MeXTuXI'm using command line svn client and everytime I enter a command this warning appears ---> WARNING: gnome-keyring:: couldn't connect to: /tmp/keyring-lm7o0e/pkcs11: No such file or directory00:10
Unit193MeXTuX: Answer in Bug #93217700:33
ubottuLaunchpad bug 932177 in gnome-keyring (Debian) "XFCE (and other non-GNOME) desktops do not initialise gnome-keyring correctly / WARNING: gnome-keyring:: couldn't connect to PKCS11" [Unknown,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93217700:33
MeXTuXi will check it :D thank you00:37
Unit193Sure, annoyed me enough, so I fixed it and commented because someone made me. :(00:43
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asterismohey people03:22
asterismoi need to customize a Xubuntu 12.04 live CD but i do not know how to edit default panel layout03:22
asterismodoes anybody knows how to edit this?03:22
asterismoor where this setting is stored in the squashfs ?03:23
Moakkihello, I would like some help on xubuntu 12.0404:44
MoakkiI looked around to change my sound theme to maybe make my own and add it but I don't know how to do this04:44
MoakkiNow I know my system sound volume is activated but it didn't change a thing04:45
Moakkican anyone help?04:50
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Guest11504how do i stop the firefox download window from blinking when a file being downloaded is complete?07:19
MarzataGuest11504: http://superuser.com/questions/63762/is-there-way-to-disable-download-bar-blinking-in-firefox07:43
Guest11504marzata: thanks07:46
roshamblesHeya, does compiz work on xubuntu? Because I got it and I'm trying to enable zoom but no matter what key combination I use it won't work10:23
roshamblesat first i thought my button between ctrl and alt wasn't configured to work but I found out it did, forgot the command though. Was it xev? Either way, if anyone has got compiz working with xu I'd like to hear from you10:24
JohnDDDhello people, i have screwed my fstab. I can boot in recovery mode, but it is read only. How can I correct my fstab in writeable mode?13:02
hobgoblindo you have the backup in the same place?13:03
hobgoblinor do you have no backup13:03
JohnDDDno, I don't, but i rememer what I have changed13:03
JohnDDDi have tried to add optimisations for ssd and, did exactly as told, but it does not work13:03
hobgoblink - use one of the other things in the recovery menu - like grub or something - it'll mount the drive read/write then enter then root terminal13:04
hobgoblinthen you can nano /etc/fstab13:04
hobgoblinno idea why they made it readonly13:05
crondJohnDDD, mount -n -o remount,rw /13:05
JohnDDDwill try, thank you very much both of you13:05
hobgoblincrond: thanks - knew there was a way, just never remember it13:05
hobgoblinstill think it's a stupid idea :)13:05
JohnDDDmount -n -o remount,rw / gives me not mounted or bad option13:08
JohnDDDthe grub option does not work too13:11
JohnDDDi have added extra options for mounting / and one of them is bad13:11
JohnDDDcan i mount fstab manually?13:12
hobgoblinJohnDDD: do it the long way - boot the livecd/usb - mount the drive and then edit the file from there13:12
JohnDDDbut I don't have usb key by hand now and notebook is nebook, so i cannot use cd :(13:13
JohnDDDif it's best possible option, maybe i can borrow some, the one i used for installation i lost somewhere13:14
hobgoblinI don't know how to mount it if it's not working - sorry13:21
JohnDDDok, never mind, will borrow some usb pen. thank you anyway13:22
JohnDDDhurray, found anther usb flash disk :)13:27
JohnDDDit even boots :)13:27
hobgoblineven better13:27
JohnDDDi had linux on all my flash drives as i'm looing them frequently :)13:27
JohnDDDafter that boot, what shall I do?13:28
JohnDDDi guess there will be /etc/fstab from sda1 on some other place13:28
hobgoblingksudo thunar - click on the drive so it mounts - find fstab and right click - open in leafpad and edit it - save13:29
hobgoblinor you could mount it yourself if you know and edit it from the terminal13:29
JohnDDDthanks. how i can mount that from terminal?13:31
JohnDDDwith gksudo i see only flash filesystem13:31
hobgoblinI'd sudo mount /dev/sdxy /mnt13:32
JohnDDDyup, working like a charm :)13:33
JohnDDDnow i can fix that, many thanks!13:33
JohnDDDoh no, it is readonly :(13:33
JohnDDDcan i force mount in rw?13:33
JohnDDDsorry, forgo sudo ;)13:34
hobgoblinyou can't sudo nano /mnt/etc/fstab ?13:34
GridCubein any case gksu leafpad13:35
GridCubebut he should really man mount13:36
GridCubeand man fstab13:36
JohnDDDit seems that my xubuntu not recognizet nodirtime option :(13:38
JohnDDDbut I removed that and it works ok now. many thanks, guys13:39
JohnDDDi'm booted back in my lovely xubuntu :)13:39
JohnDDDbtw. have you by hand some *working* optimizations for ssd to fstab?13:41
GridCubeno, ubottu doesnt know about ssd13:42
JohnDDDi think it does, because it is pretty fast even on my old acer aspire one, comparing to windows ;)13:43
JohnDDDbut i wanted to get rid of unnecessary writes13:43
hobgoblinGridCube: I know gksudo leafpad - but I still had my in recovery mode head on13:48
GridCubei install mc and use the embebed editor13:48
hobgoblinI just use nano :p13:48
JohnDDDhave fun guys and thanks again for helping me, bye14:09
martinphonehow do I redirect all traffic trhough localhost:8118?14:34
martinphoneand whats the shortcut to open a terminal?14:35
holsteincontrol+alt+t ? does that work?14:36
holsteini always set it to super+t ala #! :)14:36
martinphoneare these instructions outdated?14:37
martinphonegksu /etc/environment doesnt opne anything14:37
holsteingksudo is what i would use14:37
holsteingksudo nano /path/to/file14:38
holsteingksudo gedit /path/to/file14:38
holsteinsudo nano will work fine actually14:38
martinphonenothing, instructions must be outdated14:38
holsteinmartinphone: if the file isnt there, it'll try and make an empty one14:39
martinphonesudo nano opened a file with just one line14:39
holsteinyup.. thats it then14:39
GridCubemartinphone, gksu leafpad /etc/enviroment14:40
GridCubeshould do the same14:40
martinphonecan anyone please confimr that https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/xubuntu-users/2007-June/000755.html is not outdated?14:40
GridCubexubuntu never used gedit14:40
holsteinyeah.. but nano will work fine14:40
holsteinmartinphone: you can confirm.. add the line, test... know how to revert14:41
GridCubeyep thats pretty much about right14:41
martinphonewhat am I doing wrong? I tried both and localhost:8118 and other apps are not proxied14:44
GridCubemartinphone, edit also /etc/bash.bashrc14:45
GridCubemartinphone, add http_proxy=proxy:port to the end of that file14:47
martinphonethanks GridCube , I was already googling...14:47
GridCubesave are sudo apt-get update  to test it14:47
martinphoneGridCube, update works, but chromium is still out of proxy14:49
GridCubemartinphone, launch chromium like this:14:50
martinphonewhat if I follow: http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?s=d5efb7bc812cbc987bf05227c42f06fb&p=8508643&postcount=714:50
GridCubehttp_proxy=proxy:port chromium14:51
martinphonechromium: command not found14:52
GridCubehttp_proxy=proxy:port chromium-browser14:53
GridCubemartinphone, :/14:53
GridCubein any case that link says the same that you just did14:53
martinphone[14726:14763:16406384501:ERROR:nss_ocsp.cc(588)] No URLRequestContext for OCSP handler.14:54
martinphoneand no, still out of proxy14:54
GridCubemartinphone, try this, change it accordingly /usr/bin/env http_proxy="" no_proxy="localhost,," /usr/bin/chromium14:58
martinphoneGridCube, adding  http_proxy="" no_proxy="localhost,," /usr/bin/chromium to the end of that file15:01
GridCubemartinphone, use chromium-browser --proxy-pac=///path/to/proxy.pac15:01
GridCubejust launch it like that15:01
martinphonewhere do I find proxy.pac?15:02
GridCubeyou have to make it15:02
GridCubemartinphone, http://code.google.com/p/chromium/wiki/LinuxProxyConfig15:04
martinphonecan I use ubuntu system service (synaptic) with xubuntu?15:28
baizonmartinphone: yes15:36
martinphonebaizon, please instruct the noob, I dont see any GUI, command line only?15:37
baizonmartinphone: http://linux.about.com/od/xubuntu_doc/a/xubudg13t02.htm15:38
martinphonebaizon, I know what synaptic is, what I dont know is how to access ubuntu system service to edit proxy settings15:41
baizona ok15:41
baizonmartinphone: so install it15:42
baizonsudo apt-get install ubuntu-system-service15:42
martinphoneok, now what? I dont see any new icon15:45
GridCubealt-f2: ubuntu-system-service15:46
martinphoneailed to execute child process "ubuntu-system-service" (No such file or directory).15:49
GridCubemartinphone, you still insist with the chromium ?15:50
martinphoneGridCube, no, Im not going to change just proxy settings for a browser, I need it for all apps that use internet, and it must be an easy and fast way (college)15:51
GridCubemartinphone, well, what other programs are not connecting now?15:52
martinphonethat ubuntu-system-service from synaptic15:53
dreamtravelerhi i had just installed ccsm but for some reason i dont see the effects of it even though i have enabled wooby effects on windows15:55
dreamtravelerany suggestion ?15:55
GridCubedreamtraveler, kill xfwm and start compiz15:57
GridCubecompiz --replace15:57
GridCubeif im not mistaken15:57
GridCubemartinphone, maybe you will get better help at #ubuntu-servers15:58
GridCube/clear drc16:13
hobgoblinI prefer opaque16:13
drcIt's ok...I cleared all my weapons before I came inside.16:14
nanotubemy nemesis nano the text editor strikes again.16:15
lsaDoes anyone know where I can find an up to date package for rdesktop?17:00
GridCube!info rdesktop17:01
ubotturdesktop (source: rdesktop): RDP client for Windows NT/2000 Terminal Server. In component main, is optional. Version 1.7.0-1ubuntu2 (precise), package size 141 kB, installed size 496 kB17:01
GridCubewhat is rdesktop for lsa?17:01
lsardp client17:02
lsaconnecting to windows systems17:02
GridCubelsa, see what ubottu said, thats the one in the repos17:04
GridCubelsa, i've heard this is a good client: http://remmina.sourceforge.net/17:04
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lsaGridCube: I wonder why I am not getting that version, that is the one I want17:04
lsaI just did a dist-upgrade and do-release-upgrade17:05
GridCubelsa, are you using precise?17:05
GridCube!info rdesktop 11.0417:06
ubottu'11.04' is not a valid distribution: hardy, hardy-backports, hardy-proposed, kubuntu-backports, kubuntu-experimental, kubuntu-updates, lucid, lucid-backports, lucid-proposed, maverick, maverick-backports, maverick-proposed, medibuntu, natty, natty-backports, natty-proposed, oneiric, oneiric-backports, oneiric-proposed, partner, precise, precise-backports, precise-proposed, quantal, quantal-backports, quantal-proposed, stable, testing, unstable17:06
lsais there a file in /etc that says, or something?17:07
lsanot my system, ha17:07
GridCube!info rdesktop maverick17:07
ubotturdesktop (source: rdesktop): RDP client for Windows NT/2000 Terminal Server. In component main, is optional. Version 1.6.0-3ubuntu2.1 (maverick), package size 132 kB, installed size 460 kB17:07
lsathat what it is giving me, 1.6.0.  Also looks like it's installing an amd64 package.  Might be the explanation.17:08
lsa"Unpacking rdesktop (from .../rdesktop_1.6.0-3ubuntu4.1_amd64.deb) ...17:08
GridCubelsa, thats the one availabe on your sistem17:08
GridCubethe newest version is available on precise17:08
GridCubelsa, thats the one available for maverick, as ubottu said17:09
lsaI guess I'll be reinstalling then.17:09
lsaDon't want to mess around with recompiling packages17:09
lsaThanks for the help17:09
asterismohi people17:58
asterismo i need to customize a Xubuntu 12.04 live CD but i do not know how to edit default panel layout17:58
asterismocan anyone help me?17:58
asterismo or where this setting is stored in the squashfs ?17:59
asterismocan settings be exported with gsettings as well as gnome 2 desktop settings?17:59
GridCube!customlivecd | asterismo18:00
ubottuasterismo: Interested in remastering the Ubuntu !LiveCD or !Alternate installer? See: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallCDCustomization - Or use tools such as http://uck.sourceforge.net/ or http://linux.dell.com/wiki/index.php/DRU_Disc_Remastering_Utility18:00
P-ChanHey Guys my Xubuntu works very bad. Is very unstable. I am on MATE desktop now and Gnome 2 and MATE are lightweight19:40
P-ChanMy XFCE is bugged?19:41
P-ChanIs my XFCE bugged?19:41
pleia2if you're more specific about the problems you're having we may be able to help you19:41
P-Chanpleia2: Well I can't open two tabs or more with youtube because my XFCE slowdown19:42
P-ChanMouse lag, XFCE stop. I solved the stop problem with zramswap enabler19:43
pleia2and this doesn't happen with other desktop environments?19:43
P-Chanpleia2: no19:43
pleia2same browser?19:43
P-Chansince XFCE 4.6 and 4.4 I have this problem19:43
P-Chanpleia2: no. In chrome, Firefox, firefox forks and chromium19:43
P-ChanIf I open libreoffice too19:44
pleia2you mean xfce slows down with all browsers?19:44
P-Chanpleia2: yes + libreoffice19:44
hobgoblinwhat specs is the machine P-Chan ?19:45
P-Chanhobgoblin: http://filebin.ca/4NdzTKom7fi19:46
pleia2those specs are very similar to my mini9 running xubuntu 12.04, it can't really playback youtube smoothly or run libreoffice very fast, but that's just because the machine is slow19:47
pleia2if you add more ram you'll probably have better luck19:48
pleia2I mean, it works ok :) just wouldn't expect it to be super fast or anything19:49
P-Chanpleia2: But XFCE is more lightweight than gnome or MATE19:50
pleia2it's lighter than gnome3, but isn't MATE gnome2-based?19:50
pleia2the later benchmarks put gnome2 and xfce at about equal with defaults in ubuntu19:51
P-Chanpleia2: Ok guy. XFCE is heavier than Mate, Gnome 2, Mate19:51
P-Chanok bye19:51
drcWell, that was...entertaining.19:52
hobgoblinthat wasn't the answer they wanted then19:52
drcnever is19:52
pleia2flash is pretty much a disaster on those old atom-based netbooks19:52
pleia2(as if it's not a diaster everywhere :))19:53
Unit193It's bad on everything, best you can do is either be forced to install Chrome, or try for adobe-flashplugin in the partner repo.19:55
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martinphoneI have a downloaded a movie, I have changes its filename, but in vlc it appears named as a website, how do I change that? demuxing?20:38
drcplace movie in vlc...open playlist...right mouse click on movie...information...make changes, be sure to "save metadata".20:40
martinphonedrc, I dont see any open playlist in media20:42
drcIs the playlist open?20:43
martinphoneits not a playlist, its just one mkv file of 8gb20:44
drcctr-h will toggle vlc in and out of minimal mode (no menu/controls).20:44
drcToggle so that the menu and controls are showing.20:45
drcIn Menu...View>Playlist20:45
drcwhen playlist is showing, highlight the video and go through the steps I outlined earlier.20:46
martinphonemany thanks drc20:47
martinphonecrap, i changed and saved metadata and closed the movie, but the web address still apeears as the title...20:48
drcdo it again...sometimes it seems like vlc doen;t take the changes (but is probably all my fault)20:49
drcAlso, it may be hard coded into the video.20:49
martinphoneit seems is protected... redid it twice and everytime i click on the movie it reverts from what I wrote to that darn webpage address20:49
martinphoneif its hard coded in the video, what do I do?20:49
drcget used to seeing the web adress20:50
drci.e., I have no idea :)20:50
drccheck the permission on the file20:50
drcok, so I had one idea20:50
martinphonedrc, what if I demux it?20:51
drcI admit to ignorance here...what is demuxing?20:51
* drc is a av consumer not producer :)20:52
martinphonea tool to transforma cideo to mkv format, or to append several 20 min sections into a 2 hours movie20:52
martinphonesynaptic or software center are your friends too20:52
drcah...like pitivi?20:52
drctry it it might work.20:53
martinphonenow im the noob who doesnt know what pitivi is20:53
drcan app to do some of that stuff.20:53
drctake several pron videos and make a longer porn video :)20:53
drcnot that I've ever done that...but I've heard tell of doing that somewhere on the 'net20:54
martinphoneme neither, but i liek delicious pron20:56
Azelphurjust did a fresh install of XUbuntu and kept my /home, but it won't let me login. Brand new user lets me login fine. I assume something in /home is messing it up. Any ideas?22:02
Ariel_Calzadahi, i'm trying to use muy bluetooth headset with xubuntu 12.04 but it lets me connect the headset but the sound pass throught the internal speakers any idea?22:52
holsteinAriel_Calzada: i usually try pavucontrol first, assuming the device shows up in the terminal when you run aplay -l22:55

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