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|DM|ubottu: you didn00:00
|DM|'t say my name right00:00
damo22craigbass1976, you should not use the partitions for recovery00:00
zykotick9evilgeenius: so you can't get to a GUI?00:00
Horroreyeshas anyone an idea how to fix that?00:00
damo22craigbass1976, you are looking for files that may cross the boundary of the newly created partitions00:00
evilgeeniuszykotick9: I get a black screen.  I've just installed ubuntu.  Seems like a problem with my graphics drivers, but not sure exactly.00:00
zykotick9!nomodeset | evilgeenius00:01
ubottuevilgeenius: A common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter00:01
damo22craigbass1976, in that case you need to read the whole disk00:01
aBound!chmod | aBound00:01
ubottuaBound, please see my private message00:01
ThOr101How do I reset which session manager the system uses?00:01
ThOr101from GDM to lightDM00:01
evilgeeniuszykotick9: LIke I said I can't edit the boot parameters.00:01
ActionParsnipHorroreyes: you can still use the password (assumiing you know it)00:01
zykotick9evilgeenius: i can't help then, good luck.00:02
ActionParsnipThOr101: sudo apt-get --reinstall install lightdm00:02
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aBoundIs there any ubuntu channel for testing things out in?00:02
ThOr101ActionParsnip: tried that, it didn't give me the "choose your session manager" screen I expected (the ncurses thing)00:02
ActionParsnipThOr101: sudo dpkg-reconfigure lightdm      maybe00:03
aBound!pastebin | aBound00:03
ubottuaBound, please see my private message00:03
ThOr101ahh, yeah00:03
damo22craigbass1976, how big is the whole /dev/sdb?00:04
damo22craigbass1976, i dont mean how much space do the files take up, i mean the size of the whole disk00:04
urfr332g0kingfisher64, have not seen any here the web might be a better source.00:04
craigbass1976damo22, 160gb.  sdc is 250, and I'm using less than 7g00:05
HorroreyesActionParsnip, I do know it, but it's not the right way to install things with otherones rights...00:05
urfr332g0kingfisher64, escapes me why you have not asked and not identified the printer00:06
ActionParsnipHorroreyes: if you have their password, why not...00:06
damo22craigbass1976, so why dont you dump the whole drive /dev/sdb to a file on /dev/sdc?00:06
craigbass1976damo22, I'm running sudo foremost -i /dev/sdb  I quit it after a couple of seconds, andsee all sorts of stuff in there, so I've started it again and will let it run a while.00:06
_MarcusHi00:07
damo22craigbass1976, i dont know how the foremost program works exactly, but i know for a fact that its safer to work with just an image of the damaged system rather than on the live one00:07
ActionParsnipcraigbass1976: i suggest you read the foremost man page00:08
stimoceiverhi00:08
_Marcusstimoceiver: Hello00:09
JacruthHi there, I'm trying to execute this shell script and I get an error: df_savegame_updater.sh: 3: function: not found  ------> http://paste.ubuntu.com/846610/00:09
stimoceiveris this channel for help only, or may one discuss other topics such as ubuntu advocacy or ubuntu project steering and decisionmaking? =)00:09
_MarcusJacruth: That's a bash problem. See #bash00:10
zykotick9!ot | stimoceiver00:10
ubottustimoceiver: #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!00:10
urfr332g0stimoceiver, no support is the channels job00:10
_Marcusstimoceiver: I believe this is for support only, #ubuntu-offtopic is for general Ubuntu or anything else.00:10
Jacruththanks _Marcus00:10
stimoceiverthanks ubottu _Marcus and urfr332g000:10
damo22craigbass1976, you would be better off doing dd if=/dev/sdb of=/path/to/new/file/on/sdc bs=51200:11
_Marcusstimoceiver: Ubottu is a bot.00:11
stimoceiveroops - it appears I meant to thank zykotick900:11
zykotick9stimoceiver: ;)00:11
stimoceiverbrain not keeping up with scroll, lol00:11
stimoceiverso my ubuntu question is (which may also be a suggestion)00:12
stimoceiveris there a way to queue more than one package for install in the ubuntu software center?00:12
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ActionParsnipstimoceiver: afaik,  just select them for install and they will install when the previous jib completes00:13
OerHeksstimoceiver, when installing package 1, you can continue selecting00:13
BlouBloustimoceiver: and if you want to do it faster, try Synaptic.00:14
ActionParsnipstimoceiver: or command line :)00:14
luigi_#join napoli00:14
stimoceiverThank you :)00:14
luigi_#join napoli00:14
BlouBlouluigi_: try /join #napoli00:15
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luigi_thanks00:15
ThOr101Looks like plymouthd is waiting to attach to a session, but a session isn't starting.  Soo... what starts a session?00:15
ThOr101I thought that it would be lightdm.  No?00:16
stimoceiverBlouBlou, OerHeks, ActionParsnip: I do already use synaptic, I was just wondering if there was an "Advanced Mode" to the Ubuntu Software Center. I like being able to create a job of a bunch of software installs and them commit them all at once.00:18
zykotick9stimoceiver: create a script?  "apt-get install foo1 foo2 foo3..."00:19
israelhi i'm using squid and i need to grant acces to a web but the restriction is that only that IP can do it, the proxy has users autentication any idea?00:19
BlouBlou!debian | israel00:20
ubottuisrael: Ubuntu and Debian are closely related. Ubuntu builds on the foundations of Debian architecture and infrastructure, with a different community and release process. See https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/installation-guide/i386/what-is-debian.html - Remember, !repositories meant for Debian should NOT be used on Ubuntu!00:20
_MarcusSquid isn't only for Debain, BlouBlou.00:21
danileigh79I closed a game that was in full screen, now my resolution is messed up, is there a cli command I can use to refresh my display?00:21
_Marcusdanileigh79: Did you try restarting your computer? That helps most of the time00:21
israelhi i'm using squid and i need to grant acces to a web but the restriction is that only that IP can do it, the proxy has users autentication any idea?00:22
zykotick9danileigh79: just logging out/in should work as well00:22
danileigh79_Marcus: I didn't want to have to reboot00:22
MaxHrHello, just installed latest ubu, is there a way to turn off the lock screen option when resuming from hibernate or suspend?00:22
_Marcusisrael: I don't know anything about using Squid, but see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SquidGuard and you may get some help there.00:22
tony_Hey guys00:23
tony_For those of you who remember me, I'm back00:23
danileigh79_Marcus: Never mind, went into display settings00:23
mtrd`hello, i'm trying to install freetuxtv, i run ./configure --prefix=/usr and then it checks the packages, gtk missing since i use xfce, but what is the package i need to install ?00:23
mtrd`http://pastebin.com/u34h1YXH here is the error00:23
danileigh79MaxHr: yes, in system settings00:23
_Marcusmtrd`: gtk.00:24
_Marcus!gtk | mtrd`00:24
ubottumtrd`: GTK is the !GIMP toolkit, which forms the base of !GNOME and is used by many applications to provide a !GUI00:24
_MarcusWel lthat wasn't helpful00:24
slinzexI have updated and now I see icons of applets missing on the top panel00:24
Ben64mtrd`: i'd guess libgtk2.0-dev00:24
danileigh79MaxHr: system settings>screen00:24
MaxHrdanileigh79, I alread turned off the option there for lock00:24
ActionParsnipmtrd`: not tried this ppa: https://launchpad.net/~freetuxtv/+archive/freetuxtv00:24
tony_Has anyone installed KDE's plasma desktop?00:25
ActionParsnipmtrd`: bit easier....?00:25
danileigh79MaxHr: Then you'll have to disable sign on password00:25
israelhi i'm using squid and i need to grant acces to a web but the restriction is that only that IP can do it, the proxy has users autentication any idea?00:25
danileigh79MaxHr: er, lemme rephrase, you'll have to turn on auto log in00:25
ActionParsnipmtrd`: any particular reason for compiling it?00:26
mtrd`ActionParsnip, just found the tarball first00:27
MaxHrdanileigh79, my system seems to logon by itself with no password already... I just installed two days ago and havent changed much00:27
ActionParsnipmtrd`: always search for ppas first00:27
mtrd`returns 404 error00:27
danileigh79MaxHr: if you have auto log in, and screen lock turned off, it should not be locking00:27
ActionParsnipmtrd`: what is the output of:  lsb_release -sc00:28
mtrd`oneiric00:28
ActionParsnipmtrd`: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:freetuxtv/freetuxtv; sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install freetuxtv00:28
MaxHrdanileigh79, any other ideas?  I just verified the settings you suggested, is this a bug in the newest ubuntu?00:28
mtrd`oh...00:29
mtrd`right, sorry00:29
danileigh79MaxHr: Not sure, I keep passwords on my system, I don't like to pwned lol00:29
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ActionParsnipmtrd`: why sorry?00:29
danileigh79MaxHr: let me look into it for a few00:29
mtrd`i ran sudo add-apt-repository http://ppa....00:29
ActionParsnipmtrd`: nar, you needed the ppa link off that page00:30
mtrd`ActionParsnip, yes, it's a bit late in here :)00:30
tony_Has anyone else has trouble with usb speakers?00:30
ActionParsnipmtrd`: :D00:30
rahdukeuhhh how do i increase font size and maype DPI?00:30
rahdukein 11.1000:30
rahdukedo i need gconf or ubuntu tweak or something00:31
tony_usb speakers? :300:31
tony_rahduke: you could probably find it in system settings00:31
rahduketony_: thats what i thought....00:31
terminhellrahduke: either option will work00:31
rahduketerminhell: its crazy its not in system settings00:32
danileigh79MaxHr: I found something, if you're ok wih completely disabling screen lock00:32
slinzexhelp me please I have gnome3 icons missing http://i009.radikal.ru/1202/7b/da788e31a957.png00:32
terminhellrahduke: gnome 3hasnt worked in a centralized method to configure themes yet.00:32
Ranga17971hi, i just trued to run ubuntu iff a boot disk i made and ig comes up with a.purplrscreen. when i click space a menu appears but ndeither try it or install works. ir just voed tl the 4 dot loading screen for 5mins thdn a dodgy maze looking thing. (im on windows 7 + Asus G51Jx laptop) can anyonf help?)00:32
MaxHrdanileigh79, yes, that would be fine with me thx00:32
rahduketerminhell: im using unity00:33
danileigh79MaxHr: copy, and paste this into terminal gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.lockdown disable-lock-screen 'true'00:33
Ranga17971sotry for spelling im on phone00:33
ActionParsniprahduke: I do it in xorg.conf myself :)00:33
ActionParsnipRanga17971: did you MD5 test the ISO you used?00:33
_MarcusRanga17971: As long as it looks like your speaking English, it's fine :)00:33
rahdukeActionParsnip: thats a recipe for disaster with me, i judge how good a distro is by how little i need to use xorg.conf00:34
terminhellwhy?00:34
ActionParsniprahduke: some setups need it, especially with displays not reporting EDID00:34
terminhellheh, arch would be your nightmare00:34
tony_Can someone help me with an issue I have with usb speakers? It seems like sound problems are the norm in linux distro's sadly...00:34
ActionParsniprahduke: if that is missing then it will be the same in any distro00:34
Ben64does this not work anymore? http://www.howtolearnlinux.com/2009/06/03/how-to-increase-dpi-in-ubuntu/00:34
Ranga17971im a rookie not too surre what md5 tedt is but i did do thr disk check.on menu00:35
ActionParsniptony_: are the USB speakers set as the output devices? Personally I'd just avoid them00:35
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tony_ActionParsnip: Yes, they are so temperamental. If I restart, they sometimes work00:36
Ranga17971and the check said no errors00:36
ActionParsnipRanga17971: MD5 testing isn't Ubuntu specific, or even Linux specific00:36
tony_ActionParsnip: In fact, sometimes I can output sound and sometimes I can't00:36
ActionParsnip!md5 | Ranga1797100:36
ubottuRanga17971: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows00:36
ActionParsnipRanga17971: ahh thats cool, only a good ISO can make a good CD :)00:37
ActionParsnipRanga17971: what video chip do you use?00:37
Ranga17971Nvidia gforce 1gb dedicated00:38
ActionParsnipRanga17971: try the boot option:  nouvea.blacklist=100:38
Ranga17971hlw would i.go by that00:39
ActionParsnip!bootoption00:41
ubottuFor a list and explanation on some of the boot options, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions See also !nomodeset.00:41
Ranga17971sorry i am a little bit of a rookie with os/boot things00:41
mrd_i need help00:42
cfhowlett!ask|mrd_00:42
ubottumrd_: 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. :-) See also !patience00:42
mrd_iam not able to update00:42
mrd_its showing some error00:42
_Marcusmrd_: What is the error?00:42
israelhi i'm using squid and i need to grant acces to a web but the restriction is that only that IP can do it, the proxy has users autentication any idea?00:42
_Marcusmrd_: Pastebin it please00:42
cfhowlettmrd_   "some error" doesn't help plz paste it up so we can see00:42
mrd_thae cation would require the installation of package from not authenticaed00:43
mrd_source00:43
_Marcusmrd_: The exact error please.00:43
cfhowlett!paste|mrd_00:43
ubottumrd_: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imagebin.org/?page=add | !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.00:43
mrd_thae cation would require the installation of package from not authenticaed source this is the error00:43
tommasocarnazz00:44
tommasolist00:44
tommasolist!00:44
tommaso!list00:44
ubottuThis is not a file sharing channel (or network); be sure to read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».00:44
mrd_cfhowlet the action would require the installation of package from not authenticaed source this is the error00:44
_Marcusmrd_: I see spelling errors, which means you copied it with the clipboard in your mind. Use the clipboard on the computer, please.00:45
cfhowlettmrd_   use paste.  Makes it easier for ALL of us.00:45
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israelhi i'm using squid and i need to grant acces to a web but the restriction is that only that IP can do it, the proxy has users autentication any idea?00:45
mrd_ the action would require the installation of package from not authenticaed source ****this is the eeor00:45
_Marcusisrael: If no one is able to help on the IRC channel(since you've been here awhile, and no one has), try http://askubuntu.com/00:46
mrd_ the action would require the installation of package from not authenticaed source ****this is the error00:46
_Marcusmrd_: What command are you using to get this error?00:46
motherbrainI am running the dude (network mapper on linux thru wine) got the gui up but it won't map my network say's the username is invalid ?00:46
mrd_iam using update manager00:46
mrd_to update daily updates00:46
cfhowlett!paste|mrd_00:47
ubottumrd_: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imagebin.org/?page=add | !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.00:47
_Marcusmrd_: Oh. Is this error stopping you from installing?00:47
motherbrainhow can I fix this so I can map the network?00:47
BitmessI installed 10.04 on a thumb drive.  I set my home folder to 1 GB and would now like to make it larger.  How ca I do this?00:47
mrd_yes00:47
mrd_in the error message their is a detail in that00:47
_Marcusmrd_: It looks like a harmless message. I don't know why it would stop you. Just uncheck the update that is making this error appear.00:47
mrd_this is written ****firefox firefox-globalmenu firefox-gnome-support firefox-locale-en flashplugin-downloader flashplugin-installer google-chrome-stable gzip libnux-1.0-0 libnux-1.0-common libpng12-0 libsvn1 linux-headers-3.0.0-16 linux-headers-3.0.0-16-generic linux-image-3.0.0-16-generic linux-libc-dev nux-tools python-pkg-resources thunderbird thunderbird-globalmenu thunderbird-gnome-support update-manager update-manager-core xserver-xorg-video-intel00:47
_Marcus!paste | mrd_00:48
ubottumrd_: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imagebin.org/?page=add | !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.00:48
ActionParsnipBitmess: you can resize partitions in liveCD/USB using Gparted00:48
ActionParsnipmrd_: use a pastebin please00:48
ActionParsnipmotherbrain: how do you 'map a network' exactly. What does it achieve?00:49
BitmessActionParsnip, It looks like my home folder is some kind of loop device and doesn't appear in Gparted.00:49
mrd_iam not able to update00:49
motherbrainit usually is done thru ICMP packets the same as traceroute does it00:49
ActionParsnipBitmess: oh, did you use wubi?00:49
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_Marcusmrd_: Listen please. We would like all the information we can get. Please put all the information in a paste, you can paste here: http://paste.ubuntu.com/00:49
motherbraina network mapper is something that allows you to visually see what the topology of your network looks like00:50
Ben64motherbrain: you should find some linux alternative to do that instead of a windows program00:50
ActionParsnipmotherbrain: but what does it achieve, like a network map, like a street map?00:50
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Lintwhat is the reasoning behing grub1.9900:50
_MarcusLint: Updates?00:50
motherbrainyes it allows you to see how your network is structured it is like a road map to have an analogy00:50
ActionParsnipLint: reasoning in what way?00:50
ActionParsnipmotherbrain: I see, nice. Is it listed in the wine appdb00:51
BitmessActionParsnip, No, I used the option during install to install to a USB device. My home folder is mounted as /dev/loop1. I00:51
motherbrainIf their is any good network mapper alternatives that are as good as the dude then I am all ears for linux?00:51
mrd_can any one say channel where i can get hackers to help me00:51
_Marcusmrd_: What do you mean by "hackers"?00:51
ActionParsnipmrd_: try ##networking00:51
mrd_thanks00:52
Lintthere was good unixway grub where you had menu file to edit. now it's gone and this abomination with config directories is in, why?00:52
ActionParsnipLint: old grub had a lot of shortcomings, grub2 solves them00:53
cfhowlettLint   things change...including distros.00:53
motherbrainwell http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?bIsQueue=false&bIsRejected=false&sClass=application&sTitle=Browse+Applications&iItemsPerPage=25&iPage=1&sOrderBy=appName&bAscending=true00:53
motherbrainIt shows that it is in the appdb for wine00:53
ActionParsnipLint: its not that hard to configure. Just because something is different doesn't make it an abomination00:54
_Marcusmotherbrain: What does "mapping a network" do?00:54
ActionParsnip_Marcus: makes a graphical representation of the LAN00:54
_MarcusActionParsnip: Oh00:54
motherbrainBut getting it working is another thing .... I am up for suggestions if anybody knows of any equivalent linux version00:55
BitmessMy home folder is mounted as /dev/loop1 I would like to resize my home folder. How?00:55
ActionParsnip!info zenmap00:55
motherbraincurrently I could switch over to windows machine or do it thru virtualbox but I kind of want this ability on my linux machine not thru other obscure ways00:56
ActionParsnipmotherbrain: http://linuxers.org/article/draw-your-networks-topology-using-zenmap00:56
ubottuzenmap (source: nmap): The Network Mapper Front End. In component universe, is extra. Version 5.21-1.1 (oneiric), package size 489 kB, installed size 2400 kB00:56
motherbrainanybody know how what the problem is.... or an alternative00:56
_Marcus!zenmap00:57
_MarcusIntresting. I found this: http://packages.ubuntu.com/oneiric/zenmap yet it doesn't know zenmap00:57
ActionParsnipzenmap is in the universe repo00:57
ActionParsnipmotherbrain: how come I could find that? I connect to the same internet you are...00:57
motherbrainok, I used to use that for portscanning but I see they include the ability to do network mapping ... don' t know how good it will be hopefully it is as good as what the dude can do00:58
federated_lifeI have 8gb installed, dmidecode show 2 slots with 4gb each...but free -m only shows 4gb, anyone have ideas?00:59
BitmessActionParsnip, I think losetup will do it for me.00:59
Tweakhello everyone. when i boot into ubuntu i get only a text login and shell only. my /var/log/Xorg.0.log http://paste.ubuntu.com/846658/ my /var/log/Xorg.0.log.old any help is appreciated, thank you in advance00:59
ActionParsnipTweak: uninstall fglrx, then reboot, then reinstall it01:00
motherbrainis their anyway you can get zenmap to map some stuff out side of your local domain ?01:00
TweakActionParsnip: ok i will go try that now. thank you sir!01:00
_Marcusfederated_life: Are you on 32 bit or 64 bit?01:02
federated_life64bit01:02
motherbrainbasically is their any software out their that can map WAN ?01:02
federated_lifeI had 6GB and put another 4GB stick in, but now free -m only show 4gb01:02
_Marcusmotherbrain: Zenmap. ActionParsnip gave you a link.01:03
_Marcusmotherbrain: [19:56] <ActionParsnip> motherbrain: http://linuxers.org/article/draw-your-networks-topology-using-zenmap01:03
* ActionParsnip shrugs01:04
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motherbrainyes and ActionParsnip link works fine for my local domain was wondering if their is software to map some outside WAN domain structures because the zenmap doesn't really do a good job at this ... their has to be better software out their for visually mapping the network...I agree though it is the best portscanner or at least the top one01:05
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ActionParsnipmotherbrain: tell your router / switch to let ICMP through and it will go outside. WANs don't have domains, only subnets01:06
ekalavyahey01:08
_MarcusHello, ekalavya01:08
motherbrainTemporarily , I disconnected from the router and directly plugged into the modem so thier is no router firewall blocking ICMP packets....etc so I don't know why it is not really show the complete structure... I know alot is missing it only shows my computer and the one website computer I know I am missing alot of structure... how to fix what is the cause01:09
ekalavyahello Marcus01:09
motherbrainIf they are blocking ICMP packets maybe I can use some other packets or something like http ...but that would restrict to site that have webpages01:10
ekalavyaam new to bopth irc and ubuntu01:10
_Marcus!root | WhiteEye01:10
ubottuWhiteEye: 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/RootSudo01:10
_MarcusWut. I thought it was a warning about using root on the internet01:10
Flannel!rootirc01:11
zykotick9!rootirc01:11
ubottuIt's not technically our business, but we'd like to tell you that IRC'ing as root is a Very Bad Idea (tm). After all, doing anything as root when root is not needed is bad, and especially bad with software that connects to the Internet.01:11
_MarcusOh.01:11
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listerdoes ubuntu give the user root status01:12
lister?01:12
cfhowlett!sudo|lister01:12
ubottulister: sudo is a command to run command-line programs with superuser privileges ("root") (also see !cli). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for more information. For graphical applications see !gksu (GNOME, Xfce), or !kdesudo (KDE). If you're unable to execute commands with sudo see: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/fixsudo01:12
_MarcusWhy can't I use "cd" with sudo?01:13
Bitmess!losetup|lister01:13
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heinz_Marcus: because the change is lost after sudo returns01:13
_Marcusheinz: Oh.01:14
hauxgrub2 is not detecting that Windows is installed when I do grub-update or when I use any other application to configure it. How the hell do I fix this?01:14
motherbrainanybody know of linux software to map a wan01:15
magic_ninja!media server01:15
Ben64motherbrain: you've been told multiple times01:15
truexfan81can anyone recommend a DE? the main things i do with my pc are watch video, and bit torrent01:15
ActionParsniplister: just run:  sudo -i    and you are done, running:   exit    will change you back to your user01:15
magic_ninjamotherbrain, http://www.google.com/#hl=en&biw=1440&bih=711&sclient=psy-ab&q=ubuntu+network+mapper&pbx=1&oq=ubuntu+network+mapper&aq=f&aqi=g1g-bq3&aql=&gs_sm=3&gs_upl=820l4832l0l5023l23l14l1l8l8l0l151l1220l11.3l23l0&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=d272a33775ff33c401:15
motherbrainit doesn't work very well01:16
magic_ninjaoh yea its in PM now i think01:16
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MK`Weird question but, do any of you know if the (very) old DOS programs like SQ have been ported to linux?01:16
ActionParsniptruexfan81: lxde is nice and light :)01:16
agentgasmaskHi all. Does anyone know what the linux support for a card like this is? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E1681415057401:16
cfhowlettMK`   probably not ...01:16
ActionParsnipMK`: could run it in dosbox01:16
ActionParsnipMK`: what is SQ?01:16
MK`it was DOS's zip program back in the day01:17
zykotick9ActionParsnip: i'm quessing SQ = Space Quest?01:17
cfhowlettagentgasmask   see http://www.linux-drivers.org/01:17
truexfan81i guess i left out i use dual monitors with xineramma01:17
damo22MK`, you have an old archive you want to uncompress?01:17
MK`damo22 yeah, I guess I will have to use dosbox and find the program somewhere01:18
ActionParsnipMK`: why not use unp or one of the gui apps if you want to manipulate archives.?01:18
truexfan81i like lxde but for some reason it won't work with my display setup01:18
_MarcusMK`: And nothing else will unzip it?01:18
damo22i used to use ARJ compression in dos01:18
MK`no :P it's ok, I will try dosbox.01:18
ActionParsniptruexfan81: XFCE, KDE and Gnome are all fine. XFCE is the lightest of those 301:19
mrdebhi01:19
trismMK`: SQ works nearly perfectly in scummvm01:19
truexfan81alright thanks01:19
agentgasmaskcfhowlett: Thanks. I'll check it out.01:20
MK`nice, thanks01:20
MK`these kinds of files :P http://www.commodore.ca/manuals/funet/cpm/archivers/compress.txt01:20
damo22craigbass1976, i have a feeling your running job is not going to recover anything due to the command line args you used01:20
trismMK`: oh sorry, thought you meant space quest, I should have look closer01:22
shadowlightininghey good fellas01:23
cfhowlettshadowlightining   greetings01:23
shadowlightiningsomeone here can help me?01:24
shadowlightininghow i run hoic in ubuntu?01:24
cfhowlett!ask|shadowlightining01:24
ubottushadowlightining: 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. :-) See also !patience01:24
ActionParsnip!info  hoic01:24
ubottuPackage hoic does not exist in oneiric01:24
shadowlightiningi saw...i tried to install by terminal...but dont exist01:25
_Marcus__shadowlightning: There are better software out there that are for Linux. You need to run HOIC in Wine.01:25
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shadowlightiningwhat software similar with hoic?01:26
OerHekswe DO NOT support HOIC ddos tools, shadowlightining01:26
OerHeksshadowlightining, better join #backtrack if you really want to know01:26
Ben64its illegal to use maliciously in many countries01:26
_MarcusIt's good for testing.01:27
shadowlightiningOerHeks: thanks01:27
almoxarifeBen64: there are countries where software i take for granted is illegal, so where is the 'line'?01:29
damo22wth why would anyone want to send packets of random data to stop someones internet from working properly01:29
Ben64most places its illegal to intentionally try to disable someone's services01:29
Ben64quite different than other "illegal" things, like encryption01:30
_MarcusWhy would encryption be illegal?01:30
damo22_Marcus, because then NSA and CIA cant break your code01:30
damo22and they dont like it01:31
_Marcusdamo22: Encryption isn't illegal in the US, is it?01:31
damo22no idea01:31
heinz_Marcus: ask the French why they outlawed it in the 90s01:31
OerHeks_Marcus, backtrack & tools are illegal in Germany and many countrys01:31
Ben64_Marcus: nope not in the USA01:32
_Marcusheinz: How do I contact the French government?01:32
damo22_Marcus, probably good to address them in French, they dont like foreigners01:32
hauxDoes /dev/sda2 translate to (hd0,2) ?01:32
damo22:P01:33
_Marcusdamo22: Then I'll address them in Hungarian.01:33
Ben64haux: probably not, grub counts from 001:33
OerHekshaux, no hd0,1 ( hd0,0 - drive 1 )01:33
damo22_Marcus, haha01:33
jalc'est pas drole01:33
hauxOk, thank you.01:34
ActionParsnipdoesn't grub2 count from 101:34
zykotick9jal: i agree01:34
jal:)01:34
ActionParsnipapparently not01:34
sushubinhello,I'm using the ubuntu 10.04  and I have a ralink rt2573 usb wireless card , but the driver rt73usb/rt2x00/rt2501 don't work for it! How to solve the problem?01:35
damo22well i thought it was funny01:35
zykotick9damo22: racism and prejudice is never funny01:36
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ActionParsnipsushubin: does it work in Oneiric liveCD?01:36
imancany ferm users here able to look at some broken rules?01:37
sushubinActionParsnip: I don't test it in Oneiric liveCD01:38
MeXTuXMy wireless USB adapter WUSB54G v4 is not working on Ubuntu 11.10. The funny thing is that I also have a WUSB54GC and it does work. Is there a problem with WUSB54G v4 wireless adapter???01:38
ActionParsnipsushubin: the newer kernel and drivers may help01:38
ActionParsnipMeXTuX: what chip does it use?01:39
sushubinActionParsnip: any other suggestions?01:39
logMeXTuX: sudo apt-get install linux-firmware-nonfree01:39
MeXTuXI think WUSB54G uses a rt2570 chipset01:40
urfr332g0MeXTuX, a bit of a discussion here. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=149914901:40
_MarcusWhy is my installation sitting at "Restoring previously installed packages"?01:40
urfr332g0_Marcus, little more context?01:41
ActionParsnipMeXTuX: run:   lsusb    use the 8 character hex id to find guides01:42
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leo-unglaubhi, can you tell me why my applications look so funny? i have the nvidia driver installed: http://img7.imagebanana.com/img/xv310auw/Auswahl_004.jpeg01:46
ActionParsnipleo-unglaub: looks fine, how should it look? what is it?01:47
_MarcusIs it the fading on the sides of the text?01:47
leo-unglaubActionParsnip: normyls there is no grey background..there is normaly transparency01:47
leo-unglauball my applications have this funny background01:48
leo-unglauband i don't get why01:48
ActionParsnipleo-unglaub: what app isit?01:49
cfhowlettleo-unglaub   looks normal here.  in fact, I'm envious that your gpu enables that level of visual effects.01:49
leo-unglaubthats what it normaly looks like: http://lh5.ggpht.com/_1QSDkzYY2vc/TPU2hBgbPDI/AAAAAAAACYA/H6hUtwBeGMU/s2000/synapse-o.png01:49
leo-unglaubi have the problem in synapse, gedit, gparted01:49
cfhowlettleo-unglaub   you changed the background.01:49
ActionParsnipleo-unglaub: what app is it?01:50
leo-unglaubActionParsnip: synapse01:50
ActionParsnip!info synapse01:50
ubottusynapse (source: synapse): semantic file launcher. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.2.6-0ubuntu3 (oneiric), package size 421 kB, installed size 1728 kB01:50
leo-unglaubin a forum i read that i have to enalbe compiz to get my normal backgrounds back01:50
urfr332g0leo-unglaub, you running unity?01:50
leo-unglaubcan this be true?01:50
leo-unglauburfr332g0: yes01:51
urfr332g0leo-unglaub, yes unity is aplugin in compiz.01:51
urfr332g0leo-unglaub, looks to be missing the compositing in compiz for synapse to look right, I think.01:52
urfr332g0leo-unglaub, this 12.04?01:53
leo-unglauburfr332g0: no, i tryed it but i had huge problems with multiple monitors...so i switched back to01:53
leo-unglaubtrying 12.04 is the reasion why i am reinstalling :)01:53
urfr332g0leo-unglaub, try gnome 3 maybe?01:54
leo-unglauburfr332g0: i did, but the gnome shell sucks01:54
leo-unglaubi want to see what my tools are doing and not my computer hiding icons all the time01:55
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brerrabbitis there a netbook version of 11.10?01:55
urfr332g0brerrabbit, not really.01:55
zykotick9brerrabbit: as Unity is now default for desktop, it's kinda unrequired - so no01:55
brerrabbitthe only one listed on the alternate download page is 10.04 and even that link is broken01:55
brerrabbitzykotick9: unrequired?01:56
leo-unglauburfr332g0: gconftool-2 -s --type bool /apps/metacity/general/compositing_manager true <- that fixed my problem01:56
leo-unglaubthanks !01:56
spaceneedleDoes the 3.0.0-16-generic kernel contain the ASPM power regression fix?01:56
urfr332g0leo-unglaub, cool you using the fallback?01:56
zykotick9brerrabbit: the netbook version was just a different UI, now that UI is default for Desktop as well01:56
hydesterhow do i fix boot failing to initramfs prompt?  i tried mounting /root and /root/boot and /dev, etc. and did update-initramfs -u and it still hasn't helped01:56
brerrabbiti just installed 11.10 on my wifes netbook and it filled the entire drive :/01:56
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cfhowlettbrerrabbit   shrink windows first?01:57
leo-unglauburfr332g0: the gnome3 fallback? yeah...but after i heared they wannt to skip the fallback mode...01:57
urfr332g0brerrabbit, how big is the drive, install should be about 3 gigs01:57
leo-unglauburfr332g0: i am working with linux for more thant 8 years...but i never hat problems like the gnome shell before..01:57
* leo-unglaub wants the good old gnome2 back01:57
sswhat problems?01:57
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brerrabbithmm....let me make sure im not being a fool01:58
brerrabbitbrb01:58
Guest42003anyone here use IZpack ? if so do you know a good FE01:58
urfr332g0leo-unglaub, gnome 2 is not suportted by its developers anymore.01:58
leo-unglauburfr332g0: i know...and thats my problem for the last year :)01:58
celltechHow can I slim down my 11.10 so it takes up WAY LESS space and runs a lot faster?02:02
zykotick9celltech: start from the mini cd ;)02:02
celltechDoes unetbootin have that option?02:02
Cube``guys, im about to panick here: sudo service ssh start02:02
Cube`` start: Job failed to start02:02
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FloodBot1!netsplit02:03
ubottunetsplit is when two IRC servers of the same network (like freenode) disconnect from each other, so users on one server stop seeing users on the other. If this is happening now, just relax and enjoy the show. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netsplit02:03
samba35i am trying to run a image ,as per docs i suppose to start image with kvm -net nic -net user -hda imagenamemg -m 512 -monitor stdio but on my linux  there is no kvm command  so how do import/run this image02:04
_schism_good evenin everyone02:05
urfr332g0celltech, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD02:05
celltechAfter reading Xubuntu is the place to be for same functionality but a lot lighter, and slimmer of a OS02:05
cfhowlettis it just me or is #ubuntu getting slapped around WAY too frequently by netsplits?02:06
pw-toxic_hi, is there any cool svn GUI for ubuntu?02:06
urfr332g0celltech, not by much but a good setup.02:06
cfhowlett_schism_   greetings02:06
itaylor57samba35, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/KVM/Installation02:06
samba35ok02:07
celltechXubuntu is good then? Cause I'll take some time to transfer my media to another drive and install it02:07
urfr332g0celltech, download the iso and try it out, your at the helm captain. :)02:08
totesmuhgoatscelltech: you can start with any ubuntu install and install the package for the desktop you like02:08
Lintcelltech, xubuntu is just the same02:08
totesmuhgoatsi installed ubuntu and then switched to xubuntu-desktop02:08
Tweakhey guys. when i boot up ubuntu all i get is a command line login and shell only. i have tried removing fglrx, rebooting, and then reinstalling, then rebooting, to no avail. my /var/log/Xorg.0.log http://paste.ubuntu.com/846718/ any help appreciated, thank you in advance02:08
celltechAnd this mini will run just like the main ubuntu? Just smaller and has the core stuff then I can add to it as needed?02:09
newb2Hello! I'm with a problem with Gnash. After an update, my online tv channels stopped working. Gnash do not play the channels anymore. An example: http://www.tvgloboonline.net/parceiros/x-men.php02:09
urfr332g0celltech, no, you just more control of what you want.02:10
RenatoSilvawhere's emerald in oneiric?02:10
zykotick9celltech: mini is ubuntu's version of debian's netinstaller, it's text based02:10
newb2Adobe Flash plugin freezes too after the upgrade02:10
zykotick9!emerald | RenatoSilva02:10
ubottuRenatoSilva: emerald is an obsolete window decorator for compiz. It's unsupported and unmaintained, making issues with it very hard to diagnose and fix. There are no known, supported alternatives.02:10
itaylor57pw-toxic_, http://stackoverflow.com/questions/86550/is-there-a-linux-ubuntu-svn-client-that-doesnt-suck02:10
motherbrainwell I am wondering what software allows you to map the internet.... I have seen on wikipedia pictures visual pictures of the whole internet.... what software allowed them to do that.... I can only find ones that map the lan network02:11
_Marcusmotherbrain: Map the whole internet? That would take decades.02:12
RenatoSilvazykotick9: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/oneiric/+source/emerald02:12
urfr332g0motherbrain, this is ubuntu support.02:12
RenatoSilvazykotick9: #fikdik02:12
motherbrainHow can I over come the LAN to WAN restriction02:12
_Marcusmotherbrain: Google doesn't even map the whole internet.02:12
RenatoSilvais there any trustful ppa for emerald you'd recommend?02:13
motherbrainThen how did they get this picture of the internet http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Internet_map_1024.jpg02:13
ironhalikhmm, how can I check if my vpn encryption is working properly?02:13
urfr332g0!ot | motherbrain02:13
ubottumotherbrain: #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!02:13
_Marcusmotherbrain, let's talk in private message please.02:14
_schism_can someone explain to me why we have to enter ./ to run some programs?  I have googled it quite a bit but cant seem to find an answer02:15
zykotick9_schism_: PATH related, ./ means from this location02:15
log_schism_: Because it specifies that you are running the program with that name in the current directory.02:15
totesmuhgoats_schism_: ./ refers to the current workin directory02:15
totesmuhgoatsit means you are executing something in your current path02:16
totesmuhgoatsif you want to execute anything from anywhere you can add it to the PATH variable02:16
zykotick9totesmuhgoats: path isn't the right word there02:16
totesmuhgoatszykotick9: oh?02:16
totesmuhgoatsoh i see02:16
totesmuhgoatsi misspoke02:16
_schism_so even if you are running it in a directory you still have to tell it your running it in the directory and that is how it does it then?02:17
log_schism_: Yes.02:17
totesmuhgoats_schism_: well you either have to specify an absolute path, or a relative path02:17
zykotick9_schism_: it is a BAD idea to have your current directory in your $PATH02:17
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totesmuhgoatsabsolute path would mean /usr/bin/whatevs02:17
totesmuhgoatsrelative path would be ./poo or ../some/poo02:18
_schism_zykotick9, no I meant as in I am in the directory when I run it02:18
zykotick9_schism_: right, thus the ./02:18
_schism_I think I get it now.  And if more people would come in here when they have questions I don't think windoze would have any market share at all :)02:19
zykotick9_schism_: if you "ls" you'll see the first two entries are . and .. -- the . means, this directory .. means up a directory (sorry getting a bit off origional topic there)02:19
log!windoze | _schism_02:19
ubottu_schism_: Please don't use silly misspellings to denigrate other operating systems. It makes users of that system feel attacked and hurts Ubuntu advocacy by making the community look unreasonable.02:19
hiexpo_schism_, means say um the app is in say Documents well you would   cd Documents/appdir/ && ./app02:20
elxmQUIT02:21
_schism_is ubottu a bot?  the mispelling was actualy a mistake.  I was talking to the wife and saying our daughter had dozed off when I was typing02:21
zykotick9!bot02:22
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/Bots02:22
ironhalikwindoze02:22
log!windoze | ironhalik02:22
ubottuironhalik: Please don't use silly misspellings to denigrate other operating systems. It makes users of that system feel attacked and hurts Ubuntu advocacy by making the community look unreasonable.02:22
ironhalik:>02:22
totesmuhgoatslog: i am very pleased that there's a bot entry for that, you have no idea the amount of idiotic "advocacy" of other operating systems that we get in ##windows02:22
logtotesmuhgoats: Yes, I do like that factoid.02:23
ironhaliktheres a windows channel?! :>02:23
_Marcusironhalik: ##windows02:23
totesmuhgoatsironhalik: please don't go there just to troll02:23
urfr332g0totesmuhgoats, and denigrations, and anti dual booting rhetoric. :)02:23
ironhalikI wont troll, Ill just watch ;>02:23
jlb181_schism_  Good question man!  I was way off on what I thought ./ was!02:23
_MarcusHow do I remove lightdm and all it's componments? That means all the software that is used with it, Gnome, and everything for a GUI.02:23
Flannel(If you go there to troll, I will remove you from here.)02:23
totesmuhgoatsurfr332g0: that's why i put "advocacy" in quotes02:23
totesmuhgoatsat best it is usually someone entering for a moment to say "ubuntu great windoes is isnecyuur and stupid"02:24
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log_Marcus: sudo apt-get remove lightdm, and then sudo apt-get autoremove to remove its dependencies.02:24
totesmuhgoatsthen they quit02:24
Cube``hey guys, my server is dying down! i rebooted it, and now the ssh service didnt start! what should i do!02:24
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_schism_now next question.  anyone use ksplice?02:25
tensorpuddingCube``, how is it failing02:25
totesmuhgoatsjlb181: ./ is equivalent to what you get if you type pwd and press return02:25
log!anyone | _schism_02:25
ubottu_schism_: 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.02:25
_schism_lol I love the bots02:25
log_schism_: Hehe.02:25
totesmuhgoatsjlb181: ../ is the parent folder of the result of pwd02:25
totesmuhgoatsjlb181: and ~/ is the path to your home folder02:25
totesmuhgoatsthey are just shorthand ways of typing it02:26
Cube``tensorpudding: i cannot start it up. sudo service ssh start gives me: start: Job failed to start02:26
_schism_any anyone was a real question to get some personal feedback as to how easy it is for a noob to use02:26
zykotick9_schism_: i doubt you'll find many (err, any) ksplice users here, maybe in #ubuntu-server?02:27
log_schism_: There's only one way to find out. ;P02:27
KarmaonWouldn't it be great if you had a infinite vertical desktop workspace that scrolled up and down smoothly along with your mouse scroll?02:27
yusukeoh02:27
satyanashKarmaon, Actually you can do it in Fvwm202:27
jlb181Good stuff to know really!  I see a lot of people complain about the command line,  but it is so useful and fast!02:27
_schism_zykotick9, but you guys now how to deal with noobs like me the grey beards scare me02:27
tensorpuddingCube``, are you sure you're not already running sshd?02:27
_schism_log I agree but I am a coward02:27
log_schism_: Be bold. ;)02:28
zykotick9_schism_: i highly doubt you need to be using ksplice02:28
_schism_log if I wanted to be bold I would run arch :)02:28
tensorpuddingCube``, it's possible that the script is failing because sshd is already running02:28
_schism_zykotick9, I know I dont need it I just am thinking of poking at it to learn something new02:28
zykotick9_schism_: well, knock yourself out.  ksplice was aquired by Oracle, so it's on my "won't use" list.  good luck.02:29
satyanashKarmaon, You could place a lot of vertical windows and set mouse scroll to 1 horizontal pixel line per scroll, to give you smooth scrolling; however getting back to your earlier viewport would be difficult if you have infinite/lots of desktops..02:29
mister2hey guys, i'm having some issues sharing between computers using samba. They're all running 11.04. Sometimes one computer won't connect to the other, and i'll have to logout and in on the one i'm trying to serve off of in order to get a connection. That's kind of a drag, are there any typical problems that could be or some things i could try to fix it?02:29
_schism_zykotick9, I hadnt thought about that.  looks like I may not poke at it now02:30
TurtleSoupUbuntu 10.04LTS: Is there a way to write a script that copies *new* files from one folder into another folder?02:30
ActionParsnipTurtleSoup: look into rsync02:30
zykotick9mister2: if both machines are Ubuntu, you could look into using NFS for a more network filesystem02:31
zykotick9s/more/more stable/02:31
log_schism_: Maybe you could ask the people in #ksplice.02:31
ActionParsnipmister2: try restarting the samba service instead of logging off and on and such02:31
mister2zykotick9 and nfs would be what?02:32
_schism_log but they are not #ubuntu :)02:32
logTrue, true. :)02:32
tensorpuddingCube``, what happens when you sudo service ssh stop02:32
mister2actionparsnip i'll do that next time it bugs out, is there a simple command for it?02:32
zykotick9mister2: nfs is unix's (and gnu/linux) Network File System02:32
ActionParsnipmister2: sudo service smbd stop; sudo service smbd start02:32
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mister2zykotick9 is that integrated into ubuntu already or do i need to grab any package files?02:33
mister2actionparsnip: thanks, i'll try that next time :D02:33
Pikkachuhi, where are synaptic custom filters stored?02:33
Cube``tensorpudding: stop: Unknown instance:02:33
Karmaonsatyanash: it doesn't have to be infinite. I find using ctrl-alt down/up cumbersome when needing to switch workspaces quickly02:33
zykotick9mister2: you should probably do some reading/research first, it's perhaps not as easy to setup as Samba (personally i find it MUCH easier, but I'm familiar with it)02:33
tensorpuddingCube``, so it's not already running then02:33
Cube``tensorpudding: yeah :(02:33
zykotick9!nfs | mister202:34
ubottumister2: nfs is the network file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo for information on installing and configuring NFS.02:34
mister2zykotick9 kk, i'll take a look into it. thanks for the tip02:34
tensorpuddingCube``, does /usr/sbin/sshd exist02:34
satyanashKarmaon, It's doable then.. but you want scrolling to work wherever your mouse pointer is, right? not just on the desktop ?02:34
TurtleSoupActionParsnip: is there a way to have rsync constantly running? I want to back up files from one hard drive to another, but only if they're added from this point on. I also want to be able to modify the files on one of the drives, so RAID isn't for me.02:34
TurtleSoup(or does RAID let me do that?)02:34
Karmaonsatyanash: just on the desktop02:35
ActionParsnipTurtleSoup: cron a job to run every 10 mins or so, I believe dropbox does LAN sync too, worth looking into02:35
satyanashKarmaon, Hmm. It is doable, I believe you can change the virtual desktop settings in the control panel, and also set up mouse scroll switching from there too.02:37
tensorpuddingCube``, what happens if you simply run /usr/sbin/sshd -D02:37
evilgeeniusHi All.  I have tried installing Mint, Ubuntu and Debian, and after each install i get this error when the machine is restarted : "GRUB error: file not found."  .  After each install I have removed all partitions using GParted.      I have just run a tool in a LiveCd called boot-repair.  This tool attempted to repair grub but it failed.  This tool created this pastebin :  http://paste.ubuntu.com/846730/ .  Could someone have a look 02:37
Dr_willisevildaemon,  which OS are you wanting to handle grub?02:38
Pikkachuhi, where are synaptic custom filters stored?02:38
Dr_willisbbl02:38
satyanashKarmaon, you will be better off asking other people how _exactly_ to do that, since I don't use the defaults that Ubuntu provides.02:38
Karmaonsatyanash: heh, thanks!02:39
_MarcusI removed lightdm and did "sudo apt-get autoremove" and nothing removed. I'm still in GUI.02:39
_MarcusHow do I remove everything02:39
_MarcusALL GUI02:39
_MarcusI want to remove all the GUI stuff*02:39
extrapolatedseems there isnt a good ubuntu application for listening to internet streams anymore. i've spent the entire day reading forum posts trying to fix problems with banshee extension, a streamtuner 1 that crashes when you switch tabs, a streamtuner2 whose directory doesn't match what it sends to the player and won't send to banshee at all no matter what the command line is...community support>>> you need02:39
extrapolated to get the developers inline or start dropping packages that have low development activity. tired, tired, tired.02:40
tensorpudding_Marcus, you have to explicitly remove every package you don't want02:40
zykotick9_Marcus: remove packages: *-desktop (ubuntu,xubuntu,etc), xorg-common, then autoremove after that [i'd guess]02:40
evilgeeniusDr_willis: Mint is installed at the moment.02:40
aeon-ltd_Marcus: why not just install server?02:40
tensorpuddingi don't think autoremove will remove the dependencies02:40
_Marcusaeon-ltd: because server doesn't work for what I am doing. It's weird, it has some other Linux thing in it.02:41
SillyScatWhen I try to install new program/ perform some operations I am asked for a keychain login password. This is not my old password or my new password. Any ideas WTF is going on?02:41
_Marcuszykotick9: It didn't reconize anything with the regex *-desktop02:42
urfr332g0SillyScat, did you mistakenly make a password for root?02:43
zykotick9_Marcus: i mean, ubuntu-desktop and/or kubuntu-desktop, etc02:43
hydesterso i can get into my OS only if i cryptsetup luksOpen my encrypted lvm partition at initramfs and then exit.  update /etc/crypttab with update-initramfs -u doesn't cause it to prompt me for a password on boot02:43
hydesterany ideas how to fix this?02:43
_Marcuszykotick9: it said ubuntu-desktop isn't installed02:43
_MarcusHow do I view all the packages I have installed>02:43
zykotick9_Marcus: then you don't need to uninstall it02:44
zykotick9_Marcus: "dpkg -l"02:44
SillyScaturfr332g0 Don't think so but i'm kinda a newb and have been messing around with terminal comand trying to learn. Any ideas how to resolve?02:44
WabsSillyScat try sudo passwd root02:45
urfr332g0SillyScat, no not really.02:45
zykotick9!noroot | Wabs02:45
ubottuWabs: We 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.02:45
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mpguttahi, i am using backup-manager to take tar ball of my file system and mysql databases. but its not taking mysql backup correctly. its creating 20 Bytes .sql.gz file.  and even i changed logger configurations to debug, but still i cant see all outputs to STDOUT. could anyone please tell me what how to see all debug outputs to stdout?02:46
SillyScatWabs Cheers mate, sorted it I think02:47
zykotick9SillyScat: you just enabled the root password - something that not recommended or supported here.  It was a bad idea.02:47
chaos_zeroanyone ever try to set up rtorrent? i am having a problem. it will not create files/directories. (says they do not exist)02:48
zykotick9chaos_zero: just rtorrent, or a frontend to rtorrent?02:48
chaos_zeroi guess just rtorrent, because i dont know what a frontend is02:49
chaos_zeroit is on ubuntu server02:49
SillyScatzykotick9 Classic newb... Woops... So what exaclty have I just f*d up02:49
zykotick9chaos_zero: check directory setting in ~/.rtorrent.rc02:49
zykotick9SillyScat: sorry, i don't know.  Good luck.02:49
chaos_zeroi did, i changed it to one of my own which i created, (double checked i spelled right) and gave it chmod -r 777 for testing02:50
zykotick9SillyScat: you have "root" access now, it's just not how ubuntu was designed to work02:50
SillyScatzykotick9 fair enough thanks mate02:51
chaos_zeroit might be noted that i have also tried with transmission, which gave a simmilar error02:51
chaos_zerothis is on the only internal hard drive in the system02:51
MolybokratwRΚαλημέρα02:51
urfr332g0SillyScat, http://www.ubuntugeek.com/enable-and-disable-ubuntu-root-password.html02:52
urfr332g0!ru | MolybokratwR02:52
ubottuMolybokratwR: Пожалуйста наберите /join #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке. | Pozhalujsta naberite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke.02:52
_Marcusit's not russian02:52
_MarcusIt's greek02:52
_Marcus!gr | MolybokratwR02:53
ubottuMolybokratwR: #ubuntu-gr και #kubuntu-gr για Έλληνες χρηστές  /  #ubuntu-gr kai #kubuntu-gr gia Ellhnes xrhstes02:53
urfr332g0_Marcus, looked like gibberish to me. :)02:53
EruadanHi, I want to install a ubuntu flavour in my vm. I would like to have something really basic, just with openbox and few things.What can you recommend other than xubuntu and lubuntu?02:53
zykotick9!mini | Eruadan02:53
ubottuEruadan: The Minimal CD image is very small in size, and it downloads most packages from the Internet during installation, allowing you to select only those you want (the installer is like the one on the !Alternate CD). See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD02:53
Eruadanok02:54
_MarcusEruadan: That has nothing but the basics. No GUI, no extra software, just what it needs to run.02:54
Eruadani want a lil gui, just openbox02:55
danileigh79I have three computers over wifi, sharing a Windows "workgroup" network, When I click on Home, then network, and Windows Network, it says "Failed to retrieve share list from server" What can I do to rememdy this?02:55
Eruadanbut really minimal02:55
jaimePlease excuse the joining/quitting, just working on irrsi window splits02:55
danileigh79jaime: I did it too lol02:56
evilgeeniusHi.  Could anyone please look at this boot-repair pastebin to see what might be causing grub to give the error "Grub Error. file not found" paste.ubuntu.com/846730/ .  It's probably something obvious, but I can't understand it02:56
hmwI compiled a test program that should toggle a line on my FTDI controller. When I start my program, dmesg says "FTDI USB Serial Device converter now disconnected from ttyUSB0". Removing brltty did not help. I know little about what I am trying to do, can someone help me? The test program: http://paste.ubuntu.com/846741/ - 33 LOC02:56
urfr332g0evilgeenius, can you post the actual http address02:57
evilgeeniusurfr332g0: http://paste.ubuntu.com/846730/02:57
MeXTuXI made a fresh installation of Ubuntu 11.10 and everytime it is booting (during splash screen) a message appears saying "Waiting for network configuration" and then anoher message appears "Waiting up to 60 more seconds....." Any idea???02:57
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urfr332g0!mint | evilgeenius02:58
ubottuevilgeenius: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org02:58
jaimedanileigh79: lol02:58
jaimeoops, this is my girl's nick lol02:59
zykotick9MeXTuX: sounds like DHCP is failing.  Perhaps you could set a static IP?02:59
Eruadanvirtual box complaint about mini iso file, no bootable media found error02:59
evilgeeniusurfr332g0: I've installed Mint, Ubuntu and Debian, and each time I get this grub error "GRUB error: file not found".   It happens with all 3 versions, including Ubuntu.  Something strange is going on.02:59
zykotick9Eruadan: sounds like an incorrect ISO setting in VBox03:00
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Eruadanit's funny, cauze other isos are working03:00
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zykotick9Eruadan: bad download?  could you check md5 of iso?03:01
urfr332g0evilgeenius, if it was ubuntu we could maybe help, check this wiki. I'm only assuming mint has the same reload of grub 2 to the mbr. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2#Upgrading03:01
Eruadani will do download again, it;s so small file03:01
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Eruadanahh, i can check md503:02
danileigh79Why can't my Ubuntu see the computers on my Windows network, but it can see that te network is there?03:02
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evilgeeniusurfr332g0: until about 20 mins ago it was ubuntu.03:02
zykotick9danileigh79: rather then browsing for the remote computer, type it's address into nautilus03:02
urfr332g0evilgeenius, mint is not supported here I gave you more than I should have.03:03
ravenelEvening everyone03:03
ravenelI have an mdadm-based raid array, and recently drive sda in this array failed. I replaced the drive, but now cannot boot--I get a "reboot and select proper boot device" error03:03
evilgeeniusurfr332g0: ok thanks03:03
ravenelIm thinking this is likely from my BIOS, complaining because the new, bare sda drive does not have anything, including an MBR, on it03:03
chaos_zeroguten abend03:03
ravenelAny suggestions on how to resolve? Can I just change the BIOS boot order without trashing the now degraded array?03:03
danileigh79zykotick9: type it's local ip?03:06
Eruadanchecksum from the mini iso file is correct03:06
cfhowlett!de|chaos_zero03:07
ubottuchaos_zero: 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!03:07
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zykotick9danileigh79: ya, but you might need some SMB://IP or something (i don't use MS stuff)03:08
hydesteris us.archive.ubuntu.com going real slow right now?03:09
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danileigh79zykotick9: No worries, Thanks actually, I guess I'll stick to thumb drives lol. btw, your name wouldn't happen to be Walleed, would it?03:10
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zykotick9danileigh79: no Walleed's here ;)03:10
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OY1R!ops03:10
ubottuHelp! 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 or Jordan_U!03:10
danileigh79zykotick9: Ever hear of OCRemix?03:10
pangolinOY1R: yes?03:11
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zykotick9danileigh79: nope, but we are offtopic at this point ;)03:11
danileigh79zykotick9: Sorry :)03:11
pangolindarknigge: Please change your nick to something not racist or sexual03:11
urfr332g0pangolin, ^^^ I think strange nics03:11
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danileigh79blacknigge: That's just as bad03:12
BrK_hi .. i'm new on ubuntu .. and have some problems with the permission .. i've installed apache, php, mysql and git  .. now i want to create a webproject and track it with git .. but 1. i can't add files to the folder withour sudo and 2. git can't work because of permission .. what can i do ?03:12
Cube``tensorpudding: i get this: Missing privilege separation directory: /var/run/sshd03:12
tensorpuddingCube``, the permissions on /var/run/sshd are wrong then03:12
Bobenhausquestion:  would it be possible to install a standalone version of the PearOS UI??   It looks to be based off of Ubuntu..03:12
erik32533time to reinstall ubuntu03:13
JHHEvery time i try to install a new package I get the following message: Requires installation of untrusted packages  The action would require the installation of packages from unauthenticated sources. THis is even from ubuntu own packages... Any help for a newb03:13
bazhangBobenhaus, seems not. you asked abuot that yesterday iirc03:13
erik32533once again firefox 10 is crashing03:13
Cube``tensorpudding: how to fix?03:13
Bobenhausbazhang: wow someone has been paying attention!!   ok thanks :)03:13
tensorpuddingCube``, what are the permissions of /var/run/sshd?03:13
totesmuhgoatserik32533: you reinstall your operating system because your browser is crashing?03:13
bazhangerik32533, tried deleting its configs first? reinstalling an OS is always the very last step03:14
Cube``tensorpudding: how to check?03:14
erik32533i cant go back to version 803:14
tensorpuddingCube``, ls -l, or stat03:14
cfhowletterik32533   there ARE other browsers...03:14
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erik32533on yahoo spades03:14
erik32533as soon as i click on spafes03:15
erik32533firefox crashes03:15
tensorpuddingwhat's the url03:15
erik32533such as03:15
JHHEvery time i try to install a new package I get the following message: Requires installation of untrusted packages  The action would require the installation of packages from unauthenticated sources. THis is even from ubuntu own packages... Any help for a newb03:15
totesmuhgoatserik32533: so if i am to understnd this, you are reinstalling your os, because your browser crashes when you try to play yahoo spades?03:16
urfr332g0JHH, you get a missing key shown in the terminal?03:16
compufreakI'm trying to setup squid in a virtual machine and set a windows share as the cache folder. I added a file to fstab that mounts the share in /mnt/cache, but I keep getting permission errors. I tried chown -R squid:squid and it works until it creates a new folder, then permission errors again (squid is running as squid user)03:16
erik32533yes03:16
tensorpuddingbrowsers crashing is a bug, one that probably should be reported to mozilla03:17
BrK_hi .. i'm new on ubuntu .. and have some problems with the permission .. i've installed apache, php, mysql and git  .. now i want to create a webproject and track it with git .. but 1. i can't add files to the folder withour sudo and 2. git can't work because of permission .. what can i do ?03:17
urfr332g0JHH, sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys "key here"03:17
tensorpuddingerik32533, so are you going to give us the url to confirm that it crashes firefox?03:17
Cube``tensorpudding:03:17
Cube``> stat /var/run/sshd03:17
Cube``> ls -l /var/run/sshd03:17
Cube``> sudo ls -l /var/run/sshd03:17
FloodBot1Cube``: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.03:18
erik32533yea one sec03:18
Cube``tensorpudding: did you get those lines?03:18
tensorpuddingit prevented your flood03:18
Cube``k w803:18
tensorpuddingjust tell me what the permissions are03:18
Cube``tensorpudding: http://paste.pound-python.org/show/16876/03:19
Cube``doesnt show!!03:19
tensorpuddingthe folder doesn't exist03:19
tensorpuddingyou must need to create it then03:19
Cube``wut03:19
Cube``but sshd worked before03:19
tensorpuddingdon't know then03:19
erik32533http://games.yahoo.com/games/login2?page=sp&ss=103:19
tensorpuddingdid you change the permissions of /var recently?03:19
JHHurfr332g0 What key should I put in. As I say I am a newb. Its literally when I'm trying to install from ubintu software center not through terminal03:19
FireboltBrK_, you could use sudo to copy the files, or configure apache to use something like ~/webserver03:19
Cube``tensorpudding: possibly :/03:19
urfr332g0JHH, the terminal will give you the missing key probably.03:20
tensorpuddingugh, luckily i have a yahoo account03:20
mpguttahi, i am using backup-manager to take tar ball of my file system and mysql databases. but its not taking mysql backup correctly. its creating 20 Bytes .sql.gz file.  and even i changed logger configurations to debug, but still i cant see all outputs to STDOUT. could anyone please tell me what how to see all debug outputs to stdout?03:20
BrK_@Firebolt .. thanks .. but whats about git ?03:20
urfr332g0JHH, if that is the problem, I never use the software center myself.03:20
JHHurfr332g0 Output as follows Executing: gpg --ignore-time-conflict --no-options --no-default-keyring --secret-keyring /tmp/tmp.uO8FGDcWJR --trustdb-name /etc/apt/trustdb.gpg --keyring /etc/apt/trusted.gpg --primary-keyring /etc/apt/trusted.gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys key here gpg: "key" not a key ID: skipping gpg: "here" not a key ID: skipping03:21
erik32533yes i sent firefox03:21
erik32533crash report03:21
tensorpuddingerik32533, what do you know, i got a crash too03:21
Cube``tensorpudding: how to fix? how to check?03:21
JHHurfr332g0 mean anything to you03:21
urfr332g0JHH, nope.03:21
erik32533i sent it 15 times03:21
tensorpuddingCube``, check the permissions the same why i told you to03:21
skypcehello guys, i was made a distro called unidockynapse , but thinking distro is not necesary , i want create a deb package with my changes. can you helpme please?03:21
erik32533it crash that many times03:21
tensorpuddingerik32533, they need time to fix it03:21
JHHurfr332g0FML03:21
celltech11.10 how do I disable automatic updates? I refuse to ever update this computer and I'm tired of it showing up03:22
tensorpuddingerik32533, it's going to crash every time until they do03:22
erik32533so i reinstallan go back to version 703:22
Nach0zis Reiser4 supported in any way in Ubuntu?03:22
FireboltBrK_, you /could/ sudo git, or, if you use something under ~, it shouldn't have permissions errors03:22
tensorpuddingNach0z, it's almost surely supported in the kernel, so yes03:22
tensorpuddingerik32533, you might consider using chromium, or google chrome03:23
Nach0zhm.03:23
erik32533is that the only other browser03:23
Cube``tensorpudding: http://paste.pound-python.org/show/16879/03:23
tensorpuddingno, but it's the most popular other browser by a longshot03:23
tensorpuddingCube``, make sure that /var/run/sshd has 755 permissions03:24
erik32533dont know if yahoo games will work under chrome03:24
tensorpuddingerik32533, why would it not?03:25
jlb181celltech: try opening update manager, go to settings on the update tab select check for automatic updates Never03:25
tensorpuddingit's unlikely it suffers the same bug that firefox does03:25
celltechThank you03:25
erik32533why cant i unistall version 1003:25
erik32533an go back to 903:25
urfr332g0celltech, not advised but look in software sources.03:25
tensorpudding9 is no longer supported03:25
tensorpuddingby mozilla or by canonical03:25
erik32533but cant it be downloaded03:25
celltechAll updates do is make my OS bigger and bigger and bigger. I'm WAY over a couple gb's03:26
tensorpuddingif there's a download available of it somewhere, which there surely is03:26
urfr332g0celltech, clean the cache03:26
celltechDo it all the time03:26
celltechThe OS is way huge03:26
danileigh79I know Linux doesn't really need antiviruses, but are there any recommended programs to help tighten up against intrusion?03:26
urfr332g0celltech, mine is about 3 gigs, seems reasonable.03:27
tensorpuddingwhy is a couple of gigabytes a problem?03:27
tensorpuddingit scales more slowly than hard disk sizes by a longshot03:27
celltechI have a 120gb drive and I've only got 90gb's left03:27
tensorpuddingthe base ubuntu install is less than half the size of windows 703:27
hansg01is the doge windows feature of unity launcher disabled in the recent update?03:28
bludi'm trying to use this program called Freevo, but my mplayer has problems so i want freevo to use VLC and I can't seem to get it to use it even though I swear I changed it to vlc in the conf file...  (And/or I need help fixing mplayer)03:28
hansg01only hide and auto hide is visible03:28
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zykotick9blud: what's the issue with mplayer exactly?03:28
bludbiggest issue is it has no sound03:28
bludbut im also kind of frustrated because getting freevo to use vlc was supposed to be as simple as changing a variable from 'mplayer' to 'vlc' but it had no effect03:29
zykotick9blud: try "mplayer -ao pulse file.foo" or "mplayer -ao alsa file.foo"03:29
bludok, but if it works then later i somehow have to figure out where/how freevo launches mplayer03:30
zykotick9blud: you could set it in .mplayer/config if one works, and freevo "should" pick up the change03:31
bludi just have to reinstall mplayer first since i had removed it03:33
rafaelplease does anyone know how to make a  card reader works ?03:33
ljsoftnetwhen does support for ubuntu 11.04 ends?03:33
bludi think in like 15 months, but dont beleive me im a noob03:34
cfhowlettdanileigh79   firewall03:34
rafaelplease does anyone know how to make a  card reader works ?03:34
capcook!patience03:35
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/03:35
cfhowlettljsoftnet   10/1203:35
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ljsoftnetcfhowlett no worries i found the answer at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases03:35
danileigh79cfhowlett: yeah thx, I just dl'd firestarter03:35
ljsoftnetthanks03:36
cfhowlettljsoftnet   danileigh79 have fun/be safe03:36
grid_bugHas anyone worked with RFCOMM sockets in bluez? They seem to be a little derpy on my boxes.03:39
Cube``tensorpudding: http://paste.pound-python.org/show/16880/03:40
grid_bugAnd by derpy I mean not properly recieving packets.03:40
tensorpuddingCube``, try running /usr/sbin/sshd -D03:40
gfsdfgfdgSOMEONE HELP ME03:42
gfsdfgfdgASAP03:42
gfsdfgfdgHELP ME ASAP03:42
gfsdfgfdgSOMEBODY03:42
urfr332g0!help | gfsdfgfdg03:42
gfsdfgfdgHELP03:42
ubottugfsdfgfdg: 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. :-) See also !patience03:42
FloodBot1gfsdfgfdg: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.03:42
_schism_?03:42
cfhowlettgfsdfgfdg   no silly games tonight, yes?03:42
_schism_troll is trolling?03:42
bludzykotick9: ok, pulse has no audio but alsa did03:42
gfsdfgfdgok sorry. No not trolling. Just new03:43
plusEVim boxy. u see me trollin03:43
cfhowlettgfsdfgfdg   except we told you about this LAST time...anyway, what's the problem.03:43
gfsdfgfdgCASE 1. In windows we have firewalls however in ubuntu are we using firewall automatically because I do not see it anywhere or must we configure it first. And does that mean I'm not using a firewall now because I just installed a fresh linux03:44
zykotick9blud: there should be a way to set that in ~/.mplayer/config (not easy for me to websearch right now, or I'd look it up for you)03:44
bludstupid question but where is the mplayer config?03:44
itaylor57!ufw03:45
ubottuUbuntu, like any other Linux distribution, has firewall capabilities built-in. The firewall is managed using the 'ufw' command - see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UFW | An alternative to ufw is the 'iptables' command - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo | GUI frontends such as Gufw (GNOME) and Guarddog (KDE from Lucid onwards) also exist.03:45
_schism_blud ~/.mplayer03:45
bludsry yeah found it03:45
gfsdfgfdgI went to #lubuntu but no one is there so I'm here. what is the firewall command line for Lubuntu? And I changed to Lubuntu from Ubuntu because Ubuntu 11.10 sometime is not responding03:47
invisigothikgreetings.03:48
RoastedHELLO03:48
invisigothikhow's friday night treating you guys?03:48
mtrd`bad.03:48
grid_bugHas anyone worked with RFCOMM sockets in bluez? They seem to be a little derpy on my boxes.03:49
cfhowlettRoasted   greetings03:49
invisigothiksadness, then.03:49
grid_bugAnd by derpy I mean not properly recieving packets.03:49
itaylor57!ufw > gfsdfgfdg03:50
ubottugfsdfgfdg, please see my private message03:50
gfsdfgfdgCan I ask why Ubuntu 11.10 very often is not responding like it's stuck and lagging with or without 2D unity on 1GB RAM CPU 1.8GHz core 2 Duo03:50
linqeringhow to login irc ?03:50
skypceguys , i need add ~/.config/synapse to debian structure can you helpme please03:50
DanDareHello. Whats the name of app for gnome or KDE (cant remember), that will show disposable wireless network in a icon?03:50
bludi'm trying to google it but, anyone know what i need to put in my mplayer config to force it to always use alsa instead of pulse?03:50
DanDareIt also informs network activity if its connected or disconnected in the taskbar03:51
cfhowlettDanDare   disposable wireless?  hmm.  In gnome that would be the indicator applet03:51
DanDarecfhowlett: but its used to make connections also, by clicking in the icon03:51
DanDareSo you choose a network and go03:51
invisigothiki seem to be having a common problem with an uncommon solution, if anyone happens to be not so busy, and with kung fu stronger than i, i could use the help.03:51
cfhowlettDanDare   right click to connect, right03:51
DanDarecfhowlett, yeah03:52
DanDarecfhowlett, you click to connect and it prompts for WPA key in a window03:52
cfhowlettDanDare   http://imagebin.org/19949703:53
cfhowlettDanDare   I'm on 10.04 so YMMV, but I just added this to my gnome panel...03:53
DanDarecfhowlett, I see. I think its not this one, thanks anyway. Im looking for some automated program to connect to wireless03:54
DanDarecfhowlett, the one i remember have animated icon while trying to connect03:54
cfhowlettDanDare   hmm.  Can't say as I'm familiar then.  What version of buntu are you on?03:55
AxsuulI'm using SSH keys to authenticate so I don't have a password, but when I need to issue a sudo command, what do I do when it asks for a password?03:56
DanDarecfhowlett, I think its network-manager-gnome03:57
cfhowlettDanDare   this thing?03:57
cfhowletthttp://wifi-radar.berlios.de/v2.x/images/wr-v2.x-25-main_win.png03:57
DanDarecfhowlett, im not sure now, but i think it isnt the one i talk about :p03:58
gfsdfgfdgCan I ask? Is Lubuntu recognised here? Is it an adopted child?03:58
cfhowlettgfsdfgfdg   lubuntu is supported to a degree...03:58
bludIs it just alsa=1 ?03:58
bludi'll try..03:58
cfhowlettDanDare   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=465rGa_uXfY03:59
DanDarecfhowlett, sorry, cant open videos right now03:59
liberalare any ops aware that user lorfus is randomly spamming links to people as they enter here?03:59
DanDarecfhowlett, im installing network-manager-gnome. I think thats what i look for04:00
bludnope, it's not alsa or noalsa04:00
liberalI assume it's as they enter here, because this is the only place where i have a common channel with him/her/it.04:00
bludanybody know how to force mplayer to always use alsa?04:00
cfhowlettDanDare   I seem to recall that wifi radar was the default in 7.04/7.10.  FWIW that pic I showed you is from network-manager with the same/better functionality04:00
cfhowlettDanDare   invoke from cli with nm04:01
bludyeah, lorfus spammed me with a link about 'jews did wtc"04:01
liberalblud: ~/.mplayer/conf (or something like that)04:01
bludliberal, yup but i don't know the variable04:01
DanDarecfhowlett, ok04:01
liberalblud: man mplayer is helpful with that04:02
cfhowlettDanDare   wait 1 - misinformation...04:02
liberali don't remember the config variable either. been too long since i used mplayer04:02
RenatoSilvaI've deleted grub.d and reinstalling grub-pc is not recreating them, how to make it?04:02
bludliberal, i wish i could use VLC instead but i cant seem to make Freevo understand that i want it to use vlc instead of mplayer04:02
cfhowlettDanDare   network-manager-gnome04:02
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gfsdfgfdgI am very new to Ubuntu and Linux. I change because of security. I had only used Ubuntu for a month. I had learned some things and I like Ubuntu. However, the most important reason I changed, security, because I had not configured anything yet(had not configured firewall and don't know how to do it), does this mean someone can hack into my computer?04:04
hauxI'm experiencing so many problems right now with grub that I don't even know where to begin... I rearranged some SATA cables and tried to change which drive's mbr grub was installed on. Everything appeared to work fine until I messed with Grub Customizer and then Windows disappeared from the boot list. Then I uninstalled grub2 completely, reinstalled, and now the boot list will no longer even show up.04:04
hauxI don't know what to do...04:04
sonuhi04:05
liberalblud: i don't know what freevo is, but good luck. maybe its just a matter of setting the preferred application in your window manager.04:05
cfhowlettgfsdfgfdg  sensible use prevents most hackers and most hackers want a much more profitable target than your machine...04:05
hauxIt boots into Ubuntu automatically.04:05
tadpolehey guys04:05
cfhowletttadpole   greetings04:05
tadpolehow do i dual screen in ubuntu?04:05
sonucan anyone help me in finding data related to EVENT QUEUE04:05
tadpoleim using fluxbox04:05
bazhanggfsdfgfdg, if you are concerned you can try gufw to adjust your firewall rules04:05
bazhang!info gufw | gfsdfgfdg04:05
ubottugfsdfgfdg: gufw (source: gui-ufw): graphical user interface for ufw. In component universe, is optional. Version 11.10.2-0ubuntu1 (oneiric), package size 218 kB, installed size 1384 kB04:06
meiji11event queue?04:06
gfsdfgfdgHowever, I was targeted by hackers before and that is why I am thinking about it now04:06
sonuWat is EVENT QUEUE, wat are itz function, elements, states, etc,etc04:06
meiji11sonu, some context would help.04:06
liberalgfsdfgfdg: disregard what cfhowlett said. that is not an appropriate approach to security.04:06
bazhangsonu, context please. what connection to ubuntu also04:06
meiji11are you talking about something like GTK or systems programming or.. what? a data structure?04:06
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sonu@ meiji11 & bazhang : how n itz related to programing04:08
bazhangsonu, what language04:08
linqering#java04:08
sonuin java04:08
bazhangsonu, ask in a java channel04:08
dr_willislorfus:  is doing some on join spamming it seems04:08
hauxI'm experiencing so many problems right now with grub that I don't even know where to begin... I rearranged some SATA cables and tried to change which drive's mbr grub was installed on. Everything appeared to work fine until I messed with Grub Customizer and then Windows disappeared from the boot list. Then I uninstalled grub2 completely, reinstalled, and now the boot list will no longer even show up. Ubuntu loads automatically. Any su04:08
hauxggestions?04:08
sonucan u help me from wchich site or book i can refer for it04:09
yanick_hi, I try to change a process priority (to a lower value) but it constently reset back to 0, how can I force the priority to be permanent on the process?04:09
bazhangsonu, try ##java04:09
linqeringtry /j #java04:09
meiji11sonu, just google it, I'm sure you'll find something. or follow bazhang's advice and try ##java.04:09
sonuwat is java channel04:09
meiji11heh.04:09
LiamdrienI was hoping to get some help with an install of 11.10 from a usb drive that's 8gb. I'm trying to install to a hard drive from a usb drive that I created using 11.10 live cd and unetbootin as well as I tried universal usb installer and liveusb-creator. Basically what I'm getting is when my computer loads I tell it to boot from the usb and I just get a blank screen with a blinking cursor it04:09
Liamdriendoesn't even get to the install part. I can load the image in virtualbox and the checksum is correct for the image04:09
linqeringthere is no people in java chanel .04:10
sonui gooogle it but cant find appropriate data :(04:10
bazhangsonu, it's a channel here on freenode04:10
sonuokkk04:10
[deXter]Liamdrien, Try booting using PloP04:11
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sonuhow can i join freenode related to java on ubuntu04:12
sonuhow can i join freenode related to java on ubuntu04:12
sonuhow can i join freenode related to java on ubuntu04:12
nobitanobiI just installed couchdb and Im getting this http://paste.ubuntu.com/846793/ when doing couchdb in the shell04:12
pangolinsonu: type /join ##java04:13
invisigothikif anyone out there isnt terribly busy, i could use a little help fixing my wired connection on ubuntu 11.10.04:13
LiamdrienI looked into PloP but wasn't sure on how to get it to run with the live cd. Do I take the files from PloP and the livecd and put them on the usb drive?04:14
sonuitz not working msg coming ##java cannot join channel (+r)- you need to be identified with services04:14
bazhanginvisigothik, just ask the channel04:14
bazhangsonu, so identify04:14
bazhang!register | sonu04:14
ubottusonu: 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 #freenode04:14
sonuhow shud i identify bro04:14
bazhangsonu, /join #freenode04:15
sonunow wat to do after joing free node04:16
dr_willisask them how to register04:16
invisigothikinstalled 11.10, but wired connection wont work. i found instructions on fixing the drivers for my broadcom ethernet card. ran ifconfig got, : eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:22:15:67:58:bd04:17
invisigothikUP BROADCAST MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:104:17
invisigothikRX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:004:17
invisigothikTX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:004:17
invisigothikcollisions:0 txqueuelen:100004:17
FloodBot1invisigothik: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.04:17
invisigothikRX bytes:0 (0.0 B) TX bytes:0 (0.0 B)04:17
cfhowlettsonu    this is a support channel for #ubuntu  State a specific problem you're trying to solve and maybe maybe someon can volunteer an answer04:17
pangolincfhowlett: He did state the problem he is having04:17
meiji11he's looking for info on java event queues or something.04:18
cfhowlettpangolin   I got flood lag - sorry...04:18
meiji11sonu, you should probably specify a library or something..04:18
invisigothikalso ran lshw -c network, but dont wanna paste that, cause of that last oops04:18
dr_willis!pastebinit04:18
ubottupastebinit is the command-line equivalent of !pastebin - Command output, or other text can be redirected to pastebinit, which then reports an URL containing the output - To use pastebinit, install the « pastebinit » package from a package manager - Simple usage: command | pastebinit -b http://paste.ubuntu.com04:18
tadpoleguys04:19
tadpolei need a hand04:19
tadpoleim using fluxbox04:19
tadpoleand i dont know how to setup dual monitors with my ATI card04:19
bludah its just ao=alsa04:20
dr_willisyou installed the ati drivers ?04:20
tadpoleyeh04:20
tadpoleim new to linux04:20
tadpolei dont know where to go04:20
Liamdrienis there a known issue with booting from usb drives larger than a certain size?04:20
tadpoleto set the option04:20
dr_willisrun the ati config tool ?04:20
tadpolewhere is that?04:20
meiji11check system preferences.04:21
IcemanV9!xrandr | tadpole04:21
ubottutadpole: XRandR 1.2 is the new method of running dual screens in !X.  Information/HowTo here: http://wiki.debian.org/XStrikeForce/HowToRandR1204:21
dr_willisno idea what nenu. its cimmand is like..   amdcccl or similer from a terminal04:21
invisigothiksorry for the flood. :(04:21
tadpolelol, where's system preferences XD04:22
invisigothiklemme try again, i installed ubuntu 11.10 onto a desktop with a realtek ethernet card, which 11.10 doesnt like so much. i've updated the drivers and still no love.04:23
EruadanI'm running ubuntu inside virtual box on a windows vista machine. Why when i press full screen, it doesn't get 100% full, just a big black box, with the small box desktop in the middle?04:25
cfhowlettEruadan   did you install guest additions?04:25
Eruadanon windows i must install?04:25
LiamdrienEruadan what virtual machine program are you using?04:25
Eruadanvirtual box04:25
dr_willisinvisigothik:  a wired nic?04:26
cfhowlettEruadan   read the virtualbox help file for Guest Additions - full instructions are there...04:26
psusiEruadan, change the screen resolution04:26
tadpoleyeh..04:27
Eruadanpsusi, the screen resolution of the ubuntu or in the windows host/?04:27
tadpoleSo...No idea how to setup dual monitoring in fluxbox?04:27
snickers_ok guys, going to the strip club04:28
dr_willistadpole:  with the aticinfig tool i belive.04:28
psusiEruadan, either.. if the virtual machine resolution is lower than the real screen resolution, then it won't use the whole screen04:28
snickers_be back when hell freezes over04:28
Eruadan<cfhowlett>, i think guest additions would be if ubuntu was the host sytem, wich is not the case04:28
tadpolehow do i get the aticonfigtool?04:28
dr_willis!ati04:28
ubottuFor Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto04:28
cfhowlettEruadan   news to me but entirely possible.  Sorry if I misdirected you.04:29
Eruadanpsusi, it's funny, cause i installed archlinux also, and i din't have such problem04:29
dr_willisinvisigothik:  best to chat in the channel. i may have to leave at any time04:30
Eruadanhow can i change screen resolution ?04:31
dr_willistadpole:  open a terminal. try    amd<tab>  that should show a list.04:31
urfr332g0Eruadan, in display04:32
tadpoledoesnt04:32
tadpoleerr04:32
dr_willishit tab a few times04:32
tadpolei want to get rid of flux box04:32
tadpoleah04:33
tadpolethere we go04:33
JezarithDid sun-java6-jdk just get yanked from partner?04:33
chazAnyone know how to get Rhythmbox to access my  media server via DLNA ?04:33
dr_willisbash basics... :-)04:33
zykotick9Jezarith: yes, Oracle said no one can distribute except them04:33
tadpolenow what04:33
Eruadani  think i found the problem, maximum res it gives me it's 800 x 60004:34
Jezarithzykotick9, I saw a post on slashdot a few months back, but it has worked... when did it get yanked? Do we know any mirrors? this is really a bitch04:34
zykotick9Jezarith: no idea04:34
psusiI suppose that's what happens when you rely on closed source software...04:35
tadpolei still dont know what to do after that XD04:35
dr_willis!java04:35
ubottuTo just use java you need a "Java Runtime Environment" (JRE) and/or a browser plugin. If that is not sufficient you will need a "Java Development Kit" (JDK) aka "Software  Development Kit" (SDK).  Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java about how to install one of three current implementations.04:35
Jezarithdr_willis, I know, It doesn't make it less of a pain in the ass.04:36
yanick_I try to change a process priority (to a lower value) but it constently reset back to 0, how can I force the priority to be permanent on the process?04:36
dr_willisJezarith:  webupd8 blog has some guides04:36
Jezarithdr_willis, I have a about 20 different puppet manifests with it as an apt dependency, and apps that require sun's version. So.. shit04:36
tadpoledr_Willis04:37
tadpolehow about you control my screen and do it for me?04:37
tadpoleim hopeless XD04:37
tadpoleOr you could tell me how to get rid of fluxbox :P04:37
dr_willistadpole:  nit going to happen. on my phone04:37
tadpolemmk04:37
pangolinJezarith: please mind your language04:37
zykotick9tadpole: install another WM/DE and select it at login04:38
hauxgrub2 will no longer load on startup. It boots directly into Ubuntu. I've done grub-install, update-grub, everything. no luck. any suggestions?04:38
tadpolehow do i do that?04:38
Jezarithlol...04:38
tadpoleI want the original ubuntu one back04:38
dr_willishow did you remove it?04:39
tadpoleidk04:39
zykotick9haux: HOLD shift after BIOS to get grub menu04:39
tadpolemy bro did it for me04:39
tadpolehe is insane with this shiz04:39
tadpolebut he is offline and im desperate04:39
hauxzykotick9, shouldn't it display automatically though? It always has before04:39
dr_willisinstall the ubuntu-desktop package04:39
zykotick9haux: if you only have ubuntu, i think it defaults to not showing04:39
zykotick9haux: you can change behaviour in /etc/default/grub04:40
hauxzykotick9, Ubuntu/Windows. The whole windows thing is different issue entirely.04:40
riyonukHow come this link is broken on the website? :/04:40
riyonukhttp://releases.ubuntu.com/10.04.3/ubuntu-10.04.3-server-amd64.iso.torrent04:40
zykotick9riyonuk: i believe there is a 10.04.4 now04:40
pangolinriyonuk: because 10.04.4 was released yesterday04:40
chazAnyone got DLNA working with Rythmbox ?04:41
hauxzykotick9, do you know what I would have to change?04:41
zykotick9haux: look for hidden entries i think04:41
hauxzykotick9, GRUB_DEFAULT=0 ...change to 1?04:41
zykotick9haux: not that04:42
riyonukWhere do I download? I'm just trying to download Ubuntu Server, haha04:42
satyanashpangolin, really ?04:42
hauxGRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=004:42
hauxGRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET=true04:42
zykotick9haux: that's to choose which entry to boot by default04:42
riyonuktorrent please, direct download is really slow04:42
zykotick9haux: that looks better ;)04:42
quinti cant remove wine04:42
* satyanash goes to upgrade his servers to 10.04.0404:42
hauxzykotick9, those are what it was already set to...04:42
urfr332g0!boot | haux04:42
ubottuhaux: Boot options: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions - To add/remove startup services, you can use the package 'bum', or update-rc.d - To add your own startup scripts, use /etc/rc.local - See also !grub and !dualboot - Making a boot floppy: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto/BootFloppy - Also see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SmartBootManagerHowto04:42
dr_willisapt-get remove wine04:43
zykotick9haux: i'd assume that timeout_quiet=true means hide it, i could have it wrong though04:43
cfhowlettquint   wine takes up SO little space maybe just leave it there?04:43
tadpolehow to i install the ubuntu-desktop package?04:43
urfr332g0haux, sorry I meant the bot to show you this to run and pastebin the results.text  http://bootinfoscript.sourceforge.net/04:43
hauxurfr332g0, I have that already04:44
dr_willisthat willnot remove apps you installed with wine04:44
urfr332g0haux, cool pastebin it.04:44
cfhowletttadpole   sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop04:44
hauxurfr332g0, http://pastebin.com/8Yzf1cqC04:45
urfr332g0haux, if you have done any changes after running it run it again though.04:45
hauxyup04:45
urfr332g0haux, this since all the changes?04:45
hauxI just ran it04:45
zykotick9haux: FYI if you make any changes to /etc/default/grub you need to run "sudo update-grub" for them to be applied04:46
LiamdrienAny other suggestions besides plop to get 11.10 to boot from my 8gb flash drive? I've tried quite a few options to no avail. Is this a limitation of the usb drive because of it's size?04:46
hauxI recently rearrange some SATA cables. My primary drive changed to /dev/sda, and I wanted grub to be installed on it's mbr. In my attempt to do this, windows disappeared from the grub boot list. etc etc... I messed around and now grub won't load at all.04:47
haux*rearranged04:47
urfr332g0haux, your missing this on the sda2 and the bootflag. /bootmgr /Boot/BCD04:48
hauxEven tried recovatux or whatever it's called, from the super grub2 disc04:48
ch33zwho the fuck is acceptance?04:48
zykotick9Liamdrien: it certainly doesn't have anything to do with 8GB size, i've booted lots of USB sticks that size and larger04:48
cfhowlett!language|ch33z04:48
ubottuch33z: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.04:48
pangolinch33z: no swearing please04:48
ch33zo i seee...04:48
hauxurfr332g0, Sorry, I didn't understand that...04:48
urfr332g0haux, your missing the full W7 boot files04:49
ch33zis there a mature and cool ubuntu chat anyone know of?04:49
bazhang!ot | ch33z04:49
ubottuch33z: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!04:49
urfr332g0haux, use gparted to set the boot flag on the sda2 that is the windows install right?04:50
hauxurfr332g0, yes04:50
hauxurfr332g0, I know what I did now..04:50
ch33zwell, it would be cool to have a cool chat04:50
hauxurfr332g0, I deleted the 100mb partition for windows because i thought the new grub install would load everything04:50
vindavAnybody know the terminal command to determine HDD size, and the amount of data it is holding ?04:51
hauxIt was the "system reserved" partition for windows 704:51
bazhangch33z, this is support only. please chit chat in #ubuntu-offtopic04:51
ch33zo cool04:51
ch33zyea04:51
urfr332g0haux, that had the boot files you need go to ##windows for help04:51
ch33zdo they whine if i talk normal though there? just wondering..04:51
bazhangch33z, please stay on topic here04:52
Liamdrienzykotick: I didn't think it did but my windows installs boot just fine off the flash drive it's just linux distros, it's not even limited to ubuntu I also tried debian and fedora.04:52
ch33zsorry bang bang04:52
cfhowlettvindav   df -h04:52
urfr332g0haux, withn the boot flag set on the sda2 a couple of commands from a recovery or install disc should get you fixed04:52
ch33zalso bazhang04:52
zykotick9!tab > Liamdrien04:52
ubottuLiamdrien, please see my private message04:52
ch33zi need help real quick04:52
urfr332g0haux, a W7 disc that is.04:52
zykotick9Liamdrien: sorry, i don't have an explanation for that.  Good luck.04:53
ch33zwhen installing ubuntu server do i use my static ip as my host name?04:53
ch33zHostname:04:53
Liamdrienzykotick9: thanks04:53
zykotick9ch33z: i doubt hostname would allow periods04:53
hauxurfr332g0, I will have to give that a try. Thanks for your help. I didn't realize boot files were missing... that was the missing key all along.04:53
ch33zyup04:53
ch33zdoes the host name just be wahtever we want?04:54
ch33zzykotick9 like "Server" as the host name04:54
ch33zcall it "Server"04:54
zykotick9ch33z: it's the Name of the computer, select anything you want04:54
ch33zfigured that04:54
ch33zsomeone told me different04:54
vindavcfhowlett:  thank you very much.  BTW, do you know how one can use the SWAP area to store data instead of just  /dev/sda5  (local drive) ?04:54
zykotick9vindav: how big is your SWAP partition?04:55
cfhowlettvindav   pretty sure that's a questionable idea but ask the channel...04:55
zykotick9vindav: you DON'T want to store anything there - doubt it's possible04:55
vindavzytotick9:  it is 232GB, used 135GB already for it.04:56
zykotick9vindav: that's not SWAP then (or i hope it isn't)04:57
zykotick9!tab > vindav04:57
ubottuvindav, please see my private message04:57
cfhowlettvindav   my general rule is Swap = 2X ram.  YMMV.04:57
Poindexter_Hey guys I am running a Virtual IRC  ubuntu client box. Just checking it out.04:58
urfr332g0cfhowlett, how much ram do you have?04:58
zykotick9cfhowlett: i'd suggest in modern times, 2X RAM is overkill - but it's easier then trying to explain Physical RAM + a little (if you want hibernate)04:59
cfhowletturfr332g0   4 gig ram/8gig swap.04:59
urfr332g0cfhowlett, ^^^^04:59
vindavzykotick9:  my /dev/sda5 HDD is my local drive;  /dev/sda1  is that small portion of 100MB; and the /dev/sda2 is I guess the SWAP area.05:00
cfhowlettzykotick9   out of a 500g drive, 8G seems a trivial sacrifice to the computing gods.05:00
vindavcfhowlett:  What is the purpose of SWAT ?05:00
cfhowlett!swap|vindav05:00
ubottuvindav: swap is used to move unused programs and data out of main memory to make your system faster. It can also be used as extra memory if you don't have enough. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SwapFaq for more info05:00
meiji11special weaponry and tactics, of course.05:00
zykotick9meiji11: well, you did technically answer the question asked ;)05:01
meiji11what we're here for.05:01
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cfhowlettmeiji11   the first rule of swap is you don't TALK about swap.  you've been warned...05:01
zykotick9meiji11: i'd say SWAT is perhaps OT ;)05:01
Poindexter_DrWillis how are you today? nice to see you again.05:01
meiji11:)05:02
cfhowlettand now that we've completely befuddled and confused the helpseekers...05:02
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Missionwhere can I find the bash configuration file?05:05
MissionI05:05
zykotick9Mission: start with ~/.bashrc05:06
vindavcfhowlett:  ok, thanks for the info.  Good to know and that Ubuntu self-manages it.  Good.  Got to go now.:D05:06
Missionthanks zykotick905:06
cfhowlettvindav   have fun/be safe05:06
zykotick9Mission: it really depends what you want to configure however, other common settings might be in ~/.profile05:07
Missionwell I used to be able to configure it before05:07
MissionI just forgot the directory05:07
Missionbashrc sounds more fimiliar is all05:08
kiod!list05:08
ubottuThis is not a file sharing channel (or network); be sure to read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».05:08
MissionI'm still a little confused05:09
Missionit would be some place where you'd place something like...  cat art.txt05:10
zykotick9Mission: "cat art.txt" is a command with a file.  What do you really want to do?05:11
meiji11I have an ubuntu question of my own. often, when experiencing a problem (ie I can't connect to my WAP) I'll reboot and find that ubuntu has automatically routed around it (or so it would seem).. is there a way to check the changes it made without resorting to /var/log or dmesg, etc? it's great that ubuntu does it, but I would like to know how. with other linux distributions, problems of that nature just.. persist, until I fix them myself.05:11
MissionI want to load ascii art every time I open the linux terminal05:11
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zykotick9Mission: playing with MOTD might be what your looking for then.  I'm no help though, good luck.05:12
bluezoneanyone know of a company that ships netbooks with ubuntu and not windows 7? (I don't want to buy w7 for nothing!)05:12
Missionok thanks for the help05:12
MissionI think I came accross one earlier today05:13
Missionbluezone: here's a place where you might find something like that05:14
Missionhttp://www.youtube.com/user/System76Video/featured?v=NFylMwry2h005:14
urfr332g0bluezone, http://www.system76.com/05:14
Missiondon't know about notebooks but they do linux computers by a default05:14
urfr332g0bluezone, here are the netbooks I believe. http://www.linux-netbook.com/system76-starling-netbook05:15
invisigothikhello again. i am having issues with getting a broadcom ethernet card to work with ubuntu 11.10. i have followed the instructions for installing the newer drivers for the realtek from the launchpad forum. the new driver installed, yet do not work.05:17
zykotick9Mission: FYI i was wrong about MOTD, that doesn't show when you open a terminal05:19
riyonukOkay, I think I botched something up on my server. I can't ping anything. All I did was change dhcp to static (tutorial for getting a static ip) and now it wont work :(05:19
Missionit's all good05:20
MissionI was able to figure things out05:20
Missionnow ascii art loads :D05:20
zykotick9riyonuk: using /etc/network/interfaces?  Can you pastebin the current contents?05:20
meiji11I don't know, I was having trouble with the ralink, and apparently.. rebooting ubuntu is magic sauce for one's problems. I have no idea why.05:20
riyonukzykotick9: I'll try.05:20
riyonukzykotick9: How do I select all text using nano?05:22
riyonukGod I feel like a retard right now d:05:22
zykotick9riyonuk: sorry no idea, not really a nano-guy05:22
invisigothiki'll pastebin the ifconfig/lshw if this info will help anyone out there to help me....05:22
zykotick9riyonuk: do you have entries for address, netmask, network, broadcast and gateway?05:23
dr_willisinvisigothik:  check dmesg output also. try loading the new driver module by hand.05:24
riyonukjust address, netmask, and gateway05:24
skegeekI need some help figuring out why Ubuntu freezes when I plug the power cord in...05:24
zykotick9riyonuk: then you are missing stuff05:24
riyonukzykotick9: then the tutorial I just followed sucks.05:24
cfhowlettskegeek   is your adaptor OEM?  Replacement adaptors cause all kinds of funny things...05:25
* riyonuk throws arms in the air05:25
zykotick9riyonuk: crappy tutuorials online are unfortunatly not-uncommon ;)05:25
skegeekI do know that I have to unplug the cord for BIOS to complete and OS to begin loading. But, I can plug it in without Windows freezing.05:25
overcluckerriyonuk: do you have nameservers set?05:25
invisigothikhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/846830/05:25
hiexpoacceptance, thats fine but don't pm me please >05:25
riyonuknope05:25
cfhowlettskegeek   OME or no...05:25
skegeekThe power cord is original.05:25
aBoundHello all, I was curious was there anyway to switch the Unity numbered shortcuts to key combination shortcuts?05:26
riyonukits in a vmware install though, so im not sure if I'm doing it the right way05:26
cfhowlettskegeek   adaptor would be the box part - read the label.  Should be of same manufacture as your computer.05:26
acceptancehiexpo: ok05:26
invisigothikdr_willis: i actually already did the driver by terminal code, following the instructions from launchpad05:26
overcluckerriyonuk: can you ping 8.8.8.8 ?05:26
skegeekIt all came in the same box, I bought this laptop brand new.05:27
cfhowlettskegeek   OK that should answer that question....05:28
riyonukit says host unreachable05:29
riyonukthis is actually quite complicated to setup, but it's fun nontheless05:29
hiexpo? is that true that gnome 2 is out no longer supported ?05:29
skegeekI don't know why BIOS requires the  cord to be unplugged, although Toshiba did release an upgrade recently which I still haven't figured out how to download/install.05:29
cfhowletthiexpo   consider g2 dead05:29
overcluckerriyonuk: that means name servers aren't the problem05:29
zykotick9hiexpo: g2 is alive and well in debian stable, for another year or so05:30
cfhowlettskegeek   did a software center search for toshiba - some laptops have custom additions to make them more ubuntu friendly.05:30
hiexpothats not good if g2 is out and  thanks zykotick905:31
machiolatecan someone help me ... i keep getting ' bash: ./my_script: bin/bash: bad interpreter: No such file or directory05:31
machiolate ' this message when i try to run this simple script05:31
machiolatenot sure why it won't execute, i've set the permissions and checked the path05:31
zykotick9machiolate: check the first line #!/bin/bash is probably incorrect05:32
machiolateok05:32
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Picklefacefor some reason I cant dl music onto my blackberry I cant even see it plugged in05:32
hiexpoMachHare, what is your bin bash script pastebinit05:32
meiji11is the wayland project a substitute for x?05:32
machiolateahh! thanks zykotic9 was missing a '/' lol05:32
meiji11I hope so, because I passionately hate x.05:32
overcluckerriyonuk: whats the  link to the tutorial you used?05:32
zykotick9machiolate: and my /bin/bash is only an example, use whatever interpreter the script uses05:32
riyonukoverclucker: I think the hardest part for me is just editing text. vim or nano, not very fun05:32
hiexpooops soory MachHare05:33
overcluckerriyonuk: that'll get easier with practice.05:33
hiexpowhat is your bin bash machiolate05:33
Picklefacefor some reason I cant dl music onto my blackberry I cant even see it plugged in05:34
machiolateahh, it was referring to that line of specific code, got it. thanks again05:34
hiexponp05:34
riyonukoverclucker: thanks for trying to help. going to learn vim before I try again, as I'm just spinning my wheels05:36
hiexporiyonuk, maybe use nano05:36
riyonukhiexpo: still hard, can't even ctrl+a, ctrl+c05:36
hiexporiyonuk, what ya trying to do ?05:37
riyonukhiexpo: just copy and paste /etc/network/interfaces05:37
zykotick9riyonuk: you don't really need to pastebin that, we know you are missing stuff05:37
zykotick9!pastebinit | riyonuk you might also be interested in05:38
ubotturiyonuk you might also be interested in: pastebinit is the command-line equivalent of !pastebin - Command output, or other text can be redirected to pastebinit, which then reports an URL containing the output - To use pastebinit, install the « pastebinit » package from a package manager - Simple usage: command | pastebinit -b http://paste.ubuntu.com05:38
hiexporiyonuk, why not much in there what ya needto know ?05:38
hiexporiyonuk, what ya trying to find out about your network ?05:39
hiexporiyonuk, lots of easier ways than going there05:41
riyonukAlright, now I get ping: unknown host www.google.com, I configured /etc/networking/interfaces correctly (5 lines this time)05:44
riyonukthough I didn't do the nameserver thing, cause idk what he's talking about05:44
zykotick9riyonuk: /etc/resolv.conf05:45
riyonukYeah that05:45
riyonukhttp://www.howtogeek.com/howto/ubuntu/change-ubuntu-server-from-dhcp-to-a-static-ip-address/05:45
riyonukfollowing that tutorial, but when I do ifconfig /all, it says device not found05:45
khlopkoclear05:47
khlopkoexit05:47
khlopkoquit05:48
capcookadd a slash05:48
capcooklike05:48
dr_willisyou sure the option is /all ?05:48
PatroussHi, I got some problems with my wireless interface on Ubuntu 11.10; It has worked before I tryed to patch my driver with compat-wireless and now I  tryed many things but I'm kind of newbie on linux, so I don't know if someone here can help me ? :)05:48
capcooklike /quit05:48
chaos_zerocan you have more then one "window" in ubuntu server. like another terminal?05:48
Picklefaceguys how do i sync music from my ubuntu to my phone its a blackberry05:49
zykotick9chaos_zero: alt+f1 to f10, or use screen05:49
Picklefacehelp plz05:49
dr_willischaos_zero: see  screen command05:49
dr_willis!screen05:49
ubottuscreen is a window manager for terminal sessions, also useful over SSH. The 'byobu' package provides very useful additional utilities. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Screen05:49
dr_willisalso tmux05:49
dr_willis!info tmux05:49
ubottutmux (source: tmux): terminal multiplexer. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.5-1 (oneiric), package size 208 kB, installed size 508 kB05:49
antisk3ptichello, can anyone help me with this issue: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=192739605:49
chaos_zerovery good thanks05:49
chaos_zeroi can only do up to alt F^ though05:50
chaos_zeroF605:50
zykotick9chaos_zero: sorry my bad, that's the default05:50
chaos_zeromk05:50
chaos_zeronp05:50
dr_willischaos_zero: theres ways to add mire. but screen works well05:50
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riyonukOkay, so what is my name server?05:51
chaos_zerohow about 8.8.8.8 =P05:52
riyonukI thought it would be whatever I put for "address"05:52
riyonukor does it not matter?05:52
chaos_zerousually thats what i do, but recently i have been putting that and then 8.8.8.8 as the secondary05:53
chaos_zerogoogle servers05:53
chaos_zerooh and not address05:53
chaos_zerogateway is what you copy05:53
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Picklefaceguys how do i sync music from my ubuntu to my phone its a blackberry05:53
Bham-Bobmy Xubuntu just lost grub after running the updater. I need help restoring grub from a live CD05:55
Emillowhi05:56
cfhowlettEmillow   greetings05:56
zykotick9!grub2 | Bham-Bob05:56
ubottuBham-Bob: 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)05:56
Emillowwow I just figured out how to make xchat work 00.005:56
urfr332g0Bham-Bob, three methods read carefully. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2#Reinstalling_GRUB205:57
chaos_zerowow rtorrent ate all my memory05:57
zykotick9!atemyram | chaos_zero05:58
ubottuchaos_zero: If you are wondering why some tools report your system has very little free memory, have a look at http://www.linuxatemyram.com/ | A short primer on Linux memory management can be found here: http://sourcefrog.net/weblog/software/linux-kernel/free-mem.html05:58
chaos_zerorofl theirs a command called atemyram05:58
chaos_zerohaha05:58
riyonukYES I GOT IT TO WORK. LIKE A BOSS! :D06:00
riyonukmy router is 192.169.ZERO.106:00
riyonukOkay, now after doing this, hopefully my plan will work. Now I can SSH, through Terminal on my Mac, into my Virtual Machine, since it's set to a static IP, right? I've already installed openssh-server, and guides online aren't too helpful with adding pub keys06:01
pnormanriyonuk: do you need help setting the keys up?06:03
chaos_zerolike a boss06:03
riyonukI know how to generate it, but no idea how to get it onto the virtual machine, or where it goes06:03
pnormanriyonuk: many routers have an option to assign some hosts (by MAC address) to always have the same IP06:03
pnormanriyonuk: the pub key goes into ~/.ssh/ and you'll have to either copy/paste, use scp, or something similar06:04
Bham-Bobso reading how to fix grub it says to type sudo grub-install /dev/XXX when I do that (replacing XXX with sda) cannot find a device for /boot/grub (is /dev mounted?)06:04
riyonukWait, looks like SSH works if I use the name I installed ubuntu with06:05
riyonukhttp://dl.dropbox.com/u/36433495/Screen%20Shot%202012-02-18%20at%2012.04.39%20AM.png06:05
dr_willisssh-copy-id  command is handy on linux machines06:05
urfr332g0Bham-Bob, that limk is rather confusing take a look at the one I posted.06:05
urfr332g0link06:05
zykotick9Bham-Bob: you can't jump steps - you aren't in a chrooted environment if you are getting that error06:06
dRounse! | error06:06
ubottuPlease elaborate, your question or issue may not seem clear or detailed enough for people to help you. Please give more detailed information, errors, steps, and possibly configuration files (use the !pastebin to avoid flooding the channel)06:06
bostonGuys help me,please advise me on the best easy to install Linux timer06:06
dRounseim from boston06:07
dRounselol06:07
dr_willisboston:  what?06:07
dRounsewhats a kubuntu server?06:08
bostonLinux timer for a cyber cafe06:08
dr_willisa server you install kubuntu on. :)06:08
WoCboston, as in a session time limit ?06:09
cfhowlettboston see  http://www.google.com/search?client=ubuntu&channel=fs&q=ubuntu+cyber+cafe+manage&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-806:09
dRounsedr_willis i figured that much but whats the point? that seems like it would need a lot of ram to run decently06:09
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bostona software like cyber cafe pro06:09
dr_willisany desktop install can work as a server. so thats just bad phraseing06:10
bostonIt records time spent in one computer and charges06:11
dRounseis having lxde on a server bad? i dont know commanline well enough to use it or should i use webmin?06:11
zykotick9!webmin | dRounse06:11
ubottudRounse: 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.06:11
dr_willisdo not use webmin06:11
cfhowlettdRounse   PURE servers don't have  a gui  :)06:11
dRounseboston: good ole' pen and paper, make 'em sign in06:11
dr_willis!ebox06:11
ubottuzentyal is a web-based GUI interface for administering a server. It is designed to work with Ubuntu/Debian style configuration management. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Zentyal (Project formally known as eBox - including in Lucid/10.04).06:11
dRounselegit last night someone said they were running webmin and it worked fine06:12
possible1994If I use the command alias x=y, will x=y after a reboot, or will I have to make a startup script to do it every boot?06:12
dr_willis'fine' is the sticky area06:12
mrd_hello06:12
dRounseso is zentyal like webmin?06:12
mrd_i need help06:12
dRounsemrd_ yes...06:13
dr_willislearning to use the cli is worth the effort06:13
RikkiRockethey can some help me06:13
cfhowlettRikkiRocket   ask away...06:13
mrd_i need06:13
dr_willis!ask06:13
ubottuPlease don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience06:13
mrd_to know06:13
dRounsedr_willis: i know but i dont wanna have to learn it in order to use this, ill learn along the way06:13
mrd_how to retrive detail of owner of http://shariah4hind.com06:14
dr_willisto use what wxactly?06:14
RikkiRocketcfhowlett: i am looking to install, and run a program on fedora06:14
mrd_cn any one help06:14
bostondrounse: are you a technician?06:14
cfhowlettRikkiRocket   #fedora06:14
RikkiRocketcfhowlett: Awindows prgram06:14
dRounsedr_willis an ubuntu server, i wanna be able to set it up and use it, not have to learn cli now06:14
dRounseboston: no06:14
dRounse! | fedora06:15
ubottuOther !Linux distributions besides !Ubuntu include: Debian, Mepis (using !APT); RedHat, Fedora, SUSE, Mandriva (using !RPM); Gentoo, Slackware (using other packaging systems)06:15
iyank4hi all, i curious about screenlet, i install flower screenlet, i give water, but it does not bloom :'(06:15
mrd_how can i destroy this website http://shariah4hind.com which speak against my country06:15
dr_willisdRounse:  what service are yiu needing to run?06:15
dRounsea file server, for files and movies06:15
dr_willismrd_:  take it elsewhere.06:15
dr_willisdroy06:15
mrd_where06:16
mrd_any channel that can help06:16
bostondrounse: Do you know one that i can contact?06:16
cfhowlettmrd_ ask your government06:16
dr_willisany desktop install can do that dRounse06:16
mrd_they cant06:16
mrd_tryong for06:16
dipixmrd_ google is your friend06:16
mrd_one year06:16
grunt_Anyone here that can help me install Artwiz fonts on Ubuntu 11.10?06:16
bazhangmrd_, stop it06:16
mrd_can any channel help06:17
bazhangmrd_, no06:17
crshbndctdoes this channel have operators?06:17
dRounseboston: unfortunatly not, try the ubuntuforums and just post your question, more eyes will see it than the few on here06:17
dipixmrd_ google is your friend06:17
mrd_google06:17
cfhowlettmrd_ not this one.  Do your research and you'll find what you seek.06:17
boston drounse: Thanks!06:17
mrd_i did man i cant do it of find any one06:17
bazhangmrd_, thats enough. this is ubuntu support only . dont ask again06:17
dRounseboston: no problem06:18
dipixyes, go ask google06:18
crshbndcti joined up and within a second some dude was sending me some political thing about the WTC and some other guys wants free speech removed..06:18
crshbndctweird06:18
cfhowlettcrshbndct   type this /ignore nameofbonehead06:18
dRounsedr_willis: so if install ubuntu server with : ssh, file server and lxde desktop i should be golden?06:18
grunt_Looking for someone that can help me install Artwiz fonts on Ubunut 11.10...Having trouble  Can anyone here give me a hand?06:18
dr_willisdRounse:  why are you needing the 'server' editiin at all06:19
terminhellya same here...4000 missing jews. go cry somewhere else with your conspiracies06:19
dRounsedr_willis whats editiin?06:19
crshbndctyeah.. i just wanna figure out why the daily of 12.04 i386 wont run on a 32bit machine.. it is telling me i need a kernel appropriate to my processor06:19
dr_willisdRounse: easier to install services on a lubuntu install06:19
dr_willisedition06:19
mmaattHello. My wireless connection is really slow on linux. Any suggestions on how to fix this?06:20
Ben64crshbndct: 12.04 support is in #ubuntu+106:20
urfr332g0crshbndct, #ubuntu+1 is your destination.06:20
crshbndctokay cool thanks06:20
cfhowlettgrunt_ see http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=80931206:20
dRounsedr_willis oh, because i dont wanna deal with all of the junk that comes a lubuntu install06:20
dRounseor is that going to be there when i install the lxde desktop?06:20
dr_williswhat junk?06:20
grunt_Looking for someone that can help me install Artwiz fonts on Ubunut 11.10...Having trouble  Can anyone here give me a hand?06:21
dr_willisyou get same setup06:21
urfr332g0!repeat > grunt_06:21
ubottugrunt_, please see my private message06:21
dRounsedr_willis ok nvm then, sorry i thought it was just a bare desktop06:21
iyank4grunt_, i install Font manager, and just drop the font file there06:22
dRounsewould a plain openbox desktop be better than lxde?06:22
dr_willisfor a simple setup for a home lan. lubuntu plus the services you need works well06:22
terminhellcant you just add the .tff file to your .fonts folder in home06:22
dr_willisfor a simple setup for a home lan. lubuntu plus the services you need works well06:22
poyntzhi all06:22
Blue1howdy tex06:23
dr_willisdRounse:  install whatever wm/desktop you want.06:23
dr_willisopenbox is just a windowmanager06:23
poyntzwhen I try to run sudo mount -t hfsplus -o I get http://paste.kde.org/424388/06:23
poyntz- please help me fix it06:23
dRounsedr_willis whats the lightest one without it being text?06:23
terminhellopenbox or fluxbox06:24
dr_willisyou usig some super old hardware?06:24
poyntzor get the hfsplus06:24
dr_willisjwm is lightest and low on features. ;)06:24
iyank4dRounse, it's a pain using openbox as daily desktop, but it's nice for some folks :-)06:24
dRounsedr_willis well i have 512 mb of RAM and a celeron d i dont want a desktop thats gonna kill my hardware06:24
WoCwindowmaker is pretty neat and slim too :)06:25
terminhellAWESOME06:25
dRounseiyank4: its for my server, i use regular old ubuntu as my desktop06:25
dRounsei dont like awesome ive tried that06:25
dr_willistry lxde/lubuntu and see.. or go learn cli i guess06:25
poyntzactually06:25
poyntzI think it's now hpumount06:25
Blue1poyntz: but what device is it?  normally mounts are sudo mount /dev/xxx mountpoint06:25
iyank4dRounse, have take a look to crunchbang linux ?06:25
dr_willisonce you get the server setup. dont run the desktop.....06:25
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dipixdRounse, if you don't mind me butting in, build yourself an AMD pc they are super cheap and will work awesome with ubuntu06:25
dRounseis a celeron d ok for a server?06:26
poyntzBlue1: I'm trying to mount a .img file to a directory - but the majority of the files aren't showing up when i don't use the -t hfsplus option06:26
dr_willisdepends on the work the server is doing06:26
dRounsedipix i have an athlon ii but when use my celeron as a desktop its not quite good enough06:26
Blue1poyntz: by imago do you mean iso?06:26
poyntzBlue1: only thing is that mount -t hfsplus -o <file> <dir> isn't working06:26
Blue1image06:27
poyntzBlue1: no. .img file06:27
dRounsedr_willis just movies, music and word docs pretty much06:27
incognitoHello, I'm having trouble with my Audio...can someone help?06:27
poyntzBlue1: <file>.img, different format06:27
poyntzto .iso06:27
Blue1poyntz: okay not fam. with mac so I can't help.06:27
WoCpoyntz are you mounting a image file ?06:27
poyntzWoC: yep06:27
dr_willisdRounse:  a 'file' server via samba is normally hd speed limited06:27
WoCpoyntz -o loop06:27
poyntzWoC: only half the files show up if i do that06:27
Blue1WoC: okay that is like an iso then06:28
dipixdRounse, I'm confused! are you using the Athlon or Celeron with your desktop?06:28
dRounsedr_willis its a seagate green 2tb 5900 rpm06:28
poyntzWoC: I'm guessing that the other files are not mounted06:28
incognitoEverytime I load up my chrome/firefox and i put my game on, while i have rhythmbox open, it cuts the sound from my rhythmbox off but still keeps the file playing. Does anyone have any ideas?06:28
dRounsedipix athlon because its more powerful06:28
WoCpoyntz the image has more than one partition ?06:28
poyntzWoC: because the fs type is not supported06:28
dr_willisa 'green' hd is green because its slower then normal hds ;)06:28
poyntzWoC: possibly06:28
dr_willisless speed = less power needed06:29
poyntzWoC: I wouldn't be surprised if it has 6/7 partitions06:29
dRounsedr_willis i know lol so im thinking im good for this server lol i hope06:29
WoCpoyntz that could explain why you dont see all files06:29
iyank4incognito, something about pulseaudio mixer *don't sure06:29
antisk3pticI need a kerberos expert asap06:29
poyntzWoC: I think it's a hfs filesystem as well06:29
incognitoiyank4: what about pulseaudio mixer?06:30
dipixdRounse, good, I have a Celeron on a desktop and it's not working when I installed ubuntu on it. pretty much good for a home file server06:30
WoCpoyntz if u have a mac emulator to use it in, try that... assuming the image is from a mac06:30
urfr332g0!ask > antisk3ptic06:30
ubottuantisk3ptic, please see my private message06:30
antisk3pticokay thank you06:31
dRounsedipix, well ubuntu runs fine, but i do a lot of music and watching youtube and i can hear it struggle, also i play minecraft and my desktop with 2 gigs of ram the the athlon ii is struggling, i think itd kill my celeron06:31
Blue1dRounse: what kind of card?06:31
poyntzWoC: I don't have a mac emulator :(. Basically I'm trying to covert a .dmg file to an .iso06:31
incognitoI have downloaded the PulseAudio volume control package, but my driver is the alsa driver for the ASUS motherboard06:31
dr_willisminecraft is not very optmized. ;)06:32
poyntzWoC: I want to put all the files on the .iso onto a pendrive and install Mac OS X on another partition06:32
dr_willispoyntz:  there may be dmg2iso converters for widows you could use in wie06:32
antisk3pticSo I am setting up an sftp server on a ubuntu 11.10 box. It will be on a network with Windows Server 2008, which is a domain controller. This sftp server will be strictly a file server, WinServ has Active Directory with Kerberos. I am used to setting up ssh with keys. I need to know how to set it up so users can authenticate with kerberos on a mainly windows based network and then get into06:32
antisk3pticubuntu box06:32
poyntzdr_willis: I don't have windows :(06:32
chris_anyone like to look to see whats wrong with a php script of mine(and maybe give me some pointers)06:33
iyank4incognito, seems chrome/firefox is directly using alsa, or the rhythombox that directly using alsa.. check the output setting of rythmbox, *i'm using banshee06:33
dipixdRounse, your daily use is pretty heavy, I'd suggest building a quad core06:33
chris_http://pastebin.com/STBCLKVt06:33
poyntzdr_willis: I crashed my windows installation and now only have linux06:33
WoCpoyntz that sounds more like a osx question than ubuntu question06:33
dr_willispoyntz:  to boot from the pendrive? try just dd-ing the image to the flsdh06:33
dRounseBlue1 GeForce 6150SE nForce06:33
dr_willispoyntz:  windows tools often work in 'wine'06:33
incognitoiyank4: in my pulseaudio playback it doesn't show my chrome right now, and i have my game up, but it shows rhythmbox06:33
debugg3r I hate niggers.06:33
Ben64chris_: you know... nmap exists06:34
taipresprobably should add that to the bots06:34
dRounsedipix when i get the money im going to build one, but im going to build an htpc first then a desktop, then upgrade storage on my server06:34
chris_I dont know what nmap is06:34
antisk3pticI have figured how to go into sshd_config and set KerberosAuthentication to yes, but i basically need to know how to route the windows server to the ubuntu box so it knows which kerberos to authenticate with06:34
dr_willis!info nmap06:34
ubottunmap (source: nmap): The Network Mapper. In component main, is extra. Version 5.21-1.1 (oneiric), package size 1584 kB, installed size 7064 kB06:34
Ben64chris_: your php script can be replaced by "nmap -sP 1.1.1.1-100"06:35
taipresnmap is a scanner...an advanced one at that, lets you detect operating systems and other things06:35
Blue1dRounse: that sounds more like a video card06:35
Blue1dRounse: try:  lspci | grep Audio06:35
incognitoiyank4: how would i go about finding out if my chrome/firefox is directly accessing my alsa driver?06:35
dRounseoh you i thought you said video card06:35
Blue1dRounse: my bad I thought you had sound card issues.06:36
dRounsenVidia Corporation MCP61 High Definition Audio06:36
dRounsenoo i have more video card issues than sound card06:36
dipixdRounse, that's good man, in the mean time just take it easy on them old hardware06:36
Blue1dRounse: okay that sounds better06:36
mmTrentHow do I see if my videocard driver is installed?06:36
dRounselscpi06:37
chris__sorry about that06:37
dRounsemmTrent lscpi -v06:37
poyntzdr_willis: how about Mac tootls?06:37
poyntz*tools?06:37
blub0xFirst Install. My network tools device tab is not sized properly and the adapters are not visible06:37
chris__what was nmap?06:37
dr_willispoyntz:  i dont use macs.. no idea06:37
dRounsedipix: im trying lol06:37
ch33zihow do i set up name resolution?06:37
ch33zhelpp!06:37
mmTrentSays it's on I suppose.06:38
Ben64!info nmap | chris__06:38
ubottuchris__: nmap (source: nmap): The Network Mapper. In component main, is extra. Version 5.21-1.1 (oneiric), package size 1584 kB, installed size 7064 kB06:38
mmTrentI think my onboard video isn't fast enough :))06:38
Blue1mmTrent: grep -i glx /var/log/Xorg.0.log06:38
sunshinethis is the fourth time i had to reinstall ubuntu coz i lost my windows bootloader..can somebody help me to a shortcut?06:38
dr_willisch33z:  more details.. less  'help!!!' please06:38
urfr332g0ch33z, try the app display06:38
mmTrentBlue1: What should I be looking for?06:39
chris__Ive installed nmap06:39
ch33zwell, https://gist.github.com/10d34dc04840392155e406:39
Blue1mmTrent: it will tell you what driver is loaded06:39
ch33zsee,06:39
ch33zive done the setting up of my static ip06:39
cfhowlettsunshine   losing your windows boot only means correcting the windows error - not reinstalling an entire OS.06:39
mmTrentBlue1, AIGLX sound correct?06:39
cfhowlettwhere are you in the process now?06:39
ch33zso im trying to set up my domain name on my server i have here06:39
Blue1mmTrent: something like:  (II) NVIDIA GLX Module  195.36.31  Thu Jun  3 08:59:25 PDT 201006:39
cfhowlettsunshine where are you in the process now?06:39
ch33zmy issue should be basic correct?06:40
Blue1dRounse: sound or video issue?06:40
Ben64chris__: then you can use that to ping 100 computers06:40
ch33zjust setting up a basic html page06:40
sunshineSince i overwrote the windows bootloader partition,i had to use windows disk to reinstate it06:40
mmTrentBlue1, It says GLX: Initialized DRISWRAST Gl provider for screen 006:40
sunshinebut then i lost ubuntu06:40
cfhowlett!who|sunshine06:40
ubottusunshine: 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 :)06:40
Blue1mmTrent: okay then it looks like you are using a stock driver06:40
blub0xCan anyone offer me some help06:40
Ben64sunshine: you can use the linux bootloader (grub) to boot windows06:40
dRounseBlue1: when playing minecraft i have videocard issues, i know 2 gigs of ram isnt a whole lot but that should be sufficient06:41
bazhangblub0x, with what06:41
nerdzzwhat channel for backtrack06:41
mmTrentBlue1, Do you think i'll get a performance increase if I switch drivers? Because scrolling webpages is even sluggish.06:41
ch33zyup?06:41
Ben64!backtrack | nerdzz06:41
ubottunerdzz: 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 Edition06:41
ch33zanyone care to help?06:41
bazhangnerdzz, #backtrack-linux06:41
Blue1dRounse: indeed06:41
cfhowlettsunshine   so now you're corrected your windows boot?06:41
ch33zdr_willis ?06:41
incognitoiyank4: anything?06:41
dRounsedoes anyone have a minecraft server?06:41
nerdzztq sir06:41
Blue1so you have a geforce card - you might want to use the nvidia driver.06:41
blub0xMy first install completed. I opened network tools and the device tab. The white box showing network adapters is too thin to see anything06:42
dRounseBlue1 i am06:42
mmTrentBlue1, It's a onboard SiS card.06:42
sunshine@cfhowlett  ya but no ubuntu now06:42
blub0xresizing doesn't fix the white box only the window size06:42
cfhowlettsunshine   what version of ubuntu?06:42
sunshinecfhowlett 11.1006:42
ch33zdr_willis hello can you help me please?! :)06:42
poyntzWoC Blue1 ~ thanks i'll give the windows program a shot06:42
poyntzon wine06:42
poyntzciao all06:42
dRounseill be back im going to setup my server06:43
incognitoWoC: would you be able to assist me with my audio problem?06:43
cfhowlettsunshine   is this a wubi installation?06:43
Blue1dRounse: but that doesn't sound like the nivida driver is loaded.06:43
ch33zdr_willis hey do you know about websites and setting them up?06:43
Ben64!details | ch33z06:43
ubottuch33z: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."06:43
dRounseBlue1 ill be back im goin to setup the server06:43
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ch33zah, alright06:43
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Blue1dRounse: if you do system/administration/additional drivers it should offer you the opportunity to install the nividia driver06:44
sunshinecfhowlett no the usual ubuntu installation06:44
cfhowlettsunshine   confirming a dual boot?06:44
oratedHello! I often see line like - 'iwlagn 0000:03:00.0: Aggregation not enabled for tid 0 because load = 1' repeating in vt during which the wireless disconnects and then connects back. dmesg | tail - http://paste.ubuntu.com/846902/ . What exactly is causing disconnection and how can I fix it? Laptop uses - Intel Advanced-N6230 (2x2 agn + Bluetooth) whereas wireless router supports all b/g/n06:44
blub0xCan anyone provide help. I opened network tools and the device tab. The white box showing network adapters is too thin to see anything06:44
ch33zfor example I am running Ubunut 11.10 Server and when I try to do the Name Resolution it gives me command not found when adding this "sudo /etc/resolv.conf. "06:44
zykotick9ch33z: "sudo nano /etc/resolve.conf"06:45
ch33zI am trying to add numerous websites to the webs server06:45
ch33zah06:45
ch33zi go there06:45
ch33zits blank..06:45
FloodBot1ch33z: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.06:45
ch33zgot*06:45
Ben64ch33z: what specifically are you trying to do06:45
zykotick9ch33z: sorry typo resolv.conf06:45
ch33zjust adding a basic website or websites06:45
ch33zbasic html06:45
Ben64html isn't in resolv.conf06:46
ch33zi have 2 basic html sites i want to upload06:46
Ben64that has nothing to do with resolv.conf06:46
Blue1indeed06:46
ch33zbut, in order to get those sites done, I suppose I need to get DNS, Apache, and SSH set up correct?06:46
blub0xCan anyone provide help. I opened network tools and the device tab. The white box showing network adapters is too thin to see anything.06:46
cfhowlettsunshine   ?  confirm this is a dual boot?06:46
Blue1you might want to use ftp06:46
chris__my problem was that my script was not working06:46
ch33zyes, Blue1 what do i type in the ftp client though?06:46
Ben64apache yes, ssh is really really handy, and dns isn't necessary at all06:46
Ben64ch33z: the ip address or the hostname of the server06:47
ch33zah06:47
Blue1ch33z: well you need to know the name of the ftp server, and then a userid/password as a mininum06:47
ch33zBen64 so "server name, user name, and password?06:47
Blue1ch33z: yes, what client ru using?06:48
ch33zForklift06:48
ch33zand transmit either are fine.06:48
Ben64sftp is usually easier to get set up06:48
blub0xBueler, Bueler, anyone, anyone.  I opened network tools and the device tab. The white box showing network adapters is too thin to see anything06:48
Blue1ch33z: not one I am fam. with.  but you need those regardless of the client.06:48
ch33zalright well is SFTP already set up on ubuntu server by default?06:49
Ben64if you have ssh running06:49
ch33zi believe i do06:49
chris__http://pastebin.com/Vc452kC906:49
Ben64chris__: nmap -sP 1.1.1.1-10006:50
Blue1ch33z: what is it your are trying to do?06:50
ch33zjust upload basic html files06:50
ch33zthats it06:50
ch33znothing crazy06:50
ch33zi would like to host 2 sites I have 9 static ips but, if I can get up one site for now that would be great.06:51
Ben64just get a scp or sftp client and go for it06:51
Blue1ch33z: any ftp client will sork06:51
blub0xCan anyone provide help. I opened network tools and the device tab. The white box showing network adapters is too thin to see anything06:51
chris__Thats awesome, so much faster06:51
bazhangblub0x, please dont repeat every minute06:51
ch33zalso when I start SSH on the server it says this " could not load host key rs, dsa, and ecdsa"06:51
Blue1ch33z: well you need to have the apache server installed for that -- and most isp's block incoming http (port 80) requests.06:52
blub0xSo what should i do then06:52
tuxcanflyHi all, I'm on Kubuntu 11.10, kernel 3.0.0-16-generic, bcm4313 chipset, wl drivers06:52
ch33zi have a business class internet class so they dont block any ports06:52
ch33zand apache2 is installed06:52
tuxcanflyand I'm trying to change the default IP assigned by network manager on a share connection06:52
bazhangblub0x, be patient. try askubuntu.com while you wait, repeat in 10-15 minutes or so06:52
Blue1ch33z: iirc the default location is /var/www06:52
tuxcanflythe default is 10.42.43.1 and I want to change the IP to 169.x06:53
tuxcanflywould that be possible?06:53
Ben64but if you want more than one site on it, shouldn't use /var/www06:53
Blue1Ben64 correct06:53
ch33zo Blue106:53
ch33zwhich do I use then?06:53
zyracksisSo I turned on my machine today, all my desktop icons were blank and my top menu bar was white. I made sure I had the right drivers and tried to change the theme, but no luck06:53
Ben64which is where apache configs and vhosts come in06:53
zyracksisScreenshot here http://img571.imageshack.us/img571/6158/screenshotat20120218175.png06:53
chris__you could probally do this in a split second, how would I take the ips and turn them in an array06:54
Blue1i haven't done apache in ages -- I do all my web hosting thru godaddy - far far easier06:54
ch33z"apache2: could not reliabily determine the servers fully quallified domain name using 127.0.0.1 for ServerName"06:54
Ben64i have two servers running apache06:54
Blue1makes sense06:54
ch33zBen64, any ideas?06:55
Ben64ch33z: read up on apache vhosts and configs06:55
zyracksisCan anyone help?06:55
ch33zkk06:55
ch33zhmm i will come back and ask if i am still stuck06:55
Blue1zyracksis: what version of ubuntu?06:55
zyracksis11.1006:55
Blue1zyracksis: gnome, unity, or?06:55
zyracksisUnity06:56
Blue1zyracksis: not sure how to fix that in unity, but in gnome, piece of cake.06:56
hartleyis there an event viewer type program i can use? got my crystalhd card finally running, but im getting system freezes with some hd flash videos.06:57
ch33zBen64 where are the vhosts apache and configs area on the guide? thanks06:57
zyracksisI might have to switch to gnome if I can't fix this06:57
Ben64ch33z: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/vhosts/06:57
Blue1hartley: dmesg or sudo tail -f /var/log/messages06:58
incognitohttp://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=11697938#post1169793806:58
incognitocan anyone help?06:58
Blue1zyracksis: i had problems with unity - so I am using gnome06:58
hartleyBlue1 thanks.06:58
Ben64incognito: you need to upgrade06:58
Blue1hartley: welcome06:58
urfr332g0incognito, that release is end of life.06:58
incognitois that the problem?06:59
Ben64its a problem06:59
incognitosorry lol, i just got back into Linux ;x06:59
ch33zthanks06:59
Ben64it stopped being supported april 201106:59
urfr332g0incognito, yeah not supported.06:59
Blue1holy cow almost midnight - I turn back into a pumpkin07:00
hartleyBlue1 is there a way to view dmesg from a previous session. with the system freeze, i have to manually reboot.07:00
incognitoAhh07:01
incognitoI upgraded from 9.10 lol07:01
Blue1hartley: usually you can tail the last x number of lines, and pipe that into more07:01
incognitoit says something about fresh install, don't upgrade? ;x07:01
Blue1hartley: something like:  sudo tail -150 /var/log/vsftpd.log | more07:02
urfr332g0incognito, your thread says your running 9.10 are you?07:02
Blue1or some number bigger then 15007:02
hartleyno such file07:02
Blue1oops07:02
incognitoNo, i upgraded from 9.10 to 10.0407:02
incognitosorry i have to edit my post lol it's late07:02
Blue1oops07:03
urfr332g0incognito, 10.04 is supported07:03
incognitothere we go07:03
blub0xbyez07:03
incognitoyeah, i'm on 10.04 but my audio is messed up07:03
cfhowlettincognito 10.04 is supported for another 14 months...07:03
Blue1hartley: sudo tail -150 /var/log/messages | more07:03
incognitomy problem isnt having a supported os07:03
incognitoi'm trying to figure out why my audio is messing up07:04
hartleyBlue1, no file there either.\07:04
incognitowhen i load a game called runescape into my firefox/chrome, it stops the audio of my rhythmbox07:04
hartleyrunning lubuntu 11.1007:04
chris__Ive noticed that nmap does not support grep, is there a fix?07:04
Blue1g\]\\\+07:04
incognitobut my firefox/chrome both don't show up my playback devices on my 'pulseaudio volume controller'07:04
Blue1hartley really?07:04
Blue1really07:04
ZorroTanybody got a pointer to how to configure language foo to be handled by apache2 in current ubuntu?07:04
ZorroT<- sucks at apache07:04
incognitoWould anyone be able to help?07:05
Blue1hartley: tested here works find07:05
Blue1hartley: i find it out that you would have no /var/log/messages07:05
ZorroTincognito: do other flash / browser media apps cause this behavior?07:06
ZorroTeg, youtube07:06
hartleyyeah, im in the var/log/ now. no messages07:06
Blue1hartley: so if you do a ls there is no messages file?07:06
m-16олень07:06
hartleyBlue1 but i do have previous dmesg files. Nope, no messages file07:07
Blue1!russian | m-1607:07
bazhang!ru | m-1607:07
ubottum-16: Пожалуйста наберите /join #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке. | Pozhalujsta naberite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke.07:07
zyracksisBlue1: Sorry to bother you again. I just switched to gnome and have the same problem07:07
incognitozorrot, i haven't tried. should i download another music player?07:07
hartleydmesg.0 dmesg.1.gz etc etc07:07
ZorroTincognito: go to youtube and see if you have the same problem07:07
incognitowell, when i play this game, my youtube doesn't stream audio either07:07
incognitook one sec07:07
chris__nevermind, I made a stupid mistake07:07
Blue1zyracksis: try rm -r .gconf* then logout/back in07:07
dipixincognito, in terminal type the following: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get autoremove07:08
hartleyBlue1 thanks though. the log folder is good enough. i can scroll through the previous dmesg and lxdm logs and look for errors.07:08
Blue1hartley: humour me -- do a cat /etc/issue07:08
incognitozonum: no audio on youtube either07:08
zyracksisBlue1: No change07:09
incognitozorrot*07:09
hartleyBlue1  Ubuntu 11.10 \n \l07:09
ZorroTincognito:07:09
ZorroTso you're getting no audio in the browser?07:09
Blue1hartley: okay they must have changed something in 110.10 I don't know about....07:09
incognitoi have audio for my game, no audio for youtube07:09
incognitoand its in the same browser07:09
ZorroTis the volume turned up in the youtube player?07:09
incognitoyes07:09
incognitolol07:09
Blue1zyracksis: okay try restarting the gdm07:09
ZorroTok, just checking :-)07:09
Blue1zyracksis: sudo service gdm restart07:10
brightspark07:10
mattyfhi guys, how can I get 'nodejs' to run when I type just 'node' in the shell?07:10
incognitodipix: ran those commands07:10
dr_willisw3e got more silly on join spam by -  acceptance07:10
hartleyBlue1 its ok. thanks anyways. like i said, ill just go through the logs that are here and look for info.07:10
dipixIncognito, did it work?07:10
ZorroTincognito: doing a little research to see what i can find: you've tried browsers other than firefox, eg, chrome?07:10
incognitoonly 1 package had to be upgraded xulrunner07:11
ZorroTwas it working before the upgrade?07:11
brightsparkmattyf, alias?07:11
dr_willismattyf:  make a script. or alias07:11
incognitono i havent zorrot, just firefox, and then i went to chrome07:11
Blue1hartley: okay.  I have never seen a *nix system w/o /var/log/messages07:11
zyracksisBlue1: "gdm: unrecognised service"07:11
ZorroTso it did not work in chrome or firefox.07:11
ZorroTok07:11
mattyfsorry, am new to linux, will search for alias now - thanks!07:11
incognitoand i didnt try before the upgrade, i just knew 9.10 was outdated so i had to update07:11
Blue1zyracksis: what version of ubuntu?07:11
ZorroTbut it rhythmbox is working?07:11
zyracksisBlue1: 11.1007:11
incognitowhen i dont have any browsers up, yes rhythmbox plays music fine07:11
petroidНеподскажите чем отлечается дестрибутив убунту 11.10 от 12.04?07:12
ZorroTok, so you've done like a big dist upgrade07:12
ZorroTok07:12
ZorroTi saw something about your problem for ubuntu 9.107:12
incognitoyes, from 9.10 to 10.04 lts07:12
Blue1zyracksis: okay let me think what the gdm is called in 11.1007:12
ZorroThttp://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=113618207:12
dr_willis11.10 uses lightdm by default07:12
bazhang!upgrade | petroid07:12
ubottupetroid: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes - see also http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/upgrade07:12
urfr332g0!gr | petroid07:12
ubottupetroid: #ubuntu-gr και #kubuntu-gr για Έλληνες χρηστές  /  #ubuntu-gr kai #kubuntu-gr gia Ellhnes xrhstes07:12
ZorroTthe only reply suggests double-checking your sound / mixer settings07:13
Blue1dr_willis: thanks07:13
bazhangpetroid, its english here, russian in #ubuntu-ru07:13
brightsparkmattyf, "alias node=nodejs".  If you want it to persist across login, put it in your .bashrc07:13
ZorroTand sometimes those can be trickier than they look :-)07:13
ZorroTmattyf: rockin' node?07:13
incognitozorrot: my exact problem lol07:13
cfhowlettbazhang   what you see that tells you ru - all I see is zapgat salad...07:13
ZorroTmattfy: for a good time, call couchdb :-)07:13
zyracksisBlue1: Just tried lightdm, no luck there either07:14
Blue1zyracksis: so you willneed to restart that -- sudo service lightdm restart -- you should have to relogin, and that should re-create the files.07:14
mattyfthanks brightspark! yeah ZorroT - learning nodejs, expressjs, jade (haml) and sass today07:14
bazhangcfhowlett, his .ru host for one07:14
mattyfand couchdb apparrently ;)07:14
Blue1zyracksis: you can try gdm3 but I am 99% sure thats debian07:14
incognitoZorroT: one second, i'm going to have a look at it.07:14
cfhowlettbazhang   ah.07:14
petroidDo not tell me what  11.10 to 12.04?07:14
ZorroTmattyf: couchdb uses json objects over http as the interface. so you can bump straight from node and get native answers -- no futzing with interpreting database-ese.07:14
zyracksisBlue1: LightDM restarted, but it didnt fix the problem07:15
bazhangpetroid, I gave you a link on how to upgrade07:15
Blue1zyracksis: did you select gnome when you logged back in?07:15
petroid<bazhang> Thanks07:15
chris__can grep be used to remove unwanted text from a line?07:15
petroid:)07:15
su22how do I view the contents of a disc burnt in Apple formats..It contains iDeneb?07:16
zyracksisBlue1: Yes07:16
dipixIncognito, I've just found a thread about your issue, it seems that java is causing the problem, no effective solution yet. I'll keep digging07:16
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dr_willischris__:  sed or awk normally for that07:16
ZorroTmattyf: http://jsconf.eu/2010/speaker/nodejs_couchdb_crazy_delicious.html07:16
ZorroTincognito: good luck :-)07:16
incognitothanks dipix, i'm going to check the link that zorrot posted to me about applications having direct access to alsa07:16
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Blue1zyracksis: for me, when gnome panel gets hosed, I nuke the gconf files, restart the gdm log back in, and re-creates them -- I dunno what they did in 11.10 not running that version.07:17
incognitothen gonna try to run it through pulseaudio before it gets to alsa, ill let you know :)07:17
zyracksisBlue1: Alright. Thanks for all your help. I'll see what I can get done with some more googling07:17
chris__I have a list as follows Host 1.1.1.2 is up (0.79s latency).07:17
chris__Host 1.1.1.3 is up (0.0020s latency).07:17
chris__Host 1.1.1.4 is up (0.00012s latency).07:17
chris__Host 1.1.1.5 is up (0.0061s latency).07:17
chris__, I would like to strip it to 1 address per line07:17
FloodBot1chris__: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.07:17
Blue1zyracksis: :-(07:17
chris__would that be sed or awk?07:17
dr_willischris__:  awk can do that07:18
lotuspsychjehowto hide fast userswitching in main bar07:18
incognitoI'll be right back fellas.07:19
dr_willislotuspsychje:  the webupd8 blog site has lots of tweaks and tips.07:20
dipixIncognito, can you check if you have these two: sun-java6-jdk, sun-java6-jre07:20
brightsparkchris, in awk, you can set your field separator to <space> and print the second field in each line.  that would strip it just down to the address07:20
lotuspsychjedr_willis: ok great lemme take a look07:20
brightsparkchris__, ^^07:20
chris__yes07:20
chris__trying to figure out how to do this, im at nmap -sP 1.1.1.2-10 | grep Host | cut -d "Host" | awk"07:22
chris__oops07:22
chris__trying to figure out how to do this, im at nmap -sP 1.1.1.2-10 | grep Host | awk07:22
chris__Im not understanding awk at the moment07:24
brightsparkchris__, nmap -sP 1.1.1.2-10 | grep Host | awk '{print $2}'07:24
lotuspsychje!info gnome-tweak-tool07:24
ubottugnome-tweak-tool (source: gnome-tweak-tool): tool to adjust advanced configuration settings for GNOME. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.2.0-0ubuntu1 (oneiric), package size 71 kB, installed size 656 kB07:24
chris__what is $2?07:24
brightsparkchris__, the second field.  awk treats spaces as separators by default.07:25
chris__that makes more sense07:25
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brightsparkso the first field is "Host", the second is 1.1.1.2, the third is "is", etc07:25
chris__is there going to be problems with the $ in php?07:26
chris__yep07:26
brightsparkchris__, I've never touched php.  If you're embedding it in a string, most languages require you to escape it07:27
chris__I was doing $computerstatus = shell_exec('nmap -sP 1.1.1.2-100 | grep Host | awk {print $2}');07:27
chris__in php a $ means a variable07:27
lotuspsychjedr_willis: tnx i found it here: http://www.webupd8.org/2011/10/things-to-tweak-after-installing-ubuntu.html07:28
brightsparkchris__, In many situations, you can just put a backslash in front of the $ and it will work07:29
chris__okay it wasnt the $ it was actually the '07:30
brightsparkchris__, you will also need to precede the space after "print" with a backslash as you removed my quotes07:30
chris__its fixed now07:30
brightsparkyup you got it07:30
chris__its $computerstatus = shell_exec('nmap -sP 1.1.1.2-100 | grep Host | awk \'{print $2}\'');07:30
chris__im a bit new, I have been teaching myself07:31
brightsparkbest way to learn07:31
chris__Ive actually set up a computer lab of ubuntu on 25 computers07:31
chris__I can shut then all down with the click of one button07:31
chris__today, im improving it by not shuting down the computers that are not on, and It will let me know which computers are on07:32
chris__Im sure you could have done it in 5 minutes, but it took me an entire month to do07:33
chris__you all took 15 lines of code that took me hours to make and made it into two lines07:34
thegladiatorhow to format a usb07:35
krish_Hi07:35
thegladiator!format07:35
ubottuFor help with partitioning a new install see: https://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/switching/installing-partitioning.html - For partitioning programs see !GParted, !QtParted (!Kubuntu 8.10 and lower) or !PartitionManager (!Kubuntu 9.04 and up) - Other partitioning topics include !fstab !home and !swap07:35
brightsparkchris__, i'm flattered but this is the support channel07:35
brightsparkkeep it on topic, eh07:35
chris__mkfs.ext4 /dev/usb007:36
chris__I think07:36
thegladiatorok07:36
adminewbfrom my limited understanding, jigdo operates on really sensible principles for publishing ungainly large systems that change incrementally; someone know any particular reason why it's not encouraged on ubuntu?07:36
krish_adobe flash player chrashed can some one help, i am using Ubuntu 11.1007:36
urfr332g0adminewb, try #ubuntu-offtopic this is support.07:36
adminewbthis bears on a support question07:37
urfr332g0adminewb, a actual problem your having not a muse. :)07:37
krish_i tryed reinstalling the adobe flash but same issue i getting same error flash player crashed07:37
adminewbwhile trying to download 10.04.4 with jigdo, I'm finding multiple roadblocks07:38
zyracksishttp://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=192744007:38
zyracksisCan anyone help?07:38
urfr332g0!info jigdo07:38
ubottuPackage jigdo does not exist in oneiric07:38
zykotick9adminewb: if jigdo isn't working for you, why not use the torrent instead?07:39
adminewbthat would be the fallback07:39
brightsparkzyracksis, did you change your theme recently?07:40
adminewbthe disadvantage being, torrents don't operate on the principle of sending what you haven't already got (incremental change)07:40
zyracksisbrightspark: I changed my background, but not my theme07:40
adminewboh well07:41
brightsparkzyracksis, it looks like you selected a theme in a temporary folder or removable media.  does the problem still happen with xfce?07:41
brightsparkif you have that resource available07:41
zyracksisbrightspark: Haven't tried xfce, I'll give it a shot07:42
brightsparkor see if the theme is indeed at fault first07:42
zyracksisbrightspark: Changing my theme between the default ones doesn't do anything07:43
brightsparkzyracksis, is there the option to modify the theme in the current version?  (i'm on meerkat)07:43
zyracksisbrightspark: You can select the them in the appearance settings menu07:44
oratedHow to disable n-standard for my wireless connectivity?07:45
brightsparkzyracksis, under the selection box in my version, there is a button labelled customise- do you have this?07:45
brightsparkzyracksis, it allows you to change the icon theme independently of the rest of the theme07:45
zyracksisbrightspark: I don't have it07:45
brightsparkzyracksis, sorry.  Anyone know how to change icon themes in the new version?07:46
sharafjaffri#Haystack07:46
dr_willisgnome tweak tool can do tht i think brightspark07:46
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brightsparkzyracksis, I would try the tool dr_willis mentioned first as it is less invasive than a whole new DE.07:47
dr_willisubuntu-tweak also has icon settings i think07:48
brightsparkWhat on earth prompts gnome to keep removing functionality?07:48
dr_willisuser frirndlyness07:49
brightsparkIt's in a configuration menu, and even then you have to launch another configuration menu to find it.  It's not exactly intimidating to anyone who doesn't go looking for it.07:50
brightsparkfuture release- gnome's option menu consists of one set of two radio buttons, one to select the canonical purple theme and the other to select ubuntu orange.07:52
dr_willisyou havent looked at the screen saver config options in gnome 2 lately... ;)08:03
apt-getterHello. I want to separate different bits of a txt file in a pipe of commands. For example "Lemon, Onion, Tomato (newline) Apple Cucumber Melon turns into "Lemon, Apple" "Onion, Cucumber and "Tomato, Melon". Does anybody know how to do it? Google gave me no results. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.08:03
datalayi ve a pro08:03
datalayblem about orchestra: cobler check can you help please, http://www.pastebin.com/w5iwAmPV08:04
datalaythanks08:04
datalayit is ubuntu server 11.1008:05
dr_willisapt-getter:  you mean read line 1 from file 1, print it. read line 1 from  file2 print it..   read line 2....08:05
apt-getterNo, I mean read word1 from line1, put it into a new line. Read word2 from line1, put it into a new line. And so on with all the lines.08:07
incognitoHello, I am having problems with my ALSA on 10.04 LTS. Is anyone here good with audio?08:07
MrMist1Hey08:07
MrMist1Quick question... when installing a db for phpbb, wordpress etc... should I coose PostgreSQL or MySQL?08:07
theadminMrMist1: That's up to you, depends on what you use08:09
svrnmndhey can anyone help me Im running a variant pentest distro called nodezero based on ubuntu 10.4 , im having acouple problems with permissions08:10
Abhijitincognito, what kind of problem?08:11
Abhijit!sound | incognito read this first08:11
ubottuincognito read this first: 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 !mp3.08:11
incognitoI need help routing my audio from pulseaudio into alsa08:11
incognitomy chrome is accessing my alsa directly08:11
svrnmndI cant get my computer to give me the login screen so I can sync my ubuntu one account, also when I add files on transmission I am getting error permission denied08:11
apt-getterFor better explanation, I have an array of 3 numbers on each line of a file. I want to process the numbers to create 3 separate files, one conatining the 1st number of each line, the other one containing the 2nd number of each line and the 3rd one containing the 3rd number of each line. Thanks.08:11
MrMist1Another question: Why is only MySQL 5.1 in apt? 5.5(.20) has been released some time ago...08:12
totesmuhgoatsMrMist1: ubuntu is only released every six months, it was probaly not or considered stable enough at the time of the last release08:13
brightsparkapt-getter, awk '{print $1}' fruit.txt > first.txt08:13
brightsparkapt-getter, awk '{print $2}' fruit.txt > second.txt08:13
Abhijitincognito, is this what you want? http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=84301208:13
brightsparkapt-getter,  etc.  I'm sure you could do a looping construct if you wanted08:13
incognitoAbhijit: you're a life saver.08:13
incognitoi've been googling all night lol08:13
apt-getterThank you, i will try it! Ubuntu is the best os I ever used.08:14
svrnmndcan anyone help me with permission problems in ubuntu 10.04?08:14
Abhijitincognito, :-)08:14
svrnmnd(I think its permission problems)08:14
iceroot!details | svrnmnd08:15
ubottusvrnmnd: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."08:15
iceroot!permissions | svrnmnd08:15
ubottusvrnmnd: An explanation of what file permissions are and how they can be manipulated can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions08:15
dr_willissvrnmnd:  we really cant support ubuntu variants08:16
svrnmndok so I am using a variant of ubuntu 10.04 NodeZero which is a pentesting distro. the 2 problems I am experiencing is I can not get the login screen to sync my ubuntu one folder, also when I add a torrent on transmission I get ERROR:Permission denied, I tried to change the download folder but still same problem08:16
svrnmndits 10.04 exactly just with pentesting tools cooked in08:16
icerootsvrnmnd: not supported here08:17
dr_willisno idea what pentesting means08:17
svrnmndjust pretend its 10.04?08:17
svrnmndpenetration testing08:17
icerootsvrnmnd: not supported here08:17
Abhijitsvrnmnd, technically we cant pretend08:17
dr_willisif its a live cd. its using some premade user.08:18
svrnmndokay so Im running ubuntu 10.04 and im having some permission problems08:18
svrnmnddr_willis: I installed it08:18
Abhijitsvrnmnd, but we know you dont! :-p please use nodesero irc, forum or mailing list for (sure) and better support08:19
icerootsvrnmnd: its not supported here08:19
dr_willischeck your file/dir permissions.    is about all i can suggest.08:19
dr_willislinux basics. ;)08:19
icerootsvrnmnd: we dont know the differences, someone said its with a special user, we dont know anything about that user and the permissions of that user08:19
icerootsvrnmnd: and because you are using this special user, we can not and will not support it here, please ask there channel08:20
svrnmnddr_willis : how would I do this? i did it by right clicking and going to properties, but I was unable to change the settings of /home folder doing that08:20
llutzdr_willis: since when do 1337 pentesterd need basic knowledge?08:20
dr_willissvrnmnd:  used home dir. not /home/08:20
borillionI have a NAS  that I have ssh'ed  into, fdisk shows that the drives inside are formatted as ext3, but when I try and mount an external ext3 drive it says 'mount /dev/sdc1 pn /mnt/tempmnt failed: invalid argument08:20
dr_willisusers home.. not /home08:20
svrnmndllutz: am in no way 133708:20
icerootsvrnmnd: /home/username  never!! change something in /home directly08:20
Emmanuel_ChanelHello! I cannot make an IMAP folder on evolution. How can I?08:21
icerootsvrnmnd: and /home/username should have write-permissions for the current user you are logged in08:21
dr_willisborillion:  what mount command are you using08:21
icerootsvrnmnd: if not, ask the channel of your distro08:21
icerootborillion: pn?08:22
borilliondr_willis, mount -t ext3 /dev/sdc1 /mnt/tempmnt -o ro08:22
Marty1Question: how can I preserve file-timestamps whilst copying to a Windows 7 share (cifs mount)? cp -a or cp --preserve=timestamps does only work on empty files and directories?08:22
svrnmndanyone have the terminal command to change the permissions also @iceroot: where can I find my distro's channel...im pretty sure it was made in czetch rep.08:22
iceroot!alis | svrnmnd08:22
ubottusvrnmnd: alis is a services bot that can help you find channels. Read "/msg alis help list" for help and ask any questions about it in #freenode. Example usage: /msg alis list #ubuntu* or /msg alis list *http*08:22
borillioniceroot, whats pn ?08:23
icerootsvrnmnd: chmod will change the permissions, chown to change the owner08:23
dr_willisborillion:  whats the exact error?08:23
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icerootborillion: /dev/sdc1 pn /mnt/tempmnt failed: invalid argument08:23
apt-getterI tried it, but it doesn't work. I have accelerometre data where I want to create 3 files, one for x, one for y, one for z, and this is what my code is: http://pastebin.com/yqt33Pvx  Basically it reads all the data the accelerometre reads using cat, and appends a new value every 0.5 os a second. Help is appreciated. Ty.08:23
icerootborillion: where does that "pn" came from08:23
borillionoh pn was typo08:23
thegladiator!iso08:23
ubottuTo mount an ISO disc image, type « sudo mount -o loop <ISO-filename> <mountpoint> » - There is a list of useful cd image conversion tools at http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/CD_Image_Conversion - Always verify the ISO using !MD5 before !burning.08:23
borillionlol08:23
borillionI didnt even see that08:23
dr_willisand make sure the mount point exists. ;)08:24
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borillionit does08:24
icerootborillion: please always copy the commands/messages instead of writing them y hand08:24
dr_willistry without the -o08:24
Marty1#help08:24
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dr_willisdosent -o need to be befor the other info.08:24
svrnmndIceroot: my home folder is my exact username  ... what command do I need to change the permissions to RW?08:25
AbhijitMarty1, ask08:25
borillioniceroot, I try to do that but, its on a isolated network08:25
iceroot!permissions | svrnmnd08:25
ubottusvrnmnd: An explanation of what file permissions are and how they can be manipulated can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions08:25
icerootborillion: ah ok08:25
icerootsvrnmnd: chmod o+w filename  for example08:25
borilliondr_willis, I was under the impression that modifiers can be placed in any location on the command line, it usually works and was told you could do that08:26
Marty1Question: how can I preserve file-timestamps whilst copying to a Windows 7 share (cifs mount)? cp -a or cp --preserve=timestamps does only work on empty files and directories?08:26
dr_willisborillion:  try without it.. and see08:26
icerootsvrnmnd: please ask your distro channel, something seems to be wrong, the owner of a real ubuntu system always have write access to its home-dir08:26
AbhijitMarty1, cpio?08:27
svrnmndiceroot: I have write access, no problem creating new docs or saving things. I just think its a small discrep. could you give me a terminal command to make my home folder RW?08:27
Abhijitmaybe08:27
icerootsvrnmnd: sudo chmod -R o+w ~08:28
Zizzuis there a way to check the integrity of bios? like how could i check if i have a virus in the bios??08:28
svrnmndiceroot: thanks08:28
icerootZizzu: you can not have a virus in the bios08:28
dr_willishavent seen a bios virus rumor in ages08:28
theadminZizzu: That makes no sense you know, bios is not something that can be infected by malware08:28
Marty1(Looking it up right now. cp should work, but doesn't for non-empty files.)08:29
dusflast time i was offered to upgrade from 11.04 to 11.10 i selected 'ask me later' - how do i force the upgrade now? when i go into update manager and check and upgrade packages i am not offered a system upgrade08:29
Zizzui have something like a virus in my hardware, dont know what it is...08:29
theadmindusf: sudo do-release-upgrade08:29
dusfZizzu: no viruses on linux08:29
dusftheadmin: thanks08:29
icerootZizzu: ##hardware08:29
apt-getterGoogle bios virus. There will be results.08:29
Zizzuok08:29
icerootZizzu: and no, you dont have a virus in your hardware08:29
dr_willisZizzu:  i would find that unlikely. more likely broken hardware08:30
icerootapt-getter: google "schalke deutscher meister" will also give results, but it is impossible08:30
Zizzufor virus i dont mean a process but something like a machine code :|08:30
iceroot!ot | Zizzu08:30
dusfZizzu: they may be trying to steal your megahurtz!08:30
ubottuZizzu: #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!08:30
AbhijitZizzu, also try ##hardware08:30
borillion__dr_willis,  mount -t ext3 /dev/sdc1 /mnt/tempmnt08:30
borillion__mount: mounting /dev/sdc1 on /mnt/tempmnt failed: Invalid argument08:30
svrnmnddr_willis: when I was in 8th grade I was part of a "hacking group" they could program I could make webpages lol anyways the guy I went to school with was designing a virus that would run off the bios clock battery so it would destroy your computer even if it was off...I always thought it was bullshit but I stopped associating myself with them when they announced they were going to release this virus......was it complete bs08:30
svrnmnd?08:30
dr_willisborillion__:  could be it dosent support ext3?08:31
theadminZizzu: What are the symptoms anyway?08:31
apt-getterBios can have a virus!!!08:31
dr_willisborillion__:  try without the -t ext308:31
borillion__83 isn't ext3?08:31
dr_willislet it auto decide08:31
borillion__no it doesn't work lol08:31
borillion__this is annoying :P08:31
apt-getterhttp://www.ehow.com/how-does_4809843_removing-bios-virus.html    Proof enough?08:32
theadminborillion__: Do /dev/sdc1 and /mnt/tempmnt exist?08:32
borillion__theadmin, yes they do08:32
svrnmndICEROOT: your shit worked perfecT!!!!08:32
svrnmndICEROOT: it was a permission problem08:33
svrnmndiceroot: do i have to do this everytime? or is it all good now???08:33
theadminborillion__: Hm meh... Try this: sudo mount -v /dev/sdc1 /mnt/tempmnt # Would help you identify the problem at least08:33
icerootsvrnmnd: everything good and please use the channel of your distro08:33
apt-getterI have accelerometre data where I want to create 3 files, one for x, one for y, one for z, and this is what my code is: http://pastebin.com/yqt33Pvx  Basically it reads all the data the accelerometre reads using cat, and appends a new value every 0.5 os a second. Help is appreciated. Ty.08:34
icerootsvrnmnd: if you want support here, use ubuntu08:34
borillion__ theadmin: mount -t ext3 /dev/sdc1 /mnt/tempmnt08:34
borillion__mount: mounting /dev/sdc1 on /mnt/tempmnt failed: Invalid argument08:34
Marty1Abhijit, can cpio do recursive copies of a file tree? (I'm rescuing user data).08:34
borillion__:(08:34
icerootapt-getter: no08:34
theadminborillion__: Did you see what I wrote above? Try with -v08:34
icerootapt-getter: can you give me a link how to infect the system, common bios viruses, how they work and so on?08:34
apt-getterOK. Wait...08:34
borillion__theadmin, oops forgot to copy the right stuff heh08:35
borillion__ mount -v /dev/sdc1 /mnt/tempmnt08:35
borillion__mount: mounting /dev/sdc1 on /mnt/tempmnt failed: Invalid argument08:35
icerootapt-getter: and flashing the bios by hand with a custom firmware is not what i am talking aout08:35
icerootapt-getter: and also how to bypass the checksum function from the bios08:35
dr_willisand how to infect others...08:35
icerootapt-getter: imo all bios-updates are signed today08:35
opalepatrickdoes it make sense to leave a new external hard drive with fat32 for backing up non-system files? (all my personal created files)08:35
apt-getterhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CIH_%28computer_virus%2908:35
theadminborillion__: Bah... This error makes no sense... :(08:36
borillion__theadmin, I know lol08:36
theadminborillion__: I assume you *are* running this as root (with sudo)08:36
icerootapt-getter: useless discussion08:36
borillion__yea08:36
dr_willisopalepatrick:  depends on the file sizes. i use ntfs08:36
borillion__I am08:36
apt-getterhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BIOS#Virus_attacks08:36
apt-getterThey DO exist...08:36
theadminapt-getter: Still got *nothing* to do with Ubuntu08:37
icerootapt-getter: that a infected firmware exists, no doubt, i am asking how to get them on the system08:37
icerootapt-getter: like "how to bypass the signed chekc" how to bypass the checksum08:37
opalepatrickdr_willis, I can access ntfs from most operating systems - makes sense08:37
K-RichI LOVE REBECCA JO SUTTON! I AM SAING IT TO ALL OF YOU. I AM A FLIRT. DEAL WITH IT.... THE QUESTION IS BECKY, CAN YOU?08:38
icerootK-Rich: stop it please08:39
brightsparkapt-getter, the virus stuff is off-topic.  as per your accelerometer data, does your existing code successfully assemble the data into one file?08:39
apt-getterYes, it does assemble it successfully.08:39
apt-getterShall I post the output?08:40
brightsparkapt-getter, so then instead of outputting it straight to a file, run it through some pipes to awk like I mentioned before.08:40
brightsparkapt-getter, it's not critical that you do, but go ahead08:41
apt-getteryes, I tried it. but it didn't work. I can post the awk'd version of the code.08:41
borillion__theadmin, mount -vvv shows /dev/md1 on /mnt/soho_storage type ext3 (rw,noatime,data=ordered) so its odd I cant mount an external ext3 lol08:41
K-RichK-Rich, sorrt, i though that only went to Dal.net... xchat and /amsg are weird... my bad08:41
icerootborillion__: md1?08:41
icerootborillion__: you dont mount /dev/mdX08:41
icerootborillion__: you mount /dev/mapper/foobar08:42
icerootborillion__: md = raid08:42
borillion__iceroot yes its a NAS its doing it automatically08:42
apt-getterhttp://www.pastebin.com/P44dV4WD08:42
apt-getterThe awk'd version.08:42
borillion__iceroot: mounting /dev/sdc1 on /mnt/tempmnt fails /dev/sdc1 is an ext3 formatted usb drive connected to NAS08:43
brightsparkapt-getter, that's not going to work for columns 2 and 3.  if you ditch everything from the first "&&" onwards, do you get the first file correctly?08:43
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apt-getterI only get one value.08:44
smegzorI have a strange problem with Ubuntu 10.04 and 11.10.  On 2 computers if you switch users, you sometimes get a black screen and nothing else happens.  Anyone else have that happen often?08:45
Calinouprobably driver issues08:45
dr_willissmegzor:  seen it as video driver issues befor08:45
apt-getterit gives me "(-9,222,31)" amd I want to have the three numbers separated.08:45
smegzorhmm.. on both PC's only 1 driver can be used.  There are no alternatives unless I was to switch from NVidia to ATi.08:46
dr_willissmegzor:  one of those optimus dual gpu things?08:46
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brightsparkapt-getter, okay.  can you send me the output you get when you redirect everything to one file?  I want to take a look at how it is formatted so I can run awk on it08:47
smegzordr_willis: I don't know.  I'm going to experiment with different cards.08:47
apt-getterOk, sure.08:47
apt-getterThe data: http://www.pastebin.com/HajH1cBA08:49
xgt001hi, anyone got mplayer vaapi working in ubuntu 11.10 with any ati gpu's?08:49
Ben64!anyone | xgt00108:50
ubottuxgt001: 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.08:50
xgt001sorry08:51
brightsparkapt-getter, thanks.  I'll post back in a few08:52
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crackerjackza while back i installed ubuntu using wubi... i had a power failure when trying to upgrade ubuntu and i was unable to boot so i decided to reinstall linux.. there is only one problem though i can't mount /dev/sda3 to /mnt/nixold.. i need to back up my files before i reinstall linux but it won't let me mount the partition that my files are on :/08:54
crackerjackzi am currently booted into linux via the live cd...08:55
theadmincrackerjackz: Won't let you mount how?08:55
brightsparkapt-getter, kindly let me know if this is effective at producing only the x-coordinates08:55
brightsparkhttp://www.pastebin.com/pEdAYMKZ08:55
alloy`http://www.jews.didw.tc/proof.php?evidence=4000 4,000 Jews Did Not Go To Work At WTC On Sept. 1108:56
alyuoyhttp://www.jews.didw.tc/proof.php?evidence=4000 4,000 Jews Did Not Go To Work At WTC On Sept. 1108:56
ANCA_29http://www.jews.didw.tc/proof.php?evidence=4000 4,000 Jews Did Not Go To Work At WTC On Sept. 1108:56
ayzzahttp://www.jews.didw.tc/proof.php?evidence=4000 4,000 Jews Did Not Go To Work At WTC On Sept. 1108:56
thomasskull666would anyone be willing to help me fix my grub install?08:56
crackerjackztheadmin i only have cli right now no gui... live cd is buggy on my computer.. im using irssi right now. is there a way for me to direct the output of the command "sudo mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/nixold" so that i can share with you the error message with out flooding the chat?08:57
svrnmndI can not find Applications>Accessories>Passwords And Encryption08:57
theadmincrackerjackz: sudo apt-get install pastebinit && sudo mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/nixold | pastebinit08:57
apt-getterIt is effective! Now, what shall I do to get the other coordiantes?08:57
apt-getterTy08:58
thomasskull666or is there somewhere else I should go for help?08:58
svrnmndICEROOT: I can't find Applications>Accessories>Passwords And Encryption08:59
alpacinohttp://www.jews.didw.tc/proof.php?evidence=4000 4,000 Jews Did Not Go To Work At WTC On Sept. 1108:59
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AirForcehttp://www.jews.didw.tc/proof.php?evidence=4000 4,000 Jews Did Not Go To Work At WTC On Sept. 1108:59
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crackerjackztheadmin: it says unable to locate pacakge pastebininit08:59
apt-getterI don't get this jews thing.09:00
crackerjackzand the command apt-cache search paste returns no results with a similar name09:00
svrnmndI can't find Applications>Accessories>Passwords And Encryption09:00
svrnmndWhere can I find this?09:00
crackerjackztheadmin: perhaps out of date repositories since im on live cd?09:00
apt-getterIt is effective! Now, what shall I do to get the other coordiantes?09:00
theadmincrackerjackz: You have one too many "in"'s09:00
theadmincrackerjackz: It's pastebinit, not pastebininit09:00
svrnmndcan someone please help me? I can't find Applications>Accessories>Passwords And Encryption09:01
brightsparkapt-getter, just a minute; I want to test out the solution I'm using09:01
crackerjackztheadmin: it says unable to locate package 'pastebinit'09:01
theadmincrackerjackz: k, run "sudo apt-get update" and try again09:02
svrnmndI can't find Applications>Accessories>Passwords And Encryption its not in my main menue09:02
bc81svrnmnd: check system>preferences or alt+f2 (or open terminal) and type seahorse09:02
crackerjackztheadmin: still says the samething after running sudo apt-get update09:03
svrnmndBC81: thanks man09:03
bc81np09:03
theadmincrackerjackz: Ok, which Ubuntu version are you on?09:03
crackerjackztheadmin: 11.04 lts09:03
brightsparkapt-getter, you are using ordinary bash, right?  nothing funny?09:03
crackerjackz32 bit09:03
theadmincrackerjackz: ...There's no 11.04 lts09:03
theadmincrackerjackz: 10.04?09:03
apt-getterordinary09:04
apt-getteryes09:04
theadmincrackerjackz: Give me the output of: lsb_release -sc09:04
brightsparkapt-getter, http://www.pastebin.com/gsRxFRJv09:04
brightsparkthat worked on the static file.09:04
brightsparkought to work on your problem09:05
crackerjackztheadmin: onoric09:05
apt-getteraccel1 is x, accel2 is y, and accel3 is z?09:05
crackerjackzoneirc*09:05
theadmincrackerjackz: You're typing things wrong then -- pastebinit is in the repos09:05
brightsparkapt-getter, yes.09:05
crackerjackztheadmin: apt-cache search pastebinit returns no results09:06
brightsparkapt-getter, assuming the coordinates it gives are in the order (x,y,z)09:06
theadmin!info pastebinit oneiric | crackerjackz09:06
ubottucrackerjackz: pastebinit (source: pastebinit): command-line pastebin client. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.2-2 (oneiric), package size 30 kB, installed size 480 kB09:06
theadmincrackerjackz: See, we haz09:07
crackerjackztheadmin: i think the reason its not showing up is because im on the live cd?09:07
meganerdtheadmin: did he apt-get update first?09:07
crackerjackzmeganerd: yes09:07
theadmincrackerjackz: That wouldn't make much sense, unless... Do you have the universe repo enabled?09:07
brightsparkapt-getter, can you confirm or disconfirm that your accelerometer data is ending up where you want it?09:07
crackerjackztheadmin: hmmm how do i check to see if the universe repo is enabled?09:07
theadmincrackerjackz: cat /etc/apt/sources.list | grep universe | grep -i '^#'09:08
apt-getterThank you, brightspark! You halped me really much! It works perfectly! God bless you.09:08
apt-getterBye!09:09
brightsparkapt-getter, glad to help.  Goodnight09:09
apt-getterI am in Germany, it's morning 'lol'09:10
crackerjackztheadmin: it returns no output... what does that mean?09:11
theadmincrackerjackz: Means you don't have it enabled09:11
crackerjackztheadmin: does it need to be enabled for me to install pastebinit?09:11
theadmincrackerjackz: Yeah, or else... Well, let's figure out a way without pbi because it's annoying to handle repos via cli if you don't know how to lol09:11
crackerjackztheadmin: well if i can direct the output to a text file then i could scp it to my webserver or something09:12
theadmincrackerjackz: wget http://wgetpaste.zlin.dk/wgetpaste-1 -O wgp && chmod +x wgp && sudo mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/nixold | ./wgp09:12
theadmincrackerjackz: Or you can direct the output to a text file indeed: sudo mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/nixold | tee textfile09:13
Ben64theadmin: http://sprunge.us/09:13
theadminBen64: Or that, yeah :D09:14
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playitHey I have a list of things and need to make a layout of the pros and cons of each visually in an easy to see manner..09:17
shadowh511playit: use Libreoffice Presentation or a document with a table09:17
crackerjackztheadmin: its not letting direct the output to the text file.. i tried sudo mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/nixold | errormesg i also tried sudo mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/nixold >>errormesg.txt09:18
shadowh511have the bullets be X-marks and checkmarks09:18
playitI was using VYM to make a map of different choices they could make and it was looking alright but when i went to export it to html it was way too wide09:18
playitthats a good idea shadow511 im good with those just was looking for a more robust solution09:19
theadmincrackerjackz: Are you in a sane directory? That is, do you have permissions to write the the current directory?09:19
shadowh511playit: I'm sorry I can't help you further, I've never run into a need for something like that before ^^;;09:19
playitor the quickest way to through together something professional .. I liked how in VYM I could have pictures that my clients can click and it takes them to web references etc..09:19
playitthanks for the help09:20
crackerjackztheadmin: yup its just the home directory09:20
playitill look into what you mentioned as well09:20
theadmincrackerjackz: Weird...09:20
theadmincrackerjackz: Ah, actually, NOT weird09:20
crackerjackztheadmin: btw i tried the wget paste thing and it complained about the -0 (it didn09:21
crackerjackzwork09:21
theadmincrackerjackz: sudo mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/nixold 2>&1 | tee file09:21
shadowh511playit: kay, glad to help ^_^ Mindmapping might be better anyway. Have you looked into UML? it's for code, but it could be fedangled to make the diagrams you want09:21
playitno I haven't I'll check into it09:21
playitvym seemed kind of clunky to me09:22
playitthe HTML output wasn't what I was expecting .. Not sure how they got standard widths and it was hard to layout as well09:22
crackerjackztheadmin: okay that time it worked but it only directed the output of the last line it didn't show the whole error message09:23
barnexHello. I can't kill process on 11.10 and consider reporting a bug. Can someone tell me what should I include in this report to make it useful?09:23
shadowh511playit: yeah, some of the fringe cases in FOSS don't get worked out the cleanest, it's a know issue09:23
theadmincrackerjackz: Huh. Now that's weird.09:23
shadowh511barnex: what process?09:23
barnexcompiz09:23
theadminbarnex: Run: ubuntu-bug compiz09:23
theadminbarnex: It will include most info you'll need, you'll only have to describe what happens09:23
barnexDon't I need some info about kernel? It seems to be the kernel problem.09:24
playitthanks for the uml selection.. I would of never knew how to google for that09:24
crackerjackztheadmin: basically it says can't find ext2 file system on sda3 can't find ext4 file system on sda3.. bogus number or reserved sectors. you must specify the file system type09:24
playitthats precisely the kind of solutions im looking for09:24
barnexTop says that compiz is in 'R' state09:24
barnexand it just ignores kill -909:24
crackerjackz(when ever i try to mount it that is)09:24
theadmincrackerjackz: Try doing that.09:24
theadmincrackerjackz: What FS is on it?09:24
crackerjackztheadmin: i'm not sure it was so long ago... i installed linux using wubi though09:25
playitdo you or anyone else know of any other solutions? Im going to further research UML I just want to make sure theres not an easier direction to take09:25
playitUML looks promising for what I want to do09:25
theadmincrackerjackz: Oh, but uh, then it'd be on your Windows partition in some file09:25
bc81barnex: you might try switching window managers (metacity --replace, compiz --replace)  just a suggestion09:25
prashant_123456ssh client says access denied dont know why ?09:26
crackerjackztheadmin: there is a seperate partition called linux with some wubi stuff in it.. but i don't see my files09:27
theadmincrackerjackz: You need to mount the actual wubi drive, it's in a file called "root.disk"09:27
anonymousinukhiya, can anyone help me with changing the default channel on my wlan0/ mon0  antenna?09:28
crackerjackztheadmin: how do i search all mounted partitions for the file root.disk09:28
theadmincrackerjackz: sudo find -type f -iname 'root.disk'09:28
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crackerjackztheadmin: it returned no output09:29
theadmincrackerjackz: Well, then the partition isn't mounted09:29
crackerjackztheadmin: i think it might work this time... i was in the home directory when i ran that command09:30
crackerjackzi cd'd to / and now its taking longer for the command to return something so im guessing its searching09:30
theadmincrackerjackz: Oh, pardon me: sudo find / -type f -iname 'root.disk'09:30
theadmincrackerjackz: Or yeah, cd to /09:30
barnexbc81: Hmm, that might work, but i have no idea how to do it - I currently have 2 guest sessions running compiz at 100%, and I'm not logged in neither of them.09:31
crackerjackztheadmin: okay i found it.. it says /.media/Linux/ubuntu/disks/root.disk09:32
barnexI can su to those guest, but then when I try metacity --replace I get Window manager error: Unable to open X display :009:32
OerHeksanonymousinuk, change the default channel, in your Wifirouter.09:32
theadmincrackerjackz: Great, that's the one. Now: sudo mount -o loop /media/Linux/ubuntu/disks/root.disk /mnt/nixold09:32
bc81barnex: how are you trying to kill compiz?09:32
barnexsudo kill -9 1538409:33
barnexwhere 15384 is the pid09:33
anonymousinukthnks, Oheks09:33
bc81barnex: ok, how about killall compiz?09:33
theadminbarnex: But compiz may have multiple processes... "sudo pkill compiz" will work better09:33
anonymousinuki just assumed it was the program controlling the channel !09:34
barnexwell, even if it does have multiple processes, shouldn09:34
barnexwell, even if it does have multiple processes, shouldn't the 15384 be killed anyways?09:34
crackerjackztheadmin: my files!!!! i love j00!!!09:34
theadmincrackerjackz: lol, uh, thanks I guess :D09:34
crackerjackztheadmin: thank you so much09:34
barnexpkill and killall haven't worked09:35
theadmincrackerjackz: np, if you said you're using wubi in the first place you'd have saved me a lot of time :D09:35
meganerdbarnex: have you tried restarting X?09:35
barnexI did sudo /etc/init.d/lightdm restart09:36
barnexI believe it restarts X server as well?09:36
theadminbarnex: Yeah it should09:36
crackerjackztheadmin: actually i did mention wubi in the very first sentence i posted here09:37
theadmincrackerjackz: Ah guess I skipped it, sorry09:37
crackerjackztheadmin: its all good you helped me plus even though we went through some crap tryin to figure it out you taught me a couple of things i didn't know so not only did you help me get my files but you taught me a couple of things that i didn't know09:38
bc81barnex: or what about killall -9 compiz09:38
theadmincrackerjackz: It's no problem09:38
biggi_matYou should charge him.09:39
barnexbc81: doesn't work.09:39
crackerjackz^ actually i think some of you guys should make money answering peoples questions09:39
crackerjackzyour knowledge is worth a lot09:39
barnexWell, It seems like the program isn't the problem - all of them return 0, so kernel seems to accept the signal09:39
barnexand something is wrong on the kernel part?09:40
bc81barnex: the answer here says you can't kill compiz when the Launcher or Unity is running, maybe that's the problem? http://askubuntu.com/questions/47022/how-to-kill-unity-panel-unity-launcher09:41
mintciao09:42
MonkeyDustlist09:43
barnexbc81: hmm, I'm not sure what are the process names of Unity and Launcher, but "ps ax | grep -i unity" lists no processes09:43
meganerdbarnex: assuming that you are using the default, have you tried shutting down X?  /etc/init.d/lightdm stop09:44
barnexI don't really understand how ubuntu manages multiple users09:45
barnexmeganerd: yes09:45
barnexit seems to do some deep magic, pausing all users program when I switch users?09:45
hydrox24barnex: not sure about that, although I never use the switch user funstion.09:45
barnexI noticed that when I switch users while playing music, the music stops09:46
theadminbarnex: pulseaudio runs in a user-based manner, it won't play anything while you're not in the right user session09:46
GhrimI have a usb microphone, how do I set it up?09:47
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tomodohi09:48
hydrox24barnex: that wouldnt be pausing processes, just pulseaudio doing some muting.09:48
tomodohow do I turn off compiz?09:48
warfarenGhrim: should be pretty straightforward. plugin it in and select it in the sound properties09:49
warfarentomodo: at the login screen i think you can select gnome instead from a drop down menu09:49
tomodooh, thank yo9u09:49
warfareni dunno if they still have it in the latest release though09:50
tomodothe menu bar in a program (racket) is not showing up.. looks like this http://i.imgur.com/0ApdG.png09:50
tomodoany ideas how to fix it?09:50
warfarenoh wait, my mistake. you said compiz not unity tomodo09:50
theadmintomodo: It's Unity's fault, trying to use globalmenu with your app and failing :/09:51
tomodoI was able to turn off unity09:51
warfarensorry im confused. that would be desktop effects i think09:51
theadmintomodo: Remove "appmenu-gtk" and "appmenu-qt" if you have those09:51
tomodohow do I turn off globalmenu?09:51
crackerjackztheadmin: i know this is a little off topic for this channel but by chance would you happen to know where mysql databases get saved by default (like say you run one of those .php install scripts and it sets up the tables and all of that for you) im looking for the db for vxguestbook not sure where its at though09:51
theadmincrackerjackz: Nope no idea09:51
tomodoI am removing them with synaptic09:52
tomodothat didn't solve the problem09:52
tomodomaybe I need to log out and back in09:53
tomodothanks for your help, I'll go see what happens09:53
jaciJaci Poli09:54
krishguys, on oneiric, I dont get unity menus on vnc.. I get some file, edit menu on the top.. any solutions?09:56
tomodothanks for the suggeswtion but when I removed the menubar programs it still has the same bug09:59
syscoBonjour09:59
syscoest ce qu'une personne pourrais m'aider ?09:59
tomodoany other ideas I could try?09:59
Spyrossysco, in what?10:00
floridsdorfhi10:00
syscoje suis novice sur linux , je l'ai installer hier , etj'ai voulut voir les différents graphiques de bureau10:00
syscola je suis bloquer sur le xfce , pas moyen de fermé ma session10:01
Zizzuis it possible that i am so unlucky that i found the only hacker in the world able to do a hardware virus and also he want to destroy me while i am noone??10:01
Spyrossysco, Ctrl+Alt+Delete10:02
theadminZizzu: What are the symptoms anyway? What makes you think you're infected?10:02
Spyrossysco, do you have a panel?10:02
syscoSpyros  non il ne veux pas10:02
Zizzucouse he have funny with me, ddos my adsl, crash my network card, change my ubuntu password10:03
Zizzuand all this after i format and flash bios10:03
Spyrossysco, tu n'ai pas le panel;10:03
syscoj'ai juste des icones sur le bureau c'est tous10:04
theadmin!fr | sysco, Spyros10:04
ubottusysco, Spyros: 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.10:04
Zizzuand i am the only 1 which use this computer i am at home he root my computer no stupid friends or someone using my lan, he do this remotely10:04
Spyrossysco, Alt+F2 :: xfce4-panel10:05
syscouboottu , désiole si il est pas noté au novice qui debute comment faire pour joindre un fr  !10:05
syscomerci de ton implication  ;)10:05
Zizzuwtf i have inside computer?10:05
mufflonhello all10:05
meganerdcrackerjackz: mysql tables et al live in /var/lib/mysql10:06
MyrttiZizzu: have you ran rkhunter or similar?10:06
MyrttiZizzu: also, mind your language :-)10:06
Zizzui zero format the computer with dd, flash bios and he enter my computer again10:07
Zizzui have something in the hardware10:07
Ben64Zizzu: you're not getting hacked10:07
Zizzui am10:07
Zizzua lot10:07
Ben64what evidence do you have to support that theory10:08
Zizzuthe best evidence is he changed my admin password and modified grub, i cant login10:08
Zizzuthen a 24h on 24 ddos on the adsl10:09
Ben64ubuntu doesn't have a root password by default10:09
zmpwhois zmp10:10
Zizzuwhat that mean, he just change the password, every time im on linux this guy enter it and block the system so i cant use it10:10
Ben64check the logs then, it'd show if someone was accessing you10:10
OerHeksZizzu, hard to believe, look in your room for camera's10:11
tomodowhich logs?10:11
ubuntutheadmin: the live cd crashed on me.. can you paste to me that mount command again for my wubi disk10:11
ubuntutheadmin: its crackerjackz10:11
Zizzuyeah it could be my daddy... no this is a hacker group which have fun with me10:11
theadminubuntu: sudo mount -o /path/to/root.disk /path/to/mountpoint # Basically.10:11
Ben64its not a hacker10:11
ubuntutheadmin: ty10:11
hydrox24Zizzu: I doubt it... I would also suggest that you try limiting physical access (for others) to your machine accept for the network connection to try and root out the issue10:12
Zizzui am the only one which use the computer it is my computer in my room in my home10:12
Zizzui have something in the hardware which work like a signal10:13
Zizzu:(10:13
OerHeksZizzu stop using wireless keyboard .10:13
hydrox24Zizzu: and what, every time you use ubuntu the password get's changed?10:13
Zizzuhappened 2 times10:13
hydrox24Zizzu: Yes, are you using a BT keyboard?10:13
Zizzuno10:13
Zizzuusb10:14
hydrox24Zizzu: and is you password long and secure?10:14
syscomerci spyro , j'ai reboot la machine car rien ne fonctionnais10:14
hydrox24Zizzu: also, do you know if you have ssh installed and/or the openssh server running?10:14
barnexZizzu: maybe it's something drive related? I imagine it's possible that every new ubuntu installation with the same partition table uses the same place on the hdd to store the password data10:14
barnexnow if there's some problem with reliably accessing this sector10:14
barnexit may appear like your password changes?10:15
barnexlongshot10:15
barnexbut hardware virus isn't more probable :P10:15
Zizzuits not about the password only its about a group of hackers showing they can find me everywhere i connect and root my computer when they want10:15
Ben64there are no hackers10:15
MyrttiZizzu: it could be your keyboard that's broken.10:15
OerHeksZizzu is it raining outside ? nice day to troll a channel.10:15
Zizzuthere are, after the password changed i format again and put windows 7, i connect to a game a guy called me and say: NOW U PLAY HE GOOD10:16
Zizzuno troll here10:16
Ben64sounds like troll, because what you are saying is impossible10:16
Zizzui know10:17
barnexyes it really does sound like a troll10:17
Zizzubut I HAVE10:17
Spyrossysco, you can always hit :"Ctrl+Alt+F1", then login as sysco, then :"sudo -i"10:17
MonkeyDustSpyros  that suggesting that command is a no-no here10:17
Ben64Zizzu: pastebin /var/log/auth.log10:18
Zizzui think it is something in the firmware or bios or all 210:18
ubuntutheadmin: ty10:18
Spyroswhat do you mean10:18
Zizzuim on windows 7 now cant use linux10:18
barnexZizzu: well, don't take this as a personal attack, but if you really aren't trolling and you agree that it's probably impossible...10:18
zambahow can i check if my system is running on s-ata or ide?10:18
oratedIs nomodeset option default in grub?10:18
Ben64Zizzu: this is ubuntu support, not paranoid windows 7 support10:18
theadminorated: Nope, why would it be?10:18
barnexMaybe it's not computer issue, but mental health one?10:18
hydrox24Zizzu: I would suggest that you look into encrypting your HDD and/or look for suspicious vans hanging around outside your house if you are concerned about security10:18
SpyrosMonkeyDust, what do you mean?10:19
Ben64Spyros: sudo -i isn't recommended10:19
Spyrossrry10:19
theadminBen64: How come? That's the recommended way to get the root shell10:19
Ben64it can be dangerous if the user doesn't realize what it does10:19
theadminBen64: Well, if the user runs commands without realizing what they do...10:20
Spyrosheh10:20
Ben64most people don't know10:20
barnexthe whole login/profile issue isn't really that obvious10:20
barnexI just recently learned it because i had to for ruby version manager10:21
Zizzuanyone know if the bios hash should be the same of the rom filw which i used to flash it after i restart the computer, or is it normal that it is different10:23
hydrox24goobye all, have a good night (in Aus atleast)10:24
ikoniaZizzu: hi, this channel is for ubuntu support only, can you please keep to that topic10:24
BuboCan anyone help me install gimp 2.7.4? compile and install? I asked on #gimp but nobody seems to be able to help me10:25
ikoniaBubo: why can you not use the version that is in the repo10:25
Zizzui know this channel is about ubuntu but this virus is the best virus ever and ubuntu is not immune to this kind of virus u know10:25
BuboBecause of unmet dependencies.. people have been trying to help me (here in this channel) many times and nobody seems to be able to fix it10:25
ikoniaZizzu: unless your question is an ubuntu support question, please keep it out of this channel10:25
barnexBubo: why compile? There seems to be ppa for it?10:25
Bubothe repo gives me 2.7.510:25
icerootZizzu: please stop it now, i told you an hour ago that it is offtopic10:25
cloudgeekikonia: how find any thing using and then grep using anything from all search like i try this find / -name  python | grep python10:26
Buboi need 2.7.4 which is working10:26
barnexoh10:26
Bubo2.7.5 still isnt wokring in ubuntu 11.1010:26
icerootZizzu: go to ##hardware or something like that10:26
iceroot!work | Bubo10:26
ubottuBubo: Doesn't work is a strong statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Does it want more money? Is it on IRC all the time? Please be specific! Examples of what doesn't work tend to help too.10:26
MyrttiBubo: and why do you need it?10:26
ikoniaBubo: unless you are using external repos / PPA's the version in the ubuntu repo will not complain of failed dependencies10:26
BuboI said i have asked here for help many times, and few people tried to help me but i end up formatting10:26
ikoniaBubo: what version of ubuntu are you using10:27
Buboikonia 11.1010:27
Buboand yes it complains of failed dependencies10:27
Buboa few dozen of them10:27
ikoniaBubo: do you have any 3rd party repos or PPA's ?10:27
Buboits a new version of gimp, it came out few days/weeks ago10:27
ikoniaBubo: do you have any 3rd party repos or PPA's ?10:27
BuboYes10:27
ikoniaBubo: that will most likley be the cause of your problems10:27
MonkeyDustPPA's :(10:27
barnexhttp://alcides-mp.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/gimp-2.7.4-linux-amd64.7z - there seems to be binary for x64 versions, but installing binaries from untrusted sources isn't recommended10:27
Bubowhen it was 2.7.4 in the repo, it installed fine (with the same PPA's)10:27
ikoniaBubo: they will be creating (most likley) the cause of your conflicts10:28
ikonia!info gimp10:28
Bubonow i have those same PPA's and gmip 2.7.5 isnt installing10:28
ubottugimp (source: gimp): The GNU Image Manipulation Program. In component main, is optional. Version 2.6.11-2ubuntu4 (oneiric), package size 4644 kB, installed size 13456 kB10:28
ikoniaBubo: gimp 2.6 is the 11.10 version10:28
BuboI searched on google, and some other people have been having the same problem with 2.7.510:28
MonkeyDustBubo  what is being said is: remove the PPA's to solve the problem(s)10:28
ikoniaBubo: please focus on what I'm saying10:28
ikoniaMonkeyDust: that is not what is being said10:29
ikoniaMonkeyDust: removing a PPA at this time will do nothing10:29
cloudgeekhow we can use the find and grep command together10:29
shadowh511ppa-purge?10:29
ikoniashadowh511: no10:29
ikoniaBubo: the version of gimp in ubuntu 11.10 is 2.6 - where are you getting 2.7 from ?10:29
shadowh511ppa-purge should remove the broken dep'd gimp10:29
oratedtheadmin: Afaik setting "nomodeset" disables KMS which would end up giving VT's native resolution? I only wanted to confirm as I forgot the what original grub option was after recent changes. Could you link me to any article describing all the grub options?10:29
ikoniashadowh511: no, it won't10:29
alkisgHi, could someone propose to me a light window manager with regular minimize, maximize and close buttons, that is NOT preinstalled in one of the [k|x|l|ed]ubuntu variants?10:29
shadowh511ikonia: it does for me :P10:30
MonkeyDustalkisg  jwm is very light10:30
alkisgThank you MonkeyDust10:30
theadminorated: Sorry, nope, and all I know is that nomodeset helps if your X is acting up xD Not sure what it really does, sorry10:30
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Buboikonia 2.7.x is an unstable version (but 2.7.4 works on ubuntu 11.10 and supports single-window mode which 2.6.x dosent)10:30
theadminalkisg: openbox ftw?10:30
meganerdorated: why not check the grub site?10:30
ikoniaBubo: please stop answering questions I'm not asking10:30
shadowh511alkisg: also look up awesome10:30
BuboI cant use 2.6 because it doesnt allow me to open 2.7.x10:30
ikoniaBubo: please answer the questions I am asking10:30
ikoniaBubo: where did you get gimp 2.710:30
BuboFrom gimp.org10:30
alkisgtheadmin: I'd agree, but I want to run it inside Xephyr inside the same user session, so if the user runs lubuntu, I'm worrying about conflicts...10:30
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ikoniaBubo: how did you install it ? from a deb package or by compiling it ?10:31
BuboYou add a repository10:31
rcsheetsWhat's the correct way to change the PATH system-wide? Looks like /etc/login.defs but when I make changes there, I'm not seeing them reflected in new logins.10:31
Buboand it gives you the latest unstable which is now 2.7.5 (doesnt work)10:31
alkisgThank you shadowh511, I'll check that too10:31
ikoniaBubo: ok - to that repository will be downloading dependencies that are causing the conflict10:31
Bubo2.7.4 worked and installed easily10:31
shadowh511alkisg: no problem10:31
theadminalkisg: I... kind of understand what you're talking about. Hm, okay then, fluxbox?10:31
barnexalkisg: what do you consider regular minimize/maximize and close? is this ok: http://bluetile.org/images/bluetile_screenshot2.png ?10:31
meganerdBubo: well unstable is exactly that10:31
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BuboYes but 2.7.4 didnt had any problems, but 2.7.5 does10:32
ikoniaBubo: if the package is causing conflicts you need to either a.) stop using the external repos b.) conact the owner of those repos and ask them to resolve them for you10:32
alkisgbarnex: ...it's not very pretty but it does the work :)10:32
Buboand they changed to 2.7.5 in the repository 2 weeks ago i think10:32
meganerdBubo: yes, and the gimp PPA broke something10:32
shadowh511Bubo: you installed unstable software, it eats children from time to time10:32
ikoniaBubo: we cannot fix external packages - contact the package maintainers10:32
Buboikonia10:32
barnexalkisg: well, that's bluetile - basically xmonad preconfigured to play nicely with gnome10:32
BuboI downloaded 2.7.4 version and i asked if someone can help me compile it10:32
meganerdBubo: that is the very nature of unstable, updates break things10:32
Bubothat version is working on ubuntu 11.10 without any problems10:32
ikoniaBubo: that is a terrible idea10:33
barnexI used it for a while and then moved to xmonad with my own config, it's really awesome.10:33
meganerdBubo: not really on topic, and probably more effort than it is worth.10:33
theadminHm... I really should try xmonad too10:33
ikoniaBubo: I strongly advise you to talk to the gimp package maintainers and ask them for assitance, you will probably get reasonable help10:33
oratedtheadmin meganerd: I said it wrong.. those are linux options. Grub only helps them to pass10:34
barnextheadmin: yes you should :-). Editing haskell configs when you don't know first thing about haskell is painful though10:34
theadminbarnex: Ah... hm, then I'd rather stick to i3 where configs are a pretty obvious language :D10:34
BuboOk thank you10:34
meganerdorated: then the kernel source is probably  where you want to look.  There are a lot of options10:35
oratedmeganerd: Yes, searching. Thanks10:35
barnextheadmin: what language is that?10:35
theadminbarnex: Not sure really, but it's just understandable just from looking at the default config10:36
barnexoh ok, so it's more like a proper config, not a program?10:36
barnexI really like the idea of programming my config10:36
barnexso I can change the bindings depending on layout for instance10:36
theadminbarnex: Ah... Hm, say, do you know any wms which would use Perl and/or Ruby for configs?10:37
barnexor the desktop or the running apps10:37
shadowh511awesome would be better then10:37
shadowh511it uses a lua config file10:37
meganerdorated: there is a Documentation folder in the kernel source10:37
barnextheadmin: I used wmii few years ago, don't know if it's still maintained10:37
theadminbarnex: Think it is10:37
barnexit used ruby afair10:37
theadminbarnex: Not so sure though10:37
cloudgeek find . -name "pinax" -exec grep "pinax" {} \\ ; -print10:37
cloudgeeki have error on bash with exec and print10:37
meganerdcloudgeek: find . -iname "pinax" -exec grep \{\} \;10:38
theadminmeganerd: ew at this \{\}... Just use '{}', seriously :D10:38
barnexI don't really love xmonad and haskell is painful, but it lets me use the gnome 3 panels and indicators.10:38
barnexAnd i really like those.10:38
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cloudgeekmeganerd: working :) , what is error in that10:38
rcsheetsoh, it's /etc/environment10:38
meganerdtheadmin: :)10:39
theadmincloudgeek: { and } are special characters in bash, gotta escape them10:39
Pepp-elitoHi, I'm running x-swat nvidia drivers on ubuntu 10.10 and i experience freezes while playing some youtube movies. Does anyone know why this happens, seems to be related to hardware acceleration. Anyone that has experienced this and solved it?10:39
cloudgeektheadmin: okay , it help undersatnd better unix10:39
ikoniaPepp-elito: your best bet is to contact the x-swat repos maintainers, log a bug and work with them to resolve it10:39
Ben64Pepp-elito: what version ubuntu? 32 or 64 bit? what browser?10:40
Pepp-elitoBen64, I'm runnig 32-bit ubuntu 10.1010:40
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Ben64Pepp-elito: hm, i have no problems on 64 bit 10.04 with that driver10:41
ikoniaBen64: you must realise what little value that offers, different hardware,10:41
Ben64yeah well, its close10:41
Ben64nvidia drivers are binaries, they don't really vary10:41
ikoniaBen64: but hardware and compatability does10:42
Name141What's more up to date, as in wont require more updates when it's installed, the LTS.something or the 11.10 ?10:42
Pepp-elitoBen64, I think it might be related to my hardware setup. I'm running a zotac nd-22, which has nvidia ION. I think this is both an nvida chip and an intel chip, but i'm not sure..10:42
Ben64seems more likely that its a flash issue10:42
theadminName141: The latest (Oneiric, 11.10)10:42
Ben64Pepp-elito: have you tried turning hardware acceleration off from flash?10:42
theadminName141: Well, you'll still need to update, but it's more up-to-date anyway10:42
Name141theadmin: OK.  My unlimited hours are about up is why (stupid ISP caps)10:43
theadminName141: Try the minimal CD10:43
theadminName141: That way you can install only what you really need/want10:43
Name141theadmin: I'm going to use wubi.10:44
theadminName141: ew, why?10:44
MonkeyDustwubi :(10:44
yakcHow can I get indicator for banshee in gnome 3.2 shell?10:44
theadminSorry everyone, I'll see y'all in 3 hours and 15 minutes -- going to take a nap. El Psy Congroo.10:45
cloudgeekhow open a image from command line10:46
pksadiqcloudgeek: tty?10:47
cloudgeekpksadiq: wait i am pasting my bash on pastie.org then i help you more to got , i want open logo.png10:47
cloudgeekhttp://pastie.org/340715710:48
cloudgeekhow can open the logo.png from bash10:48
cloudgeekfor editing10:48
MonkeyDustcloudgeek  gnome-open10:48
cloudgeekMonkeyDust: okay , nautilus works , :D thanks10:49
meganerdcloudgeek: do you want to edit this in something browser based via pinax?10:49
cloudgeekmeganerd: i want this logo for my website10:49
yakccloudgeek, eog -f path.png10:49
cloudgeekmeganerd: later now i am editing this10:50
cloudgeekyakc: what will this command it open this or edit this10:50
mileon_hi, where can i find howto's about ubuntu networking10:50
meganerdmileon_: www.lartc.org10:50
yakccloudgeek, what do you mean?10:51
guest1mileon_: man interfaces10:51
cloudgeekyakc: thanks :) nothing yeah got it10:51
yakcno problem :)10:51
mileon_meganerd: thx10:52
cloudgeekyakc: eog -f can be used any graphics in command line10:52
mileon_guest1: yea i know, but i have last week a problem with setup my network from console10:52
mileon_guest1: i have try it to make all settings without gui, normaly is this for me no problem10:53
mileon_guest1: but with mint / ubuntu is to many other as debian10:53
guest1mileon_: yes indeed I should look at Ubuntu wiki10:54
cloudgeekany editor based on ubuntu for editing the logo10:54
Ben64how do i add an ipv6 address, and make it permanent so I don't have to add it again after I reboot?10:54
guest1mileon_: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetAndNetworking10:55
yakcIs there a way to get indicator for banshee in gnome 3.2 shell?10:55
_skplyakc: http://extensions.gnome;org10:56
mileon_guest1: ok, that is a good help10:56
guest1ok10:56
Name141theadmin: to test some things first.  I need to get my KVM switch to working in linux and I found this: http://beitis.net/ubuntu-kvm-switches-and-scroll-lock/  Thought I'd atleast give it a try10:56
yakc_skpl, Okay, thanks. I'll have a look of that-10:56
* guest1 'nick' command doesn't work in instandbird10:56
meganerdBen64: /etc/network/interfaces10:57
cloudgeekany irc for webhosting10:57
cloudgeekand any irc for web-design for10:57
cloudgeeklinux or ubuntu guys10:57
meganerdBen64: there is also a tab in the network-manger for IPv610:58
Ben64meganerd: its a server10:58
Name141oh the admin quit10:58
Ben64meganerd: do i just add a section after the ipv4 section?10:58
meganerdBen64: then /etc/network/interfaces10:58
totesmuhgoatshi guys10:59
totesmuhgoatsI have made changes to my /etc/default/grub and wish to delete it and get back the default configuration. How can I get back the default configuration?10:59
jack-help11:00
jack-<jack-> Xlib: connection to ":0.0" refused by server11:00
jack-[11:17]  <jack-> how do i make x11 allow all users?11:00
meganerdBen64: IIRC it gets its own stanza in there: iface <iface> inet6 static11:00
Ben64meganerd: cool11:01
Ben64i guess i'll find out if it works next time i reboot11:01
RangerBobxhost +11:01
guest1totesmuhgoats: dpkg-reconfigure grub ?11:01
jack-oh, yeah11:01
jack-thx!11:01
totesmuhgoatsguest1: thanks i shall try it out11:01
RangerBobnp :)11:02
RangerBobalso xhost + localhost, etc11:02
totesmuhgoatsguest1: there is no package called grub installed11:02
guest1totesmuhgoats: or probably copy example config from /usr/share/****grub*** to /boot/*** and make 'update-grub' or smth11:02
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SupremeHey11:02
totesmuhgoatsguest1: thanks, ill try it out11:03
guest1totesmuhgoats: dpkg -l | grep grub11:03
Ben64totesmuhgoats: grub-pc most likely11:03
guest1totesmuhgoats: Sometimes i look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub211:05
totesmuhgoatsguest1: Ben64 thanks, that did it11:05
SupremeHow long does it take to download ubuntu 11.10?11:05
totesmuhgoatsthere were copies of the files located in /usr/share11:05
totesmuhgoatsand also the package was grub-pc11:05
meganerdSupreme: depends on your connection11:05
totesmuhgoatsso dpkg-reconfigure works now11:05
guest1good11:06
hcuongvnI need your help. I've been lost my ".bashrc" file. How can i restore that file?11:06
habermann24i want to use upstarts' user jobs and i have one setup in ~/.init/ … but "start my_job" won't find it…any ideas?? (ubuntu 11.10)11:06
SupremeIts normal not slow not fast. . .11:06
totesmuhgoatsi will be back in a bit, moment of truth. gonna reboot and hopefully all will be well11:06
guest1hcuongvn: copy it from /etc/skel*11:06
meganerdhcuongvn: there is a default one in etc you can copy back11:06
aleale97Nessun italiano?11:06
hcuongvnok! Thank guys!11:06
oCean!it | aleale9711:07
ubottualeale97: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)11:07
aleale97Thanks!11:07
GriGiHi, I want to get rid of "Enter password to unlock your login keyring" window. (I was loginng without password, but now Im logging with password). I find command: "sudo rm ~/.gnome2/keyrings/login.keyring" Is it safe to remove that file?11:07
SupremeApproximately how long does it take to download 11.10?11:07
oCeanSupreme: depends on your connection11:08
meganerdSupreme: how fast is your internet connection?11:08
meisth0thhello11:08
SupremeIt normal. Not very fast.11:08
oCeanSupreme: I do it in little over 3 minutes11:09
meganerdSupreme: I have no idea what normal is11:09
bc81GriGi: not sure, but if you experiment, you can just rename that file to login.keyring.old (or something)11:09
guest1hcuongvn: there is mine backup .bashrc but from debian http://pastie.org/340725211:09
GriGibc81: Thanks, that's good idea :).11:09
Supreme15 mbps11:09
oCeanSupreme: it depends on the mirror you are using, but mostly on your connection, so there is no way to tell11:09
meganerdSupreme: also the torrents can sometimes be faster11:10
hcuongvnguest1: I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.11:10
SupremeDo you know the fastest mirror i can download it from?11:10
guest1oCean: about 30 min to 1 hour maybe faster -- 8mb speed of internet -- anyway about 30 min with cable internet11:10
meganerdSupreme: probably a torrent11:11
guest1hcuongvn: ok it's good i used it11:11
SupremeGive me a website?11:11
bc81Supreme: the closest mirror to your location will *usually* be fastest (not always the case)..i have found torrents to be the fastest though11:11
oCeanSupreme: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/alternative-download#bt11:12
hcuongvnguest1: What's the name of default ".bashrc" file in /etc ? I'm not sure that i copied right file :(11:12
totesmuhgoatsthanks guys, all is well now11:12
shadowh511hcuongvn: /etc/bashrc11:13
adzHas anyone else been unable to log in to Ubuntu 12.04 alpha 2 after an update yesterday?11:13
oCeanadz Precise/12.04 is not yet released (still alpha). Please /join #ubuntu+1 for further support and discussion11:13
guest1hcuongvn: http://packages.ubuntu.com/ru/lucid/i386/bash/filelist11:14
adzMy apologies, thank you.11:14
Aitori fort11:14
guest1hcuongvn: /etc/skel/.bashrc I guess11:14
Aitori forgot the keyring paswword, how can i create a new store?11:14
SupremeThanks guys11:14
Aitoror better, what is the irc channel for the help in11:15
Aitorspanish11:15
bc81!es | Aitor11:16
ubottuAitor: 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.11:16
hcuongvnguest1: , shadowh511: I can't find it. It's not in /etc or /etc/skel/ directory.11:16
guest1hcuongvn: http://packages.ubuntu.com/oneiric/i386/bash/filelist11:16
shadowh511hcuongvn: ah, I was going based on naming conventions11:16
guest1hcuongvn: aptitude source bash and unpack in archives and copy. will try myself11:17
oCeanhcuongvn: it is the one in /etc/skel, since that is the one that is copied to any new user's homedirectory11:19
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hcuongvnoCean: shadowh511: guest1: It's hidden in /etc/skel. I did it! Thank all guys!11:20
shadowh511hcuongvn: no prob!11:20
guest1hcuongvn: Yes! It'common case. When creating a new user this files are copied into new /home/$user/ folder. Linux is clean and simple11:21
guest1* these11:21
hcuongvnguest1: I got this. Thanks!11:23
guest1ok11:23
_ravenwhich tool to display battery history graphically?11:25
Myrtti_raven: in Ubuntu? click the battery icon and you'll get a window that has that option on it11:26
habermann24anybody using ubuntu 11.10 and got upstart user jobs working???11:26
guest1habermann24: What's wrong with them?11:28
habermann24guest1: well… they're not found :( … i have a test one in ~/.init/11:29
habermann24start my-test-job gives: unknown job: my-test-job11:29
linqering郁闷死了11:30
lotuspsychje!ch | linqering11:30
ubottulinqering: The Swiss !LoCo team can be found in #ubuntu-ch (please speak English there) - Deutschsprachiger Ubuntu Support in #ubuntu-de - Aide Ubuntu en français dans #ubuntu-fr - Supporto Ubuntu in Italiano in #ubuntu-it11:30
guest1habermann24: may be better in /etc/init.d/ ?11:31
habermann24guest1: … ok now this is weird… on another machine it works...11:31
habermann24how do i debug this on the machine where its not working? :D11:31
linqering!cn11:31
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ubottu: 如欲獲得中文的協助,請輸入 /join #ubuntu-cn 或 /join #ubuntu-tw11:31
_ravenMyrtti i have xubuntu11:31
guest1habermann24: hm upstart is complicated. Hope u will find the way11:32
_ravenwhich tool to display battery history graphically in xubuntu?11:34
linqeringexit11:35
MonkeyDust_raven  try xfce4-battery-plugin11:36
patrunjelHi. Do bash scripts get outputed sequentially? I have a script that compiles some code, outputs whatever, to let me know the compiling is done, so I can test the speed of whatever algorithm I'm trying, and I wanna know if the echo is outputted exactly when my compiling is done, or if it's loaded into a  buffer and outputed when my whole script finishes executing11:37
_ravenMonkeyDust i need something like a graph11:38
theadminpatrunjel: The output is produced as soon as the "echo" program is called pretty much11:39
patrunjeltheadmin, ok, thanks :D11:39
bc81patrunjel: the time command might be of use to you11:39
MonkeyDust_raven  like system monitor?11:39
_raveni need the course of the battery state11:39
_ravenMonkeyDust yes such a thing11:39
cloudgeekErrors were encountered while processing:11:40
cloudgeek citadel-server11:40
cloudgeek citadel-mta11:40
cloudgeekE: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)11:40
bc81!paste11:40
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.11:40
cloudgeekhow to fix this11:40
cva in output of time command  "0m0.001s" what is minute, hour & seconds ? in this sample is it mean 0.001 seconds?11:42
cloudgeek!logo11:42
ubottuOfficial Ubuntu artwork including the Ubuntu logo can be found at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/Official11:42
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Ben64cva: you're supposed to run something with time11:44
rymate1234hey11:44
rymate1234does anyone know a good disk defrag tool for ubuntu11:44
cvaBen64: time ./picout11:44
Ben64rymate1234: don't need defrag11:44
MonkeyDustdefrag for ubuntu?11:44
xanax`hello11:45
rymate1234orly11:45
rymate1234why?11:45
Ben64!defrag11:45
ubottuThe default Ubuntu filesystem (ext4) is engineered to avoid fragmentation issues in most cases, see http://linkpot.net/behead/ for a simple example on how it achieves this.11:45
_ravenMonkeyDust ?11:45
MonkeyDust_raven  ?11:45
xanax`Is the javascript code for the Ubuntu CountDown banners (logos) free ?11:45
_ravenMonkeyDust any tool available?11:45
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cva in output of time command  "0m0.001s" what is minute, hour & seconds ? in this sample is it mean 0.001 seconds?11:45
Ben64cva: yes, s is second11:45
xanax`I mean... these banners : https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Website/JauntyCountdownBanners11:46
MonkeyDust_raven  maybe you can open synaptic and search "battery", it's what i did11:46
cvaBen64: what is before m ? is it hour11:46
_ravenok11:46
Ben64cva: ...11:46
cva0m0.001s11:46
Ben64m is minute...11:46
irvkenhi, I just installed ubuntu which all seemed to go well, but when I restart the monitor just says "out of range", how can I get the video towork11:46
theadmincva: 0 minutes, 0.001 seconds. Isn't that obvious?11:46
cvatheadmin: I tried to format the output of time command "time -f "%U" ./picout" but I got "-f: command not found" and usual output11:48
indistylosburjan`, Ubuntu?11:48
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guest1cva: without -f11:48
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indistylosorinello:  apt-get cache sl11:48
lucidmadmanhey folks is there any problem with build a virtual machine on a windows box but using ubuntu server (11.10) to host it?11:49
guest1o not11:49
rymate1234hmmm11:49
rymate1234how would I format a micro sd card?11:49
indistylolucidmadman, : No11:49
lucidmadmanindistylo: thanks11:49
theadminrymate1234: Like any other device basically: sudo mkfs.fstype /dev/whatever11:50
cvaguest1: how can I format the output of time command without -f option11:50
rymate1234olol11:50
guest1ololo11:50
guest1i mistaked with date command ^)11:51
indistylorymate1234,  : do, cd /dev11:51
indistyloidentify ur device11:51
rymate1234nvm11:51
rymate1234did by phone11:51
Ben64cva: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=142151111:52
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theadmincva: That's supposed to work, but since it doesn't, do: TIME="%U" time ./picout11:52
rymate1234guyz11:54
rymate1234don't ypu just HATE IT11:54
rymate1234when people randomly PM you11:54
xanax`Is the javascript code for the Ubuntu CountDown banners free ?11:54
MonkeyDustrymate1234  then type !pm11:54
rymate1234!pm11:54
ubottuPlease ask your questions in the channel so that other people can help you, benefit from your questions and answers, and ensure that you're not getting bad advice. Please note that some people find it rude to be sent a PM without being asked for permission to do so first.11:54
rymate1234The problem is11:55
rymate1234someone answered me by PM11:55
rymate1234-_-11:55
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rymate1234!pm | indistylo11:56
ubottuindistylo: Please ask your questions in the channel so that other people can help you, benefit from your questions and answers, and ensure that you're not getting bad advice. Please note that some people find it rude to be sent a PM without being asked for permission to do so first.11:56
irvkenhi, I just installed ubuntu which all seemed to go well, but when I restart the monitor just says "out of range", how can I get the video to work11:56
rymate1234hmmmm11:57
hmwirvken: maybe you get lucky by switching to the text console and back to X?11:58
steven__who is there11:58
Dr_willisirvken,  do you see the grub menu? does  the system eventually boot to the login screen?11:58
bc81hi steven__  we read you loud and clear11:58
cvaben64: in that thread it is said that bash has a time command. and there is a real time command. I cant understand this11:58
Ben64cva: just read it, it's very clear11:59
guest1irviken in alt+f1 look at X output. Or 'sudo pkill X' and 'startx' and see the output12:00
anonymousinukwhere can i get help for aircrack or help with setting wlan0/mon0 channel12:00
steven__let`s talk about something12:00
oCeansteven__: this is ubuntu support channel, not social chat12:00
bazhangsteven__, ubuntu support here.12:00
steven__sorry ...12:00
bc81!ot | steven__12:01
ubottusteven__: #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!12:01
tMHppl, once upon a time I have seen (and even installed!) slackware with enlightment version 6 or 7, the version that has some steam-punk visuals, yet it has sound scheme with nice effects like - closing window via pressing [x] button gave blast sound etc. does somebody remember this enlightment version , ever used, and know how to install it on xubuntu instead of xfce?:)12:01
steven__i got it12:01
jiltdilI have to burn video in dvd. Which is the best  s/w available for it in ubuntu?12:01
oCeansteven__: you can /join #ubuntu-offtopic for chat12:01
bazhangtMH, you mean 16/17?12:01
steven__got it12:02
rymate1234lol12:02
tMHbazhang - that version was on 1999/2000 years I suppose, because I used to install slackware in mar'0012:02
Dr_willistMH,  enlightment is in the repos. but theres been a lot of changes to it over the years.   so that old them may not work any more.12:02
tMHDr_willis - pityful :/12:02
Dr_willisI always found enightment - overhyped..12:03
tMHbut - someone have seen _that_ version?12:03
tMHwith bars like on caterpillar (warning drawing, yellow/black etc)12:03
tMHyellow/black bars on top of window..12:03
Dr_willisTheres enlightment theme sites out there.12:03
anonymousinuk@oCean if general chat is in offtopic channel and there is less than 20 users in there where do ppl actually chat omn here?12:03
tMHDr_willis - really? url?12:03
anonymousinukon*12:04
oCeananonymousinuk: #defocus is the network's social channel12:04
bazhanganonymousinuk, try more like 20012:04
anonymousinukim obviously looking at the wrong channel12:04
anonymousinuksoz guys got to go12:05
Dr_willistMH,  no idea. Every time i try enlightment - it makes me want to puke and i wonder what the big deal is about.12:06
Dr_willishttp://askubuntu.com/questions/tagged/enlightenment12:07
tMHDr_willis - well, you have to understand - on '98/'99 there were no much themes and e7 (or e8) was a big blast in visual/soundFX :)12:07
Dr_willisI rember the E craze... and thought it sad back then. I perfered WindowMaker.12:07
Dr_willisthat 'metisse' desktop showed more promise. but then compiz came out.12:08
rymate1234compiz <312:08
kpas!classic12:08
rymate1234gnome <312:08
ubottuThe 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". For 11.10, see !notunity12:08
kpas!notunity12:08
ubottuUbuntu 11.10 uses GNOME 3 with the !unity shell by default.  To use GNOME Shell instead, install the "gnome-shell" package and investigate "gnome-tweak-tool".  For GNOME Fallback mode, which is similar to GNOME 2, install "gnome-panel". Both packages will place entries in the Sessions dropdown. Using Natty? See !classic12:08
rymate1234!GNOME12:08
ubottuGNOME is the default !desktop environment on Ubuntu up to 10.10 To install it from Kubuntu or Xubuntu, type « sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop » in a !terminal.12:08
rymate1234!unity12:09
ubottuUnity is the default UI since Ubuntu 11.04.  Unity is a shell for GNOME. see http://unity.ubuntu.com. For a GNOME 2-like experience, see !notunity12:09
bazhangrymate1234, stop that12:09
rymate1234ok12:09
Dr_willisfrom what i hear 'compiz' may be getting less and less popular as well..12:09
rymate1234wait12:09
rymate1234"Unity is a shell for GNOME."12:09
auronandace!msgthebot | rymate123412:09
irvkenhmw, no that doesn't work12:09
ubotturymate1234: Please investigate with me only with "/msg ubottu Bot" or in #ubuntu-bots.  Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu !search factoid".12:09
rymate1234I thought it was a compiz plugin12:09
Dr_willisUnity is a shell on top of gnome-3 in Ubuntu 11.10+12:09
Dr_willisit uses compiz yes.12:10
rymate1234ah12:10
Dr_willisUnless its unity-2d :)12:10
rymate1234lol12:10
rymate1234I knew that12:10
irvkenDr_willis, I see the grub menu, boots to dual booted xp fine, I get use alt +f kets to get a terminal, and have worked through several threads on ubuntu forums before coming here12:11
barnex??constr12:11
barnexops, sorry, wrong channel12:11
* rymate1234 will be afk12:11
irvkenI've edited the grub.confg to boot in 600x400 but I still get out of range12:11
Dr_willisirvken,  if you see the grub menu.. then thats the grub configs you tweaked.. that does NOT affect the X desktop res.12:12
Keulehallo, any germany here ?12:12
Dr_willisirvken,  try the nomodeset option in grub. whats the video card anyway?12:12
Dr_willis!nomodeset | irvken12:12
ubottuirvken: A common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter12:12
bazhangKeule, in #ubuntu-de12:12
Keulety12:12
irvkenok, cheers I'll be back later12:13
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alkisgI'm writing a script which launches Xephyr, then waits half a second for it to initialize, and then runs `DISPLAY=:2 myapp` inside it. Is there any way to tell Xephyr to launch that instead, so that I don't have an arbitrary delay in my script?12:14
Arizona_bayhi12:15
Arizona_baycan people get on your computer through open ports?12:15
rymate1234it depends12:15
Ben64Arizona_bay: depends whats running on the port12:15
rymate1234what's running on that port12:15
Arizona_bayBen64 msn12:16
Ben64msn is probably safe12:16
rymate1234^12:16
Arizona_bayor skype12:16
rymate1234^12:16
Ben64things you should worry about are vnc, ssh, telnet12:17
bazhangrymate1234, what are you doing?12:17
Ben64anything that gives access to the system12:17
rymate1234Arizona_bay: are you asking for his msn/skype12:17
rymate1234?12:17
MonkeyDusti guess both skype and msn have this option to watch the other's screen12:17
Arizona_baymonkeydust what do you mean whatch the other screen"?12:18
Arizona_bayrymate1234 no im asking if those two are safe as port openers a long with chrome and mozilla12:18
MonkeyDustyes, in skype it's called "share your screen", but obviously you have to confirm12:18
PrinceySurp12:18
PrinceyI just moved from F16 to Ubuntu 11.1012:18
MonkeyDustor is that not what you mean?12:18
Princeyi feel like a traiter12:18
rymate1234ah12:18
Arizona_baythe thing is this dude also showed me his desktop through a web browser and i was able to take complete control of his desktop12:18
Princey: )12:18
Arizona_bayand then he said12:18
Arizona_bayi see your desktop as well12:18
Arizona_bay:/12:19
rymate1234Princey: welome to ubuntu!12:19
Princeylol thanks rymate123412:19
rymate1234*welcome12:19
AdminIkatiHello my name is Ikati N°1 player fm :)12:19
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Princeyi come here bearing problems :D12:19
rymate1234yay!"12:19
Arizona_bayanyone read above ?12:19
AdminIkatiikati.com :) 12 webradios live :p*12:19
oCeanAdminIkati: please stop that, not advertising here12:20
Princeywhen i do shift, control, alt and right  to move an application to another screen, it just instantly reverts back to screen 112:20
rymate1234hmmm12:20
rymate1234odd12:20
* rymate1234 will brb12:20
Princeyi wonder if its compiz getting in the way12:20
bazhang!away > rymate123412:20
ubotturymate1234, please see my private message12:20
oCeanrymate1234: please stop all offtopic comments, thanks12:20
Princeyis oCean a bot?12:21
Princey...12:21
auronandaceno12:21
Princeyhi oCean12:21
bazhangPrincey, thats ubottu12:21
Princeylol:D12:21
AdminIkatilol :)12:21
bazhangPrincey, try #compiz12:21
Princeyits own channel and everythin12:21
Princeythanks bazhang12:21
bazhangPrincey, yes, /join #compiz12:21
Princeyyes, thanks12:22
Arizona_bayArizona_bay> the thing is this dude also showed me his desktop through a web browser and i was able to take complete control of his desktop12:22
Arizona_bay<Arizona_bay> and then he said12:22
Arizona_bay<Arizona_bay> i see your desktop as well12:22
Arizona_bay<Arizona_bay> :/12:22
FloodBot1Arizona_bay: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.12:22
Arizona_bayoh12:22
Arizona_bayk12:22
tueyzahttps://launchpad.net/wicd/+download12:22
tueyzahow to install12:22
Princeyi love using Enter as punctuation12:22
bazhangtueyza, the ppa?12:22
tueyzasry my english12:23
bazhang!info wicd12:23
ubottuwicd (source: wicd): wired and wireless network manager - metapackage. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.7.0+ds1-6 (oneiric), package size 7 kB, installed size 56 kB12:23
bazhangtueyza, just install from the repos12:23
bc81Arizona_bay: he could have been lying to you.  did you ask him to prove it (i.e. describe your desktop?)12:23
bazhangsudo apt-get install wicd      tueyza12:23
tueyzaok thank you12:23
Arizona_baybc81 no i didnt.  honestly he sucks in programming, he just designs website, but he is a very low person so i wouldnt be surprised.12:24
Arizona_baybc81 sometimes though he acted as if he knew what i was typing on my msn12:24
Arizona_bayrather than what is going on my laptop12:24
Arizona_bayim not sure really12:24
Arizona_bayand he said that hacking on someones computer is super easy12:25
bc81Arizona_bay: (great name BTW) sounds like less of an ubuntu support issue, probably better suited for off-topic.12:25
oCeanArizona_bay: please try to aks/answer in single line, that much use of <enter> key is annoying12:25
oCean*ask even12:25
bazhangArizona_bay, /join #ubuntu-offtopic please12:25
Arizona_bayoCean / bazhang will do12:26
Arizona_baybc81 thanks for listening. i just figured you guys are the only programmers i know12:26
mikeconceptsI often have to kill thunderbird to get its global menu back12:28
GhrimI have a wacom bamboo tablet, and the pen, eraser, and buttons on the pen work. However, the buttons on the actual tablet either dont do anything or use the eraser, which isn't what I want. I want to set up two of them to be undo and redo. How do I do this?12:31
Dr_willisGhrim,  there may be forum threads. or askubuntu.com threads on tweaking those things. I see them asked about in here quite often12:31
nishttal2hello everyone12:33
nishttal2is anyone around?12:33
MonkeyDustno12:33
bazhangnishttal2, yes12:33
mikeconceptsgood morning nishttal212:33
rciovatihi guys i've just installed ubuntu 11.10. i have a little problem, i think related with mouse/touchpad. sometimes seems that it goes crazy and it change itself like seekbars or other window compones. any idea?12:33
nishttal2good morning guys.. its 7:30 am here on a saturday.. thats why asked..12:34
nishttal2i just installed 10.10 on my macbook pro.. everything looks great except for 2 very crippling issues12:34
nishttal21) there is no sound12:34
rciovati10.10?12:35
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nishttal22) bootup takes 10 minutes (literally).. most of the time 9mins it sits on a blank screen with just a blinking cursor at top left of the screen12:35
nishttal2can someone help ?12:35
MonkeyDust!10.1012:36
ubottuUbuntu 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/101012:36
oCean!rootirc | root12:36
ubotturoot: It's not technically our business, but we'd like to tell you that IRC'ing as root is a Very Bad Idea (tm). After all, doing anything as root when root is not needed is bad, and especially bad with software that connects to the Internet.12:36
Princeyhmm12:36
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Princeymy sound isnt working either :/12:36
Princeyit was working yesturday...what the hell12:36
bc81nishttal2: have you checked the integrity of the install image?12:36
Princey11.10 and ibm thinkpad x220t12:37
Princeyany ideas folks ? :(12:37
nishttal2bc81.. how do you mean?12:37
Guest74941 hey12:37
nishttal2i installed the 32-bit 10.10 download12:37
Guest74941saasa12:38
bc81nishttal2: when you download the image, you should check the integrity of the file (also if you burn it to a cd)12:38
nishttal2bc81.. install went fine from CD.. i have a working system except for those two issues12:39
nishttal2is there another forum for running ubuntu on mac?12:41
MonkeyDustnishttal2  this link may be useful https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOnMac12:42
bc81nishttal2: this might be a good starting point: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBook  also, you might need sound drivers12:42
nishttal2MonkeyDust, that link says that sound should work out of the box for macbook 4,1 and 10.10.. but it doesnt12:43
bc81nishttal2: then maybe reinstall (or check the integrity of installation disk)12:45
petrarchcawhat does ~ mean?12:46
nishttal2bc81, i have installed several times and different versions (10.10 32-bit/64-bit, 11.04 32/64 bit) sound is always an issue12:46
tueyzasetup.py  how to install12:46
nishttal2bc81.. how can i check system boot up log.. to see why bootup takes 10 mins12:46
tueyzawicd-1.7.1   > ls > s.pyetup12:47
tueyzasetup.py12:47
bc81nishttal2: have you looked at system>administration>additional drivers (for your sound issue)12:47
nishttal2bc81, 4 drivers popped up.. 2 nvidia and 2 wireless cards12:48
bc81nishttal2: system>administration>log file viewer..or when it's booting/hangs i believe you can press escape to see real-time messages12:48
nishttal2bc81, nothing for sounf12:48
bc81nishttal2: sound is working in live-cd environments or no?12:49
nishttal2bc81, i didnt check the livecd.. went straight to install12:49
nishttal2[    25.526] (II) No input driver/identifier specified (ignoring)12:50
nishttal2[   788.300] (WW) Apple, Inc. Apple Internal Keyboard / Trackpad: unable to handle keycode 46412:50
nishttal2[  2806.411] (II) config/udev: removing device bcm597412:50
nishttal2is the # in brackets a time stam?12:50
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bc81nishttal2: epochal-rooted seconds.  convert to real-time by removing the decimal point and running for e.g.  date -d "@2806411"12:58
zhaohuan12313:06
Rhys95Hey, guys - I need some help..13:08
petrarchawesome Rhys9513:08
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Rhys95stupidly, I changed "timeout" in grub to 0, so i don't get the boot screen - booted back into ubuntu from the CD, changed grub back, but i can't do a update-grub, since it's trying to update-grub from the CD? any tips?13:11
skinnux99what up dogs13:12
skinnux99im lookin' to install ubuntu on a sunfire x4100 with no cd or dvdrom13:12
skinnux99what are my options to do this?13:12
bazhang!unetbootin | skinnux9913:13
ubottuskinnux99: For information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent13:13
skinnux99im sorry i havent installed an OS an about 7 years13:13
aramishi13:13
aramiseverybody13:13
jwintermit's pretty easy, skinnux9913:13
skinnux99im not sure if this server can boot a usb device13:14
skinnux99can it network boot?13:14
aramismaybe not13:14
jwintermthere should be a key right after bios posts to select boot device13:14
jwintermf1113:14
jwintermprobably13:14
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jwintermput a usb drive in there and see if it is detected13:14
jwintermduring boot up13:15
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bfrianyone know of a scribus forum?13:31
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bazhang!alis | bfri13:31
ubottubfri: alis is a services bot that can help you find channels. Read "/msg alis help list" for help and ask any questions about it in #freenode. Example usage: /msg alis list #ubuntu* or /msg alis list *http*13:31
OerHeksbfri, #scribus13:31
bfribazhang, oerheks: thanks13:32
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BlinkingSatellitheh13:37
aramiswhi13:37
* aramisw hi13:38
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BlinkinSatellitehmm13:38
BlinkinSatellitehey13:38
aramisw第一次用这个13:38
aramisw试试命令13:38
FloodBot1aramisw: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.13:38
bazhang!cn | aramisw13:38
ubottuaramisw: 如欲獲得中文的協助,請輸入 /join #ubuntu-cn 或 /join #ubuntu-tw13:38
aramiswOMG13:39
bazhangaramisw, /join #ubuntu-cn13:39
addy20020hey all could any body tell me software of c compiler as like window having blue screen13:42
albechwhen trying to mount a samba server i get the following error: Unable to mount location - Failed to mount Windows share. I see nothing in the log files that indicate what could be wrong13:43
addy20020hey all could any body tell me software of c compiler as like window having blue screen13:43
bc81!details | albech13:44
ubottualbech: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."13:44
bazhangaddy20020, what does bluescreen have to do with it13:44
bazhangaddy20020, and how is this connected to ubuntu13:44
addy20020banhang: no my mean is to a saparete13:44
bazhangaddy20020, connection to ubuntu? any?13:45
addy20020software having same coding and same compile on same station13:45
albechRunnnig U11.10. I can browse the samba shares fine with smbstatus [server-ip], but when I try to mount the share i get the error13:46
addy20020bazhang: in ubuntu their is no graphic hadder file13:47
igeleihi13:47
bc81albech: what is the mount command you're using13:47
bazhangaddy20020, what s a graphic hadder file13:47
addy20020bazhang: do u know any software having specialy for ubuntu13:47
albechbc81, doing it from nautilus, which used to work fine13:47
bazhangaddy20020, to do what13:47
addy20020bazhang: graphic hadder is use for graphic13:48
albechbc81, guess i could try from command line and see if i get more error information13:48
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metasansanaaddy20020: I think you are asking for a C graphic library for ubuntu. Correct?13:48
bazhangheader?13:48
addy20020metasansa: is their is any software special for ubutu for running c++13:49
addy20020gazhang:#include<graphic.c>13:49
metasansanawell C++ is a language13:50
addy20020could any body tell me special software for c++ in ubuntu13:50
metasansanaif you mean a compiler there is gcc13:50
bazhangaddy20020, you wish to compile? install build-essential13:50
addy20020meatasansa:i mean just like c++ in window their is addtional software13:50
bc81maybe he means a IDE?13:50
metasansanaaddy20020: Are you talking about an IDE?13:51
ikoniaaddy20020: c++ is a programming langauge, not software13:51
addy20020bazgang:do u know abt special software13:51
ikoniaaddy20020: what do YOU want to do13:51
metasansanaaddy20020: install the build-essentials and try netbeans13:51
bouche_yI feel like I'm on drugs while reading addy2002013:51
bc81lol13:51
Danithnot cool13:51
bazhangmetasansana, minus the last 's'13:51
addy20020ikonia:i know but i wanna the special compiler for c++ in ubuntu13:51
nameless`hi13:51
metasansanabazhang: sorry13:51
bouche_yg++ ?13:51
ikoniaaddy20020: ok - there is no "special" compiler, but gcc is the normal one13:51
nameless`is there any place where i can put a script after the gnome-screensaver ?13:52
metasansanaaddy20020: you need to define special13:52
addy20020ikonia:thank i mean while working in c++ u have to write it on notepad and then compile in terminal13:53
addy20020metasansa:13:53
ikoniaaddy20020: correct13:53
nameless` /j #gnome13:53
nameless`oups13:53
addy20020ikonia:but when in window their is same plateform to write and compile13:53
metasansanawell that sounds like an IDE to me13:53
Danithyou want an IDE13:53
addy20020c language13:54
ikonia!ide | addy2002013:54
ubottuaddy20020: Programming editors/suites: Terminal-based: vi/vim, emacs - KDE: Kate, KDevelop, Quanta+, Umbrello - GNOME: gvim, gedit, anjuta, pida, monodevelop, geany - Others: eclipse, netbeans, qtcreator13:54
addy20020ikonia:what is ide13:54
bc81nameless`: you want to run a script when your screensaver stops?13:54
kaspihey guys13:54
addy20020ubottu what u mean please could u tell me more13:54
ubottuI am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)13:54
nameless`bc81: yes, because i've got a problem with my intel GMA 4500M card and  i have to run sudo setpci 00:02.0 F4.B=013:54
ikoniaaddy20020: those are the names of some IDE software tools, research them13:54
addy20020ubottu:please tell me what u wanna to say13:55
ubottuaddy20020: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)13:55
MonkeyDustaddy20020  please type 'you', not 'u'13:55
nameless`bc81: in order to switch on the screen13:55
metasansanaaddy20020: google IDE and come back13:55
bc81addy20020: trollin hard since [05:41:57]13:55
addy20020monkeydust:ok13:55
ikoniabc81: no need for that13:55
bc81nameless`: see this FAQ: http://live.gnome.org/GnomeScreensaver/FrequentlyAskedQuestions#Is_there_a_way_to_perform_actions_when_the_screensaver_activates_or_deactivates.3F_Or_when_the_session_becomes_idle.3F13:55
medflyhow do I close X properly?13:55
addy20020ikonia: could u tell me where can i get ide13:55
medflyso it doesn't re-open13:55
ikoniaaddy20020: from the ubuntu software manager tool - please research the names of software that ubottu gave you13:56
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addy20020ikonia:1 more thing i have to ask in ubuntu i don't abel to get synaptic manager and software manager tool could u please tell me how to get it13:57
bazhang!nox | medfly13:57
ubottumedfly: To start your system in text-only mode append 'text' (without the quotes) to the kernel line in the grub menu. You can access the grub menu by pressing Esc (Grub legacy) or Shift (Grub2) during boot. For more info see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions#Text%20Mode13:57
ikoniaaddy20020: software manager is already installed in ubuntu13:57
ikoniaaddy20020: https://help.ubuntu.com will teach you the basics of how to use ubuntu13:57
addy20020ikonia: how to get on work on it13:57
bazhangaddy20020, are you using ubuntu13:58
medflyok I seemed to manage to do it by killing gdm-binary and then X.13:58
addy20020ok:13:58
medflythanks bazhang13:58
irvkenhow do i identify my video card from a terminal13:58
* medfly has to minimize power consumption13:58
addy20020bazhang yes but i m not familier with it13:58
bazhangirvken, lspci13:58
irvkenbazhang, cheers13:58
vananhvpere13:58
vananhvphi there13:58
vananhvp??13:59
vananhvpco ai ko?13:59
bazhangvananhvp, #ubuntu-id13:59
kaspiI can't install Ubuntu. Always I boot the image and select the installation language, the screen freezes and I can't do anything. I downloaded the ISO several times, different versions, tried different media to boot from (even netboot). I'm stuck, any ideas?13:59
czxsoftware for LSD files in Ubuntu, is there is?13:59
bazhangkaspi, md5 the iso?13:59
kaspibazhang: checked14:00
bazhangkaspi, burned at low speed and did the disk integrity check?14:00
kaspibazhang: yep, I tried netboot too...14:00
bc81kaspi: what kind of hardware are you running it on14:00
bazhangkaspi, tried the ncurses based alternate installer?14:01
kaspibc81: a regular desktop computer, ubuntu was working on it before... what exactly do you mean?14:02
OerHeksczx what are .lsd files ?14:02
kaspibazhang: I'll try out14:02
Jazoi have an eggdrop bot and it works fine .it has seen script but when someone !seen test. it reply to channel i want bot do that to notice14:02
czxOerHeks, seriously? it's most common computer dictionaries format14:03
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OerHeksczx i don't know that filetype, what program uses that ?14:03
czxOerHeks, lingvo14:03
MonkeyDustit's for games, is what i read here14:04
nameless`how can i launch a script at startup which will be running for the whole session ?14:04
bazhangnameless`, put in startup applications ?14:05
nameless`which folder ?14:05
bc81nameless`: system>preferences>startup applications14:05
nameless`bc81: what is the real folder ?$14:05
OerHeksczx, maybe this page is any help, GoldenDict >>> http://texnical.wordpress.com/2011/06/02/lingvo-in-ubuntu/14:05
nameless`bc81: command line, i don't like these shortcut14:05
gekko1506hey guys, could someone help me with my webserver configuration ? My problem is about $_POST limit (1000 values).14:06
bc81nameless`: i think it's in ~/.config/autostart14:06
nameless`bc81: alright thanks a lot !14:06
nash_hey guys, i am writing a script but there's a line which does not work: GID=`getent group '$GROUP' | cut -d: -f3`     ............. can anyone help me please ? :(14:07
papaba3r.14:09
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gekko1506no apache specialists here ?14:09
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bc81nash_: no clue, but check here: http://www.unix.com/shell-programming-scripting/110197-list-all-users-unix-group-primary-secondary.html14:10
nash_ok thanks, i googled already a lot without any solution but i give it a try :)14:10
kaspibazhang: actually yeah, I tried even that14:11
bazhanggekko1506, tried #httpd ?14:11
kaspi(just realized)14:11
gekko1506yea it's empty14:11
danielhi14:11
danielhi, there14:12
bc81welcome, daniel14:12
bazhanggekko1506, 318 users, not empty14:12
skinnux99if i setup raid 1 on a linux server, is there a way to get alerts if a disk fails?14:12
danielhi bc8114:12
gekko1506httpd is empty14:12
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danielthere are so many users quitting14:13
danieli am new here14:13
gekko1506i seen httpd.conf only exist for apache 1 compatibility14:13
MonkeyDustskinnux99  https://www.linux.com/learn/docs/ldp/754-Software-RAID-HOWTO14:13
danieland i am glad to make friends14:13
FesterJesterHi all. VNC question here. How do I prevent the terminal window from closing?14:13
bc81!details | FesterJester14:14
ubottuFesterJester: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."14:14
melvincvdaniel, hang on then, but join #ubuntu-offtopic for general talk. This is the support channel.14:14
kaspiI can't install Ubuntu. Always I boot the image and select the installation language, the screen freezes and  I can't do anything. I downloaded the ISO several times, different versions, tried different media to boot  from (even netboot). I'm stuck, any ideas?14:15
FesterJesterI vnc to my ubuntu 10.04 machine and am presented with a terminal window. If I close that terminal by mistake I have to disconnect and reconnect to get it back. How can I make one reopen or keep one from closing?14:16
Muellikaspi: have you veryfied the integrety of the medium? If so, check with memcheck whether your memory is alright.14:16
gekko1506bazhang : i tried  change values in php.ini, httpd.conf, apache.conf, ... and even not find anything usefull on web. on web server it works, but localhost, since i re-installed ubuntu, it's limited to 1000 values14:16
bazhanggekko1506, the channel here on freenode #httpd is most assuredly not empty. I'm in there now. lets move it there14:17
gekko1506oh ok14:17
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kaspiMuelli: if I run memory test, it freezes the same way14:18
gekko1506cannot send to channel14:19
bazhang!register | gekko150614:19
ubottugekko1506: 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 #freenode14:19
nash_hmm bc81 it does not work :(14:19
bazhanggekko1506, /join #freenode for help with registering14:19
oldmanDoes Ubuntu work with class 10 sd cards. I believe there were some problems in the past.14:20
kaspiMuelli: is it possible the memory would be broken? would the computer be able to even boot with a broken memory?14:20
babiniczkaspi: try F6 "acpi=off"14:20
bazhangoldman, got a bug report?14:20
gekko1506should be ok soon14:20
nash_GID=`getent group '$GROUP' | cut -d: -f3`     what is wrong ?14:21
meethey should i install all the recommended updates14:21
bazhangmeet, yes14:21
FesterJesterI vnc to ubuntu 10.04 machine and presented with a terminal window. If I close that terminal by mistake I have to disconnect and reconnect to get it back. How can I make one reopen it or keep one from closing?14:21
meetbazhang, the last time i installed them they deleted my wifi card drivers14:22
meetthat was in mint to  be precise but ubuntu base nevertheless14:22
bazhangmeet, thats a mint issue, nada to do with ubuntu14:22
bc81nash_: can you post a like to the entire script?  you might also try asking in the forums14:23
meetok. also i deselect firefox updates everytime but while downloading it downloads them..what could be he problem?14:23
bazhangmeet, you want to pin a certain version of firefox?14:24
bazhang!pinning | meet14:24
yamamahello14:24
ubottumeet: pinning is an advanced feature that APT can use to prefer particular packages over others. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PinningHowto14:24
kaspibabinicz: same :/14:24
babiniczkaspi:nomodeset?14:25
yamamai get disconnections with hostapd unless i continuously ping the clients on the network. anyone has seen that before ?14:25
gekko1506g2g, bazhang, but do it later today. Thx for interest ;)14:25
meetwill check out ubottu14:25
biosystemaltered=_=14:26
meetcommon man the ubuntu help documentation on the site is too old why don't they upgrade it?  i am using oneric and they have given instructions for hardy or something what the14:29
biosystemalteredteste...14:30
kaspibabinicz: again... everytime I simply load the linux image, it's frozen... there's just shown a menu and I can't select with the keyboard14:30
Muellikaspi: well. if the memtest fails, your memory is broken.14:31
MuelliI'd say.14:31
kaspiokay, thanks14:31
Muellicould be smth else, but it's a hardware condition.14:31
rumbaHi! So this afternoon when I booted up my computer, it detected only one CPU core. I have a dual core and yesterday it detected both cores properly. Now I can only see one core in /proc/cpuinfo (running Kubuntu 11.10). Any ideas what might have happened?14:31
Muellikaspi: you could try to instruct linux to not load the broken area, it's called "badmem" IIRC. Google might know.14:32
biosystemalteredteste14:32
biosystemalteredteste14:32
biosystemaltered=/14:32
OerHeks!test | biosystemaltered14:32
ubottubiosystemaltered: Testing... Testing... 1. 2.. 3... ( by the way, remember that you can use #test )14:32
bazhangbiosystemaltered, ubuntu support question?14:32
Muellirumba: pastebin us your /proc/cpuinfo14:32
skinnux99i think i will install ubuntu on a sun x4100 which has the LSISAS1064 hardware raid controller, is there a standard way to check a disk's status when using hardware raid?14:33
biosystemaltered...14:33
bazhangbiosystemaltered, this is support only, please stop that14:33
FesterJestersetting up vnc4server on ubuntu 10.04. When connecting I only get a grey screen with a mouse pointer and not a desktop. Please help.14:34
rumbaMuelli: Here it is: http://paste.ubuntu.com/847292/14:34
FesterJestersetting up vnc4server on ubuntu 10.04. When connecting I only get a grey screen with a mouse pointer and not a desktop. Please help.14:37
onur_hey, anyone knows about ftp server?14:38
OerHeksrumba, it shows core id : 0 cpu cores : 1 , so something is wrong in your bios, or broken.14:38
FesterJesteronur_: what is problem?14:38
onur_i installed vsftpd14:38
onur_now i want the other people connect it14:39
rumbaWell, I'm going to see if I can find something there, then.14:39
rumbabbl14:39
onur_i don't have any static IP. is that possible for them to connect my server?14:39
FesterJesteronur_: You will have to give them you ip address everytime you want them to connect14:40
FesterJesteronur_: or use a DDNS14:40
hartleymost routers have ddns support.14:40
onur_i controlled my ifconfig. there's many ip addresses. should i use Broadcast address?14:40
mongy!sftp | onur_14:40
ubottuonur_: SSH is the Secure SHell protocol, see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH for client usage. PuTTY is an SSH client for Windows; see: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ for it's homepage. See also !scp (Secure CoPy) and !sshd (Secure SHell Daemon)14:40
onur_sorry for my knowlegde btw:)14:40
hartleyddns is what i always used back when i didnt have a static ip through my old old old provider.14:41
onur_ddns. thanks a lot. i'll try it14:41
FesterJesteronur_: hartley is going in the right direction. Thanks hartley14:41
biosystemalteredquit14:42
onur_Thanks all of you guys.14:42
FesterJesteronur_; np, gl. Come back again14:43
onur_sure14:43
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hartleyyep. the belkin, linksys, netgear, pretty much all of the personal home use routers have support for ddns.org support.14:43
FesterJestersetting up vnc4server on ubuntu 10.04. When connecting I only get a grey screen with a mouse pointer and not a desktop. Please help.14:45
rymate1234FesterJester: looks like there is no desktop running on the vnc server14:46
nameless`hey guyzzz14:46
xgt001hi, i am using mplayer-vaapi from splitted desktop, but i can not get the video output, please help i have xvba-video and libva installed14:46
xgt001nameless`, hello14:46
FesterJesterrymate1234: yes, but why is it not?14:47
nameless`i've put a script in /etc/rc.local, basically a nohup script_somewhere & but it failed to run at startup, however if i manually execut "/etc/rc.local" it runs well..14:47
nameless`i don't get why it fails14:47
FesterJesterrymate1234: when it should be14:47
rymate1234FesterJester: because its not set to start a desktop environment14:47
nameless`the script needs dbus-manager14:47
gilles_why is my notebook acer 5551, sluggy/laggy with ubuntu11.10.. with open source or propriatary drivers.. plenty of laptop power ..not the issue14:48
nameless`dbus-monitor*14:48
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FesterJesterrymate1234: Sorry, forgot to say I modified the xstartup config and it is supposed to now14:48
rymate1234ok14:49
MonkeyDustgilles_  start from the beginning, was it fast before, when did it become slow, what have you done and tried before you came here14:49
Wabsthat not good.  Just had something called a kernal panic14:49
rymate1234your correct14:49
rymate1234thats not good14:49
FesterJester_rymate1234: yes, any ideas?14:50
gilles_not much .. installed all updates.. after that, seems really slow . im on unity14:50
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bc81FesterJester: i used to have this same problem and i made a note for future reference..my note is here, take it or leave it :) http://pastebin.com/PRCJ9ycH14:50
gilles_tried open source  ati drivers, if i get propriatary, seems a little faster, but really laggy hd movies14:50
gilles_but os slow also14:50
FesterJesterbc81: I will take it. Let you know in a bit if it works.14:51
bc81ok14:51
nameless`i need to run a script after the gnome-session boot up14:51
nameless`but i don't find the place where i should put my script14:52
Abhijitnameless`, give the script location in startup aps14:52
Abhijit!startup | nameless`14:52
ubottunameless`: To add programs to start up when you log into your Gnome session go to System>Preferences>Sessions and use the Startup Programs tab. For more information, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AddingProgramToSessionStartup - See !boot for starting non-interactive programs at boot14:52
nameless`Abhijit: i would rather prefer to understand how it is done manually14:52
bazhangnameless`, read that link?14:53
himsinMy system is running painfully slow. How do I know which application is behind this????14:53
bazhanghimsin, try top in terminal14:53
Abhijitnameless`, you may want to know about rc.conf and initab14:53
MonkeyDusthimsin  htop ?14:53
himsinI use Ubuntu 10.1014:53
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92AAACQJ5erm14:53
92AAACQJ5How do I put music onto my blackberry while using linux ?14:54
bazhang92AAACQJ5, which version of ubuntu14:54
FesterJesterbc81: alright, I get most of a desktop, but now I get an error message 'Could not acquire name on session bus. Off to google I go.14:54
bazhang!upstart | Abhijit you mean this?14:54
ubottuAbhijit you mean this?: Upstart is meant to replace the old Sys V Init system with an event-driven init model.  For more information please see: http://upstart.ubuntu.com/14:54
92AAACQJ5bazhang, 11.10 :p14:54
Abhijitbazhang, oh yes14:54
bazhang92AAACQJ5, what have you tried? banshee? something else?14:55
92AAACQJ5bazhang, erm....I went to my files and tried to drag and drop it ?14:56
WabsWould low system resources cause a kernal panic?14:56
bc81FesterJester: http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=9324498&postcount=214:56
MonkeyDust92AAACQJ5  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Blackberry%20Sync%20with%20Ubuntu14:56
bazhang92AAACQJ5, so not through a music player like banshee?14:56
92AAACQJ5bazhang, nope14:57
bc81FesterJester: full thread (with another possible fix) http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=148009414:57
xgt001anyone?14:57
bc81!anyone14:58
ubottuA 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.14:58
xgt001i am not able to get mplayer-vaapi working15:00
onur_@FesterJester15:01
onur_You there?15:01
xgt001in the sense , i dont get any video output despite building mplayer-vaapi from splitted-desktop15:01
bazhangxgt001, what is mplayer-vaapi15:01
FesterJesteronur_: Yes, whats up?15:01
gilles_ why is my notebook acer 5551, sluggy/laggy with ubuntu11.10.. with open source or propriatary drivers.. plenty of laptop power ..not the issue, i install |OS, install updates then really slow, if i installed vid card driver, propriatary, seems a little faster, but choppy movies, ingeneral OS really slow right from the beginning, i had no issues with 10,10, but recently installed 10,10 also and was really s15:02
gilles_low after enabling tear free from ati, never had the issue b415:02
onur_I installed ddclient. And configures it as written in documents. Now i can reach writing users.dyndns.org15:02
onur_But the question is how can i connect localhost and ftp server?15:02
onur_I have ftp server, ddclient. what's next to do ?15:03
xgt001bazhang, it is a custom build of mplayer to get hardware acclerated video working on amd card based systems,15:03
bazhangxgt001, installed from where?15:03
GhrimHey, i'm following this: http://blog.cretin.net/blog/2011/10/18/building-xfwm4-tiling-ubuntu/ but it says it cant find the file to patch when i do the 5th command. Help?15:03
xgt001bazhang, not installed its built from the splitted-desktop website source,15:04
willdogbonjour15:04
bazhang!fr | wildc4rd15:04
ubottuwildc4rd: 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.15:04
bazhangwhoops sorry wildc4rd15:04
bazhangwilldog #ubuntu-fr for French please15:04
FesterJesteronur_: Have you done a little reading on ddns? It allows people outside you internet connection to connect to you without having to get you new address every time15:04
FesterJesteronur_:15:05
FesterJesteronur_: even with ddclient running you can still connect to your ftp server like you did before.15:05
EmilHello. Does anybody know how "to configure something into the kernel (or as a module)"? I'm going to install OProfile.15:05
bazhangEmil, via dkms ?15:06
bazhang!dkms | Emil you mean this ?15:06
ubottuEmil you mean this ?: DKMS is Dynamic Kernel Module Support. See https://launchpad.net/dkms for more.15:06
Emilah. okay. thanks :)15:07
onur_i've just read a little. think gotta read more:) i can reach with ddclient to my server (i mean www folder). But in this www folder there's only an html file. How can i put there my ftp server? Then i can reach by writing xxx.dyndns.org/ftp15:07
onur_btw how can i directly message to you?15:07
onur_!FesterJester or sth?15:07
ubottuonur_: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)15:07
gmorekdoes anyone know a program that creates nice syntax diagrams?15:07
Lantizia(asked in #hardware too but i'll be running ubuntu on it so...)     Can anyone recommend an x86 / x86_64 based tablet (no keyb required) that is solid state (inc. no fan) - it doesn;t need to be mega powerful its just for viewing pdfs15:07
skylord5816Does wubi disable hibernation for the host operating system or for Ubuntu?15:07
Emilcan anybody give me some hints to get started?15:07
skylord5816onur_: you can /msg name message15:08
bazhangLantizia, perhaps the spark15:08
Lantiziabazhang, which manufacturer is that?15:09
Bubohello. I have ubuntu 11.10 installed, how can i install windows 7 and make it dual-boot?15:09
Buboi dont want to mess up grub15:09
bazhangLantizia, lets take this to #ubuntu-offtopic please15:09
Lantiziai heard canonical are coming out with a ubuntu tablet soon but its got fans15:09
adadeiaiutrixWho boots who? And locked out HD except through XP. Would prefer include ubuntu on windows os boot screen but considering set up, may not work: /dev/sda is XP with several partitions, last is free for whatever, this is IDE drive. Ubuntu LTSP 10.04 on /dev/sdc all for this OS and a SATA drive. /dev/sdb is the big drive that I would like to use for multi OS file storage, this is SATA as well, but can only access through Win15:10
adadeiaiutrix XP. Even root user in Ubuntu can't access this drive. Very strange...15:10
Lantiziabazhang, why? its on topic since I need ubuntu/linux friendly hardware15:10
AbhijitBubo, after install w7 in the blank space you need to boot into live cd and from there you need to reinstall the grub15:10
AbhijitBubo, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows15:10
bazhangLantizia, as this is ubuntu tech support? for already installed systems. you can check the hcl if you wish15:11
bazhang!hcl | Lantizia15:11
ubottuLantizia: For lists of supported hardware on Ubuntu see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport - To help debugging and improving hardware detection, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingHardwareDetection15:11
Bubothanks Abhijit15:12
legend?15:12
legendhello15:13
legendi have question for you15:13
hydesteri think i broke crypttab.  i cleaned it up using tabs instead of spaces, at least that is all i think i did.  now on boot it never prompts for password and update-initramfs doesn't seem to make my changes seen on boot.  any suggestions on how fix this?  the closest i thought i got was dpkg-reconfigure cryptsetup since it'll look at crypttab, but just initramfs prompt on boot after logo screen hangs a bit15:13
bazhanglegend, then ask the channel15:14
spaceturtleHello, can someone please tell me how to remap my keys in ubuntu server. I have no X11.15:14
skylord5816Sorry for the disconnect15:14
gilles_ why is my notebook acer 5551, sluggy/laggy with ubuntu11.10.. with open source or propriatary drivers.. plenty of laptop power ..not the issue, i install |OS, install updates then really slow, if i installed vid card driver, propriatary, seems a little faster, but choppy movies, ingeneral OS really slow right from the beginning15:15
Lantiziabazhang, Spark is ARM, said I wanted x86 / 86_6415:15
bazhangLantizia, then check the hcl link I gave you15:15
EmilI'm reading a guide for installing something on Ubuntu. It tells me to linux-kernel-devel, but it can't find the package. What am I missing? :>15:16
Emilsudo apt get kern...15:16
Emilapt get install i mean :)15:16
Emilanyhow, it can't find it :P15:17
bazhangEmil, with tab c omplete?15:17
bazhangEmil, or apt-cache search term   for it15:17
Emilthat prints nothing15:18
EmilE: Unable to locate package linux-kernel-devel15:19
bazhangEmil, what guide, link please15:20
Emilhttp://lovebug356.blogspot.com/2008/06/oprofile-setup-on-ubuntu.html15:20
bazhangEmil, thats from 4 years ago, you realize15:20
willdog802.11g WPN511 (rev. 1) man:168c dev:0013 Cardbus Atheros ath5kvert Driver included in the mainline kernel since 2.6.25.15:20
Shedevilhow much difference is there between running 1 4gb ram stick and 2x2gb in dual channel15:20
BlouBlouShedevil: if you have 2 and one breaks, you'll still have the other one15:21
aguitelhow remove games ?15:21
bazhangaguitel, how ere they installed15:21
BlouBlouShedevil: There's no real difference in perfomance :)15:21
czxaguitel, sudo apt-get purge gnome-games-common15:21
FesterJesteraguitel: in ubuntu 10.04 it is 'sudo apt-get remove gnome-games-common'15:22
Shedevilbut what is the performance difference15:22
bazhang!info oprofile | Emil15:22
ubottuEmil: oprofile (source: oprofile): system-wide profiler for Linux systems. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.6-1.3ubuntu1 (oneiric), package size 3429 kB, installed size 9624 kB (Only available for i386 ia64 alpha hppa powerpc sparc amd64 arm armel mips mipsel s390 ppc64)15:22
Shedevilhow much do you gain by having dual channel15:22
BlouBlouShedevil: I have 4 channels, and works fine.15:22
Shedevilyou have quad-channel ram?15:22
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BlouBlouShedevil: Yes.15:22
aguitelthanks15:22
beastyhmm hi all15:23
beastysmall question15:23
beastyi have 16gb of ram in my system15:23
beastybut for some reason ubuntu shows only 3.515:23
Kaizer@ Shedevil. With a single 4gig stick it next upgrade could be 815:23
BlouBloubeasty: Yes, install Ubuntu-6415:23
bazhangbeasty, 64bit system installed?15:23
Shedevilyou need 64 bit15:23
beastyBlouBlou: no this is a 32 bit system15:24
beastyok15:24
LjLbeasty: a 32-bit system with 16GB of RAM?15:24
beastyyes15:24
LjLbeasty: that seems unlikely.15:24
BlouBloubeasty: It won't detect 16 then, you need the 64-bits edition15:24
bazhanginstall the pae kernel then beasty15:24
beastybazhang: ?15:24
BlouBlou!pae | beasty15:25
ubottubeasty: To use more than ~3.2GB RAM on a 32bit system you can install the PAE-enabled kernel. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EnablingPAE for more info15:25
bazhangLjL, it only shows 3.515:25
LjLbazhang: right, but when instructed to install 64-bit Ubuntu, he said it's a 32-bit system. i have my doubt a pure 32-bit system would have 16GB of RAM.15:25
Jacruthhi there, how could I know If I can use special setting on my video card, for example ARB_SYNC?15:25
Shedevilwhy is he using 32-bit OS though, downloaded the wrong .iso by accident or has a 32 bit proc?15:25
lukasz_jest ktos z pl?15:25
LjL!pl | lukasz_15:26
ubottulukasz_: Na tym kanale używamy tylko języka angielskiego. Możesz uzyskać pomoc w języku polskim na #ubuntu-pl.15:26
Shedevilwhat is his processor15:26
bazhanglukasz_, english here please Polish in #ubuntu-pl15:26
czxif ha has a mb for 16gb, he definitely has 64-bit processor15:27
gryxon./join #ubuntu-pl15:27
Shedevilhe probably downloaded the 32-bit .iso by accident if he doesn't know enough to know why OS doesn't see more than 3.6gb15:27
GhrimPlease can someone help me do this? http://blog.cretin.net/blog/2011/10/18/building-xfwm4-tiling-ubuntu/ :(15:27
beastyhmm15:27
beastywhat should you recommend that i do15:27
beastyinstall the 64bit system or the PAE kernel ?15:27
BlouBloubeasty: I recommend you going to ubuntu.com website and downloading the 64-bits edition15:27
Shedevildownload the 64-bit .iso15:27
FesterJesterbc81: If you are interested, I had to add your fix and 'unset DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS' to my vnc xstartup file to get a deaktop15:27
bazhangbeasty, your choice. one means total reinstall15:28
gilles_http://tippy.org/2012/ubuntu-unity-11-10-windows-slow-and-laggy-with-ati-and-nvidia-gpus/15:28
beastywould that make impact on my c and java development ?15:28
bazhangno15:28
beastyok15:28
beastybazhang: it's not a stress the reinstall ... it's a new computer from yesterday15:28
gilles_ why is my notebook acer 5551, sluggy/laggy with ubuntu11.10.. with open source or propriatary drivers.. plenty of laptop power ..not the issue, i install |OS, install updates then really slow, if i installed vid card driver, propriatary, seems a little faster, but choppy movies, ingeneral OS really slow right from the beginnin15:29
bazhangbeasty, good, install the 64 then15:29
beasty64-bit PC (AMD64) alternate install CD15:29
beastythis then ?15:29
bazhangyep15:29
beastyok downloading :)15:29
bazhangthere are torrents as well beasty15:29
JacruthIS there any way to know if my card supports ARB_SYNC?15:29
skylord5816When installing Ubuntu via Wubi, will Wubi disable hibernation for the Windows OS or the Ubuntu OS, or both?15:29
bazhangJacruth, what is that15:29
beastybazhang: i know ... but i'm getting full speed from a local mirror (12.3MB/s) :)15:30
Jacruthbazhang, iis a technology that synchronizes data between the graphics card's processor, the GPU and the computer's main processor, the CPU15:30
JacruthRead more: How to Tell if My Graphics Card Is ARB_SYNC Enabled | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_8472035_tell-graphics-card-arbsync-enabled.html#ixzz1mkQSTOU915:30
bc81FesterJester: yea, i saw that thread http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1480094  glad you got it working :)15:30
Jacruthsorry about the Read more, it was autocpied15:30
dusf!bluetooth15:31
ubottuFor instructions on how to set up bluetooth, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BluetoothSetup15:31
dusffucking ubuntu, breaks sound and bluetooth every upgrade. l2 stop upgrading every 6 months when you are not ready and releasing crap.15:31
FesterJesterbc81: Thaks much for the help. Been working on it almost a week now.15:31
oCeandusf: control your language here, please15:31
beastyhaha15:32
beastyi bet he's pissed about bluetooth support :p15:32
oCeanbeasty: let's move on15:32
beastyofc :)15:32
bc81FesterJester: yea, that's about how long it took me when i had the problem (on xubuntu karmic) some time back.  good idea to save these little tidbits for future use, my 'obscure linux knowledge' file is about 400 lines deep :)15:33
bazhangJacruth, perhaps sudo lshw ? not sure exactly how you would check that15:34
Shedevildoes anyone here use synergy to use mouse and keyboard across multiple computers at the same time15:35
Nullifi3dShedevil: i used to15:35
Jacruthbazhang, perhaps if there is any way to check th video card configuration...15:35
FesterJesterbc81:  :)  I am working on creating a headless ubuntu10.04 setup with ssh, vnc, and serial port login. Then I am going to try to convert it to a live cd. Serial login and SSH successful, VNC is almost done, and liveCD is to come.15:36
Shedevilwell I've been reading about how to get the sound from the client comps onto the host comp over LAN as well15:36
Nullifi3dnever experimented with that :P15:36
Shedeviland I think pulseaudio will do that15:36
Shedevilbut I want the host machine to be windows15:36
Nullifi3dwhy not just use a 3.5mm cable?15:37
Nullifi3dspeaker out > line in15:37
Shedevilthat would work if I only had one client comp... but I have 315:37
Nullifi3dah15:37
Shedevilor could I daisy chain them....?15:37
Nullifi3dyeah i tihnk you could15:37
Nullifi3djust make sure all your levels are the same going across15:38
Shedevilso line out from the 2nd PC would be carrying 1st and 2nd PC audio to line in on 3rd host PC?15:38
bc81FesterJester: nice!  you'll be done in time for the next LTS (very soon i think april 2012?)  good luck15:38
Nullifi3dyes15:38
Nullifi3dafaik that should work15:38
Shedevilok that may work for stero, but what about 7.1 surround15:39
Nullifi3dlol no it wont15:39
FesterJesterbc81: Lol, yeah. Then I might have to redo it with that LTS. If it doesn't have the goofy Ubuquity desktop. I dislike it.15:39
Shedevilthere is a program called airfoil that sounds like what I'm looking for, but it's $2515:40
Nullifi3dare you a programmer at all?15:40
cola_ftw_java ftw15:40
Shedevilwho?15:40
Nullifi3dyou, Shedevil15:40
Nullifi3djava is merely *ok*15:40
Shedevilno lol I'm just a gamer15:40
cola_ftw_ya im eventually gonna take on the big bad c15:41
Nullifi3dShedevil: was gonna say that itd be relatively simple to transmit all audio over tcp to a host15:41
airtonixyou know what's awesome about gnome-desktop... 1. insert second monitor 2. do security sensitive work on screen two with visually comprimising pictures and words... 3. lock screen to prevent co-workers vising the stuff... 4. FREAK out as you realise it only blanks out the primary screen....15:41
cola_ftw_whats not good about ubuntu and second monitor is 1. install fglrx and magically your second monitor wont work15:42
airtonixcola_ftw_: oh i didn't make the mistake of purchasing amd (insert anything(15:42
cola_ftw_airtonix: lol15:42
cola_ftw_tooo many people leaving and joining15:43
gilles_why is my notebook acer 5551, sluggy/laggy with ubuntu11.10.. with open source or propriatary drivers.. plenty of laptop power ..not the issue, i install |OS, install updates then really slow, if i installed vid card driver, propriatary, seems a little faster, but choppy movies15:43
hydestermy problem is this: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=782495   any fixes?15:43
cola_ftw_i needed the propriatary drivers because the open source ones cant handle minecraft on my shitty laptop15:44
randomnewbIs there a way to extract zips with non-latin characters without going into Windows and using AppLocale?15:45
ShedevilI could use pulseaudio if I were to use ubuntu as a host15:46
gilles_why is my notebook acer 5551, sluggy/laggy with ubuntu11.10.. with open source or propriatary drivers.. plenty of laptop power ..not the issue, i install |OS, install updates then really slow, if i installed vid card driver, propriatary, seems a little faster, but choppy movies15:46
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Shedevilbut my only machine with 7.1 output is a windows machine15:46
czxrandomnewb see if -I option is supported15:46
spacebug-are there any good system monitors where I can see I/O and all other stuff? I'm running a virtualbox and firefox and it gets slow from tim to time and then it like releases. I have 8 GB ram and SSD disk as system disk and fast CPU and GPU should be ok.15:46
Shedevilhmm, I guess I could runn a virtual machine on it just for pulseaduio15:46
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SmashingXhey guys I was wondeirng where is the directory of all the programs that I have installed15:47
czxthere was a patch for that but it was axed by russophobics15:47
randomnewb-I for unzip?15:47
SmashingXI just installed a new version of a program that is on the list of programs, but I need to change the path of the executable file, any ideas?15:47
airtonixcola_ftw_: maybe you should turn off part/join/quit messages then.15:47
czxrandomnewb yes15:48
CyborgSmurfI have a trouble booting up my computer with cd, help pls!15:48
randomnewbI don't see it.15:48
czx-I CP1250 for example15:48
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randomnewbCyborgSmurf:  What happens when you boot?15:49
bc81CyborgSmurf: see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootFromCD15:49
SmashingXI just installed a new version of a program that is on the list of programs, but I need to change the path of the executable file, any ideas?15:49
airtonixgilles_: just a guess : ati video card is less than exceptional on linux... nVidia is king... also your laptop may not the highest specs.. ( is this it : http://support.acer.com/acerpanam/notebook/2010/Acer/Aspire/Aspire5551/Aspire5551sp2.shtml )  ?15:50
skylord5816When installing Ubuntu via Wubi, will Wubi disable hibernation for the Windows OS or the Ubuntu OS, or both?15:50
CyborgSmurfrandomnewb: it takes me into windows xp loading screen and then it kind of loops the loading bar. I have to add that before this, I tried ubuntu install wich crashed(weird as it is)15:50
SmashingXI just installed a new version of a program that is on the list of programs, so I need to change the path of the program on the list of programs, any ideas?15:50
airtonixskylord5816: most likely for ubuntu since you may or may not get the change to create a swap partition (which is essential for hibernation on linux)15:50
airtonixchance*15:51
bc81!repeat | SmashingX15:51
ubottuSmashingX: 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/15:51
skylord5816airtonix: thank you :)15:51
skylord5816that's not so bad, then15:51
gilles_Yes that is my laptop .. its def enough to run 11.1015:51
SmashingXcome on I think that's pretty easy to do15:51
airtonixSmashingX: programs are not installed into one directory like they are in MacOSx or Windows... however, you can see installed software ( and there locations with the dpkg command)15:51
grindelhi everyone, I'm having trouble getting a wireless usb dongle to work: the dongle is W311M from Tenda, the OS is EMC2 (which I think is Ubuntu 10.04 based) I have tried the instructions from https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Device/Tenda_W311M no joy though15:51
bc81SmashingX: you mean, you want to update the menu item to point to the new versions' executable file?15:52
SmashingXbc81: yeah if that is possible15:52
airtonixgilles_: you may think so, but my laptop has a quad core i7 and 12gb of ddr3 ram and the latest nvidia card... it still slows down when i have 50 programs open15:52
grindelmodprobe says unknown symbol in module15:52
Shedevilare line in and mic sperate channels or the same15:52
SmashingXbc81: or if it's not possible I would like to just change the path of the program that is in the list of programs15:53
gilles_wow .. i have no programs open and its slow .. 10.10 is extremly fast15:53
airtonixgilles_: i would first try 2d mode in either unity or gnome-shell, then try xfce15:53
randomnewbCyborgSmurf: Can you boot into windows safe mode?15:53
bc81SmashingX: well, my setup is probably very different from yours but i can right-click my main menu and choose "Edit Menus"  from there, i can update the path15:53
SmashingXgilles_: I thought the same thing but after some time of using it, Ubuntu also gets slow just like Windows over time15:53
grindelI tried the last thing, and then the first...so there may be a conflict I don't understand how to clean up15:54
beastyhmm nice15:54
SmashingXbc81: I have gnome3 installed on my system so I can't do that15:54
CyborgSmurfrandomnewb: no, none of those works15:54
beastyreinstalled ubuntu in 15 minutes15:54
grindel(off the link I gave earlier15:54
SmashingXbc81: or is there any option where I can see Edit Menus?15:54
airtonixbc81: you can still run alacarte15:54
gilles_ok then // ill have to try another distro15:54
gilles_pclinuxos or something lol15:55
airtonixbc81: i mean SmashingX: , you can still run alacarte15:55
gilles_2d mode ? how do i enable that ?15:55
SmashingXwhat's that?15:55
airtonixgilles_: well that's a fairly drastic reaction, did you try gnome-shell or xfce ?15:55
CyborgSmurfrandomnewb: thing is that I have tried two different hdd and they had some other pool problems which took it to another level. This one just dosent want to boot even after conf in BIOS.15:55
SmashingXor how can i run that?15:55
bc81SmashingX: yes alt+f2 and type alacarte15:56
gilles_xfce gives me sound issues15:56
airtonixSmashingX: try it.. press the meta key (windows key) and type either of "alacarte" or "menu"15:56
ubuntuUbiquity and Gparted dont detect partitions on my /dev/sdb, but Window/Nautilus does. Any idea why?15:56
airtonixSmashingX: typing "men" for me brings up "Main Menu" in the applications results15:56
SmashingXnothing15:57
gilles_how to go to 2d unity and or gnome shell?15:57
SmashingXit says Command not found15:57
airtonixSmashingX: did you do it in the gnome-shell overview? press the windows key or move the mouse to the top left corner15:58
bc81SmashingX: try gmenu-simple-editor.   also, see this thread - it may be relevant: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=93354115:58
airtonixbc81: gmenu isn't installed by default.15:59
SmashingXairtonix:  I did alt-F215:59
monohedroncan i access a device listed in the /dev folder from a remote machine ?16:00
CyborgSmurfI have a trouble booting up my computer with cd, help pls!16:00
cheater_hi16:00
bc81!details | CyborgSmurf16:01
ubottuCyborgSmurf: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."16:01
cheater_how can i upgrade my 11.04 to 12.04 via the package manager?16:01
monohedroncheater_, try the update manager instead16:02
cheater_how do i do this with the update manager?16:02
cheater_the update notification does not show up because 12.04 is not released yet16:02
airtonixcheater_: you don't.16:02
monohedrondoh yes sorry16:02
cheater_what then?16:02
airtonixcheater_: you move to 11.10 then to 12.0416:03
zykotick9cheater_: why do you want the beta version?16:03
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airtonixcheater_: in the past direct upgrades to lts was only possible from other lts versions... all other versions you have to jump the point releases16:03
cheater_i want to see if it'll work stable with a new wifi interface i have16:03
InstaGib111salut a tous16:03
InstaGib111je suis français16:04
InstaGib111french16:04
cheater_airtonix: interesting i didn't know that16:04
zykotick9airtonix: i don't think that correct16:04
InstaGib111#unbuntu-fr16:05
monohedroncheater there is a live version16:05
zykotick9airtonix: it's LTS that will only update to LTS by default, but if you're following the regular upgrade path, everyone gets the LTS version until the next regular release16:05
cheater_i don't want live i want to run it off hdd16:05
InstaGib111irc fr?16:05
monohedroni did the same and besides some mouse trouble it worked great16:05
zykotick9!fr | InstaGib11116:05
ubottuInstaGib111: 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.16:05
airtonixzykotick9: that's what i said.16:05
SerythWhat's the best song to record sound with?16:05
airtonixSeryth: one that plays?16:06
ubuntuGparted/UbiquityInstaller dont detect my /dev/sdb partitions but Windows/Nautilus does. Any idea why? I'm in deep trouble now. Please help.16:06
Serythairtonix: I want to record my voice, play it back instantly, yes16:06
Nullifi3dSeryth: Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up16:06
SerythNullifi3d: :P16:06
Serythcrap16:06
SerythI just realised what I wrote16:06
zykotick9airtonix: sorry, the "upgrade to lts..." confused me16:06
SerythNullifi3d, airtonix: I want a program to record from my mic*16:07
zykotick9Seryth: audacity is pretty good16:07
Nullifi3dhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/AudioCapture16:07
Nullifi3dSeryth16:07
Serythzykotick9: Ah yeah, audacity isn't bad. Forgot about taht one, ty :P16:07
SerythNullifi3d: thanks :)16:07
monohedronHow can I access a device listed in the /dev folder from a remote machine ? If that question should go somewhere else please let me know what channel.16:08
zykotick9monohedron: ssh into the remote box then "ls /dev"16:08
airtonixmonohedron: there are also other ways, but you were pretty vague on the requirements...16:09
SmashingXHow can I update the programs that I have installed?16:09
ubuntumonohedron: you can access everything via ssh.16:09
airtonixSmashingX: via the ubuntu software center? or the command line?16:09
zykotick9SmashingX: "sudo apt-get update" followed by "sudo apt-get upgrade" is the command line version16:09
monohedronwell ok i know but how to lets say mount /dev/sdd216:10
SmashingXcool thans16:10
monohedronas an example16:10
SmashingXthanks16:10
monohedroni would like to have the foreign device as if it was on the local macine16:10
zykotick9monohedron: that won't work16:10
SmashingXzykotick9:if I do sudo apt-get upgrade atferwards it will know automatically what programs need to be updated?16:10
airtonixmonohedron: yes but do you simply want to look at nautilus on remote machine and see a mounted disk ? or do you want to type : ssh://server/mnt/sdd2  ?16:10
matt__hi. Is there a terminal command that lets me see what hardware is in my laptop? I need to know the make and model of my wireless card to I can find a driver for it.16:11
ubuntumonohedron: `ssh <username>@<ip>`16:11
zykotick9SmashingX: i'm unclear on your followup question???16:11
airtonixmonohedron: if you want them to look like local devices then you need to look into nfs16:11
monohedronok that will do it for drives or is that possible for for al devies types16:11
airtonixmonohedron: or smbfs or sshfs16:11
SerythHow can I change the password for a different user from root? I've forgotton it.16:11
monohedron!sshfs|monohedron16:11
ubottumonohedron, please see my private message16:11
zykotick9matt__: "lspci | grep -i network" most likely will list your wireless (not always)16:12
ubuntumonohedron: `sudo mkdir /dev/sxx && sudo mount /dev/sxx /mnt/sxx`16:12
SmashingXwhat I need to do is to upgrade a program let say Filezilla, so I want to make sure I have the latest version. Although I see that there's in fact a newer version so I was wondering if by doing what you suggested would do it16:12
ubuntuGparted/UbiquityInstaller dont detect my /dev/sdb partitions but Windows/Nautilus does. Any idea why? I'm in deep trouble now. Please help.16:12
SmashingXzykotick9: what I need to do is to upgrade a program let say Filezilla, so I want to make sure I have the latest version. Although I see that there's in fact a newer version so I was wondering if by doing what you suggested would do it16:12
zykotick9Seryth: why do you have root?  "passwd username"16:12
airtonixSmashingX: where did you see that there was a newer version?16:12
monohedronubuntu, we are past that point16:12
Serythzykotick9: Ah, ty :)16:12
SmashingXairtonix: in the filezilla itsel16:12
ubuntumonohedron: where are we now then/16:13
SmashingXairtonix: Help-> check for new verions16:13
zykotick9SmashingX: after "sudo apt-get update" you'll have the most recent database of available programs16:13
airtonixSmashingX: how did you install the program in the first place ?16:13
SmashingXzykotick9: so just the database, but to update the program?16:13
airtonixSmashingX: software center? ppa? a zip file? a tar ball?16:13
zykotick9SmashingX: "sudo apt-get upgrade" will upgrade everything16:13
SmashingXairtonix: software center16:13
airtonixSmashingX: then you won't get a new version.16:14
matt__thanks zykotik9, that did it. I have a broadcom BCM430616:14
monohedronubuntu at devices that are no drives16:14
svgI'm having troubles installing Ubuntu 11.04 on a Mac Book Pro. Using the alternate cd, when setup starts up, it fails to recognize the cd(rom) and to mount it.16:14
zykotick9SmashingX: technically my last statement was a lie - "sudo apt-get dist-upgrade" will upgrade everything (same as GUI update manager)16:14
SmashingXok that was what my followup question was about16:14
monohedroni know how to mount a drive but how could i take a speaker along or a mouse or a  keyboard16:14
airtonixSmashingX: you would either need to look if the filezilla provides a ppa with the latest version of research how to install from tar.gz16:14
airtonixor *16:14
SmashingXairtonix: why it has to be such a pain to upgrade a software :(16:15
airtonixmonohedron: speaker and keyboard are possible but handled by two other programs/protocols16:15
monsterripperhi there, how do install cinnamon on ubuntu , exactly ???16:15
airtonixSmashingX: as opposed to what?16:15
OerHeks!cinnamon16:15
SmashingXairtonix: other OS?16:15
_ravenwhere is the rhythmbox-cache? (need to reset imported files))16:15
zykotick9monsterripper: when others have asked, they've typically gotten a "not supported" reply, but i don't personally have any idea... (i don't even really know what cinnamon is, is that mint's new interface?)16:16
airtonixSmashingX: windows doesn't have apt-get upgrade, macosx doesn't have the massive library of apt-get repos.16:16
monohedronairtonix, isn't there a standard way of 'mounting' devices across machines ?16:16
monsterripperzykotick9: yep...16:16
zykotick9monohedron: NFS for file systems16:16
airtonixSmashingX: yes. nfs.16:16
SmashingXto update you just have to download the newest version, install it and it will automatically replace the old version16:17
airtonixmonohedron: you may also appreciate autofs16:17
monohedronzykotick9, don't mind file systems i kno how to do that16:17
monohedronairtonix, hmm let me have a look16:17
SerythHm, how can I change admin accounts? I wnat to delete an account, but I can't because it says that that user is the only system admin O.o16:17
zykotick9monohedron: for other devices, i don't thik it's possible16:17
airtonixSmashingX: thats one program... wait till you have to manage 100s of computers at once... now repeat your single action again 100 times.16:17
airtonixSmashingX: seriously... installing and managing software on linux is alot easier than windows or macosx16:18
zykotick9Seryth: add your user to the "admin" group (which permits sudo access)16:18
SmashingXairtonix: well for me it's useful because in that cas I'm only updating the software I'm really using16:18
SmashingXairtonix: why would you upgrade software you don't use?16:18
airtonixSmashingX: which is why i said "find a ppa that provides the latest version of filezilla"16:18
Serythzykotick9: how?16:18
zykotick9airtonix: s/linux/ubuntu/ try slackware and say linux is easier for installing software ;)16:18
airtonixSmashingX: ? i wouldn't upgrade software i don't use... because i wouldn't have it installed.16:18
_ravenwhere is the rhythmbox-cache? (need to reset scanned files)16:19
SmashingXairtonix: but with that I have to add it to a file that I don't remember the name, and the run many commands after I did a lot of research abou it16:19
zykotick9Seryth: i'm not going to reply.  So either ask the channel how, or do some research.16:19
meta-coderWoah woah woah! 1485 chatters here!16:19
airtonixSmashingX: and with macosx and windows you have to remember all individual the places all your software came from when you need to update them ...16:19
SmashingXairtonix: I'm pretty sure 90% of the people has at least 1 program in their computer they used to use it but not anymore16:19
Serythzykotick9: Uh, okay....16:20
airtonixSmashingX: i'm not sure what your point is. or how that's a bad thing about apt-get16:20
airtonixSmashingX: 1. add ppa. 2. use software. 3. somewhere in future run : sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade 4. relish as all upgradable software is upgraded16:21
SmashingXairtonix: well my point is why it has to be such a pain to upgrade a program as you asked.. as opposed to lets say windows16:21
module000SmashingX: that "software i don't use" includes things like your drivers that you want updated to fix bugs/errors. along with a plethora of other useful updates.16:21
zykotick9module000: +116:21
royale1223Gparted dont detect partitions. why?16:22
celthunderroyale1223: what type?16:22
SmashingXmodule000:  drivers? I just install drivers when I install my OS, and then I forget about them16:22
compdocSmashingX, you mean why would someone update software they dont use thats installed? Pretty simple answer to that16:22
royale1223celthunder: /dev/sdb sata16:22
airtonixSmashingX: last time i had to upgrade software on a windows machine it took me all afternoon... that's just one machine... same operation on my linux gaming laptop takes 30mins16:22
celthunderroyale1223: do you have the fs tools installed for the partition type/mbr/gpt stuff16:22
royale1223celthunder: everything in it16:22
royale1223celthunder: tried deleting gpt via gdisk, no use16:23
module000SmashingX: and since you normally forget about them, that's precisely why you benefit from them being updated by someone who is watchful enough(your OS) to *not* forget about them. this is a non-argument, install windows if this makes no sense.16:23
zykotick9SmashingX: perhaps there are some variable you aren't taking into account.  Updates in Ubuntu ONLY fix bugs and security issues, that's it - you don't get NEW versions of stuff.16:23
airtonixSmashingX: btw why are you use filezilla when nautilus does ftp and sftp/ssh better16:23
airtonixzykotick9: unless you add ppa16:23
_ravenwhere is the rhythmbox-cache? (need to reset scanned files)16:23
zykotick9airtonix: right, and PPA's are unsupported 3rd party16:23
airtonix_raven: somewhere in ~/.config/16:23
royale1223celthunder: this happend when i was using testdisk to recover a deleted partition16:24
SmashingXzykotick9: I think that's a good point16:24
SerythHow can I add a user to the admin group? I currently have two users, and I tried to delete one of them, but got an error saying that it's the only user in the admin group, and deleting it would screw everything up. How can I switch admin to the other user, so I can delete the one I want to?16:24
SmashingXzykotick9: But I also think there are also some improvements16:24
czxairtonix, in WIndows and MacOSX you don't have to wait FOUR months to upgrade your ENTIRE system to get a new version of a program16:24
zykotick9_raven: i always pointed rhythmbox to a directory with one or two files, rescanned, the switched back to regular music directory and rescanned16:24
celthunderroyale1223: lol don't delete partitions you still want...gl16:24
airtonixczx: i don't have to wait four months on linux either.16:25
airtonixczx: it's great isn't it! :)16:25
randomnewbLinux tip for beginners in the terminal try: locate file-I-am-looking-for16:25
_ravenzykotick9 ok ill try that tnx16:25
czxyes, if you can afford playing with git and compiler16:25
royale1223royale1223: i didnt. i recoverd the deleted partition. they are rw from nautilus. but gparted dont detect them16:25
SmashingXairtonix: mhhh I find Filezilla easier to use16:25
airtonixczx: who said anything about git?16:26
royale1223celthunder: : i didnt. i recoverd the deleted partition. they are rw from nautilus. but gparted dont detect them16:26
airtonixSmashingX: that's strange i find it frustratingly difficult to use.16:26
SmashingXairtonix: what's the main point why you find it easier?16:27
royale1223celthunder: and because gparted dont work i cant install ubuntu on it.16:27
airtonixSmashingX: it's the same interface that i use to operate on local files.16:27
royale1223celthunder: i can read write the files very well. Its just the gparted.16:27
SmashingXairtonix: well let me give it a try16:27
SmashingXairtonix: the bad thing about it is that I will have to lear the different functions to use16:28
airtonixSmashingX: is there some special feature that filezilla has?16:28
svgAnyone around running Ubuntu on a recent MacBook Pro?16:29
airtonixsvg: yes.16:29
airtonixsvg: 8,2 macbook pro.16:29
royale1223celthunder: are you still there buddy/16:29
svgI'm having troubles installing Ubuntu 11.04 on a Mac Book Pro. Using the alternate cd, when setup starts up, it fails to mount it the cdrom16:29
airtonixsvg: yeah i went back to 10.1016:30
celthunderroyale1223: no ideas lol16:30
royale1223svg: try usb installer. www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/16:30
airtonixsvg: but i actually installed from usb i think.16:30
royale1223celthunder: thanks anyway.16:30
airtonixsvg: but you have to prepare the usb as a hfs or something16:30
celthunderroyale1223: try to do it from a terminal (start gparted) or use parted or fdisk see if you can get the error16:30
svgThis sounds like the right module isn't loaded for cdrom access16:31
mmaattI am having trouble with my wifi card. My internet connection is noticeably slower on ubuntu than on windows. Any suggestions on where to start?16:31
purplefoolok, trying to install a new graphic card and ran into problems.  the gui doesn't work, so i am stuck in terminal (not to savey there).  i am trying to get computer to update the system through ppa, but it only reads what is needed and doesn't download them...how to i get it to download the needed files?16:31
royale1223celthunder: no errors on fdisk16:31
SmashingXairtonix: not special feature but as I said sometimes you stick to a program because you know how it works and you know where to find anything you need easily, even thought others find it difficult to use (like in our case)16:33
royale1223celthunder: fdisk http://paste.ubuntu.com/847420/16:33
airtonixSmashingX: i think i really like the idea of having my ssh and ftp servers bookmarked in nautilus right there next to my other stuff... (plus once mounted they are actually accesible through ~/.gvfs/server name/path/to/stuff/on/remote/machine/16:34
airtonixSmashingX: smb included16:34
royale1223an advice to all people out here. never ever give ubuntu-tweak root permissions. it will f*** up your installation.16:35
nineteen67cometHello; I'm looking for input/ideas on where to start looking for a linux happy way for my cousin to use a bar code scanner in his t-shirt/printing shop.16:35
SmashingXairtonix: anyway, it sucks that I can't edit my menus16:36
purplefoolcan you tell me how to get an update in terminal? sudo apt-get update only reads what is needed and doesn't download...16:36
airtonixSmashingX: did you try ther other method?16:36
escottpurplefool, sudo apt-get upgrade16:36
* czx confused with an eternal covil war in ubuntu community16:36
airtonixSmashingX: or did you only try with alt + f216:36
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royale1223purplefool: sudo apt-get upgrade16:36
SmashingXairtonix: what other method sorry I missed that16:37
nineteen67cometpurplefool: sudo aptitude full-upgrade (or sudo apt-get dist-upgrade) ..16:37
royale1223purplefool: i use sudo apt-fast upgrade . much faster16:37
airtonixSmashingX: open up the gnome-shell overview: (press windows key) or move mouse to top left corner of screen, or press 'activities'16:37
purplefoolack! only misspelled it?!?  dam! hate spelling!16:37
airtonixSmashingX: then type menu16:37
rymate1234royale1223: apt-fast?16:38
purplefoolthx for answer16:38
royale1223rymate1234: yea, uses axel or aria2c instead of wget16:38
airtonixSmashingX: if you don't have an entry called "main menu" (which you should since it comes installed by default), then open a terminal and type : sudo apt-get install alacarte16:38
SmashingXairtonix: Main Menu?16:39
SmashingXyeah16:39
SmashingXI see it16:39
airtonixSmashingX: run it.16:39
SmashingXmmhh I tried but nothing happens16:40
danileigh79purplefool: sudo apt-get update and then sudo apt-get upgrade16:40
SmashingXappmenu maybe?16:40
royale1223no mbr/partition editing wizards out here? i need the help of one.16:40
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bazhangroyale1223, whats the question. ask the channel please16:41
Masterlornhello16:41
royale1223Gparted dont detect partitions. why?16:41
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module000royale1223: what partitiont able type16:42
royale1223fdisk http://paste.ubuntu.com/847420/16:42
bazhangroyale1223, from the live cd?16:42
danileigh79royale1223: how many partitions do you have?16:42
royale1223danileigh79: i have 2 sata. prob is with sdb216:42
royale1223bazhang: yep16:42
royale1223module000: ext4 logical16:43
module000royale1223: no what type of *table* is it.16:43
module000royale1223: gpt, msdos, ?16:43
royale1223module000: msdos, i deleted gpt data16:43
module000royale1223: what does `parted` show?16:43
MasterlornI have a problem with my mouse. In Ubuntu 11.10 everything is fine until I click anything in the Dock on the left. Then I cant click at anything in the Windows and around. The only thing I can do is to open new applications.  So the keyboard works fine and I can open the terminal. Also I have to start it ALWAYS with nomodeset. 32bit also had that with 64bit16:43
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royale1223module000: 1 sec16:44
danileigh79Masterlorn: Laptop touch, usb, or ps2 mouse?16:44
SmashingXairtonix: I had to insall alacarte because they didn't run, now it works, thanks!16:44
MasterlornUSB Mouse16:44
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Masterlornits a saitek cyborg rat 3 and there are no linux specified drivers for it16:45
danileigh79Masterlorn: wired or wireless16:45
purplefoolis there a new command syntax for ppa-purge?16:45
Masterlorndanileigh79: wired16:45
escottroyale1223, what did you use to remove the gpt table?16:45
monsterripperi want one i want one .... http://direct.tesco.com/product/images/?R=215-0673&tn=/3/SS12215-0673TPS1311741.jpg16:45
danileigh79Masterlorn: Laptop or desktop?16:45
royale1223module000: parted cant print /dev/sdb16:45
royale1223escott: gdisk16:45
Masterlorndanileigh79: desktop16:46
svgairtonix: ok, I solved it by dd'ing my iso on a USb stick and manually mounting that on /cdrom. Installer goes on fine after that.16:46
royale1223module000: parted http://paste.ubuntu.com/847433/16:46
module000royale1223: your geometry is fubar on that drive16:47
purplefoolis there a new command syntax for ppa-purge?16:47
royale1223module000: i dont see anything wrong with geo. can you please point it out?16:48
danileigh79Masterlorn: what's lsusb say?16:48
module000royale1223: well parted *thinks* your geometry is the problem. it thinks one of the partition bounds is outside the total range of the disk16:48
Masterlorndanileigh79: what is what saying? :D im completely new to linux sry ^^16:48
danileigh79Masterlorn: sype lsusb into a seperate terminal16:49
royale1223module000: thats for sda. my issue is with sdb. parted dont even list sdb.16:49
module000royale1223: i dont' know how to fix that though, if it was me i would export the partitions, re-create the table, then import my data partitions. there could be an easier way but i don't have experience with it16:49
danileigh79Masterlorn: I have to leave very soon though16:49
yakcIf I build a proxy server does it give same/my IP address to all who logs in?16:49
module000royale1223: oh, i was thinking of sda16:49
compdocroyale1223, 500GB drives are rarely actually 500GB16:49
royale1223module000: but fdisk does16:49
Masterlornmaybe i can lend a laptop for short so that i can ubuntu while youre helping me16:49
royale1223compdoc: so? i dont understand.16:50
danileigh79Masterlorn: I'm sorry, I can't wait.... I have to leave16:50
compdocso I doubt you have those numbers right16:50
Masterlorndamn16:50
module000royale1223: i would still try exporting my data partitions and recreating the table, i'm not sure how to fix that.  your libparted version isn't old by any chance?16:50
royale1223compdoc: i'm not talking about 500gig disk. problem is with the 320 gig.16:51
royale1223i'm booting from 12.04 live cd. no way libparted is old16:51
module000royale1223: yea that's new....I don't know what is causing that16:51
royale1223how do i export data partition and recreate table? any guide available?16:52
module000royale1223: oh, just `dd` them16:52
module000royale1223: dd them all out, then `mktable` within parted to create a fresh table, then re-create the partitions and `dd` them back onto the disk16:53
royale1223module000: so i need another 320gig hdd to copy? right?16:54
module000royale1223: yes, or larger. before you do this, you might want to ask in #linux, there could be a solution i don't know about before you spend an hour or more importing/exporting data16:54
probiotichi16:54
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ericusAnyone with a Zenbook + ubuntu?16:54
royale1223module000: sadly i dont have another 320 gig.16:55
royale1223module000: thanks for your help. very educating. any other ideas?16:55
module000royale1223: definitely check ##linux for any solutions i'm missing then. or look at just salvaging the specific data you need16:55
masterlorinhey16:55
probiotic\list16:56
royale1223module000: sure. thanks. i'll try ##linux16:56
probiotichow can i switch to a german irc-server?16:56
royale1223module000: or is it #linux?16:56
bazhangprobiotic, #ubuntu-de16:56
PjotrOrial__probiotic: by finding one, or joining the right channel here on freenode16:57
module000royale1223: both will take you to the same spot, ##linux16:57
probioticbazhang, thank you!16:57
masterlorini have a problem with my mouse on ubuntu 11.10, when im clicking anything in the dock, then i cant use my mouse anymore except from the dock and there only to start new apps. its the 32bit version16:57
PjotrOrial__^^as bazhang said16:57
royale1223module000: okay, thanks16:57
codemonkey1337guys, I've got an easy question for you. I'm transfering a ton of files from my old computer to my new computer (about 65 gigs) and I'm using WINSCP though wine, the window froze in winSCP although the timer is going up...how can I tell if a folder is being written to in ubuntu so I can see if I need to restart the transfer?16:58
masterlorini have a problem with my mouse on ubuntu 11.10, when im clicking anything in the dock, then i cant use my mouse anymore except from the dock and there only to start new apps. its the 32bit version16:58
MonkeyDustcodemonkey1337  use could use watch ls -l your_foldeer16:59
MonkeyDusttypos*17:00
codemonkey1337MonkeyDust: I did, it lists all folders as being 4096 bytes17:00
MonkeyDustcodemonkey1337  it's watch -d to see the progress17:01
codemonkey1337man page    watch - execute a program periodically, showing output fullscreen. I get an error whenever I run the command. Backup isn't an executable17:02
kernixhi all17:03
kernixhi pcreux17:04
sacarlsonhow is ub version 11.10 working so far?  I'm still a chicken and running 10.04 with backports17:05
zykotick9codemonkey1337: winSCP through wine?  Why?  There are several scp native gnu/linux clients, including scp from cli (the -r switch is pretty handy).  But good luck.17:06
mileoncodemonkey1337: yea you need only nautilus17:06
chrisrSince I upgraded my Ubuntu it now hangs on boot.   The screen goes blank and nothing happens.  It works if I boot to recovery mode, then do a fsck, then resume boot.   Here is the syslog of when it just simply stopped: http://pastie.org/3408901 .  Could anyone have a quick look to see if there's anything obvious there?17:06
masterlorini have a problem with my mouse on ubuntu 11.10, when im clicking anything in the dock, then i cant use my mouse anymore except from the dock and there only to start new apps. its the 32bit version17:07
mileoncodemonkey1337: only win users need winscp17:07
MonkeyDustcodemonkey1337  and rsync is faster than cp or scp17:08
chrisrIs syslog the file I need to be looking at?17:08
masterlorini have a problem with my mouse on ubuntu 11.10, when im clicking anything in the dock, then i cant use my mouse anymore except from the dock and there only to start new apps. its the 32bit version17:08
masterlorini have a problem with my mouse on ubuntu 11.10, when im clicking anything in the dock, then i cant use my mouse anymore except from the dock and there only to start new apps. its the 32bit version17:08
zykotick9sacarlson: after 10.04LTS Ubuntu is VERY different.17:08
masterlorini have a problem with my mouse on ubuntu 11.10, when im clicking anything in the dock, then i cant use my mouse anymore except from the dock and there only to start new apps. its the 32bit version17:08
FloodBot1masterlorin: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.17:09
v01d`how do i record in ubuntu17:09
MonkeyDustsacarlson  http://www.ubuntu.com/tour/en/17:09
sacarlsonzykotick9: yes I noticed when I installed a later on a friends computer and had to go back one just version just to boot it17:09
gridbagcompbiz / unity seems kind of slow.17:09
v01d`compiz sucks17:10
v01d`eats my graphics card17:10
gridbagv01d`, what do you use?17:10
royale1223module000: found out the problem. but dont know how to fix it. sdb1 is out of bounds. you still there?17:11
v01d`i think its nvidia17:11
v01d`but i run different vms17:12
gridbagi go up to the top of the screen and flick between the XChat/View/Server/Settings submenus, and it is pathetically slow. what is going on?17:12
royale1223module000: total 625142448 sectors; but ;/dev/sdb1  4095   625153409   312574657+   f  W95 Ext'd (LBA)17:12
sacarlsonzykotick9: but I don't think I have much support left on ubuntu 10.04 so have to move at some point17:12
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gridbagthis thing can do 100fps full screen texture/bumpmapped opengl, but simple windows are slow.17:13
rymate1234lol17:13
royale1223royale1223 calling module000 , module000 come in. :)17:13
zykotick9sacarlson: you still have time, should be supported "desktop" until 2013-0417:13
sacarlsonzykotick9: that's only 13 months so I hope I have something17:14
yakcIf I build a proxy server does it give same/my IP address to all who logs in?17:14
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kittykitty123456lets see how long i stay connected for17:16
v01d`kiities i hate that17:17
albechcan anyone recommend a good PHP syntax aware editor for Gnome?17:17
v01d`notepad++17:18
v01d`oh thats for windows17:18
kittykitty123456i am using wvdial to tether my phone for inet  access when i turn on nat masq the remote host dumps me saying someething about xxx doent accept redirects from ... to .. where all the ips are my first dns server17:18
sacarlsonnot sure it's related but I wrote a VLC or any mpris player app to generate play lists of unseen video files that I released today that needs testing https://github.com/sacarlson/GenPlayList writen in ruby glade17:19
kittykitty123456anyone familiar17:19
LukeNukemum, people from outside cant access my webserver17:20
LukeNukemhow can i allow them in17:20
LukeNukemmy ports are forwarded17:20
sacarlsonalbech:  I use gedit that highlites and colors the syntax of php17:20
v01d`port forward17:20
f10w3r5are you dropping http on your outside interface?17:21
v01d`along with port number17:21
v01d`both tcp and udp17:21
LukeNukemthey are forwarded17:22
sacarlsonLukeNukem: your router is forwarded?  is all the firewall on that system also disabled open?17:22
f10w3r5make sure you're allowing tcp/80 on your outside interface.17:22
zykotick9LukeNukem: you are saying ports and they - for default Web, it's just port 80.  What port(s) are you for forwarding?17:22
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aKerHi all, can someone tell me where i can find to change link on a l2j server for autovotemanager ?17:22
sacarlsonLukeNukem: try give us a pastebin of sudo netstat -pant17:22
LukeNukemzykotick9, 8017:23
LukeNukemsacarlson, how do i disable it17:24
LukeNukemi mean i haven't installed any firewall, is there any by default17:24
zykotick9LukeNukem: it's not active by default17:24
sacarlsonLukeNukem: no by default there should be none17:24
sacarlsonLukeNukem: so if you didn't play with fw stuf then is your system listening on the port that you have it forwarded?  as I asked before sudo netstat -pant to find out17:25
royale1223module000: are you there?17:25
archo43i dont like debian, they ban me17:25
zykotick9LukeNukem: can a computer on the local network connect?  (verifies server is working)  are you forwarding to the correct IP of the server?  perhaps your ISP blocks port 80?17:26
LukeNukemhttp://pastebin.com/uBqJP4AE17:26
royale1223module000: i fixed it using fixparts. oohay!!!!!!17:26
LukeNukemno they dont, it worked on windows17:26
LukeNukemi can access the server myself using localhost17:26
archo43hi hi ppl17:26
hot2trotI want to auto-start into a certain window manager (ratpoison) and I set up ubuntu 11.10 to do this, but 1 out of 20 times it starts up in gnome... can anyone explain to me why this is happening and how it could be resolved?17:26
syscobonjour a tous   , je sais que je suis sur une partie anglaise , j'en suis désolé , mais il me faudrais de l'aide please