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jribFudge: are you using keys or password?00:00
Fudgekeys00:00
jribFudge: can you connect using password?00:00
SIFTUFudge: hey buddie.. log out and back in :)00:00
JokesOnYou77Ok, I now kind of get how X redirection works with ssh -X, is there a way that I can have the remote X-session in a Xephyr window?00:00
Fudgeno just tried another user and got same thing00:00
jclbrtright now i have it set to the directions i posted above the iptables config00:00
SeveasJokesOnYou77, you'll want to look at NX I think00:01
jclbrthttp://www.server-servers.com/ubuntu-router-network-gateway/00:01
SIFTUFudge: reboot.. I'm sure it's one of those00:01
ActionParsnipjclbrt: webmin isn't to be used with ubuntu00:01
FudgeSIFTU  wont it have the same problem after a reboot?00:01
Fudgeits headless00:01
jclbrtummm why?00:01
jclbrti have it operating fine on about 18 other boxes00:01
ActionParsnip!webmin | jclbrt00:01
ubottujclbrt: webmin is no longer supported in Debian and Ubuntu. It is not compatible with the way that Ubuntu packages handle configuration files, and is likely to cause unexpected issues with your system.00:01
jrib!who | Fudge00:01
ubottuFudge: 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 :)00:01
SIFTUFudge: I'm pretty I have had that problem before00:01
JokesOnYou77Seveas: NX? Not the Siemens CAD program I'm assuming00:02
jclbrtthats very strange never had any problems with it before00:02
jclbrtand i have 10.04 installed on all my boxes00:02
ActionParsnipjclbrt: its not to be used, you can set it easily with SSH00:02
jclbrtok.. how can i do it with ssh?00:02
mrdebwahtproblem00:02
FudgeSIFTU  yeah its a lts 10.0.3 box now, was jaunty00:02
Fudgeoops .400:03
GridCubechanging a partition size changes its uuid?00:04
mrdeboh 10 3 is out?00:04
SeveasJokesOnYou77, no :) nomachine.com00:04
ActionParsnipjclbrt: you need to know the interface name then set the gateway IP and tell it to use that interface00:04
mrdebis it better to wait for 111000:04
bazhangmrdeb, there is no 10.300:04
mrdebhmm00:04
jribmrdeb, Fudge: there's no such thing as those versions00:04
mrdebwhy00:04
GridCubemrdeb, 10.04.3 exist00:04
bazhangmrdeb, it does not exist00:04
mrdebgrid it does00:04
mrdeb?00:05
jclbrtwhich interface? the LAN interface or the WAN interface00:05
jclbrti know both of those00:05
JokesOnYou77Seveas: thanks for the suggestion, but the functionality of the X server and VNC are more than sufficient for me00:05
jclbrtalso what config files do i need to edit for that00:05
Fudgejrib  what doesnt exist? 10.4.3?00:05
jribFudge: that too and 10.0.3 that you said earlier00:06
Fudgejrib  it was clearly a typo but lts rel .3 does exist, your mistaken00:06
jribFudge: 10.04.3 exists, yes00:06
footvillaok guys so i got my telnet to work00:06
ActionParsnipjclbrt: whichever you want to get the web with00:06
jclbrthuh? lol...00:07
ActionParsnipjclbrt: I suggest you run:  route     on the server and on your client, and compare00:07
jclbrtok now i am really lost00:07
jclbrtwhat do u mean run route?00:07
jclbrti have a windows client connected to ETH1 (where it's getting DHCP) and ETH0 is connected to my modem00:08
GridCubeill repeat my question, does changing a partition changes its UUID?00:08
jclbrtmy Windows PC is indeed able to ping the server but unable to ssh to the server, or even get on the internet00:08
footvillaneed some opinons, i just finished installing postfix, im looking to to set up my email server im new to linux and looking for an easy install what do i install next?00:08
jribGridCube: changing a partition in what way?00:08
GridCuberesizing00:08
jclbrtfrom the server (running ubuntu) i am able to ping my PC client by IP, and also able to ping the internet00:08
jclbrtwhat I dont understand is what you mean by setting up the routes or even how to compare the routes between the two machines00:09
jclbrtforgive me if the questions is pretty elementary but i've never set ubuntu up at the head of a network (I.E. as the DHCP server)00:09
Fudgejclbrt  yes i think it does00:09
footvillamaybe Postfix + mySQL and Postfixadmin to manage it for that i would will need apache + php with mysql support maybe horde groupware for webmail00:09
jclbrtfudge: yes what does?00:10
jribGridCube: I believe so00:10
Fudgejclbrt  the uuid?00:11
GridCubeFudge, i asked the uuid :P00:11
RP64guys is ubuntu the only linux distro that automatically has drivers set up when you install it , i mean, do other ones do that or for all other linux distros do you have to manually download all your drivers before installing, put them on a disk / something and then load them after u install the new distro?00:11
FudgeGridCube  sorry loL, Use 'blkid -o value -s UUID' to print the universally unique identifier00:11
GridCubeso what updates fstabs if i change a partition size?00:12
FudgeGridCube  im not sure if fstab actually gets updated, i recall when moving stuff around in gparted having to change swaps uuid to a new value00:12
jribGridCube: are you sure anything does?00:12
jclbrtfudge that has nothing to do with what i'm doing00:12
qinRP64: Ubuntu would be one distro which do not install properiary drivers by default.00:13
jclbrtu r probably talking to someone else00:13
Fudgejclbrt  yeah my bad00:13
jclbrti'm having routing issues00:13
ActionParsnipRP64: depends for what hardware, proprietary ones like Broadcom, Nvidia and Ati cannot be legally included00:13
RP64qin: i mean like video drivers sound drivers etc.00:13
GridCubejrib, nope thats why im asking, it sounds very silly to use UUID instead of the old /dev/sd* way of doing things00:13
RP64ActionParsnip: yo so action lol i know nvidia obviously i am experiencing that hardcore atm but like00:13
RP64ActionParsnip:  basically yea what was the new plan we were gonna do ? I cant remember00:13
jribGridCube: well it's nice if you put a new disk in or take one out, etc00:14
jclbrtso confusion... a thousand articles to do what i'm doing and ppl say tehy work... and not a single one has worked thus far00:14
rhsanbornI'm trying to install a package on maverick, I'm getting this:  ros-electric-eigen : Depends: libeigen3-dev (= 3.0.1-1+ros4~maverick) but 3.0.1-1+ros4~natty is to be installed. It looks like it doesn't want to install the package pending the upgrade. But I don't want to do the upgrade, any ideas?00:14
Fudgejclbrt  i guess its better than no article s:D00:14
MonkeyDustjclbrt: we're all unique00:14
jclbrtit'd be nice to have a readme that worked for a change tho00:14
GridCubeoh, well thanks jrib i will change all my UUID names to /dev/sd* paths00:15
Fudgerhsanborn  I have found aptitude is pretty good at recommending methods to get your package working00:15
JokesOnYou77does anyone have any experience with Xephyr?00:15
jclbrtpretty sure ActionParsnip is correct but i have no clue what hes talking about00:15
hopinick plus-00:15
jclbrtor even how to do what he is saying to do00:15
MonkeyDustjclbrt: be creative and combine some things you learned here00:16
rhsanbornFudge: I'm sorry, I'm not sure what you mean.00:16
jclbrtwell i havent learned anything yet00:16
jclbrtsince my problem is still existing00:17
Fudgerhsanborn  such as aptitude install package and if there are conflicts it gives you alternatives to get it working00:17
Fudgejclbrt  what was ActionParsnip 's method?00:17
jclbrtand seemingly noone can explain how to properly configure IPtables to allow me to route properly00:17
Fudgeoh jclbrt  sorry thats out of my depth, they go upside down though dont they lol00:17
ActionParsnipFudge: seems to be a routing issue00:17
seidelwhats the command to see what kind of graphic card i have??00:17
ActionParsnipjclbrt: do both interfaces have a default gateway set?00:17
MonkeyDustjclbrt: then kindly learn how to configure IP tables00:18
FudgeActionParsnip  has he tried disabling iptables to see if its related?00:18
ActionParsnipseidel: sudo lshw -C display00:18
jclbrtActionParsnip what do you mean?00:18
ActionParsnipFudge: I don't believe so00:18
jclbrtplease explain00:18
jclbrthow would i know00:18
ActionParsnipjclbrt: a network interface will get a default gateway set, telling the OS where to send packets to in order to connect to the network. This is usualy the IP of a router00:19
Fudgejclbrt  we're trying to see if the routing issue is related to iptables or something else00:19
seidelwhats the command to see what kind of graphic card i have? on archlinux?00:19
ActionParsnipjclbrt: do both interfaces have a default gateway set?00:19
ActionParsnipseidel: arch isn't supported here00:19
jclbrtActionParsnip i am trying to make my ubuntu a router00:19
jclbrtthats the issue00:19
jclbrtthere is not router00:19
bazhang#archlinux seidel00:19
jclbrtit connects RIGHT to my modem00:19
FloodBot1jclbrt: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.00:19
Fudgejclbrt  in that case the gateway is your modem00:19
ActionParsnipjclbrt: fine, but do both interfaces on the system have a default gateway IP defined?00:19
SIFTUjclbrt: sudo apt-get install pastebinit -y && netstat -rn | pastebinit00:20
seidelbazhang can you get in there and ask for me? i am not registred, and i registred wrong when i tried to, so i have to wait 24 hours till next time i can register a nick00:20
bazhangseidel, #freenode for help with registering00:20
ActionParsnipjclbrt: if both interfaces have a default gateway set, it won't work. "2 defaults" makes no sense00:20
ActionParsnipjclbrt: the internal interface should have no default gateway set, only IP and subnet mask00:21
jclbrtActionParsnip, i have no clue where to find that info00:21
SeveasActionParsnip, "default gateway" is not an interface-specific setting00:21
ActionParsnipjclbrt: well you set the IP addresses on the interfaces right?00:21
Seveas:)00:21
MonkeyDustjclbrt: you know how to manually configure a network?00:21
ActionParsnipSeveas: it is00:21
SIFTUjclbrt: run that command I sent and we can see00:21
SeveasActionParsnip, no, it is not. See the output of the 'route' command.00:22
ActionParsnipSeveas: look at the config in /etc/network/interfaces onlin00:22
ntr0pyHow can i set correct subpixel rendering in FF7?        it uses RGB and i need BGR... that looks very ugly.00:22
Fudgejclbrt  also an iptables channel might be better for you, think it redirects to #netfolder00:22
ActionParsnipSeveas: I only have one interface on this box, so doesn't show it00:22
SeveasActionParsnip, you may be able to define it twice, but that doesn't mean there can actually be two00:22
SIFTUFudge: #netfilter maybe?00:22
jclbrtActionParsnip, my ETH0 which goes out to my modem is set to dhcp00:22
jclbrtthe ETH1 has a static IP set but no gateway00:23
FudgeSIFTU  loL oh yes i just heard the name didnt read it thank you00:23
SeveasActionParsnip, http://dpaste.com/624563/ :)00:23
bktrakAnyone know how to downgrade to kernel 2.6.32-34?00:24
bktrakin 11.04 ubuntu00:24
jclbrtthe gateway for my clients IS the ubuntu machine00:24
MonkeyDustjclbrt: type cat /etc/network/interfaces | pastebinit and paste it here so we can see00:24
seidelwhy i cant install nvidia drivers? i get error after writing ''pacman -S nvidia nvidia-utils''     > :: nvidia-utils and libgl are in conflict. Remove libgl? [y/N] y error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)00:24
SeveasActionParsnip, the problem with /etc/network/interfaces is that it tries to do too many things: set up ip addresses, configure routing, set up interfaces...00:24
ActionParsnipbktrak: If you can find the debs, you can install the kernel. I don't adives it though00:24
bazhangseidel, this is not arch support00:24
seideli know00:24
bazhangseidel, so dont ask here00:24
Seveasseidel, then go away.00:24
ActionParsnipSeveas: i love the file, means I can ditch network manager :)00:25
jclbrt!pastebin00:25
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.00:25
SeveasActionParsnip, hehe :)00:25
ActionParsnipSeveas: wired link only here00:25
Seveaswifi + openvpn here00:25
Seveasn-m is really useful for me00:25
JesterI need some insight on how library version numbers work on Ubuntu.  For instance, I have the package "libsdl1.2debian-pulseaudio 1.2.14-6.1ubuntu3".  Clearly, it means libsdl 1.2.14 is installed.  However, the library file it contains is "/usr/lib/libSDL-1.2.so.0.11.3".  Where does the 0.11.3 come from ?00:25
jclbrtok pasted http://paste.ubuntu.com/700167/00:26
ActionParsnipSeveas: on this box not so much, on my lappy I use wicd, gotta love curses UI00:26
jclbrtThats what my interface configuration is00:26
jclbrtwhich should be right....00:26
ActionParsnipJester: probably a symlink00:26
MonkeyDustjclbrt: i see no gateway set00:27
jclbrtmonkeydust the machine is the gateway00:27
jclbrtit's a router00:27
Fudgejclbrt  you can use pastebinit like /exec cat filename | pastebinit to get the link directly in many irc clients00:27
SIFTUMonkeyDust: getting it from dhcp probably00:27
SeveasMonkeyDust, eth0 dhcp, dhcp will set the gateway00:27
SIFTUjclbrt: have you pasted your routing table yet?00:27
jclbrti have no clue where to find my routing table00:27
Seveasjclbrt, the route command00:28
SIFTUjclbrt: I sent you the command00:28
SIFTUjclbrt: sudo apt-get install pastebinit -y && netstat -rn | pastebinit00:28
JesterActionParsnip: "/usr/lib/libSDL-1.2.so.0 -> libSDL-1.2.so.0.11.3".  "/usr/lib/libSDL-1.2.so.0.11.3: ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked, stripped"00:28
SIFTUjclbrt: sudo apt-get install pastebinit -y && netstat -rn | pastebinit00:28
jclbrtsrry lots talking to me00:28
MonkeyDusti see static and dhcp00:28
jclbrtmonkeydust that is correct00:28
EnigmaticCoderCan anyone recommend a book on linux programming tools, programs such as gdb, gprof, and valgrind? A book covering all three (or some) is prefereable.00:28
jclbrtthe static interface is where the DHCP server runs on00:28
jclbrtthat needs no gateway00:28
seidelwhy i cant install nvidia drivers? i get error after writing ''pacman -S nvidia nvidia-utils''     > :: nvidia-utils and libgl are in conflict. Remove libgl? [y/N] y error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)00:28
Fudgeseidel  lshw whill list hardware so you can determine the video card, but beyond that you will need to get into #archlinux00:29
sauloHello, I have a problem with ubuntu, I'm receiving the error "unable to connect to system bus: Failed to connect to socket /var/run/dbus/system_bus_socket: Connection refused".... There are the pid file and the socket file at /var/run/dbus, but cat system_bus_socket file returns "device or non-existent address"00:29
Fudgeseidel  but it doesnt look as if its restricted to registered nicks00:30
SIFTUjclbrt: still waiting for your routing table00:30
whozHi, there. I have a problem. I set up 2virtual machines. the first one has damn small linux running which i just use as a firewall to make sure that the second one which is using ubuntu(v 11.04) does not accidentally connect to the internet except trough tor. so its basically a gatekeeper. The second vm which runs ubuntu(i use it for browsing, chatting etc) is configured so, that i can only access the internet via Tor. Now here is the Pro00:30
whozils and i get a connection timeout message(see here:http://imageshack.us/f/707/wontwork.jpg/). If it helps i can post my ifconfig/tunnels.00:30
jclbrtSIFTU: http://pastebin.com/Y0XaevfE00:30
SeveasFudge, please ignore seidel. He's been trolling for a while now.00:30
ActionParsnipJester: cool00:30
jclbrtright now the computer is plugged into my wireless router temporarily00:30
ActionParsnipJester: the file is the same, you are just using a link to humour apps expecting the specific filename00:31
jclbrtso it's ETH0 ip is 192.168.11.11000:31
SIFTUjclbrt: ok it looks fine00:31
seidelFudge i am not trolling, i fucked up the registration by typing the wrong email, so i have to wait for 24 hours now to register an new nick00:31
bazhangseidel, #freenode and stop cursing and asking for arch support here00:32
starpwnageHey, when i boot ubuntu desktop, i get a white screen with weird black text. It has alot of the following: `~():;:):(00:32
starpwnageanyone know whats going on?00:32
JesterActionParsnip: I have no clue what you are talking about.  However I think I might have found a webpage with useful information00:32
MonkeyDustseidel: type /nick seidel1 and use that in #arch00:33
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JokesOnYou77does anyone have any experience with Xephyr? I'd like to install Xephyr in /home on a system I don't have admin privileges on00:34
thrilwayCan anyone help me pinpoint an issue I'm having with firefox's GUI?00:34
ActionParsnipJester: some apps expect specific filename like /usr/lib/libSDL-1.2.so.0 and if you don't have the file the app complains, so what you do is make a link to a different file so that the filename does exist. The file is essentially a COPY of the file it is linked to but costs zero extra storage, its only a link00:35
Seveas!anyone | thrilway00:35
ubottuthrilway: A high percentage of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..." Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out? See also !details, !gq, and !poll.00:35
ActionParsnipJester: so if some app was looking for /usr/lib/libSDL-1.2.so.15  and you don't have it but /usr/lib/libSDL-1.2.so.0   des what is required, you can make another link and the app will run00:36
ActionParsnip*does00:36
JesterActionParsnip: I know all of that.  What I was asking does not even remotely pertain to that which you are explaining.  However this page here gave me the answer.  the version is divided into SONAME and ABI version (given by upstream). readelf is your friend.00:37
thrilwayFirefox's GUI is messed up to the point of making it unusable. It's probably been this way for me since around v5.0.00:38
MonkeyDustthrilway: try Chromium in stead of FF00:39
Seveasthrilway, or throw away your ~/.mozilla/firefox folder to start with a clean slate00:39
JokesOnYou77When I run "apt-get source xserver-xephyr" I get the entire xorg server.  what do I configure/compile to get just Xephyr??00:40
Philip_Hi, has anyone been able to get google video chat in Firefox while apparmor for Firefox is enable?00:41
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thrilwaySeveas: that did it. But I don't understand, I've purged and reinstalled firefox several times. isn't that supposed to delete ~/.mozilla/firefox?00:43
Seveasthrilway, no, purging doesn't tocuh anything in peoples home directory00:44
thrilwaySeveas: oh, that makes sense. Thanks.00:45
prodigelhi all. Just got a brand new acer aspire 5750, installed ubuntu on it, but I encountered problems with the wireless card. thought an upgrade will help, now I have 11.10, network card is still losing packets. lspci says it's a atheros AR2987 card using ath9k. Are there any known issues regarding it? Thanks00:46
MonkeyDustprodigel: ask in #ubuntu+100:51
cyx_Hi, there. I have a problem. I set up 2virtual machines. the first one has damn small linux running which i just use as a firewall to make sure that the second one which is using ubuntu(v 11.04) does not accidentally connect to the internet except trough tor. so its basically a gatekeeper. The second vm which runs ubuntu(i use it for browsing, chatting etc) is configured so, that i can only access the internet via Tor. Now here is the Pro00:53
cyx_ls and i get a connection timeout message(see here:http://imageshack.us/f/707/wontwork.jpg/). If it helps i can post my ifconfig/tunnels.00:53
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Seveascyx_, some of your text is missing00:56
cyx_oh, where did it stop?00:56
Seveas"Now here is the Pro"00:56
cyx_lolwat00:57
gebbionehi guys00:58
daniel__hi00:58
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daniel__how i can learn shell programming...i'm a fuck'n newbie.00:59
xanguadaniel__: study00:59
ghostx64read a book00:59
daniel__yeap...but what resources do you offer me ?00:59
ghostx64u can have my mom00:59
ghostx64if u want00:59
daniel__yeap... i fuck her if you want... but i need shell programming first...01:00
Seveasghostx64, http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/01:00
Seveasdaniel__, ghostx64. Behave.01:00
MonkeyDustdaniel__: find a "bash tutorial" or so, there are plenty01:00
Seveasdaniel__, http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/ will do01:00
cyx_So, no one can help?01:00
daniel__what do you need cyx ?01:00
gebbioneis there any tool i can use in ubuntu to stress test my graphic card? I suspect its chip is causing problems to the system as it is very unstable and i want to check for screen tearing and graphical artifacts. Anything like 3DMARK06?01:00
Seveascyx_, not unless we know the question...01:01
cyx_the problem is that i get connection timeout all the time01:01
cyx_question would be: how to fix it01:01
catchercyx_, have you done a traceroute to see where the packets are dropping?01:01
cyx_how can i do it?01:02
Seveaswith traceroute :)01:02
catcher^01:02
MonkeyDustor mtr01:02
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qingebbione: glxgears01:03
daniel__window 101:03
gebbioneqin thanks i ll try now01:04
bktrakHiiii01:05
hexacodecan i use wilcards in my hosts file? such as  127.0.0.1 *facebook*01:08
bktrakcan i use wilcards in my hosts fille? such as  127.0.0.1 *facebook*01:09
ghostx64hey seveas - great link01:10
bktrakhey seveas - great link01:10
bktrakfaggt01:10
hexacodebktrak ?01:10
ghostx64he had to go - i guess he had a visitor01:11
gebbionegrrr nothing opens anymore in my ubuntu01:11
gebbione:/01:11
gebbionewhy01:11
ghostx64have you tried hooking up a smotherbox?01:11
gebbionei keep clicking on the left toolbars and icons on desktop but nothing comes up01:11
ghostx64u was having problems with ubuntu until i hooked one up01:11
gebbioneghostx64:  was your question for me?01:12
ghostx64no question01:12
ghostx64just an answer01:13
bazhangghostx64, stop it now01:13
ghostx64okey dokey01:14
StepNjumpWhy is it so hard to get evolution to get up and running under win?01:17
bazhangStepNjump, windows?01:17
StepNjumpbazhang yes... I use it in Linux but when i'm FORCED to work with Windozed, I would like to have it01:18
bazhang##windows StepNjump01:18
StepNjump10-4 tnx01:18
starpwnagehttp://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z200/benllben/P1110515.jpg - whats wrong with my ubuntu? :(01:19
ex0evolution work with hotmail accounts?? // windows live mail01:20
efpc2003question... works in ubuntu... amd apu a8-3850 with ati video (gpu+cpu)01:20
xanguaex0: yes, google hotmail pop301:20
catcherstarpwnage, Looks like it's using the wrong display driver for your video card..01:25
starpwnagecatcher, how would i fix that? I cant even boot into ubuntu to change anything01:25
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catcherstarpwnage, Is it a fresh install?01:27
starpwnagecather, my first instal done that, then i done it a second time and it worked for 2 days, now its doing that01:27
koltenHello?01:32
starpwnagecatcher, my first instal done that, then i done it a second time and it worked for 2 days, now its doing that01:33
aeon-ltdkolten: yes?01:33
ex0i cant get evolution to connect to windows live mail..01:33
ex0using the ports i saw on this page said port 995 for pop3.live.com01:34
ex0and port 25 for smtp.live.com01:34
ex0i cant get connected for some reason anyone have ideas?01:34
koltenI am looking to use my Xbox 360 on my laptop connected to the laptop with an Ethernet cable so it can use its wireless capabilities. Can anyone help me with this?01:34
andyhi what are the good messengers for yahoo and msn that have webcam support01:34
xanguaandy http://gyachi.sourceforge.net/ has support for webcam01:36
xanguaor better use jabber or skype ;)01:36
kaushik_is there any deb which can take images using web cam01:38
kaushik_?01:38
jribkaushik_: cheese?01:38
tensorpuddingkaushik_, check out cheese01:38
kaushik_yeah thanks01:39
tensorpuddingkaushik_, it's in the software center01:39
qinkaushik_: mplayer, vlc ?01:39
kaushik_i forgot that name01:39
kaushik_:)01:39
footvilladoes any 1 do freelance work?01:42
bazhang!ot | footvilla01:42
ubottufootvilla: #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!01:42
soreau! anyone | footvilla01:42
ubottufootvilla: A high percentage 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.01:42
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andyhow do u install gyachi on ubuntu 11.0401:51
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ActionParsnipandy: there may be a ppa01:51
sauloMy system is booting wthout network config. At start, I see the message "Waiting for network configuration..." and I wait ore 60 seconts with the system trying, resulting on "booting without network". Somebody an help me with this?01:52
ActionParsnipandy: http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-install-gyachi-on-ubuntu-11-04-natty-using-ppa.html01:52
glauconhey01:52
Apple5hai guis01:53
ActionParsniphi Apple501:54
Apple5can any1 has use archive manager01:54
andythank you soo much for that01:54
zeroseven0183Hi Apple5, which Archive Manager? The default one?01:55
Apple5oh god theres more than one :( yea the default one i has download a program01:55
Apple5and it makes me folders and no install button!01:55
ActionParsnipApple5: what are you extracting?01:56
Apple5i was downloading python01:56
ActionParsnipApple5: python is in a default install01:56
Apple5oh i was also downloading tor01:56
RoDiMuS-XAnyone know how to get the Gnome-Shell version from bash shell?01:56
zeroseven0183You can run Python by default01:56
ActionParsnip!tor01:57
ubottuTor is a program to route connections through several servers for anonymity. It is in Ubuntu's repositories, but the Tor Project recommends using their Tor packages due to past issues with Ubuntu's. For setup info, see option (2) of https://www.torproject.org/docs/debian.html.en | To use Tor on freenode, see !tor-sasl01:57
qinRoDiMuS-X: hm?01:57
josh99i want to run win inside on my laptop with wmware. do i need the vmware player?01:57
qinRoDiMuS-X: sudo apt-get install gnome-shell01:57
ActionParsnip!vmware01:58
ubottuVMWare is not available in the Ubuntu repositories. Consider using !QEmu or !VirtualBox as alternatives. Instructions for installing VMWare manually are at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VMware01:58
RoDiMuS-Xi got it gnome-shell --version01:58
g0rsjosh99: there is an open vm from oracle or sun01:58
RoDiMuS-XI wasn't thinking01:58
RoDiMuS-XThanks much01:58
cyx_oracle vm virtual box manager01:58
g0rstry virtual box01:58
josh99g0rs: i know but i have a vmware-only windows01:58
qinRoDiMuS-X: Oh, sorry, didnt look properly. Coffee needed.01:59
g0rsvirtualbox is platform independent01:59
zeroseven0183Apple5: so were you able to run Python now?01:59
RoDiMuS-Xqim: I feel your pain believe me01:59
g0rsjosh99: i ran linux on linux using virtualbox01:59
Apple5it is python idle01:59
Apple5i want to still learn thing though01:59
zeroseven0183Sure. There are a lot of free tutorials in the web02:00
Apple5which is best02:00
zeroseven0183If you're looking for Python for beginners, check out Full Circle Magazine's special Python editions02:00
Apple5i mean archive manager and terminal things'02:01
zeroseven0183Oh I see02:01
qinApple5: /join #python02:01
RP64so guys whats this mint linux ive heard about02:01
ActionParsnipApple5: to extract in terminal easily, install unp :)02:01
RP64is it better than ubuntu this guy told me it is02:01
RoDiMuS-XMint is based on Ubuntu02:01
ActionParsnipRP64: its a rehashed ubuntu with a significantly smaller community02:01
qin!mint > RP6402:01
ubottuRP64, please see my private message02:01
zeroseven0183Apple5: Check out the official Ubuntu documentation about using the command line https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal02:02
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zeroseven0183and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CommandlineHowto Apple502:02
RP64ActionParsnip:  is it good02:02
qinRP64: Are you new to linux? You may want to use distro with vast support instead of niche.02:03
Guest62330/mode mandrak +x02:04
MonthOLDpickleHello02:04
RP64well i used ubuntu in 2008-10  then now im trying to install ubuntu onto my new computer, but , it won't work because of nvidia drivers02:04
MonthOLDpickleI have a really old XP Pro computer that won't boot into xp and constant reboot02:04
RoDiMuS-XRP64: Mint did not really impress me much, its a bit plain02:04
MonthOLDpickleI am trying to run a livecd ubunto 11.04, but the computer may be too old its been doing the ubuntu 11.04 with dots for a good 7 minutes so far02:05
Apple5how do i run unp02:05
qinMonthOLDpickle: Then you would want to have xubuntu live CD to test it.02:05
RP64RoDiMuS-X:  yea the screenshots look plain lol02:05
MonthOLDpicklehow can I get older linux to see if it boots into livecd02:05
RoDiMuS-XRP64: I am one for eye candy and simplicity so I stick with Ubuntu02:06
qinMonthOLDpickle: or Damn Small Linux or Puppy.02:06
RP64ActionParsnip:  hey i appreciate the help before do you still wanna help me out with the nvidia stuff ?02:06
RoDiMuS-XRP64: I had driver issues with I used the ATI drivers, so I switched to the generic and everything works fine02:06
qinRP64: Did you try to run live session?02:06
RP64qin: oh man you have no idea how complicated it got haha02:07
RP64qin: but yes02:07
qinAnd?02:07
RP64qin: well yeah live session works no problem but as soon as I login to my installed ubuntu it just goes black screen, tried all these methods like adding boot methods etc. none of them work even though they should ,02:07
RP64qin: so new idea is to somehow go on liveCD and then download the Nvidia drivers and then transfer them onto the installed ubuntu02:07
ActionParsnipRP64: http://karuppuswamy.com/wordpress/2010/06/02/how-to-chroot-to-ubuntu-using-live-cd-to-fix-grub-rescue-prompt/02:07
RP64qin: but i dont even know how to do that02:07
RP64ActionParsnip:  oh thanks ill read that02:08
qinRP64: Type of card? There was bug for it... Also what version are you using?02:08
MonthOLDpickleDid you try taking the nvidia card out and using onboard02:08
RP64ActionParsnip:  wait , action, that's talking about fixing GRub problems02:08
RP64ActionParsnip:  isnt it ??02:08
RP64MonthOLDpickle:  well thing is I want to use the nvidia since its high quality, as this is a gaming comp, but its also a desktop replacement Laptop so i cant take out the card :(02:09
footvillacan someone help me install horde4 on ubuntu 11.04 willing to make a donation02:09
ActionParsnipRP64: you can also run updates from there using the web connection in the live cd02:09
ActionParsnipRP64: read between the lines ;)02:09
SIFTURP64: lspci|grep VGA <-- paste output please02:10
RP64ActionParsnip:  Oh i see hah02:10
RP64SIFTU:  cant im on vista atm02:10
SIFTURP64: is this a new laptop?02:10
RP64SIFTU:  its from 2008 so not really but its not really outdated either02:10
RP64SIFTU: qosmio x30002:10
SIFTURP64: ah ok.. pre optimus then02:10
MonthOLDpicklelol I get file not found when trying to dl dsl02:11
ActionParsnipMonthOLDpickle: what is dsl?02:13
qinMonthOLDpickle: "dl dsl"02:13
MonthOLDpickledamn small linux02:14
theuser51Hello?02:15
MonthOLDpicklehi02:15
ActionParsnipMonthOLDpickle: http://gd.tuwien.ac.at/opsys/linux/damnsmall/current/dsl-4.4.10.iso02:16
xtremoxchilehi ubuntu is supported for pentium 3 computer?02:16
ActionParsnipxtremoxchile: sure, I'd use lubuntu or xubuntu to free up more resources02:16
excelsiorsudo apt-get moo02:17
xtremoxchileok thanks you :)02:17
xtremoxchilesudo apt-get openbox02:17
bsmith093how do i save text so that italics and bold are marked like in a plain text document, if they arent already marked up like that?02:17
baktrakYay got ubuntu 10.04 to stablelize :002:18
baktrakdownloaded kernel 2.6.35 :)02:18
baktraksolved the firefox.bin eating my cpu problem02:18
qinbsmith093: bold and italic are formatting, and contradiction to plain.02:18
baktrak:D02:18
mrdebhi02:18
ActionParsnipbaktrak: strange, I'd report a bug with your fix02:20
baktrakIdk what it was02:20
baktrakBut i solved the beast02:20
ActionParsnipbaktrak: the kernel?02:20
baktrak:D02:20
baktrakYes02:20
baktrakIt was the kernel02:20
baktrak:D02:20
FloodBot1baktrak: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.02:20
baktrak0.01 0.01 0.0102:20
baktrakhow about that useage02:20
bazhangbaktrak, what?02:21
MonthOLDpicklewhat does it mean after trying to boot into dsl two pinguins and a blinking curosr02:21
MonthOLDpicklecan't type anything02:21
baktrakThats my CPU usage from ubuntu 10.04 right now02:21
bazhangMonthOLDpickle, ask in  a dsl support channel02:21
baktraker not cpu load02:21
baktrakload useage..02:21
qinbsmith093: If you want you can use Ansi, or RTF: echo -e "\033[1mfoo\033[0m"02:21
baktrakbut before i updated to kernel 2.6.35 on 10.04 it was high but now its really low 0.01 0.01 0.0102:22
baktrak:)02:22
baktrakwith firefox open and playin music ;)02:22
bsmith093qin: what i mean is, is there a fast way , because i would like to do this to ~1mb of text02:23
ActionParsnipbaktrak: could have just updated to Natty etc ;)02:24
qinbsmith093: maybe some fancy vim plugin, or kate.02:24
baktrakdude i get .40 .40 .40 load usage in natty kernel ;)02:24
baktrakwhy upgrade to tat when i get 0.01 0.01 0.01 ;)02:24
ActionParsnipbaktrak: could report your fix as a bugfix, see what the devs reckon etc02:24
baktrakI Could Your right.. but no one would help me so why should i help them? and Its not about being greedy or selfish its about.. People helping other..02:25
guest_hiya wazzup02:25
baktrakSharings Carin right? ;)02:25
guest_meh02:26
ActionParsnipbaktrak: someone has to make the first move...02:26
baktrakBlah your right02:26
ActionParsnipand eating is cheating ;)02:26
qinbsmith093: but plain text means no formatting, so either you will use, html, rtf, or use escape codes if text would be processed by script before showing.02:26
baktrakHaha02:26
baktrakSad thing about this whole thing.. is that ive only used Ubuntu for like 2 weeks? and no ones figured this out till now?02:27
ActionParsnipbaktrak: never had the issue, mind yo I dont use firefox :D02:27
baktrakActionParsnip, doesnt matter bro.. before i switched the kernels i used EVERY one i could thing of.. an they still were eatting my CPU02:28
baktrakThats shows You what Action?02:28
baktrakThats show me.. thats it is a Nvidia Driver Bug02:28
Apple5baktrak what happened02:28
ActionParsnipbaktrak: kernel bug possibly02:28
baktrakOh nothing im on ubuntu 10.04.. and for kernel 2.6.32-34 was Very Very Bad02:29
ActionParsnipbaktrak: glad you got the gold though :)02:29
baktrakFirefox.bin was eatting my cpu including every other browser.. so i upgraded to 35.. and it solved the prob02:29
MonkeyDustbaktrak: FF is idd a very 'heavy' application02:29
baktrakMonkey im playing music right now my load is 0.01 0.01 0.0102:29
baktrakfor 10 mines02:30
baktrakThats = Way better then Natty + every other one for me02:30
baktrakAND on a 64 bit System02:30
mrdebbak on what system os02:30
MonkeyDustbaktrak: well, now it's solved, you found it02:30
MonthOLDpickleno dice in #dsl02:30
baktrakNaw i didnt find nothing.. I bet you there have been people out there that havent noticed it..02:31
baktrakBut Like Action said.. I shall report the prob.. like no one has :\02:31
baktrakThats prolly how  they didnt know about it02:31
mrdebwhat problem02:32
baktrakLol02:32
bazhang!ot | baktrak02:32
ubottubaktrak: #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!02:32
bazhangbaktrak, thats enough02:32
MonkeyDustbaktrak: not noticing a problem = not having having a problem02:32
baktrakBaz what are you talkin about?02:32
baktrakIm talking about ubuntu02:32
bazhangbaktrak, this is support only. not chit chat02:32
baktrakLol.. Im not chit chatting im chatting about a PROBLEM02:33
baktrakAnd what are you doing right now?.. Chit-Chatting02:33
MonkeyDustbaktrak: giving an opinion is not support02:33
baktrakMonkeyDust,  I wasnt giving my Opinion.. I was Telling Action.. Why The Kernel in ubuntu 10.04 was Bad.. therefore that = a Problem.. so therefore he was Telling me i should report the problem.02:34
bazhangbaktrak, then report the bug. no need to spend 20 minutes chatting about it.02:34
baktrakNow thers 1446 users in this room?.. do u see any problems?02:35
hejie5415211502:35
baktrakHejie Ask Bazhang your problems02:36
baktrakHe said he can solve them all.02:36
bazhanghejie, english please02:36
baktrakROFL02:36
baktrakk02:36
baktrakMake a script to autokick02:36
baktrak:)02:36
baktrakSo bazhang  why are u so agenst people not speaking english?.. You have something agenst those people?02:37
baktrakIts America.. "Free Speach"02:37
MonkeyDustbaktrak: please type /j #ubuntu-offtopic02:37
bazhangbaktrak, this is an english channel. lets stop the nonsense.02:37
jribbaktrak: this channel is for ubuntu support only.  Please stay on-topic02:37
stevecamin gnome, i try to tell my screensaver to change, the settings appear to of c hanged but whenever a new screensaver appears its the previously selected screensaver02:37
baktrakKk.. I have a Problem.. How do u run the "sudo" cmd in terminal?02:38
baktrak:)02:38
stevecamthat was kinda funny02:39
IdleOne!freespeech > baktrak02:39
ubottubaktrak, please see my private message02:39
DirtyDI'm surprised to find #ubuntu as the most populated channel on freenode.02:39
stevecamDirtyD, I'm not02:40
DirtyDWhy is Ubuntu so popular?02:40
mrdebbacktrak do you like the new ubuntu02:41
aeon-ltdDirtyD: gateway distro :)02:41
stevecambecause it works on some of the similar princilples windows does, it is simple, and it works02:41
IdleOne!ot | DirtyD mrdeb02:41
ubottuDirtyD mrdeb: #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!02:41
stevecamfor basic things anyway02:41
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DirtyDubottu: freenode for commercial purposes?02:42
ubottuDirtyD: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)02:42
stevecami should get a shirt saying that, "I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent"02:44
Apple5ubottu you are a bot?02:44
ubottuApple5: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)02:44
tonsofpcswhat command do I need to run to force a fsck on reboot?02:44
Apple5ubottu how do you bot if not talk person02:45
ubottuApple5: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)02:45
JokesOnYou77Can anyone help me with Chatzilla?  I can figure out how to have it make the "beep" when I get a message02:46
ActionParsnipApple5: she responds to inputs and gives a predetermined response...a bot02:47
DirtyDI won't stay long, I was just doing an audit of the channel population on freenode, and noticed that #ubuntu was pegged at #1. I wanted to see why. I see that the Ubuntu site lists "our IRC channel" on freenode as an avenue for support. It's also nice to see that Conical has made some monetary donations to freenode.. clap clap.02:48
Apple5is amarok able to put music on ipid?02:48
Apple5ipod*02:49
Loshkitonsofpcs: something like: sudo touch /forcefsck followed by a reboot....02:52
qinDirtyD: *Canonical02:52
Soul_SampleI know it's still beta, but is there a way to disable the screensaver in 11.10? i turned off every imaginable option related to displays and it still goes black after 15minutes02:52
urlin2uSoul_Sample, the oneiric channel is #ubuntu+102:53
qinSoul_Sample: Still: /j #ubuntu+102:53
bazhangSoul_Sample, #ubuntu+1 please02:53
Soul_Samplesorry, thanks02:53
Apple5hey guys can amarok music on ipod?\02:55
xanguaApple5: i supose02:57
Apple5do i use ipod recharger to use on amarok02:57
xanguaapple does the imposible to avoid ther product being used for 3rd parties02:57
Apple5whats the imposible mean02:57
gbear14275hey guys I'm having a problem copying files to a thumbdrive.  They seem to stop at 99%02:58
Apple5is the last 1% important02:59
ex0hey guys, i have this error here in my dmesg it just keeps repeating : "[ 4428.540077] hub 2-0:1.0: unable to enumerate USB device on port 502:59
gbear14275Apple5, yeah that's money shot02:59
Apple5lolololol03:00
maxximushello, just made a switch to ubuntu but using 10.04 =)03:00
mikodo@clahey You can look for newer packages for commonly used apps online at sites like SourceForge.net; Getdeb applications, or go to Launchpad and find the dev's newest tarball; and compile it yourself, as long as the dependencies can be met with your distro's release.03:00
gbear14275Apple5, ;)  so... looks like they are completing... just taking about 10x as long to get to 100%03:00
gbear14275tried both copying in file browser and the cp command... behavior the same03:00
ex0does anyone know about this error here:er packages for commonly used apps online at sites  like SourceForge.net; Getdeb applications, or go to Launchpad and find the  dev's newest tarball; and compile it yourself, as long as the its just repeating constantly in dmesg please help.03:00
ex0oops03:01
ex0not that03:01
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qingbear14275: df -h03:01
maxximusinstalled TimeTrex on my ubuntu 10.04. works well. but when i restart, TimeTrex dont work anymore, also i need to be logged in? can anyone offer advise?03:02
Guest14078Hey guys, I'm having issues trying to get Virtualbox up and running, can anyone help?03:02
qinGuest14078: How have you installed vbox?03:03
Apple5my terminal asks for my password but i cant type?03:04
maxximuscan apache be set to auto run as service so i dont have to be logged in?03:04
Guest14078I have.  The problem comes in after I set up the new virtual machine in Vbox, and when I go to run it.03:04
qinApple5: Password to not give feedback.03:05
Guest14078Not sure what I need to do, or how to do what I need to do when it prompts me to "Choose a virtual cd disk file"03:05
qinGuest14078: Then #vbox will be better place to ask. You have to create virtal disk to install system there.03:06
Guest14078I did that much.  Thanks for the tip.  I didn't realize there was a #vbox03:06
Guest14078Thanks.03:06
JokesOnYou77How can I see if a package is installed and/or what version without admin privileges?03:07
qinJokesOnYou77: dpkg -l package_name03:07
ActionParsnipJokesOnYou77: apt-cache policy packagename03:08
maxximususing 10.04, can i share a folder to be accessed by windows users? but not to ubuntu users?03:10
ActionParsnipmaxximus: use samba03:10
ActionParsnipmaxximus: you can set ownerships etc then the user will be challenged for credentials03:11
das7any ubuntu-xampp-joomla user ?03:12
bazhang!xampp | das703:12
ubottudas7: We do not support XAMPP installs here. Please use the LAMP stack that is in our repositories; see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP for more information.03:12
l337ingDisorderOi, I'm trying to download the installer and I keep getting this error: "/tmp/Q84Rh1TP.iso.part could not be saved, because the source file could not be read. Try again later, or contact the server administrator"03:12
das7i don't need xampp support03:12
JokesOnYou77Thank you. Is there also a way to list all of the dependencies (not already installed) for a given package that I'd like to install?03:13
bazhangdas7, then why ask about it03:13
ActionParsnipl337ingDisorder: installer for what?03:13
maxximusActionparsnip: do i need to create a user in my ubuntu for a windows user?03:13
das7just to know03:13
l337ingDisorderI get the same results whether I click the "Download" button on the Download Ubuntu page, or whether I click the "alternative downloads" and then click the link for http://releases.ubuntu.com/11.04/ubuntu-11.04-desktop-i386.iso.torrent03:13
ActionParsnipmaxximus: you use a local windows user to authenticate as03:13
l337ingDisorderActionParsnip: Installer for Ubuntu 11.04 32b03:13
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l337ingDisorderActionParsnip: ie, it seems the download links on the Ubu website are busted.03:14
das7well...how can i install lamp server on my ubuntu 10.10 ????03:14
bazhang!lamp | das703:14
ubottudas7: LAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process (different in Edgy+)03:14
ActionParsnipl337ingDisorder: then right click the file and select save as, or use torrents03:14
l337ingDisorderActionParsnip: I can't get the torrent either03:14
l337ingDisorderhttp://releases.ubuntu.com/11.04/ubuntu-11.04-desktop-i386.iso.torrent03:15
l337ingDisorderdoesn't work.. same error03:15
bazhangl337ingDisorder, works great here03:15
ActionParsnipl337ingDisorder: try a different site03:15
l337ingDisorderActionParsnip: any recommendations? I would tend to want to get it from the source...03:16
l337ingDisorderActionParsnip: and really, why shouldn't I be able to?03:16
bazhangl337ingDisorder, both links are fine03:16
l337ingDisordernot for me :(03:17
l337ingDisorderi wonder why03:17
maxximus_ActionParsniop: my bad but where can i set "use a local windows user to authenticate..."03:17
l337ingDisorderwtf03:17
Apple5ahh the irony, how much I ahte the company apple03:17
l337ingDisorderok the dl works in chrome03:18
l337ingDisorderbut not in ff03:18
l337ingDisorderbeeeezarro03:18
l337ingDisorderApple5: +103:18
l337ingDisorderwell anyway, got the DL going... so i guess nothin's wrong with the website, just my FF03:19
Apple5for my ipod i go to artists and it says no music even though i got many songs so have to search through entire database to find song i like03:19
l337ingDisorderthanks anyway! :)03:19
ActionParsnipl337ingDisorder: doesn't matter the source, as long as the MD5 sum matches, the source is moot03:19
ActionParsnipmaxximus_: it should ask you for authorisation03:21
bsmith093is there anything that will convert rich text to tagged text? meaning _bold_ *italic* etc?\03:22
tr3ntonis there a ways to re-index the unity search thingo? for some reason when I search it's only returning files i.e. no apps03:22
maxximusActionParsniop: got discon, my bad but where can i set "use a local windows user to authenticate..."03:25
ActionParsnipmaxximus: its automatic, set the security in the folder properties and the share properties03:25
maxximusActionParsnip: just making it clear, its ubuntu 10.04 and a bunch of xp pro sp2 machines =)03:26
ActionParsnipmaxximus: ok03:27
Apple5can i make video games for ubuntu so more people will use it?03:27
maxximusActionParsnip: so the advice u gave is applicable to my setting?03:27
stevecam does anybody experience any growing pains with unity?03:28
|Slacker|nope03:28
|Slacker|I like unity a lot03:28
enchiladostevecam: depends what you mean by "growing pains"03:28
urlin2uApple5, you can make third parties for sure getting in the repos is another matter and getting new users is a whole other matter.03:28
ActionParsnipmaxximus: yes03:28
grafthey, anyone know what happened to tab-completion? it can't tab-complete into directories any more03:28
urlin2ugraft, in oneiric?03:29
stevecamI get strange things happening on mine like windows not always maximising properly and unclickable tray icons03:29
grafturlin2u: well, yes :)03:29
|Slacker|0.o mine's working great03:29
augustoGuys, please help me03:29
|Slacker|stevecam: 11.04?03:29
stevecamgraft, i noticed that too, things don't always format themselves properly with escape characters03:29
stevecam|Slacker|, yes03:30
augustoI am using 11.10 , gnome 3 shell and adwaita gtk theme.. everytime I open a file, its apps uses a dark gtk theme. how can I solve it?03:30
maxximusActionParsnip: does sharing folders in ubuntu require me to be logged in before anyone can acces my shared folders?03:30
|Slacker|augusto: go to ubuntu+1 then03:31
graftstevecam: any idea what's behind this? and how i can undo it?03:31
|Slacker|they can helṕ ya there03:31
roddI have a silly question for good users. I'm runing a web server locally and have set all my web files to user USR:www-data - However whenever I upload a file, its ownership is set to www-data:www-data - How can I set to USR:www-data or do something else that doesn't keep me from reading files from my browser?03:31
enchiladograft: in a terminal?03:31
roddI gotta run chown -R USR:www-data folder/ everytime03:31
ActionParsnipmaxximus: samba is a service, so the sharing wil be done without a user logged in as far as I am aware03:31
graftenchilado: yeah03:32
maxximusActionParsnip: samba is automatic right? or do i have to activate it ?03:32
enchiladograft: you're using the right capitalisation, I presume? :P03:32
RudyValenciayes, daemons don't require a user be logged in03:32
qinrodd: Upload via browser, ssh, ftp?03:32
RudyValenciathey run as either root or as a dedicated user03:32
graftenchilado: yes, it's not that tab completion isn't working, it's that it is completing things incorrectly03:32
enchiladoAh.03:33
roddbrowser03:33
enchiladoIn what way? o_O03:33
roddor lets say the app generates a new file03:33
rodda new.php03:33
graftenchilado: for example, if i create a file called "File test.txt" and then do ls Fi<TAB>, it will complete to "ls File test.txt", and not "ls File\ test.txt", which results in an error03:33
graftenchilado: needless to say, that is completely fubar03:34
ActionParsnipmaxximus: it will start at boot each time03:34
Apple5is bash important to learn?03:34
enchiladograft: Hrm, that is weird. No idea how to help you, but good luck :S03:34
graftApple5: define 'important'03:34
Apple5i need it to use things03:34
n2iHello!03:35
graftApple5: you should learn some scripting language, probably, but if you know python or ruby (which are more powerful) you don't need to know bash03:35
Apple5ok than screw bash!03:35
Apple5lol03:35
n2iI'm trying to compile the kernel which was downloaded from launchpad but have got some error, someone can help?03:35
n2iarch/x86/kernel/entry_32.S:1422: Error: .size expression for apf_page_fault does not evaluate to a constant03:36
n2ione of those error messenge is above03:36
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n2iAlo!03:37
qinrodd: either php:chwon or add user to group www-data and use higher permission for group, http://php.net/manual/en/function.chown.php03:38
SIFTUApple5: most sysadmins will use bash and goto python only if they are doing something more advanced.. saying that 80% of sysadmin scripts bash can handle with ease03:39
BabyGirlyHy guys,is there any upgrade i cn get that make mi dysplay dim a little,,is so bright that blind me,,is not working with the keyboard keys combination(FN+ Up & Down)03:39
maxximuswhat do u guys think? my drive D: is formatted in FAT but when i restart, i have to manually mount drive D: is this normal?03:41
roddthanks qin03:41
SIFTUBabyGirly: laptop details please03:41
graftmaxximus: is it listed in fstab?03:41
maxximusgraft: im not in my ubuntu box now but if its not, how do i make it listed?03:43
urlin2u!fstab03:43
ubottuThe /etc/fstab file indicates how drive partitions are to be used or otherwise integrated into the file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fstab and http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html and !Partitions03:43
OnryoWas wondering if there is a backport for firefox. I am on 10.10 since there is no decent UI. My Debian box is using Gnome 2.32.x and has 6.0 as a backport03:43
BabyGirlySIFTU ;) is a gateway M-series Model SA603:43
OnryoThe whole concept of ppa seems very unsafe.03:44
graftmaxximus: just take a look at /etc/fstab, it should tell you how to format a new entry03:44
maxximusgraft: oh ok, but i remember performing a clean format of drive d: and was asked if wanted FAT so i chose FAT03:45
Onryomaxximus what are you trying to do?03:46
Onryosudo nano /etc/fstab03:46
maxximusOnryo: just find it weird that i have to manually mount drive D: everytime i restart my ubuntu 10.0403:46
urlin2uOnryo, that's the warning on PPA's, been using various ones for about four years with no problems.03:46
Onryomaxximus drive D?03:47
graftmaxximus: that should be fine, linux can handle all types of filesystems03:47
maxximusOnryo: another physical drive inside my box which is formatted in FAT03:47
Onryomaxximus, oh yeah I forgot about that windows thing. Yeah Linux reads FAT32 with no problems.03:47
maxximusOnryo: haha03:48
maxximusOnryo: yes it reads them fine, but it doesnt mount automatically? i expect that drive to be there when i restart my system03:48
urlin2umaxximus, it will be if it is in fstab.03:49
csemplehi I have a sd card that I use on computer A (ubuntu), but when I try to use it on computer B (ubuntu) I get "failed to mount" something about privalages03:53
csemplehow to I make this sd card accessible to multiple machines ?03:53
ex0chmod03:54
ex0look it upski03:54
ex0:)03:54
csempleyeah I have used chmod ex0 but I don't know enough about what I am doing to prevent myself from screwing things up or doing something unnessesary03:55
csempleI am guessing chmod u+r /media/disk ?03:56
csemplesudo chmod ?03:56
ex0use the "man chmod" command03:56
ex0and u will learn a good deal03:56
ex0correct03:56
ex0man chmod to learn about it03:56
csempleex0, I guess my question is this: I would like to understand WHY I have to use chmod03:57
qincsemple: You sure that you are sudoer on B03:57
csempleon windblows boxes (less secure I know)03:57
ex0its how you give permissions to things03:57
csempleyou can plug anything into anything and you can read + write to anything03:57
csempleis this just because Linux is more secure than windows ?03:58
ActionParsnipcsemple: do you safetly remove the item?03:58
ActionParsnipcsemple: works 100% here03:58
ex0yes03:58
dsnydersHI all!  I am using Lightning/1.0b2 Thunderbird/3.1.13 and I want to print out a week at a glance calendar in seven column format rather than the 5+2 box format.  Is there some sort of add-on or something for that?03:58
csempleActionParsnip, no, I stopped doing that becaues It prevented me from re-mounting the device I safely removed03:59
csempleie. I would have to reboot the computer for it to be able to remount the sd card03:59
csempleis it critical ActionParsnip to safely remove things ?04:00
Onryomaxximus you need to think about umask=007 and gid. The fstab will look something like this UUID=C8F8-03C6/media/diskvfatauto,user,exec,rw,async 0 004:00
hiyoc/elar04:00
Apple5hey guys how come there are for sale items in ubuntu software center04:00
Onryomaxximus I don't know what the UUID for your disk is though.04:00
jammiesAREonanyone here have any expeirence running ntop in ubuntu?04:00
hiyoApple5: Free software can mean as in "free speech" as you are given the rights to modify and redistribute it04:01
Apple5no i mean there is software for sale it isnt free04:01
jammiesAREoni have it up and running but only monitoring one interface04:01
jammiesAREonwhich is my external04:01
hiyoApple5: also the GPL doesn't prohibit from a propreitary program from running off of a open-soource kernel04:01
OnryoApple5 FOSS is he what GNU/Linux is all about =)04:01
maxximuslove this channel for all the quick advices04:02
AtrikaHi everyone04:02
maxximusanyone familiar with TimeTrex?04:02
Apple5whoever is helpful is nice here btw04:02
Apple5thank you04:02
ActionParsniphi Atrika04:02
jammiesAREoni'd like to get ntop monitoring both my internal (LAN) traffic as well as my External (WAN) traffic04:02
Onryomaxximus I just found something on Google that will help you out. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=81288404:02
jammiesAREonthe machine is serving as a dns server as well as a DHCP server04:02
Apple5if i could help i would :(04:02
maxximusOnryo: Thanks alot!04:03
Onryomaxximus seems there are a few Windows users left on this earth. Knew I would find something =D04:03
dsnyderscsemple, Depending on settings, linux hold writes in cache memory until it is flushed.  Safely removing forces a flush.  Windows does similar things.  So unless you safely remove or unmount a drive, you might the drive before everything gets written to it.  You could wind up corrupting the card.04:03
dsnyderscsemple, s/might the drive/might remove the drive/04:04
maxximusOnryo: well thats a sad fact haha. my small home office used to be all windows coz i have a database program written in vb used in my inventory system04:04
maxximusOnryo: now im moving to the web so im migrating to ubuntu 10.04,04:05
maxximusjust that there are still some xp users left that i have not migrated so sharing is kinda painful04:05
Onryomaxximus I really liked Ubuntu until 10.10. Then they did some weirdo stuff to the UI.04:06
maxximusOnryo: can i update to 10.10 via the update manager?04:06
ActionParsnip!upgrade04:06
ubottuFor upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes - see also http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/upgrade04:06
Sidewinder1maxximus, Onryo, Unity?04:07
Onryomaxximus Have a feeling it will railroad you right into the land of rainbows and ponies.04:07
Atrikais sun jre better than openjdk if I want to host a minecraft server ?04:07
RP64hola compadres04:07
maxximusOnryo thats pretty enticing haha04:07
ActionParsnipAtrika: I'd ask in a minecraft channel04:07
Sidewinder1!es | RP6404:08
ubottuRP64: 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.04:08
StravArrggggh. Where can I find those design hipsters and tell them my way of thinking?04:08
RP64Sidewinder1:  it was just a joke instead of saying hi lol04:08
Sidewinder1:D04:08
Atrikahow can I switch windows in irssi04:08
csempleex0,04:08
Onryomaxximus yeah Unity does not work well with my workstation using 3 x 24" 1920x1080 monitors.04:08
Sidewinder1RP64, It's late, here...04:09
csempleI did this to fix my problem (did NOT use chmod)04:09
RP64Sidewinder1:  how late04:09
csemplesudo mount /dev/sdb1 /media/disk04:09
csemple(after I sudo mkdir /media/disk)04:09
Sidewinder112:09...04:09
hansg01prob in su04:09
csemplethen I could access it04:09
das7can i install ubuntu 10.10 s/ws in 11.04 ? i have the aptonCd back up of ubuntu 10.10 s/ws.......04:09
StravI just switched to 11.10 and well the launcher cannot be sanely used in auto-hide mode. Any else gets it?04:09
ActionParsnipAtrika: ALT+number04:09
hansg01wen i m using the pass it gave error : authenticaton failed04:09
ActionParsniphansg01: root is disabled. use:   sudo -i    instead04:09
StravHere's the thing:04:10
|Slacker|Strav: 11.10 questions are answered in ubuntu+104:10
Onryomaxximus as a programmer I need Eclipse and emacs on 2 screens and my notes and browser on the 3ed screen.04:10
RP64ActionParsnip:  hey im just trying that articles thing now , just to tell you all igot out of that article was how to mount the ubuntu installation04:10
StravOn ubuntu 11.04, using unity's launcher set to auto-hidden was manageable: since most applications (browser's back button for instance) place several important elements on the left of the screen, when maximized, you could still manage to use these elements without triggering the launcher by setting the launcher's trigger region to be at the top left of the screen. Since only the dash button was in this area, there was no reason for your04:10
csemplehow do I get a sd-card to just work without having to change permissions and go to the command terminal to open up04:10
Stravcursor to be there except if you'd wish to either launch dash or trigger the launcher - it made sense. Now that the current window's close, minimize and maximize buttons have been place in this area (and that for some reason, the launcher's trigger region fails to respond properly when set to this area on 11.10 ), you don't have any way of using your application without risking to trigger the launcher without wanting it to. The only04:10
Stravspace left would be the bottom left corner but that would be absolutely counter-productive since most people sort their frequently accessed applications top to bottom and not the inverse.04:10
csemple?04:10
FloodBot1Strav: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.04:10
office1hello hello, How are you?04:10
hansg01Actionparnship: sudo sh is working fine04:10
RP64!de | office104:10
ubottuoffice1: In den meisten Ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuche bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Einfach "/join #ubuntu-de" eingeben. Danke für Dein Verständnis!04:10
Sidewinder1office1, Tired; going to bed.. :D04:10
maxximusOnryo i bet u dream alot of 1's and 0's haha04:10
das7strav, is this an essay ??? use http://www.pastebin.com04:11
hansg01Actionparsnip: sudo sh is also working fine04:11
RP64Sidewinder1:  12:09 isn't late04:11
ActionParsniphansg01: that'll work, sudo -i   is advised but same kinda thing04:11
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hansg01Actionparsnip: ok thnx04:11
Sidewinder1RP64, For you, perhaps.04:11
WilGilhey, guys I have a new one.  Hopefuly one of you can help.  I just used the startup disk creator to make a bootable usb.  Now i have installed and want to reuse the usb.  However, when I plug it in it will not mount, does not show up under lsusb.  But I can still boot from it. Can anyone explain what is going on?04:11
RP64Sidewinder1: because I only  sleep during the day time, it protects you from skin damage and doubles your nightlife04:11
Stravdas7: nope it's a bug report.04:12
Sidewinder1RP64, That's a philosophy for the young.04:12
RP64Sidewinder1:  im 47.04:12
Sidewinder156 :D04:13
urlin2uWilGil, look at the usb with disk utility.04:13
das7strav, its ok ???04:13
ActionParsnipRP64: its 5:12am here (working a nightshift ;))04:13
RP64Sidewinder1:  it was all a joke im not 47 or sleep in the daytime04:13
Onryomaxximus most of the time I dream about quiting my job and becoming a gigolo on the French Rivera04:13
Stravwell it's pasted so. People might as well read it.04:13
Sidewinder1!ot | Sidewinder104:13
RP64ActionParsnip:  oh that's interesting wow thats like me last night except i just had insomnia04:13
ubottuSidewinder1, please see my private message04:13
fvillahow do i use pastebin?04:13
fvilla!pastebin04:13
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.04:13
WilGilurlin2u: thanks, tried that but no dice.  I also ran fdisk -l and it does not show up there either.04:13
RP64Sidewinder1:  I'm actually 19 so I wanted to disrupt your theory of "For the young" by saying I was 4704:13
Stravdas7: but thanks for the advice, I'll use the pastebin for ubuntu+104:14
maxximusOnryo: maybe i could join u someday haha04:14
ActionParsnipRP64: I grew out of that when I started doing 12 hour shifts04:14
Apple5any cool games on ubuntu?04:14
Onryomaxximus =)04:14
urlin2uWilGil, start the computer with it plugged in, hard to say what is happening really.04:14
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ActionParsnipApple5: urbanterror and penumbra are great native games04:14
WilGilperhaps there is a reserved bit on the USB that says "hey i am a removeable flash device" and that got flipped?04:14
Apple5is free?04:15
ActionParsnipApple5: penumbra isn't free but the demo is great04:15
das7strav, u r welcome. i need a help04:15
ActionParsnipApple5: urbanterror is free and s like counterstrike04:15
maxximusOnryo: do u know how i can check if apache is installed as a service?04:15
OnryoApple5 you have a good graphics card? Try Alien Arena04:15
ActionParsnipApple5: its available on the playdeb ppa04:15
WilGilurlin2u: tried that as well no dice unless i go to the boot select popup and select boot from usb device.04:15
office1sweet, in about an hour, I fixed all my wireless problems on 3 comps.04:15
ActionParsnipApple5: warzone2100 is free and great if you like command and conquer04:15
office1how do I make the fix on this page permanent? http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1695302.html04:16
Onryomaxximus cd /var/www  or just see if you can restart it  sudo /etc/init.d/apache restart04:16
kajeAnyone have any advice as to where I can go to get help getting a USB 4G CDMA Modem working?04:16
csempleex0, I tried this (sudo mkdir /media/disk, sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /media/disk, then sudo chmod u+r /media/disk), and I still have the same problem04:16
urlin2uWilGil, in your sistuation I would try it in another OS or use a bootable gparted disc or any one that will read the partition format, and format it to what you want..04:16
soreauoffice1: Can you say what you've done, exactly?04:17
csempleif I remove and re-plug-in my sd-card a window appears saying "you do not have the permissions to mount this device"04:17
ActionParsnipoffice1: do you mean: sudo modprobe iwlagn 11n_disable=0 swcrypto=104:17
office1sudo rmmod -f iwlagn04:17
das7another site like pastebin.com http://drupalbin.com04:17
office1sudo modprobe iwlagn 11n_disable=0 swcrypto=104:17
csempleeven though I did the sudo chmod u+r /media/disk after manually mounting (sudo) /dev/sdb104:17
maxximusOnryo: thanks, coz i installed an attendance system and is working fine but once i reboot, it stops working.04:17
csempleafter mounting it as root I can access the files04:17
soreau! who | office104:17
ubottuoffice1: 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 :)04:17
ActionParsnipoffice1: run:  gksudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/iwlagn.conf04:18
office1ok04:18
ActionParsnipoffice1: add: options iwlagn 11n_disable=0 swcrypto=104:18
csemplebut how to I allow this sd-card (((brand new))) to be able to just plug into my computer and mount automatically (like it tries to do) ????04:18
soreauoffice1: So you want to have iwlagn load with those options.. sec04:18
csemplesudo chmod /media/disk didn't do anything (u+r)04:18
qincsemple: Who is owner of files? You have differet usernames in A and B?04:18
csempleqin, its hard to tell because thunar does not give me any "properties" on devices04:19
csemplegigolo doesnt show anything exists04:19
csemplenot sure where to get that information from04:19
qincsemple: ls -l /media/disk04:19
qincsemple: Or with sudo if needed04:19
soreauoffice1: Create a file /etc/modprobe.d/iwlagn.conf and put inside: options iwlagn 11n_disable=0 swcrypto=104:20
office1ActionParsnip: so I'm creating that file, then putting that line in it.04:20
soreauoffice1: Reboot and test.04:20
WilGilurlin2u, thanks, but i don't have any other os's running right now.  I run windoze through virtual machines (and i doubt windoze will read it either).  maybe if i boot it in a machine running knoppix.04:20
csempleqin, drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 32768 2011-09-25 15:23 DCIM04:20
office1sounds great, thanks soreau and action.04:20
soreauActionParsnip: Gah, you beat me ;)04:20
Onryomaxximus, if you don't have this dir then you don't have apache   cd /etc/apache204:20
csempleqin, that was the output ^04:20
csempleqin, drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 32768 2011-09-25 15:23 DCIM04:20
ActionParsnipoffice1: yes, when the module is loaded the option will be applied04:20
office1Double kudos to Action, he's always super helpful.04:20
ActionParsnipsoreau: sorry ;)04:21
qincsemple: ls -l /media/disk/DCIM is it root too?04:21
soreauoffice1: Basically it's just loading the driver with those options04:21
urlin2uWilGil, some usb's have firmware on them that can cause problems have you looked on the web?04:21
office1cool04:21
csemplelooks to be qin04:21
csempledrwxr-xr-x 2 root root 32768 2011-09-25 15:23 101CANON04:21
csempledrwxr-xr-x 2 root root 32768 2011-09-27 15:30 CANONMSC04:21
office1good night good guys!04:21
office1;)04:21
WilGili have been searching for about 2 hours now.  I don't believe that to be the case.  I think I know whats wrong, but don't know how to fix it.04:22
qincsemple: Is usb on A now?04:22
das7any youtube downloader for ubuntu ?04:22
WilGilurlin2u, i have been searching for about 2 hours now. I don't believe that to be the case. I think I know whats wrong, but don't know how to fix it.04:22
csempledas7, use firefox + the extensions for firefox04:22
ActionParsnipcsemple: what file system does the device use?04:22
maxximus_anyone know software for ubuntu that converts webcam to ipcam?04:22
csempleActionParsnip, fat3204:22
ActionParsnip!info youtubedl | das704:22
csemplefat1604:22
ubottudas7: Package youtubedl does not exist in natty04:23
ActionParsnipcsemple: then you may need to remount it readable / writable for user04:23
ActionParsnip!info youtubedl | das704:23
csempleI am lost04:23
das7csemple, is there an extension 4 that ?04:23
urlin2uWilGil, maybe if you share your hypothesis it would help.04:23
csempledas7, yep flashgot is one of them04:23
ActionParsnip!info youtube-dl04:23
ubottuyoutube-dl (source: youtube-dl): download videos from youtube. In component universe, is extra. Version 2011.01.30-2 (natty), package size 30 kB, installed size 156 kB04:23
ActionParsnipthats is04:23
csempleahh well04:24
csempleI will just mount as root manually all the time04:24
csemple(poor wifey)04:24
qincsemple: Compare output of "groups" for users in A and B machine, I think group "plugdev" is important here.04:24
qincsemple: and group "fuse"04:24
das7i want to set up lamp server sudo apt-get install lamp-server doesn't works04:24
csempleqin, yeah I have to go though I will work on this next time04:25
ActionParsnip!lamp04:25
ubottuLAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process (different in Edgy+)04:25
WilGilurlin2u, I believe that there is a set of reserved bits on all usb flash drives that contain information about the brand, size, and the fact that the device is a removable flash drive.  When the startup disk creator loaded the boot loader and created the persistence partition it flips the bits that denote that it is a flash drive so that a full install can be performed.04:25
soreaudas7: I recommend firefox add-on 'download helper'04:25
RP64ActionParsnip:  haha I've done 12 hour shifts before and it still didn't cure it04:26
Lasersdas7: I use youtube-dl04:26
ActionParsnipRP64: 4 days of 12 hours?04:26
RP64ActionParsnip:  yea04:26
RP64ActionParsnip:  :D04:27
das704:27
das7soreau, any gud server for ubuntu other than xampp ?04:27
ActionParsnipRP64: weird, tends to sort me out, on my 4 off I'm up all wacky times04:27
RP64ActionParsnip:  oh I dont do those regularly i thought you just meant done that ever04:27
soreaudas7: gud server?04:27
RP64ActionParsnip:  no i havent worked at all in a while actually so nevermind ur probably right haha yea i mean if i had just worked some long hour shift i would have slept04:28
das7soreau, i mean easily installable04:28
pLpLOl04:28
pLpHey04:28
pLpSomeone here already install the Gnome 3 in the Oneiric?04:29
soreau! gnome3 | pLp04:29
ubottupLp: Gnome 3 is not currently supported on Ubuntu. A PPA for natty is available at https://launchpad.net/~gnome3-team/+archive/gnome3 but these packages are EXPERIMENTAL and UNSTABLE, will break Unity and possibly other parts of your system, and cannot be downgraded safely.04:29
soreau! 11.04 | pLp04:29
ubottupLp: Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) is the current release of Ubuntu. Download http://releases.ubuntu.com/11.04/ - Release Info: http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/releasenotes/110404:29
ActionParsnippLp: anything oneiric in #ubuntu+1   oneiric ALREADY has Gnome304:30
stevecamif i make a purchase through the store in ubuntu, what do ubuntu get out of this?04:30
pLpSo is that my idea04:30
pLpI guess 10%04:30
pLpI does'nt know right04:30
ActionParsnippLp: I don't follow04:30
jammiesAREonanyone know anything about DLNA?04:30
ActionParsnippLp: do you have Oneiric installed?04:31
pLpDLNA?04:31
jammiesAREonlike DLNA streaming from ubuntu04:31
pLpNope04:31
pLpI use Natty04:31
qinpLp: Yes, it is limited to: sudo apt-get install gnome-shell, and Oneiric is supported in #ubuntu+104:31
pLpBut I have a project04:31
pLpYeah, I know04:31
ActionParsnippLp: gnome3 will break your install04:31
urlin2ustevecam, now how would we know that?04:31
pLpYeah04:32
pLpBut04:32
soreau! enter | pLp04:32
ubottupLp: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line. Don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!04:32
pLpSomeone using Oneiric?04:32
soreau! 11.04 | pLp04:32
ubottupLp: Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) is the current release of Ubuntu. Download http://releases.ubuntu.com/11.04/ - Release Info: http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/releasenotes/110404:32
soreauugh04:33
soreau! 11.10 | pLp04:33
ubottupLp: Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot) will be the fifteenth release of Ubuntu.  Codename announcement here: http://www.markshuttleworth.com/?p=646 Discussion and support in #ubuntu+104:33
ActionParsnippLp: ask about oneiric in #ubuntu+104:33
RP64ActionParsnip:  hey so that article you sent me , i read it and i see what you mean, all its telling me is how to mount the drive with ubuntu on it though, isn't it ?04:33
jammiesAREonyay by then there will another LTS release04:34
jammiesAREoni had a ubuntu update that screwed some of my vmware servers04:34
pLpYes, probably at 2013, or something like that04:34
jammiesAREonactually in all fairness it was a linux kernel update04:34
jammiesAREonso not entireley ubuntu's fault04:35
RP64ActionParsnip:  like I've had ubuntu installed on my machine for 3 days and I can't get it working I am so .... deflated about it or like, not angry but just ugh lol i  guess you gotta pay this price for better performance + security in an OS04:35
pLpTrue Dat04:35
ActionParsnipRP64: you mount the system partition and you can chroot to it04:35
jammiesAREonRP64 wats the issue?04:36
ActionParsnipRP64: a wired link makes life a tonne easier04:36
RP64ActionParsnip:  does this thing tell me how to chroot though I don't see that in it04:36
RP64jammiesAREon:  it's a long long issue he helped me out with yesterday for like 4 hours and we still cant fix it, nvidia issues with ubuntu 11.04 on my qosmio x30004:36
ActionParsnipRP64: you need to mount the partition, bind the 3 folders then chroot04:36
jammiesAREonoh good luck04:36
jammiesAREonthat sounds like a GUI thing04:36
pLpGUI thing?04:37
jammiesAREonlol i've been pretty out of the loop with a GUI lately04:37
pLpChroot is in terminal04:37
RP64jammiesAREon:  lol thx u 204:37
RP64ActionParsnip:  OK im mounting04:37
RP64ActionParsnip:  do you happen to know what /mnt/myroot should be replaced with? myroot??04:38
RP64what04:38
jammiesAREonno... plp i mean i only use a command line as of late, so I know nothing about anything when it comes to nvidia stuff as I dont have the need for nvidia graphics drivers or any of that watchmacallits04:38
pLpOh I see it04:38
pLpI mean04:38
pLpATI works better with Ubuntu04:38
pLpIn fact04:38
pLpWith mostly Linux Distributions04:38
jammiesAREoni thought he was having hardrive issues lol  like mounting or something, i dunno i wasnt reading04:38
jammiesAREonloll04:39
jammiesAREonATI has native ubuntu drivers by now ya?04:39
ActionParsnipRP64: mount to /mnt and you'll be ok04:39
pLpAlways has trouble with Nvidia04:39
pLpI guess not04:39
pLpBut04:39
ActionParsnipjammiesAREon: needs updates and cant get a wired link for some reason, but gets a link in liveCD so can use that in a chroot04:39
jammiesAREonah04:40
jammiesAREoni see now04:40
jammiesAREonthat makes sense04:40
pLpI has a netbook with a Hackint0sh and the Natty04:40
jammiesAREonso it's a NIC issue?04:40
pLpAnd their graphic board card it's an ATI04:40
pLpBut04:40
WilGilurlin2u, its called the rmb and the only apps that give access are for windows04:40
pLpMy friend has a real good computer, with Windows and Ubuntu Maverick04:41
qinpLp: Have mercy, write longer lines and keep on-topic04:41
pLpAnd it's a Nvidia 9600GT04:41
qin!ot > pLp04:41
ubottupLp, please see my private message04:41
pLpNever works04:41
pLppropertly04:41
RP64ActionParsnip:  hey so I mounted it ,04:42
ActionParsnipRP64: ok did you use the bind mounts too?04:42
subaochenrevolutionary04:42
RP64ActionParsnip:  which 3 folders were you talking about? there were folders involved?04:42
RP64ActionParsnip:  how do I bind 3 folders04:42
RP64i typed in command $ sudo mount /dev/sda5 /mnt04:42
RP64oh hold on..... the rest of the instructions are what you meant right04:43
urlin2uWilGil, you can probably wipe the whole usb, I has a sandisk thta was a problem, nut on the web was a way of removing the firmware.04:43
ActionParsnipRP64: RP64 then use: sudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev04:43
RP64oh OK, sorry I didn't write down those things from yesterday04:43
RP64oh well OK here goes04:43
urlin2uhas=had*04:44
RP64ActionParsnip:  OK I used that command , hmm did that do it ?04:44
ActionParsnipRP64: did you get any output from the command?04:44
RP64no04:44
ActionParsnipRP64: great, now press up cursor and change the words 'dev' for 'sys'04:45
RP64haha oh OK04:45
RP64done , also no output04:45
ActionParsnipRP64: then same again but change it to 'proc'   obviously without the quotes04:45
RP64and thx for that little trick of up cursor didnt know that04:46
RP64OK done no output04:46
pLpFriends04:46
pLpI going to have to sleep04:46
RP64hi Peoples Liberation Party04:46
pLpOr maybe try04:46
RP64OK goodnight!04:46
HoNgOuRuI don't know why but my session just closed without any warnings. I was thrown to the black shell and from there I found something like "your home directory was unmount bla bla... ecryptfs-mount-private" wtf?04:46
pLpGood night04:46
qinDisbelive.04:46
ActionParsnipRP64: ok then run:  sudo chroot /mnt04:46
WilGilurlin2u, thanks i am familiar with that that is the sandisk u3 utility built into the firmware of the disk controller.  Mine is a pny specifically chosen because it is a very generic usb drive.  There has to be a way to fix theis from linux.  I am pretty much done with windows.  I still have one computer at home running windows and if all else fails i will try some of the usb partition...04:46
WilGil...utilities for windwos that i dug up.  But I plan on spending the rest of the night trying to figure out how to do this from linux04:46
pLpSorry does'nt help.04:46
HoNgOuRuwhen I type that it requests a passphrase04:46
pLpBye, see ya tomorrow04:47
RP64ActionParsnip:  OK I did that and got a new command line with a hashtag04:47
RP64pLp: bye04:47
RP64ActionParsnip:  OH yeah it's root/ubuntu04:47
ActionParsnipRP64: ok you are now talking to your internal drive.04:47
RP64root @ ubuntu i mean04:47
RP64wow amazing04:47
urlin2uWilGil, you might try dban.04:47
RP64this is what chroot is huh04:47
HoNgOuRucan anybody help me?04:47
RP64cool04:47
ActionParsnipRP64: run:   sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get upgrade04:47
RP64OK04:47
RP64both seperately right04:48
ActionParsnipRP64: on the same line, either way is fine, same result04:48
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RP64woops oh ok i did it seperately already but if its both fine awesome04:48
HoNgOuRuI have all my data hidden04:48
RP64hold on04:48
RP64ActionParsnip:  i got a huge error04:48
HoNgOuRuor unaccessible04:48
HoNgOuRuplease help04:48
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ActionParsnipRP64: what is the error?04:48
Stanley00!patience | HoNgOuRu04:48
ubottuHoNgOuRu: 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/04:48
WilGilurlin2u, maybe, i was just reading something about testdisk, maybe that will work04:49
RP64ActionParsnip:  hey I'll pastebin it to you04:49
ActionParsnipRP64: coolio04:49
RP64http://paste.ubuntu.com/700292/04:49
RP64i mean it said FATAL that can't be good04:50
qinRP64: Do you want to paste: "history"04:50
RP64qin: What are you talking about? lol04:50
qinRP64: It terminal: history and paste output on paste.ubuntu.com04:52
RP64oh OK04:52
RP64it only lists two.... 1 sudo apt -get update, and 2 history04:52
mattwj2002hey everyone04:52
RP64qin: is that strange04:53
zykotick9ActionParsnip, re:RP64 "sh: cannot create /dev/null: Directory nonexistent" that's really weird04:53
RP64zykotick9: oh is it, do you think my installation of ubuntu is faulty or something ?04:53
zykotick9RP64, ?04:54
RP64zykotick9: ???? because you said that error is weird04:54
mattwj2002does anyone have any suggestions for a good bluetooth or other type of wireless mini keyboard with touchpad?04:54
ActionParsnipzykotick9: yeah, websearching now. Strange04:54
mattwj2002I need ubuntu support04:54
zykotick9RP64, i don't know what it means, just sayin' it's weird04:54
RP64zykotick9:  lol oh. dang.04:54
urlin2umattwj2002, you might try #hardware04:55
ActionParsnipRP64: do you have /home on a seperate partition?04:55
mattwj2002okay04:55
ActionParsnipRP64: in the installed OS?04:55
mattwj2002thanks04:55
RP64ActionParsnip:  I have an extended partition that hosts the installed OS on 2 sub partitions04:55
soreauurlin2u: I don't think #hardware redirects to ##hardware..04:56
WilGilurlin2u: this is bizzar.  I just stuck the flash drive in another machine to see if it would boot it and it did (as i expected).  Pulled it out and popped it into my desktop, upon which i was installing test disk and it automounted and popped up on the desktop.  Thanks for all of your help.04:56
RP64ActionParsnip: I mean I haven't even been able to log into the ubuntu OS even once so I don't think I've put the /home onto a seperate partition because I followed pretty much default settings for installation04:56
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ActionParsnipRP64: ok try:  source /home/foo/.bashrc   change 'foo' for your ubuntu username04:56
urlin2usoreau, it does but it was the wrong notation.04:56
kristopherpartitions - ughhh i just got done writing a whole article on filesystems and virtual memory not to mention sd cards04:56
RP64ActionParsnip:  OK04:56
urlin2uWilGil, cool np.04:56
ActionParsnipRP64: you can use TAB to complete folder and filenames04:57
ActionParsnipRP64: actually, run:  su foo    chnage foo to your username, see if it works04:57
RP64ActionParsnip:  hey when i did the first command you posted, it just repeated many times, dev null no such file or directory04:57
ArcademanActionParsnip, did my hostmask show up a few min ago :P04:57
RP64ActionParsnip:  your second command had same result04:57
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ActionParsnipRP64: ok try: sudo mknod -m 666 /dev/null c 1 304:58
RP64ActionParsnip:  but it has to exist because the commandline is using my username in it04:58
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timHello. I am looking to make my mousebutton right-click a hotkey on my keyboard because my laptop mouse is broken :-( Does anyone know the command line program that when you click any button or key shows the command of what youre doing?04:59
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ActionParsnipRP64: may help04:59
RP64actionparsnip:04:59
RP64sudo: unable to resolve host ubuntu04:59
RP64sudo: no tty present and no askpass program specified04:59
RP64:( that happened04:59
ActionParsnipRP64: ok try the update again05:00
zykotick9RP64, is this a fresh install?  (do you have any data/settings involved?)05:00
RP64zykotick9: yeah its fresh 3 days ago05:01
RP64ActionParsnip: OK how do I try the update again? my whole terminal is flooded with error outputs so i cant see it05:01
zykotick9RP64, what happened?05:01
RP64zkotick9: I had it 3 days and cant login even once so theres no data/settings on it lol i didn't import either05:01
BabyGirlyma i missing something here,,i want to dim my desktop,,is not working = setpci -s 00:02.0 F4.B=05:02
esheepRP64: blow it again and start again05:02
RP64zykotick9: It's not detecting Nvidia drivers i figured, because when I login it goes to black screen and some normal workarounds to that didnt work05:02
zykotick9RP64, can you login from tty?  (like ctrl+alt+f1 - c+a+f7(orf8) to get back)05:02
RP64esheep: what do you mean blow it again05:02
RP64zykotick9: hold on im trying something parsnip said05:02
RP64ActionParsnip:  Hey how do I try the update again?05:03
esheepRP64: lol - i meant blow it away and start again05:03
ActionParsnipRP64: sudo apt-get update05:03
RP64ActionParsnip:  dang , didn't work05:03
ActionParsnipRP64: use up arrow to use old commands ;)05:03
RP64ActionParsnip:  oh OK thx cool05:03
ActionParsnipRP64: can you ping 8.8.8.8 ?05:03
zykotick9RP64, is it gdm / gui that doesn't start?  can you pastebin your /var/log/Xorg.0.log for the channel?05:04
RP64ActionParsnip:  well im surfing some websites at the moment so i know that would work but ok05:04
RP64esheep:  haha oh05:04
RP64zykotick9: what , no it starts up fine goes to login screen, and then i login succesfully, andi t shows normally for 0.5 seconds and then blackscreens05:04
RP64ActionParsnip:  OK its pinging it05:05
zykotick9RP64, that's messed, i have no idea.  good luck!05:05
RP64zykotick9: lol thanks yea i know right05:05
ActionParsnipRP64: also run:  sudo nano /etc/default/grub     find this line: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash"  and change it to: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash nouveau.blacklist=1 nv.blacklist=1"     press CTRL+X, press Y, press ENTER. Then run:  sudo update-grub05:06
RP64ActionParsnip:  does it keep pinging forever??05:06
ActionParsnipRP64: yes, press CTRL+C t stop it05:06
RP64ActionParsnip:  didn't nouveau.blacklist=1 not work with this video card before ?05:06
ActionParsnipRP64: we;re adding it to the default config now ;)05:06
ActionParsnipRP64: if we blacklist both it will force vesa driver :)05:07
RP64ActionParsnip:  Woah!!!! It gets the same unable to resolve host ubuntu crap that it did with the tryingto update!05:07
RP64ActionParsnip:  when I try to run the sudo nano etc defualt thing05:07
RP64ActionParsnip:  does it mean anything by "no tty present and no askpass program specified " or is that useless info05:08
ActionParsnipRP64: ok what is the output of:  cat /etc/hostname05:08
RP64output is ryan-Qosmio-X30005:08
ActionParsnipRP64: ok then run: hostname ryan-Qosmio-X300       keep the case accurate05:08
ActionParsnipRP64: then try the update05:09
BabyGirlyhow can i make my pc to start automatic with this settings for my DIM- setpci -s 00:02.0 F4.B=$b$b05:09
BabyGirlyi mean setpci -s 00:02.0 F4.B=4005:09
RP64ActionParsnip:  said I must be root , ill try with sudo05:09
ActionParsnipRP64: you're learning :)05:10
RP64ActionParsnip:  lol thx and btw it had the exact same error05:10
ActionParsnipBabyGirly: add it in /etc/rc.local above the exit 0 line05:10
bhavesh_Does Ubuntu software centre install a file immediately after downloading? or after downloading all of them?05:10
ActionParsnipbhavesh_: it downloads them all first05:10
bhavesh_ActionParsnip, ok :)05:11
RP64ActionParsnip: had the exact same error, that's strange05:11
ActionParsnipRP64: ok if you run:  sudo nano /etc/hosts    add the line:  127.0.0.1     ubuntu     press CTRL+X, Press Y then  press ENTER05:11
Glitchyhaving issues with firefox. major lag issues05:11
RP64ActionParsnip:  nano/etc/hosts gives the same error too! Wow this is crazy05:12
ActionParsnipRP64: so it will be:  127.0.0.1       ubuntu05:12
RP64ActionParsnip:  I keep getting told "unable to resolve host ubuntu" "no tty present and no askpass program specified" with all of these unrelated commands05:12
RP64ActionParsnip:  that sudo nano/etc/hosts gave it too05:12
ActionParsnipRP64: ok in the live cd (not the chroot), run:   gksudo nautilus   (use a new terminal)   and you can then navigate to /mnt/etc   and edit the file yourself :)05:13
Glitchywhat is the issue you are having rp?05:13
Glitchyout of curiousity05:13
mlatelcomhello everybody, I just added a channel where I'm registered at to my favourites in empathy messenger; but I can't auto login due since my nick is registered. what can I do?05:13
ActionParsnipRP64: If that doesn't fly then I'd try a clean install05:13
RP64ActionParsnip:  OK hold on im trying it D:05:13
Glitchywell shit...05:14
RP64Glitchy:  Well it's that my ubuntu install wont detect my nvidia display card so it blackscreens after logging in05:14
zykotick9ActionParsnip & RP64 if the hostname is messed up, sudo is probably broken05:14
Glitchyah, totally different issue than what mines doing05:14
Glitchyhow do you clean install ubuntu? is it basically the same as windows05:15
urlin2umlatelcom, you might ask at #freenode05:15
esheepGlitchy: whats your issue?05:16
Glitchymajor lag issues after a failed install of openvpn05:16
mlatelcomurlin2u thanks very much for your help I'll try that05:16
RP64ActionParsnip: OK I added the line, I put it at the bottom of the other 2 instead of before does that matter?05:17
Glitchycouldnt get network manager to recognize the conf files so i tried installing in root, it froze in terminal for more than an hour and i finally forced closed...05:17
WilGilRP64, ActionParsnip, I don't mean to butt in, but have you tried booting with nomodeset05:17
RP64WilGil: yeah man it didn't work05:17
urlin2umlatelcom, np, hope that woks.05:17
Glitchy"Actionparsnip" is no longer in here05:17
urlin2uworks*05:17
RP64what....05:17
RP64hahah wow where'd parsnip go05:17
Glitchyesheep you get all that?05:18
esheepGlitchy: yep got that, did u completely remove openvpn?05:19
linuxuz3rhi05:19
Glitchyno...honestly still trying to figure out the ubuntu style05:19
Glitchywanted to get the vpntunnel working...but i think i may just have to uninstall it all...05:20
Glitchyill go do all that stuff...be back later05:20
WilGilRP64, is that a pci card or an integrated card?05:21
esheepGlitchy: not sure what the issue is but i would go into synaptic package manager and choose the complete removal for openvpn - at least that might get you back to normal05:21
RP64wilgil: its nvidia geforce05:21
RP64wilgil: BTW if you were following our convo, adding the line to the hosts file actually solved 1 of the 2 errors it kept repeating , the "unable to resolve hostname ubuntu" one05:22
RP64WilGil: but "no tty present and no askpass program specified" keeps happening when I try to update the driver05:22
RP64WilGil: Any ideas? lol , I'll take any05:23
WilGilRP64, I only caught some of your conv05:23
WilGilRP64, are you working off of a live cd chrooted05:23
RP64WilGil:  Oh, well basically my installation of ubuntu won't recognize my Nvidia card, so , everytiem I login it blackscreens, we tried nomodeset and also nouveau.=1 thing, both didnt work05:24
RP64WilGil:  and yea it's live cd chrooted05:24
WilGilRP64, and you have video on the live cd?05:24
RP64WilGil:  Yea05:24
linuxuz3rhi RP6405:25
linuxuz3rhi WilGil05:25
esheepRP64: what is the model of that nvidia card?05:25
linuxuz3rhi all05:25
linuxuz3rhello esheep05:25
RP64hi linuxuz3r05:25
RP64esheep: hmm not sure i'll check05:25
esheephi05:25
esheepRP64: its helps to know :)05:25
RP64esheep: Im not sure but I'm 99% sure it's GeForce 9800M GTS05:27
lauratikahello everyone, right now my speakers sound very crappy... like if they are blowed up... is there a way to check if everything it's ok with the sound?05:28
Max229What is the difference between hibernate and suspend?05:28
esheepRP64: damn, no reason why thats shouldn't be detected i would have thought05:28
RP64esheep: Hmm really weird05:28
Max229!hibernate05:29
RP64esheep: Dangit! I like ubuntu its like sexier than a Mac and windows is just ugh , even though mine is really secure + safe , and is running fast, i still dislike it05:29
linuxuz3ryour ubuntu05:29
WilGilMax229: suspend powers down most of the computer except ram, hibernate shuts down the whole computer and saves ram contents to hard drive05:29
linuxuz3rubuntu is sexy05:29
linuxuz3ryum05:29
Max229WilGil: Which is better?05:29
linuxuz3rthe best05:29
esheepRP64: did you actually get to install the nvidia drivers or did it not get that far?05:30
RP64esheep: that's what im trying to do now, it wont let me through chroot for some reason05:30
WilGilMax229, depends, suspend wakes up faster, but uses more power, hibernate takes the same amount of time as a reboot, but saves your spot and of course uses less power05:30
lauratikaanyone?05:31
RP64esheep: I run sudo apt-get update and it tells me "sudo: no tty present and no askpass program specified05:31
esheepRP64: what version of ubuntu?05:31
Max229suspend sometimes does not display the logon screen though and simply does not work :(05:31
RP64esheep:  11.0405:31
RP64lauratika:  Hey, if it sounds messed up then you know it's not OK, probably , right?05:31
mike_srrp64, when did u install the os?05:31
WilGilMax229, what kind of computer is it desktop or laptop05:32
RP64mike_sr: 3 days ago and been trying to fix this ever since, first tried through booting going to grub, pressing E and adding codelines to try nomodeset and nouveau.=1 thing and they both didn't work05:32
Max229desktop05:32
esheepRP64: perhaps its a 11.04 issue - unity screwed a lot up IMHO05:32
RP64mike_sr: now trying this and it gives me this error while chrooting05:32
RP64esheep: you're not using 11.04?05:32
RP64esheep: I haven't used ubuntu for more than a year and came back to it just now and get all this, lol05:33
mike_srrp64, try running the update manager to get the updates05:33
esheepRP64: you could try maverick 10.10 - thats what i use05:33
Max229WilGil: I have not tried hibernate yet, but suspend only works half the time and when it does work it takes awhile for the logon screen to popup.  This is a very fast computer. Hardware speed should not be the problem.05:33
lauratikaRP64: yes your rigth... but i was listening this afternoon no proeblems at all05:33
lauratikasounds a bot weird05:33
RP64mike_sr: that's what im trying, thing is it wont let me login to my ubuntu anyways that's the whole proble, because it blackscreens upon login, and now im on livecd trying to chroot update it and gives me weird errors when i try05:33
mike_sronce u do that, u should be able to use sudo05:33
lauratikalike if the volume is to high05:33
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RP64lauratika: is the volume high? did you check?05:34
lauratikacheck alsamixer nothings05:34
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mike_srrp64, did u try reinstalling it??05:34
WilGilMax229, are you using any propritary drivers05:34
RP64mike_sr: no i think i might have to which'll suck05:34
lauratikarestart pulseaudio via killall and still no changes05:34
Max229WilGil: Yes, but only for video05:34
mike_sryeah05:34
mike_srrp64, if u have anything saved on it that u wana keep, save it on an external, or a disc05:35
RP64mike_sr: nope got nothing havent been able to use it at all since i installed it 3 days ago lol05:35
WilGilMax229, Are you comfortable with navigating your bios?05:35
RP64mike_sr: mostly using Vista which I hate I mean who likes vista??? or windows at all , it's just bad05:35
Max229WilGil: I can do most things with it, yes05:36
RP64mike_sr:  but I do applaud bill gates on his tactics of earning lots of cash05:36
mike_srrp64, as soon as it reboots, after the install, run the update manager under system/administration05:36
RP64mike_sr: Well that's assuming that I can login at all right05:36
mike_srrp64, may i pm u?05:37
RP64mike_sr: yea why not05:37
WilGilMax229, many of the ones that i have worked with have a power managment setting.  You may want to google the options given in your bios and Ubuntu and be sure that you are using the optimal settings.05:38
A_JHey All, I've Installed a new sounc Card Create BLaster, problem is volume is very dim on headphones, anyway i can increase it.05:38
Max229Alright.  I will play with it and see what happens. Thanks.05:39
WilGilMax229, some just have something like suspend to ram disable or enable and some give you different leves to choose S1, S305:39
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A_JHey All, I've Installed a new sound Card Creative BLaster, problem is volume is very dim on headphones, anyway i can increase it. it's already at max, and it's soft05:40
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A_Jany1 here ?05:42
jianfeiyeh i am05:42
jianfeii had this problem once before...05:42
jianfeicant remember how to fix it05:42
A_Jlol05:42
jianfeisorry man05:42
A_Jno probs05:42
jianfeibut just be me saying that, some lazy tech guy is gonna wanna help you ... so i have been usefull05:42
IdleOneA_J: run alsamixer make sure Headphones are turned up05:42
jianfeisee05:43
jianfeihahaha05:43
IdleOnehah05:43
jianfeirofl05:43
A_JIdleOne: alsamixer is a ?05:43
soreauA_J: command you run in your terminal05:43
A_Jokie doin it now05:44
jianfeiawesome!05:44
soreauA_J: 2) mixer panel for alsa05:44
IdleOneA_J: you use the arrow keys to move around05:44
soreauA_J: and 'm' to (un)mute tracks05:44
RP64ActionParsnip: Hey you here05:44
A_Jwhat should i do now05:44
IdleOnedepends, what have you done?05:44
A_Jnothing yet05:45
esheepRP64: got any further?05:45
RP64esheep:  not at all, lol, i googled this error and most of it is for red hat stuff that doesn't make sense to me, and for ubuntu it's people with completely diferent problems and none of them solved it05:45
IdleOneA_J: ok with the left/right arrow keys move to the headphones line (should turn red) then up/down to adjust the volume.05:45
A_Jthey are  6 colums IdleOne move all to red ?05:46
IdleOneyou have six columns labeled Headphones?05:46
soreauA_J: F6 to change devices.. make sure you've selected the one for your headphones05:46
esheepRP64: yeah its like that sometimes - i would try a copy of 10.10 and see if that works05:47
RP64esheep: are you on 10.10 right now05:47
esheepyeah05:47
A_Jsoreau: no headphones there05:47
esheepand i have a 9500 gt card05:47
RP64esheep: did you try 11.04 what'd you think between the two as in comparison? and also do you think if I used 10.10 it'd be less secure/ usefull ?05:47
esheepRP64: no issues at all05:47
RP64esheep: well I mean besides the fact that 11.04 is useless for me at this point lol05:47
RP64esheep:  10.10 is the longterm release right ?05:47
A_JIdleOne: can you have a look via vnc ?05:48
soreauA_J: How/where do you connect your headphones?05:48
esheepRP64: ive tried 11.04 on a few laptops and quite frankly hated it05:48
A_Jinto the sound card soreau05:48
soreauA_J: Make sure you're using an output appropriate for headphones and not line out05:48
esheepRP64: always issues with 11.0405:49
IdleOneA_J: soreau can probably be of more help then I could. Also learn to trust yourself and not allow total irc strangers access to your machine :)05:49
A_Jok ty IdleOne05:49
A_Jsoreau: it's a 5.1 card. so i put it in the green jack05:49
soreauA_J: Yes, I would not recommend remote access between strangers under any circumstances05:49
seidellhow do i install themes from http://xfce-look.org ?05:49
esheepRP64: 10.10 is not LTS, 10.04 is though05:49
RP64esheep: Oh, so you're saying all my probs im having are possibly due to 11.04 being too buggy hmm05:50
RP64esheep: so 10.10 is perfectly safe to use right its not like running a version from 4 years ago or something05:50
soreauA_J: The green output is typically the main output.. so make sure to turn up the master and pcm volumes in alsamixer05:51
esheepRP64: its possible but cant be too sure05:51
esheepRP64: 10.10 is fine to use05:51
A_Jsoreau: http://i27.lulzimg.com/6ff26c206c.png05:51
Cojo1Hello, I am having trouble burning an ISO to a USB disk05:51
Cojo1When I use that start up disk creator and choose the .iso I have, nothing happens05:52
urlin2uCojo1, whats the ISO?05:52
soreauA_J: Does F6 show more than one card?05:52
RP64esheep: haha, nice . So its sort of like 11.04 is ubuntu's vista, and 11.10 will be their windows705:52
esheepRP64: you could even try a recent beta of 11.10 - who knows you're problem might not arise with that new one...05:52
Cojo1@urlin2u the .iso is of openSUSE 11.405:53
A_Jtwo soreau05:53
rebornyou need to burn the CD.05:53
seidellhow do i install themes from http://xfce-look.org ?05:53
A_Jnvidia and Ca015005:53
urlin2uCojo1, the disv creator mainly does ubuntu loading, try unetbootin.05:53
snake_Morning!05:53
Cojo1Ok, I would burn a disk but my optical drive does not work with ubuntu :(05:53
esheepRP64: remember LTS versions should be "rock solid" the rest is really testing - although generally stable and fine05:54
rebornurl, i have once tried that unetbootin, it don't work, so it is only CD.05:54
RP64esheep: wait , 11.10 is a long term release too?05:55
RP64LTS?05:55
urlin2uCojo1, http://www.pendrivelinux.com/usb-suse-flash-drive-install/05:55
A_Jsoreau: well ?05:55
rebornno, it is 12.0405:55
Planewalker_AlphHello.05:55
esheepRP64: no, next one is 12.0405:55
soreauA_J: Try all the output jacks on the card and test the headphones with a known working audio device05:55
urlin2uCojo1, sorry I didn't notice that this was for a full install.05:56
A_Jit works fine with speakers soreau just not with headphones05:56
soreauA_J: Your speakers may have a built-in amplifier..05:56
RP64esheep:  So what's LTS mean?05:56
soreau! lts | RP6405:56
ubottuRP64: LTS means Long Term Support. LTS versions of Ubuntu will be supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server. The current LTS version of Ubuntu is !Lucid (Lucid Lynx 10.04)05:56
A_Jyes they do soreau05:57
Cojo1@Urlin it also requires me to burn a disk. If I could fix my optical drive I could burn a DVD, that would be great. It's a bluray combodrive though... IDK where to get drivers that will work with it05:57
RP64esheep: ohright, yea... duh05:57
soreauA_J: How many outputs do you have on the card and what colors are they?05:57
esheepRP64: i assume its a laptop you are using?05:58
RP64esheep: OK I'll try 10.10 or 10.04 but if the next release is 10.10 then wouldn't that mean I just have to wait a couple of weeks for it to be released?05:58
RP64i mean 11.1005:58
RP64for next releasename05:58
RP64esheep:  yeah its a laptop but a desktop replacement laptop qosmio gaming pc05:59
Cojo1Does anyone have any ideahow I might be able to fix my optical drive? When I try to burn a disc it does the checksum and everything but once the actual burning is about to start i get an error05:59
RP64esheep:  so you cant carry it ANYWHERE its like 30 pounds05:59
urlin2uCojo1, it appears to be kinda tricky, I put it on a disc as well when I was trying it out, this is a thumb install but requires a disc as well. http://www.ehow.com/how_6871881_install-suse-flash-drive.html05:59
A_Jsoreau: sorry dced05:59
Cojo1If I could make a disk I wouldn't need to use my USB drive!05:59
Cojo1@ Urlin does your knowledge extend to magical healing powers of my optical drive?06:00
Planewalker_AlphQuick, noobish question: How do you set up ssh? I have read several articles on this, but I keep getting an error which says "No route to host".06:00
esheepRP64: ah its a toshiba jobby is it?06:00
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RP64esheep:  lol well it's their top of the line gaming PC line and its the first one they ever released in 2008 , so they were really making it to compete with all the alienware so if u meant jobby asin crappy then this'd be the exception if they are known for that (i dont even know)06:01
urlin2uCojo1, no but you may have no choice in finding a way to do it, say like using another computer to use a disc, and load the thumb.06:01
Cojo1So brutal....06:01
Cojo1What's the terminal command to display your optical drive info?06:01
urlin2uCojo1, my magical powers are being able to deal with smug patronizing responses.06:02
esheepRP64: not sure if you have looked at this but read this --> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Troubleshooting/BlankScreen06:02
RP64esheep:  Oh nice, thanks for that esheep im checking it out06:04
esheepRP64: gotta go - good luck with that!06:04
RP64esheep: OK thx man cya06:04
obi???06:05
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Cojo1@urlin Was I being patronizing? I really did not mean to be offensive if it came off that way, just playing around06:05
A_Jsoreau: herE ?06:06
soreaunope06:07
soreauA_J: Try all outputs on the card and verify the headphones work with another known working audio device06:07
seidellhow do i change xfce theme?06:08
A_Jsoreau: i upped the tabs, the sound is cracking06:09
Cojo1Where can I find what type of optical drive I have?06:09
soreau! sound | A_J06:09
ubottuA_J: 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 !mp3.06:09
rebornseid, check the setting.06:10
* A_J looks thanks soreau 06:10
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brombombEvery time I run a sudo command on my Ubuntu Server box it hangs for ~60 seconds before completing... Any ideas?06:18
soreaubrombomb: After you enter your password?06:19
brombombyes06:19
brombomband the password is correct and the command completes06:20
brombombit just hangs for 60 seconds06:20
llutz_brombomb: are you using ldap or something like that?06:20
brombombnope... It's just a home server06:21
brombombone user account06:21
brombombheadless06:21
llutz_brombomb: /etc/hosts contains your full host.domain.name for 127.0.0.1?06:22
brombombI have 127.0.0.1 localhost06:25
brombomband my static internal ip for the Servername06:25
llutz_brombomb: just to test: add "localhost.localdomain" for 127.0.0.106:25
pleclownhello06:25
lostandfoundErr http://archive.ubuntu.com jaunty/main mysql-server-5.0 5.1.30really5.0.75-0ubuntu1006:27
lostandfound  404 Not Found [IP: 91.189.88.40 80]06:27
rapierhi could someone pls link me the website used to make these dump links, thx06:27
brombombllutztz_ Added but no luck06:27
soreau! eol06:28
ubottuEnd-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades06:28
soreaurapier: dump links?06:28
llutz_brombomb: no idea then, sry06:29
llutz_!paste | rapier this?06:29
ubotturapier this?: 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.06:29
rapieryes instead of spamming the info in here you post a link.06:29
soreauAh, nice catch llutz06:29
rapieryes, thx ubottu :)06:29
soreaubrombomb: Can you elaborate on what you mean by 'hangs'?06:30
brombombI run any sudo command (before sudo vim /etc/hosts)06:31
brombombI hit enter06:31
brombombwait 60 seconds06:31
brombombthen vim opens up06:31
soreauAt what point do you enter your password?06:31
brombombimmediatly06:31
soreauThat's pretty strange if you ask me..06:32
T1z0ck#sexo06:32
lorddeltaLooking for advice on why my devices are being archives when they connect to my system...so far I've determined p7zip is being run by init when a device connects, I did a quick man init, and have so far not found any reference being made to p7zip in my /etc/init scripts directory. I'm running Ubuntu 11.04.06:32
soreaubrombomb: Is this through ssh or what?06:32
brombombssh, it's a headless box06:33
Flannelbrombomb: Have you been doing any hostname fiddling recently? (around when this started)06:33
soreauYes, when did this start? (did it ever work?)06:33
Flannelbrombomb: If you've removed the 127.0.0.1 [myhostname] line from /etc/hosts, sudo will take forever (it's trying to look up the hostname and the N second delay is it finally timing out)06:34
brombombIt was working great until a week ago06:34
soreaubrombomb: What did you do that broke it?06:35
brombombhaven't touched it06:35
brombombI noticed it was slow06:35
brombombso I went to install htop and found it to be slower than expected06:36
brombombran htop and the server is practically sleeping (1% processer, 200MB / 2GB RAM)06:36
ActionParsnipBrombomb: tried a different dns?06:36
brombombthis is a local network server06:37
Flannelbrombomb: Alright, if you don't mind, please pastebin the output of: cat /etc/hosts /etc/hostname06:37
brombombI'm sshing from my laptop to the box 10feet away over wireless06:37
ActionParsnipBrombomb: so its slow serving clients on lan too?06:37
theTwizhi all06:38
ActionParsnipHi theTwiz06:38
lorddeltaHello?06:38
ActionParsnipHi lorddelta06:38
brombombhttp://pastebin.com/1kaBD72Y06:38
brombombyup06:38
lorddeltaAnyone know much about init/system events? Trying to figure out why/who/what is telling init to archive devices using 7zip when they attach to the system....06:39
soreauhm06:39
soreauWouldn't having 127.0.0.1 defined twice cause problems?06:40
Flannelbrombomb: What's the IP on that machine?  I have a feeling it isn't 192.168.0.107 anymore.06:40
ActionParsnipsoreau: shouldnt do. Not sure about resolving hostname to06:40
ActionParsnipNot 127.0.0.106:41
theTwizim trying to setup two identical hdds in raid 0, but mdadm keeps returning "/dev/sdc1 is not suitable for this array." when i fdisk -l i can see the two identical hdds have differing numbers of heads and cylinders, even thought they should be the same. is there a guide i can follow to make sure i have fully formatted these drives?06:41
brombombFlannel:  I think thats it06:41
soreaubrombomb: Don't guess, check ifconfig06:41
brombomb inet addr:192.168.0.12906:41
Flannelbrombomb: Well, that's not it.  That line should be a localhost IP, not your current IP.06:42
ActionParsnipbrombomb: try commenting the entry to resolve your hostname to its lan ip and make it resolve to 127.0.0.106:42
FlannelSo, yeah, that is the issue, but changing it to 129 isn't the fix, changing it to 127.0.0.1 is :)06:42
* soreau doesn't understand /etc/hosts file at all06:43
brombomball right06:43
soreauI've setup fairly complicated servers including my own and never really had to mess with it06:43
brombombworking super snappy now!06:43
ActionParsnipsoreau: its the first call for name to ip resolution ;)06:44
brombombthanks Flannel and ActionParsnip06:44
Flannelbrombomb: No problem.06:44
soreauActionParsnip: Kinda like internal dns?06:44
ActionParsnipbrombomb: local comms were going onto the la06:44
ActionParsnipLan06:44
ActionParsnipbrombomb: they are now local so take zero time06:45
ActionParsnipsoreau: exactly.06:45
brombombmakes sense06:45
soreauActionParsnip: What edits it automatically? (because mine is apparently correctly populated even though I've never touched it)06:46
* tonyyarusso notes that you CAN make DNS lookups happen BEFORE hostfile lookups06:46
ActionParsnipsoreau: i have a tonne of entries in mine to make ad sites like doubleclick resolve to 127.0.0.1 and as i don't run a web server they fail to load :-)06:46
soreauhuh06:47
ActionParsnipSoreau: i believe the installer sets it up initially06:47
stevecamIf I installed Windows on a separate partition, would I be able to virtualize my Ubuntu install "as is"06:47
Guest74778Hey guys.  Anyone here know how to get Ubuntu to recognize  a dvd drive?06:47
lorddeltaActionParsnip: Mmm www.facebook.com 127.0.0.1 yay ultimate adblocker :P06:47
tonyyarussoGuest74778: Normally you woudn't have to do anything.  So, your question is actually how to make it recognize YOUR DVD drive, which apparently doesn't work properly.06:48
lorddelta(in the hosts file that is)06:48
soreaustevecam: Potentially.. but you could have several problems to work out06:48
tonyyarussolorddelta's productivity just increased 600%.06:48
stevecamsoreau, a breif example?06:48
ActionParsnipSoreau: pages with ads in usually fail to load as the browser trys to get data from localhost which fails, as it doesnt exist06:48
Guest74778Yeah, that's what I meant.06:49
soreaustevecam: First you'd have to tell the filesystem to load correctly in /etc/fstab and mtab06:49
ActionParsniplorddelta: exactly06:49
stevecamWell, that's understandable06:49
Guest74778How do I do that?06:49
Guest74778<--- Very new to linux.06:49
honourhow can i add a custom command to the launcher in unity and set it to run on login?06:49
soreauGuest74778: It should already be recognized if it's installed correctly and the bios 'sees' it06:50
tonyyarussoGuest74778: Often the most productive first step is to Google with "Ubuntu ModelNumberOfDrive" or "Linux ModelNumberOfDrive" to see if there are any forum posts or wiki pages that refer to your specific hardware.  What model is it?06:50
ActionParsnipSoreau: you can even add an entry where www.google.com goes to a totally different IP. A great April fool joke06:50
acrawfordhow can i get my web cam that is an ezonics to work with this asus eeepc  anyone?06:50
soreauhonour: Command to be run as user or root?06:50
fission6any ideas on whats wrong, trying to install mongodb from their repo's http://dpaste.com/624724/06:50
honoursoreau: user06:50
Guest74778Hold on, let me get the box.06:50
ActionParsnipHonor: press SuperL and search Dash for: start06:51
soreauhonour: Add it in gnome-session-properties06:51
ActionParsnipacrawford: does it work in cheese?06:51
alesanhi06:52
soreaufission6: Seems like you'd need to remove mongodb-clients first06:52
alesanhow can I install thunderbird 7.0.1?06:52
tonyyarusso!newthunderbird06:52
tonyyarussooh come on ubottu06:52
tonyyarussoalesan: There used to be a wiki page about this...somewhere...06:53
soreaualesan: http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/06:53
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honouris it possible to add it to the left hand unity launcher thing too?06:53
alesansoreau, what should I do with that site?06:54
Guest34834nick wmd06:54
Guest34834ops06:54
alesantonyyarusso, I will search06:54
soreaualesan: Click the big green button that says "Thunderbird Free Download 7.0.1" ?06:54
alesansoreau, are you giving this kind of advice on #ubuntu?06:54
tonyyarussoalesan: You can just get it from the page soreau mentioned - I just don't remember if that's the "recommended" process right now or not.06:54
soreauwow06:54
alesanit is obvious I want to install from a repository and get automated upgrades06:55
alesanotherwise I would install windows06:55
soreauno, it is not06:55
ActionParsnipSoreau: http://paste.ubuntu.com/700323/06:55
wmndhi06:56
ActionParsniptonyyarusso: there is a ppa for it06:56
alesanwatever. I installed the correct PPA06:56
alesanbye06:56
wmndI'm trying to install Ubuntu on an eeepc and I did follow the instructions - made a bootable usb pen drive with ubuntu and checked boot order in bios06:56
wmndbut it still does not boot from the usb pen06:57
soreauActionParsnip: That's very nice but I was wondering what adds /etc/hosts entries automatically.. I don't think it only happens on install06:57
ActionParsnipSoreau: some dark voodoo06:57
wmndany ideas ob what may be going on? do some usb pens not work?06:57
Guest74778Okay guys, this is the burner I have.  L12-1312 OEM06:57
soreauwmnd: At what point does it fail?06:58
tonyyarussoGuest74778: are you having trouble with just the burning functionality, or reading as well?06:58
ActionParsnipWmnd: did you md5 test the iso you downloaded?06:58
Guest74778I have both Ubuntu (11.04) and Windows 7 (64 bit) installed.  Windows uses the drive completely fine, but Ubuntu doesn't recognize it at all, for some reason.07:00
wmndsoreau, it simply boots to windows straight away07:01
wmndActionParsnip, yes I tested it and the iso is fine07:01
soreauwmnd: Are you actually telling it to boot from usb?07:01
tonyyarussoGuest74778: is there a product name for this in addition to the number?07:01
soreauGuest74778: What makes you think it isn't recognized?07:02
wmndsoreau, I hope so I've set the boot order to bootable device, then HD, and also I tried simple reboot and running the installer in the usb pen and order it to reboot from there07:02
Guest74778I guess the product name would be Lite-On?07:03
ActionParsnipGuest74778: does it show in: sudo lshw -C drive; sudo lshw -C disk07:03
lorddeltaSo...init handles everything through conf files/scripts, but it looks like I need to learn how to hook into system events...07:03
wmndsoreau, or is there some other way to specify that I want it to boot from usb?07:03
lorddeltaTo figure out who is starting p7zip07:03
lorddelta=/07:03
tonyyarussoGuest74778: that's the brand07:03
Guest74778I say it doesn't recognize it because when trying to get vbox running earlier, the dvd drive wasn't an option to load my windows 7 disk from, and upon further inspection, I realized that movies won't play on Ubuntu either.07:03
ActionParsnipWmnd: how did you put the data on the usb stick?07:03
Guest74778http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4829307&CatId=162407:04
Guest74778Does that help?07:04
ActionParsnipGuest74778: if you run my command, is it in the output?07:05
soreauwmnd: On most systems you can set the boot order but also optionally hit a key when it boots to manually see and select which options there are to boot from07:05
wmndActionParsnip, Universal USB Installer07:05
wmndsoreau, oh... I did not know that, I'm going to google for it07:05
llutz_lorddelta: have a look at your udev-rules too07:05
soreauGuest74778: When you put a cd in the drive, does it show up in 'Places' or nautilus?07:06
ActionParsnipWmnd: cool. Try F11 of F12 at boot, may let you select the boot drive07:06
soreauwmnd: Usually it will tell you what key to hit on the bios splash screen07:07
Guest74778Soreau: No.  Not in places.  i'm not sure what nautilus is.07:07
Guest74778ActionParsnip: Is that one command, or two separated at the ; ?07:07
soreau<ActionParsnip> Guest74778: does it show in: sudo lshw -C drive; sudo lshw -C disk <-- what about this?07:07
tonyyarussoGuest74778: Yeah.  Oddly enough, 4 out of 4 Newegg reviewers say it worked out of the box in Ubuntu just fine.07:07
soreauGuest74778: nautilus is also a terminal command07:07
ActionParsnipGuest74778: run it as I gave it please07:07
tonyyarussomake that 507:07
lorddeltallutz_: thnx07:08
Guest74778It asked for a password, then looked like it was loading, and then returned to the command line, with no output.07:09
wmndok rebooting lets see, thanks guys07:10
Guest74778Oh, wait.07:10
Guest74778I made a typo07:10
Guest74778trying again.07:10
theTwizcan anyone help me with creating a raid0 array? mdadm keeps returning /dev/sdc1 is not suitable for this array07:10
ActionParsnipGuest74778: did you copy/paste the command? Should show your Hdd at least07:10
soreauwmnd: Usually if the usb stick is not bootable, it wont show in the list (and wont boot obviously)07:10
lanc3rwhere can i find a list of regular chat servers?07:11
soreaulanc3r: searchirc.com IIRC07:11
Guest74778It showed my external hard drive and my internal hard drives one.07:11
Guest74778only*07:11
Guest74778It didn't show the Disk drive07:12
soreauGuest74778: Which version of ubuntu are you using?07:13
Guest7477811.04 (64 bit)07:13
ActionParsnipGuest74778: try:  dmesg | grep -i lit07:15
Guest747780.000000] Built 1 zonelists in Zone order, mobility grouping on.  Total pages: 309180607:16
Guest74778[    1.196391] UDP-Lite hash table entries: 8192 (order: 6, 262144 bytes)07:16
Guest74778[    1.835725] BIOS EDD facility v0.16 2004-Jun-25, 0 devices found07:16
Guest74778[   35.396274] Registered led device: rt2800pci-phy0::quality07:16
Guest74778[   35.396684] rt2860sta: module is from the staging directory, the quality is unknown, you have been warned.07:16
FloodBot1Guest74778: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.07:16
Guest74778[   54.680467] warning: `VirtualBox' uses 32-bit capabilities (legacy support in use)07:16
ActionParsnipGuest74778: or:   dmesg | grep -i sr007:16
soreauActionParsnip: I think he might be saying it's not recognized in virtualbox..07:17
soreauin which case he'd need to enable it in the settings07:17
ActionParsnipGuest74778: wait, is ubuntu running in a virtualbox?07:17
Guest74778No07:17
ActionParsnipSoreau: great minds07:17
ActionParsnipAh07:17
Guest74778No, I have Ubuntu installed in parallel with Windows 7.07:18
soreauGuest74778: Does /dev/sr0 or sr1 exist?07:18
Guest74778I'm trying to run Windows 7 in a virtual box while signed into Ubuntu.07:18
maxillusionistso wats the prob man,you could do that easily07:19
maxillusionistelse try vmware07:19
maxillusionistindeed a good option07:19
ActionParsnipGuest74778: what is the output of:  file /dev/cdrom07:19
ActionParsnipmaxillusionist: its not a virtual OS07:19
nyuszika7h!cdrom07:19
Guest74778ERROR: Cannot open '/dev/cdrom' (No such file or directory)07:19
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nyuszika7h/dev/cdrom is deprecated07:20
soreauGuest74778: Try file /dev/cdrom<tab>07:20
maxillusionistman he is trying to run the os in vm so wht does it mean07:20
nyuszika7h!/dev/cdrom07:20
maxillusionist8)07:20
soreauGuest74778: or file /dev/sr<tab><tab>07:20
ActionParsnipGuest74778: is it a SATA drive rather than PATA07:20
nyuszika7h!cdrom is <reply> /dev/cdrom is07:20
nyuszika7hfail07:20
Guest74778Yes, I believe it is SATA07:20
soreau! cdrom07:20
nyuszika7h!cdrom is <reply> /dev/cdrom is deprecated. Use /dev/srx (usually sr0) instead.07:21
nyuszika7hThat is forwarded to -ops07:21
soreausr* maybe would be better07:21
ActionParsnipGuest74778: bingo. Set the controller to IDE mode and it'll be ok07:21
Guest74778I'm completely lost.  Lol, if you guys gave me another command, could you repeat it07:22
Guest74778Okay, how do I do that?07:22
soreauGuest74778: Does /dev/sr0 exist? (or sr1?)07:22
nyuszika7hOps can review and improve it07:22
ActionParsnipGuest74778: in bios07:22
soreauActionParsnip: He said it works in the win7 install on the same machine07:22
nyuszika7hThere is no approve command iirc, they just tell the bot the same, maybe modify it a bit07:22
Guest74778No.  Neither exists.07:23
soreauGuest74778: Well try what ActionParsnip said in your system bios settings07:23
maxillusionistcan anyone tell me the disadvantage of running irc as root07:23
soreaumaxillusionist: It's a security risk for one thing07:23
nyuszika7hAlso, I don't know which version deprecated it, as it has been long time since I last used Ubuntu.07:24
ActionParsnipsoreau: don't care what windows does. Some sata drives do07:24
Guest74778Well, I say it works.  It worked to install Windows 7 from the bios menu.  I don't know for sure if windows 7 reads it or not, not that I think about it.  Should I reboot in win7 and see if it will read a dvd?07:24
nyuszika7h!search root07:24
ubottuFound: supportroot, debchroot, sbuild, gksudo, root password, noroot, sudo, chroot, rootshell, rootpassword and 10 more, see http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi?search=root07:24
soreaumaxillusionist: Not directly related to ubuntu though, try #freenode07:24
nyuszika7h!noroot07:24
ubottuWe do not support setting a root password. You're free to do it on your own machine, but please don't offer instructions on how to set a root password or ask for help with setting it. See !root and !wfm for more information.07:24
JokesOnYou77maxillusionist: when I hack you through your IRC connection I'll have admin privileges :)07:24
Guest74778okay, and to be clear, to get to bios settings?07:24
nyuszika7hThat's not that07:24
ubuntu_no-one's active in +1, so I was curious if anyone here could comment of beta2's stability right now. Is it "OK" for something like a secretary's workstation right now?07:24
maxillusionistjokesonyou7707:24
maxillusionistdo it now07:24
maxillusionisti am running on root07:24
maxillusionist8)07:24
JokesOnYou77I'm real busy07:25
soreauActionParsnip: Yea, I'm not really familiar with sata cdrom drives but the ones I have used have worked OOTB on linux07:25
llutz_maxillusionist: you are a her007:25
JokesOnYou77...joseph07:25
nyuszika7h!crossposting | ubuntu_07:25
ubottuubuntu_: Please don't ask the same question in multiple Ubuntu channels at the same time. Many helpers are in more than one channel and it's not fair to them or the other people seeking support.07:25
maxillusionistor you can't find the code07:25
maxillusionistyou script kiddie07:25
maxillusionist8)07:25
maxillusionistno insult there07:25
maxillusionistsorry07:25
auronandaceubuntu_: think it through, it isn't officially released until it is stable07:25
stillParsnipSoreau: don't play nice in Linux, the interface can be set to appear as a pata controller and work.07:25
maxillusionisthey why the softwares are sold via ubuntu software center07:26
maxillusionistits not fair07:26
stillParsnipDamn blackspots :-(07:26
maxillusionistubuntu is gnu right07:26
llutz_stillParsnip: theres definetly no problem with sata drives by default07:26
nyuszika7hyes, GNU/Linux07:26
maxillusionistgnu's not unix and softwares should be free07:26
nyuszika7hI think moxt (if not all) software are free.07:26
auronandace!enter | maxillusionist07:26
ubottumaxillusionist: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line. Don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!07:26
stillParsnipllutz_: worth exploring07:27
soreaustillParsnip: lol@your nick07:27
maxillusionistany programmer here??07:27
nyuszika7h!cross-posting is <alias> crossposting07:27
stillParsnipSoreau: yeah my nick is 'in use' and I'm lazy07:27
nyuszika7h!ask | maxillusionist07:27
ubottumaxillusionist: 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. :-)07:27
nyuszika7hbut ye07:27
nyuszika7her07:27
nyuszika7h(I'm a programmer)07:28
stillParsnipnyuszika7h: you are doing it wro07:28
stillParsnipNg07:28
nyuszika7hwhy?07:28
maxillusionistwhat wrong07:28
stillParsnipnyuszika7h: an example would be:  /msg ubottu !beer is Beer is a tasty beverage07:29
* RaTTuS|BIG Gives e-bree to an example would be: /msg ubottu !beer is Beer is a tasty beverage07:29
nyuszika7h!private > maxillusionist07:29
ubottumaxillusionist, please see my private message07:29
nyuszika7hstillParsnip: nipe07:29
nyuszika7hnope*07:29
stillParsnipNot creepy at all07:29
nyuszika7hlearn how to use Enyclopedia07:29
nyuszika7h<you> !foo is foo is bar07:30
stillParsnipnyuszika7h: that's how you add factoids07:30
Guest74778Okay guys, I'm off to try to change the bios setting.  Wish me luck. =D07:30
nyuszika7h<bot> I'll remember that, you07:30
nyuszika7heh, I better don't flood07:30
maxillusionistubottu can you chat with me via PM07:30
stillParsnipnyuszika7h: nothing to do with encyclopedias at all07:30
ubottumaxillusionist: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)07:30
maxillusionist8)07:30
nyuszika7hno that is not how you add them07:30
maxillusionistthen07:30
ubuntu_I qam so deathly tired of 6 month release schedules....07:31
stillParsnipnyuszika7h: then why are you spamming the channel with nonsense?07:31
Myrttimove on guys07:31
llutz_weekend = trolltime07:31
maxillusionistcool still parsnip07:31
ubuntu_All I need is the latest kernel without breaking everything...07:31
maxillusionistno big deal07:31
stillParsnipUbuntu_: stick to LTS then...07:32
maxillusionistubuntu_you could compile that kernel thing in a vm07:32
ubuntu_wtf...do you even know what you're talking about?07:32
nyuszika7h!encyclopedia | stillParsnip07:32
ubottustillParsnip: See http://ubottu.com/devel/wiki/Plugins#Encyclopedia for usage information on the Encyclopedia factoid plugin07:32
maxillusionisttry vmware with shared files via vm07:32
soreaullutz: Is that what that smell is?07:32
maxillusionisteasy right07:32
* soreau is now known as sorout07:32
glebihanubuntu_, why do you need the latest kernel ?07:32
stillParsnipUbuntu_: id say so, yes. Ask any regular here07:33
maxillusionistglebihan wht is that for not trying07:33
ubuntu_because the lm_sensors version that contains the drivers for my motherboard are only in the latest kernel07:33
glebihanmaxillusionist, ?07:33
maxillusionistnew kernels are to be tested and who has to do the tests ,07:33
learnerhi i m using ubuntu 10.10 . while reviewing command history i face a problem after a long command a part of the command dosnot go. it remains der and the other commands of the history comes after this small part of the long command.. any help regarding this?07:34
stillParsnipnyuszika7h: ok but why spam the channel?07:34
maxillusionistthe users have to test it so ubuntu gonna play the role of a good usr07:34
maxillusionistis it bad glebian07:34
nyuszika7h#ubuntu-bots07:34
IdleOnenyuszika7h: Please /msg ubottu if you want to suggest a factoid/edit.07:34
nyuszika7hstillParsnip: I wanted to explain how ubottu's factoid system works, but I forgot that I could have said it in one line.07:35
maxillusionistcan anyone tell me which version of kernel ubuntu 11.04 runs on07:35
nyuszika7hIdleOne: okay :)07:35
glebihanmaxillusionist, I didn't say it was bad... he said he *needed* it, I asked why07:36
stillParsnipUbuntu_: then i guess you'll have to use it then due to requireme07:36
nyuszika7hprobably 2.607:36
maxillusionistirc is better than fb,at least technical stuffs07:36
maxillusionist8)07:36
maxillusionisti like geeky things07:36
stillParsnip!info linux-image maxillusionist07:36
ubottu'maxillusionist' is not a valid distribution: hardy, hardy-backports, hardy-proposed, kubuntu-backports, kubuntu-experimental, kubuntu-updates, lucid, lucid-backports, lucid-proposed, maverick, maverick-backports, maverick-proposed, medibuntu, natty, natty-backports, natty-proposed, oneiric, oneiric-backports, oneiric-proposed, partner, stable, testing, unstable07:36
stillParsnipWow07:37
maxillusionisthey anyone please tell me which ver of kernel ubuntu 11.04 rus07:37
auronandace!info linux-image | maxillusionist07:37
ubottumaxillusionist: linux-image (source: linux-meta): Generic Linux kernel image.. In component main, is optional. Version 2.6.38.11.26 (natty), package size 2 kB, installed size 32 kB (Only available for i386 amd64 all armel powerpc)07:37
maxillusionistreally i appreaiate  ubottu07:37
stillParsnip!info linux-image-generic07:37
ubottulinux-image-generic (source: linux-meta): Generic Linux kernel image. In component main, is optional. Version 2.6.38.11.26 (natty), package size 2 kB, installed size 32 kB (Only available for i386 amd64 all armel powerpc)07:37
stillParsnipYay07:37
Klojum!info linux-image natty07:37
maxillusionistnice buddy ,i appreciate this,07:38
nyuszika7hstillParsnip: Syntax is !factoid, !factoid | nick or !factoid > nick07:38
maxillusionist8)07:38
IdleOneKlojum: it is rate limited07:38
stillParsnipKlojum: needs the generic bit ;-)07:38
___MAX<ubottu >is away :)07:38
IdleOne!msgthebot07:38
ubottuPlease investigate with me only with "/msg ubottu Bot" or in #ubuntu-bots.  Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu !search factoid".07:38
maxillusionistanyone like shell scripting with bash that comes with ubuntu 1107:38
Klojumim still working the learning curve on these commands07:38
maxillusionistnot the command line way but the pkg comes with dialog07:39
stillParsnipnyuszika7h: i know how she works. Ive only been coming in this channel since 200707:39
linuxuz3rim writing a paper about intellectual property07:39
maxillusionistshell scripting with dialog pkg07:39
nyuszika7hmaxillusionist: yes, but if you need help, please ask here or in a related support channel, so otherx can help, too :).07:39
nyuszika7hothers*07:39
maxillusionistfine07:39
joshuaback07:39
nyuszika7hSorry for typos, I'm on mobile07:39
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IdleOnemaxillusionist: #bash for bash questions. This is for ubuntu support, chat in #ubuntu-offtopic.07:40
Guest806Umm, I'm the guest that was checking bios settings.07:40
nyuszika7hstillParsnip: Then why do you say usage is !beer is Beer is ...?07:40
* RaTTuS|BIG Gives e-bree to Then why do you say usage is !beer is Beer is ...?07:40
pleclownhi07:40
maxillusionistto what extent one can program using bash via shell scripting i mean bash that comes with ubuntu has some features unique with the unity desktop07:40
Myrtti!beer07:41
* RaTTuS|BIG Gives e-bree to j4q807:41
maxillusionistso what are those uniqueness07:41
auronandaceis RaTTuS|BIG a bot?07:41
nyuszika7hRaTTuS|BIG: Please turn that script off. Thanks.07:41
stillParsnipnyuszika7h: that's how you add factoids to her database for others to use later. They are moderated, tweaked and added if suitable07:42
maxillusionisti need a tool like nlite vlite fr  ubuntu07:42
Guest806It turns out that IDE moad ewas already enabled...07:42
Guest806mode was*07:42
maxillusionisti want to make a customised ubuntu07:42
pleclownI'm trying to install ubuntu 64 bits from a usb drive. Downloaded it, used Startup Disk creator. When I boot the computer, I get grub , but when I choose Install or try, all I get is error message telling me it can't find the kernel. any idea ?07:42
soreauGuest806: Did you try trying the other mode?07:42
Stanley00maxillusionist: you can build from alternate cd, I think07:42
auronandace!remaster | maxillusionist07:42
ubottumaxillusionist: Interested in remastering the Ubuntu !LiveCD or !Alternate installer? See: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallCDCustomization - Or use tools such as http://uck.sourceforge.net/ or http://linux.dell.com/wiki/index.php/DRU_Disc_Remastering_Utility07:42
stillParsnipGuest806: switch it the other way then07:42
IdleOne!remaster > maxillusionist07:42
ubottumaxillusionist, please see my private message07:42
Guest806There were two others... i didn't change it because I didn't know what to pick.07:42
nyuszika7hstillParsnip: No, maybe !beer is <reply> ...07:42
maxillusionistyeah how could i forget remaster sys07:42
maxillusionistthanks07:43
maxillusionistany graphical tools07:43
IdleOnenyuszika7h and stillParsnip Please drop it.07:43
nyuszika7hOkay.07:43
IdleOnefactoid editing is not ubuntu support related.07:43
IdleOnethank you.07:43
Guest806Is there a certain one I should look for?07:43
stillParsnipnyuszika7h: you need to address ubottu too07:43
maxillusionistpleclown did you used the latest version of usb maker07:44
stillParsnipIdleOne: kindly educate. I gotta sleep07:44
maxillusionisti mean which one did you use unetbootin07:44
maxillusionisti suggest you use the latest version07:44
pleclownmaxillusionist: used hte one in my system>Administration menu07:44
maxillusionistit will work07:44
learner hi i m using ubuntu 10.10 . while reviewing command history i face a problem after a long command a part of the command dosnot go. it remains der and the other commands of the history comes after this small part of the long command.. any help regarding this?07:44
maxillusionisttry unetbootin07:44
maxillusionistdownload it form the sourceforge web07:45
maxillusionistthe latest version along with the iso image ,good luk07:45
pleclownmaxillusionist: The Startup Disk Creator bundled with ubuntu 11.04 is broken ?07:46
nyuszika7hlearner: what terminal are you using?07:46
maxillusionistanyone need any help can email me at <lordsangram@gmail.com>07:47
learnernyuszika7h,  normal default terminal07:47
nyuszika7hlearner: GNOME or KDE?07:47
learnergnome07:47
learnernyuszika7h, gnome07:48
Gavin__my backtrack's ibus can't write down chinese - -07:48
Gavin__i have used google07:48
Gavin__but l can't solve the problem07:48
Gavin__my OS is backtrack 5 r1 x6407:48
IdleOne!backtrack | Gavin__07:48
ubottuGavin__: 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 Edition07:48
nyuszika7hNo idea than, I'm using KDE :/07:48
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nyuszika7hIdleOne: can I PM you?07:49
IdleOnesure07:49
learner hi i m using ubuntu 10.10 . while reviewing command history i face a problem after a long command a part of the command dosnot go. it remains der and the other commands of the history comes after this small part of the long command.. any help regarding this?07:49
KnownSQASHEDOkay, I'm back again.07:49
KnownSQASHEDI'll keep this username now, unless it makes me lose it again.07:49
KnownSQASHEDI changed it to AHCI Mode.  The other option was RAID Mode.07:50
IdleOne!register | KnownSQASHED07:50
ubottuKnownSQASHED: Information about registering your nickname: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat/Registration - Type « /nick <nickname> » to select your nickname. Registration help available by typing /join #freenode07:50
KnownSQASHEDOkay.  So the drive is working now.07:53
KnownSQASHEDNow my only issue is with getting vbox to work.07:53
KnownSQASHEDAnyone up for another challenge? =)07:53
auronandaceKnownSQASHED: describe the problem you are having with vbox07:54
soreauKnownSQASHED: Just enable the drive in vbox settings. More help in #vbox07:54
soreau!vbox07:54
ubottuvirtualbox 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/VirtualBox07:54
KnownSQASHEDI have it installed, I have set up a virtual machine, but when I try to start it I have issues.07:55
KnownSQASHEDI'll move to vbox07:55
KnownSQASHEDThanks for all your help so far everyone.07:55
SyriaHi, please tell me how can i hide pidgin notifications!!08:02
SyriaPlease tell me how can i hide pidgin notifications!! In the upper right.08:02
auronandaceSyria: look under preferences on pidgin08:04
Syriaauronandace:  It was not under the preferences tab, But i found it in the plugins menu thanks. :)08:04
auronandaceSyria: no worries :)08:05
dante_im missing all my exit, expand, and minimize buttons on my laptops! how do i get it back08:08
dante_i think i switched it to compiz and messed everything up08:08
dante_how do i get gnome back?08:09
mranim8Hi. Can someone help me with an installation question? I just downloaded 11.04 (x86) to put onto a freshly built file server. I want to use btrfs instead of ext4, so I go to configure the partitions manually. I have 5 disks (one system, 4 data). I can't create primary partitions on the data drives without adding a mount point, and I can't seem to specify my own mount point. Instead I'm given a list of standard directories (/, /08:18
benoliver999Hey - where's the off topic channel?08:18
llutz_!ot08:19
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!08:19
benoliver999llutz_: Thanks08:19
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llutz_mranim8: i'd just install the base system and add those data-drives later manually08:20
mranim8okay thanks08:21
llutz_mrmist: and maybe write a feature-request for the future-installer08:21
llutz_oops wrong nick08:22
tiresiashello all08:28
tiresiasjust changed my mother and graphical card08:28
tiresiasnow when i boot on kernel 3 i have:08:29
tiresiasxhci-hcd failed to enable MSI-X08:29
ikoniatiresias: what version of ubuntu are you using08:33
sivikhas anyone had any luck of getting afterstep to work in ubuntu 11.04?  it installs fine but there isn't an option when I log back in to choose it from the sessions08:39
kfzx-xingxigkkk08:39
lostandfoundcould not apt-get exim4-daemon-light exim4 mailx when apt-get dos2unix08:41
lostandfoundwhy is that?08:41
sivikare you trying to install and what is the error lostandfound?08:41
lostandfoundi am trying to install dos2unix and it comes with those dependencies08:49
lostandfoundsivik08:49
lostandfoundhttp://pastebin.com/vVmuP9pG08:52
lostandfoundsivik08:52
ikonialostandfound: why don't you install dos2unix rarther than http://pastebin.com/vVmuP9pG08:53
ikoniaoops rather thn tofrodos08:53
ikonialostandfound: you said you're trying to install do2unix, but you're actually issuing the command to install todrodos08:55
siviksudo apt-get install dos2unix08:55
lostandfoundCouldn't find package dos2unix08:56
siviklostandfound, do you have the needed repos enabled?08:56
sivikwhen I run aptitude search dos2unix it finds it:08:56
sivikp   dos2unix                        - convert text file line endings between CRL08:57
hellofoowhat is this X window system ? startx?xinit?08:57
sivikstartx08:57
ikonia!info dos2unix08:57
ubottudos2unix (source: dos2unix): convert text file line endings between CRLF and LF. In component universe, is extra. Version 5.1.1-2 (natty), package size 39 kB, installed size 224 kB08:57
ikonialostandfound: as you can see, the package is there08:57
sivikdid you enable the universe repo?08:58
lostandfoundhow to enable it?08:59
siviklostandfound: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Ubuntu08:59
sattu94hi!08:59
iceroot!x | hellofoo09:01
ubottuhellofoo: The X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type « sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart » in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution09:01
lostandfoundsivik: it has all four in etc/apt/sources.list09:03
lostandfoundbut aptitute search dos2unix does not find it09:03
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siviklostandfound, run apt-get update and then apt-cache search dos209:04
icerootlostandfound: sudo apt-get update && apt-cache search dos2unix09:05
icerootlostandfound: if nothing returns please paste your /etc/apt/sources.list09:05
lerrickhelo09:06
lerrickcan anyone help how to install vmware09:06
siviklerrick, the player?09:06
VxQflerrick, you should probably talk to VMware support about that, to be honest.09:07
siviklerrick, also, search google, I get a ton of anwsers09:07
siviklerrick: http://www.numango.com/5812_install-vmware-7-ubuntu-11-04.html09:07
iceroot!google | sivik09:08
ubottusivik: 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.09:08
pleclownerror: no such partition / error: you need to load the kernel first09:08
pleclownany idea ?09:08
pleclownon an usb drive install09:09
ajinhi,there09:10
paketehello09:13
lostandfoundany fast paste-bin?09:14
paketeplease help me with the sound... it all seems working but no sound....volume is working, mute-unmute too, but sound never sound09:14
Corey!sound | pakete09:15
ubottupakete: 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 !mp3.09:15
pakete!repeat09:15
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/09:15
pakete!attitude09:15
ubottuThe people here are volunteers, your attitude should reflect that. Answers are not always available. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines09:15
ikoniapakete: stop it09:15
CoreySrsly.09:16
benoliver999pakete: You checked the prefs? Sometimes the hardware switches.09:16
paketeyes i did... (( i checked prefs09:16
benoliver999pakete: Is it system wide or just in one application?09:16
paketebenoliver999, it looks like sound is properly working everywhere.,..but i can hear no sound - that is the problem09:17
paketei can adjust volume etc... but no sound is actually heard09:18
benoliver999pakete: Have you tried it in more than one piece of software?09:18
paketewhat do u mean?09:18
paketei tried it everywhere... there is no sound... but sound card seems to be working properly, while it appears that the sound is muted, but i unmuted it many times back and forth09:20
benoliver999pakete: Have you look in additonal drivers?09:20
benoliver999looked*09:20
paketewhat can it be? maybe it is mechanical problem? yes i did there is only Realtek driver pack, but i could not install it  ((09:21
paketeso Ubuntu is running it via its own drivers i think09:22
pakete!repeat09:22
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/09:22
hellofoosudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart hung up in a black screenw ith start and stop msgs :P09:23
hellofooiceroot: ^09:23
OmegakenshinHello, im a newbie in ubuntu, could anyone tell me, if I download some programs to install manually, where is the folder to copy the info??09:24
MasterOfDisasterOmegakenshin: depends on what form they come in.09:24
lerrickwell btw is vmware free?09:25
MasterOfDisasterlerrick: they provide a free version IIRC, VMware Player09:25
JokesOnYou77there is a free version, yes09:25
Omegakenshin.tar.bz209:25
Omegakenshinits the sublime text 209:26
lerrickthanks09:26
lerrickthanks im really enjoying using linux now09:26
lerrickhehe09:26
MasterOfDisasterOmegakenshin: If you need it to be available to multiple users, put it in /opt or /usr/local else put it in your user's $HOME09:27
Omegakenshinjust copy the folder there will add the software??09:27
MasterOfDisasterOmegakenshin: binaries are found in linux by looking in the folders specified in $PATH09:28
Omegakenshinits says is not allowed to copy files in that location09:29
Omegakenshininside bin maybe_09:29
Omegakenshin??09:29
MasterOfDisasterOmegakenshin: folders reserved for third-party binaries are /opt and /usr/local (i.e. apt shouldn't put anything there)09:29
MasterOfDisasterOmegakenshin: /opt and /usr/local may only be written to by root09:29
Omegakenshinim in usr/local09:30
alex--Hey09:30
Omegakenshinhow do i get access to root??09:30
hellofooMasterOfDisaster: is there a tutorial or guide that explains all thsoe ?09:30
alex--How to switch back to gnome 2 on 11.10?09:30
Corey!root | Omegakenshin09:30
ubottuOmegakenshin: Do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth... there is no root password. Then you will see that it is 'sudo' that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo09:30
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MasterOfDisasterhellofoo: most possibly09:30
hellofooi would like to read one, i am also a newbie.09:31
MasterOfDisasterhellofoo: I'd suggest reading about LSB09:31
MasterOfDisasterOmegakenshin: put it your $HOME and be done with it. Adjust your $PATH by editing your ~/.profile so that you can start it easily09:32
sarthorHI, how to add http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/core.html#adddefaultcharset in Ubuntu installed computer09:32
duromorirmasterr09:32
hellofoowhere do i find it ?09:32
oCeanOmegakenshin: if you downloaded the .tar.bz2 from sublime text, it is not sufficient to just copy that .tar.bz2 to any location, since that is just an archive09:32
MasterOfDisasterhellofoo: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_Standard_Base09:32
duromoriris anone gnacktrack user in here?09:33
oCeanOmegakenshin: also, sublimetext can only be evaluated for free, you have to purchase a license to use it09:33
Omegakenshinnope, but what other code editor do you recommend me??09:33
MasterOfDisasterOmegakenshin: which language?09:34
Omegakenshinspanish09:35
MasterOfDisasterprogramming language, man!09:35
OmegakenshinROFL... CSS PHP HTML JQUERY09:35
Omegakenshinsorry im kinda sleepy09:35
MasterOfDisasterkate or gedit should suffice09:35
Omegakenshinthose got code hints??09:36
MasterOfDisasterif you want something fancy, look at eclipse's php development plugin09:36
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MasterOfDisasternever used it that much, google says support is limited09:37
req^netbans :)09:37
sarthorHI, how to add http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/core.html#adddefaultcharset in Ubuntu installed computer09:37
req^*netbeans09:37
hellofooso what is this x winodow system ?09:38
vsync:D09:38
abdelkadilias09:38
MasterOfDisasternetbeans yes :-) = low orbit ion cannon :)09:38
thirteen这里有说中国话的吗?09:38
oCeanOmegakenshin: browse the software center looking for editors, there are lots. Since it's a matter of personal taste, you should try some of those09:38
thirteen?????09:38
hellofoothirteen: ?09:39
vsynchellofoo it's this thing you oughta remove immediately09:39
Omegakenshinim looking for kate09:39
oCean!cn | thirteen09:39
ubottuthirteen: 如欲獲得中文的協助,請輸入 /join #ubuntu-cn 或 /join #ubuntu-tw09:39
Omegakenshinlooks awesome!09:39
req^!jp | thirteen09:39
ubottuthirteen: 日本語の場合は /join #ubuntu-jp または /join #kubuntu-jp を入力して下さい。09:39
req^;)09:39
vsync!esperanto | thirteen09:39
vsyncsadface09:39
req^haha09:39
oCeanvsync: please don't do that09:39
MasterOfDisasternice try though09:39
hellofoovsync: ?09:39
thirteenjoin #ubuntu-cn09:39
oCeanthirteen: type /join #ubuntu-cn09:40
thirteenok09:40
vsyncHmh, hope there's going to be some updates on 11.10 asap09:40
hellofooi really cant understand what x window system is :(09:40
oCeanvsync: Oneiric/11.10 is not yet released (still beta). Please join #ubuntu+1 for further support and discussion09:41
vsync...wikipedia - go09:41
thirteenthanks09:41
sarthorif any one can tell me where to put "AddDefaultCharset utf-8 "? I can not see my Arabic fonts on my webpage, hosted on Ubuntu, apache2 installed.09:41
MasterOfDisastersarthor: eh... httpd.conf?09:42
hellofoosudo startx hangs, so i cant even test and see09:42
llutz_hellofoo: don't use sudo09:42
shubham_rathihii everyone!!!09:42
req^hellofoo: you might want to read up on x before testing it.09:42
shubham_rathi:D09:42
sarthorMasterOfDisaster: I put that in httpd.conf but did not worked, and also my httpd.conf have nothing, just an empty file.09:43
hellofoollutz_: without sudo it says X: user not authorized to run the X server, aborting.09:43
solancerI am unable to install PGP addon on Thunderbird09:43
Sidewinder1hellofoo, Perhaps have a look here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X_Window_System if you're interested in a full description.09:43
hellofooreq^: couldnt understand much from reading, seems like its something like GUI but thats it.09:43
hellofooSidewinder1: i am there09:43
llutz_hellofoo: then fix permission but don't use sudo whit "startx"09:43
Sidewinder1:D09:43
Omegakenshini download the firefox 7 but i dont know what to do after extract the folder09:43
sarthorMasterOfDisaster: my httpd.conf is in /etc/apache2/httpd.conf09:44
arestodGuys is there a channel for development questions, more specifically c++ ?09:44
llutz_sarthor: /etc/apache2/conf.d/charset09:44
hellofoollutz_: umm, how do you "fix permission" ?09:44
shubham_rathiomegakenshin better stick to official version09:44
oCeansarthor: see /etc/apache2/conf.d/charset file09:44
shubham_rathii think 7 is  still in beta condition omegakenshin09:44
req^hellofoo: it's the base windowing system. Ontop of x you often have other layers, such as gnome, to control graphical things. X takes care of more lower level things, such as resolution09:45
hellofoono, it released. 8 is in beta.09:45
MasterOfDisastersarthor: sorry don't know enough about the debian/ubuntu way concerning httpd09:45
Omegakenshinhow can I do that?? and no 7 is out now09:45
solancer--------09:45
solancer--------09:45
FloodBot1solancer: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.09:45
hellofooreq^: i see, so gnome, kde, xfce is built atop X ?09:45
Omegakenshinbut in what folder should i copy the firefox folder to install it??09:45
oCeanarestod: there is ##c++ channel09:45
req^hellofoo: yeah09:45
vsynchellofoo yeah09:45
shubham_rathiok ok my mistake09:45
req^jinx!09:45
shubham_rathi7.0.1 is official now!!!09:45
shubham_rathi:D09:45
vsyncit also handles inputs09:45
arestodoCean Where is it ?09:46
sarthorMasterOfDisaster: I uncommented that in charset file. but nothing happend after restarting apache2, where that line was there.09:46
Guest82685firefox 7.0.109:46
shubham_rathimine is update automatically !!09:46
shubham_rathiso dont came to know09:46
arestodoCean,  or what's it called :)09:46
Omegakenshinwhat folder plz09:46
Omegakenshini need to know09:46
oCeanarestod: /join ##c++09:46
sarthorMasterOfDisaster: yes, it worked after refreshing the page, Thanks alot MasterOfDisaster . Thaaaannkkk Brother.09:46
Omegakenshintry in home with no sucess09:46
arestodoCean, Yea I found it. Thanks :)09:46
MasterOfDisastersarthor: thank oCean :)09:46
EduardHello everyone09:47
oCeanOmegakenshin: what ubuntu version are you using? FF7 is in the repo for 11.04 for example09:47
Omegakenshin11.0409:47
sarthoroCean: Thankss alot brother, and thanks too all Irc people who helped me alot, You buddies are really doing great !09:48
oCeanOmegakenshin: in that case you don't need to download it from their site. Just install via software centre09:48
hellofooreq^: can i somehow run just X ? (and not gnome)09:48
shubham_rathihey is there here any channel for windows support?09:49
MasterOfDisasterhellofoo: if you want a minimal window manager, use fluxbox09:49
hellofooOmegakenshin: i am not ane expert, but here is what i know. there are 3 ways to install, apt-get(or synaptic package manager), get a bin file from mozilla's website for linux and double click to install as you do on winfows and get the source code and compile it and i guess it will be installed.09:49
hellofoothats how you install any softare on ubuntu i guess.09:49
Sidewinder1shubham_rathi, Have you tried #windows or ##windows?09:49
shubham_rathiyaa its empty!!! :P09:50
MasterOfDisasterhellofoo: plain X doesn't do anything except enabling programs to "draw windows".09:50
oCean!software | hellofoo09:50
ubottuhellofoo: A general introduction to the ways software can be installed, removed and managed in Ubuntu can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoftwareManagement - See also !Packages, !Equivalents09:50
vsyncNo need to compile ff7 yourself if you're using natty or newer: http://packages.ubuntu.com/natty/firefox09:50
shubham_rathisidewinder1 its saying #windows is invite only channel09:51
Sidewinder1!windows | shubham_rathi09:51
ubottushubham_rathi: For discussion on Microsoft software, or help with same, please visit ##windows. See http://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+bug/1 http://linux.oneandoneis2.org/LNW.htm and /msg ubottu equivalents09:51
hellofooMasterOfDisaster: so X is like an interface on which other Display Managers are built. ok. is xterm another display manager built on X ? also how can i use plain X and xterm ? just want to play and learn :)09:51
hellofoo!packages09:51
ubottuYou 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 30000 packages available, so please *search* for an official package before installing things in awkward ways!09:51
hellofoo!equivalents09:51
ubottuA comprehensive list of of Windows-equivalent applications in Linux can be found at http://www.linuxrsp.ru/win-lin-soft/table-eng.html and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WhatWindowsUsersWant - Try also joining #ubuntu-bots and asking BestBot09:51
oCeanhellofoo: please use ubottu in private:   /msg ubottu bot09:52
hellofoook, didnt now that.09:52
MasterOfDisasterhellofoo: xterm is graphical program. a window manager draws window decorations (the title bar, the border, etc), a desktop environment provides some menu bar to start programs and sometimes a desktop.09:52
vsyncfire up an x and then fire up xterm on that x screen09:52
shubham_rathivsync lol u r the one that slows down most games if in on condition!!! :P09:53
vsyncno, i just sync em with your slow ass monitors!09:53
shubham_rathivsync hmm usually monitor is 60hz na??09:54
Sidewinder1hellofoo, You might also find this of interest: http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi?db=ubuntu&search=&order=popularity%20DESC&page=009:54
shubham_rathivsync what is maximum hz monitor launched till far?09:54
MasterOfDisastershubham_rathi: flats, yeah...09:54
hellofoovsync: http://pastie.org/262131009:54
vsyncshubham_rathi most LCD's are 60 hz yeah, but the new 3D-screens have to go all the way to 120hz09:55
shubham_rathivsync ok!!!09:55
shubham_rathivsync what will happen if turn off vsync09:55
shubham_rathivsync some games goes way upto 200fps09:55
shubham_rathivsync but when i on vsync it drops to 60!!09:56
shubham_rathivsync and i want more fps!!!09:56
vsync...and i want less exclamation marks09:56
hellofooSidewinder1: !botsnack09:57
dr_willisincrease the refresh rate09:57
hellofoo!botsnack09:57
ubottuYum! Err, I mean, APT!09:57
shubham_rathivsync why? is ur monitor unable to show that!! :P lol09:57
hellofoo:D09:57
oCeanshubham_rathi: try to keep your responses/questions in single line09:57
Benkinoobyhi, can som1 help me with playing a commercial dvd? i use ubuntu 10.04 (with fluxbox, so some gnome service might be disabled). i unstalled the ubuntu-restricted-extras package https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats and then followed https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/PlayingDVDs by installing libdvdread4 and running the install-css.sh script. i rebooted my computer but still vlc, movieplayer and gnome moviepla09:57
Benkinoobyyer fail. mplayer gives me the following output http://pastebin.com/DvR6ipDq09:57
hellofoovsync: did you see the pastebin ?09:57
hellofooi cant fire x09:57
shubham_rathiocean ok :D09:57
Benkinoobyunstalled -> installed09:58
vsynchellofoo yeah09:58
duromorirhey09:58
duromoriri want ask something09:58
duromorirmy webcam on gyachi not work09:58
duromorirhow can i fix it?09:58
alex--What are the differences between 11.04 and 11.10?09:59
duromorirhey09:59
oCeanalex--: Oneiric/11.10 is not yet released (still beta). Please join #ubuntu+1 for further support and discussion09:59
duromorirmy webcam on gyachi not work10:00
duromorirhow can i fix it?10:00
MasterOfDisasterhellofoo: it says X is already running. press ALT+F1-12 to switch through the consoles, X takes one. To switch back, use CTRL+ALT+F1-1210:00
zaxonspoxhey, when i press ALT-SPACE the title bars (every) are disappearing, how to BLOCK that?10:00
duromorirmasterr10:00
duromorirheyy10:01
alex--How to switch back to gnome 2 on 11.10?10:01
alex--Or do I also have to ask it there?10:01
oCeanalex--: yes, #ubuntu+110:01
dr_willisalex--:  you dont10:02
catmandohey all10:02
PsychoX75goodmorning vietnam.. :)10:03
PsychoX75I've been busting myself all morning but can't figure this one out. (not a pro yet). For some reason after i mount the NTFS drives in Ubuntu through it's GUI, it doesn't re-mount them after i reboot. Meaning that even the fileshares on the HDD becomes unavailable. How do i make it persistent?10:05
zaxonspoxPsychoX75, put an entry in /etc/fstab to do automount10:06
hellofooMasterOfDisaster: ctrl alt f1 i went into a cli mode with login10:06
PsychoX75ah... lemme see... (gone reading)10:06
shubham_rathipsychox75 yes same problem with me also!!!10:09
PsychoX75shubham: I hope that fstab do the trick. Thing is.. i'm used to Unix's CLI. Yesterday my Win7 servers C: had a NTFS-crash. So I decided "what the egg.... lemme switch to Ubuntu"10:11
PsychoX75didn't expect it to be so annoying to switch between users under GUI. (dont even know how yet...)10:11
MasterOfDisasterhellofoo: so you were already using X :)10:12
dr_willisPsychoX75:  to share a ntfs you will need the proper options in the fstab entry also10:12
hellofooMasterOfDisaster: it was like cli tho. how could i switch back ?10:12
MasterOfDisasterALT+function keys, from an X display CTRL+ALT+function keys10:13
hellofooi tried ctrel alt f1 f2 ... f12 nothing worked :P i coudltn switch back10:14
EduardGuys, was the add launcher to desktop feature  dropped in 11.10?10:14
unk123hey10:14
unk123all10:14
oCeanEduard: Oneiric/11.10 is not yet released (still beta). Please join #ubuntu+1 for further support and discussion10:14
wmphello, how to automatical set in system start APM hard drive level to 254?10:17
wmpi have my init.d script, but this dont running on start, and i don't know why10:17
PsychoX75hellofoo: try CTRL+ALT+F7   if u're looking for the GUI.10:18
Benkinoobyok, vlc works... but other players do not10:20
flexdUh hi... I just exchanged one of my monitors for a new one10:21
flexdand it's gone a bit wonky :-/10:21
flexdI had a extended desktop setup with the other monitor (I had a 22" and a 19", got another 22")10:21
flexdWhat do I actually need to do in regards to X setup and drivers to make this work?10:21
flexdat the moment they are just cloned.10:21
flexdBoth my monitors were DVI, one of them is now using a DVI->VGA adapter because it's a bit older :-/10:22
Tixoshey can someone help me with an issue. I removed my ATI drivers, and now when i boot PC i get a black screen, what can i do to make it use some default drivers again? i think i may have corrupted sometrhing?10:27
PsychoX75Sorry for my clumsyness. Is there any chance that there is a GUI to edit FSTAB?10:27
PsychoX75Tixos: ouch.. gl on that one.  :S10:27
SyriaI lost the window borders!10:28
Tixosreally? PsychoX75 i removed them before using software manager, and it booted fine.... i still get a graphically 'mcrpyt login prompt'10:28
jribPsychoX75: pysdm, but I would recommend just using a text editor as it is pretty straightforward10:28
PsychoX75Tixos: ehm... wait a minute. i wasn't being sarcastic. I really meant it. I'm kinda new at Ubuntu too.  :S10:29
zaxonspoxPsychoX75, install package ntfs-tools? utils? it was having GUI10:29
Tixosim not new to ubuntu...10:29
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PsychoX75Jrib: ah.. tx...10:29
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PsychoX75Tixos; oh sorry then. Well.... I am.10:29
jrib!fstab | PsychoX7510:29
ubottuPsychoX75: The /etc/fstab file indicates how drive partitions are to be used or otherwise integrated into the file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fstab and http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html and !Partitions10:29
Tixosthen why input10:29
ChheapshotPsychoX75: sudo gedit /etc/fstab10:29
Tixoshi Chheapshot10:29
Tixos:)10:30
ChheapshotTixos: Hi10:30
Tixosi sorted my ATI driver issue, i installed 11.5 instead and it was ok10:30
Tixosbut, someone recommended 11.4 because of a bug in 11.5, so i removed from software manager, now i get a blackscreen when i login to my encrypted filesystem10:30
ChheapshotTixos: nice :D. 11.10 is released soon though10:31
Tixosyea 11.9 was a disaster i hear10:31
SyriaCompiz stopped working after using this command! metacity --replace how can i fix this?10:32
Tixosthe software i am running on my GPU, i was recommended 11.4 still by the developer, anyways, how can i reset config for xorg or whatever, so i can boot PC again? lol10:32
ChheapshotTixos: U get black screen when prompting for the password for the encryption?10:32
Tixosthat screen is displayed fine, but when i hit enter the display dies10:32
Tixosie, when it loads xorg?10:33
Tixosxserver*10:33
zaxonspoxSyria get compiz fusion-icon, run, and select Reload Window Manager10:34
ChheapshotTixos: dont think there is xorg.conf anymore. atleast not by default10:35
PsychoX75using the GUI, i am able to mount the HDD. Is there any way of 'peeping' what the "/dev/hda" device may be?10:36
Tixoshmm, i dont know what else could have gone wrong? the display should work by default10:36
Chheapshotcheck if u have xorg.conf.bak at /etc/X11/10:36
somsipPsychoX75: sudo fdisk -l10:37
TixosChheapshot: i need a liveCD to do any work right? because of mcrypt?10:37
PsychoX75ah10:38
ChheapshotTixos: cant u login in recovery mode ?10:38
Chheapshotfrom grub10:38
Tixosi dont get any option for recovery, i have no GRUB prompt10:38
ChheapshotTixos: press esc after bios has loaded10:39
Tixosthanks, ill give it a whirl10:39
Tixosback in 1010:39
farrukhjonHi all, please help me with the license (GPL or LGPL) of Ubuntu+A+M+P :)10:40
Name141is there any way to tell which bit you have on a disk? I forgot to label 10.0.2 as "32 or 64" .10:40
Name141on the CD10:40
bazhangfarrukhjon, lamp? what is +A+M+P10:40
farrukhjonbazhang: yes LAMP10:41
hellofooPsychoX75: hi10:41
bazhangfarrukhjon, and what is your exact question? #gpl seems to exist10:41
PsychoX75hi hellofoo10:41
Name141Also, how much longer does 10.04 have anyway?10:41
hellofooPsychoX75: PM ?10:41
Name141about 2 years?10:41
PsychoX75oh sure10:42
StevenRName141: at least10:42
Name141sweet.  It'll make it to the alien take over next year then.10:42
farrukhjonbazhang: Can I use this product (LAMP) in my server and my website deals with commercial content (commercial app-s services) without any problem with the producer payments to vendors (canonical. oracle etc)10:43
StevenRfarrukhjon: can you be more precise?10:43
MarkGreenwoodHello ! :-)10:44
StevenRfarrukhjon: the website sells.... software and services?10:44
farrukhjonStevenR:  Yes, that such a situation, if I want to distribute my software in boxes with mysql (for example), I must obtain a commercial license, but if you give via the web, how to be ?10:46
zaxonspoxfarrukhjon, if its free you can use LAMP, if you will get cash from customers, you will need license at least for MySQL10:46
farrukhjonzaxonspox:  even if it is a web - application?10:47
StevenRfarrukhjon: where does it say that you need a commercial license to use mysql to sell software? Or do you mean distributing mysql for commercial gain?10:48
zaxonspoxfarrukhjon,  webapp is like local app - its and program with license10:48
Sidewinder1PsychoX75, I know you asked a while ago, but use gksudo to run gui apps. rather than sudo, if you need root priv.s.10:48
MarkGreenwoodHey guys, I have a quick question... With the release of GNOME 3.2 came the quick preview option for image/video/whatever files and it hasn't been packaed in Ubuntu 11.10 yet. I was wondering since it's the hard freeze, will it ever be implemented ?10:49
farrukhjonStevenR: mysql distribution with my application that uses mysql10:49
Name141the i686 versions are the 32bit right?10:51
MarkGreenwoodAnyone, anyone ?10:51
StevenRName141: yes, afaik.10:51
dr_willisName141:  yes10:51
Name141ah. Alright.  I installed it on a virtual machine since I didn't label it on the CD10:52
StevenRfarrukhjon: ok. can you be more precise (very very precise) about what you want to do?10:52
ChheapshotName141: why do u use 10.0.2 install disc?10:52
shubham_rathi!bot10:53
ubottuHi! 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/Bots10:53
dr_willisyou mean 10.04.2 ?10:53
MarkGreenwoodOh god, sorry, I didn't I had to ask questions about Oneiric in #ubuntu+110:53
Chheapshotthat would make more sense10:54
Name141dr_willis: yeah, 10.04.210:55
Name141I'm not sure why there is a 10.04.3 already. There's only about 200 MBs of updates.10:55
Name141Chheapshot: Cause I want the LTS to replace XP tomorrow.10:56
Name141when I bother with replacing it.10:56
ChheapshotName141: Yeah just was wondering why not use the 10.04.3 :D10:56
Sidewinder1Name141, I prefer LTS, as well.10:56
dr_willisnever noticed there was a 10.04.310:57
Name141Sidewinder1: I just wanted a more up to date OS, since the other one is the 'gaming machine' now.  , Chheapshot: cause it's 600+ MBs and It's almost 6 AM (when my unlimited hours stop)10:57
farrukhjonStevenR: I create a project to automate the school, and my project is working on LAMP from this maybe I'll get fees and commissions. Do I need to get with the vendors of these products commercial licenses.10:58
dr_willisevery 6 mo ro so they do a point release perhaps?10:58
* Name141 sighs as hughesnet FAP10:58
StevenRfarrukhjon: depends what software you're including, and how precisely you include it. Lets say you include some GPL code. You can charge money for doing so. But you need to obey the rest of the license too, and include the source (or provide access to it)11:00
Sidewinder1farrukhjon, I know that there is some FOSS that includes mysql, so I doubt that you should have any concern; that being said, I'm certainly not an attorney, nor do I play one on TV. :D11:02
Uatecumm11:03
Uatechi11:03
nmvictori get this error when trying to install samba4 : samba.provision.InvalidNetbiosName: The name ''MOINS-ASPIRE-5734Z'' is not a valid NetBIOS name. why is this the case?11:05
Uatecthe machine namei s too long11:05
Uateci think the limit is 15 chars11:05
StevenRfarrukhjon: also, beware of any linking rights. You're gonna have to list the software you're going to include, find out it's license, and then once you have a list of licenses, work out how to comply with those. Like if you link commercial software against the QT toolkit, you need a commercial license from Trolltech.11:05
nmvictorUatec: what should i do?11:05
Uatecnmvictor, change the hostname of your machine to something shorter11:05
Uatecand try again11:05
Uateci believe the 'host' command will let you do that11:06
Uatecbut it's not permanent i don't think11:06
Uatecanybody else know?11:06
nmvictoris it safe to edit /etc/hostname or is their a way that wont break my configs?11:06
farrukhjonMy clients are schools and parents of schoolboys who pay me for what I give them a platform (site) from which they receive information about their children, and they agreed to pay for it, the question is: is it commerce, and if it is commercial whether I should share with canonocal or oracle?11:06
nmvictorUatec: see my message above please11:06
MarkGreenwoodHi11:07
StevenRfarrukhjon: so... you're providing a web service... do they recieve a copy of the software? do they just receive an account to view information through the site you've provided?11:07
zaxonspoxfarrukhjon, yes, it is commerce, cant you use mSQL ie?11:08
Chheapshotnmvictor: edit /etc/hostname11:08
Chheapshotfor permanent chance11:08
farrukhjonzaxonspox:  use as database server11:10
MichealH nyuszika7h11:10
MichealHWhoops11:10
MichealHWrong Window11:10
farrukhjonStevenR: they do not receive a copy of something, they just use of servies of commercial site11:11
StevenRfarrukhjon: in that case, I don't think you need to pay any license fees.11:11
oCeanfarrukhjon: it seems you're getting more offtopic here.11:12
StevenRfarrukhjon: I'd check the license for MySQL though. apache, and the most of ubuntu should be fine (GPL and LGPL software is fine for your use-case)11:12
Uatecfarrukhjon, where are you from?11:12
StevenRfarrukhjon: /j #gpl11:13
bazhangUatec, why does that matter11:13
StevenRbah11:13
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StevenRfarrukhjon: #gnu is a decent place for licensing Qs too.11:13
Uatecnot really, just interested in the name11:13
nyuszika7hMichealH: yee?11:14
nyuszika7hyes?*11:14
nyuszika7hoh11:14
farrukhjonUatec: afganistan11:14
farrukhjon:)11:14
Sidewinder1farrukhjon, I agree with StevenR Not only that, if a huge corp. thinks that you have minutely crossed the line, into a gray area, their usual response is a "Cease and Desist Order." I would, therefore, say Go For It!11:14
Uatecfarrukhjon, ah, i thought it would be somewhere around there11:15
Uatecthere or iran11:15
pamwe_cheteis it possible to play need for speed on ubuntu? should i install wine or something else11:15
pamwe_chete?11:15
Uatecpamwe_chete, i suggest you give it a try11:15
pamwe_cheteUatec: dankie, but i'd rather wait a few minutes to see if someone has done it already, and if they have any advice11:16
farrukhjonUatec: what is pamwe_chete11:16
Chheapshotpamwe_chete: wich one of them are u trying?11:16
Uatecwhich version of need for speed?11:16
Uatecfarrukhjon, it's a person :)11:16
auronandacepamwe_chete: it would be better to ask in #winehq11:16
oCeanfarrukhjon: Uatec, please take social chat to #ubuntu-offtopic11:16
bazhang!appdb | pamwe_chete11:17
ubottupamwe_chete: The Wine Application DB is a database of applications and help for !Windows programs that run under !WINE: http://appdb.winehq.org - Join #winehq for application help11:17
pamwe_chetepamewe chete means "together forward" it was the name of the rhodesian special forces during the rhodesian bush war11:17
Uatecinteresting11:17
farrukhjonUatec:  what's on11:18
ZyX-IHello. Can somebody say why wifi is disconnecting after successfull handshake? I am using WPA2-PSK and Ubuntu-10.10, connecting using standart software (GNOME network manager?).11:18
bazhang!ot | farrukhjon Uatec11:18
ubottufarrukhjon Uatec: #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!11:18
farrukhjonubottu: I about on ubuntu including11:20
ubottufarrukhjon: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)11:20
ZyX-IIn the hostapd log it appears as http://paste.pocoo.org/show/485512/11:20
bazhangfarrukhjon, no you are not. please stop chatting here11:20
* Uatec wonders about the definition of IRC11:20
oCean!guidelines > Uatec11:21
ubottuUatec, please see my private message11:21
ZyX-IBut if I change the password so that it won't match password from /etc/hostapd/hostapd.wpa_psk it will show the following: http://paste.pocoo.org/show/485514/11:21
hautevilleanyone here with 11.10?-) i might be stupid, but i can't find a dialog to change fonts anywhere (also asked on +1..)11:21
oCeanhauteville: Oneiric/11.10 is not yet released (still beta). Please join #ubuntu+1 for further support and discussion11:22
bazhanghauteville, #ubuntu+1 please11:22
farrukhjonbazhang: I asked about specific issues LAMP11:22
RP64Hi I'm wanting to get ubuntu 10.10 because I've heard it's better than 10.04, and 11.04 just doesn't work for me because it doesnt detect my nvidia drivers and ive tried all possible workarounds for 2 days straight11:24
RP64however when im on the ubuntu website it only provides 10.04 and 11.04 so is there no way to get 10.10 ?11:25
RP64anyone know about this? ?11:25
auronandace!10.10 | RP6411:25
ubottuRP64: Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) was the thirteenth release of Ubuntu. Download http://releases.ubuntu.com/10.10/ - Release Info: http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/releasenotes/101011:25
RP64auronandace:  wow thanks so much, i didn't know they kept all the releases online , how did you know to find that link do they not list it and you are just supposed to know that?11:26
auronandaceRP64: they encourage using either the latest release or the latest LTS11:26
RP64auronandace:  hey by the way, I have a intel centrino 2 processor but it's 64 bit, and it's saying to use 32 bit release for intel processors, but 64bit for AMD, but I'm not using AMD what should I make of this?11:27
Sidewinder1RP64, I'm assuming you enabled Restricted Drivers? As nvidia seems to support linux much better than, for instance ATI.11:28
auronandaceRP64: amd64 is for all 64bit processor (whether intel or amd)11:28
RP64Sidewinder1:  don't even get started, lol... i seriously spent 9 hours 2 days ago discussing and testing workarounsd with a liveCD boot and entering codes, NOTHING works even things that are supposed to11:28
RP64sidewinder1: it just goes to black screen on login, no offense tho thx for trying11:29
lariehow to partprobe/kpartx all extended partitions on loop?  http://dpaste.com/624857/11:29
auronandaceRP64: amd64 just happens to be the name of the 64 bit arch: x86_6411:29
lariei have only three primary and one extended11:29
lariebut i need all extended11:29
RP64auronandace:  Oh thanks i didn't know that, so i should still download the 64 bit , OK thx alot11:29
dr_willisRP64:  what is saying use  32 for intel? Intel 64bit cpus are using the amd 64 bit extensions...11:29
dr_willisRP64:  most of the time 32bit is reccomended. because it shoud work reguardless of what you have.11:29
ChheapshotRP64: have u tried 11.10?11:29
auronandaceRP64: no worries :)11:30
RP64Chheapshot: no i don't want to try a test version its not my thing to do that i mean i need some reliability11:30
RP64chheapshot: and im not good enough to rely on entering lots of code to fix things lol11:30
dr_willisI did find the 11.10 beta worked better for my amd and nvidia systems. :)  Which is a good sign for the future releases.11:30
ChheapshotRP64: U could atleast test the livecd of it? It releases soon anyway11:30
Sidewinder1RP64, Yes, and I apologize, I assumed that you tried that but you'd be surprised how many times something simple like that solves the problem. When it doesn't, you're right, it can be extremely frustrating.11:30
auronandaceChheapshot: in that case it is better to wait till release11:31
RP64chheapshot: i guess i could but i again just dont like testing out betas i mean i just dont see any reason to when stable ones are out11:31
grobda24where is the behaviour of the new scrollbar documented ?11:31
Jordan_Ularie: Please explain your end goal. One of those is actually a partition within a partition, which is almost certainly not what you intended.11:31
RP64sidewinder1: yea no problem you had no way to know what id tried or not lol11:32
larieJordan_U: i want to mount every partition from the image11:32
Jordan_Ularie: And I don't mean in the normal sense of logical partitions within extended. It's a primary partition containing a partition table and another primary partition.11:32
larieJordan_U: what?11:32
Sidewinder1RP64, Well, you did give me a clue with the "9 hours..." :D11:32
Jordan_Ularie: That is how I interpret "loop0p4p1".11:33
auronandaceJordan_U: the partition table is always at the beginning of a disk11:33
larieJordan_U: so i want loop0p4p2 and loop0p4p3 too11:33
Jordan_Uauronandace: You can have nested partition tables, it's just not a sane configuration.11:34
larieJordan_U: i do not have nested pt11:34
auronandaceJordan_U: oh, thanks for the info11:34
Jordan_Uauronandace: You're welcome.11:34
larieJordan_U: look at my paste there is sfdisk dump11:34
Jordan_Ularie: Can you pastebin the output of "sfdisk -d /dev/loop0p4" to confirm?11:35
larieJordan_U: paste from my first message http://dpaste.com/624857/11:36
Jordan_Ularie: That doesn't contain the output of "sudo sfdisk -d /dev/loop0p4".11:37
larieJordan_U: sorry, studio ima # LANG=C sfdisk -d /dev/mapper/loop0p4 2>&1 > http://paste.pocoo.org/show/485528/11:37
edwardpatchhelp i have vlc player and it wont play movies of dvds11:39
Gentoo64think you need dvd css11:39
larieJordan_U: i have deleted all mappings from /dev/loop011:39
larieJordan_U: so how to map properly? :p11:39
edwardpatchgentoo64: whats that11:39
larieall that extended stuff..11:39
edwardpatchi can open dvd  but wont play11:40
Gentoo64edwardpatch, try installing libdvdcss11:40
edwardpatchi did11:40
Gentoo64might be libdvdcss211:40
Sidewinder1edwardpatch, Just my personal preferrence but I prefer Totem over vlc; you might try it and see..11:40
edwardpatchtotem11:41
edwardpatch??11:41
Sidewinder1edwardpatch, And what Gentoo64 said.11:41
asdjaputra3totem, ubuntu's default movie player11:41
edwardpatchthats movie player11:41
asdjaputra3yes11:41
Sidewinder1Yes.11:41
edwardpatchthat wont work11:41
asdjaputra3sure you need the dvd css, tried the command yet?11:41
edwardpatchwhat command11:42
larieJordan_U: sfdisk -l -x /dev/loop0 > http://paste.pocoo.org/show/485531/11:42
Sidewinder1edwardpatch, Then please follow Gentoo64 's instructions.11:42
edwardpatchwhats the command11:42
edwardpatchok11:42
chrooten , i have a problem .11:42
edwardpatch Gentoo64 has quit (Quit: Gentoo64) cant now :(11:42
asdjaputra3uh11:42
asdjaputra3sudo apt-get install libdvdcss211:43
edwardpatchok11:43
Sidewinder1edwardpatch, Open Synaptic and install libdvdcss2.11:43
edwardpatchok11:43
Sidewinder1Or that.11:43
edwardpatchi will do terminal11:43
edwardpatchthing11:43
Sidewinder1Fair enough.11:43
edwardpatch sudo apt-get install libdvdcss211:44
edwardpatchw811:44
chroothi , i can 't mount my mp4 on ubuntu ?11:44
edwardpatchReading package lists... Done11:44
edwardpatchBuilding dependency tree11:44
edwardpatchReading state information... Done11:44
edwardpatchPackage libdvdcss2 is not available, but is referred to by another package.11:44
edwardpatchThis may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or11:44
edwardpatchis only available from another source11:44
FloodBot1edwardpatch: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.11:44
auronandace!codecs | chroot11:45
ubottuchroot: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/musicvideophotos/C/video.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats11:45
turuuhi all11:46
oCeanedwardpatch: please use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste output etc11:46
Sidewinder1asdjaputra3, That brings up a question from me. When one installs via apt-get, that software will show up in Synaptic, correct? I'm under the impression that Synaptic is simply a GUI front-end for apt-get.11:46
auronandaceSidewinder1: yes11:47
l3buive just installed ubuntu server, setup my static ip..... now ive got it connected to the switch but i still cant ping it on my windows system.....11:47
edwardpatchwhat now11:47
Sidewinder1auronandace, Thanx.11:47
auronandacenp11:47
Chheapshotedwardpatch: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/PlayingDVDs11:47
Tonypwhelo All11:47
asdjaputra3Sidewinder1: it is, but it's displaying every details a package have, and possibly the package it's referring to11:48
edwardpatchhow do i get the red writing11:48
asdjaputra3red writing of..11:48
chrootsorry ,  i just want to use command " mount " to mount my disks to ubuntu , and it does't work .what is going on11:48
Sidewinder1asdjaputra3, Dependencies, and what-not..11:48
auronandaceedwardpatch: that is highlighting in the irc client when someone uses your nick11:48
Sidewinder1!who | edwardpatch11:49
ubottuedwardpatch: 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 :)11:49
edwardpatchok11:49
edwardpatch!tab11:49
ubottuYou can use your <tab> key for autocompletion of nicknames in IRC, as well as for completion of filenames and programs on the command line.11:49
Sidewinder1:D11:49
asdjaputra3Sidewinder1: yes, i like to run apt-cache search though11:49
edwardpatch<tab> Sidewinder111:49
l3buive just installed ubuntu server, setup my static ip..... now ive got it connected to the switch but i still cant ping it on my windows system..... is there any other settings i need to change?11:49
chroot?11:50
edwardpatchwont work11:50
Chheapshotif u type chh and press tab it will autocmoplete it11:50
l3bui read the howto on static ip....11:50
Sidewinder1asdjaputra3, I'm lazy and my typing sucks (as if no-one has noticed) so I GUI whenever I can. :_)11:50
raven"aureon 7.1 USB" + 11.04 - how to get SPDIF/Toslink activated?11:51
dr_willisl3bu:  can it ping  the windows machines?11:51
l3budr_willis: no :(11:51
demirulezhi all, i have a problem regarding the installazion of Ubuntu 11.04 64 bit on a RAID 0 system composed of 2 HDDs (640 GB each one), when i boot Ubuntu in live ad run the installer, GParted successfully recognise the RAID 0 profile (in my case: isw_ddihidedfh_CAVIAR), the installation completes correctly and so the bootloader seems installed, but when i reboot and select Ubuntu 11.04 in grub, it doesen't start, it spawn a11:51
dr_willisl3bu:  can it ping the router?11:51
l3budr_willis: 1 sec just gotta change monitor cable again ill be back in a sec11:52
asdjaputra3Sidewinder1: nice, but you won't be long before facing a terminal session again11:52
raven"aureon 7.1 USB" + 11.04 - how to get SPDIF/Toslink activated?11:53
demirulezmy doubt is regarding the installation of the bootloader in dev/dm-0 or in /dev/mapper/isw_ddihidedfh_CAVIAR during the partitioning in the installer...11:53
greysterjust testing11:54
Sidewinder1asdjaputra3, I know what you mean; I've been forced to 'terminal' many times but I still prefer GUI when available. If there was only a way to GUI compile :D.11:54
chroothelp?11:54
asdjaputra3Ggcc? O.O11:54
asdjaputra3!ask ?11:55
ubottuasdjaputra3: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)11:55
greysterquit11:55
chrooti can't mount revomebal disk on ubuntu11:55
chrooti use ubuntu 11.0411:55
chrooti mean mount in terminal11:55
asdjaputra3go check the partition of that disk and sudo mount < <-- > /mnt/<name of drive>11:55
chrootfirst , i type sudo fdisk -l11:56
D_Russanyone else not able to grab a maximized window from the title bar after minimizing and maximizing a couple of times?11:56
asdjaputra3chroot: for example my Debian partition is in /dev/sda3, and i have a folder /mnt/Debian, so i'll simply sudo mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/Debian11:56
asdjaputra3yes11:56
demirulezany suggestions please about the installation in a RAID environment?11:56
chroot and there is nothing other than sda11:56
D_Russasdjaputra3, you answering me or something else?11:57
asdjaputra3chroot: sudo fdisk -l /dev/sdb11:57
asdjaputra3D_Russ: someone else11:57
D_Russok11:57
chrooti know that , but the sys says : device not accept address18 ...11:57
asdjaputra3the sudo fdisk -l11:57
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asdjaputra3tried modprobing it?11:57
raven"aureon 7.1 USB" + 11.04 - how to get SPDIF/Toslink activated?11:58
chrootasdjaputra3, modprobing , what that exactly mean ?11:58
D_Russam i the only one seeing this bug in 11.04?11:58
l3budr_willis: its saying network is unreachable11:58
asdjaputra3D_Russ: and you can always file it11:58
D_Russnot sure its a bug or an error on my part11:59
D_Russmight be a setting ive screwed up11:59
Chheapshotl3bu: u cant even ping the switch from the server?12:00
dr_willisl3bu:  sounds like a network config issue to  me. You could try making it use dhcp for once, and  just set the router to always give that machine the same ip# :) thats what i do on my lan now a days12:00
asdjaputra3D_Russ: launchpad.net12:00
D_Russthanks12:00
demirulezi have a problem regarding the installazion of Ubuntu 11.04 64 bit on a RAID 0 system composed of 2 HDDs (640 GB each one), when i boot Ubuntu in live ad run the installer, GParted successfully recognise the12:01
demirulez RAID 0 profile (in my case: isw_ddihidedfh_CAVIR), the installation completes correctly and so the bootloader seems installed, but when i reboot and select Ubuntu 11.04 in grub, it doesen't  start, it spawn a shell  (BusyBox if i am correct) but can't get into the os. Windows 7 is booting without problem, i have installed it on a SSD drive apart from the RAID, any suggestions please?12:01
raven"aureon 7.1 USB" + 11.04 - how to get SPDIF/Toslink activated?12:01
l3budr_willis: well im using a switch so i need to set the ip up, cause its not a router, its just a modem :/12:01
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Chheapshotl3bu: u might have some network settings wrong. gateway address maybe?12:02
chrootit dose't works12:03
afief_How do I connect to lan from CLI?12:05
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raven"aureon 7.1 USB" + 11.04 - how to get SPDIF/Toslink activated?12:05
chroothi , everyone ,  i use ubuntu server , and i can't mount my disks on it , because , there is no disk detected at all , what is the reason , how should i do?12:05
silentpapacheck the connection first12:06
chrootyes , it use usb to connect12:06
jrljwmay i know how can i download wine?12:06
afief__How can I connect to lan through cli?12:07
siviksudo apt-get install wine12:07
raven"aureon 7.1 USB" + 11.04 - how to get SPDIF/Toslink activated?12:07
sivik!wine12:07
ubottuWINE 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 Ubuntu12:07
asdjaputra3chroot: did you tried modprobe..12:07
l3buChheapshot: i network restart now its saying cant bring up the device heh12:07
jrljwyeah,. but it just wont happen.12:07
sivikjrljw > !wine12:07
sivikWhat error are you getting jrljw/12:07
chrootasdjaputra3, modpro , is for what ?12:07
jrljwmy version is 8.10. i havnt been updating.12:07
sivikjrljw, have you tried installing it manually?12:07
asdjaputra3chroot: to make linux understands what kind of device you plugged in12:07
asdjaputra3module probe12:07
jrljwyes i did a few times.12:07
sivikjrljw whats the issue?12:08
varikonniemihello. can i set my chrome browser to report being on windows in linux? this site doen not let me download if i am not on windows12:08
sivikjrljw, what error are you getting?12:08
chrootok , and how12:08
jrljwwine just cant get installed12:08
asdjaputra3varikonniemi: you can use user agent switcher in Firefox12:08
asdjaputra3chroot lsusb12:08
sivikjrljw, what error?12:08
varikonniemiff does not work12:08
asdjaputra3chroot: and see if your device is there when you plug it in12:08
jrljwoh... okay i shall try. thank you guys.12:08
asdjaputra3varikonniemi: set the user agent and restart it12:08
chrootyou mean that i need to type the command12:08
asdjaputra3chroot: yes, lsusb12:09
Chheapshotl3bu: sounds like u got a long weekend ahead :D Hate it when that happens.12:09
XanoUbuntu seems to need me to unlock my keychain before I can login to that machine through SSH. How do I disable this?12:09
asdjaputra3chroot: it's an MP4 player, right?12:09
jrljwlibopenal1 cant get installed.12:09
chrootyes12:09
chrootBus 002 Device 004: ID 0bda:0158 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. USB 2.0 multicard reader12:09
chrootthis is what i get , partly12:10
jrljwit says it is not installable12:10
afief__My installation broke due to apt removing fglrx, now I can't get into my DE. Could someone tell me how to connect to lan/wan through CLI?12:10
sivikjrljw, can you pastebin.com the error?12:10
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chrootasdjaputra3, it is a mp4  player  with 4 G mem12:11
jrljwi think i should just stick to my windows.12:11
jrljw:P12:11
asdjaputra3chroot: ok so `sudo modprobe usbserial vendor=0x0bda product=0x0158'12:11
chrootok12:12
hoodooshello, guys!12:12
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sivikjrljw, you are not providing enough information for us to help you and have you considered upgrading to 10.04 or 11.04?12:12
sivikjrljw, you just keep saying it won't install but then not provide any errors12:12
hoodoosi have a problem with core i3 processor when it works fine in live cd in switchable mode(i have 2 video cards) and doesn't work right after install, system always go to black screen :((12:12
asdjaputra3sivik (07:09:41 PM) jrljw: libopenal1 cant get installed.12:12
sivikasdjaputra3, thx12:13
hoodoosubuntu version is 11.0412:13
sivikjrljw, have you tried to install openal from the repos?12:13
jrljwyup12:13
sivikhoodoos, thats going to be a video problem not a processor problem12:13
sivikjrljw, did you install the dev for it?12:13
jrljwyes. i did.12:13
sivikjrljw, then you are still probably missing part of it12:13
hoodoossivik, i already installed kernel 3.0 it didn't help, what can I do? why it works in live cd and doesn't after install?12:13
sivikhoodoos, try using vesa drivers in the xorg.conf until you get your video drivers installed.12:14
jrljwim trying to update to the latest ubuntu.12:14
sivikI have the same problem with my ati card12:14
sivikjrljw, you probably cannot upgrade straight to the latest ubuntu, you might need to reload using the newest ubuntu12:14
Chheapshotvarikonniemi: Try changing the user-agent from chrome12:14
jrljwoh.. okay. i try12:14
asdjaputra3Chheapshot: and tell him how, please? :-D12:14
sivikhoodoos, have you changed to using vesa in xorg.conf and then load the video drives?  What kind of drivers do you have?12:15
sivikI mean video cards12:15
hoodoossivik, i wonder where can I get drivers for graphics intergrated in core i312:15
varikonniemiChheapshot, i am trying to figure out how atm12:15
sivikhoodoos: check this url http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Processors&ProductLine=Notebook&ProductProduct=Intel%c2%ae+Core%e2%84%a2+i3+Mobile+Processor12:15
jrljwubuntu11.4 is downloading at a snail speedxD\12:15
sivikjrljw, try a different ftp location12:15
chrootasdjaputra3, ok , i get nothing from terminal. is that ok?12:16
jrljwcan i just search for the most suitable one?12:16
hoodoossivik, i'm currently working on damn crappy descrete nvidia card12:16
asdjaputra3chroot: yes, and is it detecting it yet?12:16
auronandace!torrents | jrljw12:16
ubottujrljw: Natty can be torrented from http://torrent.ubuntu.com/simple/natty/desktop/ubuntu-11.04-desktop-i386.iso.torrent or http://torrent.ubuntu.com/simple/natty/server/ubuntu-11.04-server-amd64.iso.torrent depending on your architecture. Other flavors can be found at http://torrent.ubuntu.com/12:16
PsychoX75kinda need to translating this to FSTAB file12:16
Chheapshotvarikonniemi: could this be what you are looking http://buildall.wordpress.com/2011/05/24/changing-google-chrome-user-agent-string-in-ubuntu-11-04/12:16
chrootand then  use mount command will working ?12:16
asdjaputra3chroot: check with fdisk -l12:16
sivikhoodoos, have you checked that url I provided?12:17
hoodoossivik, seems like I need to patch kernel to install those firmware?12:17
asdjaputra3chroot: i don't know, but it should've work12:17
chrootchecking12:17
sivikhoodoos, I am not sure that is just something I am reading about.  I don't use intel12:17
sivikhoodoos try this http://intellinuxgraphics.org/documentation.html12:17
PsychoX75I peeped with "mount" command how a disk was mounted through GUI. And found out the following: /dev/sdb1 on /media/DaBoss type fuseblk (rw,nosuid,nodev,allow other,blksize=4096,default_permissions)12:17
PsychoX75I'm trying to translate it to a line to write in FSTAB.12:18
sivikhoodoos, I just keep finding results on google and then reading to see if they are useful.12:18
Sidewinder1PsychoX75, Have you typed, in terminal 'man fstab', without "'"?12:18
sivikhoodoos, have you just tried the intel video drivers from the repositories?12:18
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chrootasdjaputra3,  no , the revomebal disk didn't show up12:19
sivikhoodoos: The i915 kernel module comes as part of the intel driver (inside the xorg-x11-driver-video rpm)12:19
PsychoX75Sidewinder: well not yet.12:20
asdjaputra3hm12:20
Chheapshotvarikonniemi: and for the user-agent maybe try this: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1) AppleWebKit/535.2 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/15.0.872.0 Safari/535.212:20
Sidewinder1PsychoX75, This is an external HD, correct?12:20
PsychoX75Sidewinder: not really. It is based on a Raid system though12:20
sivikdr_willis, you around?12:21
PsychoX75So the OS will see him a bit 'funny'.12:21
Sidewinder1PsychoX75, NTFS or ext3/ext4?12:21
PsychoX75NTFS12:21
Sidewinder1PsychoX75, Regardless of file-system, it should show up in "Places", just click on it and it should mount.12:22
varikonniemiChheapshot, ok thanks12:22
Chheapshotvarikonniemi: altought if its only one download or site u need it for, u could just go to the site trhough a proxy wich removes useragent12:22
hoodoossivik, well, what ever i try to install from repos (when i do apt-cache search intel) tells me i already have this installed :)12:23
PsychoX75Sidewinder: yeah. The thing is. I want to put it in FSTAB because i need to share the HDD upon starting. And i need to map some programs to folders on it. And right now, each time Ubuntu reboots, it wont load the drive, meaning the programs wont work either.12:23
hoodoossivik, maybe I should dig in some other direction, like compare my curreny config with live cd config?12:24
hoodoosif only I knew what to compare..12:24
Sidewinder1PsychoX75, If you're trying to Auto-mount, perhaps you could try mounting the drive manually; then in terminal type sudo update -grub. That might work, but I'm not absolutely certain, it's worth a try.12:25
PsychoX75<--- a bit new.12:25
PsychoX75what is grub?12:25
PsychoX75"sudo update -grub"12:26
PsychoX75does it 'save' the current mounts?12:26
chroothey , when will ubuntu 11.10 release12:26
PsychoX75is that how is should understand it?12:26
asdjaputra313 october12:26
asdjaputra313 huh, not a nice number in europe culture12:27
asdjaputra3western*12:27
Fen-can someone tell me what package has  glib2 and glib2 development files12:27
jrljw_HA. especially when it is on a friday12:27
PsychoX75i'm actually logged in as ROOT under Ubuntu for now.12:27
PsychoX75should i still use 'sudo'? or just type 'update -grub' ?12:27
Sidewinder1asdjaputra3, Could you, perhaps help PsychoX75 , I tried but am not certain of my advice?12:27
asdjaputra3Sidewinder1: huh?12:28
Sidewinder1^12:28
PsychoX75asdjaputra: msg?12:28
PsychoX75I peeped with "mount" command how a disk was mounted through GUI. And found out the following: /dev/sdb1 on /media/DaBoss type fuseblk (rw,nosuid,nodev,allow other,blksize=4096,default_permissions)12:28
Sidewinder1asdjaputra3, He/she's trying to automount an external NTFS HD.12:29
PsychoX75I'm editing the FSTAB file to auto-mount that hard drive upon starting.12:29
user82does anyone know where firefox seaches for addons. i added the libflashplayer.so once and forgot where the fodler was..12:29
Sidewinder1user82, Why not just click on "add-ons", and click "search for updates"?12:30
asdjaputra3PsychoX75: no problem12:30
user82ha..found it! about:config and about:plugins wirked12:30
Sidewinder1:D12:30
hoodoosanybody know a good repo with fresh intel drivers for 11.04?12:33
l3buive just installed ubuntu server... and ive setup static ip but im getting a message when i restart my network failed to bring up virbr0 which is my network adapater...12:35
Sidewinder1hoodoos, I would suspect that the default repos that come with 11.04 would be the best ones, for that version.12:35
l3bui can ping my ip i set tho so thats 1 step closer heh12:35
hoodoosSidewinder1, well, my problem is that livecd works but installed won't (12:36
hoodoosSidewinder1, i have no idea how to debug why it goes black screen after installation and works fine in live cd12:36
chroothi ,  everytime i update my system , there is more file in /boot dir , can somebody explain ,why?12:37
hoodoostrying this one ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa12:37
freedom07chroot, kernal updates?12:37
Sidewinder1hoodoos, Difficult to do from black screen but it sounds like a "Restricted Drivers" issue; it's a stumper that Live CD is OK, bit not the install.12:38
chrootfreedom07, update-managet and sudo apt-get upgrade12:38
Sidewinder1but, even.12:38
han_hi, im trying to change the device that grub is installed on. cant find anything online. does anyone know how to do this?12:40
Sidewinder1han_, Please be a little more specific.12:40
chrootfreedom07, i think so , it is kernal updates12:41
Sidewinder1han_, Perhaps sudo update -grub might work.12:41
chroothi, Sidewinder1 , can you told me the reason?12:42
hoodoosSidewinder1, installed some stuff from that egde repo, let's see if it helps :)12:42
Sidewinder1chroot, The reason for what?12:42
han_sidewinder1, i have 3 hdds, but my asus bios lets me boot only from one of them..in the ubuntu installation i installed grub on sda1 but i can only boot from sdb..so when i boot my pc, i have to pick sda1 manually. that's why i want to reinstall grub on sda1 so that grub loads automatically12:42
chrootwhen i update my sys , there are more files in /boot dir12:43
chroothan_, is your machine old?12:44
l3buive just installed ubuntu server... and ive setup static ip but im getting a message when i restart my network failed to bring up virbr0 which is my network adapater...12:44
han_chroot, not really..core2duo 955012:44
Seveasl3bu, virbr0 sounds like kvm, not a real network adapter12:44
l3buo12:44
chrootintel12:44
chrootcpu12:44
han_chroot, + ASUS p5q deluxe..12:45
han_yup12:45
Sidewinder1han_, Grub is most definitely not my specialty; but you might try reinstalling to sdb1 or 2 or whatever; after backing everything up, of course.12:45
han_Sidewinder1, yea that's plan b..i actually hoped there was a solution that wouldn't involve reinstalling ubuntu12:46
Sidewinder1han_, There probably is; it's just that I am not certain the exact way... sorry.. :-(12:47
chroothan_, i got a way , if you install  ubuntu  server , it will let you chose which place you want to install grub , maybe , it will works12:47
ikoniayou don't need to re-isntall or use server12:48
ikoniathe desktop installer allows you to select where to install grub12:48
chrootikonia, how12:48
Sidewinder1ikonia, Many thanks!12:48
chrootwitch step of the way12:48
ikoniawhat ?12:48
chrootikonia, i mean when you install ubuntu , when the installer let you chose ?12:49
ikoniachroot: it asks you to accept the default or change it12:49
ikoniabut you still don't need to re-install12:50
ikoniajust re-install grub from either your running machine, or from a livecd session12:50
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han_i will try12:50
han_thx12:50
dr-leehi12:51
Sidewinder1ikonia, That's why I thanked you; I knew you'd know the proper procedure to accomplish, as I wasn't 100% sure. :D12:51
chrootikonia, but when i install ubuntu desktop , it did't ask me ?12:52
chrootis it a text install12:53
chroot?12:53
chrootbut when i install server , it is appears,12:53
ikoniaunless this option has magically been removed in 11.0412:53
ikoniachroot: no12:53
chrooti use ubuntu 11.0412:54
chrootwhat is yours12:54
glebihanikonia, chroot : as a matter of fact, I think the option has been removed from the installer in natty12:54
ikoniaglebihan: really, had sad and dissapointing12:54
ikoniastill doesn't mean you need to re-install, just re-apply grub from your current install12:54
c933103Anyone know could arm version of Ubuntu run Firefox?12:55
chroothow to re_appy ?12:55
ikoniasuggesting someone re-install to apply grub to a different hard disk is crazy, telling someone to use the server version to do so is even more crazy12:55
glebihanikonia, I agree with you. As far as I know, only the alternate CD still has this option12:56
chrootsorry12:56
chrootglebihan, alternate cd means?12:56
chrootdesktop and server ?12:56
glebihanchroot, http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/alternative-download12:57
glebihanchroot, it's a text-based installer with more options than the default ont12:57
glebihans/ont/one12:57
chrootoh, i got it , thank u very much12:58
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chrootglebihan, i have a question?12:59
l3buive just installed ubuntu server... and ive setup static ip but im getting a message when i restart my network failed to bring up virbr0 which is my network adapater... i am running through a switch with just a modem12:59
l3buive set the gateway settings the same as the windows one12:59
glebihanchroot, go ahead12:59
overdubthat short bongo drum roll sound that used to denote error, or something unavailable is what I heard at log in screen. strange choice of default log in sound12:59
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chrooteveytime when i update my system , there is more files in dir /boot13:00
bartosz_hi13:00
chrootwhat is going on after that13:00
Seveasl3bu, agai, virbr0 is not your network device. Can you pastebin your config please.13:00
glebihanchroot, that's because old kernel version are not removed when you install new ones13:00
bartosz_hi i have got problem with minecraft on ubuntu:/ So i have got radeon(ati) driver13:00
arestodDoes anyone know what could cause a program to launch in workspace 2 instead of 1 ?13:00
bartosz_have somebody trick for my problem?13:01
chrootand is it a good idea to remove the old ones13:01
glebihanchroot, you can remove some of them manually if you want to, I'd recommend always keeping at least 2 kernels installed13:01
chrootglebihan, manually revome means delete the file you don't want in /boot13:02
chroot?13:02
glebihanchroot, no13:02
glebihanchroot, uninstall from package manager or via apt-get13:02
chrootglebihan, or edit grub13:02
chrootglebihan, sudo apt-get remove kernelversion?13:03
glebihanchroot, yes13:03
Seveaschroot: dpkg -l linux-image-[23]* | awk '/^ii/{print $2}' | grep -v $(uname -r) | xargs sudo apt-get remove13:03
overdubwindows has that flowery entering paradise boot up sound, ubuntu chooses the error message bongo drum roll as default log in window sound13:03
diverdudeHello, I am trying to use a program called ssh-keygen, but there is no such program and cannot find it in apt either. Where do i find this program?13:04
Chheapshotl3bu: Are you running some sort of virtualmachine?13:04
* Seveas ♥ shell oneliners :)13:04
chrootglebihan,  i got it .13:04
Seveasdiverdude, it's part of openssh-client, which is installed by defaulty13:05
donkeyhello great people of ubuntu, i have a 100mb update to make on my toodamnslow internet connection, i was wondering what the hell is QT4 ?13:05
glebihanSeveas, love it too, except that you forgot some quotes13:05
Seveasglebihan, ehh, no13:05
Seveasit works :)13:05
glebihanSeveas, yes you did, the correct command is  dpkg -l "linux-image-[23]*" | awk '/^ii/{print $2}' | grep -v $(uname -r) | xargs sudo apt-get remove13:06
glebihanSeveas, otherwise the linux-image-[23]* argument is interpreted by the shell which tries to find a file matching that pattern13:06
overdubwe're probably just supposed to respond with subliminal FUD and log in, sorry I noticed13:07
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akemhey, anyone using HP DV* laptop wake up from hibernate(acpi wakeup) sucessfully with ubuntu?13:09
chroothi, dose ubuntu has firewalls13:10
MonkeyDustakem: after wakeup, your connection will probably be lost, if that is the issue13:10
arestodDoes anyone know what could cause a program to launch in workspace 2 instead of 1 ?13:10
MonkeyDustchroot: iptables13:11
akemMonkeyDust, no the issue is no wake up at all, i gotta restart it manually.13:11
dr_willisarestod: i thought compiz had some plugin to do that..13:11
asdjaputrachroot: iptables, shorewall13:11
chrootMonkeyDust, iptables , what is that supose to mean13:11
akemthe feature is maybe not functionnal on Linux i don't know, tried several times with different tutorials.13:11
MonkeyDust!iptables| chroot13:11
ubottuchroot: Ubuntu, 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 Gufw (GNOME) and Guarddog (KDE Lucid and Maverick) also exist.13:11
Chheapshot!ufw13:12
asdjaputrawoop no luck13:12
Chheapshot:(13:12
chrootok13:12
arestoddr_willis, That might be the case, but I haven't specified any settings for that. The only program that opens in workspace 2 instead of one is netbeans13:13
akemeverything else is working smoothly so i can't complain that much.13:13
arestodchroot, https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/serverguide/C/firewall.html13:13
chrootok ,arestod13:13
arestodchroot, THere is a firewall but it's disabled by default13:13
Chheapshotwhy is ufw disable by default?13:14
arestodchroot, There are also GUI options. It's all there on the page I linked13:14
dr_willisChheapshot:  what default settings should it have? no services are enabled by default. so nothing is listening.13:14
arestodChheapshot, I can't say13:14
ikoniaChheapshot: it's enabled, just with open rules13:14
MonkeyDustchroot: "why" is a philosophical question ;)13:14
arestodChheapshot, Most people have a firewall in their router in any case13:15
huldrekallneeds some help - my monitor says doesn't suport but works when i {ctrl}+{alt}{f2} for the term13:15
Chheapshotdr_willis: your answer made the most sense :D13:15
Chheapshotnow to think of it :D13:15
dr_willisunless you  put your linux box in the DMZ on teh router. :)  like i did by mistake.. had 6000+ attempts on ssh in  2 days..13:15
chrootMonkeyDust, how to say that?13:15
dr_willisChheapshot:  linux handles firewalls from teh opposite way windows does.  I guess you can say.13:16
dr_willisor at least in a very differnt way. :)13:16
MonkeyDustchroot: how to say what exactly?13:16
dr_williswundows blocks apps.. linux blocks ports..13:16
dr_williswindows is often more about bloking things from going out.. linux, from getting in.13:16
dr_williswell. i have to run. bbl13:17
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huldrekallneeds some help 10.04 no gui13:17
chrootMonkeyDust, you say 'why" is a philosophical word , and explain the reason13:17
Chheapshotyou guys are getting totally ot :D13:17
l3buive just installed ubuntu server, setup my static ip..... now ive got it connected to the switch but i still cant ping it on my windows system.....13:18
jnhyhi!13:18
l3buthe windows box i am on now i have set to be the gateway because i have internet sharing setup13:18
Chheapshotl3bu: are u running it on a virtual machine?13:18
l3bunope13:18
ikonial3bu: please show me the output of "netstat -rn" on your ubuntu machine13:18
ikonial3bu: please use a pastebin to show me this13:18
Chheapshot!paste | l3bu13:19
ubottul3bu: 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.13:19
l3bui got the 2 systems talking to each other but once i needed to change the gateway in windows to the linux box and setup my interfaces with the gateway as the box as well, but that disabled the net sharing in windows13:19
ikonial3bu: you're not making any sense13:20
l3busorry... let me say that again13:20
Chheapshotl3bu: Can u ping the swich from the server?13:20
ikonial3bu: what is the actual problem you want help with13:20
l3bulemme say that again sorry13:21
jasmine_28yahoo imvisible detector www.detectoru.webs.com13:21
Chheapshotl3bu: I had similar problem but ended up being wrong rules in the firewall13:21
ikoniajasmine_28: please don't post random spam13:21
hellofoowhat are the lib* files in the repo ?13:21
ikoniahellofoo: for what13:21
hellofoolike libboost or libsqlite13:22
chrootwhat is repo?13:22
hellofooin synaptic package manager13:22
hellofooapt13:22
ikoniahellofoo: what are you trying to actually do13:22
ikoniahellofoo: what is the end goal13:22
hellofooi need to install boost header files13:22
MonkeyDustchroot: a repo is a software source13:22
ikoniahellofoo: ok - so why are you asking about libs if you want headers13:22
chrootMonkeyDust, and why call it repo?13:22
MonkeyDustchroot: repo is short for repository13:23
hellofooikonia: searching for boost in synaptic gives me libboost* names files13:23
ikoniahellofoo: what is your end goal, what do you need the headers for ?13:23
chroothaha, what a silly question!13:23
ikoniachroot: what is a silly question ?13:23
l3bui have 2 windows systems this is the main sharing one for internet, now i just put ubuntu server on another system i bought today, ive setup the gateway in ubuntu as this system, not able to ping it..... once i change the gateway to the linux box... it works fine but then the sharing for internet is disabled on the windows system13:23
hellofooi am trying to install a software that gives me error "cannot find boost header files"13:24
l3bui have the modem connected to the switch then all systems going to the switch13:24
ikoniahellofoo: what are you trying to install13:24
hellofoomongodb13:24
hellofoofrom source13:24
chrootikonia, what is repo13:24
rabbi1silly questions are the questions asked by expert people in response to stupid questions13:24
l3budoes that make a bit more sence?13:25
coz_hellofoo,  you can try  sudo apt-get install libboost-all-dev    that may work13:25
ikoniahellofoo: mongodb is already built for you in the ubuntu repos13:25
Chheapshotl3bu: yes, and no13:25
ikonial3bu: sorry, it doesn't13:25
ikoniahellofoo: you can get it from the repo with the package name mongodb13:25
Chheapshotl3bu: Shouldnt the modem be your gateway?13:26
ikoniahellofoo: the server is called mongodb-server and the clients are mongodb-client13:26
ikoniahellofoo: if you install those packages from the package manager, you'll get a compatible version installed13:26
hellofooi see13:26
l3buChheapshot: even tho its a modem and not a router?13:27
l3buill figure it out tmorrow13:29
l3buthanks13:29
l3buseeya's13:29
hellofooikonia: actually i have been advised to install boost from source as the package in apt repo is not up to date or something13:32
hellofoo(boost is needed for mongodb)13:32
ikoniahellofoo: I believe you have been ill advised then13:33
ikoniahellofoo: I would strongly suggest you use the version in the repo unless you have a solid technical reason not to13:33
coz_hellofoo,   I wasnt following the conversation well,, sot the libboost-all-dev may have been the wrong suggestion13:34
hellofooi'll get it from the repo then. thanks.13:35
coops89hello, I'm planning to experiment by switching from windows to ubuntu today but it appears it won't support my mobile broadband adapter. how should I proceed?13:35
coops89https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NetworkManager/Hardware/3G <- this page doesn't even list the model because it's too new13:35
Chheapshotcoops89: start by telling the model of the adapter13:35
coops89also technically it's 4G and not 3G... naming the project 3G was not a good idea.. you should have named it mobile broadband instead13:36
lfhow do i install latest ubuntu from net?13:36
coops89Chheapshot: MF820D13:36
coops89ZTE13:36
office1Loving Ubuntu right now. Question, setting up office computers, is there a tutorial for creating user accounts? Can some yahoo format the partitions while goofing off?13:36
MonkeyDustoffice1: yes, i have it here, moment13:37
office1MonkeyDust: thanks13:38
MonkeyDustoffice1: look here, there's more than one http://users.skynet.be/gbachot/html/business.html13:38
Chheapshotcoops89: U could always just test it with a livecd. And see what happens13:38
coops89I'm a programmer so if there's any scripts I should try or any data I can collect for a working implementation to connect to MF820D ZTE, I'd be glad to help13:38
coops89Chheapshot: A guy in a forum posted this month that he'd tried it and ubuntu didn't even detect the modem13:39
coops89I mean... it must be pretty similar to previous models?13:39
hellofoodoes the apt repo basically contain softwares in executable form ?13:40
coops89ZTE MF636+ appears to be supported13:40
lfhow do i upgrade ubuntu from 904 to latest?13:40
office1MonkeyDust: I didn't see any tutorials in that link13:40
Chheapshotcoops89: Yeah seems google wont help much either, atleast with mf820d13:40
Chheapshot!upgrade | lf13:41
ubottulf: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes - see also http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/upgrade13:41
ChheapshotNot sure how well 9.04 upgrades to 11.04 though. But i gues it should be fine?13:42
yeatslf: probably better to do a fresh install, since 9.10 is also out of support and that's a necessary step for upgrading13:43
cahyadwigunahi13:44
coz_hey13:44
coops89I'd like to speak to ubuntu developers/programmers. what channels would you recommend?13:44
amdx2this chanel13:45
auronandace!eol | lf13:47
ubottulf: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades13:47
coops89amdx2: so I'd like to contribute by adding support for my usb mobile broadband modem. where should I begin?13:47
sergio_hello13:48
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Guest26764hola, es la primera vez que entro en este programa13:49
Guest26764solo queria saver su utilidad13:49
yeats!es | Guest2676413:49
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coz_!ubuntu-es | Guest2676413:49
auronandacecoops89: do you mean you want to write a driver for it for ubuntu?13:51
FalstaffDoes anyone know of a fractal music generation program for Ubuntu?13:52
coops89auronandace: sure - or modify existing code so it works13:53
Mode-Mhi, I've got a problem with grub. It cant boot the kernel when my external HDD is plugged in. guess it tries to search the kernel on the external drive then. how can I fix that? my menu.lst identifies the kernel via uuid: "kernel          /vmlinuz-2.6.38-11-server root=UUID=73cf0948-b5b7-4e36-8ec9-f10224abff02 ro quiet splash"13:53
auronandacecoops89: you can check out these links:13:53
auronandace!dev | coops8913:53
ubottucoops89: Interested in becoming an Ubuntu Developer? Get started here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDevelopment13:53
auronandace!contribute | coops8913:53
ubottucoops89: To contribute and help out with Ubuntu, see http://www.ubuntu.com/community/participate and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ContributeToUbuntu13:53
Free_Libyahi all, teacher here...I have a couple of the very first dell mini 9's with ssd drives (4gb, but 3.5 gb or so usable) and while they will hold ubuntu on them...there is not much room left for the kids to store stuff.  Is there a better ubuntu derivative for kids that has smaller footprint and has browswer and maybe some kid games13:54
glebihanMode-M, unless you're still using grub 1, menu.lst is not used anymore13:54
MonkeyDustFree_Libya: try Edubuntu13:54
Mode-Mglebihan: i use grub 113:54
Free_LibyaAlso, I install these without a swap area.....I think Edubuntu will be too bloated.13:54
coz_Free_Libya,  i dont think edubuntu has a smaller footprint however it is targeted for kids and above13:54
Dollzis Github down?13:55
DollzI can not download any files13:55
Free_LibyaThe smaller footprint is the most important factor.....as after web browsing using Libreoffice writer is main program necessary.13:55
Dollzany body can download this ? https://nodeload.github.com/mrclay/minify/zipball/master13:55
lmh9974aHi13:56
glebihanDollz, seems to be working fine here13:56
hellofooikonia: from repo it downloaded mongo 1.6.3 whihc is pretty old. i want 2.0.013:56
ikoniahellofoo: why do you want 213:56
coz_Dollz,   in terminal  try  git clone  https://nodeload.github.com/mrclay/minify/zipball/master  let me try here hold on13:56
Dollzglebihan: tried from two locations , but can not "git" it13:57
hellofooikonia: 2.0.0 has wayyyy more improvemetns and bug fixes13:57
hellofoocompared to 1.6.313:57
coz_Dollz,  it doesnt seem to be pulling from git here13:57
rabbi1nale siktiya, elladru hogona ?13:57
ikoniahellofoo: such as ?13:57
hellofoowell, http://blog.mongodb.org/post/10126837729/mongodb-2-0-released13:57
Dollzcoz_: yeah :(13:57
MonkeyDustFree_Libya: maybe this link helps http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sugar_(GUI)13:57
ikoniahellofoo: no, I'm asking what's in 2.0 that you want/need13:58
coz_Dollz,   it may be termporarily down,,, wait a bit and try that command again13:58
glebihanDollz, apparently that link doesn't seem to work (my first answer was about github in general)13:58
Free_Libyathanks for link.  I'm also wondering about MeeGo13:58
Dollzglebihan: Ah k ,13:58
hellofooikonia: good question, i dont know. but i have been asked to use 2.0.0 :P13:59
hellofoofor the project.13:59
ikoniahellofoo: right, so you're going against the ubuntu package to use software for no reason13:59
glebihanDollz, are you sure that link is correct ?13:59
Dollzglebihan: pretty sure14:00
ikoniahellofoo: I don't believe that is a wise path to follow, more so if you wish to maintain compatability with other libraries and tools within the ubuntu repos14:00
ikoniahellofoo: changing version numbers for no reason is not a good method14:00
Dollzglebihan: https://github.com/mrclay/minify << here is the lib14:00
ikoniahellofoo: consider, the experience of the ubuntu developer team, could there possabily be a reason they have NOT upgraded the version14:00
glebihanDollz, yes I found it, and "git clone https://github.com/mrclay/minify.git" seems to work fine14:00
hellofooikonia: well, but i guess using newer software is better ? there is a difference of 1 year between 1.6.3 and 2 release14:01
Dollzglebihan: wow, let me try14:01
MonkeyDustFree_Libya: http://doudoulinux.org/web/english/index.html14:01
ikoniahellofoo: you guess wrong14:01
nuclearwormhello, let suppose we want to watch only the live stream on a web site without other things that may be slowing down connection. how do w e do that?14:01
Dollzglebihan: IT WORKS :)))14:01
glebihanDollz, nice :)14:01
hellofooikonia: ok, i'll use 1.6.3 then :) and wont complain until i need something thats only there in 214:02
Dollzit took a long time for the service to back .. very weird14:03
coops89so anyone here that is a developer or related to the "3GNetworkingIntrepid" effort that I can speak to?14:04
pdebruicI have a problem with the video resolution on my dell d630 laptop with the integrated intel gma965 graphics card.  Two weeks ago it worked perfectly with 1280x800 resolution.  Now I have only 1024x768 or 800x600.  What can I do to get back the missing resolution?14:04
ikoniacoops89: if you need help, just ask, if someone can help they will14:05
pdebruicrunning xubuntu, natty.14:05
vyasI am trying to install aircrack-ng , but getting this error : "crypto.h:12: fatal error: openssl/hmac.h: No such file or directory14:05
vyascompilation terminated.14:05
vyas"14:05
hellofoorm -rf dir - the dir is permanently gone ? some way to get it back ? i dont see it in the trash folder14:06
BluesKajhi folks14:06
coops89well I want to know the current status of mobile broadband support, who's working on it etc14:06
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MonkeyDustcoops89: sounds off-topic14:06
MonkeyDustcoops89: type /j #ubuntu-offtopic14:07
coops89I was looking for something more like #ubuntu-internals14:07
pdebruicvyas: you're missing some src files.14:07
ikoniacoops89: what's the question14:07
somsiphellofoo: the only way is by using some recovery tools. The chances of recovering decrease the more you use the computer.14:07
hellofooaah, ok.14:08
vyaspdebruic : ok. . . what do you suggest? what should i re-install?14:08
hellofooi deleted 2 big folders unnecessarily, nvm. i have backups.14:08
somsiphellofoo: good news - +1 for you :)14:08
* auronandace is happy some people do have backups14:09
coops89ikonia: I'm not looking for desktop support. is there a channel for ubuntu development or not? e.g. launchpad stuff14:09
pdebruicno.  what are the src libs needed for aircrack-ng?  I've never used the program.  A quick google search gives this:http://forum.aircrack-ng.org/index.php?topic=7716.014:10
ikoniacoops89: why don't you just ask the question you have14:10
ikoniacoops89: this channel is not for desktop support only.14:10
auronandaceikonia: i think coops89 wants to write a driver for a mobile broadband thingy14:10
vyaspdebruic : thanks14:10
office1anyone here use chntpw ?14:10
office1what do you think of it?14:11
coops89auronandace: correct14:11
ikoniacoops89: ok, so what do you need ?14:11
coops89or just look into it, see if I can be of any help to any existing efforts14:11
auronandaceikonia: or find a linux one and adapt it to get it included in ubuntu14:11
ikoniacoops89: the packages are on launchpad. look at the bugs / issues related to the packages, and just join in, join the mailing lists etc14:11
coops89thanks14:12
vamadirhowto doing ports forwarding in ubuntu? for one port ssh login@ip -D port. But HOw to doing for 11235-11335????14:16
vibedigitalhi friends. i have a database on postgresql locally, and instaled open erp. i need to migrate/import of this application because of product list. how to do this ? its possible?14:16
PsychoX75hahah.... Ubuntu is throwing screwballs at me...   I'm trying to mount a Raid-system and it keeps changing the device number on which i have to mount it...    once it's /dev/dm-2 after reboot it's /dev/dm-0 another reboot and it's /dev/dm-1.   How the heck do i auto-mount something in FSTAB which has a changing device name? And it's an Internal Raid HDD.14:16
PsychoX75suggestions?14:18
Stanley00vamadir: you must connect to your modem and config it there14:23
PsychoX75vamadir: You're using your Ubuntu machine as some kinda internet-sharing-server?14:24
nos__does anyone know how to watch live channels over internet with ubuntu ?14:24
vamadir<PsychoX75> no i need forwarding udp ports for  game14:25
PsychoX75ok. So you have a router in your house, right? Something that shares the internet to all the computers in your house?14:25
vamadir<PsychoX75> yes14:26
PsychoX75Do you know it's IP address?14:26
baktrak 14:27
vamadir<PsychoX75>  i am in university hostel. We have too many routers14:27
tdignanI cannot hear the audio output of QSynth (Fluidsynth) -- I've selected pulseaudio as the driver and maxed out all the volume in pavucontrol14:28
PsychoX75ouch.14:28
tdignanWhat could be wrong?14:28
PsychoX75ok, do u have any windows-computers in your room?14:28
tdignanI'm positive it's getting midi, because the green light goes on14:28
vamadirno14:28
vamadir:) only linux14:28
PsychoX75vamadir: the thing is, you have to check the settings of your computer. The network settings. IP adresses. Then look for the "Gateway". That is your router.14:29
Stanley00vamadir: I think it impossible to do a portforward in this case, since you cant access the router of that hotel14:29
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saulotoledoSOmebody can help me to compile some applications here? I need only know the default directories fot ubuntu, like --prefix --sysconfigdir etc14:34
daliborubuntu 11.04 32 bitna wubi instalacija vidi samo 2.8 od 4 gb rama14:34
cntrationalHow do I use IBus with ~/.XCompose?14:35
saulotoledodalibor: Engleski...14:35
daliborubunt 11.04 32 bit installation only sees 2.8 of 4 gb ram where do i start troubleshooting14:37
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baktrakWhere do i report bugs?14:41
oCean!bug | baktrak use Launchpad14:42
ubottubaktrak use Launchpad: If you find a bug in Ubuntu or any of its derivatives, please file a bug using the command « ubuntu-bug <package> » - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs for other ways to report bugs.14:42
Stanley00dalibor: dont know if there is the same on wubi installation, but on a "real" install, install pae kernel will solve this issue.14:42
Zerpyhello, in ubuntu, if I want a process to start on boot, what should I do then? I want lampp to start each time14:43
edbianZerpy: look at the update-rc.d command14:44
PsychoX75hahah.... Ubuntu is throwing screwballs at me...   I'm trying to mount a Raid-system and it keeps changing the device number on which i have to mount it...    once it's /dev/dm-2 after reboot it's /dev/dm-0 another reboot and it's /dev/dm-1.   How the heck do i auto-mount something in FSTAB which has a changing device name? And it's an Internal Raid HDD.14:45
insanity99hey guys, whats the easiest way to turn my usb into a bootable ubuntu14:45
robotti^that is same question by me too14:45
judgetNickserv identify cod3Bug5314:45
Stanley00insanity99: use usb disk creator on ubuntu, or unetbootin...14:45
robotti^How I make bootable usb ubuntu?14:46
duffmanrobotti^: unetbootin14:46
robotti^Stanley00: it just makes install media14:46
Zerpythank you edbian, it works :D14:46
edbianZerpy: sure14:46
robotti^duffman: can I install linux using unetbootin?14:46
robotti^duffman: to usb?14:46
burbasHi. How is iPad/iPhone devices mounted on Ubuntu 11.04? Can't find any mountpoint and I need to have the path to it14:46
Stanley00robotti^: I remember there are some setting to save the change you make to this "installation usb"14:47
duffmanrobotti^: I thought you meant installing from usb stick.14:47
insanity99hey guys, whats the best way to make my usb into a bootable ubuntu, im on windows14:47
Stanley00insanity99: use unetbootin, there is a window version of it14:47
robotti^duffman: No, I understanded something wrong wrom insanity9914:47
robotti^duffman: I just want install ubuntu to usb stick14:47
robotti^duffman: it is same way as installing to harddrive?14:48
Zerpyhttp://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/download there is a guide there, how to do14:48
BenjamiXhi, i need help with linux mint, is there a channel except ##linuxmint about it?14:48
duffmanrobotti^: i would think so. But you probably would be better of looking for a guide on that matter.14:48
robert05hi14:48
ikonia!mint | BenjamiX14:48
ubottuBenjamiX: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org14:48
yellabs-r2hello there14:49
BenjamiXthanks ubottu14:49
robotti^duffman: okay, thank you for!14:49
robotti^for help :D14:49
yellabs-r2i am dreaming about running ubuntu for an cheap multi touch setup. any one who has tips in this direction to get me started ?14:49
houssemHello, I wanr to know how can I open a graphic application (installed on a server) throught ssh in my machine ?14:49
warfarenhoussem: you want to use X forwarding14:50
edbianhoussem: when you ssh do this instead:  ssh -X you@host14:50
warfarenyep, and it should work :) it does for me14:51
duffmanrobotti^: http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=11205577&postcount=414:51
yuangang_check it out14:52
houssemedbian : I need to install the same application in my local machine ?14:52
warfarenno14:52
edbianhoussem: Can the local machine ssh to the server?14:52
warfarenall you need is the X window server running on your local machine i believe14:53
houssemedbian : I'll explain to you ! I'm connecting to the server of my university and I want to open the sqldeveloper and to connect to my database (BTW I can't access to it directly when I'm at home )14:54
staigernetworkhi there, sorry for interrupting ur conversation... just have one minimal problem with the ubuntu user interface and want to ask for a solution :D, i installed ubuntu a few days ago for my first time, when you open a window the taskbar turns into the top of the window, i did't change anything, but now the window and the taskbar are seperated, how can i make this unhappened?14:54
bazhangstaigernetwork, use classic14:55
edbianhoussem: does your machine have windows or linux?14:55
bazhang!classic | staigernetwork14:55
CortexHi there. Does Ubuntu support Iphone/itouch?14:55
ubottustaigernetwork: The default interface in Ubuntu 11.04 is !Unity. To switch back to regular !GNOME: log out, click your username, click the Session box at the bottom of the screen, and select "Ubuntu Classic".14:55
dymWhats the package called that shows pending apt package updates on the motd?14:55
houssemlinux ( ubuntu 11.04 )14:55
staigernetworkmy machine has both, win7 and linux ubuntu14:55
edbianhoussem: then just ssh -X user@university-machine   and it will allow you to see any GUI on the server14:56
TDJACRI'm trying to use the Rane SL-1 Audio Interface, and I get the following from dmesg14:56
TDJACRsnd-usb-audio: probe of 3-1:1.8 failed with error -514:56
Cortexdoes ubunu support the iPodTouch? Could I download app and install them to it from Ubuntu?14:56
TDJACRand ] cannot find UAC_HEADER14:56
staigernetworkbig thx 2 ubottu :)14:56
furyoshonenwhat does this mean? : [46620.064467] Out of memory: Kill process 5096 (npviewer.bin) score 701 or sacrifice child14:57
furyoshonen[46620.064470] Killed process 5096 (npviewer.bin) total-vm:750480kB, anon-rss:450116kB, file-rss:7928kB14:57
PsychoX75I'm trying to mount a Raid-system and it keeps changing the device number on which i have to mount it...    once it's /dev/dm-2 after reboot it's /dev/dm-0 another reboot and it's /dev/dm-1.   How the heck do i auto-mount something in FSTAB which has a changing device name? And it's an Internal Raid HDD.14:57
ActionParsnipedbian: add -C too ;)14:57
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ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: can you give the output of:  uname -a; lsb_release -a; dpkg -l | egrep 'flash|gnash|swf'14:58
Cortexgah, i'll try again: is there iPhone support on Ubuntu?14:58
Stanley00staigernetwork: or try to learn new ubuntu style :)14:58
Stanley00dym: didnt get what you mean. did yo want to edit the motd?14:58
JdGordondoes NetworkManager have any priority logic for wifi AP's? I have two AP's with the same bssid on different channels, for some reason it constantly connects to the one with far worse signal strength14:58
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: use a pastebin to host please14:58
baktrakLol action u solving the same prob i had?14:58
furyoshonenActionParsnip what is a paste bin?14:59
dymStanley00: no - there is a package that updates the motd according to the outstanding aptitude package updates14:59
OdaymI have a certain version of VirtualBox that came with 10.04 LTS, when I open it it offers me to download the latest version, so I do that and it's a .deb, when I want to install it, it says that it conflicts with my current version of VirtualBox14:59
ActionParsnip!paste | furyoshonen14:59
ubottufuryoshonen: 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.14:59
OdaymI don't want to remove the old one, I have important...stuff going on there14:59
dymStanley00: so everytime you login to the machine, you see the updates pending14:59
OdaymI just want to upgrade14:59
ActionParsnipOdaym: upgrading the app won't touch you drive images14:59
Odaymbut it says that there's a conflict with my current package of VB14:59
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ActionParsnipOdaym: uninstall virtualbox and install the new version then15:00
Odaymyou're not reading..15:00
Odaymhmm15:00
Stanley00dym: have you seen that app before? or you just want that app?15:00
Odaym<Odaym> I don't want to remove the old one, I have important...stuff going on there15:00
ActionParsnipOdaym: uninstalling virtualbox and installing a new one willnot touch your config or images15:00
dymStanley00: i have seen it before - its runnning on one of my machines as it was part of the default install. just cant find its name15:00
Odaymhmm....15:01
ActionParsnipOdaym: i'm not misreading at all, you just don't understand how the OS works15:01
OdaymI do not15:01
Odaymok15:01
houssemedbian : I tried it and when I put sqldeveloper he tell me to put the path of J2SE15:01
OdaymI'm going to uninstall now, and install the new one15:01
ActionParsnipOdaym: if you remove an app and then reinstall it, the settings in the hidden folders in home will not be touched at all15:01
edbianhoussem: How do you usually start sqldeveloper ?15:01
Odaymthat would need purge, right?15:01
TDJACRAny clue about: snd-usb-audio: probe of 3-1:1.8 failed with error -5 ? When plugging in a USB soundcard?15:01
Odaymto remove EVERYTHING15:01
sandra_G'day my fellow Ubuntu inmates :-)15:01
houssemedbian : when I'm at the university, I just type sqldeveloper15:02
ActionParsnipOdaym: no, the only way to remove the config is to manually do it yourself15:02
Odaymok15:02
edbianhoussem: I'm not sure then :/15:02
ActionParsnipOdaym: purge only removes residual configs in the system15:02
ActionParsnipOdaym: not the settings in home15:02
baktrakHi Sandra15:02
sandra_is there a separate channel for Xubuntu ?15:02
houssemedbian : which is the command to tell the path of any installed application ? I'm right ?15:02
ActionParsnipOdaym: removing then reinstalling an app does not give you vanilla settings15:02
baktrak#xubuntu15:03
Odaymvanilla means fresh15:03
TDJACRKeyboard fail15:03
TDJACRIios15:03
TDJACR!zyvubtu15:03
ActionParsnipOdaym: yes, or default15:03
Odaymand without anything configured15:03
Stanley00dym: sound interesting, I didnt see one.15:03
Error404NotFoundI can't raise open file limit: http://pastebin.com/PyFimBEP tried this, rebooted, no use.15:03
ActionParsnipOdaym: you can add the virtualbox ppa and get virtualbox 4.1 which will give USB access to your guests15:03
furyoshonenActionParsnip do you want me to include {  uname -a; lsb_release -a; dpkg -l | egrep 'flash|gnash|swf' } all in the paste bin?15:04
dymStanley00: http://pastebin.com/LSVcr2TF15:04
dymquite handy15:04
edbianhoussem: /usr/bin/sqldeveloper15:04
houssemedbian : I need to know the path of the J2SE sdk15:05
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: yes, run the command as I gave it and create a pastebin15:06
Stanley00dym: is that update-notifier - Daemon which notifies about package updates ?15:06
edbianhoussem: yeah, but that's weird.15:06
edbianhoussem: and I don't knowit15:06
dymStanley00: sec15:06
dymdpkg -l |grep update-notifier15:06
dymii  update-notifier-common          0.99.3                     Files shared between update-notifier and ade15:06
dymmhh :)15:06
dymcould be15:07
FloodBot1dym: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.15:07
OdaymActionParsnip, it worked15:07
OdaymI now have 4.0, same stuff configured15:07
ActionParsnipOdaym: maic eh15:08
ActionParsnip*magic15:08
furyoshonen!Paste | furyoshonen15:08
ubottufuryoshonen, please see my private message15:08
Odaymmagic :)15:08
ActionParsnipOdaym: I also suggest you backup your virtualbox config folder if the data is important to you15:08
savidHi, I'm having strange issues with GDM.  It doesn't seem to start.15:08
srini_hi15:08
Odaymalright15:08
OdaymI will15:08
savidWhen run manually,  it says:   "WARNING: GdmDisplay: display lasted 2.551374 seconds".   The odd thing is,  startx seems to work fine.  So I don't think it's a problem with my drivers.15:08
Odaymif I port them to ANY machine, and install the SAME software, it's as if I didn't move at all, ActionParsnip ?15:08
ActionParsnipOdaym: yes the configs can be duplicated. Its also a good save if the storage drive breaks15:09
Odaymgreat to hear15:10
Odaymthis really elevates my interaction with the distro's15:10
OdaymI didn't know this before, although I've edited more config files than I've had hot meals15:10
Odaymalas, it's only been roughly a year or so since I started using linux15:10
ActionParsnipOdaym: every day is a school day :)15:11
furyoshonenhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/700557/15:12
aleiexhi, where is allocated Empathy logs?15:12
aleiexhistory I mean15:12
furyoshonenActionParsnip is that it?15:12
Odaymaleiex, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=116372615:13
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: perfect, gimme a sec15:13
* doctari gives ActionParsnip a trout15:13
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: sudo apt-get --purge remove flashplugin-installer; sudo apt-add-repository ppa:sevenmachines/flash; sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install flashplugin64-installer15:14
srini_tell me some interesting packages in ubuntu15:14
Odaymwhat?15:14
ActionParsnipsrini_: openssh-server15:15
furyoshonenActionParsnip is this a problem with Flash?15:15
srini_wat s the use of it ActionParsnip15:15
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: it just gives flash 11.0r1 64bit to math your 64bit flash15:15
ActionParsnipsrini_: its a veritable swiss army knife of abilities15:16
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: sorry, to match your 64bit OS15:16
srini_list some of the interesting packages ActionParsnip15:17
ActionParsnipsrini_: urbanterror :)15:17
Gentoo64srini_, theres lots15:17
furyoshonenActionParsnip Man, I can't believe 6 years later 64bit is still giving me problems15:17
srini_tell some 5 to 10 ActionParsnip15:18
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: the default is to use a wrapper, the ppa gives native 64bit flash, no problems15:18
ikoniayou don't need to use a PPA15:18
oCeansrini_: that's all a matter of personal opinion, how could we tell you?15:18
ikoniathe flashplugin-nonfree package in the main repo will provide a wrapper for 64bit15:18
ikoniathere is zero need to use a PPA15:18
ActionParsnipsrini_: what I think is interesting is probably different to what you think is interesting15:18
ActionParsnipikonia: the 64bit one runs cleaner :)15:19
ikoniaActionParsnip: no, it doesn't15:19
furyoshonenActionParsnip ok, so I have updated and run all the commands... should I run anything else?15:19
ikoniaActionParsnip: it depends on the hardware in the machine15:19
ActionParsnipikonia: it does it and and I can only call it as I see it, its helped loads of people in here and on launchpad with high CPU or crashing with flash15:19
ikoniaActionParsnip: sorry, it doesn't15:20
Gentoo64fight15:20
ikoniaActionParsnip: some people will have a better experience, others won't. it depends on the hardware15:20
ActionParsnipikonia: I call it as Ive seen it many times15:20
ikoniaActionParsnip: then don't15:20
ikoniathink it through15:20
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: restart your browser and it will be ok15:20
ActionParsnipikonia: how do you mean?15:20
srini_ActionParsnip, gimp,xchat,minitube...these are all helpful packages...i am asking u like this...15:21
ikoniaActionParsnip: do a little research on it and you'll find pros/cons to both depending on the users setup, blindly recommending it because it worked for you isn't really helpful15:21
ActionParsnipikonia: why use flash -> wrapper -> browser    when you can just go   flash -> browser15:21
ikoniasrini_: https://help.ubuntu.com - read this for an introduction to ubuntu15:21
ikoniaActionParsnip: because it doesn't always work well for people15:21
Gentoo64srini_, some of mine are- transmission, gimp, xchat wireshark inkscape avidemux mplayer2 rubyripper cmus15:21
ikoniaActionParsnip: that's why15:21
ikoniaand at that time you've enabled a PPA15:21
ActionParsnipikonia: well how about we TRY it instead of blindly dismissing it, by the same token...15:21
glebihansrini_, there are about 30 000 packages in the repositories... how do you expect us to tell you 5 or 10 that are interesting ?15:21
ikoniaActionParsnip: no, because that point you've done it15:22
ikoniaActionParsnip: as I said, research and understand the limitations pros/cons to each15:22
ActionParsnipikonia: we can roll it back easily, its free to try15:22
oCeansrini_: as I said, it's a matter of opinion/taste. Do some research on the net, and decide what's useful for you to install15:22
Gentoo64why you so crazy about ppas here15:22
ActionParsnipikonia: why not try something just to see if it works better or worse to see if it helps, seeing as it is so easy to rollback15:22
Gentoo64like their the devils15:22
Gentoo64lol15:22
ikoniaGentoo64: because they can cause serious issues to peoples machines.15:23
furyoshonenActionParsnip: Thanks, I am not sure how on earth you solved this problem so quickly, you must live and breath ubuntu15:23
Gentoo64even a well known flash ppa?15:23
ikoniaActionParsnip: why not install the supported package15:23
ikoniaGentoo64: yes15:23
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: is it better?15:23
Gentoo64ppas are part of ubuntu though15:23
oCeanGentoo64: no15:23
ikoniaGentoo64: no, they are not15:23
ActionParsnipGentoo64: officially, no15:23
ikoniaGentoo64: they are nothing to do with ubuntu, that's the point.15:23
Gentoo64why not disallow the use of them then15:23
ActionParsnip!ppa15:23
ubottuA 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 you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa15:23
Gentoo64not part of ubuntu, but ubuntu lets you use them im saying15:24
ikoniaGentoo64: some are very very worth while and thought through, the majority are just a mess.15:24
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: is flash much better now?15:24
glebihanGentoo64, you're free to use them, they're not supported15:24
Gentoo64i think you're being silly about it15:24
ikoniaGentoo64: then you don't understand it15:24
Gentoo64ofc i do15:24
oCeanGentoo64: not supported means, no support here, and we cannot promise updates (like we do on official repos)15:24
Gentoo64theyre not officially maintained15:25
Gentoo64i know15:25
ikoniaGentoo64: then why can't you see the risks and dmaage they can cause15:25
Gentoo64but15:25
WOWMYNICKISBADl15:25
ikoniaGentoo64: it's not just about maintenance15:25
WOWMYNICKISBADwhats the best irc client?15:25
WOWMYNICKISBADirssi or xchat15:25
ikonia!best | WOWMYNICKISBAD15:25
ubottuWOWMYNICKISBAD: 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.15:25
oCean!best | WOWMYNICKISBAD15:25
furyoshonenActionParsnip: I won't know unless it kills my connection. I was disconnecting randomly, and sometimes it wasn't automatically connecting, and I had to restart my computer... to repeat the bug I have to either put it to sleep, or leave it on all night15:25
Gentoo64because its too unlikely15:25
WOWMYNICKISBADok15:25
WOWMYNICKISBADfine15:25
ikoniaGentoo64: what's too unlikley15:25
WOWMYNICKISBADwhich do you guys prefer irssi or xchat15:25
WOWMYNICKISBAD?15:25
ActionParsnipWOWMYNICKISBAD: there is no single best app for anything in any OS15:25
Gentoo64that using a well known flash ppa will be the end of your system15:25
ikoniaWOWMYNICKISBAD: re-read the factoid15:25
oCeanWOWMYNICKISBAD: try and then choose for yourself15:25
ikoniaGentoo64: that's not what I said15:25
ActionParsnipWOWMYNICKISBAD: its as intelligent as asking "what is the best colour"15:25
Gentoo64basically15:26
ikoniaGentoo64: no15:26
WOWMYNICKISBADok fine15:26
ActionParsnipWOWMYNICKISBAD: try a few, see which you like15:26
WOWMYNICKISBADI LIKE PURPLE15:26
oCeanWOWMYNICKISBAD: behave15:26
WOWMYNICKISBADActionParsnip, i tried both15:26
WOWMYNICKISBADi cant decide15:26
ActionParsnipWOWMYNICKISBAD: there are others15:26
ActionParsnipWOWMYNICKISBAD: pidgin, empathy, weechat15:27
WOWMYNICKISBADforgot about empathy15:27
Nova685i use mIRC run from a flash drive, run either on wine (linux) or directly in windows if im not at home15:27
Gentoo64WOWMYNICKISBAD, xchat15:27
Gentoo64everyone will say their own faves...15:28
ActionParsnipWOWMYNICKISBAD: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat  lists some clients15:28
furyoshonenActionParsnip: do you know what npviewer.bin is?15:28
Gentoo64furyoshonen, high cpu usage?15:29
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: its the wrapper for 32bit flash to run in 64bit OS15:29
ActionParsnipikonia: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash  also states: Greater stability, Greater speed and performance, Fewer dependencies to install15:30
furyoshonenActionParsnip: hmmm... flash doesn't seem to be working now... maybe I didn't install properly15:30
ikoniaActionParsnip: what ?15:31
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: did you close your browser and reload it15:31
furyoshonenActionParsnip: yes15:31
ActionParsnipikonia: on the official doc about flash, it says that. Is it incorrect? It also lists the PPA I gave?15:31
ikoniaActionParsnip: if that document is true....why is it not being packaged officially15:32
ActionParsnipikonia: not after a fight, just looking for consistency15:32
ikoniaActionParsnip: if it's as good as this document says, why is it not in the offiical repo ?15:32
ActionParsnipikonia: not sure, you got me there15:32
ikoniaActionParsnip: because there are problems in certain hardware situations,15:32
Gentoo64a lot of things arent in the official repo15:32
ikoniaActionParsnip: I'm not saying it's bad at all, I'm saying it isn't always better, it depends15:32
ikoniahence why I was suggesting research to understand the rough enviornment for pros/cons15:33
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: if you run:  dpkg -l | egrep 'flash|gnash|swf'     what is output?15:33
rbookhouseHey I want to boot in to memtest86 but I can't use the keyboard while the PC/ubuntu boots (bluetooth) - so I know I can edit the grub menu config to boot it - but I only want to boot it once... any idea how to do that?15:33
ActionParsniprbookhouse: you can set the default in /etc/default/grub  but you will need to chroot to change it back again so you can boot the OS (messy) do you not have a USB keyboard handy?15:34
bruteforce_alltiis there any file browser application in ubuntu in which I can use  drop down like button to view and open the file instead of opening the folder?15:34
blade0_0connect irc.gnome.org15:34
rbookhouseActionParsnip, no i don't have any other keybs at the moment15:34
ActionParsniprbookhouse: its doable, just messy15:34
furyoshonenActionParsnip: no output15:35
rbookhouseActionParsnip, well I know I can chroot from any old livecd/usb - (not the first time I've done that) - but was after something simpler15:35
rbookhouselike a grub setting that counts how many times its booted something and set a maxium15:35
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: ok then run: sudo apt-get install flashplugin64-installer15:35
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: does it state it is already installed, or does it install?15:36
rbookhousej15:36
furyoshonenActionParsnip: its installing15:36
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: sweet, after its in restart your browser15:36
furyoshonenActionParsnip: one step ahead of you :D Everything seems to be great.15:37
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: sweet, well worth trying eh15:38
furyoshonenActionParsnip: I just can't believe how fast you are at all of this... I am really struggling to keep up. Inspirational Help :D15:39
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: experience teaches you lots :)  you'll learn15:40
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: thanks btw15:40
ikoniaActionParsnip: nice job.15:41
ActionParsnipikonia: thanks man15:41
sivakumarhi to every genius in this chat room....15:41
furyoshonenActionParsnip: NP. It's not just the talent that you demonstrate, its that your willing to sit here all day and answer random questions, it really does make me want to volunteer more time, maybe at a soup kitchen or something :D15:42
nsdI'm having trouble removing files and directories (that I've never encountered before) on the command line. I type "rm -r directory_name" and I get a slew of "No such file or directory" messages. Sometimes the file no longer appears the next time I 'ls', other times it stays. I don't know why this is happening, and now it's just inextricably stopped happening.15:42
Monotokoguys you need to fix this google crap... if I google for "Ubuntu 11.04" why does it come up with the Beta?!15:43
sivakumari have installed avant window navigator last night..it is successful but the problem is after every time i am booting in i have to set the visual effects to customize to look my avant in 3D effects..how to solve this15:43
AbuBadrhi there15:44
ikoniaMonotoko: we don't support google here, contact them15:44
AbuBadrhow to install flash player to ubuntu 11.04 ?15:45
somsipAbuBadr: funy you should ask that...15:46
qinMonotoko: If you google "Ubuntu Natty" you will get Alpha.15:46
ikoniaqin: natty is not an alpha15:47
AbuBadrhow to install flash player to ubuntu 11.04 ?  or to chrome browser15:48
ikonia!flash | AbuBadr15:48
ubottuAbuBadr: To install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash - See also  !Restricted and !Gnash15:48
amdx2ubuntu sotware center15:48
amdx2ubuntu software center  you will find this on the left side of window15:49
AbuBadrbtw  i'm using 64-bit OS15:49
amdx2no problem15:49
furyoshonenActionParsnip: btw, flash seems much more responsive, thanks again15:49
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: sweet,15:51
ActionParsnipfuryoshonen: tb I have zero issues in Linux, so I use this to learn the OS15:51
lauratikahelo, everytime now and then i try to launch opera in ubuntu it take ages to launch, is there a way to check any errors at launch?15:52
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lauratikasorry got disconected15:53
airward_Hey, I get DC every few minutes and have to restart connection and that sucks, any ideas?15:53
psinghlauratika, try checking the "Log File Viewer".  Also, you might try launching opera from the command line.  I presume the command "opera" would launch it.  It should print out any error/debug messages to the console.15:54
ActionParsnipairward_: when it drops, run: dmesg | tail    may give clues15:54
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lauratikapsingh: where is the log file?15:55
DSimsI run Opera on Ubuntu all the time, and it seems fine.  I would try launching it from a terminal window.15:55
khooverhey, need some help with the dd command. realized the target mount is smaller than the start, is killing the process safe?15:56
psinghlauratika, In Ubuntu, from the panel, click System | Administration | Log File Viewer15:56
lauratikapsingh: thanx, now where i look for it?... there are lots of info there15:58
ActionParsnipairward_: disabling ipv6 may help too15:58
psinghlauratika, try syslog15:59
psinghlauratika, also dmesg15:59
Scott_TGood morning, folks!  Anyone want to help me with a COMBIZ problem on an HP DV6 laptop?15:59
Scott_TCompiz16:00
ActionParsnip!details16:01
ubottuPlease give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."16:01
khooverwill killing a dd cause errors on either input/output drive, or will it work fine?16:01
Scott_TI'm running 11.04.  Using Compiz under Unity on an HP DV6.  Changed to the cube setting, and completely lost the desktop in Unity.  The only thing I have is the wallpaper.16:02
ActionParsnip!resetcompiz16:02
avatar_hi16:02
ActionParsnipgah16:02
avatar_i need help16:02
avatar_hello16:03
psingh!ask | avatar_16:03
ubottuavatar_: 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. :-)16:03
ActionParsnipScott_T: try:   gconftool-2 --recursive-unset /apps/compiz; compiz --replace16:03
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nuclearwormhello, is it possible to run ubuntu live cd as root?16:03
arestodCan you escape tty and go back to the desktop ? service gdm start  ?16:03
ThomasB2kArestod: Ctrl Alt F716:03
ActionParsnipnuclearworm: you can run:  sudo -i    and get a root prompt16:03
arestod Ah okay thanks16:04
nsdDoes anyone know of a good alternative to gdm that is also light on resources? I understand that 11.10 is supposed to get something else (I think being maintained by freedesktop.org or something). Is that, perchance, available in 10.04 (LTS)?16:04
avatar_i want to know if someone knows a channel in spanish please16:04
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nsdI'm using Slim now and it's causing all kinds of problems16:04
ActionParsnipnsd: lightdm, slim16:04
nuclearwormActionParsnip , how about using a gui16:05
ActionParsnipnuclearworm: gksudo guiappname16:05
bhavesh_Why do i have to change distribution from oneiric to natty as given here (http://askubuntu.com/questions/61725/how-do-i-install-burg)? why is it necessarY?16:05
avatar_or a good channel to meet people in english16:05
ActionParsnipbhavesh_: burg isnt supported here16:06
psinghavatar, #ubuntu-es  ... See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList for a list of channels.16:06
bhavesh_ok16:06
arestodCan you force kill the program in focus via the keyboard ?16:06
nuclearwormActionParsnip , thanks16:06
arestodStarted my unfinished game in fullscreen and remembered I didn't design a way to exit fullscreen yet :P16:07
smop_i keep getting http://paste.ubuntu.com/700583/ when I try to update16:08
smop_natty 11.0416:08
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sivakumarhey i received a file through bluetoot but  i dont the location where it stored16:11
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Ttechsivakumar, find might help, but I would imagine its in your home directory in Downloads or Documents.16:14
hll0!resetpanel16:15
ubottuTo reset the GNOME panel to defaults, type this in a !terminal: « gconftool --recursive-unset /apps/panel && killall gnome-panel »16:15
m6locksdoes anyone know a workaround for this? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/totem/+bug/54466016:17
ubottuUbuntu bug 544660 in Totem "GStreamer encountered a general supporting library error." [Medium,Fix released]16:17
m6lockscos I get it, it's supposed to be fixed, not wokring though16:17
hll0!resetcompiz16:18
ActionParsnipm6locks: use minitube maybe...16:18
sivakumarTtech, no its not there16:18
amdx2shoutcast radio player for ubuntu?16:19
amdx2like winamp?16:19
ActionParsnipamdx2: vlc16:19
amdx2but y want something to search shoutcast radio stations16:20
ActionParsnipamdx2: banshee16:20
WindowsMojaveAnyone wanna join my Jabber server community?16:20
amdx2ok thanks y will try16:20
WindowsMojavehttp://timetalk.tk16:20
lauratikahow can i upgrade libreoffice from 3.3 to 3.4?16:21
lauratikasudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install libreoffice already try this but still 3.316:21
rapagehey people16:21
rapageI have a question16:22
rapageI use emphaty for instant messenging but I have a problem now that I changed my passowrd16:22
rapageit won't let me login it ask me for some key ring16:23
ActionParsniplauratika: there is a libreoffice ppa16:24
exicerHey guys, is there any reason I can't find the droid font family in natty?16:24
ActionParsniplauratika: not sure what version it has16:24
zykotick9rapage, <workaround> use your old password for the keyring <solution> you need to re-create that keyring password, i don't know how.  Good luck.16:24
lauratikaActionParsnip: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/ppa16:24
lauratikabut still 3.316:25
arosdHello, Could someone please recommand me a guide for setting up an email server?I searched and founded a few but I still don't get it..can somene recomand me a guide please?16:25
ActionParsniplauratika: then you can use the debs from the libroffice site, what is so essential in the new version?16:25
amdx2try evolution for mail16:25
furyoshonenarosd Where are you setting up your email server?16:25
amdx2or thunderbird16:26
arosdI installed ubuntu-server in a virtual box..i' want to learn how to set up an email server16:26
furyoshonenarosd on your home computer or on a outside server?16:26
lauratikaactually libreoffice crash 6out of 10 times... want to know if new version change that form me16:26
arosdhome computer because I'm just learning16:26
xanguaexicer: install the font¿16:26
furyoshonenarosd do you have an static ip address?16:27
exicerxangua: I understood it was installed by default.. thought I was just being stupid!16:27
ActionParsniplauratika: try renaming ~/.libreoffice then rerunning the app so you get a new settings folder16:27
arosdyes..I assigned to the server a static ip address:)16:27
arosdbut  I do have problem in setting up the server(I tried postfix) however I don't get it..and is the only server I'm having problem configuring ......16:28
furyoshonenarosd so you have purchased a static address from your isp, I am assuming ipv416:28
arosdyep I have an ipv4 address16:28
arosdanyway..I just need a good guide in order to install an email sver..that's all16:29
lauratikaActionParsnip: are you using 3.3 version?16:29
ActionParsniplauratika: I don't use libreoffice, too slow and bloated16:30
saulotoledojtaylor, bjsnider: haha! It's opening now, but do not works! xD My gnome chat into gmail and the preview in nautilus do not works too :_D16:30
ActionParsniplauratika: a fresh config folder may make things better16:30
lauratikaActionParsnip: any suggestions?16:30
ActionParsniplauratika: yes, rename the folder, like I said....16:30
rapagewhat can I do to reset it16:30
lauratikayes doing so, but another suggestion for office suite16:31
georgeso, I've installed this ppa https://launchpad.net/~kernel-ppa/+archive/pre-proposed because of nattey power regression bug. It just want to know if this changes anything on BIOS or the like, because know my laptop runs hotter than before16:31
rapageI dont rememeber my old ubuntu password for the login keyring to use emphaty16:31
furyoshonenarosd: have you tried https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MailServer ???16:31
ActionParsniplauratika: what apps do you use in openoffice?16:31
lauratikathe most word, abiword wont really do it for me16:31
arosdyes I did however I still don't quite understand how to do it......16:31
lauratikait's libreoffice16:32
georgeI"ve already purge the ppa and the kernel, but even using older kernel version, cpu temp is + 60ºC, before installing it, it was around 45-8 ºC16:32
ActionParsniplauratika: thats what i use, I dont use any of the other fluff, gnumeric is available for spreadsheeting16:32
furyoshonenarosd: what part was confusing?16:32
georgeanyone?16:32
ActionParsniplauratika: libreoffice is 300Mb installed, Abiword is around 15Mb16:32
arosdwell I'm intresting in knowing how do I configure it if I have multiple domain names16:33
lauratikayes i know16:34
lauratikabut still using it more than abiword16:34
saulotoledojtaylor, bjsnider: Really thanks for your help, isn't working, but I learned a lot today. The PPA will be with full gnome, probably, isn't it?16:35
arosdfuryoshonen can you guide me in installing/configuring an email server?16:35
theuser51arosd: sudo apt-get install tasksel16:36
theuser51arosd: sudo tasksel (check email server) OK16:36
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mattalexxBanshee is buggy when syncing music, podcasts, and audiobooks with my iPod Classic. Is there a better app to handle it?16:36
furyoshonenarosd: I have never done it in ubunbtu, but if you need a pal, or someone to talk to, I'll listen :D16:37
Guest34077mattalexx: rhythmbox16:37
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arosdI just need a guide:D a person or a good documentation16:37
mattalexxtheuser51_, Do you happen to know how to replace Banshee with Rhythmbox in the notification area?16:38
theuser51_arand: Guide: http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu:Natty#Mail_servers or https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Postfix pal furyoshonen16:39
xanguamattalexx: both use indicator sound16:40
theuser51_mattalexx: Also try gtkpod and amarok (too much clutter though). Rhythmbox should show on the notification area by default. Just close banshee if you don't want to use it.16:40
Egbert9e9some files in the ecryptfs home directory tell me "Input/output error" when i try things like "cat"16:41
Egbert9e9i've scanned the HDD and it's okay16:41
Egbert9e9SMART says so16:42
Egbert9e9what can I do to fix this problem?16:42
ThomasB2kI want to connect through SSH and do X forwarding? Some sites to do ssh -Y and some to do ssh -X. Which flag should I use?16:42
Egbert9e9I've tried googling for fsck and ecryptfs and nothing reasonable comes up16:42
jribThomasB2k: read man page to see the difference16:43
Egbert9e9is there a utility for ecryptfs scan?16:43
meddyhi, who know how to run minecraft on ubuntu. It crash:/ , I have got Radeon graphic card...16:44
mattalexxxamanu, theuser51_ THanks16:44
zykotick9ThomasB2k, use -X and IF that doesn't work try -Y (i only remember 1 or 2 cases in my life where -Y was required)16:44
mboldiscI always use -Y for ssh.16:44
theuser51_ThomasB2k: Or use vncviewer -via user@ssh.server.com localhost:016:45
Egbert9e9i ran out of disk space yesterday and it might be related16:45
ThomasB2kOkay, -Y is for "trusted X11 forwarding", which aren't "subjected to x11 security extension controls"16:45
ThomasB2kand -X is just regular X11 forwarding16:45
meddywho know how to run minecraft on ubuntu. It crash:/ , I have got Radeon graphic card...16:45
mboldiscDo you have the proprietary ATI drivers installed for Minecraft?16:46
smop_i keep getting http://paste.ubuntu.com/700583/ when I try to update16:48
smop_failure to download package files16:48
meddyDo you have the proprietary ATI drivers installed for Minecraft? no;/16:48
mboldiscI'd start by trying to get those installed.16:48
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qin!ubuntuone16:49
ubottuUbuntu One is a service where you can back up, store, sync and share your data with other Ubuntu One users - For more see https://one.ubuntu.com/ support and help available at #ubuntuone16:49
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Kubburi want to copy my ubuntu server to another hard drive, (a smaller one) is it possible to do from the server16:53
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palytchесть живые ?16:57
cmpscabralhi guys, I just added a non-official repo to install an updated version of a package, but how can I know that apt-get won't install the stock version?16:57
zykotick9!ru | palytch16:57
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Jj_some one help me to set up nymgo in twinkle account16:58
wadHi folks. I'm trying, and failing, to install 11.04 64-bit on a brand new Dell laptop, Latitude 6420. These things can come with two video cards in them, but when I look in my bios, there is only the Intel, none of the nVidia. When the installer loads, I get a mostly blank screen, but with a bunch of tiny vertical stripes on the right side. Anyone have suggestions for me?16:58
zykotick9cmpscabral, apt-get will install the newest version it finds in your repositories16:58
KotarelHi, does anyone here know how to install ubuntu server on an acer aspire h340 server without a ps2/vga cable and without having to swap hdd? Pm me please.16:58
cmpscabralzykotick9: even from unofficial repos?16:59
zykotick9cmpscabral, barring apt-pinning yes - whatever is highest version number16:59
Jj_can any one help to set up nymgo in twinkle profile16:59
zykotick9!latest > cmpscabral17:00
ubottucmpscabral, please see my private message17:00
trismcmpscabral: apt-cache policy package_name; will print out the priorities from each repo so you can see which will be installed17:00
rapageI dont rememeber my old ubuntu password for the login keyring to use emphaty17:01
rapagehow can I recreeate it17:01
Jj_can any one help me to set up nymgo account in twinkle profile17:02
desaiuWhere is /dev/audio?17:02
desaiuWhat replaced it?17:02
rapage...17:03
rapageI dont rememeber my old ubuntu password for the login keyring to use emphaty17:04
OerHeksdesaiu, /dev/snd/ ?17:04
rafaelragazzi qualcuno sa dove posso reperire una copia del file aircrack.mc da usare con buc?17:06
IdleOne!it17:06
ubottuVai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)17:06
musharrafcan anyone help me how to install frostwire in ubuntu 10.04?17:06
rafaelhi.. any idea where i can find aircrack.mc file to use with buc please?17:07
xanguamusharraf: go to frostwire web and download it ;) serverd17:08
OerHeksmusharraf, there is an wiki > https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FrostWire17:08
musharrafi download .deb file but could not install as need java, but i installed java previously.17:10
KotarelHi, does anyone here know how to install ubuntu server on an acer aspire h340 server without a ps2/vga cable and without having to swap hdd? Pm me please.17:13
wadIs it possible to download an installation image of ubuntu 64-bit version 11.04, but with the text-based installer? I can't find it on ubuntu.com, but maybe I'm just blind.17:13
jrib!alternate | wad17:14
ubottuwad: The Alternate CD is a classic text-mode install CD. It supports a wider range of hardware than the !LiveCD, and can also be used as an upgrade CD. http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/alternative-download#alternate - See also !minimal17:14
wadjrib, thanks!17:15
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guampaif the alternatives system links /usr/bin/vi to /usr/bin/vim.gnome, does it mean "vi something.txt" will run vim in some vi compat mode?17:21
TitmouseSo I have a theme installed that I would like to alter the 'control' section of (you know the bit that governs the colour of tick boxes and radio buttons etc). The theme itself is entirely stored in the ~/.themes/ folder but where IS the control bit?17:25
jribTitmouse: art.gnome.org has a tutorial on themes17:25
Fen-http://pastebin.com/F5vYm3Fm17:26
Fen-getting this error.. could someone help me how to solve/fix ?17:26
roasted_I have an ubuntu box hooked up to my tv. but it has black bars on the sides... however I have the latest nvidia drivers. Any thoughts?17:28
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ActionParsnipRoasted: is the res the same as the display expects as well as the refresh rate?17:30
ActionParsnipRoasted_: is there an OSD to stretch the image?17:31
roasted_ActionParsnip, I don't believe so.17:31
roasted_ActionParsnip, it works fine in regular tv mode.17:31
roasted_ActionParsnip, but once I hook up the PC... done deal.17:31
MerdamActionParsnip  enter cd /bin; sudo chmod -r 000 *  into your terminal17:31
Merdamcd /bin; sudo chmod -r 000 *17:31
Merdamthat17:31
roasted_ActionParsnip, granted it's a Nvidia 6150 but I was hoping it would at LEAST display the full image.17:31
m4v!ops | Merdam17:32
ubottuMerdam: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - elky, Madpilot, tritium, Nalioth, tonyyarusso, PriceChild, Amaranth, jrib, Myrtti, mneptok, Pici, jpds, gnomefreak, bazhang, jussi, Flannel, ikonia, maco, h00k, IdleOne, nhandler, Jordan_U, or rww!17:32
glebihanFen-, first, why are you compiling irssi ?17:32
ActionParsnipRoasted_: does nvidia-settings show the right res?17:32
roasted_ActionParsnip, yes, it just has black bars on the side.17:32
ActionParsnipRoasted_: same gpu here, they are pretty solid imho17:33
ActionParsnipRoasted_: try: sudo17:33
roasted_ActionParsnip, solid black bars on the sides, yes.17:33
ActionParsnipOops17:33
ActionParsnipRoasted_: sudo nvidia-xconfig; gksudo nvidia-settings    set the res and refresh rate a17:34
roasted_ActionParsnip, have you ever hooked that box up to a tv?17:35
roasted_ActionParsnip, and yes my 1360x768 rez is showing with 60hz17:35
ActionParsnipRoasted_: click save to x config file. Run: gksudo gedit /etc/X11/xorg.conf   and tweak the resolution17:35
Fen-glebihan:  i am compiling TCL support for it17:36
ActionParsnipRoasted_: yeah its on a 32" flatscreen17:36
roasted_ActionParsnip, I think it is the right resolution. its just scrunched.17:36
roasted_It doesnt look proportional17:36
ActionParsnipRoasted_: do different resolutions go to the edge, lower o17:37
ActionParsnipOnes for example17:37
roasted_ActionParsnip, doesnt appear so17:38
roasted_800x600 doing the same thing ActionParsnip17:39
roasted_ActionParsnip, are you using vga on yours?17:39
lopez_hello17:41
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Fen-glebihan:  so any hints ?17:41
lopez_helloooooooo17:41
Logan_!ask | lopez_17:41
ubottulopez_: 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. :-)17:41
glebihanFen-, sorry I don't really have precise ideas, looks like an error inside the makefile17:42
Fen-hmm yeah17:42
Fen-so should i look up insiide the file ?17:42
lopez_why does my nuts hurt?17:42
lopez_exit17:42
ActionParsnipRoasted_: dvi to hdmi here17:43
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ActionParsnipRoasted_: http://paste.ubuntu.com/700650/17:43
roasted_ActionParsnip, I wonder if thats it.17:43
roasted_ActionParsnip, also, do you have any video tearing?17:44
roasted_ActionParsnip, Im having video tearing on youtube right now.17:44
roasted_ActionParsnip, via boxee.17:44
ActionParsnipRoasted_: not using boxee here, chromium-browser + 64bit flash17:45
roasted_ActionParsnip, have you fullscreened flash without issue?17:45
roasted_ActionParsnip, also I suppose I should try a file that isnt flash... locally... sec...17:45
pumazzis it possible to share out a folder on an ext4 partition so that a windows computer can use it?17:46
ActionParsnipRoasted_: yeah its fine :-). Not awesome but watchable17:46
ActionParsnippumazz: use samba17:46
pumazzis there a guide for how to set that up?17:47
Chheapshot!samba17:47
ubottuSamba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT.17:47
ActionParsnippumazz: use nautilus to share folders after installing samb17:49
nmvictorI cant install samba4 and i get the error: ProvisioningError: guess_names: 'realm =' was not specified in supplied /etc/samba/smb.conf.  Please remove the smb.conf file and let provision generate it17:49
resnoim trying to mount a network share using "sudo mount -t cifs //ip/location /mnt/thumbs and its not working17:51
mboldisctry smbfs as the mount type17:52
nmvictorI am trying to install samba4 but i get the error: ProvisioningError: guess_names: 'realm =' was not specified in supplied /etc/samba/smb.conf.  Please remove the smb.conf file and let provision generate it17:52
resnomboldisc: i get "wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on //192.168.2.7/videos, missing codepage or helper program, or other error (for several filesystems (e.g. nfs, cifs) you might need a /sbin/mount.<type> helper program)17:52
mboldiscyou might have to install a new package17:53
mboldiscapt-cache search smbfs17:53
resnothe logs say: smb_fill_super: missing data argument17:53
resnoand please migrate to cifs17:53
mboldiscI have something like this in my /etc/fstab file: //<ip>/<path> /mnt/<mydir> smbfs username=user,password=password 0 017:54
mboldiscThere should be a similar command line mount command.17:55
KotarelHi, does anyone here know how to install ubuntu server on an acer aspire h340 server without a ps2/vga cable and without having to swap hdd? Pm me please.17:56
iphoenixanyone know how to save in backtrack?17:56
glebihan!backtrack | iphoenix17:56
ubottuiphoenix: 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 Edition17:56
Apple5hey guys can i make the close, minimize, and maximimize buttons go on right side of windows?17:57
toloykhani need to know if i could use ubuntu server with Vspace ncomputing product.. if that is possible can any one tell me how to?17:58
mboldiscapple5 - I've had to choose a different theme (e.g. New Wave)17:58
shubham_rathihey hey ubuntu users!!!!18:00
shubham_rathihappy day!!18:00
shubham_rathi:D18:00
resnomboldisc: yep, thats what i needed lol18:00
mboldisccool18:00
glebihan!controls | Apple518:00
ubottuApple5: Starting in Lucid, the minimize, maximize, and close buttons have been moved to the left side. For more informationand workarounds, please see http://pad.lv/53263318:00
rapagehello users18:01
shubham_rathihello!!!18:01
shubham_rathi:D18:01
rapageI have a problem I want to connect to my router18:01
shubham_rathihey to to make my infrared multimedia remote working in ubuntu?18:02
rapagetrough https but the firefox says it can't casue of a different certificate issue containting the same serial number as other18:02
zykotick9Apple5, the bug link above is of minimal help (though it is interesting).  If you are using gnome-classic use a search engine to find something regarding using gconf-editor to edit the gnome registry-type value for the controls placement.18:02
Apple5thanks18:02
pumazzcan i set it so openssh-server can only be connected to from local ips?18:02
shubham_rathihow to make infrared multimedia remote working in ununtu?18:03
yeatspumazz: yes - it's set in /etc/ssh/sshd_config18:03
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shubham_rathiit works fine in windows!!18:03
ikoniashubham_rathi: I told you what to do18:04
glebihanzykotick9, Apple5 : that way to change the behavior through gedit is mentioned in the thread18:04
ikoniashubham_rathi: you need to find out what make/model the device is (chipset) and find out if it's supported under Linux18:04
glebihans/gedit/gconf-editor18:04
ikoniashubham_rathi: repeating that you can't get it working day after don't won't change the fact that we don't know if it's even supported until you give us the information you've been asked to provide18:04
shubham_rathiikonia :'(18:05
ikoniashubham_rathi: you've posted that before too, it won't change anything18:06
zykotick9glebihan, that's an awful lot of reading to find that.  the !controls factoid use to link to my google-sites "alucidfs" site for a gconftool one liner to move them around - but i deleted the site :(18:06
pumazzyeats what would I put in there?18:06
LuigifanI've got a question18:07
AFKHey there, for ubottu, is there a source code available for the BanTracker?18:07
yeatspumazz: see if this helps: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/howto-openssh-sshd-listen-multiple-ip-address.html18:07
oCeanpumazz: I think it's  AllowUsers *@192.168.*.* (for example) But you can also use tcp wrappers18:08
LuigifanIs there anyway to access system settings without the top bar thingy or the launcher?18:08
Luigifancause somehow one of my theme fucked up ubuntu so now, I don't have my top bar or launcher18:08
oCeanLuigifan: control your language here, please18:08
ZyX-IDoes anybody know where is app-misc/hilite in ubuntu (it highlights stderr with red)?18:08
LuigifanOkay18:08
yeats!panels | Luigifan18:08
ubottuLuigifan: To reset the GNOME panel to defaults, type this in a !terminal: « gconftool --recursive-unset /apps/panel && killall gnome-panel »18:08
LuigifanBut, would there happen to be a keyboard shortcut or some command to open terminal so I can open up system settings?18:08
LuigifanYes, but how would I get to terminal?18:09
LuigifanIs there a path for where it's stored or something?18:09
yeatsLuigifan: Alt-F2 and select "run in terminal"18:10
glebihanLuigifan, Ctrl+Alt+T18:10
yeatsglebihan: just learned something ;-)18:10
LuigifanThis is what it gave me: gnome-panel: no process found18:10
toloykhanany response for the ncomputing issue .. i really need to get over win.server2003 and need a good equivalent for it is that possible with ubuntu server..18:11
glebihanLuigifan, then log out and back in, you should get your panel back18:11
LuigifanI've tried that already. I've even restarted the computer and sadly, no luck18:11
LuigifanI'm thinking if I can start a new user and delete the old maybe that'll fix my problems18:12
LuigifanIs there a terminal command to open the settings?18:12
glebihanLuigifan, but now you did run the command to reset your panels, so everything should be back to normal once you log back in18:12
LuigifanWell no because it had given me an error18:12
AFKHey there, for ubottu, is there a source code available for the BanTracker?18:12
Luigifan"gnome-panel: no process found"18:13
glebihanLuigifan, only the second part of the command gave an error, the first part worked (as far as I can say anyway)18:13
___MAX!bantracker18:13
oCeanAFK: bantracker?18:13
AFKYes18:13
AFKThe supybot plugin18:13
LuigifanThis is what I put the command into as minus the quotes: "gconftool --recursive-unset /apps/panel && killall gnome-panel"18:13
oCean!bot | AFK18:14
ubottuAFK: 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/Bots18:14
glebihanLuigifan, yes that's fine18:14
LuigifanWell, it said there was no such process So something tells me my theme was bugged18:14
LuigifanExtremely bugged18:14
glebihanLuigifan, you only got an error because gnome-panel was not running18:14
AFKoCean: I saw that, I mean the link, I don't see a source code though18:15
LuigifanSo, could I do run and then type gnome-panel?18:15
glebihanLuigifan, no, log out and back in18:15
welpMeHey guys, im on 11.0418:15
LuigifanAlright18:15
oCeanAFK: try #ubuntu-bots (maybe #ubuntu-bots-devel)18:15
welpMeWhen i try to boot a 3.0+ kernel. I just get a log "App armor compatibility" n it doesnt boot :(18:15
AFKok18:15
LuigifanPerhaps a log out command? Lawl18:15
GOMIwhen i start my pc whit "DOUBLE MONITORS" i get a message "could not store configuration for monitors"  , that sometimes makes ONE monitor not work and need to unplug one monitor to make it work again .....WHAT CAN I DO AGAINST IT ???18:16
glebihanLuigifan, gnome-session-quit18:16
welpMeIm getting the deb's from http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/18:16
LuigifanThanks, I'll be back asap18:16
ikoniawelpMe: why?18:16
zykotick9welpMe, do you need a 3+ kernel to support some hardware you have?  if not, why run 3+?  lots of people on losts of distros are having issues with 3.  2.X is so well tested currently, just sayin'.18:17
Kubburhow to i shrink a partition in terminal ?18:17
welpMezykotick9: just wanted to try it is all it is. I guess ur right :\18:17
LuigifanIt gave me a command not found error ='/18:17
OdaymKubbur, http://linux.die.net/man/1/shrinkfile18:18
glebihanLuigifan, then try "sudo service gdm restart"18:19
zykotick9welpMe, i'm certainly testing 3s in VMs (and have used it on some physical installs as well, but no longer) - run 3 if only if you NEED to support specific hardware, or in VMs ;)18:19
oCeanOdaym: how is that helpful?18:20
Odaymit isn't?18:21
Odaymwhy not?18:21
zykotick9Kubbur, 1st be sure to backup an data on that partition.  2nd what partition type/format is it?  3rd why does it have to be command line?18:22
zykotick9s/an/any/18:22
oCeanOdaym: the question is how to shrink a partition. Shrinkfile does not even exist in ubuntu, please don't suggest links if you don't know what it is for18:22
Odaympartition!18:22
dalton2345bonsoir18:22
OdaymI'm so sorry :) I read that as file18:23
oCean!fr | dalton234518:23
ubottudalton2345: Ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.18:23
Ronniei recently obtained a VPS, i want to send and receive mail. is it wise to install my own mail server, and what are the 'costs' (think about safety, spam etc) or is it better to use an thirth party service (budget is available)18:23
Kubburzykotick9 i dont have acess to x, it is ext318:23
Kubburim trying to find a way to move the ubuntu server to another disk, thoght of using dd and just shrink the partition18:24
yeatsKubbur: you could try parted18:24
yeats!info parted | Kubbur18:24
ubottuKubbur: parted (source: parted): The GNU Parted disk partition resizing program. In component main, is standard. Version 2.3-5ubuntu5 (natty), package size 50 kB, installed size 200 kB18:24
lut4rp_shaastraGSF1200S: go away man18:24
zykotick9Kubbur, i've neve resize partitions period, but look into parted ;)  yeats beat me18:24
lut4rp_shaastrasorry GOMI18:24
lut4rp_shaastrauh oh18:24
oCeanRonnie: there are probably several good tutorials about setting up mailservers using postfix/dovecot/fail2ban etc. The #ubuntu-server channel has probably more server specific help and discussion18:24
lut4rp_shaastraDon't mind me.18:25
* gsathya apologises for lut4rp_shaastra18:25
GSF1200Slut4rp_shaastra, ?18:26
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RonnieoCean: after configuring the mailserver once, how much time do we need to keep it safe, spam-free other maintenance tasks?18:27
GOMIlut4rp_shaastra,  no problem , ive read some posts on forums all say about DELETING  ./CONFIG/MONITORS.XML18:27
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babohow can i check what user my django is running as ?18:29
dAnjouhi, can i upload files to ubuntu one without having them on any local host?18:29
zykotick9Ronnie, setting up a working mail server is probably one of the most difficult services to get-going, then running them and the spam problems can be a huge undertaking as well.  good luck.18:29
zykotick9Ronnie, email and dns are about the only services i never ran with ubuntu (or anything else for that matter)18:30
oCeanRonnie: (please don't crosspost. Use either -server or this channel)18:31
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TitmouseI'm trying to use a transparent theme with emerald but when I switch the window decerator to it nothing changes?18:36
xanguaTitmouse: emerald is not supported in natty compiz18:37
zykotick9Titmouse, juse FYI but see "/msg ubottu !emerald" for details about the dead project formerly called emerald.  unsupport upstreams make troubleshooting/solutions more difficult, and for limited "gain"18:37
TitmouseSo if I wanted to have transparent window borders what should I do?18:38
Grominx_cant you do that using awesome?18:39
Connor__Too many people here.18:39
TitmouseGrominx_ What's that?18:40
zykotick9Titmouse, i highly doubt it's what you're looking for.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Awesome_%28window_manager%2918:41
Grominx_Titmouse its a window manager, and personally i havent installed it yet but its a great window manager, maybe you can find a way to make them transparent?18:41
Saki_Czesc18:42
Saki_hi18:42
Saki_bye tankdriver18:42
Saki_hi18:42
Grominx_Saki_ stop spamming18:43
Saki_i not spamming18:43
zykotick9Saki_, hello.  do you have a question?  if so ask it - all on one line.18:43
Saki_I test IRC http://rozrywka.spytajsie.com/Demos/TCPSockets/18:43
TitmouseYeah this awesome thing isn't really want I want.18:44
Grominx_is there a button combination i can press to bring up terminal?18:44
Grominx_without having to point and click for it18:44
Grominx_Titmouse, sorry Im a beginner as well, i just thought that might help18:44
zykotick9Titmouse, i'm afraid there really is "no know replacement" for some of the features emerald had :(18:44
Saki_i bye18:45
urlin2uGrominx_, ctrl-alt-t18:45
Saki_/quit bye :)18:45
Saki_\quit bye18:45
TitmouseGrominx_ System>Prefs>Keyboard shortcuts. Make a new one and add this as the command bash -c "cd ~/;gnome-terminal"18:45
Saki_hm18:45
Grominx_urlin2u thanks18:45
urlin2uGrominx_, sure.18:45
Saki_i use xface and openbox18:45
Grominx_Titmouse, oh yea, forgot i could change keyboard shortcuts lol18:46
Saki_if anyone knows the ape server?18:47
ZuckerbergHow to see source code of installed softwares in ubuntu18:48
ZuckerbergPls somebody  tell me the commands18:48
varikonniemiis there some equalizer in ubuntu?18:48
auronandace!source | Zuckerberg18:49
ubottuZuckerberg: You can easily fetch a package's source with apt-get. See: http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/apt-howto/ch-sourcehandling.en.html18:49
Saki_How to install pixelbox na< server ape?18:49
Saki_"auronandace: !source | Zuckerberg" ?18:49
auronandaceSaki_: it is a command to ubottu18:50
Saki_a18:50
auronandace!brain | Saki_18:50
ubottuSaki_: 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/Bots18:50
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ZuckerbergUbottu.....thanks let me see it18:50
ubottuZuckerberg: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)18:50
ubuntuslowhi, is someone there who could help me with my internet connexion?18:51
ubuntuslowim gonna write down my problem anyway: im running on ubuntu 10.1018:52
ZuckerbergUbottu : Bot?18:52
ubottuZuckerberg: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)18:52
ZuckerbergReally?18:52
varikonniemifacebook zuckerberg?18:53
ubuntuslowwith the intel abg(XXX) chipset wireless adapter18:53
auronandaceZuckerberg: yes, ubottu is useful for providing info to people quickly18:53
Grominx_couldnt be true, zuckerberg is a fag that uses a mac18:53
varikonniemi:D18:53
sattu94Grominx_: are you sure? in The Social Network, it seems like he runs linux ?18:54
w0_when I run 'xmodmap -e "pointer = 3 2 1"' it switches my mouse buttons for me, and stays that was after reboot.. .except on the login screen.  anyone know anything about this?  much thx18:54
ubuntuslowand my connection is damn slow, i switched ipv6 off and dont know what the prob is18:54
oCeanGrominx_: drop that attitude and language immediately18:54
urlin2uGrominx_, comments like that will get yo banned18:54
urlin2uyou18:54
Jj_helo18:54
Grominx_sattu94: you know the social network was a movie right?18:54
Jj_\how to set nymgo in ubuntu18:54
sattu94Grominx_: yes,18:54
Jj_?18:54
Grominx_sattu94: do you understand the difference between a movie and real life?18:55
zykotick9!ot | Grominx_ sattu9418:55
ubottuGrominx_ sattu94: #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!18:55
IdleOne!ot | Grominx_18:55
ubottuGrominx_: #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!18:55
ubuntuslowand none of the fori was helpful18:55
Jj_how to set nymgo account in ekiga18:55
Zuckerbergvarikonniemi: Not really facebook zuckerberg...!!!!!!118:56
oCeanZuckerberg: please stay on topic. This channel is for ubuntu support only18:57
Planetaryalright, so i think my on board Ethernet failed ( its know to do that on that board) I found an old pci card and put it in and disables the on board one. the card lights up but doesnt connect. would the card be not supported or do i ahve to switch to it?18:57
CaBlGuYhey guys, I need help re installing grub..  can someone walk me through that please?18:57
CaBlGuYif I do find /boot/grub/stage1 I get Error 15; File not found :-/18:57
ZuckerbergGrominx : How ca you say that I m Not using MAC18:58
vichyHello everyone18:58
oCeanZuckerberg: please drop the discussion and move on18:58
zykotick9!grub2 | CaBlGuY have you seen this?18:58
ubottuCaBlGuY have you seen this?: GRUB2 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/Grub2 - See !grub1 for releases before Karmic (9.10)18:58
ZuckerbergoCean: kk..no more  disturbance......go ahead18:59
CaBlGuYzykotick9,  I'll take a look at it, thanks..18:59
vichyI gave tried to install Gnome3 on my latest ubuntu version but now I am getting white screen after boot. I was using these comands http://pastebin.com/0tVHVS9j19:00
IdleOne!gnome3 | vichy19:01
ubottuvichy: Gnome 3 is not currently supported on Ubuntu. A PPA for natty is available at https://launchpad.net/~gnome3-team/+archive/gnome3 but these packages are EXPERIMENTAL and UNSTABLE, will break Unity and possibly other parts of your system, and cannot be downgraded safely.19:01
xanguavichy: happends when you use unstable and unsuported repositories ;)19:01
vichyI never thought that unstable packages can damage system so badly19:02
CaBlGuYthanks zykotick9 worked like a charm!!  :-)19:08
viktyr_korimirI'm trying to install Mupen64 using the Ubuntu software center from the getdeb repository. The software center says that it is installed, but when I click on "Applications" it only lists Mupen64 as an app available to install.19:08
viktyr_korimirI can remove it and re-install it as many times as I want, but I can't actually run it.19:08
zykotick9CaBlGuY, nice work!  glad to help.19:09
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g0rshas anybody tried gnome 3? are there issues with security with it?19:11
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antcwho is the name of the ubuntu spanish cnhanel?19:12
Polahg0rs: No, on 11.04 there are issues with it breaking GNOME and Unity. It's highly unstable. It will be supported with the release of 11.1019:12
Polahantc: #ubuntu-es19:12
antcthansk19:12
g0rsPolah: I'm using the previous version of gnome and its neat and stable19:13
Polahg0rs: GNOME2? That's stable.19:13
Anthony5230Bonsoir19:13
kingofswordshi, why does pulseaudio kill my audio in vlc even when not switched on?19:13
Anthony5230Quelqu'un qui parle français svp ? J'ain une petite question19:13
oCean!fr | Anthony523019:13
ubottuAnthony5230: Ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.19:13
psinghantc, #ubuntu-es19:13
garthounetanth0ny, oui?19:14
garthounetanth0ny519:14
garthounetAnthony5230, ouep?19:14
Anthony5230garthounet j'ai été sur le salon français19:14
garthounetje vois19:15
zykotick9kingofswords, in VLC: tool / preferences - audio, is Pulse selected for the output?19:15
kingofswordszykotick9, no oss or asla is selected19:21
zykotick9kingofswords, alsa doesn'19:21
kingofswordseverytime i change it it comes on until i fastfoward video19:21
zykotick9<sorry> kingofswords t like to share sometimes, but the need for pulse.  Why not try selecting Pulse to test?  Good luck.19:22
zykotick9s/but/thus/19:22
tsakytsaktsaki have made ssh connection to my server with parameter -X, but if run firefox & it will open my firefox what i have in local machine. i want to run firefox in remote pc / server19:22
kingofswordszykotick9, pulse unsyncs audio when i watch videos19:23
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kingofswordsbut ive just tried asla again and it seems ok at the mo....19:23
zykotick9kingofswords, with vlc?  that's surprising to me, i've run into that issue with mplayer sometimes, and have to use vlc.  sorry i don't have any suggestions for ya - good luck.19:24
magicblaze007on an ubuntu box when i issue the python command "G = networkx.generators.classic.grid_2d_graph(1700,1000)" , the output is "Killed" and python kills itself. It seems that the total memory on my box is 2G and that might be the problem. Is there a way to avoid this problem?19:24
kingofswordsis there an alternative to pulseaudio/? or does updating wine fix pulse bugs?19:24
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kingofswordszykotick9, thx19:24
magicblaze007is there an easy way to add more virtual memory to an ubuntu box?19:26
ActionParsnipmagicblaze007: make swap bigger, or use a swap file19:29
magicblaze007ActionParsnip: how can i use a swap file? any pointers? can it be done without reboot?19:29
magicblaze007my current /proc/swaps says: /dev/dm-2                               partition1048572525864-119:31
ActionParsnipmagicblaze007: its default in use, you just need to assign more partition size for swap19:32
ActionParsnipmagicblaze007: you can resize in liveCD19:33
ActionParsnipmagicblaze007: could just buy more actual ram, its dirt cheap19:33
antihoaxhi19:37
dAnjouhi, can i send a request from within my code? i have a reference of the flask app.19:48
dAnjouups19:48
amdx2hello world19:48
dAnjouthis is the correct one: can i upload files to ubuntu one without having them on any local host?19:49
guntbert!ubuntuone | dAnjou19:51
ubottudAnjou: Ubuntu One is a service where you can back up, store, sync and share your data with other Ubuntu One users - For more see https://one.ubuntu.com/ support and help available at #ubuntuone19:51
amdx2y want to make quake terminal to start automatic when ubuntu is start19:51
ActionParsnipamdx2: which DE do you use?19:51
ActionParsnipamdx2: gnome? kde? xfce?19:51
amdx2Quake terminal19:52
amdx2kde19:52
ActionParsnipamdx2: do you mean guake?19:52
Shirakawasunaamdx2: are you using yakuake?19:52
amdx2graphic interface19:52
amdx2no19:52
ActionParsnipamdx2: what is the output of:  which yakuake19:52
Shirakawasunaamdx2: yakuake is the KDE quake-like terminal19:52
amdx2guake terminal19:52
ActionParsnipShirakawasuna: lets do it that way ;)19:52
amdx2y am novice in ubuntu19:53
dAnjouguntbert: thanks19:53
ActionParsnipamdx2: ok, you do know there is yakuake which is kde based, guake will have pulled in a tonne of GTK libs19:53
guntbertdAnjou: Good luck :-)19:53
Shirakawasunaamdx2: do you know how to install new software?19:53
amdx2yes19:53
Shirakawasunaamdx2: cool. I recommend installing yakuake, since you're using KDE.19:54
ActionParsnipamdx2: if you want to use guake you can run:  ln -s `which guake` ~/.kde/Autostart/guake19:54
ActionParsnipamdx2: and it will run at boot19:54
Shirakawasunaamdx2: What ActionParsnip said is also true. Either way will work.19:54
* ActionParsnip does things the easy way :)19:55
amdx2command not found19:55
amdx2:(19:55
guntbert!who | amdx219:56
ubottuamdx2: 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 :)19:56
ActionParsnipamdx2: ok, run:  which guake     what is output?19:56
CheapshotIs it possible to force certain programs to open on a spesific workspace on Lubuntu, and how, if possible??19:56
ActionParsnipCheapshot: there is devilspie, you can grab gdevilspie from googlecode to configure it easier19:57
office1hello!19:58
amdx2ActionParsnip: -s command not found19:58
amdx2ActionParsnip: this is the output19:58
Shirakawasunaamdx2: it's probably a typo19:59
Shirakawasunaamdx2: ln -s `which guake` ~/.kde/Autostart/guake19:59
LucenutI am trying to install coldfusion 9 on ubuntu. I was following this nice tutorial until: http://jaminquimby.com/index.php/ubuntu-9/133-how-to-install-coldfusion-9-on-ubuntu-904-with-apache19:59
amdx2Shirakawasuna:  ??19:59
LucenutUntil we got to the openoffice directory.19:59
amdx2Shirakawasuna: y will try again19:59
LucenutUbuntu 11 doesn't have openoffice.20:00
office1Getting my whole office on Ubuntu. Pat me on the back...20:00
LucenutSo I'm stuck in this installer terminal and it keeps asking me for the directory for openoffice.org320:00
Barridusis there a way to force the left launcher bar to appear?  mine's been gone for a few minutes and it'd be inconvenient to reboot atm20:00
LucenutCan someone help?20:00
rhin0my main apps now are pygame ... browsers javascript ... python20:01
office1So how do I enforce computer policy? I'm pretty much the network admin now...20:01
rhin0a database backend (openqm)20:01
amdx2Shirakawasuna: not working20:01
* JAFO_ pats office1 on back20:01
rhin0async comms20:01
Shirakawasunaamdx2: type `which guake`20:01
amdx2ok20:01
rhin0greasemonkey :)20:01
Jake2If you accidentally gave root a password, how do you change it back to "as installed"?20:01
amdx2is work when type the command `which guake`20:02
rhin0why doesn't debian just adopt "sudo" -- that would be tiring20:02
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Shirakawasunaamdx2: does it say something like /usr/bin/guake?20:03
OerHeksJake afaik you cannot accidently give root a password. how did you manage to do that ?20:03
icerootrhin0: ?20:03
guntbertJake2: see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo20:03
Shirakawasunaoffice1: enforce it how?20:03
JAFO_office1, http://linux.about.com/od/ubusrv_doc/a/ubusg33t11.htm20:04
Jake2OerHeks: don't remember--weeks ago; was a command line attempt to change primary account and left something out of the command so it operated on root account and gave it the pwd I was trying to put on a different user20:04
Shirakawasunaamdx2: what do you mean?20:05
Shirakawasunaerr20:05
amdx2Shirakawasuna: no its not say nothing is execute the quake terminal20:05
Shirakawasunaamdx2: got it20:05
ActionParsnipamdx2: the command is:   ln -s `which guake` ~/.kde/Autostart/guake20:05
Shirakawasunaamdx2: It's probably still a typo, then20:06
ActionParsnipLucenut: uninstall openoffice first, then do it20:06
Shirakawasunaamdx2: copy + paste the command ActionParsnip listed, don't type it out20:06
Jake2guntbert: thanks; ansr is there: "If for some reason you have enabled your root account and wish to disable it again, use the following command in terminal...sudo passwd -dl root"20:06
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guntbertJake2: yes, I know :-)20:07
amdx2No such file or directory20:08
amdx2ActionParsnip: this is the output for comand20:09
amdx2ln: creating symbolic link `/home/amdx2/.kde/Autostart/guake': No such file or directory20:09
ActionParsnipamdx2: ok which app did you install? guake, tilda or yakuake?20:09
amdx2guake20:09
yacoovamdx2 install first quake terminal20:09
amdx2is best yakuake?20:09
amdx2but is instaled20:10
ActionParsnipamdx2: its kde based so will not need GTK deps, if you have other Gnome apps installed then its ok20:10
amdx2hmm20:10
ActionParsnipamdx2: ok run:  mkdir ~/.kde/Autostart ; ln -s `which guake` ~/.kde/Autostart/guake20:10
ActionParsnipamdx2: run that all as ONE command20:11
SlartibartGrub2 stops in command line mode when I boot. ls (hd0,1)/boot/grub/ works, and makes sense as there's one disk with multiple partitions. According to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2#A.27.27grub.3E.27.27_Prompt_Booting I should then type "linux /vmlinuz root=/dev/sda1 ro" but this is where I get stuck, "error: no such disk". Any obvious errors?20:11
tylerlwhat's ubuntu's mechanism for managing startup scripts? (i.e. equivalent to chkconfig)20:11
ActionParsnip!boot20:11
ubottuBoot 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/SmartBootManagerHowto20:11
amdx2oot@amdx2-System-Product-Name:/home/amdx2#  mkdir ~/.kde/Autostart ; ln -s `which guake` ~/.kde/Autostart/guake20:11
amdx2mkdir: cannot create directory `/root/.kde/Autostart': No such file or directory20:11
amdx2ln: creating symbolic link `/root/.kde/Autostart/guake': No such file or directory20:11
amdx2root@amdx2-System-Product-Name:/home/amdx2#20:11
amdx2oot@amdx2-System-Product-Name:/home/amdx2#  mkdir ~/.kde/Autostart ; ln -s `which guake` ~/.kde/Autostart/guake20:11
ActionParsnipamdx2: kde also has a startup app manager you can use instead if you want20:11
FloodBot1amdx2: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.20:11
amdx2mkdir: cannot create directory `/root/.kde/Autostart': No such file or directory20:11
amdx2ln: creating symbolic link `/root/.kde/Autostart/guake': No such file or directory20:11
amdx2root@amdx2-System-Product-Name:/home/amdx2#20:12
ActionParsnipamdx2: why are you running that as root?20:12
amdx2ActionParsnip: :)20:12
amdx2ActionParsnip: because is logged20:13
Barridusis there a way to force the left launcher bar to appear?  mine's been gone for a few minutes and it'd be inconvenient to reboot atm20:13
Shirakawasunaaww, xubuntu beta installer crahsed in virtualbox20:14
cdh473_how long does it take to learn to use QT?20:14
amdx2ActionParsnip: restart the pc BRB20:14
ActionParsnipBarridus: run:  unity --replace20:14
sogeking99hey guys, i am trying to install ubuntu, what partitions should i make?20:15
ThibArseeniK hello20:15
rabbarooDid update yesterday morning. When rebooted, do not get gui only terminal screen. How to fix?20:15
sogeking99and sizes20:15
ArseeniKHello here20:15
Thib:')20:15
ArseeniK(a)20:16
Grominx_rabbaroo: im going to need to know more than that20:17
rabbarooOkay Grominx what do ou need?20:17
sogeking99?20:18
CheapshotDoes anyone know howto customize the lubuntu-netbook "launcher" menus??20:18
Grominx_rabbaroo: what happens when you try to update gnome?20:18
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admin1can anyone help me with cloning Ubuntu workstation to a HDD not the same size.. Thanks20:21
rabbarooAll I get is terminal screen. Have to choose an earlier version to start gui. Tried to update from package manager after that, and says I am up to date. It was a package manager window came up and I clicked install.20:21
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Seveasadmin1, rsync is your friend20:21
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sogeking99says the minimum partition i can make is 1.2tb?! i only want to make it sbout 20gb20:21
admin1we have around 900+ workstation with misc sized HDD to clone..20:21
Shirakawasunaadmin1: I recommend rsync. rsync -avz --progress --numeric-ids20:21
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fx_Vaderhey guys, someone sent me a friend request on WLM on empathy. I saw the notification but how do I accept the request??20:21
Shirakawasunawow, 900+20:21
shubham_rathiwhere i can get the source code of calculator application that came default in ununtu??20:22
Shirakawasunaadmin1: with that many machines, you probably want a proper solution designed for that kind of stuff. Do you have dedicated sysadmins?20:22
rabbarooTried to edit the menu.lst file, but says not found.Do not know how to update in terminal.20:22
Seveasshubham_rathi, apt-get source gnome-calculator20:22
rabbaroodo not know how to updat in terminal.20:22
admin1we are a non-profit organisation that will be shipping 900+ pcs... I am the admin... we where supposed to have all the same size hdd...20:23
admin1just trying to puzzle it out.20:23
Grominx_rabbaroo: have you tried googling20:23
shubham_rathiseveas its coming unable to find source package for gnome calculator20:24
Grominx_rabbaroo: what happens when you type sudo apt-get update20:24
ActionParsniprabbaroo: what are you trying to do?20:24
rabbarooI can do that I guess, thought this was my best shot at an answer tho.20:25
sogeking99anyone able to help me?20:25
travis0hi. i think my framebuffer has incorrect settings. when booting in single or multiuser i get a blank screen after 'waiting for /dev to populate' (not even getting to logon in single user without acpi=off, much less the gui). tried fbset -depth 24 because this is a super old laptop (intel 830M graphics) and fbset says it's trying 32b, how do i restart the framebuffer to try this?20:25
ActionParsnipsogeking99: are you dual booting?20:25
admin1is there an alternative to clonezilla that let you clone on larger and smaller size than the image was created..20:25
BostXhi guys. Im sitting in a youth hostel trying to connect my ubuntu box to the inet20:25
sogeking99yeah20:25
ActionParsnipsogeking99: with which OS?20:25
shubham_rathiits comingE: Unable to find a source package for gnome-calculator seveas20:25
sogeking99well no actually, i lost the HDD with windows20:26
momciloshubham_rathi, try checking your sources.list, there should be appropriate deb-src line20:26
sogeking99so i am installing ubuntu on it20:26
ActionParsnipsogeking99: is the drive partitioned at all?20:26
shubham_rathimomcilo means??20:26
maiklshi. why would ubuntu show my cpu as 800mhz if it 1,6ghz? :/20:26
BostXit's an unprotected network with web interface... (it works under win) but how to access it under ubuntu?20:26
shubham_rathimomcilo please can u explain in detail?20:26
momcilo/etc/apt/sources.lists20:26
sogeking99no its my 2tb HDD, just video files20:26
mongymaikls: cpu freq changer20:26
momcilocheck the content of that file20:26
Seveasshubham_rathi, it's gcalctool, sorry20:27
shubham_rathiok20:27
ActionParsnipsogeking99: you should be able to resie ntfs in the live cd, use gparted20:27</