06:07
S74rk7*sade = safe06:07
valorieit's like public sex in a park06:08
valoriemaybe you won't catch a disease06:08
valoriebut why would you risk it?06:08
S74rk7ahhh I'm sure you and Daskreech know all about that - lol - its part of the burden with knowing the ways of the linux jeidi06:08
Daskreechvalorie: To be on Jerry springer?06:09
S74rk7you two aren't wise lol06:09
valoriehey, I never ONCE have been on Jerry Springer!06:10
DaskreechI know right! Or we would have been on Jerry Spinger then migrated to a reality show06:10
S74rk7lol - that seems a trend lol06:11
Daskreechattached ourselves tosome slightly washed up music artist had a huge public showing of love gone quiet for two months  then reappeared in a movie with Nick Cage06:12
DaskreechThen gone crusading for poor children around the world to raise themselves up out of poverty by having companies give money to get Linux laptops to third world countries06:14
Daskreechwith KDE06:14
Daskreech ok so we are back on topic :)06:14
S74rk7don't think I've seen that one... when's that coming out? sounds like a cool sequel to Drive Angry :)06:14
S74rk7only with a van.... and a little Tux on the top... lol - I'd participate :)06:16
S74rk7Anyone tried out LibreOffice?06:17
valoriewell, I have open office06:18
valoriethe predecessor06:18
valorieI've been using it for years06:18
valorieeven on windows06:18
DaskreechS74rk7: Openoffice is LIbreoffice06:24
peteteit's like openoffice with a different name06:29
S74rk7I found it n just in case you guys were interested :)06:39
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ubottuS74rk7: #kubuntu is the official Kubuntu support channel, for all Kubuntu-related support questions. Please use #kubuntu-offtopic for general chatter. Thanks!06:39
S74rk7sorry should have been more specific :) was aimed at you Daskreech n petete :)06:41
S74rk7I'm not spamming lol06:41
DaskreechS74rk7: Spam and offtopic are different things06:42
S74rk7yeah I know... I was generalising....06:42
valoriefor offtopic, oddly enough, there is #kubuntu-offtopic06:45
FanfareHi Folks, I'm looking for a highlighting tool/command... Like grep but nut filtering but highligting...06:46
FanfareFYI: found way to highlight: <command w output> | less then /pattern06:51
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zeldaHi what is the name of utility which comes up when Alt+F2 is pressed?07:16
Daskreechyou are welcome07:23
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noaXess_kubuntugood morning10:36
noaXess_kubuntuhow do i check local timzone settings?10:36
ubuntualguien me ayuda10:55
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dellhi guys11:03
delli am unable to fix up my mic for skype11:03
delli installed pavucontrol and padevchooser but no luck11:04
livecddell: mm11:05
livecddell: i will remove pulse at all11:05
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dellany suggestions11:30
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Peace-dell: ok11:41
Peace-read this11:41
Peace-dell: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CBYQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fnowardev.wordpress.com%2F2010%2F09%2F18%2Faudio-problem-with-kubuntu-10-10%2F&rct=j&q=%20nowardev%20audioo%20problem%20kubuntu&ei=fRSPTaiCNYPLtAa966iNCg&usg=AFQjCNGxunMG0ZQpiN1AEcYeeRyToCQMyQ&cad=rja11:42
dellok peace thx12:02
delli got my headfones working but the mic is still a problem !12:02
dellmy inbuilt mic or the one with the headfone both dont work12:02
dellany suggestions12:02
Peace-dell: alsamixer -V all12:05
Peace-dell: in a terminal12:05
dellmy mic in is empty12:12
delli made it to line in12:16
dellno help :(12:26
dellany way to test mic im using the recorder to test it now12:26
dellno recording12:26
dellis any body good in shell programming ?12:50
Peace-dell: ok13:00
Peace-dell: can you do a screenshot?13:00
Peace-dell: presssing stamp shoukld run a program to do that13:01
dellscreen shot for what ?13:07
dellfixing mic13:07
dellor programing13:07
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Peace-dell: alsamixer -V all13:11
Peace-lspci | grep -i audio13:11
Tank997Anyone home?13:22
Peace-Tank997: ?13:24
Tank997Tseting Quassel13:27
Tank997testing :)13:28
Peace-BluesKaj: hey13:36
BluesKajhi Peace-13:37
Peace-BluesKaj: saving setting for kde-gnomified http://wstaw.org/m/2011/03/27/plasma-desktopnd3921.jpg13:37
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kujuleshello people. Where can I find "Oxygen KDE Options"??14:57
tsimpsonprobably in system settings14:57
kujulesnot at all, i have a kubuntu german version15:01
tsimpsonkujules: #kubuntu-de may be able to help15:01
kujulesthank you15:02
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chrisf_All: I've screwed up grub. If I have 2 harddrives.  sda=WindowsXP.  sdb=Kubuntu10.10.  If I use a SystemRescueCD I can tell PC to boot off sdb and grub menu shows up fine and can boot to both OSs fine. How do I get the MBR to point to sdb?15:30
James147chrisf_: you have to tell your bios which drive to boot15:36
James147chrisf_: or install grub to the mbr of the other drive15:36
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chrisf_Bios is set to boot of harddrive. I tried installing grub to sda (windows) drive but that didn't help.15:38
James147its set to boot off which hard drive?15:42
chrisf_The PC is definitely trying to launch my botched grub install off sda. How do I tell PC to boot from sdb instead?15:42
James147chrisf_: in the bios ^^ there should be a way to set which disk to boot off15:43
chrisf_I have set the partition flag on sdb1 to "boot" but I may be confusing something.15:43
James147(as well as what device to boot from... some times they are merged into one menu, some times they are seperate)15:44
James147chrisf_: that just tells the bios that the disk is bootable, not which to boot ^^15:44
chrisf_I'll look at bios again.....15:44
peteteyou can install grub to the mbr15:45
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chrisf_bios says cdrom/harddrive/USB/etc. Nothing about specifying which drive. It must choose first HD.15:48
chrisf_I've tried pushing grub onto both of these drives per web docs. No love so far.15:49
James147chrisf_: might be on a different page ^^ there is normally somewhere you can select the drive prority15:49
chrisf_Grub installed onto sda but there's no menu upon boot. I get a "grub>" prompt instead.15:50
James147chrisf_: that suggests that is wasnt installed correctly15:51
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager since 9.10 (Karmic). Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub215:51
morticumI was wondering how to format an external fat32 disk. I've installed KDE Partition Manage but it doesn't seem to have the option, surprisingly.15:51
chrisf_Yes all of this is grub215:52
James147chrisf_: how did you install grub before?15:52
James147(to sda)?15:52
chrisf_morticum: I believe gparted will format the drive FAT32 for you.15:53
gomiboymorticum: sudo mkfs.vfat /dev/yourpartition   (be careful, make sure yourpartition is the right one!)15:53
morticumThanks a lot guys. Odd that KDE Partition Manager doesn't offer the same or similar features as GParted.15:54
chrisf_I started with WinXP on sda. Installed new drive. Installed many iterations of Kubuntu onto sdb. Every time Kubuntu handled grub setup. Grub menu on sdb is what I want to preserve. I then tried installing Kubuntu on a pendrive. It worked but MBR pointed to sdg (pendrive) for grub. Not what I wanted. Pulled pendrive and now trying to get things back to good on PC.15:58
James147chrisf_: you can install grub to the mbr of a different drive the menus and config files are on16:00
chrisf_I'll try pushing grub onto sdb again using instructions from http://grub.enbug.org/Grub2LiveCdInstallGuide16:01
gomiboychrisf_: yes, chroot is the way to go16:03
petetemkfs.fat32 should do the trick of formatting the drive16:06
chrisf_Problem still the same for me. Grub installed on sdb and works with the help of a boot CD. By default PC wants to boot from Windows in sda. Ugh.16:21
chrisf_Rephrase... PC wants to boot grub from sda.16:22
Bauldrickweird thing with a samba share - if I try to remove a file/folder (right click > delete) it never allows it ( error = Creating folders is not supported with protocol trash.) - however, if I simply highlight said file/folder and press (on keyboard) [del] it dletes it.... what gives?16:27
BluesKajchrisf_, have you changed the boot sequence in the BIOS to boot the sdb drive ?16:28
chrisf_OK it's fixed!!!   It was the BIOS all along. I didn't think I could choose hard drive boot order since tapping "-/+" did nothig for me. However, I had to use "-/+" on the numeric keypad. After that the boot order swapped around and it found grub on sdb.  Thanks to everyone that helped. Especially all of you that kept me looking at the BIOS.16:38
BluesKajchrisf_, yw16:39
BluesKajchrisf_, the arrow and enter keys are your friend in the BIOS16:40
chrisf_BluesKaj: What through me off was it didn't accept me tapping -/+ in the upper row of the keyboard. Only on the number pad did it work.16:42
BluesKajchrisf_,that's odd16:43
Nikossscan swap partition be on a logical partition?17:13
Nikosssi have already a home primary partition and i made an extended one (logical) for home. how can i move my data there securely?17:14
* James147 would use rsync ^^17:21
draikIs anyone here running with 2 video cards? I have a general question on usability.17:35
ubottuPlease don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-)17:37
draikMithrandir_: You're right. Sorry.17:46
draikI got a nVidia GeForce 210 with VGA, DVI and HDMI output. However, only 2 work at a time. I was wondering if I can get another video card to work with a 3rd monitor.17:47
draikAnd how good of video response do you get with the 2 cards? (any lag, etc)17:47
Mithrandir_draik: might ask in #phoronix18:05
draikThank you.18:05
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BluesKajhi dell_ ..we can do it here18:37
dell_thank u18:39
dell_but its a bit on a code18:39
BluesKajdell_,  it's best to discuss problems here rather than in private , then more ppl can help18:39
bartjehi guys...18:40
bartjeand girls..18:40
BluesKajhi bartje18:40
dell_i am trying to do program my own shell and i cant get the cat and echo command to run18:40
bartjeI've got a bit of a user rights problem.. my sudo rights have dissapeared18:40
dell_if someone cud debug the code a bit18:41
Mithrandir_dell_: What are you coding it in?18:41
Mithrandir_bartje: Whoops :) what did you do?18:41
bartjeinstalling samba18:41
bartjeafter reboot, my sudo rights were gone18:42
bartjeI didn't even touch the user-configuration tools18:42
BluesKajdell_, a bash script , pastebin it so we can take a look18:42
dell_thank u18:42
bartjehow do I get it back? I don't even have a root account, apparently18:43
bartjeanyone an idea?18:45
vaappa95how i install flash on my kubuntu18:45
ubottuTo install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash - See also  !Restricted and !Gnash18:46
BluesKajvaappa95, sudo apt-get install kubuntu-restricted-extras18:46
bartjeI checked the sudoers file, and it is empty... How did this happen?18:50
draikHow do I change the hostname on my desktop?18:51
draikJust edit the /etc/hostname file?18:51
BluesKajdell_, the only thing missing is  #! /bin/sh18:51
Pontioshey is it faster to move than copy some gigas within the same disk?18:51
BluesKajbartje, in the terminal run sudo visudo , check that18:52
bartjebart@Bart-KX:~$ sudo visudo18:52
bartjesudo: /etc/sudoers is mode 0640, should be 044018:52
bartjesudo: no valid sudoers sources found, quitting18:52
bartjesudo doesn't work anymore, no point in using it to start visudo18:52
Pontioshey is it faster to move than copy some gigas within the same disk?18:54
bartjeand I can't create a root account without sudo ofcourse, full circle, from where do I know that?18:54
NathanaelGhi all18:56
dell_blueskaj , i cant run the commands cat and echo here19:05
BluesKajdell_, where ?19:08
amichairwhat's an easy way to rip an exact iso image from a cd or dvd for backup purposes?19:09
tsimpsonamichair: there's probably GUI ways to do it, but I just do "dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/home/me/someCD.iso"19:10
dell_the execlp() command19:11
dell_did u try running it ?19:11
amichairtsimpson: sounds pretty straightforward :-)19:11
tsimpsondd is basically a copy command, "if" is "in file", "of" is "out file", really simple :)19:12
amichairtsimpson: will it retry bad sectors etc.? I want to backup some old cds, some of which are starting to rot (but still readable with multiple attempts, I hope)19:13
tsimpsonas long as the system can read it somehow, it should work19:14
tsimpsondd will just attempt to read X amount of bytes and write that out19:14
amichairok, I'll try it - thanks19:14
bartjesudo rights back :-)19:18
BluesKajbartje, yay, rebooted ?19:20
bartjerebooted in recovery mode, selecting root access, and changing the rights of the /etc/sudoers file to 044019:20
amichairtsimpson: I see there is a dd_rescue with some added recovery (bad sector handling), etc. good to know.19:20
bartjesomehow it was changed... probably something htat happened during the samba installation19:21
* BluesKaj avoids samba as much as possible ..smb client and server are fine , the samba gui is iffy in my experience19:22
bartjeit is weird that it changed the rights of the sudoers file19:23
James147bartje: what are the contents of that file?19:23
NathanaelGsudoers defines who can sudo (change permission) under what circumstances19:24
NathanaelGso you might be in group wheel and not have to enter the password etc...19:24
bartjeindeed, it was empty when I opened it, but perhaps because I didn't have the rights to read it... lol19:24
* James147 wanted to see if anything is wrong in the file ^^19:24
James147bartje: and you shouldnt ^^19:25
James147(have the rights to read it, only root should)19:25
James147bartje: normally getting locked out of sudo is bacause you are no longer in the admin group, or the rules changed in the sudoers file, not beacuase you cant read it (since only root should be able to)19:27
bartjestill no explanation why my account got locked out, I only installed samba19:27
James147bartje: did your groups change?19:28
BluesKajsamba permissions?19:28
bartjeno, my groups didn't change19:29
James147bartje: o well, it works now right? i would check the contents of the sudoers file to make sure nothing is there that shouldnt19:30
James147^^ just to be on the safe side :)19:30
bartjebut I did get added to the sambashare group, perhaps there went something wrong while adding my account to that group.19:30
steelheadhi, how do i unzip these files from the command prompt ?  europe.osm.bz2.part.00  europe.osm.bz2.part.0119:30
bartjeit works again indeed.. I just hope it won't happen again after installing some more software.. lol19:31
James147bartje: it shouldnt...19:31
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James147though it shoudnt have happened the first time :) but at least you know what to do now, boot to recovery and addyour self to the admin group or edit the sudoers file :)19:32
ashmew2Hi , how do i install the header (.h files like KApplication) ?19:39
rekcuFniarBashmew2: -dev packages, for example libgtk2-dev19:41
ashmew2well , which dev package19:41
ashmew2ive installed libkde4-dev , kde5-dev19:41
ashmew2qt4-dev is installed19:41
ashmew2cmake is installed19:41
ashmew2Just trying to make the Hello World Dialog Box , but i cant find the header files19:41
rekcuFniarBwhich headers do you need?19:42
BluesKajsteelhead, try ther unp app it can unzip /uncompress most "any compressed xtns"19:43
rekcuFniarBmaybe kdelibs5-dev ?19:43
ashmew2installed kdelibs50de19:44
ashmew2it doesnt have it19:44
rekcuFniarBashmew2: http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?suite=karmic&section=all&arch=any&searchon=contents&keywords=kaboutdata19:44
shadeslayer!find KApplication.h19:47
ubottuFile KApplication.h found in libcgikit-ruby1.8, libvdk2-doc, python-kde4-doc19:47
tsimpson!find kapplication.h19:51
ubottuFile kapplication.h found in kdelibs4-dev, kdelibs5-dev19:51
ashmew2tsimpson , i installed the kdelibs5-dev19:51
ashmew2but i still cant locate KApplication19:51
ashmew2!find KApplication19:52
ubottuFile KApplication found in kdelibs5-dev, libcgikit-ruby1.8, libvdk2-doc, python-gtk2-tutorial, python-kde4-doc19:52
tsimpsonashmew2: where are you looking?19:52
ashmew2and also did a locate KApplication19:52
tsimpsonthe .h files are in /usr/include, the "wrapper" header is in /usr/include/KDE19:52
tsimpsonso /usr/include/kapplication.h and /usr/include/KDE/KApplication19:53
ashmew2not there19:53
tsimpsonif you want the shorter headers, then use -I/usr/include/KDE when you compile19:53
tsimpsonit's there, in kdelibs5-dev19:54
icwienerashmew2: What is the exact command you use to look for those files?19:54
ashmew2locate kapplication.h19:54
ashmew2locate KApplication19:54
icwienerashmew2: You might want to try just to execute "ls -la /usr/include/KDE/KApplication"19:54
tsimpsonlocate uses a database, which updates once a day by default19:54
tsimpsonyour cache is out of date19:54
ashmew2i did a sudo updatedb19:55
tsimpsondoes the file "/usr/include/kapplication.h" exist?19:55
ashmew2i just completely removed kdelibs5-dev19:55
ashmew2reinstalling it19:55
ashmew2wait 10 seconds19:55
ashmew2OK! now i have a kapplication.h19:56
ashmew2in the /usr/include19:56
ashmew2YAY !19:57
ashmew2the code's compiling ahead now19:57
ashmew2but wait19:57
ashmew2QtCore/qglobal.h : No Such file19:57
tsimpsonare you compiling manually?19:58
tsimpsonie using the g++ command directly?19:58
ashmew2using KDevelop19:58
tsimpsonwell it's not adding the Qt include path, so you need to fix that19:58
ashmew2following the tutorial for Hello World dialog19:58
icwienerashmew2: Look on packages.ubuntu.org for files ending QtCore/qglobal.h and install the package it gives you.19:58
ashmew2kk , icwiener19:59
ashmew2!find qglobal.h19:59
ubottuFile qglobal.h found in libqt3-headers, libqt4-dev19:59
tsimpsonit's in libqt4-dev and it's installed19:59
tsimpsonkdelibs5-dev depends on it19:59
icwienerpackages.ubuntu.com ... :)19:59
ashmew2can do it here :P19:59
ashmew2just learned this 2 min ago from someone on the IRC lool19:59
icwienerSure, I just corrected my misspelling19:59
ashmew2already installed libqt4-dev20:00
tsimpson--> well it's not adding the Qt include path, so you need to fix that20:00
ashmew2is KDE acting weird because i did an apt-get install kubuntu-desktop from the gnome desktop20:00
ashmew2well , how do i fix that20:00
ashmew2in KDevelop's settings ?20:00
tsimpsonlook in the kdevelop settings20:00
tsimpsonQt includes are in /usr/include/qt420:01
ashmew2/usr/include/kdemacros.h:162 : fatal error: QtCore/qglobal.h : No Such file20:01
tsimpsonyes, it's not adding the Qt include path20:01
ashmew2yes i do have a qglobal.h gile20:03
ashmew2omg, will have to run Kdevelop as sudo to add custom paths20:04
StarminnSince installing KDE on Ubuntu, Firefox pages have looked awful. The font is so unbelievably thin that it really becomes a hassle just to read what's on the page. Tips/help?20:06
tsimpsonok, if he comes back ^ yell at him for wanting to run KDevelop with sudo...20:06
icwienerasfyxia: Unlikely.20:08
tsimpsonStarminn: have a look in System Settings -> Appearance -> GTK+ Appearance20:08
icwienerasfyxia: Sorry. ;)20:08
BluesKajStarminn, open kmenu/apps/settings/system settings and set your fonts there20:08
Starminntsimpson: There's a lot of "apperance"s but none just "Appearance"20:09
StarminnIt does it in GNOME, though, too.20:09
BluesKajapplications appearance20:09
tsimpsonStarminn: may be "Application Appearance"20:09
tsimpsonit changes depending on KDE version apparently20:10
Starminntsimpson: Thought so. Just makng sure. :)20:10
Starminntsimpson: It's still doing it. Everything matches up perfectly before/after KDE but it's so thin.20:11
BluesKajI wish chrome followed the other browser integration policies , my large monitor make the tab and toolbar/bokkmarkbar fonts too small to read20:12
StarminnInteresting. Chrome also does it to me.20:12
Starminn(the terrible fonts thing I'm having)20:13
BluesKajI like chatting on our media server pc which is connected to our plasma tv , so I guess the chrome devs don't realize alot of ppl are doing this now with the advent of hdmi outs on graphics cards20:14
BluesKajonboard graphics cards are including hdmi outs now ..it's very common...altho I'm using an nvida 8400gs that has dvi out20:16
BluesKajdvi to hdmi cable20:16
BluesKajStarminn, which kde version ?20:17
Peace-BluesKaj: didi you see on kde 4.61 dolphin hangs a lots opening your home ?20:18
StarminnBluesKaj: KDE4? Whatever the latest is I suppose since I installed it yesterday20:19
BluesKajPeace-, not here20:19
Peace-BluesKaj: well it's bug :P20:19
BluesKajStarminn, open dolphin help , about kde20:20
StarminnBluesKaj: 4.5.120:20
BluesKajStarminn, maverick, right ?20:21
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StarminnBluesKaj: Yep.20:21
StarminnBluesKaj: Ran GNOME for like 5 months, always hated KDE, decided to give it another chance, I'm quite enjoying it this time around, but I'm disappointed that it's messing with my webpages. ;) HAha20:22
BluesKajwell you could upgrade to kde 4.6 with : sudo apt-add-repository ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports , then sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade20:23
StarminnWhere's Konsole at?20:23
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BluesKajerr apps /system20:25
BluesKajI can never remember ...the menu makes no sense to me ..I just add what i want to the panel , menus are pita to me :)20:26
NathanaelGjust press ALT + F2 and type konsole20:26
NathanaelGStarminn:  just ALT F2 and type konsole20:26
BluesKajicons in the panel work20:27
NathanaelGI rarely use the panel20:27
BluesKajtyping is a pita too20:27
NathanaelGmostly alt f2 ;-)20:27
NathanaelGI type faster than I run my mouse20:27
BluesKajNathanaelG, you're just trying to be a purist20:28
NathanaelGBluesKaj: is it so obvious? nope; then I'd say do it all in bash ;-)20:29
yofelwell, I'm on NathanaelG side here, but I mapped alt+f2 to meta+space20:29
BluesKajI have to stay out of #ubuntu ..I'm forgetting where all the gnome menus etc are now20:29
NathanaelGyofel, clever solution20:29
NathanaelGeven faster - I might try that, although I ll mostly press alt f2 and ask myself why nothing happens ;-) @yofel20:29
BluesKajNathanaelG, yeah , I have some aliases in bashrc , they work well20:30
yofelhaha, well, that's what gnome-do used back in my gnome days, so I was simply used to that and wondered why meta+space didn't do anything :P20:30
NathanaelGOuch yofel ;-)20:31
NathanaelGthough I havent run gnome for ages20:31
yofelme neither, I'll see what G3 looks like when It comes out20:31
yofelbut I'm really not a friend for a desktop environment where the 2D and 3D environments look different20:32
NathanaelGI'm one of those naïve kde fanboys that comes home after a poker evening at 0 o Clock and start updating to the new kde versions20:32
BluesKajyofel , I'm waiting for gnome to adopt homer simpson as their mascot ...it's getting too cartooney for my taste :)20:33
yofelheh, well, I'm running natty, so I can't really way anything against that ^^20:33
NathanaelGso rue20:33
NathanaelG*true , sorry20:33
BluesKajnatty here as well. seems to be fine so far20:33
BluesKajafter the xorg mess was over... I had to wait for that to be fixed '20:34
yofelNathanaelG: btw. you left -de before I could answer earlier, I don't know if that's possible, but plasma-widget-smooth-tasks is an alternate task manager in win7 style I think20:35
StarminnStill looks bad, BluesKj20:35
yofelshowing only icons20:35
BluesKajStarminn, which fonts did you choose ?20:36
StarminnBluesKaj: Ubuntu size 9. Have been using it and still am.20:36
BluesKajand what's your resolutiuon20:36
Starminn1024x1280 (or vice versa, whatever it is)20:37
sourcemakerhow can I use the kde-pim-plugins for strigi?20:38
BluesKajok, Starminn have you nenabled the anti-aliasing and maybe try a higher dpi20:39
StarminnBluesKaj: Nope, and I've got to go to work.20:42
StarminnThanks for your time, though.20:42
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NathanaelGyofel: yes but smooth-task is buggy on 4.6.21:15
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martinalexhey, how may i disable this greetings in the kubuntu-netbook version of natty?21:23
spungoCan't seem to  enable focus follows mouse without setting autoraise on, even though click to focus is checked in Systems Settings >  Window Behaviour > Focus21:27
James147spungo: is "rase, with the following delay" checked?21:28
spungoSorry I meant that raise is unchecked...21:28
miccasounds like poker!21:29
miccaI raise... hmm unchecked21:29
miccaa chak-raise21:29
spungoI fold21:29
miccagood fold21:29
FloodBotK1micca: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.21:29
James147spungo: hmm, well focus follows mouse here dose auto rais the windows without the "raise, with..." being checked :(21:31
James147doesnt auto raise ^^21:31
spungoJames147: Thanks for the help - maybe I should just stick with click to focus for now eh?21:32
rats_Hi all When I have multiple irssi tabs running in Konsole and try to close one of them using the close tab ( red X) in the lower right corner it breaks my right click drop down menu with copy paste preference....in it.Any idea21:37
rats_for all tabs21:37
rats_If I use /exit or file> close tab all ok21:40
danny_I have a Aspire 5942g and the lm-sensors not detect my sensors21:41
spungoIs there a way to get all the old konsole profiles  back? (without re-creating them manually, I mean)22:00
* spungo yawns22:10
spungonon stop chat in here , eh? -- I can barely get a word in edgeways... 8¬P22:15
ubuntuhow can i install flash?22:18
quantubuntu, package kit, search for flash, install22:19
ubuntuthe command for console22:19
ubuntui want22:19
quantubuntu, remove gnash before that if it's installed22:19
ubuntuquant: what is the command for console22:19
quantubuntu, apt-get install flashplayer-nonfree probably22:19
ubuntuidiot names22:19
ubuntuhow can i install flash in ubuntu from terminal?22:26
marxjohnsonapt-get install flashplugin-installer22:28
marxjohnsonor flashplugin64-installer if you want 64bit22:28
draikHow do I set Konqueror to be the default file browser?22:51
draikAlso, where do I choose Pulseaudio to be the default audio controller?22:51
kujulessystem settings, standard components i suppose22:52
draikThank you22:55
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heavy_softhello ppl23:25
heavy_softcan i forward to kde 4.5.5 after upgrading 4.6.1 ! ?23:25
Aisonwhen I play musik, video, or whatever with vlc23:29
Aisonthe sound is turned of after around 10minutes23:29
Aisonthen I have to restart the playing and the sound is back23:30
Aisonquite strange23:30

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