maheanuuIaOra Everyone, I am having a snit trying to set up the laptop on wireless, I have been using Cat5 all these years and just received my Asus TF700 Tablet, I want to network the tablet and the computer in a wireless home network , the tablet sees the Router an NetGear13 and as long as I am cat5, the notebook works fine but it will not recognize the router even with the wireless on the notebook turned on, could use some help in walking th00:01
maheanuuru the setup for the notebook00:01
RamsramboI am on Ubuntu 12.10 on a pentium 4 desktop I did a clean install and I keep getting this error "Sorry, Ubuntu 12.10 has experienced an internal error"00:03
Ramsramboanyone here pl. respond00:06
maheanuuRamsrambo, I see you00:06
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maheanuuI am not sure on the 12.10 errors, as I have not gotten any higher than 12.0400:07
Ramsrambomaheanuu : respond to my query Pl.00:07
washuu_deWhat kind of questions may I ask here?00:07
Ramsramboanyone else00:08
washuu_dehow to avoid the new platform00:09
IboSi'm looking for someone called gerd knorr00:09
IboShe created the webcamd command on linux00:09
sammuchannIm new to ubuntu, and I'm confsed should I get antivirus or not is there even antivirus software?00:09
ukbeastI have a sandybridge driver and I get http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z447/Aaron_Holmes1/Screenshotfrom2013-01-22000723_zpsbafdf6db.png graphic artefacts00:10
k1l_!antivirus | sammuchann00:10
ubottusammuchann: Antivirus is something you don't need on !Linux. except where files are then passed to windows computers (perhaps using samba), See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Antivirus00:10
washuu_dewhen updating to oneiric00:10
k1l_!notunity | washuu_de00:11
ubottuwashuu_de: Ubuntu 11.10 and higher use 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 !classic00:11
blkaddersammuchann: ClamAV seems to be the most commonly used solution.00:11
RamsramboHow do I add swap to my clean install now ?00:11
ukbeasthttp://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z447/Aaron_Holmes1/Screenshotfrom2013-01-22000723_zpsbafdf6db.png has anyone else gotten this00:11
k1l_IboS: how does that related to ubuntu support?00:12
maheanuu_I have been trying to learn linux/ubuntu for over a year now, and am the only one on the island that uses it, besides i only deal in english and here it is either Tahitian or French, and my tech ability there is worse than it is in english00:12
ubottuUbuntu 11.10 and higher use 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 !classic00:12
IboSk1l_: where to look for then ?00:12
IboShow to contact the autor of a programm ?00:12
k1l_IboS: look in the manpage00:13
ukbeastso unity is causing these glitches?00:13
RamsramboHow do I add swap to my clean install now ? on ubuntu 12.1000:13
ukbeastSo I switch to gnome3?00:14
washuu_deShould I install  gnome-shell after the upgrade. Is that what ubotto wants to tell me?00:14
escott!gnome3 | ukbeast00:14
ubottuukbeast: GNOME 3 is the desktop environment on which Unity is based.  To use GNOME Shell instead of Unity, install the "gnome-shell" package and investigate "gnome-tweak-tool". GNOME 3 is not supported under Natty/11.04, and may break your system if installed from alternate sources.00:14
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escottRamsrambo, if you dont have space for a partition you can make a swapfile00:15
k1l_washuu_de: do you know what you want in the first place?00:15
washuu_deI want to upgrade without having Unity as platform00:16
k1l_washuu_de: the bots message tells you to go with gnome-panel if you want a gnome2 lookalike00:16
washuu_deHi k1l...00:16
maheanuu_I am not finding Network Manager anywhere in 12.04, but going Cat5 I work fine thru the router, and my Asus TF700 wireless hooks up perfectly, I am trying to get the both together on wireless so that I can use the notebook when I go interisle to Papeete and Moorea00:16
Ramsramboescott: pl guide me creating it now bcos free is showing nothing00:16
ukbeastthanks, I'll try that00:16
modemwho needs networkmanager00:17
* modem uses wpa_supplicant all the way.00:17
escottRamsrambo, find the section "Four-step Process to Add Swap File"00:17
escottRamsrambo, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SwapFaq#How_do_I_add_more_swap.3F00:17
washuu_deWill that work after the upgrade. I just install the gnome package ?00:17
maheanuu_washuu_de,  I removed the Unity asap as I hated it, and went back to the classic00:18
maheanuu_modem, I cannot find anyway to go wireless on the notebook, but it worked before I did my last upgrade00:19
washuu_de@mahenuu So you know how to :-)00:19
washuu_de@maheanuu So you know how to :-)00:20
maheanuu_I fumbled my way through it, by using Google and asking lots and lots of questions00:20
maheanuu_washuu_de, that above was for you00:20
maheanuu_I am still learning, not as fast as before, at the ripe ol age of 75 my synapses are slowing down a bit00:21
washuu_deI must have missed it. Paste it to chat, please.00:22
maheanuu_washuu_de, Google "Removing Unity and returning to Gnome and bob's yer uncle00:22
wjtaylorwhat package installs the xchat indicator in gnome?00:23
maheanuu_I have spent the better part of today trying to set up home networking between my new tablet and my old Toshiba Laptop...00:23
xetanew user, new install, trying to troubleshoot bluetooth dev, a scribbler2 robot connecting to an azio doggle...00:23
xetabluetooth manager connects and pairs...python shell wont init rfcomm00:24
maheanuu_wjtaylor, do an "apt-get install xchat and you should have no problems that is in the terminal00:24
econdudeawesomeHowdy. I'm trying to open a FoxPro CDX file -- i think it's a metadata file for a .DBF file?-- any one know of a valid program that works? The encoding seems odd when I use head/cat or python to view00:24
maheanuu_wjtaylor, do not use the quotation mark00:25
wjtaylormaheanuu_: I did, but it doesn't minimize to the tray in gnome...00:25
xetagot it to work once but cant replicate it00:25
maximoMsg nickserv identify Maximo00:26
maheanuu_Mine doesn't either, I have to go to Applications to open it00:26
maheanuu_wjtaylor, the above post is for you00:27
pwfhas anyone seen hulu struggle with HD video?00:27
pwfyoutube 1080p is smooth as butter00:27
ScuniziThis is unusual.. I've got an mp4 video from a camcorder that plays in every other video player that I have EXCEPT VLC.  It did a week ago and now doesn't. I figure I messed something up but I can't find the possible switch.  Both video and audio are gone but it looks like it's playing. Any suggestions welcome00:27
pwfhulu can barely do 'medium'00:27
wjtaylorthe joke is I figured this out before, but forgot to write it down....00:27
escottpwf, hulu is flash so thats not very surprising00:28
maheanuu_wjtaylor, I have the same prob, but at the age of 75 I have an excuse00:28
pwfescott: youtube is flash too00:30
pwfit works great00:30
washuu_dedamn... wrong00:30
maheanuu_Anyone available to help me walk thru a wireless homenetwork setup on a Toshiba laptop with Ubuntu 12.04 installed and a Asus TF700 Running fine on wireless00:30
escottpwf, are you sure you are using flash based youtube not HTML5?00:30
pwfhtml5 youtube has hardware acceleration? hmmm00:31
Ramsramboescott : Thanks for that link I was able to add the swap and free is showing the actual available free swap mem now00:31
pwfno it's flash, i see the flash menu when i do right click > settings00:31
* washuu_de is away: Away00:31
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escottpwf, in that case the videos must be encoded in such a way as to be easier to decode00:32
pwfit does say playback is accelerated, but not decoding00:32
pwfhow can i enable hardware decoding? is it just hardware dependent?00:32
pwfi need to upgrage the CPU in my htpc anyways00:32
pwfi guess that's how i'll solve it00:32
maximoquestion: how do I check my present version?00:33
tekkbuzzanyone know the command to find the Not-Installed pkg. containing some file?00:33
quinn_Hey everyone, Ubuntu is a little slow on my machine, and it seems to be graphics related00:33
Ramsramboescott: Just one more Q I keep getting this "sorry ubuntu 12.10 has experienced an internal error" for most apps that I access00:34
quinn_Do you think it would be ok to install the nonfree driver?00:34
maheanuubak, dunno where I went, but sure left here for outer space I guess00:34
escottRamsrambo, i dont know what you expect us to say about that00:34
escottRamsrambo, i've got a light that comes on in my car every time i drive it. what should I do?00:35
Ramsramboescott: Is it bcos my desktop is too old for this version of ubuntu00:35
maheanuuMy major problem is trying to put together the questions so most of you can understand what I am trying to say00:36
maheanuuRamsrambo, do you mean you get the error when you try to open  VLC, or read a file  or what?00:37
maximoquestion: need to find out my version of ubuntu so to upgrade it?00:38
Ramsramboescott : Yes, video, eveloution, all the utilities ....00:38
maheanuuRamsrambo,  escott, has left00:38
maheanuuHave you tried to do an automatic upgrade?00:39
Ramsrambomaheanuu : yeah! sorry I took him for the reply00:39
maheanuuRamsrambo, I know I get lost in here a lot also00:39
quinn_with laptop-mode-tools, is it install and forget or do you have to do something else?00:39
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Ramsrambomaheanuu : Nope I did a clean install00:40
quinn_!info laptop-mode-tools00:40
ubottulaptop-mode-tools (source: laptop-mode-tools): Tools for Power Savings based on battery/AC status. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.61-1ubuntu1 (quantal), package size 80 kB, installed size 375 kB00:40
fbdystangHi, I have a ubuntu 11.04 server that I would like to manage remotely. What is the best and most effective way to do this?00:40
quinn_Probably SSH00:41
maheanuuA clean install does not upgrade the drivers all the time and like myself, after I did the last upgrade, I lost all my passwords and a lot more and have just about caught up again00:41
k1l_fbdystang: you should consider upgrading the server first. 11.04 is out of support00:41
fbdystangI am running an open ACS server that requires an old postgresql version, so updates don't work00:42
Ramsrambomaheanuu : what can I do now ? to get rid of this problem00:42
maheanuuWhere I am, no one uses Linux, and if they did they would not help, knowledge is power here, and you do NOT let that get away from you...   Bein an old navy chiefm, I believe that the more I work with others the more we both learn and the better off we all are, but that is just me00:43
fbdystangDoes SSH provide a GUI or just command line? If GUI, please point in direction.00:44
quinn_I believe there are GUIs for SSH00:44
quinn_I wouldn't know for sure though00:44
Ramsrambomaheanuu : I appreciate your view towards solving a problem00:44
vifanqHow to configure a wifi interface? I had it as option during installation, but I selected to use ethernet00:48
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maheanuuRamsrambo, try this00:50
apophissshi, looking for some direction... i set up a friend with 12.04 last night at a location with no network... it's a stock 12.04 32 bit install, i'd like to burn some packages (vlc, plugins for video, etc) on dvd to transport it to the computer and update00:51
apophisssi'm wondering if there is an easy way to download the packages as well as their dependancies?00:51
maheanuuvifanq, I am trying to find out the same thing, but no answers so far00:51
quinn_I can't adjust the brightness on my laptop, it just stays the same00:52
quinn_How do I change it?00:52
maheanuuI have a tablet working fine on wifim, but the notebook running ubuntu doesn't even see the router unless I am cat 5 to it00:52
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FunkyELFIf I want to use proprietary drivers should I go with NVidia or AMD?00:54
maheanuuI do not, apparently have any drivers for wifi in Ubuntu 12.04.....   I did before I upgraded last week, and now that I have the tablet, I want to network the 2 and also gain the ability to work together, but no joy00:54
FunkyELFwhich has the best experience on Ubuntu?00:54
maheanuuFunkyELF, what are you running00:55
quinn_NVIDIA by far00:55
quinn_Intel's the best in my experience though00:55
apophissshi, looking for some direction... i set up a friend with 12.04 last night at a location with no network... it's a stock 12.04 32 bit install, i'd like to burn some packages (vlc, plugins for video, etc) on dvd to transport it to the computer and update00:55
apophisssi'm wondering if there is an easy way to download the packages as well as their dependancies?00:55
quinn_I'm on an AMD computer and I hate it00:55
tripelbHelp, I got a bad install and got stuck in grub recovery. Can't get to windows. Maybe I did something wrong in partition, I gave it one partition, figured swap and whatever would be carved out of the 20G. Right now I want to get the copy of lubuntu I downloaded off my nexus 7 and I need windows for that. Then the future....00:55
FunkyELFmaheanuu, what do you mean?  I have a 1090T 6 core processor w/ 8GB RAM and a video card that I'm likely to return within 30 days00:56
mojtabaDoes anybody know a step by step tutorial to configure openvpn?00:56
mojtabaI am pretty new to linux00:56
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mojtabaIf anybody knows movie, that is better.00:56
wjtaylor_I found the way to add the xchat to the systray in gnome if anyone cares....00:56
mojtabaI want to configure openvpn on my computer in office and use to connect to it from windows and android.00:57
mojtabaBecause actually I am going to go to the trip.00:57
tripelbmojtaba: did you try this http://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source/documentation/howto.html00:57
PoolShark_hi hi00:57
mojtabaI want to pass the filtering.00:57
FunkyELFquinn_, what about video acceleration?  I have a Radeon HD 7700 that I got last week.  I've installed Ubuntu 2 or 3 times, Linux Mint 4 or 5 times with different desktop environments trying to get good performance out of this card.  Just today with the newly released (yesterday) 13.1 fglrx drivers I finally have okay performance, but I was looking at switching to NVidia00:58
mojtabaAny simpler step by step documentation or movie is highly appreciated.00:58
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tripelbWelcome mojtaba00:58
mojtabatripelb: Thank you very much00:58
maheanuuFunkyELF, I am running an ASUS TF700 with 64 Gigs and a 32Gig mini Sd and it is fantastic, running wireless, but I am stuck on Cat5 on this Toshiba and I cannot find anyway to set up any wireless at all00:58
tripelb!ask | mojtaba00:58
ubottumojtaba: 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 !patience00:58
mojtabaubottu: ok, thanks00:59
mojtabatripelb: what is !ask | mojtaba00:59
tripelb wjtaylor I care, after I vet it installed that is. Groan. Tell me. OK tomPM too.01:00
maheanuuWithout wireless, at present, I cannot network the tablet and the laptop,01:00
memand!ubottu | mojtaba01:00
ubottumojtaba: Hi! I'm #ubuntu's favorite infobot, you can search my brain yourself at http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi | Usage info: http://ubottu.com/devel/wiki/Plugins | Bot channels and general info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Bots01:00
mojtabaubottu: ok01:00
ubottuYou're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)01:00
mojtabaThank you01:00
tripelb wjtaylor_  (correctnick) I care, after I vet it installed that is. Groan. Tell me. OK tomPM too.01:01
NasugaDoes anybody have an idea on how to restore grub after installing Windows XP with a live cd of ubuntu?01:01
marshallhey ubuntu01:03
tripelbmojtaba: look up, it makes the info-bot ubottu  tell you something. The thing is they want the entire question on one line. Then you wait. I am waiting, meanwhile, I found your VPN tutorial. Cool eh?01:03
mojtabatripelb: what is info-bot?01:04
memandNasuga: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2/Installing#Reinstalling_GRUB_201:04
Nasugamemand: Thansk01:04
mojtabatripelb: Thank you by the way.01:04
tripelb /join #ubuntu-offtopic01:04
marshallhow do I make it so that when a user runs a certain shell script, all of the files they create will belong to a group that the user belongs to, but isn't their primary group? is there a way to say "just use this group as the primary group for this shell session"?01:05
apophissshi, looking for some direction... i set up a friend with 12.04 last night at a location with no network... it's a stock 12.04 32 bit install, i'd like to burn some packages (vlc, plugins for video, etc) on dvd to transport it to the computer and update01:05
apophisssi'm wondering if there is an easy way to download the packages as well as their dependancies?01:05
airdemis it okay to backup / via "tar -cpf"?01:06
hd1can I burn a bootable usb key of Ubuntu, if so, how?01:06
Ubunturificusing what OS to create the Key?01:07
memandmarshall: You could write some aliases into the ~.bashrc01:07
ubuntu-testerapophisss: apt-get download01:08
apophissshe has no internet from the computer01:08
barbori4_has anyone ever backed up their is cisco ios to ubuntu01:08
apophisssi have internet from mine, want to dl the packages and transport on burned DVD to the computer01:08
quinn_I can't change the brightness on my laptop, what's going on?01:08
hd1Mac OS X, Ubunturific01:09
barbori4_I just need link that shows me what to do to back up my router IOS to my linux machine01:09
tripelbThis channel is only for tech question and answer. Often is helps busy. This is the side talk channel entry command. I just joined it.   /join #ubuntu-offtopic01:09
tripelbThis channel is only for tech question and answer. Often is helps busy. This is the side talk channel entry command. I just joined it.   /join #ubuntu-offtopic mojtaba01:09
apophisssquinn_ the FN+brightness keys don't work? Brightness and lock in the control panel doesn't work?01:09
memandapophisss: apt-get download [package] downloads the .deb file01:10
apophissswith dependancies?01:11
craigbass1976quinn_, what are you running?  I was about to ask the same thing.  Acer 7750 here, but a 5517 worked great.01:11
ubuntu-testerapophisss: or better: apt-get install --download-only [packages...]01:11
quinn_I have an Acer AO725-048701:11
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quinn_The meter and fn keys display and work01:11
quinn_but the brightness itself does not change01:12
ubuntu-testerapophisss: then burn package cache to CD01:12
apophisssi'd like to build the dvd from a windows machine...01:12
* hd1 wonders if http://ubuntu-rescue-remix.org/files/URR/iso/ubuntu-rescue-remix-12-04.iso will work for rescuing his ubuntu installation01:12
memandquinn_: have they been working before?01:12
craigbass1976memand, probably not.  I'm reading a lot about trouble with them.01:13
quinn_no, this is a new install01:15
apophisssif i grab the vlc package from here: http://packages.ubuntu.com/precise/vlc download it with all the listed dependencies, will it work with a non-updated stock install of 12.04 32 bit?01:16
tripelbI found some manual partitioning instructions so I am leaving to try them on my own. I see I have to create swap etc and did not. Onward.01:16
BaribalHi. I want to update only grub-pc to proposed, so I wrote this /etc/apt/preferences: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1557187/     However, when I do apt-get update, I see no mention of proposed, and apt-get install grub-pc won't update the pacage. What am I doing wrong?01:17
quinn_no, this is a new install01:17
fooooooohello all can someone tell me how to display temperature in Celsius rather than Fahrenheit for ubuntu and xsensors01:18
memandquinn_: try doing 'cat /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness |& curl -F sprunge=@- sprunge.us' and send me the link that comes back :)01:19
mojtabaDid you find any tutorial for openvpn?01:21
maheanuuWell, I guess that it is back to Google, and the mine,  perhaps my questions are too easy for the hoi paloi, or I just do not know how to ask them, as pretty much usual, I end up working for about a week finding out how to do these things on my own.......01:21
mojtabaserver and client side is highly appreciated.01:22
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memandquinn_: u there?01:23
ubuntu-testermojtaba: have you read the official one? http://openvpn.net/howto.html01:24
mojtabaubuntu-tester: That is difficult for me as I am new to linux era.01:25
craigbass1976quinn_, you have a number pad on your laptop?01:25
ubuntu-testermojtaba: but vpn setup isn't something that can be done with one click, without understanding, cause it's about security01:27
mojtabaubuntu-tester: Do you know any step by step video?01:28
ubuntu-testermojtaba: you have to learn some tech details01:28
memandcraigbass1976: I think quinn_ fell asleep :P01:28
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mojtabaubuntu-tester: If you know any step by step movie like, please kindly share it with me.01:29
craigbass1976memand, Aww, balls.  I just fixed my number pad and thought he'd (she'd?) like to know.01:29
ubuntu-testermojtaba: alternatively, you can use one of paid vpn services, they provide one-click solutions01:29
dfc302whats up guys01:30
memandcraigbass1976: what fixed it?01:30
mojtabaActually I want to configure it on my computer in my office and connect to it to dismiss filtering while I am away.01:30
mojtabaubuntu-tester: Actually I want to configure it on my computer in my office and connect to it to dismiss filtering while I am away.01:30
ubuntu-testermojtaba: i don't know any video guides (you can search youtube). but i can help you with setup01:31
memanddfc302: sup?01:31
mojtabaubuntu-tester: Actually I have installed it, but I really do appreciate if you can help me.01:31
ubuntu-testermojtaba: pm me01:31
craigbass1976changing XKBOPTIONS="" to XKBOPTIONS="numpad:microsoft" in /etc/default/keyboard01:32
craigbass1976memand, ^^01:32
craigbass1976memand, the brightness solutions look like HACKS...01:32
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memandcraigbass1976: Aaah, the good old "made by MS" probæem :P01:32
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craigbass1976memand, they DO cause a lot of problems, don't they...01:34
memandcraigbass1976: Let's just say that I'm not a fan01:35
sfdve1213anyone here support with Netflix-desktop install?01:37
dr_willissfdve1213:  all i can say is that it worked for me.. other then that..  ;)01:37
dr_willissfdve1213:  and it can be sluggish01:37
sfdve1213dr_willis: ok. I was trying to install it on Mint13 and got to the player; I have sound but no video01:38
memandcraigbass1976: /etc/default/keyboard is where ubuntu keeps it's keyboar bindings? Or is it where it sets the kb setup?01:38
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craigbass1976memand, I think setup.  Wouldn't bindings be somewhee in ~/ ?01:39
memandcraigbass1976: Yeah, I think you'r right about that ;)01:39
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memandcraigbass1976: I can't say for sure though since I'm not on a ubuntu setup. But yeah probably somewhere in ~/.config/*01:40
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dr_willisi rarely mess with keybindings.. some are handled by gnome some are handled by compiz01:44
memanddr_willis: True that :) I'm wondering why no one is taking up the task of making a better composite manager than compiz (that can do equally awesome stuff)01:46
dr_willismemand:  because its a thankless grueling task. ;)01:47
memanddr_willis: Aint everything made for Linux just that? ;)01:48
php42hello, how do i restore backups using backup-manager ?01:48
php42i'm doing incremental backups to S301:48
dr_willismemand:   ever check out 'metesse' (i think i spelt it right) it was a WM/desktop that had neater features then compiz01:49
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helloworldHello World! I have ubuntu installed, but i would like to switch to linux mint. my computer does not have a disk drive. does anyone know how to do this?01:51
craigbass1976memand, fixed brightness too!01:52
dr_willishelloworld:  you mean you have no cdrom drive?01:52
Hilikushow can i check if a burnt iso is not corrupted?01:52
jda2000helloworld, does you computer have PXE boot capability.01:52
memanddr_willis: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbrfy-HN4Gw01:52
dr_willis!md5 | Hilikus01:52
ubottuHilikus: 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_Windows01:52
helloworldthere is not optical drive, and i do not know what PXE boot capability is01:53
jda2000helloworld, Or should I say can it boot from the network adapter?01:53
dr_willisHilikus:  check the md5 sum of the burnt cd01:53
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helloworldit can do that01:53
dr_willishelloworld:  use a bootable flash drive.. and i really suggest just sticking to Ubuntu01:53
dr_willisthe cd also has some sort of verify option i thought01:53
Hilikusdr_willis: i saw that one, but it is to checksum the original iso and compare it to a number online, what i want is to checksum the created cd with all the files inside to see if it matches the content of the original iso01:53
jda2000helloworld, I guess I should have asked if you can boot from a flas drive first.01:54
dr_willisHilikus:  if the checksum of the burnt cd  is the same as the iso. that sort of confirms its good.01:54
memandjda2000: :P01:54
Hilikusdr_willis: how do i checksum a cd? it will give one checksum for each file, whereas the iso is a single file01:54
dr_willisHilikus:  i recall the live cds haveing some verify option that checked the files also.01:55
dr_willis Hilikus  md5sum /dev/cdrom01:55
helloworld_sorry, my computer derped01:55
helloworld_was it jda2000 that was helping me?01:56
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jda2000it was dr_willis01:57
dr_willishelloworld_:  booting/installing from flash drive is commonplace.. i suggest sticking to ubuntu.01:57
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helloworld_i tried to install from a USB, but it did not work01:57
dr_willisthen either you made the usb wrong, or dident tell the pc to boot the usb.. or it cant boot fromusb01:58
Crazy_SpaiQ: Is there a way to reset your theme and all with Unity?01:58
jda2000helloworld_, USB flash or DVD?01:58
Crazy_SpaiI have a weird issues where menu items have a white background but white text as well.01:58
Crazy_SpaiIt's quite buggy.01:58
quinn_I installed the proprietary AMD driver and now it has a watermark that says it's unsupported. I'm at a tty right now and I NEED THIS TO WORK VERY SOON. PLEASE HELP01:58
dr_willisCrazy_Spai:  all your settings are in .compiz and .config for the most part. You could rename those 2 dirs. and relog in01:58
quinn_I need to get back to the open source driver01:58
Crazy_Spaidr_willis: Thank you very much.01:58
adamkquinn_: So uninstall the proprietary driver.01:58
helloworld_when i booted from the usb, it said "non-system disk. press any key to reboot"01:58
dr_willisquinn_:  i belive theres a answer to that on askubuntu.com how to turnoff the watermark01:59
memandquinn_: What drivers did you install for what?01:59
quinn_flgrx or whatever for a Radeon 729001:59
adamkquinn_: Presumably you used the Ubuntu driver installer (jockey) to install the drivers, right, since that's the supported method?  Just use the jockey to turn it off.01:59
jda2000helloworld_, so it didn't get far enough along to break you ubuntu system.....01:59
quinn_But if the GUI doesn't work...01:59
adamkYou didn't say the GUI doesn't work...02:00
helloworld_jda2000: what does that mean02:00
quinn_I said I was at a TTY, but I can't be pedantic right now02:00
adamkquinn_: So use 'apt-get remove fglrx*' to remove fglrx.02:00
jda2000helloworld_, you can still boot ubuntu?02:00
adamkquinn_: Maybe you can't, but I can.  What you said is not the same as "the GUI isn't working" :-)02:00
julian-delphikithere are other ways to get to a TTY than having the gui not work02:01
julian-delphikiso, adamk is correct02:01
quinn_Okay, it's removing02:01
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helloworld_jda2000: if I remove the flash drive or change the boot priority, ubuntu loads normally02:01
adamkquinn_: As dr_willis said, you could also go through the steps to remove the watermark, but you will also need to check the Xorg log file to see why Xorg failed in the first place.02:02
jda2000helloworld_, OK, how much free space do you have on your hard drive?02:02
quinn_Restarting the computer..02:02
helloworld_jda2000: im not sure about the free space, but the whole thing is 160 gigs02:03
n3tw0rk401Xorg -configure02:03
n3tw0rk401that will create a new xorg file for you02:03
jda2000helloworld_, try df02:03
helloworld_hold on02:03
helloworld_jda200: it says 54266402:04
quinn_I had another question - brightness adjustment doesn't work on my machine. The FN keys show the little toggle menu, and the bar will move according to how I press buttons02:04
quinn_But the brightness of the screen itself does not change.02:04
jda2000helloworld_, have you backe everything up?02:05
memandquinn_: try doing 'cat /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness |& curl -F sprunge=@- sprunge.us' and send me the link that comes back :)02:05
jda2000helloworld_, have you backed everything up?02:05
helloworld_no, but there is nothing on m system i want to keep02:05
quinn_The first command comes up saying 002:06
n3tw0rk401echo "7" > /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness02:06
jda2000helloworld_, what did you put on the USB drive before you tried to boot it?02:06
quinn_The first command comes up saying 002:06
helloworld_jda2000: like, ever?02:06
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quinn_curling the link02:07
ubuntu"/server rizonbnc.us.rizon.net 1234 sh1nji:kil.,m02:07
quinn_nothing's coming up so far02:07
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jda2000helloworld_, no, how did you prepare it for the install.02:08
quinn_Nothing's coming up with that curl02:09
memandquinn_: try 'cat /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/max_brightness |& curl -F sprunge=@- sprunge.us'02:10
helloworld_jda2000: i used unetbootin to make a bootable usb with the iso i wanted, i plugged it in, changed the bios settings02:10
quinn_Max brightness comes up as 1002:11
jda2000helloworld_, that sounds about right.02:11
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quinn_Nothing's coming up with curl02:12
quinn_!info curl02:12
helloworld_jda2000: but when i boot up, it says "non-system disk. press any key to reboot"02:12
ubottucurl (source: curl): command line tool for transferring data with URL syntax. In component main, is optional. Version 7.27.0-1ubuntu1 (quantal), package size 143 kB, installed size 365 kB02:12
dr_willishelloworld_:  sounds like either the usb was made wrong. or its not seeing the usb first02:12
jda2000helloworld_, What kind of CPU do you have?02:12
julian-delphikiquinn_: what happened then you curl'd02:12
memandquinn_: Ok, then try 'sudo echo 10 > sudo /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness'02:12
helloworld_jda200: i have no idea02:13
jda2000helloworld_, This is just a shot in the dark but did you remove the USB from the drive before you re-booted?02:13
helloworld_jda2000: no02:13
jda2000helloworld_, This is just a shot in the dark but did you remove the USB from the socket.02:14
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helloworld_jda2000: no02:14
jda2000helloworld_, at this point it looks like something went wrong with the preparation of the USB drive but I don't have a clue as to what.02:15
cfhowletthelloworld_, drives do go bad ...02:15
memandquinn_: Did anything happen when you did 'sudo echo 10 > sudo /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness' ?02:15
dr_willishelloworld_:  theres alterantive tools to make usb flash from isos at the pendrivelinux web site02:15
Coreymemand: NO.02:16
Coreymemand: You cannot redirect the output of sudo.02:16
quinn_let me check02:16
helloworld_jda2000: when i look at the files on the usb, there are some .exe files. does this mean the os i want can only be installed on windows?02:16
jda2000helloworld_, That02:16
quinn_Didn't work02:16
jda2000helloworld_, seems a bit odd.02:17
memandCorey: Then how would you recommend doing?02:17
julian-delphikisudo sh -c "echo 10 > /sys/class/backlights/acpi_video0/brightness"02:17
Coreymemand: printf "foo" | sudo tee /etc/file02:17
CoreyI'm sure there's a factoid somewhere for that.02:17
julian-delphikior this, memand:  sudo sh -c "echo 10 > /sys/class/backlights/acpi_video0/brightness"02:17
julian-delphikishould work02:17
jtrucksanyone worked with spideroak headless on multiple systems?02:18
jda2000helloworld_, You didn't see any error mesages as the USB drive was being set up?02:18
quinn_Was I supposed to put in the quotes too?02:18
helloworld_jda2000: in unetbootin?02:18
jda2000helloworld_, right.02:18
memandquinn_: Try the command that julian-delphiki wrote above you02:18
helloworld_jda2000: nope02:18
quinn_it puts a > before lines02:19
jda2000helloworld_, I like dr_willis's suggestion that there are other tools out there to make a bootable USB drive.02:19
quinn_Nothing else comes up..02:19
helloworld_jda2000: the ones i can find are all .exes02:19
memandquinn_: what do you mean it put's a > ?02:19
AufwindHi, I just updated my Ubuntu machine including some proprietary nvidia drivers and my Display which had usually a high Resolution (32 inches) is now "downgraded to" 1280x760. And this is the highest resolution I can select in settings. Any ideas what could have been broken? If you need more informaition to help me just let me know please. Don't know where to start. :-)02:20
jda2000helloworld_, Hmm...02:20
dr_willispendrivelinux site has them for linux and windows.. and with newer disrtos you can just 'dd' the iso file straight to the usb02:20
quinn_If I hit return, it goes one line down and just has a > and then a flashing line02:20
madpropsshould i logout for update-alternative changes to take effect?02:21
memandquinn_: Ok, pres ctrl+c02:21
julian-delphikiquinn_: hit control-c, and then type sudo bash -c "echo 10 > /sys/class/backlights/acpi_video0/brightness"02:21
helloworld_dr_willis: i just do "dd isonamehere.iso"  ?02:21
dr_willishelloworld_:  you have to tell it where to go.02:21
helloworld_dr_willis: how02:21
quinn_same result02:21
dr_willishelloworld_:  and if you tell it the wrong device = erased hd02:21
julian-delphikiquinn_: and nothing is happening to your backlight?02:22
dr_willishelloworld_:  sudo dd if=theisofile.iso of=/dev/sdX                  where X = a,b,c,d  or whatever letter your usb is02:22
quinn_Nothing seems to be changing..02:22
helloworld_dr_willis: thank you, iwill try that02:22
julian-delphikiquinn_: try this command then02:22
quinn_The hardware keys act like I'm changing it, but the brightness isn't changing02:22
dr_willisquinn_:  it may be easier to be trying these echos from a root shell. that way the sudo redirection is not confuseing thingsd02:22
jda2000helloworld_, in fact, I see usb-creator-gtk on my Ubuntu system....02:22
julian-delphikiecho 10 | sudo tee /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness02:23
dr_willishelloworld_:  get the wrong drive letter = erased hard drive..   so watch out02:23
julian-delphikitry that quinn_^02:23
cfhowlettjda2000, not sure it's not standard on ALL buntu's.  It's on my xubuntu as well02:23
helloworld_dr willis: how do i find out what letter the usb is02:23
julian-delphikiquinn_: after you ctrl-c to make sure you're out of the >'s02:23
dr_willishelloworld_:  sudo blkid02:23
helloworld_dr_willis: thank you02:23
quinn_oK, i AM ROOT02:24
usr13 !openvpn helloworld_ sudo fdisk -l02:24
ubottuusr13: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)02:24
julian-delphikiquinn_: hmm, that wasn't the intent...02:24
elise0011Hi I did a pastebin under elise001, Would appreciate help with broken dependencies on my Ubuntu laptop. Now on Windows 8 machine. Prefer Ubuntu, when it is working.02:24
memandjulian-delphiki: Do you know if the backlight can be controled elsewhere?02:24
helloworld_usr13: what was that02:24
julian-delphikimemand: only if it has a diff video driver...02:24
quinn_It prints back 1002:24
quinn_And nothing else02:24
usr13helloworld_: It's a command that will show you the device names of your HDs02:24
cfhowlettelise0011, and the pastebin url is ... ?02:24
elise0011And how do I change my name to elise001 here on irc please?02:25
helloworld_usr13: thx02:25
usr13helloworld_: NP02:25
julian-delphikiquinn_: pastebin the output of  "ls -lR /sys/class/backlight"02:25
memandquinn_: then try 'printf 10 | sudo tee /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness'02:25
dr_willissudo cat /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness02:25
dr_willis 02:25
elise0011cfhowlett: I have to figure that out.02:25
dr_willisshows the value of that variable also. ;)02:25
dr_williselise0011:  /nick pick-a-nick02:26
cfhowlettelise0011, do the paste and copy/paste the url in the channel02:26
julian-delphikiquinn_: again with a capital R please.02:27
elise0011cfhowlett: http://pastebin.com/e5GAwMgX02:28
jc___I installed a new network card and installed the drivers off the CD. I need to blacklist rt2800, but even though I have rt2800pci rt2800usb tr2800lib  and rt2x00lib usb pci blacklisted they are still loading! how can I make them stop?02:28
cfhowlettelise0011, grr.  I'm in China and for some reason, the great firewall is blocking that url today ... among others.02:28
julian-delphikiquinn_: and what video card do you have?02:29
elise0011cfhowlett: Funny, your name does not sound Chinese. I am near Stanford University. A few miles away.02:29
quinn_Radeon HD 729002:29
quinn_It's on an AMD C-70 APU02:29
cfhowlettelise0011,  I'm an American in China.  :)02:30
samba35i have 3 linux system and some time confused with hostname and ip and port  so , is there any way to get login prompt with system name (and /or with  uname -a) detail at ssh login prompt02:30
memandquinn_: try this 'xbacklight -dec 40'02:30
dr_willissamba35:  thers 1000's of ways to customise your bash prompt. checkout the 'bash prompt howto' at tldp.org02:30
shortstraw8Anyone have google-talk installed, I'm running 12.04 an the packages they give for plugins do not work02:30
memandquinn_: or 'xbacklight -inc 40'02:31
dr_willissamba35:  as for befor the login. theres the MOTD file you can alter. but ssh may not show that02:31
elise0011Can anybody besides cfhowlett help me with my broken Ubuntu system on my other laptop, please?02:31
Seven_Six_TwoI am having trouble with one of my 250gb sata drives. There are "splicing" errors when I try to copy files from the drive to another drive (ext4 to ext4). I only have ext4, except for my external drives.02:31
elise0011I have broken dependencies. About to flood. Sorry.02:32
quinn_Neither of those did anything02:32
julian-delphikielise0011: paste bin02:32
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samba35ok thanks02:32
elise0011http://pastebin.com/e5GAwMgX    Maybe not flood.02:32
Seven_Six_TwoThe partition locks up when I try to read a file, but reappears after a reboot.02:32
memandquinn_: and it did not complay that xbacklight was not installed?02:33
quinn_I installed it02:33
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quinn_It told me it wasn't installed, so I installed it02:33
dr_willisSeven_Six_Two:  sounds like a HD is failing. or vry bad fs curruption02:33
julian-delphikiquinn_: i have an idea. reboot with acpi_backlight=vendor as a kernel parameter02:33
quinn_How do I do that?02:33
elise0011sudo apt-get install -f        is not working.02:33
elise0011charlie/Guest66435: How did you change your name on irc please?02:34
dr_williselise0011:   /nick Pick-a-nick02:35
julian-delphikielise0011, pretty sure that's already been explained to you.02:35
julian-delphikielise0011: /nick elisesnewnick02:35
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Seven_Six_Twodr_willis, that's what I was thinking, but it's not getting worse, and not making noise. SMART says clean02:35
quinn_How do I do that?02:35
dr_willisSeven_Six_Two:  ive seen hds fail/die/come back to life... ;) work for a week.. then die again02:35
Seven_Six_Twodr_willis, it's also not refusing to mount or forcing a scan when I boot.02:36
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Seven_Six_Twoyeah, I just bought a 2TB drive tonight, but I'02:36
julian-delphikiquinn_: it requires getting into grub prompt :S02:36
Seven_Six_TwoI'm trying to save what I can first.02:36
dr_willisSeven_Six_Two:  may be time ti learn how to use ddrescue ;)02:36
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Seven_Six_Twodr_willis, not heard. distro?02:36
quinn_I'm doing this from a different computer02:36
elise0001So how do I fix my broken dependencies please?02:36
dr_willisSeven_Six_Two:  just a tool for imageing/recoverying a hd/partion to a file/hd.02:36
Seven_Six_Twodr_willis, or is it a package?02:36
julian-delphikielise0001: can you re link your paste bin and I will take a look02:37
Seven_Six_Twodr_willis, oh, I'll check that out, thanks02:37
dr_willis ddrescue /dev/hdc hdimage logfile02:37
elise0001julian-delphiki:   sudo apt-get install -f       will repaste02:38
julian-delphikielise0001: what caused this to start?02:39
dr_willisthis may be caused by held packages  --> tried a 'sudo apt-get dist-upgrade'  ?02:40
jda2000I want to drag a bash script onto the launcher and have it stick there.  What keys should I hold down?02:40
julian-delphikielise0001: and this is on a laptop?02:40
jda2000On 12.0402:40
julian-delphikielise0001, yeah, try a "sudo apt-get dist-upgrade"02:40
dr_willisjda2000:  i dont think unity works that way. You may be able to make a .desktop file that launches the script and drag it...02:40
elise0001I think it happened over a week ago when the laptop had problems part way thru an upgrade. Monitor tiles strangely. Maybe have bad video drivers. Flakely computer. Power cord connection flakey.02:41
jda2000dr_willis, Ok THanks I'll google that.02:41
elise0001Got computer from silent auction.02:41
julian-delphikielise0001, yeah, try a "sudo apt-get dist-upgrade"02:42
jc___I can't blacklist rt280002:42
elise0001When monitor tiles, I have to unplug computer from power cord and take battery out and restart.02:42
julian-delphikielise0001: okay, just please run the command02:43
julian-delphikielise0001: don't really need /all/ of the backstory02:43
econdudeawesomehowdy all02:43
econdudeawesomeI am having a hard time figuring out how to get at old CRX database files in Ubuntu02:44
econdudeawesomespecifically the metadata02:44
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elise0001Will go try that now.02:44
julian-delphikiecondudeawesome: so.. chrome extensions02:44
econdudeawesomejulian-delphiki: are you kidding? Sweet. Do you know of a specific one? (Working with FERC data, tiny little buggers not don't appear to be unicode)02:45
julian-delphikiecondudeawesome: i mean, aren't crx files chrome extensions?02:45
fission6i see my ssh port is opened when i scan my IP, but i don't understand what box it is? thatsmy ISP02:45
econdudeawesomejulian-delphiki: no, not chrome extensions unfortunately. Old Visual Fox Pro database files02:45
econdudeawesomejulian-delphiki: they may well share the extensions though02:46
julian-delphikifission6: Do you have your port forwarded in your router?02:46
Coreyecondudeawesome: I'd start digging through the apt repos to see if you can find something that'll get you the data you need.  Then script around it, iterate through.02:46
fission6i don't believe so02:46
econdudeawesomeCorey: I would but I can't figure out the encoding at all02:47
julian-delphikifission6: you have to forward it, if you're behind a router, or you won't be able to publically ssh to it.02:47
fission6i know02:47
fission6thats why i don't understand why port 22 is opened02:47
fission6when i scan my ip02:47
Coreyecondudeawesome: Grab one of them, what does "file" say about it?02:47
julian-delphikifission6: yep, it's open02:47
fission6but why / how02:48
julian-delphikifission6: and you're sure its not the SSH server?02:48
econdudeawesomeCorey: Gotta be cross-listed. Maple Help Database. But the files were created by Visual Fox Pro in the late 90s02:48
somsipfission6: do you ahve a router/cable-modem?02:48
Coreyecondudeawesome: Is this sensitive data, or can you share a file?02:48
fission6yes its paired together somsip02:49
fission6its one device02:49
somsipfission6: and you are scanning from an external source using you ISP allocated IP?02:49
econdudeawesomeCorey: I can share the file. Here is a link from the FERC site: http://www.ferc.gov/docs-filing/forms/form-1/data.asp02:49
somsipfission6: so does your router have access to admin functions through SSH?02:50
Coreyecondudeawesome: 82 MB compressed>02:50
CoreyThis might take some time. :-)02:50
fission6well i mean its one device02:50
julian-delphikifission6: it's probably a port open for them to run diagnostics02:51
econdudeawesomeCorey: yeah, sorry. The actual crx files are only like 8 kb or so...02:51
julian-delphikifission6: however, it is a really old version of ssh...02:51
econdudeawesomethey're metadata for the .dbf files (which open fine with a spreadsheet program)02:51
Coreyecondudeawesome: Downloded.  Okay, let's see here.02:51
fission6julian-delphiki: i agree but still scary no?02:51
julian-delphikifission6: you could always ask them why it's open02:52
fission6i just may02:52
somsipfission6: and you are scanning externaly, like from ShieldsUp or somewhere? Not scanning from your PC?02:52
elise0001Did not work.02:52
elise0001Will pastebin results02:52
fission6somsip yep, why do you ask02:52
julian-delphikisomsip: i just sucessfully connect to it, so yes, fission6 is talking externally02:52
fission6julian-delphiki: how did you connect just ssh?02:53
somsipfission6: because routesr can allow some ports from LAN but denies from WAN. So they appear open on an nmap scan by me, but not from elsewhere02:53
julian-delphikifission6: yes02:53
julian-delphikisomsip: that's not the case here02:53
fission6i think its opened for the ISp02:54
fission6which is nuts02:54
CoreyHmm, none of my usual tools crack it open, econdudeawesome.02:54
econdudeawesomeCorey: okay02:54
vjacobhiya. any ideas on how to proceed with an upgrade from 11.10 to 12.04, if "do-release-upgrade -d" only gives "No new release found" ?02:54
julian-delphikivjacob: does it do anything without the -d?02:55
vjacobthe /etc/lsb-release on the system contains "normal"02:55
vjacobsorry /etc/release-upgrades. meanwhile, /etc/lsb-release correctly reflects the installed system02:56
vjacobjulian-delphiki, no02:56
elise0001julian-delphiki and others:   http://pastebin.com/QH4WVG8E02:56
julian-delphikielise0001.... sudo apt-get dist-upgrade no spaces02:57
julian-delphikibetween dist and upgrade02:57
vjacobjulian-delphiki, if it makes any difference I think I started such an upgrade (and it worked) but interrupted it after 10 seconds02:58
vjacobin the past (had to make a backup first)02:58
vjacoboh well02:58
vjacobI guess 11.10 will serve me fine, security updates seem to install and all02:59
julian-delphikiwell, you could uninstall the package for upgrades and reinstall it02:59
vjacobgood idea02:59
julian-delphikivjacob: apt-get remove --purge update-manager-core02:59
julian-delphikielise0001: why not just reinstall the OS on this?03:00
blackangelhad anyone being lucky enought to get the ati 13 drivers works on ubuntu 12.10 yet?03:01
vjacobjulian-delphiki, I didn't realise that purging ubuntu-desktop would make network-manager disfunctional03:03
texlaI installed Ubuntu-12.04.1 to a 16 gb usb flash drive...When booting I  get the following message;;Out of range cannot display video mode change computer display input to 1600x1200 60mhz..How to fix03:03
vjacobjulian-delphiki, hope that I can get the network back using wicd-curses, so I can reinstall ubuntu-desktop, update-manager-core, etc.03:04
julian-delphikivjacob: oh, ouch, sorry about that03:04
vjacobnot your fault03:04
ubottutexla,: 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 parameter03:05
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texlacfhowlett, The message time out and then the o/s is fine...Monitor set at 1600x1200 4.3 and the o/s display the same03:06
vjacobjulian-delphiki, if I can't find a way to get the network working again, which packages would you guess I should find a way to transfer manually or using a USB connected CDR?03:09
vjacobhopefully USB will work03:10
julian-delphikivjacob: you should be able to mess with /etc/network/interfaces to make network work03:11
asidjazzanyone here konw vpnc well03:11
julian-delphikivjacob: is this on wifi or wired?03:11
asidjazzim trying to setup vpnc on a remote box and i lose internet on it when it successfully connects.. ssh dies.. anyone know what i can do?03:12
vjacobjulian-delphiki, ethernet03:12
php42hello, how do i restore incremental backups that i've backed up to s3 using backup-manager ?03:12
julian-delphikivjacob: then it should work easily.03:12
julian-delphikivjacob: actually, if you do "sudo dhclient eth0" it may pick up an address that way03:12
vjacobjulian-delphiki, actually it's already in there03:13
julian-delphikiand then you can reinstall ubuntu-desktop03:13
cfhowlettphp42, I THINK it's sudo apt-get upgrade --reinstall03:13
HieberHey guys, I just installed 12.10, went through all of the updates and whatnot, but I have an issue: I can't change the status (under the envelope icon) to something other than offline.03:14
Drex_Hello, Software Center is not launching, sometimes throws an error, any advice on how to fix ?03:14
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vjacobjulian-delphiki, that last commands just hangs (blank line, blinking cursor). also "service networking stop" does the same03:15
vjacobany other ideas?03:15
vjacobI'm a bit hesitant to reboot presently, as you might imagine :)03:15
julian-delphikivjacob: well... does "ifconfig" say that it has an IP?03:15
vjacobit doesn't (tried that). also "wicd-curses" never seems to finish 'obtaining IP address' (used to work, AFAIK)03:16
vjacobgetting stranger...03:17
julian-delphikivjacob, hmm, ifconfig eth0 down03:17
julian-delphikivjacob: and then ifconfig eth0 up03:17
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FloodBot1_LoL_: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.03:18
shortstraw8So I downloaded the plugin for hangout(google) the package in downloads reads...... google-talkplugin_current_amd64.deb. If I exract it pulls DEBIAN  ect  opt  usr, and nothing works does this have to be in the file system and if so how do I get it there correctly? running 12.04 ubuntu03:19
cfhowlettshortstraw8, sudo dpkg -i foo.deb us the usual method03:19
acuI have a ubuntu 10.04 with a user name but I do not know the password - however I know the password for root - but I do not know what do I need to press when the system boots to see the CLI - and login as root  - can anyone tell me how ?03:20
imlacu: type su to login as root03:20
acuiml: but I have only the gnome login and there is only one user as option - how can I get to command line interface03:21
shortstraw8cfhowlett, no gives me   dpkg: error processing foo.deb03:22
julian-delphikiacu: ubuntu doesn't have a root login by default, unless you enabled it...03:22
elise0001Stiil not working. Please see   http://pastebin.com/kC2DTYPb03:22
vjacobjulian-delphiki, didn't work I am afraid (sorry for being difficult here)03:22
cfhowlettacu if you can log in as root, just reset the user password03:22
julian-delphikivjacob: hrmm..03:22
cfhowlettshortstraw8, sorry, that was my best shot.  ask again in channel.03:23
julian-delphikivjacob: i'd reboot :S03:23
acuis there a way to boot in cli not gdm ? Grub is not installed it seem03:23
raven_well i have no sound, when i watched tutorials on youtube they said i should install some package because i have an 8core amd, but i cant find it in the software center, i also havent installed my graphics because theres a few options and i dont know which is best03:23
shortstraw8So I downloaded the plugin for hangout(google) the package in downloads reads...... google-talkplugin_current_amd64.deb. If I exract it pulls DEBIAN  ect  opt  usr, and nothing works does this have to be in the file system and if so how do I get it there correctly? running 12.04 ubuntu03:23
bazhang!nox | acu03:23
ubottuacu: 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%20Mode03:23
cfhowlettacu, boot into recovery mode will bring you to CLI03:23
zero_coderhello , i had been using windows alongside ubuntu , but now i have moved windows free , i have got freed paritions , how can i merge it with ubuntu's main partition??03:23
cfhowlettacu, grub IS installed03:23
raven_can anyone help me?03:23
julian-delphikishortstraw8: you have to install that, not extract it.03:24
bazhang!gparted | zero_coder03:24
ubottuzero_coder: gparted is a !GTK/!Gnome !GUI partitioning program. Type « sudo apt-get install gparted » in a console to install it - A GParted "live" CD is available at http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php03:24
imlacu: try ctrl-alt-f2 to switch to a console, not sure what login prompt you will get though03:24
cfhowlettzero_coder, boot an ubuntu USB/CD and use gparted03:24
raven_can anyone help me to get my sound to work03:24
vjacobjulian-delphiki, working again!03:24
vjacobjulian-delphiki, I don't understand what happened exactly :)03:24
julian-delphikivjacob: meh :P03:25
zero_codercan i use it directly from ubuntu to get the job done??03:25
shortstraw8julian-delphiki,  what command from the terminal? do you know?03:25
bazhangshortstraw8, simply double clicking it should open the software center03:25
ubotturaven_,: 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/03:25
bazhang!audio | raven_ read this first03:25
ubotturaven_ 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 !mp3.03:25
vjacobjulian-delphiki, thanks a bunch03:25
vjacobI appreciate it.03:25
shortstraw8bazhang, says that it is not supported when I do that.03:25
bazhangshortstraw8, dpkg -i file.deb03:25
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bazhangshortstraw8, then you need the 32bit one03:26
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cfhowlettraven_, NO sound?  or just no sound when in youtube?03:26
vjacobdo-upgrade-release is working.03:26
julian-delphikivjacob: sweet.03:26
vjacobgood stuff, ubuntu.03:26
vjacobgood stuff!03:26
asidjazzanyone know the equivalent vpnc configuraiton for hte checkbox "use the connections only for hte resources on its network" ?03:27
shortstraw8bazhang, Even if I'm on a 64bit?03:27
sammuchannCan youdisable the amazon search on 12.10?03:27
somsip!shopping | sammuchann03:27
bazhangshortstraw8, did you try the command I gave you03:27
bazhang!adlens | sammuchann03:27
ubottusammuchann: If you wish not to see "More Suggestions" from places like Amazon in your Ubuntu 12.10, simply remove the package unity-lens-shopping, or adjust your Privacy settings as shown here: http://goo.gl/kFO4u . Mark Shuttleworth's blog entry on this is at http://goo.gl/uF7zZ03:27
sammuchannThanks :D03:27
martahi all03:27
cfhowlettmarta, greetings03:28
martai have a problem with apt-mirror03:28
shortstraw8bazhang, Yes I got a     dpkg: error processing file.deb (--install):03:28
martacannot open gb.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu//dists/precise/main/binary-: No such file03:28
martayou can see the double "//"03:28
bazhangshortstraw8, did you actually write file.deb ? or the actual file name03:28
martahow can i clean it?03:28
cfhowlettmarta, ez fix is to switch to a different mirror to test03:28
martais the mirror the problem?03:29
martai try another in a minute03:29
elise0001Downloading Ubuntu 12.04.01 on my broken Ubuntu laptop. Hope monitor does not tile during download.03:30
acuhow can I boot in recovery mode as I do not see the grub dialog ?03:30
martasame error:   cannot open archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu//dists/precise/main/binary-: No such file03:30
cfhowlettmarta, IDK if the mirror is up/down/broken but  a quick test of an alternate should clarify matters somewhat03:30
bazhangacu, is this a dualboot? a wubi install? or standalone ubuntu03:30
vjacoball right. later guys.03:30
cfhowlettmarta, then something else is happening.  Sadly, over my head to fix.  Please stay in channel and ask again.03:31
matthewvzacu: Have you tried hitting shift while booting?03:31
acubazhang, is a standalone, but I cannot see the grub03:31
bazhangacu, hold shift at boot then03:31
shortstraw8bazhang,  yes the first time my bad.   Says no such file or directory03:31
usr13acu: 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%20Mode03:31
martasomeone know how to fix apt-mirror?03:31
imlit's the url, edit /etc/apt/sources.list03:31
cfhowlettraven_, what is your hardward?03:31
raven_okay.. which graphics drivers are best for a 795003:32
bazhangshortstraw8, are you in the correct directory? tab complete to finish the package name03:32
cfhowlettnuxninja, greetings03:32
raven_its fxed.. it was defaulted to the wrong thing >_<03:32
nuxninjacfhowlett: use alsa mixer to check settings.......alternatively check the indicator applet to see if sound is not muted for applications03:32
raven_now i just dont know which graphics drivers to install03:32
martaapt-mirro cannot open gb.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu//dists/precise/main/binary-: No such file anyone can help me?03:33
cfhowlettnuxninja, ??? I think you mean Raven ... my sound works.03:33
raven_and do i need to install drivers for my cpu ? i dont know if it needs extra stuff because its an 8 core?03:33
acuit does not work, I wish I could not the ip address - I know this is a vlan from kvm libvirt03:33
shortstraw8bazhang, I needed to cd to downloads didnt I03:33
asidjazzanyone here have any experience with vpnc?03:33
bazhangshortstraw8, where did you download it to03:34
raven_ubuntu isnt very.. female friendly >_>03:34
bazhangasidjazz, ask the actual question03:34
imlmarta: the url is obviously incorrect, but isn't this an apt-get problem? why apt-mirror?03:34
usr13raven_: WHy do you way that?03:34
bazhangraven_, thats nonsense03:34
shortstraw8bazhang, downloads03:34
cfhowlettraven_, ubuntu has no gender preferences03:34
raven_lol.. sorry im just having trouble03:34
martai need a local mirro for my local net03:34
thomedyplease please pleaes... i have been doing some work on a project for a client i went to make a bakc up just now before sending off my progress and i accidentally hit tar -xvzf instead of tar -cvzf is there anywhere i can recover the old version03:34
usr13raven_: Is the drink holder not working?03:34
bazhangraven_, wrong channel for that03:34
* thomedy crosses his fingers03:34
bazhangusr13, thats enough03:34
martai'd like to use this because i read is more useful but this bug make me really angry03:35
asidjazzbazhang: i got this remote box to connect to a vpn just fine.. but it drops my ssh connection and isnt connectable until i reboot it03:35
raven_cananyone help me install ati graphics drivers?03:35
dr_willisthomedy:  you extacted the old version on top of your new?03:35
usr13bazhang: Where is your sense of humor?03:35
martaapt-get works fine03:35
thomedyi didn't mean to but yes03:35
asidjazzbazhang: i basically need the command line option of that checkbox to "use the connections only for the resources on its network" equivalent03:35
thomedyi was trying to cvzf instead of x i just did it too fast03:35
dr_willisthomedy:  i know of no way to revover them03:35
bazhangusr13, this is NOT the jokes channel. /msg ubottu behelpful03:35
imlmarta: I think you need to configure /etc/apt/mirror.list so it uses the working sources from sources.list03:36
thomedyanyone else03:36
bazhangshortstraw8, try to tab complete the package name03:36
raven_this needs like a new user guide03:36
bazhang!manual | raven_ have a read03:37
cfhowlettraven_,  there is a downloadable ubuntu manual03:37
ubotturaven_ have a read: The Ubuntu Manual will help you become familiar with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to music and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy to follow instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience. http://ubuntu-manual.org/03:37
bazhang!rute | raven_ and these03:37
ubotturaven_ and these: documentation is to be found at http://help.ubuntu.com and http://wiki.ubuntu.com - General linux documentation: http://www.tldp.org - http://rute.2038bug.com03:37
* cfhowlett *bazhang has the flying fingers over his keyboard!*03:37
shortstraw8bazhang, No your right    says package architecture (amd64) does not match system03:38
bazhangshortstraw8, do you get what I mean by tab complete?03:38
marta@iml http://pastebin.com/aS6ca7LG03:38
shortstraw8bazhang,  Thought that I had the 64bit OS03:39
bazhangshortstraw8, well once you have the correct package, you now know how to install it03:39
raven_i just need help for graphics drivers..03:42
julian-delphikimarta: take the / off the end of the ubuntu03:42
usr13raven_: What is your gpu?03:42
raven_amd 795003:42
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shortstraw8bazhang, thanks!03:43
dr_willisoften askubuntu.com and the forums will have help for specific problematic video cards.   I dont use ati.03:43
usr13raven_: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=204257503:43
imlmarta: what julian-delphiki said03:43
DionistIs this the Ubuntu help channel?03:46
raven_that link doesnt really explaiin how to do it..03:46
bazhangDionist, yes03:47
julian-delphiki_raven:  By updating the BIOS / firmware on my Asus P8Z77-V Motherboard, the integrated graphics no longer appeared in the lspci output and is now completely disabled.03:47
DionistAlright. Anyone here know how to work with conky? I've been trying to get mine to work, but none of the solutions I've googled seems to help.03:47
bazhangDionist, have you read the conky beginners guide?03:48
apsassinhello, I am running Ubuntu 12.10 through an hdmi to my tv andd have no sound. In sound settings there is no option Hdmi option only digital or analogue. neither gives me any sound03:48
apsassinany ideas?03:49
martajulian-delphiki, i had to take off from source.list the "7" ?03:49
martajulian-delphiki, i had to take off from source.list the "/" ?03:49
Dionistbazhang Link me just so I can make sure if I've read it or not.03:49
julian-delphikimarta: yes, remove the "/" after ubuntu03:49
bazhangDionist, just a moment03:49
martamoment i try immediatly03:49
usr13apsassin: http://voices.canonical.com/david.henningsson/2012/04/14/audio-over-hdmi-and-displayport-in-ubuntu-12-04/03:50
Dionistbazhang It's a custom config I downloaded, but when run in terminal, it says that three of the configuration files are invalid. I'm concerned if the files are corrupt or something.03:50
bazhanghttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpConky   Dionist03:50
apsassinthanks usr 13 i will go through that.03:50
apsassinit should work the same for 12.10?03:51
raven_i cant find any install guides for my 795003:51
usr13apsassin: I dono03:51
martadoesn't work, now my source.list look like: http://pastebin.com/index/aS6ca7LG03:52
julian-delphikimarta: what does it do now/03:52
martasame error03:52
RabblerouserI tried running Linux through an external USB hard drive, but get this http://i.imgur.com/sbXBr9c.jpg03:53
RabblerouserIt sort of hangs there03:53
martai taked off from mirror.list too because it show me triple "///"03:53
julian-delphikimarta... i don't think that apt-mirror uses /etc/sources.list03:53
julian-delphikimirror.list, i think03:54
usr13apsassin: http://askubuntu.com/questions/219990/no-sound-over-hdmi-12-10-amd-a4-5300-apu-msi-fm-a55m-e33 ?03:54
marta/etc/apt/mirro.list is the configuration file of apt-mirror03:54
php42if you have an AMD gfx card, good luck :)03:54
martaand now look like: http://pastebin.com/Qjam0NNW03:55
julian-delphikimarta: isn't that what you already linked me?03:55
martano was source.list03:55
julian-delphiki[21:52] <marta> doesn't work, now my source.list look like: http://pastebin.com/index/aS6ca7LG03:55
martai posted both03:56
julian-delphikiwell your sources.list is very wrong03:56
julian-delphikiit looks the same as your mirror.list03:56
martawhats wrong on my source.list?03:56
Dionistbazhang I think I had to rename the filename. It won't let me restart the conky itself so let me quickly log out and in. I'll get back to report.03:57
julian-delphikimarta: the entire ### CONFIG ### block... that isn't supposed to be there03:57
julian-delphikimarta: nor the clean lines.03:57
RabblerouserCan anyone help me just get Ubuntu to run?03:57
cfhowlettRabblerouser, maybe.  details?03:58
RabblerouserI posted above. http://i.imgur.com/sbXBr9c.jpg It stops here. I'm trying to boot off an external.03:59
julian-delphikimarta: your /etc/sources list should be all of 3 lines. http://pastebin.com/ai8eJwjd or similar04:00
RabblerouserNot sure if Ubuntu sharing space with PC backups on my external would cause that04:00
Dionist_bazhang I'm back. And no, it wasn't the file name.04:00
Seven_Six_TwoI just purchased a new 2TB sata drive, and it's not showing up...04:00
Seven_Six_Twotook all other drives out, and booted from usb04:01
php42hello, how do i restore incremental backups that i've backed up to s3 using backup-manager ?04:01
martai follow that guide:  http://unixrob.blogspot.it/2012/05/create-apt-mirror-with-ubuntu-1204-lts.html04:01
Dionist_bazhang Nothing in the guide you gave me explains the invalid configuration errors. Although now I have a new error.04:01
julian-delphikimarta: well, you didn't, because that says nothing about modifying /etc/apt/sources.list04:02
Dionist_ Conky: invalid configuration file '/home/dion/.conkyrc'  Conky: missing text block in configuration; exiting ***** Imlib2 Developer Warning ***** : This program is calling the Imlib call:  imlib_context_free();  With the parameter:  context  being NULL. Please fix your program.04:02
bazhangDionist_, well it was a custom config. so make your own that is not problematic04:02
Dionist_How about anyone else who can actually *help* rather than just "Here's a guide! ....oh. Then download something different or make your own."04:03
julian-delphikiDionist_: no one here will probably be able to troubleshoot a custom conky config04:04
b_i just tried to `mv` a dir and it failed with the error msg, 'Directory not empty' what is this about?04:04
OerHeksDionist_, how could we help, if we have not seen your conky script ? use paste.ubuntu.com for multiple lines04:04
Dionist_julian-delphiki Even if I link to said config package?04:05
martahere is described my same error: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/apt-mirror/+bug/97727804:05
ubottuUbuntu bug 977278 in apt-mirror (Ubuntu Precise) "apt-mirror does not support armhf arch" [Undecided,Confirmed]04:05
martaand here a fix for a bug but i'm not a programmer so i don't want to manage code directly: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=68239504:05
ubottuDebian bug 682395 in apt-mirror "apt-mirror: Line 256, regex problem: arm overrides armhf." [Normal,Fixed]04:05
bazhangDionist_, the guide is how to understand making conky work, contact the custom config maker if you have issues. the guide itself is not a panacea for any and all custom configs out there04:05
Rabblerouser:/ Hm.. thanks anyways.04:06
julian-delphikimarta: are you using ARM?04:06
martais only the same error found on google04:06
julian-delphikithen its unlikely that something being wrong with a regex that detects ARM will matter04:06
martai cannot find out something other04:06
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SnapSnapHi, I downloaded an icon theme but don't know how to apply it.04:07
julian-delphikimarta: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=991425 i could04:07
Dionist_Hrm. Very well. Still feels like nobody really tried. Maker's good as gone, so guess I'm stuck with looking for something else.04:07
bazhangDionist_, did you give us a link to said custom config? or even pastebin it as requested?04:07
Dionist_bazhang Why? You yourself told me to go off and contact the maker instead.04:08
Dionist_bazhang Link's up there though.04:09
julian-delphikiDionist_: did you read the readme in the zip?04:09
Dionist_julian-delphiki I'm not such a moron that I'd go here before reading and trying everything I know myself first. Yes, I did. I followed everything to the letter, and it doesn't explain the error.04:10
martasigh... doesn't work...04:11
julian-delphikimarta: i can look at it if you give me an ssh login04:13
martai try04:14
raven_how do i install a .run file?04:16
julian-delphikiDionist_: even the creater says that he doesn't know how to make it work04:16
jmananybody around? i need some help un-grubbing04:17
julian-delphikijman: people are around, ask your questions04:18
jmanso yeah i had ubuntu booting successfully after doing a wubi and for some reason today i got a grub prompt04:18
jmangrub 1.9904:19
jmani tried doing04:19
jmaninsmod part_msdos04:19
jmaninsmod ext204:19
jmanset root=(hd0, msdos1)04:19
jmanlinux vmlinuz root=/dev/sda104:19
jmanthat command04:19
IdleOnemarta: I strongly recommend not giving ssh access to your computer to strangers. it is a big sedurity risk04:19
jmangave me04:19
IdleOne!enter | jman04:20
ubottujman: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line. Don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!04:20
jmaninvalid file name: 'vmlinux'04:20
julian-delphikiIdleOne: fortunately i'm just trying to help, i'm a sysadmin by trade.04:20
cfhowlettjman, why wubi?  wubi is for TESTING ubuntu according to the developers.  It is not intended as a long term storage option.  Better to virtualbox or, ideally, dual boot ...04:20
IdleOnejulian-delphiki: I am sorry if you took my recommendation as an insult and I am sure you have good intentions, but still my recommendation stands.04:21
jmansorry what was your recommendation? and how would i set up a dual boot? i'm a total n00b to this stuff04:21
kewelI have an old machine, should I use lubuntu 12.04 or 12.10?04:22
julian-delphikiIdleOne: no big deal,04:22
Abhijitkewel, how old?04:22
kewelPIII 1GHz 512MB04:22
kewelubuntu 10.04 runs kinda choppy04:22
IdleOnejulian-delphiki: thanks for understanding. in this channel we ask for screenshots, pastebins, but we don't ever recommend giving access to ones system.04:23
dr_willislubuntu for thgat low end a system04:23
cfhowlettkewel, 10.04 is EOL very soon.04:23
kewelya, I know04:23
cfhowlettkewel, lubuntu or xubuntu suggested04:23
julian-delphikiIdleOne: yeah, i've hung around here long enough to know that. I just figure i can probably fix this one quickly.04:23
kewelya .. I used my last blank cdr for lubuntu 12.10 x86 inst .. but it locks up .. gonna try the alt inst when I get a disc04:24
dr_willisthere is no alt for 12.1004:24
kewelI found a couple hits on google that say 12.10 uses more ram than 12.0404:24
Abhijitkewel, http://antix.mepis.org/index.php?title=Main_Page04:24
Abhijitkewel, look into this http://distrowatch.com/search.php?category=Old+Computers04:24
dr_willis12.10 wants PAE enabled hardware also04:24
dr_willisa PIII may not have that04:25
cfhowlettkewel, not USB?04:25
jmanwait so...ungrubbing how04:25
cfhowlettkewel, you can direct upgrade from 10.04 to 12.0404:25
kewelya there is -- http://cdimages.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/quantal/release/04:25
NautilusI know that filesize and 'size on disk' don't always match, but a 7.4M file that takes 59.3M? What's up with that?04:25
kewelfifth link down04:25
keweldr_willis: the pae thing, does 12.04 work?04:26
cfhowlettNautilus, that ain't right ...04:27
OerHekskewel that url is lxde - Lubuntu, not ubuntu with gnome04:28
noobatlifeI am using wine to get office 2010 installed ony my 64 bit machine04:28
raven_when i try to install the ati driver it makes a log file that says this Package build failed!04:28
raven_Package build utility output:04:28
raven_./packages/Ubuntu/ati-packager.sh: 294: ./packages/Ubuntu/ati-packager.sh: debclean: not found04:28
raven_./packages/Ubuntu/ati-packager.sh: 295: ./packages/Ubuntu/ati-packager.sh: dpkg-buildpackage: not found04:28
raven_[Error] Generate Package - error generating package : Ubuntu/quantal04:28
FloodBot1raven_: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.04:28
noobatlifebut it says installation failed04:28
SnapSnapHi, I downloaded an icon theme but don't know how to apply it.04:28
noobatlifeI need office 2010 because my class requires heavy use of Microsoft Access04:28
noobatlifeor Office 200704:29
Nautiluscfhowlett: any ideas whats up?04:29
dr_willis!appdb | noobatlife04:29
ubottunoobatlife: The Wine Application DB is a database of applications and help for !Windows programs that run under !WINE: http://appdb.winehq.org - Join #winehq for application help04:29
raven_how do i get the packages debclean and dpkg-buildpackage04:29
cfhowlettNautilus, no, but I have to ask, is this an ubuntu file?  or downloaded from ... elsewhere?04:29
dr_willis!find debclean04:29
ubottuFile debclean found in devscripts04:30
keweldr_willis: ya .. alt install not alt .. thanks for pointing that out.04:30
dr_willis!find dpkg-buildpackage04:30
ubottuFile dpkg-buildpackage found in dpkg-dev, gitpkg, zsh, zsh-beta04:30
Nautiluscfhowlett: It's an SQL file I just DL'd. When I saw that I deleted it and re-exported ... same result.  "ls" reports the 7.4, the UI says the Filesize is 7.4M and "Size On Disk" is 59.3M.04:31
tekkbuzzDoes anyone know the apt command to find the "Not-Installed" pkg. containing some file?04:32
cfhowlettNautilus, any way to hash check that file?  md5sum, something?04:32
Nautilusnot that I know of04:32
cfhowletttekkbuzz, apt-cache policy packagename04:32
raven__sorry i had a graphical glitch,.. all my windows turned into my background? i dont know what im doing.. how do i find packages?04:33
tekkbuzzcfhowlett: okay thanks, I'll try it.04:33
dr_willisraven__:  ubottu   | File debclean found in devscripts04:33
cfhowletttekkbuzz, good luck04:33
dr_willisraven__:  ubottu   | File dpkg-buildpackage found in dpkg-dev, gitpkg, zsh, zsh-beta04:33
raven__i dont know what that means..04:34
dr_willisyou asked where to find the 'debclean' thing.. its in the package 'devscripts' according to the bot.. who uses the apt commands t search the syste,m04:34
GeminiDominoIs it safe to mount /var with the "noexec" flag on 10.04 Server and/or 12.04 server?04:34
tekkbuzzcfhowlett: wait, I'm trying to find the packagename.04:34
Nautiluscfhowlett: the sql file seems intact and complete (looking at it in gedit)04:35
raven__-_- this is too complicated04:35
Nautiluscfhowlett: maybe just a bug in the UI?04:35
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Nautiluscfhowlett: BTW I'm on 12.04 with LXDE04:35
noobatlifeSigh i give up. If i fail this course because of stupid ass need for Access then let it be. I am sick and tired of everything04:36
dr_willisbianca:   the apt system has numerous search features to find things.04:36
tekkbuzzcfhowlett: I need the packagename, I know the filename, but the package is Not installed.04:37
dr_willistekkbuzz:  apt-file can help with that.04:37
dr_willis!info apt-file04:37
ubottuapt-file (source: apt-file): search for files within Debian packages (command-line interface). In component universe, is optional. Version 2.5.0ubuntu1 (quantal), package size 24 kB, installed size 188 kB04:37
biancacso i put sudo apt-get devscripts?04:38
tekkbuzzdr_willis: thanks04:38
dr_willisbianca:  'sudo apt-get install packagename'04:39
Nautilusis there a command line command to see the "size on disk" of a file?04:39
dr_willis!apt | bianca04:39
ubottubianca: APT is the Advanced Package Tool, which together with dpkg forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit. Short apt-get manual: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptGetHowto - Also see !Synaptic (Gnome), !Muon (KDE) or !Apper (KDE)04:39
dr_willisNautilus:  df and du,04:39
CrazyZurferHoly jesusss, by mistake I did a sudo chmod 644 / and everything is breaking and burniing!! :(04:39
dr_willisCrazyZurfer:  i predict a reinstall is in your future04:39
CrazyZurferI mean 644 -R04:39
CrazyZurferDr_willis: no waaay04:39
CrazyZurferThere must be other way04:40
julian-delphikia reinstall is probably the only fix there04:40
dr_willisuse live cd. chroot, use package system to reinstall EVERY package.. and hope it works...04:40
CrazyZurferOnce i read that something could be done with the live cd04:40
dr_willisdepending on how  quickly you stopped the chmod command...04:41
CrazyZurferKind of quickly04:41
Nautilusdr_willis: df seems to be the filesystems, du says "7248    ."     does that mean approx 7.4M ?04:41
dr_williswith a SSD ;) that may not be very quick.04:41
dr_willisNautilus:  du -h  for human readable.. see man du04:41
CrazyZurferI've got an 5400 rpm :)04:42
biancaevery time i  install what it wants, it says im missing something else04:42
dr_willisi would imagine reinstalling every package on the system (not sure how you would do that) would take quiet some time.04:42
Nautilusdr_willis: thanks, ok that says 7.1M   But 12.04/LXDE says 7.4M filesize, 59.3M for size on disk. UI bug?04:42
dr_willisbianca:  we dont know what you are doing..  give details.04:42
dr_willisNautilus:  no idea. I would guess so.04:43
biancaSupported adapter detected.04:43
biancaCheck if system has the tools required for installation.04:43
biancafglrx installation requires that the system have kernel headers.  /lib/modules/3.5.0-22-generic/build/include/linux/version.h cannot be found on this system.04:43
biancaOne or more tools required for installation cannot be found on the system. Install the required tools before installing the fglrx driver.04:43
biancaOptionally, run the installer with --force option to install without the tools.04:43
FloodBot1bianca: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.04:43
biancaForcing install will disable AMD hardware acceleration and may make your system unstable. Not recommended.04:43
CrazyZurferI stopped it in 10 secconds approx04:43
Nautilusdr_willis: ok thanks for the sanity check. du is probably the reliable one04:43
biancaaccident! i ment to put a link http://pastebin.com/gDRw9Ddf04:43
julian-delphikiCrazyZurfer: i recommend backing up your home folder and reinstalling04:43
dr_willisNautilus:  unless its some sort of sparse file.04:43
Nautilusdr_willis: an SQL dump (text file)04:43
CrazyZurferOk, i guess I'm reinstalling04:44
dr_willistheres no need to msg me bianca  i dont use ati drivers.. so have very little experence with them04:45
dr_willisthe one ati ssytem i have - uses the open sourced drivers04:45
biancado you know how i fix that error?04:45
GeminiDominoAny gotchas for mounting /var "noexec" on xorg-less Lucid or Precise servers?04:45
dr_willisfglrx installation requires that the system have kernel headers.04:46
ubottuTo install the Linux (kernel) headers, open a terminal and: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r) To install headers for libraries, you need the accompanying -dev packages04:46
dr_willissudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r)    to install headers..04:46
martathanks a lot julian-delphiki04:46
biancait says i dont need it04:48
saimanoj@justvenky: hi04:50
saimanoj@just_venky: hi04:50
julian-delphikibianca... uname -r04:50
julian-delphikinot raven -r04:50
just_venky@saimanoj: bolo04:51
biancaohh thank you!04:51
biancaim a doofus ^_~04:51
dr_willishttp://askubuntu.com/questions/124292/what-is-the-correct-way-to-install-ati-catalyst-video-drivers-fglrx   may have a clearer guide04:52
biancait worked! thanks guys04:53
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noobatlifeIs it possible to install microsoft office 2010 using Vmware on linux ubuntu?04:55
noobatlifeIs there a way i  can get a small minimalist version of windows to use?04:55
noobatlifeI wouldnt go to these lengths just for Access04:55
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noobatlifeIts because of my school04:55
noobatlifeThey rely on windows products too much04:55
noobatlifeI live in a country that doesnt even know that linux exist04:56
dr_willisnoobatlife:  you install the OS into the virtual machine. such as Vbox or vware. then install the app on the Virtual OS in the vm.04:56
dr_willisnoobatlife:  so it should work04:56
noobatlifeExacly dr willis04:56
noobatlifeBut i need a minimalist version of windows04:56
dr_willisnoobatlife:  so Yes its possible. -04:56
noobatlifethe pain of downloading a whole OS04:56
biancadr willis, i have an 8core cpu, do i ineed to install something so ubuntu uses it properly?04:56
dr_willisThats not really a ubuntu support issue. ;)04:56
noobatlifeinternet speed is slow04:57
noobatlifeYes it is04:57
dr_willisbianca:  Not that i would know of.. ubuntu has been multi core friendly for years04:57
noobatlifeI will do some google searching around04:57
bianca:2 okie04:57
noobatlifeIf i cant get anything I will call it a day04:57
noobatlifemakes no sense killing out myself04:57
dr_willissome speciffic apps may not use all cores. but  it depends on the exact ap04:58
biancaits the amd 8core not the i7 4 core with hyperthreading04:58
dr_willisI doubt if it matters much. ive not herd of anything special needed for the current generation cpus.04:58
dr_willistest it with a live cd and see if it works. ;)04:59
biancai dunno.. i spent alot of money on my pc and i feel as if its being waisted in linux..04:59
biancalike i went and got the bestamd motherboard and cpu and fast ram04:59
dr_willisIf you bought a system for Linux and specifically got an ATI card.. you should have done some more research04:59
dr_willis'cutting edge/just came out hardware' is the most problematic  to deal with.05:00
cfhowlettShapeShifter499, greetings05:00
biancano.. lol i have an nvidia laptop and ubuntu wonteven install on it cause of the graphics card05:00
dr_willisstuff that has been out for a few months to a year. are often no hassles.05:00
dr_willisI have no issues with my 4 nvidia systems.05:00
dr_willisThe nvidia-optimus stuff is a problem area however. I dont own one of those05:00
biancaohh mine is, its a 555m05:01
dr_willis#'s like that dont mean much to me. I dont keep up with latest hardware any more :)05:01
dr_willisnot much point in it when im doing linux on most all my machines05:01
dr_willisi look for 'best value for the $$ and best linux compatiabilty' when buying new hardware05:01
biancawell i guess i can virtualise windows as a 4core with 8 gigs of ram >_<05:02
biancathats only half my system so05:02
dr_willisI rarely even need to boot to windows these days.05:02
biancai play games :305:02
dr_williswhen i do.. its like a backlog of 5+mo of updates.05:02
Nautilusin 12.04, where would I likely find the default php.ini ?05:02
dr_willisNautilus:  try 'locate php.ini'05:03
dr_willisI imagine my Next PC will be one of those Valve Steam Pistons. ;) if they ever come out.05:03
ShapeShifter499so I recently turned my netbook into a wifi router because my current one is old, had a broken antenna, and data seemed slow.  Everything is great but for the life of me I cannot figure out how to open ports, my setup looks pretty much like the stuff I got from this guide with the exception of static ip for 2 computers in dhcpd.conf http://nims11.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/hostapd-the-linux-way-to-create-virtual-wifi-access-05:05
ShapeShifter499my netbook runs 12.0405:05
noobatlife_Which virtualization software is better? Virtual Box or Vmware?05:05
ShapeShifter499yes I have tried iptables with no seeming luck05:05
biancahow do you turn a netbook into a router? lol05:05
ShapeShifter499bianca, http://nims11.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/hostapd-the-linux-way-to-create-virtual-wifi-access-point/05:06
Nautilusdr_willis: I don't seem to have a default one, would that be normal? I have 17 in backups of live sites, one in docs named php.ini-development, then in usr/share/php5 there are php.ini-production, -production-dist, -production.cli05:06
user02938I used ubuntu 12.04 mini .iso (non-pae net installer) to install "ubuntu lxde desktop". Problem is my d-link dwa-125 wireless USB doesn't work with lxde but it works fine with kubuntu desktop. Why?05:07
noobatlife_Which virtualization software is better? Virtual Box or Vmware?05:07
BuddyHowdy everyone05:07
Buddyis there a better channel for those of us who are totally and completely new to Ubuntu and Linux in general? lol05:08
upsetused WinUSB to try and write a live Windows usb, didn't work and want to clear it for something else but it's acting weird. umount doesn't think it's mounted.05:08
Nautilusnoobatlife_: put it this way, those are the best 2. Give one a go05:08
upsetsudo mkfs.vfat -n 'Label' -I /dev/sdc thinks that it's busy05:09
noobatlife_Nautilus loves crashing for no reason as well05:09
user02938Buddy, well this is a help room for ubuntu/linux05:09
Nautilusdon't look at me, I'm just the friendly neighboorhood cephalopod05:10
Nautilusnoobatlife_: ^05:10
Buddythanks User... just figured you might be more into helping people with specific issues who have a vague idea of how to get around Linux05:10
BuddyI am brand new to it just starting to explore and know absolutely NOTHING! lol05:10
Rich787How do you pass arguments to a ./configure script? I tried the following: ./configure --with-apr <directory> and it says "invalid value of canonical build"05:11
cfhowlettBuddy, use the forums ... beginner section05:12
Nautiluswould usr/share/php5/ be an appropriate place to put a default php.ini file?05:13
Buddythanks cfhowlett05:13
NautilusBuddy: first guess, it may not be mounted05:13
cfhowlettBuddy, no problem.  have fun, be safe.05:13
Seven_Six_Twowoot! VT8237 and SATAIII is best described by a series of 4 letter words.05:13
Buddyoh thanks Nautilus... I actually am having no problems. Up and running well just figured IRC would be a great way to dive into a little trial and error and explore the system...05:14
Buddywhere I can get a little interaction and feedback. ; ) thanks for offering such a quick help idea though05:14
Seven_Six_TwoI jumpered my 6Gb/s drive to 3Gb/s. Aside from flat out not working, is there a reason not to undo it after install?05:15
NautilusBuddy: this is a good place. hang around, be patient, etc05:15
Seven_Six_TwoI have 2 sata controllers. the first is via, and it won't work with my drive. I jumpered while connected to that controller. Then I switched to another controller, and it works, but is still jumpered.05:16
Buddylol thanks much Nautilus. Just saw 1622 total users in channel and figured this might not be the one to be flooding with total newbie kind of stuff lol05:16
NautilusBuddy: it's the general chat channel05:16
Seven_Six_TwoBuddy, it's not busy in here now, so don't be shy.05:17
RabblerouserAm I correct in assuming you can only install 4GB of Linux onto an external USB?05:17
upsetAgain, weird flash drive. Says it isn't mounted even though I can look at file contents, when I go to format it it says it's busy. I need to clear it outl05:17
Buddylol thanks Seven : )05:17
Seven_Six_TwoRabblerouser, what do you mean by "4GB of Linux"05:17
RabblerouserThe pendrive installer. Says I can only go up to ~4000MB05:18
Seven_Six_TwoRabblerouser, you can have partitions larger than that, and you can use usb drives that are whole, or partitioned.05:18
cfhowlettRabblerouser, since the USB is going to boot into ram, I believe you'd be more concerned with that ...05:18
yogaHi, there. How do I install grub 2 boot loader onto a partition(/dev/sda3)?05:18
Nautilusupset: huh, have you tried a reboot?05:18
Seven_Six_TwoRabblerouser, 32 bit?05:18
ubottuyogo: 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)05:18
RabblerouserI realized something was wrong when I loaded up Steam on Linux and saw I only had ~300MB space left05:19
Seven_Six_TwoRabblerouser, how large is your usb drive/partitions?05:19
Seven_Six_TwoRabblerouser, is that the partitioner that's giving that limit?05:19
RabblerouserSeven_Six_Two: 500GB total. But the Ubuntu partition is 395GB05:20
RabblerouserThe other partition is my PS3's backup :)05:20
yogasudo grub-install /dev/sda3 will not do it, it won't allow to do that.05:21
elise0001 Donloaded newest stable version of Ubuntu. Having trouble burning it to a CD. Any advice. On my Ubuntu system, which has problems.05:21
Seven_Six_TwoRabblerouser, where did the pendrive installer come from?05:21
cfhowlettelise0001, did you md5sum check the iso?05:22
cfhowlettelise0001, and no USB boot?05:22
RabblerouserIt's the one linked from the Ubuntu page. pendrivelinux.com, apparently05:22
Seven_Six_Twoelise0001, what kind of problems? Have you tried both k3b and brasero?05:23
yogathe command grub-setup is not found, any idea?05:23
cfhowlettyoga, just reinstall grub to the target drive ... should be /dev/sda05:23
replicahow do i upgrade my ubuntu 12.10 to ubuntu 13.0405:24
RabblerouserSeven_Six_Two: The pendrive installer is the one linked from Ubuntu, from pendrivelinux.com (sorry if you read before, I forgot to address your name :S)05:24
replicahelp with th commands if u can plz05:24
cfhowlett!ubuntu+1|replica, you DO know 13.04 is BETA right?05:24
ubottureplica, you DO know 13.04 is BETA right?: Raring Ringtail is the codename for Ubuntu 13.04 - Support only in #ubuntu+105:24
replicaoh !05:26
replicaubottu i was browsing omg ubuntu and thy got lots of previews on 13.04 beta the animations look cool any help on how to get those for my 12.10 ? does sudo do-release-upgrade -d help to do tht05:28
ubottureplica: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)05:28
cfhowlettreplica, go to #ubuntu+1 for that05:28
fafalielbackend_version = wx.VERSION_STRING05:28
fafalielAttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'VERSION_STRING'05:28
fafalielDISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS"05:29
FloodBot1fafaliel: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.05:29
Buddylol.... tempermental little bot isn't it?05:30
cfhowlettBuddy, just doin the job it's assigned.05:30
RabblerouserSeven_Six_Two, still there?05:30
dr_willis"Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS" would have been enough ;)05:30
yogacfhowlett: I wan't to reinstall grub to /dev/sda3 which is where my Ubuntu is install, the rease being is that (long story), when I install Ubuntu and during choose which location to instal the grub2 bootloader, I choose the /dev/sda, then I install another boot loader software Chameleon which cannot see Ubuntu there (no bootloader in /dev/sda3) unless I install grub2 bootloader on /dev/sda3.05:31
fafalielHelp with package python-wxgtk2.8 : backend_version = wx.VERSION_STRING05:31
fafalielAttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'VERSION_STRING'05:31
vhadilhy how to fix this, i use ubuntu 10.10 http://dpaste.com/886397/05:31
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cfhowlettyoga, ok, so boot an ubuntu live cd/usb and install grub where you want it.05:31
dr_willisSoftware Chameleon - cant even find a Ubuntu Install.. ;)05:31
TheLordOfTime!10.10 | vhadil, 10.10's end of life...05:32
ubottuvhadil, 10.10's end of life...: Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) was the thirteenth release of Ubuntu. !End-Of-Life on April 10th, 2012, see http://ubottu.com/y/maverick for details.05:32
* cfhowlett suspects hackintosh/triple boot 05:32
dr_willis!eol | vhadil05:32
ubottuvhadil: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades05:32
vhadilso how to fix my problem05:32
Buddyhowlett : )05:32
cfhowlettvhadil, time to upgrade to a supported version.  I suggest 12.0405:32
tacorwinIs it a bad idea to use Ubuntu 12.04 Live from a USB on a daily basis?05:33
yogacfhowlett: without reinstall the whole Ubuntu again? Just the grub2, how?05:33
RabblerouserWhat is the "persistent file" on a Live USB install?05:34
cfhowletttacorwin, BAD idea?  no.  just be careful when shutting down the usb or it will scramble.05:34
fafalielCan't anybody answer my python package question??05:34
dr_willisRabblerouser:  thats a place it saves changes and user data files to05:34
cfhowlettyoga, I think it's sudo grub-install and the grub update to write the changes.05:34
cfhowlettfafaliel,  ask in #python05:34
cfhowlettfafaliel, oh, wait. sorry.  wrong response.05:34
Rabblerouserdr_willis So basically that's my "free space" on a Live USB install? And I can have, at max, 4 GB?05:34
dr_willisRabblerouser:  depens on the size of your usb05:35
RabblerouserMy USB has room for plenty. :) Though I only wanted to try 160GB05:35
RabblerouserIt's an external HDD05:35
vhadildamn, reinstal05:35
yogacfhowlett: grub-install will not allow me to install to a partical partition, that is sudo grub-install /dev/sda3 will fail!05:35
tacorwincfhowlett: What do you mean?05:35
kmonSorry, try again. [sudo] password for05:36
dr_willisRabblerouser:  using a live install on a external HD is a little  limiting. You can do a full normal install to a external USB Hd.05:36
kmonpls help " Sorry, try again. [sudo] password for"05:36
cfhowlettvhadil, that package doesn't show up in the repos and I've got ALL universes enabled.  I'm guessing you built from source?05:36
Rabblerouserdr_willis: and how would I do that?05:36
dr_williskmon:  we dont really know what you are asking.05:36
dr_willisRabblerouser:  same as you install to a internal HD. Just be sure grub goes to the external HD05:36
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager since 9.10 (Karmic). Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2 - See !grub1 for releases before Karmic (9.10)05:37
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BlackWebI've been running into this problem ever since I installed 12.04, with the Login Screen Wallpaper, I installed a Package with Edubuntu, & ever since the login screen has been a Picture of a Satellite & a guy in the ground, I've tried Changing permissions in /usr/share/backgrounds/ No worky, I tried Erasing all the edubuntu wallpapers inside folder and login screen is just blue background, But when I go into Ubuntu tweak its showing05:37
BlackWeb the one I selected as the one set but its not using it, Does Edubuntu Package overwrite Ubunut tweak or where is the setting for this?05:37
RabblerouserThe thing is, I'm just trying Ubuntu out. I don't really know how to even start the process of this05:38
BlackWebAlmost about to reinstall the whole system but seems like overkill for a wallpaper05:38
dr_willisRabblerouser:    i normally install from a live-usb-flash to a real external USB HD..05:38
cfhowlettBlackWeb, /ubuntu tweak/  you're managing your ubuntu system with a NON-repo and non-ubuntu product.  Expect unforeseen consequences.05:38
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dr_willisBlackWeb:  or just not worry about a trivial login wallpaper.05:39
cfhowlettwing_, greetings05:39
dr_willisBlackWeb:  could be its not using lightdm also.05:39
Rabblerouserdr_willis: Ubuntu will give me the option to select which drive to install to?05:39
fafalielapt package for wxPython => AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'VERSION_STRING' ?05:39
wing_thanks, could someone please help me fix internet?05:39
dr_willisRabblerouser:  yes. theres a custome install section05:39
dr_williswing_:  thats a little vague.. give more details05:39
wing_i think my DNS not working05:40
BlackWebAlright I'll try, reinstalling & leave out the edubuntu package05:40
cfhowlettfafaliel, ask in #python as well.  That package isn't part of ubuntu ...05:40
BlackWebThanks for Help everyone05:40
cfhowlettwing_, why?05:40
wing_i did upgrade to quantal and now it connects to wireless but doesn't work in browser05:40
dr_williswing_:  but IRC works?05:40
wing_this is different computer05:40
RabblerouserHm.. I'll see if I can get the process started now. Thanks. I'll hit you up if it don't work.05:40
cfhowlettwing_, wired uses DNS to search internet names ....05:41
wing_yeah I'm not sure that's where the problem is05:41
cfhowlettBlackWeb, try sudo apt-get purge edubuntu05:41
cfhowlettwing_,  if your wired can see the internet, it's NOT  a DNS issue.05:41
wing_it's a little strange since it connects fine to the router but can't seem to get to the internet05:41
tacorwinIs it a bad idea to use Ubuntu 12.04 Live from a USB on a daily basis? (I already asked, but didnt get a clear responce05:41
wing_it's wireless05:42
yogaSo my question would be: How do I reinstall grub on a partition instead of on the drive, while grub-install /dev/sda3 failed?05:42
cfhowletttacorwin if you need daily ubuntu, you can install virtualbox in win and put ubuntu on that ... safely05:42
wing_i really don't know where to start for something like this cfhowlett so I came here05:42
cfhowlettwing_, understood.05:42
user02938tarcorwin, from past experience, ubuntu on usb runs horribly slow and updates can fail.  Might depend on the quality and speed of your usb05:43
dr_willisyoga:  what was the exact command you used?05:43
cfhowlettwing_, does your wifi indicator light up?  and what is your hardware?05:43
tacorwincfhowlett: My main issue is that i have a portable computer, but i cant install it because the flash memory is all corrupted from extended use.05:43
wing_yeah it connects fine, it's a vaio, the light is on, everything seems cool until I open browser and it acts like it's not connected05:44
cfhowletttacorwin, ummm, we cannot work around hardware failures with software.05:44
cfhowletttacorwin, so I guess USB is the way to go05:44
dr_williswing_:  start with a ping test. to see if you can ping the local pcs and google.com and the router.05:45
biancanow that humans have left chernoble, animals have moved in and calling it home >_< :( kinda sad that its hurting them though05:45
dr_williswing_:  ping google.com   in a tutorial.05:45
tacorwinwill i be able to run sudo apt-get update?05:45
cfhowletttacorwin, I wouldn't.05:45
dr_willisin a terminal. ;)05:45
julian-delphikibianca: this is a support channel..05:46
wing_i tried that it says unknown host05:46
biancaim supporting!05:46
dr_williswing_:  now try 'ping'05:46
wing_i can ping my router though05:46
tacorwincfhowlett: okay, just checking.05:46
julian-delphikibianca: not by talking about chernobyl05:46
cfhowletttacorwin, the biggest problems I've hard are updates and accidentally yanking the USB before uubntu shuts down.  The latter will scramble your system.05:47
biancaim educating05:47
wing_ok ping works fine also05:47
julian-delphikibianca, no05:47
dr_williswing_:  so these tests point to you not having a proper DNS server setup.05:47
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ubottubianca,: #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!05:47
biancajulian, yes :305:47
thomedyquick question... i have been doing very well... as of late... however i m still fairly new at this i have an overflow of work and handing it off to people ... i have  a list of contacts that im pretty confident in to take my over flow ... here is my question... im now taking on the roll of project management as well as developper which is awesome i have a contract i have to bid on but before i can bid on it i need some psd's is it reaso05:47
thomedynable to ask my overflow people to give me a mockup to send my potential client ... my goal is to ask 3 or so of my overflows for mockups and get their quote on time and price and then send it to my client and then choose...05:47
julian-delphikibianca: you even spelled chernobyl wrong.05:47
thomedyokay thats it is that reasonable05:47
yogadr_willis: sudo grub-install /dev/sda305:47
dr_williswing_: and are googles free DNS servers. You can use the network config tools to set them as your default dns servers05:47
biancaat least i made an effort :305:47
wing_yeah, I don't see anywhere to change dns settings05:47
thomedydam... sorry im not where i thought i was05:47
cfhowlettthomedy, nothing to do with ubuntu and wrong channel...05:47
thomedyno i just realized where i was my bad05:48
yoga/usr/sbin/grub-bios-setup: warning: File system `ext2' doesn't support embedding.w05:48
yoga/usr/sbin/grub-bios-setup: warning: Embedding is not possible.  GRUB can only be installed in this setup by using blocklists.  However, blocklists are UNRELIABLE and their use is discouraged..05:48
yoga/usr/sbin/grub-bios-setup: error: will not proceed with blocklists.05:48
cfhowlettwing_, any chance the problem is on the router side?  i.e. set to reject unknown/new wireless connections?05:48
CrazyZurfer:'( is there a way to see all installed software in my ubuntu in order to download them later  after reinstalling ubuntu?05:48
intestinohi, greeting from Indonesia!05:48
wing_cfhowlett, no I think it's a DNS thing05:49
dr_willis!clone | CrazyZurfer05:49
ubottuCrazyZurfer: To replicate your packages selection on another machine (or restore it if re-installing), you can type « aptitude  --display-format '%p' search '?installed!?automatic' > ~/my-packages », move the file "my-packages" to the other machine, and there type « sudo xargs aptitude --schedule-only install < my-packages ; sudo aptitude install » (this may cause problems with multiarch before 12.10) - See also !automate05:49
cfhowlettCrazyZurfer, yes.  wait one.05:49
cfhowlettintestino, greetings05:49
wing_I'll lookup how to change that05:49
wing_thanks for your help dr and cf05:49
cfhowlettwing_, good luck,05:50
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CrazyZurferHow do you guys do the simple quote with us keyboard?05:54
dr_willissimple quote? Single Quote?  ' ' ' '05:54
dr_willisits right there next to the enter key. ;)05:54
dr_willis" ' " ' "  jkl;'05:55
CrazyZurferUbuntu loaded with us desktop :)05:55
* cfhowlett where's the 'ANY' key?05:55
CrazyZurferUs keyboard i mean05:55
* dr_willis writes ANY on cfhowlett's delete key05:55
KlownicleCan someone help me, im getting a "db5 error(-30969) Database Enviroment Vers.ion Mismatch" when attempting to install a package.  I just recently upgraded to 11.1005:56
cfhowlettKlownicle, what package is causing this error05:56
dr_willishow did you upgrade?05:56
KlownicleGoogleing around mentions to remove any old files in \var\lib\rpm then rebuild, but its not working.05:56
KlownicleI did a inplace upgrade via the update.05:56
omabenaany of you guys, know how can I install xmllint05:57
dr_willis!find xmllint05:57
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KlownicleIts an acronis backup package I had been using previously before upgrade.05:57
ubottuFile xmllint found in bash-completion, cluster-glue, libxml2-doc, libxml2-utils, manpages-tr, tclxml, vim-runtime, webgen0.4, webgen0.4-doc, webgen0.5 (and 1 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?searchon=contents&keywords=xmllint&mode=&suite=quantal&arch=any05:57
dr_willisUsage : xmllint [options] XMLfiles05:57
dr_willisIts installed here.. ;) no idea what package it came from05:57
jtrucksdoes the postfixadmin .deb work correctly with 12.04?05:58
dr_willisif you just type 'xmllint' it may tell you05:58
omabenammm it's not installed by default right?05:58
dr_willisNo idea.05:58
dr_willisif you want to install it.. :) its aparently not installed..  so i guess not.05:59
mysteriousdarendisappointing playdeb is dead :(05:59
dr_willisNever really used it.05:59
omabenawell yeah, just installed that packages libxml2 something and it's there06:00
omabenathanks for echoing that!06:00
mysteriousdarenwell I preferred it to ubuntu software center, for many not official packages06:00
KlownicleAnyone able to help me out?  Google isn't being too helpful :-/06:01
CrazyZurferAbou clone dr_willis the terminal from the live cd says that I dont have installed aptitude and cant install it :(06:01
Seven_Six_TwoI just noticed that I have no sound (tray icon shows --). HP g60 laptop. I use it for school, and it's normally muted so I don't know when it got stuck that way06:02
cfhowlettSeven_Six_Two, left click on the sound icon and unmute06:03
AdirolfxAnyone know of a way to adjust contrast on Lenovo Thinkpad?  I can adjust brightness, but can't figure out contrast06:03
RabblerouserWeird. Tried starting the Live USB with a 4GB persistent file, but it just hung there06:04
Seven_Six_Twocfhowlett, that's not an option in the menu that appears. Only the slider (can't move), rhythmbox applet, audacious shortcut, and sound settings.06:04
jtruckshmm. apparently it does.06:04
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Seven_Six_Twocfhowlett, nothing listed in settings >> play sound through06:05
cfhowlettSeven_Six_Two, run a terminal;  pavucontrol06:05
CrazyZurferSorry for cursing :(06:05
Seven_Six_Twocfhowlett, connection to pulseaudio failed. retrying in 5s06:06
CrazyZurferAny way to get my files back from live cd when ubuntu files got a 644 chmod?06:06
cfhowlettSeven_Six_Two, also run the alsamixer in terminal and check your settings06:06
beanCrazyZurfer: you could chmod +x /path/to/executable06:07
Seven_Six_Twocfhowlett, I started pulseaudio service, now pavu says establishing connection to PA. please wait.06:07
CrazyZurferBean I stupidly did "sudo chmod 644 -R /"06:08
beanCrazyZurfer, I know.06:08
Seven_Six_Twocfhowlett, those are fine06:08
CrazyZurferAnd what do you mean by path to executable06:09
Seven_Six_Twopavu is still trying to connect to pulse06:09
cfhowlettSeven_Six_Two, I guess you already tried rebooting?06:09
beanCrazyZurfer: So you could make everything executable so you can at least run things06:09
Seven_Six_Twocfhowlett, as a last resort!06:09
beanCrazyZurfer: so you could do chmod +x -R /06:10
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beanCrazyZurfer, and that would be slightly less unfucked06:10
CrazyZurferOr chmod +x -R /media/ubuntu because Im on live cd now06:10
beanCrazyZurfer: yep06:11
beanit might still not work06:11
beancould try though06:11
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CrazyZurferThat's cool :)06:12
CrazyZurferMay I ask a question?06:12
CrazyZurferSrry xd06:13
wing_does ubuntu default to these two DNS servers? and
SwedeMikewing_: no, there is no default dns server in ubuntu.06:14
wing_also if DNS wasn't working couldn't I just type in the IP address for some server into my browser?06:14
beanwing_: no06:15
beanwing_: http/1.1 requires a host header06:15
beanto determine the site to be loaded06:15
wing_SwedeMike: where is this coming from then, I have them in my DNS but I never add the06:15
wing_hmm ok, I can ping DNS servers just fine06:16
wing_but my browser cannot do this?06:16
beanbut you can't query them?06:16
beandig @ google.com06:16
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CrazyZurferBean: things appear with permissions = owner: 1000 - user #100006:17
CrazyZurferIs that normal?06:17
beanCrazyZurfer: yes, uid 1000 = first user non system created06:17
wing_bean yeah it's weird06:18
CrazyZurferBean: where dic you learn so much? :)06:19
wing_what does dig @ mean?06:19
beanCrazyZurfer: i do this all day at work06:20
dr_willisdig - DNS lookup utility06:20
beanwing_: run that on the command line,06:20
dr_willis dig (domain information groper) is a flexible tool for interrogating DNS name servers.06:20
beanits to see if you can query any dns servers.06:20
wing_ok done06:21
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dr_willis;; Query time: 48 msec06:22
wing_it's really strange because I had internet, did the upgrade to quantal, albeit a weird way, then upon restart bam, this problem06:22
dr_willisshows i have a decent connection to the dns servers wing_06:22
wing_i got 398 msec06:22
beanwing_: but it came back with a result?06:23
wing_yeah it seemed to do fine, no errors06:23
beanwing_: have you tried to curl anything06:23
wing_curl google.com ?06:24
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beanit should spit back a blob of code06:24
CrazyZurferBean: when I do a "dir" at /home/ubuntu  it says a big string of numbers and "-" and at the end Joako -> that was my user name what is all that string :)06:24
wing_Couldn't resolve host 'google.com'06:24
JokesOnYou77Hi all06:24
wing_I think something got messed up when I upgraded06:24
beanwing_: if you do dig google.com without the @ does the results look different06:25
dr_willisCrazyZurfer:  dir here just gives a list of filenames.  perhaps you have a dir alias thats differnt.06:25
dr_willisalias dir   (may show the alias)06:25
wing_bean, it says that it timed out no servers could e reahed06:25
JokesOnYou77I just attached an IDE drive to my computer by USB (with a converter) and it shows up in palimpsest but not in fdisk -l or anywhere else I can find.  Can anyone help me mount it?06:26
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beanwing_: you need to change what dns servers you are using06:26
beanwing_: do you know how to do that?06:26
iterwing, you need an IP address, default gateway and subnet mask, and nameserver entry in /etc/resolv.conf06:26
wing_do you think that if you knew how I did upgrade it would help?06:26
beaniter: ... no06:26
nuxninjaanybody want my help .......questions please06:27
wing_umm, not really I tried to but it has and still for some odd reason,06:27
wing_bean I used the network panel06:27
beanwing_, okay, see if it will let you set custom dns servers. use and
xibbean, er06:28
cfhowlettwing_, for grins and giggles, please reset your router and attempt to connect06:28
dr_williswing_:  thers really only 1 or 2 ways to upgrade...  unless you did somthing really wonky06:28
ubottuTo replicate your packages selection on another machine (or restore it if re-installing), you can type « aptitude  --display-format '%p' search '?installed!?automatic' > ~/my-packages », move the file "my-packages" to the other machine, and there type « sudo xargs aptitude --schedule-only install < my-packages ; sudo aptitude install » (this may cause problems with multiarch before 12.10) - See also !automate06:28
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iterwhy would you use opendns?06:29
wing_I put and after changing settings to Automatic(DHCP) addresses only06:29
iterthey are evil06:29
itervery good wing, use goog dns at least06:29
beanwing_: okay, that should work.06:29
beaniter: because it doesn't matter?06:29
beaniter: opendns is perfectly safe.06:29
JokesI just attached an IDE drive to my computer by USB (with a converter) and it shows up in palimpsest but not in fdisk -l or anywhere else I can find.  Can anyone help me mount it?06:29
itershrug, f opendns and their nxdomain hijacking06:29
iterat least goog doesn't do taht06:29
iterwing_: ifconfig shows your correct info for IP and subnet mask ?06:30
wing_dr_willis: what I did, and it seemed to work fine until this, was to change all my sources.list to the quantal default ones, then I did upgrade through the upgrade manager06:30
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iterand netstat -rn has your correct gateway?06:30
dr_williswing_:  that was totally the Wrong way.. You are lucky the system even boots.06:30
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dr_willisJokes:  try 'sudo blkid' to see if its seen06:31
iterthat's the old school debian method right there06:31
wing_dr_willis: so I did it the wonky way?06:32
iter%s/olddistro/newdistro/g && apt-get update && apt-get upgrade06:32
dr_williswing_:  the worse way possible i imagine..06:32
dr_willisfor ubuntu06:32
itermeh, nothing that you can't fix06:33
Jokesdr_willis, it's not seen according to blkid, but palimpsest shows it as a peripheral usb device on /dev/sde06:33
itercan you ping wing_06:33
wing_bean no luck, it has listed the google DNS servers now but still the browser doesn't find servers :-(06:34
wing_iter yeah that works fine06:34
itercan you ping google.com06:34
dr_willisJokes:  id unplug/plug it back in.. and see if dmesg mentions any errors about it06:35
itercat /etc/resolv.conf | pastebinit06:35
Jokesdr_willis, replugging worked!  Now I feel a little silly, but thank you :)06:35
wing_no such file or directory06:35
iterright, that's not installed06:35
itertry sudo echo 'nameserver' >> /etc/resolv.conf06:36
iterthen ping google.com again06:36
beancan't sudo echo with redirection06:37
beanthat won't work06:37
iterok... sudo -s06:37
beanecho 'nameserver' | sudo tee /etc/resolv.conf06:37
iterthen echo 'nameserver' >> /etc/resolv.conf06:37
Jokesdr_willis, I now have a new problem.  Most of the drive is made of logical partitions and I can't access them06:38
JokesError starting job: Failed to execute child process "lvchange" (No such file or directory)06:38
dr_willisJokes:  what filesystem?06:38
wing_permission denied06:38
Jokesdr_willis, ext406:38
wing_using sudo or sudo -s06:38
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beanwing_: use this06:38
bean echo 'nameserver' | sudo tee /etc/resolv.conf06:38
iterif you type sudo -s and press enter it should ask for a password06:38
dr_willisJokes:   so if you try to mout them by hand they give any error messages?06:39
wing_oh, i"ll try other way06:39
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wing_thannks now I can ping google.com06:40
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Jokesdr_willis, mount: unknown filesystem type 'LVM2_member'06:40
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wing_but browser still can't see it, do I need to restart them?06:41
JokesMaybe I should just plug it back into the old box and use a live distro :/06:41
wing_oh I guess so06:41
dr_willisJokes:  ive  never used lvm's so no idea on those06:41
wing_It works now thanks!!!06:41
wing_that was strange06:41
iterwhat happens when you type sudo -s and press enter06:42
wing_dr_willis: apparently I've found a new way to upgrade, just make sure to fix /etc/resolv.conf after attempting my method06:42
Jokesdr_willis, crap.  Thanks for trying.06:43
JokesAnyone know how to mount an external drive that uses LVM groups?06:43
dr_williswing_:  its not a new way.. its an old way that has left many people who come in here with totally unbootable systems06:43
wing_dr_willis: seems like the easiest way, it really should be supported06:44
wing_it could be called a 'seamless' upgrade06:45
Jokesdr_willis, IT LIVES!!!06:46
dr_williswing_:  it can cause severe breakage....   theres reasons they developed the do-release-upgrade tool06:46
JokesHad to install package: lvm2  apparently was removed after 11.04 update06:46
wing_hmm I'll have to look into that method could be a bit safer for next time06:47
iteryes, use do-release-upgrade06:48
dr_willisa bit safer is a understatement..06:48
dr_willisYou could have been looking at a total reinstall.06:48
iterhowever I have a machine which has been upgraded since dapper with the other method06:48
iterworks fine06:48
iterwow that's 14 releases ago huh06:49
wing_I remember when Ubuntu first came out I had them send me some CD's06:50
nighthawknzanyone got hyperv experience06:50
wing_they were free06:50
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wing_should I use firmware-libertas or linux-firmware?06:57
nathanbzhow do i tell what version of apache i have installed07:00
nathanbzas in prefork, normal etc07:00
wing_oic it looks like firmware-libertas is obsolete now07:01
iterif you installed from repos you can dpkg -i | grep -i apache07:01
nathanbzthanks iter thats the command i wanted :)07:01
iterin that case you definitely want the correct command07:01
itershould be dpkg -l sorry07:01
nathanbzyeah i knew it was l07:01
nathanbzI just couldn'07:02
nathanbzwas just having a brain fart07:02
wing_what's this weird screen sliding thing in quantal called?07:06
arunkumar413how to make geany execute this command : "qmlscene <filename>07:11
wing_anyone know what it's called, it's when you go to the bottom of the screen and the whole thing comes up07:12
aeon-ltdwing_: some kind of hot corner app?07:12
wing_it's the default in quantal when your cursor goes to the bottom of the screen07:13
wing_I'd like to remove it but I don't know what it's name is07:13
arunkumar413wing_: notification area07:13
arunkumar413how to make geany execute the terminal command : "qmlscene <filename>"07:15
arunkumar413instead of going to the terminal and compliling the program I want to compile it directly from the geany07:16
ActionParsnipArunkumar413: ask in #geany too07:20
* TXRoadkill is away: Off to find a shrubbery...07:22
somsip!away > TXRoadkill07:22
ubottuTXRoadkill, please see my private message07:22
AscavasaionI have tried to do a sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree and it tells me there is no candidate.  Do I need to enable nonfree in repositories, and if so where do I do it?  I have opened Synaptic for ease of use now.07:28
ActionParsnip! Info flashplugin-nonfree07:28
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: what is the output of:   cat /etc/issue     thanks07:29
AscavasaionActionParsnip: cat /etc/issue - Ubuntu 12.10 \n \l07:30
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ActionParsnipAscavasaion: http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=flashplugin&searchon=names&suite=quantal&section=all07:31
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: enable the multiverse repo07:31
mikubuntulast two times i've booted i get a message (preboot) that /tmp file is not present or mounted ... with the option to skip or mount manually ... whats up with that07:31
ActionParsnipMikubuntu: do you have a separate partition for /tmp?07:33
ActionParsnipMikubuntu: is the /tmp folder present?07:33
mikubuntuActionParsnip: i don't know ... if i enter 'm' for manual mount it seems to go ahead and boot07:35
AscavasaionActionParsnip: It is enabled.07:35
mikubuntuActionParsnip: i haven't done anything other than the updates that the manager presents07:36
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree07:37
mikubuntuActionParsnip: worried that one of the next times i try to boot its not going to07:37
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ActionParsnipMikubuntu: what is the output of:   file /tmp07:38
AscavasaionActionParsnip: E: Package 'flashplugin-nonfree' has no installation candidate07:38
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: flashplugin-installer07:39
mikubuntuActionParsnip: just a sec07:39
AscavasaionActionParsnip: flashplugin-installer is already the newest version.07:40
mikubuntuActionParsnip: /tmp: sticky directory07:40
ActionParsnipMikubuntu: does: ls -l / | grep tmp    show full access (drwxsrexrwx)07:41
ActionParsnipWithout the e07:41
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lex_ey guyz07:43
AscavasaionHell, am I the ooooooonly person on Planet earth that can never get Flash to work?07:44
lex_oh really?07:44
mikubuntuActionParsnip: drwxrwxrwt  13 root root 135168 Jan 22 02:39 tmp  (tmp in red)07:44
AscavasaionDoes Microsoft own Adobe/Flash now?  Judging by the fact that its downloads never work, they are stopping support... sure sounds like a Microsoft move to me.07:46
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: adobe owns flash07:47
AscavasaionActionParsnip: Oh, well then I am just too stupid to get it to work.07:47
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: I use chrome,  it comes with pepper flash, no need for Adobe's thing07:47
AscavasaionActionParsnip: Chrome, Chromium, and Firefox do not work with Flash when I touch it.07:48
ActionParsnipMikubuntu: mine is green.  Could be significant.07:48
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: i remove all flash packages and install chrome,  done07:49
AscavasaionActionParsnip: LEt me try that.07:49
mikubuntuActionParsnip: you think? :P07:49
mikubuntuActionParsnip: you think? :P07:49
AscavasaionActionParsnip: I began with a sudo apt-get emove flash*07:50
mikubuntuActionParsnip: i was assuming that it could be a bug that came in an update -- this is the first case you heard of this?07:50
hellyeahwhat are you saying about this07:51
AscavasaionOh for the love of!  No chrome either.  Only chrome available.07:51
ActionParsnipHellyeah: this is support only07:52
AscavasaionOh for the love of!  No chrome either.  Only CHROMIUM available.07:52
hellyeahi just ask for response07:52
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: its nit in the repos. Calm down07:52
hellyeahquestion is ubuntu 12 comes with spyware07:52
ActionParsnipHellyeah: I suggest you take it to #ubuntu-offtopic07:53
somsip!adlens | hellyeah07:53
ubottuhellyeah: If you wish not to see "More Suggestions" from places like Amazon in your Ubuntu 12.10, simply remove the package unity-lens-shopping, or adjust your Privacy settings as shown here: http://goo.gl/kFO4u . Mark Shuttleworth's blog entry on this is at http://goo.gl/uF7zZ07:53
ActionParsnipHellyeah: thats not a question,  its sn incorrect statement07:53
ActionParsnipHellyeah: its not spyware07:54
dr_willisand its been covered in detail in about every blog and  other ubuntu info sites about.. what? 8 mo ago?07:54
ActionParsnipHellyeah: yoy been in a cave or something?07:55
hellyeahi just saw a mail abouthat07:55
hellyeahand i come here to ask07:55
ActionParsnipDr_willis: I was watching this tv show about this guy called Hitler, we should totally stop him07:56
dr_willisdown with evil! ;)07:56
dr_willishellyeah:  see   Shuttleworth's blog entry on this is at http://goo.gl/uF7zZ   and the info at the omgubuntu and webupd8 and other ubuntu blogging sites07:57
david_Wondering if linux projects could be compiled in android07:57
somsipActionParsnip: As someone who is in this channel to help others when he can, I find your response to hellyeah deplorable. You're usually very helpful. It is not necessary to rag an uninformed person like this. I though we were better in this channel07:57
AscavasaionActionParsnip: I did the following http://www.itworld.com/software/304992/install-googles-chrome-browser-ubuntu-1210 and chrome is downloading.07:57
hellyeahActionParsnip:  you dont have to attack me07:58
ActionParsnipHellyeah: I didn't,  just pointing out that its not spyware07:58
dr_willisdavid_:  not without some work i imagine.07:58
hellyeahActionParsnip:  yoy been in a cave or something? this is kinda aggressive talking07:59
hellyeahno problem anyways07:59
ActionParsnipWas meant as a joke, apologies all round07:59
david_I know its possible with the NDK somehow.08:00
somsipActionParsnip: ok by me. Back on-topic then, eh?08:00
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hellyeahActionParsnip:  actually i want to defend ubuntu because i saw an email in mailling list. And i need source to collapse this statement. Because i know there are a lot of people that saw these email and probably use ubuntu. I dont want  anyone have biased idea or something08:01
hellyeahi love open source.08:01
cloudui love open source tooo08:01
varikonniemihow can i make the fullscreen videos of the web not to open in the upper left most monitor? I have the second monitor on the left side, and it opens all flash in it08:02
Ascavasaionhellyeah: Let it go, he was joking, you misunderstood him which is easy on chat.  ActionParsnip is the most helpful perso in the channel, and I have been coming here for years.08:02
clouduany one  know step by step off cloud08:02
ActionParsnipHellyeah: the data is anonymous,  so its not spying08:02
hellyeahActionParsnip:  my english is kinda poor i am sorry if i misunderstood you wrongly08:03
mikubuntuActionParsnip: any idea how to fix?08:03
hellyeahbut i am sincere with last thing i said08:03
ActionParsnipCloudu: what is off cloud please?08:03
varikonnieminvsettings does not help here, as i have selected the primary monitor08:03
varikonniemiet flash does not accept this08:03
ActionParsnipMikubuntu: if you run:   mount; lsb_release -a; uname -a      can you pastebin the output please08:04
mikubuntuActionParsnip: just a sec08:05
apm1if i enable/on the firewall in gufw  once and then close gufw will the firewall be disabled ?08:05
clouducloud computing08:05
dr_willisvarikonniemi:  the omgubuntu or webupd8 blog site had a artical on flash 'hacks/tweaks' to fix some of the issues with full screen flash videos. Mainly dealing with Multi-monitor support08:06
ActionParsnipCloudu: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEC08:06
ActionParsnipApm1: ufw will run in the background08:07
varikonniemidr_willis, do you happen to have an url?08:07
apm1with the same prefrences as i previously setup with gufw ?08:08
dr_willisvarikonniemi:  nope. those are the only 2 ubuntu news/blog sites i go to . so it was on one of those 208:08
ActionParsnipApm1: yes, gufw is a GUI to the service08:08
varikonniemikk i try google my way through :D08:08
apm1and do i have to edit these prefrences after every reboot08:08
david_It is interresting that 11.2 would be the last adobe flash for linux, since a merger of Adobe with Microsoft is in the works.08:08
dr_willisvarikonniemi:   or go to the 2 sites and look ;) i belive it was on the top 'links' bar of one of them the other day08:08
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varikonniemidavid_, merger?08:09
varikonniemiwhere from is this info08:09
varikonniemii thought it had to do with google taking over flash development on linux through chromium, and adobe just freeing resources08:09
apm1ActionParsnip, do i have to edit these preferences everytime or ufw retains them even after a reboot ?08:10
vhadili want to build ubuntu server, stable version for server version what 12.08:10
somsipvhadil: if it's for production, 12.04 is probably best as you have long term support on it08:11
david_I tried to watch a facew book video and it said that I needed a plugin.  When I clicked to get it, it said 11.2 was the final release.  I read elsewhere of a partnership of Microsoft with Adobe and a possible merger.08:11
ActionParsnipVhadil: I'd go for precise,  it is LTS08:11
vhadilActionParsnip, thanks dude08:12
chamunkshow do I allow permalinks in apache I thought it was simply a2enmod rewrite08:12
ActionParsnipDavid_: what is the output of:  lsb_release -a; uname -a; dpkg -l | egrep 'flash|gnash|swf|spark'     thanks08:13
mikubuntuActionParsnip: http://imagebin.org/24377708:13
somsipchamunks: is this Wordpress?08:13
ActionParsnipChamunks: I'd ask in the apache channel too08:13
chamunksI was conciddering it ActionParsnip08:14
chamunkssomsip, yes08:14
AscavasaionActionParsnip: Well, chrome is installed... now to se if Flash works.08:14
somsipchamunks: make sure /wordpress/.htaccess can be written/created by www-data.08:14
apm1ActionParsnip, sorry to ask a stupid question ,but does ufw retain the preferences i edited with gufw even after a reboot ?08:14
mikubuntuActionParsnip: just now i had to log out and back in to webchat.freenode.net because when i tried to post the page said that action would close all irc windows -- that never happend before, could it be related to the /tmp thing?08:14
ActionParsnipApm1: I imagine so but I don't use it08:15
ActionParsnipMikubuntu: why an image for text?08:15
AscavasaionActionParsnip: The application Google Chrome has closed unexpectedly"... awesome!!!!08:15
chamunkssomsip, http://puu.sh/1R0gN08:15
mikubuntuwanted the red type to show ActionParsnip08:15
mikubuntuActionParsnip: do you need it in text08:16
somsipchamunks: do you get an error in Dashboard when you try to enable permalinks?08:16
chamunkssomsip, not when i enable them just when I navigate once I have done so.  plus in w3tc plugin it tells me the .htaccess file isnt allowing rewrites or nginx is interfearing but i dont have nginx installed so its likely the htaccess08:17
david_LSB Version:core-2.0-amd64:core-2.0-noarch:core-3.0-amd64:core-3.0-noarch:core-3.1-amd64:core-3.1-noarch:core-3.2-amd64:core-3.2-noarch:core-4.0-amd64:core-4.0-noarch08:18
david_Distributor ID:Ubuntu08:18
david_Description:Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS08:18
FloodBot1david_: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.08:18
somsipchamunks: and mod_rewrite is enabled and working?08:18
david_Linux ubuntu 3.2.0-36-generic #57-Ubuntu SMP Tue Jan 8 21:44:52 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux08:18
ActionParsnipMikubuntu: no, its just lighter and faster to use text in every way08:19
chamunkssomsip, well according to the diagnostics from the w3tc it is.08:19
somsipchamunks: ugly fix is to chmod 777, write it, then chmod it back to something safe. But it's something around permissions08:20
mikubuntuActionParsnip: didn't know if the red type was significant, never had colored type come out of term08:20
ActionParsnipMikubuntu: all I can suggest is to test RAM using memtest86+ from Grub, also run an fsck from liveCD to make sure the drive and data are ok08:20
chamunkssomsip, hmm apparently it did write out just now it didnt give me the option before but its now telling me the same error again let me f5 a few times.08:20
ActionParsnipDavid_: use a pastebin. I did say08:20
AscavasaionActionParsnip: Well, Opened Google Chrome and Youtube for example tells me I need to install plugins. :(08:21
ActionParsnipDavid_: actually I didn't,  sorry08:21
ActionParsnipDavid_: http://pate.ubuntu.com     or similar08:21
philwyettAscavasaion: What is your cpu?08:21
Ascavasaionphilipballew: Very old AMD08:22
philipballewphilwyett, ^08:23
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: can you please pastebin the output of: lsb_release -a; uname -a; dpkg -l | egrep 'flash|gnash|swf|spark'08:23
mikubuntuActionParsnip: don't know how to do either of those ... its late guess i'll just hope it boots tomorrow - lol.  thx, nite.08:23
nathanbzi created a user with sudo useradd -d /home/testuser -m testuser08:23
nathanbzbut when i change to that user there command line seems very limited08:23
philwyettAscavasaion:  Flash and Pepper flash in chrome require SSE2 instructions. Flash will not work for you.08:23
nathanbzdo i need to setup some bash settings or somethingk08:23
ActionParsnipNathanbz: us3 adduser instead08:24
nathanbzhow do i remove the user i created08:24
Ascavasaionphilipballew: Oh, okay, thank you. :(08:24
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chamunkssomsip, no difference08:24
ActionParsnipNatanbz: sudo userdel testuser08:24
somsipchamunks: what did you do?08:25
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chamunkssomsip, chmod 077708:25
chamunkssomsip, http://puu.sh/1R0oq08:25
AscavasaionActionParsnip: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/1557794/08:25
ActionParsnipNathanbz: there is an option to remove the home of the user too but I forget it08:25
somsipchamunks: did you set AllowOverride All (or whatever) in your virtual host for this site?08:26
chamunkssomsip, likely not08:26
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: sudo dpkg -P flashplugin-installer08:26
somsipchamunks: which would enable mod_rewrite to the site...maybe one to look at08:26
chamunkssomsip, good call it was set to none08:27
somsipchamunks: tada!08:27
chamunksI'll run that on all my vhosts and see how that works.08:27
AscavasaionActionParsnip: Okay I did sudo dpkg -P flashplugin-installer and have restarted Chrome and still no luck.  philipballew said "Flash and Pepper flash in chrome require SSE2 instructions. Flash will not work for you."... I am using an old AMD processor... is he correct?08:29
chamunkssomsip, you're my hero08:29
chamunkssomsip, permalinks works now and I set .htaccess back to default perms and it seems to be agreeing entirely.08:30
babhi guys08:30
philipballewAscavasaion, you can hit your tab key till it shows the right name usually08:30
somsipchamunks: np. Just bear in mind that All is not a safe production setting. And you know about the w3tc cache bug, yes?08:30
chamunksI do not08:30
chamunkssomsip, so after I'm finished I should set it back to none?08:30
ActionParsnipAscavasaion: you may need an older flash, or you could try gnash, lightspark or even minitube , no need for flash then :)08:31
somsipchamunks: go to http://your-site/wp-content/cache If you geta directory list, block the dir in htaccess08:31
AscavasaionActionParsnip: Okay, cool man.08:31
Ascavasaionphilipballew: Huh?08:31
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chamunkssomsip, I got a 40408:31
somsipchamunks: k - should have been patched by now if you've downloaded a new version. Override None will kill your htaccess again, but it might be better to allwo htaccess, but disallow others. You'll need to read up on that yourself08:32
philwyettAscavasaion: My old workaround: http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=134940#c6008:32
philwyettAscavasaion: yes yyou can use an old version. :-)08:33
Ascavasaionphilipballew: Okay, I get it now HAHAHA!08:33
fishcookeri want to build ubuntu with no window desktop manager.. so the ubuntu after booting directly running my apps08:34
chamunkssomsip, well either way you saved the day again you're awesome cheers08:34
somsipchamunks: np.08:34
Ascavasaionphilwyett: Thanks for the tip, but I think that is a little advanced for me.08:35
ActionParsnipFishcooker: install ubuntu minimal08:36
ActionParsnipFishcooker: you can then install something like fluxbox or openbox to draw the windows08:37
philwyettAscavasaion: No probs. You could try gnash as ActionParsnip suggested.08:37
ActionParsnipFishcooker: install slim as a login manager and a network manager irf you are using WiFi.  Total space is about 1.2Gb08:38
EaglemanIs there something like this for scp?  Subsystem sftp internal-sftp08:38
Stefan91Do you know if getting an internet connection via wireless is possible with ubuntu installed on a lenovo laptop?08:38
ActionParsnipEagleman: you can SFTP to localhost if that is what you meant08:39
ActionParsnipStefan91: sure08:39
EaglemanActionParsnip, i want to copy a file to a remote system, using scp08:39
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ubottuscp is a secure way of copying files across networks using !SSH. Usage: scp filename user@host:filename - WinSCP is a client for Windows, available at http://winscp.net/08:39
icerootEagleman: scp localfile.txt user@host:/path/on/the/target/08:40
ActionParsnipEagleman: nautilus can connect to sshfs too08:40
EaglemanActionParsnip, that works however i want users inside a group that only allows them to use scp:  Subsystem sftp internal-sftp  is what i have now08:40
ActionParsnipEagleman: you could chmod and chown the scp binary to restrict access08:41
EaglemanSubsystem sftp internal-sftp  should allow scp?08:42
Stefan91when i use the network-connection icon in the menu bar on the top right when ubuntu is started, there do not appear any network connections, do i have to set up anything before i can acces internet, i just got ubuntu on pc and i don't know anything about it08:42
zetheroohas anything changed between Win7 to Win8 in regards to dual booting Ubuntu?08:43
btralwhat is the means of OPT=$(getopt -o fr --long factory,reboot,delete-sysid -n '$TAG' -- "$@") ?08:43
dr_willislooks like its setting the OPT variable to be the oputput of that command. ;)08:44
ActionParsnipBtral: run it then run:   echo $OPT    to see what it sets to08:48
technikfreakhello guys, does anyone could suggest me a good internetfilter so for my kids that they are able to surf safe on the web?08:49
technikfreakthey are 16 and 1408:49
quick-technikfreak: procon works for firefox08:50
EaglemanI was looking for this but then for scp:  ForceCommand internal-sftp08:50
dr_willistechnikfreak:  put the pc in a front room so everyone can see wht they are doing. ;) you may want to look into using Opendns also. It has some filtering features08:50
technikfreaki will try it, but when they start download shit i think the only way is to use a proxy08:50
technikfreakat the moment they don|t have a smartphone but when this will happened..08:51
technikfreakdr_willis : but a 16 year teenager will hve a own laptop08:51
ActionParsnipTechnikfreak: could install squid or snort and use that as a proxy, could use a dedicated box then pull up monthly logs etc08:51
dr_willisGiven the size of 'protecting' the network. You have to really defin what you want to let them do and not do.. theres not going to be a single perfect answer08:51
quick-technikfreak: You can use keywords to block the content and the word list can be changed only with a password . Check https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/procon-latte/08:51
dr_willisIf they have a laptop they can connect to the neighbors wifi and get aroundyour stuff. ;)08:52
technikfreakdr_willis : yeap but than i have done my protection08:52
dr_willisso its most likely going to be a multi-prong approach08:52
technikfreakhaha i will setup for every neihgbarhood a proxy because in case my kids asked for network08:52
technikfreaknormally they are very good and sitting not the whole day gaming or downlaoding08:53
technikfreakbut i see form other parents that they ahve problems08:53
mah454How can get ubuntu mobile ?08:53
mah454can download it ?08:53
dr_willismah454:  at this time.. no.08:53
Stefan91when i use the network-connection icon in the menu bar on the top right when ubuntu is started, there do not appear any network connections, do i have to set up anything before i can acces internet, i just got ubuntu on pc and i don't know anything about it08:53
quick-mah454: HI08:53
Stefan91can anybody help please?08:53
zetheroodoes Ubuntu have any issue with UEFI?08:54
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technikfreakStefan91 : is the network card blinking?08:54
quick-mah454: http://www.ubuntu.com/devices/phone08:54
dr_williszetheroo:  ive herd some people have issues with it... others dont.08:54
Stefan91i got turned on wireless on my laptop and the router is tourned on08:54
quick-Stefan91: Pls ask your question if anybody knows a sloutin they ll respond08:55
Guest87162Guys, I'm on a USB trying out Ubunto. If I try to install OpenVpn by doing  sudo apt-get install network-manager-openvpn I get the error: "Package network-manager-openvpn is not available, but is referred to by another package.08:55
Guest87162This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or08:55
Guest87162is only available from another source" Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?08:55
qualiaubunto :P08:56
Guest87162yes sorry08:56
qualiano that was cute08:56
Guest87162yeah. so any  ideas?08:56
fishcookeri want to make a box running without window desktop manager so after booting my apps running directly08:58
ActionParsnip! Vpn08:58
ubottuFor more information on vpn please refer to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/VPN08:58
dr_willisfishcooker:  you are better off using a very minimal window manager. such as jwm, or fluxbox08:59
ActionParsnipQualia: it gets called all sorts08:59
Guest87162@Action, I did try this command from that page: sudo apt-get install network-manager-openvpn09:00
dr_willisGuest87162:  start with a 'sudo apt-get update' then try reinstalling it09:00
ActionParsnipFishcooker: i've seen guides on just running chrome with some jiggery pokery09:00
dr_willisfishcooker:  what apps are you trying to do this with?09:00
fishcookerjava apps dr_willis09:01
fishcookerwhich the link ActionParsnip :-D09:02
ActionParsnipFishcooker: flwm is probably as light as it goes09:02
ActionParsnipFishcooker: askubuntu.com/questions/141165/how-do-i-install-only-chrome-on-a-minimal-installation09:03
dreamon_Hello. having a samsung printer SCX-3200. first had 12.04 printer work sometime, sometimes not. scanner same. It work till made a new start of OS on there day. same problem.09:03
ActionParsnipFishcooker: I'd go with fluxbox,  its light09:03
fishcookerhave u try openbox(OB) ActionParsnip09:04
fishcookerbtw thanks for the link09:04
ActionParsnipFishcooker: indeed, they are similar09:04
Guest87162Guys, no luck. I've done sudo-apt-get remove --purge network-manager. Then reinstalled and restarted it. But still, sudo-apt-get install network-manager-openvpn gives me the same error of there being no release candidates. Could it be because I'm on a USB and haven't installed Ubuntu yet?09:04
ActionParsnipFishcooker: I run openbox+xcompmgr+docky   and its about 230Mb in RAM :-)09:05
dreamon_Also tried install manually install .. nothing worked fine09:05
ActionParsnipFishcooker: http://db.tt/wv3FcIag :-)09:06
hXmi am in the group www, /var/www/domain is owned by root and group www, i want group www can read write and execute under /var/www/domain and every directories in this09:08
hXmi did chmod -R ugo+xwr09:08
hXmand i see every file as executable and some directories i cant join09:08
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hXmwhat do i wrong09:08
fishcookercool ActionParsnip09:09
CoreyhXm: In short, you made every file executable.  Recursively.09:09
nipaAnyone got some tips on getting a bluetooth headset running?09:09
nipaI keep getting internal errors when trying to pair my device. It seems most people are experiencing errors with the standard bluetooth suite from software center09:10
ActionParsnipNipa: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BluetoothAudio09:10
atlef anyone tried gnome-shell-mousewheel-zoom https://launchpad.net/~tobias-quinn/+archive/gsmz  64bit cinnamon and have it working, it removes mdm and refuses to login even if i install gdm09:12
dr_willis!info mdm09:12
ubottumdm (source: mdm): Utilities for single-host parallel shell scripting. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.1.3-2ubuntu1 (quantal), package size 26 kB, installed size 152 kB09:12
ActionParsnipDreamon: http://askubuntu.com/questions/88700/how-do-i-get-a-samsung-scx3200-multifunction-printer-scanner-working09:12
dr_willisHmm. not even sure what mdm does. ;)09:13
atlefuniversal access zoom function was not to my liking09:13
quick-!info simon09:13
ubottuPackage simon does not exist in quantal09:13
ThinkT510!mint | atlef09:13
ubottuatlef: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org09:13
dr_williscinnamon is also not supported here i belive.. it can break ubuntu.09:13
ActionParsnipAtlef: cinnamon isn't supported here09:13
atlefget it09:13
atlef∕me hangs around #linuxmint-help for answer09:14
dr_willisthe main mint channel is on a differnt server09:14
ActionParsnipAtlef: you could install xfce4 and use XFCE if you like a 2 panel desktop09:14
atlefi know09:14
atlefpatient i will, hurr09:15
lstlineage for pussies09:16
rd4guys ,I have one problem----> time print 'hello' >>result           I want to write the time into result file .how to do it ?09:17
Stefan91 when i use the network-connection icon in the menu bar on the top right when ubuntu is started, there do not appear any network connections, do i have to set up anything before i can acces internet, i just got ubuntu on pc and i don't know anything about it09:18
ThinkT510rd4: #bash could help09:18
dr_willisrd foo=$(command)  i think09:18
Stefan91the network wireless little lamp doesn't blink in ubuntu09:18
Stefan91could anybody help please?09:18
rd4ThinkT510, ok09:18
ThinkT510Stefan91: depends on your wifi chipset09:18
ThinkT510Stefan91: pastebin lspci09:19
Stefan91how can i influence my wifi chipset09:19
Stefan91can i do any configurations there?09:19
ThinkT510Stefan91: open a terminal and type lspci09:19
AStorm|workI have an issue with unity and multi-screen on ubuntu 12.04 LTS09:19
AStorm|workscreen lock seems to move all windows onto first screen09:20
Stefan91how do i open a terminal? sorry i really donÄt know anything abouut it09:20
ThinkT510Stefan91: then put that info into a pastebin so we can see09:20
AStorm|workis it possible to fix this behavior?09:20
ubottuThe linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome), K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE), or Menu -> Accessories -> LXTerminal (LXDE). Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal09:20
ThinkT510Stefan91: ctrl+alt+t09:20
AStorm|work(or is that a bug I should report somewhere on launchpad)09:20
dr_willisStefan91:  alt-ctrl-t, or look for terminal in the dash  are 2 ways09:20
ThinkT510!paste | Stefan9109:20
ubottuStefan91: 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.09:20
dr_willisfirst thing i always do.. put a terminal icon on the panel09:20
lstdr_willis enjoy your red eyes09:21
AStorm|workapparently I'm unlucky or nobody knows how to fix it (yes, I have tried google and checked wiki)09:21
Stefan91thank you i'll try09:22
dr_willislst:  actually its about 2 hrs untill my normal bed time.09:22
lstdr_willis haha okay09:22
lstdr_willis just kidding (:09:22
ThinkT510AStorm|work: then check launchpad to see if anyone else has run into it09:22
nipaActionParsnip, should I follow the guide for Gutsy?09:23
AStorm|workThinkT510:  1 → 75 of 656 results  <- halp!09:25
AStorm|workmost unrelated too09:25
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AStorm|workah, found the bug, it's "Confirmed"09:26
AStorm|workthat's about it.09:26
ubottuUbuntu bug 832312 in unity (Ubuntu) "During screen lock windows get moved to other workspaces" [Low,Confirmed]09:27
AStorm|workwhy is that Low priority09:27
AStorm|workit's critical user experience bug, trivial to trigger09:27
AStorm|workwell, maybe not exactly critical, but highly annoying09:27
ThinkT510AStorm|work: what version of ubuntu are you using?09:29
AStorm|work12.04 LTS09:29
AStorm|workit's also present in 12.1009:29
ThinkT510AStorm|work: then you may want to add to that bug report09:29
AStorm|workyes, first I need to reactivate the account, eh09:30
icerootAStorm|work: it is is really now low i am always going to #ubunu-bug and ask if someone can check the bug and mark it as medium, high and so on. that normally will also bring some attention to the bug i am facing09:31
AStorm|workiceroot: posting a comment *should* do as well; commented09:32
CQhello, how do I get a remote X display to work? I allowed remote hosts with xhost +, exported the display to the host:0 (also tries host:0.0) but get a message that the host is refusing connections09:35
lstThat's sad09:35
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fishcookeri want to build desktop i want to build desktop video.conference station on linux .. which graphic card that would be recommended for this teleconference session? dual monitor the feed and stream monitorvideo.conference station on linux .. which graphic card that would be recommended for this teleconference session? dual monitor the feed and stream monitor09:39
abcbewafa....a aaa bewafa....aaa bewafa nikali hye tu, jutha payar tera pyar..............ni jutha pyar kitta haye tu bewafa nikali hye tu....09:39
subdesignwhere to set up sleep mode settings in 12.10? Its too short time goes to quickly to sleep09:40
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icerootAStorm|work: yes i think so too09:45
EaglemanI am trying to encrypt a tar file, however after i entered the password nothing seems to happen, and when i abort the encryption the file is reduced to 0 bytes:  openssl enc -aes-256-cbc -e > out.tar.gz.enc09:49
ikoniaEagleman: that command will do nothing09:50
ikoniaEagleman: you've not given en iput09:50
EaglemanI noticed, i think its working now. Have to find a way to decrypt now09:51
ikoniaEagleman: ???? why are you doing this if you don't know how to decrypt it09:52
dr_willisCQ:  you are using ssh x forwarding?09:52
ikoniaencypting something when you don't know how to decrypt it......very silly09:52
EaglemanTo protect my backup.tar.gz file09:52
ikoniaEagleman: yes, but you don't know how to decrypt it09:52
Eaglemanikonia, its just for testing purposes now09:52
ikoniaso it's worthless09:52
Eaglemanfor now it is09:53
justmehikonia, wrong09:53
justmehits not silly, its smart09:53
dns53Eagleman have you tried using gpg?09:53
justmehas long as all keystrokes were recorded and output, there's no issue.09:53
Eaglemandns53, will do it after this09:53
ikoniajustmeh: what ?09:54
ikoniajustmeh: encypting a file so you can't use it....is "good"09:54
ikoniasorry, but no09:54
justmeh[01:52] <ikonia> encypting something when you don't know how to decrypt it......very silly <- wrong09:54
ikoniano, it's not09:54
ikoniaas it makes the file worthless09:54
justmehyou just don't have your head wrapped around an experimentation round09:54
ikoniayou've just created a worthless file09:54
justmehthe keystrokes and issues observed all will teach how to actually use it09:54
justmehits as if you saying don't bother unless you already know how09:55
justmehnot very useful for a learning channel09:55
ikoniaso lets see, you have a file you can use.....you encypt it with a technicque you have no idea how to decypt it and thus making the file usless09:55
ikoniayou need an idea of how to decyrpt it before encypting it so you get the encyption options right09:55
Eaglemanikonia, let me find out how to decrypt it...09:55
CQdr_willis: yes, trying ssh -X remotehost but its not settingthe display at the remote end09:56
ThinkT510ikonia: i think what justmeh is trying to say is that it is good that Eagleman is trying to learn about encrption/decryption09:56
justmehand as long as the keystrokes are recorded even a failed attempt is useful.09:56
justmehanything useful is not silly.09:56
dr_willisCQ:  you  sure you dont me -x  ? i recall -X and -x being opposites.. one disables X fowarding09:56
justmehthus my disagreement ;)09:56
ikoniaThinkT510 I'm not saying learning is bad, but randomly doing things that can potentially ruin your files...unwise09:57
dns53gpg is relatively straight forward, gpg --encrypt --recipient 'email@host' filename,   just export the public key to the user running the script and you do not need a password to encrypt09:57
CQdr_willis: -X enables, -x disables according to the manpage09:57
ikoniaresearch before typing commands seems a more mature approach to achieving the goal09:57
dr_willisCQ:  jusat checking.. seen people get them reversed.. i always just setit to alwaysforward.09:58
dr_willisCQ:   if X forwarding. you shouldent need tobe messing with the xhost command at all. that would let you run an app and have  it appear on the remote pc.09:59
CQdr_willis: any ideas why it wouldn't be set?10:00
dr_willisCQ:   if X forwarding. you shouldent need tobe messing with the xhost command at all. that would let you run an app and have  it appear on the remote pc.10:00
justmehEagleman, i think you forgot the input file?10:01
CQdr_willis: all I'm doing right now is ssh -X remotehost /usr/bin/xeyes and its not getting a display... if I just ssh -X remotehost and echo $DISPLAY its empty10:01
justmehhttp://www.madboa.com/geek/openssl/#encrypt-simple <- random related content @ Eagleman10:01
dr_willisecho $DISPLAY10:02
dr_willisis what i get when im ssh'd and x forwarding10:02
CQlocally I jsut see :0 which is OK...10:02
justmeh@ Eagleman also: http://www.fir3net.com/Redhat-/-Fedora/password-protect-and-encryptsalt-a-file-with-openssl-in-linux.html10:02
justmehyou should be set after looking through those10:02
dr_willisthis is locally10:02
CQwhat do you see if you ssh -X remotehost and there echo $DISPLAY?10:03
dr_willis ssh -X localhost10:03
dr_williswas my test.. Idont have a box to ssh to at the moment10:03
CQno, ssh -X remotehost... thats where you want to run the application.10:03
CQah, ok10:03
CQyes, I get the same thing10:04
CQfor localhost10:04
justmehEagleman, any further issues?10:06
nathanbzanyone know how to access files on s3 from the command line in ubunto10:07
somsipnathanbz: use s3cmd10:08
Eaglemanjustmeh, that example works fine, however i need to encrypt a tar file10:08
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Eaglemanopenssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -in encrypted.tar.gz.enc > decrypted.tar.gz10:13
EaglemanNot sure if this will work10:13
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justmeh-d ?10:14
Saili have apache2 prob i just created mysite.conf file in /etc/apache2/sites-avail/mysite.conf after this i run a2ensite mysite.conf command to enable it   for the failure  this file not working as per my condition so i delete it and after deletion whenever i run apache restart command it gave me error http://dpaste.com/hold/886669/10:19
llutzSail: rm /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/mysite.conf              the dangling link still exists10:20
Eaglemanjustmeh, atleast it works10:20
justmehsee? USEFUL!10:20
EaglemanHowever, its not so secure to use a static password saved in a file with limited permissions10:21
Sailllutz: how to fix this?10:21
justmehsail when you killed the site did you update the a2ensite bit?10:21
justmeheagleman, well the master cert has to be present right?10:21
llutzSail:nest time you use a2dissite   and don't just remove your config10:21
justmehif so, might as well setup for passwordless encryption10:21
Sailjustmeh: how to update it10:22
justmehand, the guys were right, check out gpg10:22
Eaglemanjustmeh, yes i was already planning to do that. Wanted to see how this worked10:22
Sailllutz: thanx man it workd10:22
justmehteamwork there!10:22
llutzSail: things usually start to work, if you do them right10:23
freakynlHi, is there any way to install targetcli without the X crap?10:27
freakynlRunning ubuntu server from a 2G USB stick. targetcli wants to pull in 1.2G of packages I don't have that much space (nor do I need 90% of X)10:27
EaglemanGreat, not enough entropy10:30
kekko97buongiorno a tutti10:32
EaglemanI never get higher than 200 entropy_avail10:32
ikoniaEagleman: what are you protecting ?10:34
Eaglemanikonia, i want to use gpg --gen-key but its saying that there is not enough entropy_avail10:35
jnthsHi, somebody knows a good video editor for ubuntu?10:35
ikoniaEagleman: what are you using for entropy ?10:36
Eaglemanikonia, not sure but i think:  /proc/sys/kernel/random/entropy_avail10:36
llutzEagleman: sudo apt-get install rng-tools  then run "sudo rngd -r /dev/random" in a 2nd terminal (man rngd)10:37
llutzEagleman: ^ while you run gpg --gen-key10:37
Sailjnths: openshot for more info regarding this run apt-cache show openshot10:38
jnthsSail, thanx!10:39
Eaglemanllutz, thats not working either10:40
rigoi would like to reload the sudoers file so give permissions without reboot.10:42
rigohow can i do that?10:42
llutzrigo: just let the user re-login10:42
rigoi c thanks :)10:43
llutzrigo: reboot isn't required10:43
Sailok so i got another problem in apache 2 whenever i access apache in browser it says You don't have permission to access / on this server.10:43
SlingSail: what does the errorlog say>?10:43
llutzSail: you DocRoot needs to be readable by user "www-data", check it10:44
SailSling: what error log?? i am just getting error while accessing browser You don't have permission to access / on this server.10:44
Slingllutz: best to first check what the actual error is instead of assuming its filesystem permissions :)10:44
Sailllutz: can you please tell me the steps please10:45
SlingSail: yes that is the browser error, the real error is in the ErrorLog (usually in /var/log/apache2/error.log I think)10:45
Slingcheck what your ErrorLog is set to in your configuration10:45
rigoim just sucking with xmltv+hts...10:46
SailSling: my last line in error log is http://dpaste.com/hold/886797/10:46
SlingSail: why are you serving content from /root/ ?10:47
Slingyou don't want to give your webserver read access to that folder, put your website in /var/www/somewhere10:47
goshWorkheyah :]10:48
Ben64just because its the documentroot, doesn't mean it should be in /root10:48
headcr4shI need to disable automatic time/date synchronization on my Ubuntu (12.10) machine to perform some tests. I set "network time" to "off" in the control panel, but everytime I set the date manually (e.g. 'date -s "tomorror"') it only stays that way for a few tiny microseconds before switching back to NTP'd date... any ideas?10:49
SlingSail: also best to not use htaccess files if you have access to the main configuration, it reduces performance and makes configuration more complex10:50
SailSling: thanx10:50
ubottuUbuntu for phone has been announced, see http://www.ubuntu.com/devices/phone to find out more and to sign up for progress updates. Discussion is in #ubuntu-phone10:51
headcr4shHow _does_ Ubuntu 12.10 sync it's date/time settings? Package "ntp" is not installed on my machine,...10:52
ikoniaheadcr4sh: if you are not using ntp then it doesn't sync10:53
justmehis ntpdate in?10:53
headcr4shikonia: yeah ... that's what I thought. But unfortunately someting IS changing my date/time...10:53
justmeho nvm10:53
justmehheadcr4sh, more data pls10:54
ikoniaheadcr4sh: bios10:54
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justmehya i would guess your right there, hwclock10:54
headcr4shI execute 'date -s "tomorrow"' to MANUALLY set my date/time (I need to perform some tests) -- I can see that for a few microseconds the date will be set, but after that it switches back immediately.10:55
headcr4shjustmeh: UbuntuTime entry is old and outdated.10:55
justmehhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuTime @ headcr4sh10:55
justmeh^-- updates that bios drivin hwclock10:55
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justmehhttp://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/TimePrecision-HOWTO/set.html <- should be exactly what you're looking fore10:56
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headcr4shjustmeh: ok... I'll take a look.10:58
ubottuThe guidelines for using the Ubuntu channels can be found here: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines10:58
headcr4shchanging the hw clock works... BUT syncing hw clock to system clock doesn't. -- that is really strange10:59
headcr4sh'hwclock --set --date="tomorrow" && hwclock -s' << I can see (just execute `hwclock`), that my hardware clock was changed. But it fails to adjust the system clock.11:00
justmehfirst set hwclock to utc11:00
justmehthen set system tzdata to local zone11:00
headcr4shSomething must be running in the background, but I can't put my finger on anything suspicious.11:00
justmehthen still issues?11:00
Slingzsm1703: might want to change that password :)11:00
headcr4shjustmeh: yes. hwclock is set to tomorrow. System clock won't let me sync w/hardware clock... :-(11:01
justmehwhat commands/output are you getting?11:01
erupterhi guys! is there a well known reason why when in tty console (alt+fn) the alignement of the last row oscillates between the bottom and the top of the screen? as if some vertical alignement was wrong, except we don't have cathode ray tubes anymore :P11:01
justmehpastebin it?11:01
erupterhi guys! is there a well known reason why when in tty console (alt+fn) the alignement of the last row oscillates between the bottom and the top of the screen? as if some vertical alignement was wrong, except we don't have cathode ray tubes anymore :P11:01
justmeherupter, once was good, sounds like you have a vid driver issue11:02
erupterjustmeh, sorry, could not read the first part of the question the first time I posted (blank spaces). that's unfortunate about the vid drivers...11:02
headcr4shjustmeh: I'll try to figure out WHAT to pastebin. ;) -- btw. the time precission HOWTO is not applicable for Ubuntu 12.10 either -- e.g. no /etc/sysconfig/clock file on 12.10 anymore.11:02
headcr4shjustmeh: something must really have changed. In the past it was enough to stop "ntp" and set date/time manually via "date" command...11:03
justmehheadcr4sh, what i do:11:04
justmeh1. set tzdata for local timezone11:04
justmeh2. ntpdate -uv ntp.ubuntu.com11:04
justmeh@headcrash: 22 Jan 03:04:43 ntpdate[2649]: ntpdate 4.2.6p2@1.2194-o Sun Oct 17 13:35:14 UTC 2010 (1)  ////// 22 Jan 03:04:48 ntpdate[2649]: step time server offset -3.830719 sec11:05
BluesKajHi all11:05
justmehgreetz BluesKaj11:05
BluesKajhi justmeh11:06
meghais that true that after installing once we have to install it again and again when a new version of ubuntu is available ?11:08
Ben64you can upgrade11:08
justmehmegha, upgrades are pretty easy11:08
justmehin fact it will tell you when one is out by default IIRC11:08
Slingyes, in the motd11:09
justmehSling, think desktop11:09
justmehmotd can do that also -- but that's typically server11:09
Slingsorry, I'm more of a server guy :)11:09
justmehyou can force a check, lets see, something like 'update-manager -d' or so11:09
Slingbut anyway, best way is probably to subscribe to the announce list11:09
justmehSling, i hear ya ;)11:09
justmehwhen ur system checks for packages it should be checking for releases11:10
justmehdaily / weekly / whatever its set to11:10
meghaso only 1 install will last longer and no need to reinstall on new version release..11:10
justmeh@ megha it is true that a package may be updated several to dozens of times a year11:10
justmehso you would need to download new versions as they come out - IF it matters to you11:10
justmehyou don't have to update I suppose, but i doubt very many people would cosign that as good behavior ;)11:11
justmehmegha, yeah, you will end up with a few extra packages here and there, but for the most part you can just upgrade again and again11:11
meghaso just doing regular updates is fine :)11:11
justmehsure ;)11:11
meghathat's cool :)11:11
justmehI tell mine to check and offer updates daily11:11
Ben64megha: until a new version of ubuntu comes out, then you should upgrade11:11
justmehBen64, don't confuse the package view with the os overall view11:12
justmehtrue for os view, but don't run packages without checking for updates for 6 months11:12
Ben64i don't think he's asking about packages11:12
justmehben64 this is a help chan, so i tend to give a bit extra infoz11:12
antonio_does anyone here use Kdenlive?  For some reason playback is all screwed up...all the clips are playing double speed11:12
justmehits also important to know how to think about stuffs11:12
justmehnot it @ antonio_11:13
Ben64megha: LTS versions released every 2 years, normal versions every 6 months11:13
justmehben64 - also biggest difference, is the normal versions keep more advanced packages11:14
justmehthe LTS versions _tend_ to keep more stable packages11:14
meghaBen64: so for eg if i  am  installing LTS version right now and say after 2 years i can upgrage to newer LTS without reinstalling the whole system ?11:14
Ben64megha: correct11:14
megha:) :D11:15
Ben64next LTS is April 201411:15
meghaeven this is true for norval versions ?11:15
justmehand lts has extended support now, right ben? 5yrs instead of 3?11:15
Ben64normal versions don't last as long11:15
justmehmegha, normal versions expire in 18 months11:15
Ben64justmeh: yes11:15
justmehbut you can mirror repos if you need to11:15
meghaso after 18 months i have to reinstall my system ?11:16
Ben64best to do it after 6 months on normal releases11:16
Ben64or else you have to upgrade a few times at once11:16
eruptermegha, you can keep on going just like lots of machines with winxp or ubuntu 8 do...11:16
Ben64then you miss out on security updates and bug fixes11:17
justmehmegha, let me break down for u11:17
justmehtoday: 12.10 normal. 6 months: 13.04 normal, and so forth, this works very well11:17
justmehtoday: 12.10 normal, 1 yr from now 13.10 normal; this works not so great11:17
justmehtoday: 12.10 normal, 2 yrs from now (after 12.10 is fully dead for a few months) 14.04 - probably break11:18
justmehso, when upgrading go one step at a time in the same line of releases11:18
justmehnormal upgrades normal, LTS upgrades LTS11:18
headcr4shjustmeh: I figured out the root cause of my problem (somehow) -- my DHCP client configuration contains a "request ntp-servers" section. So... obviously the DHCPClient was responsible for keeping my system time synced (usually a great mechanism, but as mentioned... I NEED to set my system time to a bogus value for some tests).11:18
meghajustmeh: till what i understand is you are trying to say that that there is no need to reinstall the system when you are moving from 12.10 to 13.10 just a upgrage does your work11:18
erupterjustmeh, I thought the only distro supposedly able to upgrade where the LTS ones, not the others...11:18
headcr4sh@ justme, others : thanks for your input anyways.11:19
meghasorry 12.10 to 13.0411:19
justmehmegha, for 12.10 to 13.10 do 12.10->13.041->13.1011:19
Ben64megha: yeah you can go 12.10 -> 13.04 -> 13.10 -> 14.04, or 12.04 -> 14.0411:19
justmeh@ headcr4sh - ok once your hwclock is good, then system time games can begin11:20
justmehlets see here11:20
meghathat's what i wanted to know it's cool to go on with your current ubuntu without reinstalling it :D :D :D11:20
justmehand if you really wanna do a big upgrade and be safe, you can dump your installed packages list, either from command line or synaptic, and you can also backup your /home/$USER directory11:21
justmeh@ headcr4sh i see what you mean11:24
alexhqHow to specify Channel for gst-launch v4lsrc device=/dev/video0 for multichannel card?11:25
justmehdate;hwclock --set --date="9/22/16 16:45:05"; hwclock --hctosys;date ##does not do what i think it should11:25
MonkeyDustjustmeh  maybe the people in #bash can help11:35
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justmehMonkeyDust, mebbie.. seems odd tho11:36
zetheroowhat does it take for an external screen on DVI port to be seen by Ubuntu?11:40
vsMS01Can anyone tell me, which kernel will come in Ubuntu 12.04.02 ?11:41
justmehzetheroo, that its a supported live channel, that you have a vid driver for the card in question that supports multimons (most should now), and that you setup each mon separately in xconfig11:41
Ben64!info linux-generic precise | vsMS0111:42
zetherooI added a screen to my T400 laptop ... and it's not being seen in the Displays panel in Ubuntu 12.0411:42
ubottuvsMS01: linux-generic (source: linux-meta): Complete Generic Linux kernel. In component main, is optional. Version (precise), package size 1 kB, installed size 31 kB11:42
zetherooif I use VGA its just fine ... but on DVI no go11:42
vsMS01I heard something about 3.5 will become the default in 12.04.0211:43
cfhowlettvsMS01, actual specs are on the website ...11:43
vsMS01cfhowlett: can you tell me the URL?11:43
Ben64vsMS01: 12.10 has 3.511:44
Ben64not sure what you mean by 12.04.0211:44
tux11211211how do i check if my wirelss card is functioning11:44
vsMS01Ben64: I mean the upcoming point release11:44
justmehzetheroo, maybe one is on a card and the other is onboard?11:44
Ben64i don't think they change kernels in the middle of releases, especially LTS11:44
zetheroojustmeh: ah, could that really be? This laptop has ATI and Intel gfx and atm is running on Intel only11:45
justmehzetheroo, you may need to look at lspci -vvv to see what is attached where11:46
Ben64although... the daily builds do show 3.5 kernel... strange11:46
vsMS01I know that 3.5 is actually included in 12.04 and I also heard that it is supported But I also found https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/Release/Rolling and in addition some comments in different lauchpad tickets11:46
justmehmight not quite get it from it, but that's a possibility, sorry i dont know that particular laptop good enough to tell11:46
vsMS01so linux-image-<flavour> linux-current should point to the quantal kernel now?11:49
dazeI'm connecting to a IRC server that has a self-signed certificate. I want to add it to /usr/local/share/ca-certificates/. How do I get it? xchat-gnome simply refuses to connect, not giving me an option of adding the certificate to my system (as does mIRC on win).11:50
dazeUbuntu 12.10, if that changes anything11:50
_ravenwill Ubuntu Phone be developed for asus padphone 2 too?11:51
daze_raven: community will port ubuntu phone to various models. if it runs android, it most likely will have a ubuntu version for it.11:52
_ravendaze i plan to buy the padphone 2, hopefully it will be a version there for that then ;)11:53
ThinkT510!phone | _raven11:54
ubottu_raven: Ubuntu for phone has been announced, see http://www.ubuntu.com/devices/phone to find out more and to sign up for progress updates. Discussion is in #ubuntu-phone11:54
dazenice concept11:55
justmehbut what they showed off was um11:55
dazeI mean the padphone11:55
dazeit's a bigger screen for your phone11:55
justmehlook up the clambook11:56
dazeif all the phones had a connector in the same place, it would be awesome :)11:56
justmehthey do11:56
justmehits hdmi/mhl11:56
tux11211211how to check my wifi card11:56
justmehif that connector was low latency for mhl that would be really nice11:56
justmeh!wifi | tux1121121111:56
ubottutux11211211: Wireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs11:56
justmehyaknow i just realized, ubuntu is more popular than win811:57
erboanyone know the status of thunderbolt support? does it still make your cpu go crazy to use a apple thunderbolt display under linux?11:58
dazewow, how thin is that clambook? O.O11:58
justmehthink macbook air11:59
justmehso point is, whether padphone, or clambook, the phone is most certainly a legit target for *nix12:00
MonkeyDustwin8 is the best thing that could happen to linux12:00
EaglemanWhy does gpg keeps saying It is NOT certain that the key belongs to the person named in the user ID. If you *really* know what you are doing, you may answer the next question with yes.  I want to trust that key12:00
justmehnot with 12.10 running around lol12:00
justmehEagleman, your gonna need the next dood up12:01
justmehsorry :P12:01
justmehbut drop me the answer when you find it12:01
* justmeh collects these things ^_^12:01
Eaglemangpg --always-trust works12:02
subdesignwith 100Mbit lan how many Megabytes should be a copy process?12:03
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Ben64subdesign: use math :D12:03
subdesigni have 2 ubuntu computers connected trough a router but the speed seems like 10Mbit ..12:03
Ben64there are 8 bits in a byte12:04
Eaglemansubdesign in the ideal situation= 100/8= 12.5MB/sec12:05
subdesignhm thanks12:06
Eaglemanso your 10 mbit speed seems alright, but i think you are talking about MB not mbit12:06
subdesignso 12.5 should be okay12:06
Eagleman12.5 is max with your hardware12:07
subdesignthen all right12:07
MonkeyDustbut max values tend to be theoretical12:07
cristian_cI've enabled suspend with: dbus-send --print-reply --system --dest=org.freedesktop.UPower /org/freedesktop/UPower org.freedesktop.UPower.Suspend12:07
cristian_cIt works but when I try resume, a kernel panic occurs or desktop is unusable12:08
justmehsubdesign, i like installing bwm-ng and run in terminal12:08
dazeso is there a way to extract the SSL certificate from an IRC server? (I'm trying to connect to a server with a self-signed certificate that I want to trust)12:08
justmehthat will tell you what your looking at, and give you something to paste for us12:08
cristian_cIf I launch chromium by the terminal, I get: pcilib: Cannot open /sys/bus/pci/devices/0000:00:02.1/resource: No such file or directory12:09
subdesignjustmeh, thx suggesting no im satisfied with the value :)12:09
cristian_cHow can I solve this problem?12:09
justmehcool ;)12:09
justmehdaze, interesting question.12:10
cristian_cAny ideas?12:10
Lynx_Hi all! I have some trouble starting sshd. I try with "sudo service ssh start" and get the message ist was started. But when I check with ps it's not running, and I also can't connect. Where would I find the error? Is there a log file?12:10
erboLynx_: Check /var/log/syslog12:11
erboyou can also try starting it manually to see if you get a clue to what's going on, "/usr/sbin/sshd -D"12:12
Lynx_erbo: Thanks, I found it already, I had a wrong option in the sshd_conf12:13
noooooive a proble:12:13
MonkeyDustnooooo  let's hear it12:13
MonkeyDustin 1 line12:13
noooooeach time i want to install something from the softwarecenter the warning "untrusted packages" appears12:14
erbonooooo: sudo apt-key update && sudo apt-get update12:14
nooooobut just with everything i want to install this happens12:14
noooooerbo:  thx i ll try12:15
MonkeyDustnooooo  what's the output of lsb_release -sd ?12:15
justmehbtw daze short answer is openssh should be able to do it12:15
justmehi had to 'phone a friend' but i gather the suggestion is to point it at the ircd12:16
dazeok, thanks. I'll look into it now ;)12:16
justmehthough, any good irc client should be able to ignore the self signed cert errors12:16
justmehbut i assume you want to explicitly accept this one, and not 'some others' ?12:16
justmehyeah that could differentiate one leaf from another12:16
dazeaccepting anything on connect isn't that safe :)12:16
justmehok cool, let me know if it works12:17
nooooogpg: Total number processed: 412:17
nooooogpg:              unchanged: 412:17
justmehuse memoserv if i'm afk or offline @ daze12:17
Lynx_Another question: I have just installed Ubuntu, and have a second harddrive in my box. This gets mounted under /media/xxxx. I want to have this permanently mounted under /data, do I have to edit fstab to do this?12:20
justmehLynx_, yeah12:20
justmehok no12:21
Lynx_justmeh: ok, I thought maybe there was a gui way nowadays, I never know what the number in fstab mean...12:21
justmehyou can use gparted maybe12:21
ThinkT510!fstab | Lynx_12:22
ubottuLynx_: The /etc/fstab file indicates how drive partitions are to be used or otherwise integrated into the file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fstab and http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html and !Partitions12:22
Lynx_ThinkT510: cheers, I'll read that12:23
justmehyeah gparted shows mount point but doesnt seem to set it12:24
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BluesKajjustmeh, set the mount points with the partitioner when installing the OS12:28
justmehBluesKaj, yeah, was looking for something within the full install to do the same thing12:31
justmehfor like 30s12:31
justmehvia gui12:31
justmehthere is something, i think, but i dont see it atm, too tired ^^;12:31
BluesKajuse manual partitioning . justmeh then you'll choose the partition , then change and choose / or /home or whatever you need12:32
ThinkT510BluesKaj: he isn't talking about partitioning an install, he just wants a gui front end for editing fstab12:33
justmehThinkT510, actually to be just slightly more precise, Lynx_ wanted it :P12:35
BluesKajok ThinkT510 , guess i should have scrolled back ...never heard of a fstab gui tho12:35
MonkeyDustLynx_  try mountmanager, it's in the software center12:37
troophello, i wonder if there is an option about sleep mode something like this; when i watch a movie it will dedect the process and will wait for the finish video and will sleep. similary windows 7 or 812:42
chris_Is there a way to change the colour of the active and in-active tabs in the ubuntu terminal application? They are so similar that I can barely see a difference, which it makes it hard to know which tab im in.12:43
henn1nkhello guys. which package do i need to install for paperclip (rubyonrails) + imagemagick for png usage?12:48
rockywhat's everyone's favourite gmail notifier (that integrates with unity's messaging dropdown) for ubuntu 12.10 ? i can't seem to get any to work12:48
henn1nkhello guys. which package do i need to install for paperclip (rubyonrails) + imagemagick for png usage? i tried out libmagickwand-dev but that didn't help.12:49
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EaglemanCan this be done without writing 2 files to the disk, tar -cvpzf $file /media/backups/wd500gb/backups/rsnapshot/weekly.0/13:00
Eaglemangpg --yes --always-trust --encrypt --recipient 'robin@eagleman.net' $file13:00
EaglemanInstead of making a tar and encrypting the tar, i want an encrypted tar13:02
MonkeyDustEagleman  guess you better ask in #bash13:02
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KNIGHT-RAKhi all , i forget my ebox password how can i change or find with ssh in my host ?13:05
fairuzEagleman: You can just pipe the tar to the gpg right?13:05
goudkovare there any recommendations against using aptitude with 64-bit 12.04? i'm getting some "internal resolver" messages when trying aptitude install, and no errors when trying apt-get install for the same packages.13:06
goudkovi also read some posts about there being problems with aptitude and multiarch.13:07
MonkeyDustgoudkov  apt-get13:07
goudkovMonkeyDust: ?13:07
MonkeyDustgoudkov  use apt-get, not aptitude13:08
KNIGHT-RAKhow can stop ebox ?13:08
Eaglemanfairuz, i wont end it with a file.tar.gz and file.tar.gz.gpg file?13:08
goudkovMonkeyDust: right. but is there some statement from ubuntu about it? or is it common wisdom?13:08
goudkovI've been using aptitude for a long time. really used to it.13:08
MonkeyDust!aptitude | goudkov there you go13:08
ubottugoudkov there you go: aptitude is another terminal-based front-end to APT. You may encounter problems on multiarch installs (11.10 and higher) as aptitude cannot currently handle the same package with different architectures being installed at the same time. See http://pad.lv/831768 for more information.13:08
goudkovnow, upgrading to 64-bit and things seems to not work13:09
goudkovso i'm trying to figure out if i should abandon aptitude completely and get used to apt-get instead13:09
fairuzEagleman: If you pipe, you will not have the .tar13:09
goudkovMonkeyDust: ok, thanks13:10
dazejustmeh: I was able to extract the certificate by using `openssl s_client -connect irc.myserver.net:6697` and copying the base64-encoded certificate block to a .crt file which I then imported into user's certificates. It seems to be good, except that the certificate in question is expired, so I'm not able to 100% confirm this. It expired ~20 days ago, so a new one should be issued by now. I'll alert the admins. Thanks for your help ;)13:13
deathofboxI was wondering if a computer using Linux can be hacked and remotely controlled.13:14
deathofboxIs it possible? I'm a little bit paranoid that I've been the target of an unscrupulous individual13:14
MonkeyDustdeathofbox  wrong channel13:15
ThinkT510deathofbox: of course it can13:15
MonkeyDustdeathofbox  discuss in #ubuntu-offtopic, please13:15
deathofboxThinkT510: someone on Dalnet threatened to hack into my computer. He started doing a lot ctcp ping commands directed to my username. should I be scared?13:15
icerootMonkeyDust: that is not offtopic here, its a security question13:15
icerootdeathofbox: no you should not be scared13:16
deathofboxOk. Thanks for the reassurance. At the very least I have my firewall on if that helps at all.13:17
ThinkT510deathofbox: a ping is harmless13:17
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icerootdeathofbox: 1. when someone says "i will hack you" you know that it will not happen because a real hacker knows what the word "hacking" means, 2. there are a few things you can do to avoid security riscs, dont run software as root when not needed, dont give your passwords away, always install the latestes secuerity updates by using software-center13:17
deathofboxiceroot: Thank you very much for that! Pardon my ignorance if I throw around the word Hacker loosely. I will admit that I am completely ignorant when it comes to that subject matter.13:18
cfhowlettdeathofbox, and do not use your administrative account for daily use.13:18
deathofboxcfhowlett: Gotcha. I'll create a non-administrative account then.13:19
icerootdeathofbox: but on GNU/Linux there is no reason to be afraid. its always good to be carefully and to ask if you have questions13:19
deathofboxiceroot: That's good to know. And yes, I agree that you can never be too careful.13:20
Valorosuhello guys13:23
Valorosuim a bagabont13:23
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Valorosu whana do nasty stuffs?13:23
Valorosusmoke baluba13:23
cfhowlettValorosu, ???? this is ubuntu support.13:24
Valorosu';lafpsfzd ;oj13:24
goshWorkthe fck was that :O13:28
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DJonesIgnore it, they're gone anyway13:28
cfhowlettgoshWork, move along, people.13:29
goshTummyHurtsnothing to see :D13:29
goshTummyHurtsi see :]13:29
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BluesKajreally quiet in the 'buntu chats today ...supposedly this is statistically the saddest day of the year in the Nothern Hemisphere... how's that for an uplifting statement ...now we can move on :)13:33
fishcookeris cron really essential service?13:35
Picifishcooker: I'd consider it essential.13:36
fishcookerhmm so it automatically loaded from start Pici13:37
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Picifishcooker: its part of our most minimal disk image and yes, it starts at boot.13:38
fishcookerok no offense pici, thanks for the info13:39
hambone2Am I on the Ubuntu channel yet?13:43
iceroothambone2: yes13:43
cfhowletthambone2, what's the problem13:43
hambone2oh, nice, not much chatting atm, confused me.13:43
cfhowletthambone2, this is the support channel.  general chit chat is in #ubuntu-offtopic13:44
BluesKajyeah ,real busy in here today13:44
cfhowlettBluesKaj, must mean those *buntu systems are working right!13:45
hambone2I use Ubuntu on my own computer and like it very much. Thanks for the great experience, but... my dad's new computer came with Windows8 and it is messed up. I wanted to just put Ubuntu on it, but the new computer is like locked up or something with that new "secure boot" that is preinstalled on some Dell computers.13:46
goshHateseverything written before a "but" is superfluous :D13:46
ubottuhambone2,: UEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware, it is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI13:46
FlowRisercfhowlett,  yes, same thing on my school computer ... O.o13:47
FlowRisercan't even boot of usb because of password, can't install from wubi ... i'm stuck using windows13:47
* cfhowlett *wubi* shudder ...13:47
Ben64they keep saying secure boot won't stop linux or anything, but so many people have problems with it13:48
FlowRiserwhy do a secure boot ? what was wrong with the las one ? >.<13:49
BluesKajcfhowlett, flow no cdrom drive13:49
ericshelldoes anyone know how to add a window manager manually built to the list of available managers at the login screen of ubuntu 12? i cant remember, been a while13:49
hambone2So, here is my question: Is there a way to download an image file on my Ubuntu computer, burn that image to a DVD with Brasero and then use that DVD to start the UEFI computer? I'm confused because when I went to download Ubuntu for Windows it offered me a file with an .exe extention, which I don't think will work right as a booter.13:49
ericshellbuilt e16 but cant get it to list at the login screen13:50
cfhowlettBluesKaj, you?  I heard PXE is the method for a no drive option ... or USB13:50
BluesKajI meant FlowRiser , no cdrom or usb13:50
cfhowletthambone2, ubuntu for windows is wubi.  Not recommended except for testing ubuntu13:50
FlowRiserBluesKaj, it has a password on bios and it's set to boot from the hdd first O.o13:50
Ben64FlowRiser: get rid of the password13:51
FlowRiserI know, but that would mean opening the case!13:51
BluesKajwhat about boot sequence ..perhaps gparted on media can help ?13:52
FlowRiseri think those pcs are new or something, coul void their warranty ... Plus, i doubt the teacher won't notice me  opening the case.13:52
maxagaz_do you know a tool to convert a psd image to gimp xfc image (keeping all the elements of the image) ?13:52
FlowRiserBluesKaj, i tried that ...13:52
maxagaz_I mean psd to xcf13:53
FlowRisermaxagaz_, yes, use gimp13:53
cfhowlettmaxagaz_, gimp13:53
hambone2Is there a version of Ubuntu that comes with the "secure key" that lets Windows8 preloaded machines recognize it as an authentic OS?13:53
somsip!uefi | hambone213:54
ubottuhambone2: UEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware, it is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI13:54
cfhowletthambone2, quick and ez.  Install virtualbox in windows.  install ubuntu in virtual box13:54
ericshelldoes anyone know how to add a window manager manually built to the list of available managers at the login screen of ubuntu 12? i cant remember, been a while13:55
BluesKajFlowRiser, what did you try ?13:55
hambone2Thank you cfhowlett, but the new Win8 machine won't even boot up at all. The Win8 OS is refusing to boot, plus I hated it anyway, but when I went to load up Ubuntu it wouldn't recognize the boot disk because or "secure boot." I will read the blue link from ubottu...13:56
MonkeyDustericshell  this here shows how to remove them, guess it helps if you want to add some http://askubuntu.com/questions/81161/how-to-remove-session-entries-from-lightdm13:57
cfhowletthambone2, can't help with windows.  ask ##microsoft or take that machine back to the store13:57
Beifongisn't there a option for wget to stop trying when a read error occurs13:58
BeifongI've checked all the options in --help13:58
FlowRiserBluesKaj, i tried booting of cd, usb, wubi, assisted boot, parting a partition and installing manually on that (didn't have enough permisiions to do that)13:59
hambone2@cfhowlett, yes, we will take the machine back to the store if we can't get Ubuntu loaded, but are trying to avoid that because we live way out in the country and the store is miles away. I think I see the solution on the ubottu link. It says download the 64 bit version on Ubuntu and it will be able to talk to the newfangled laptops.13:59
njd001I am looking for a way to convert my physical HDD into an image so i can wipe my corporate image install ubuntu and then boot my corporate image as a vm in ubuntu any suggestions ?14:01
cfhowlettnjd001, dd or remastersys are tools to look into14:01
blackangeli get this message window:14:01
blackangelOne or more tools required for installations cannot be found on the system.14:01
blackangelInstall the required tool before installing the fglrx driver. Optionally, run the14:01
blackangelinstaller with --force option to instal without the tools. Forcing install will disable AMD hardware acceleration and may make your system unstable.14:01
blackangelNot recommend.14:01
blackangelSee /usr/share/ati/fglrx-install.log for more details.14:01
FloodBot1blackangel: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.14:01
blackangelAnd inside that log it says:14:01
blackangelany one using 12.10 wit an ATI card?14:02
MonkeyDustnjd001  start here http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=95373814:03
njd001well heres the thing the baseline image is a windows image on the SSD i just want to compress and delete it install ubuntu and bring it back as a vm on ubuntu.14:03
njd001remastersys looks like its *nix backup ?14:03
hambone2Thanks for the help guys, I really appreciate you being here for us newbies. I am downloading the suggested version of Ubuntu from SourceForge now and I think it will work on my dad's computer. Bye for now.14:04
cfhowletthambone2, SOURCEFORGE?  Why not download directly from ubuntu?  Better yet, use the torrents and save time and bandwith14:05
njd001ah thats what i wanted14:05
Greenshirtwindows minded14:06
iceroot!anyone | blackangel14:06
ubottublackangel: 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.14:06
Pinkamena_Dstupid question, but...If i had a mac address in the "cloned mac address field" and i14:06
Pinkamena_Ddeleted the profile14:06
iceroot!enter | Pinkamena_D14:06
ubottuPinkamena_D: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line. Don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!14:06
Pinkamena_Dif their anywhere else that mac was stored?14:06
hambone2Uh, I would have picked a torrent, but the link sent me to a short list. Good idea though, I don't like waiting 15 minutes for the image file to download, plus I can pay back by seeding when I find it.14:06
njd001i was pondering DD i'll go read but i assume DD would run from LiveCD boot and allow me to dump it to an external disk.14:06
Pinkamena_Dmy bad14:06
cfhowlettnjd001, sounds like a plan14:06
njd001thanks guys!14:07
cfhowlettnjd001, have fun, be safe14:07
icerootPinkamena_D: the mac is stored in /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent- and it will be assigned to eth0 for example, if you change your mac you will get eth114:07
Pinkamena_Dlike a log somewhere?14:07
icerootPinkamena_D: /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules14:07
* njd001 is a ubuntu convert :)14:08
blackangeli do not know if my question get out since i didnt use past bin so here it is XD  http://paste.ubuntu.com/1559445/14:09
Pinkamena_Dthank you very much, its still in there!14:09
iceroot!ati | Pinkamena_D14:10
ubottuPinkamena_D: For Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto14:10
icerootPinkamena_D: sorry wrong nick14:10
hambone2Please tell me where the torrent links are for downloading ubuntu? All I keep getting are  links to the direct download.14:10
iceroot!ati | blackangel14:10
ubottublackangel: For Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto14:10
icerootPinkamena_D: and it will never delete there automaticly, you have to delete it by yourself if you dont wnat that mac anymore assigned to eth0 for example14:10
iceroot!torretns | hambone214:10
iceroot!torrents | hambone214:10
ubottuhambone2: Quantal can be torrented from http://torrent.ubuntu.com/simple/quantal/desktop/ubuntu-12.10-desktop-i386.iso.torrent or http://torrent.ubuntu.com/simple/quantal/server/ubuntu-12.10-server-amd64.iso.torrent depending on your needs. Other flavors can be found at http://torrent.ubuntu.com:696914:10
hambone2Thanks iceroot.14:12
craigbass1976I've got a fellow trying to connect to an ubuntu box from windows 7 using remote desktop (the windows app)  It works, but only as root.  What privs does root have that we don't that would cause this?14:19
cfhowlettcraigbass1976, is he an admin? No?  Then he shouldn't be root!14:20
blackangelhe said it works only when you are root14:21
craigbass1976He owns the business, he can do what he wants. :)  But he does see that he shouldn't be remoting in as root...14:22
cfhowlettcraigbass1976, ah.  my mistake.14:23
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Ronalds_Mhello everyone14:24
Ronalds_Mfor some reason I have mac osx iso file left on my ubuntu, and I wanted to use oracel virtual box but it fails to start at all?14:24
mad_I vaguely remember there was a commandline tool to manage ppa repositories.14:24
mad_Can anyone give me a hint?14:24
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Ronalds_MI ussualy add ppain software center14:25
Ronalds_Mnot a command line fan that much14:25
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mad_add-apt-repository I guess14:26
Wiz_KeeDhello fellas, could someone please lend a helping hand with this issue?14:29
mad_There is no 'add-apt-repository' as said on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Ubuntu#Adding_PPAs <.<14:29
Wiz_KeeDI tried installing some skype-call-video recorder and it could be becuase of that14:29
Wiz_KeeDthough i did a apt-get remove skype-call-recorder --purge14:29
mad_Ops, sorry, typo. Sutpid me14:29
mad_There is14:29
Ronalds_Myou can't install what Wiz_Keed?14:30
Wiz_KeeDit's in the paste14:31
wjtaylor_Is anyone having an issue with Nautilus in 12.04. It doesn't recognize double-clicks... has issues with single clicks.. anyone? This is on a Dell XT2.14:31
Wiz_KeeDor i havn't included that in the paste by mistake14:31
Wiz_KeeDapt-get install qbzr14:31
Ronalds_MI don't know what that qbzr is for, but try installing trough different source14:33
MonkeyDust!info qbzr14:33
ubottuqbzr (source: qbzr): Graphical interface for Bazaar using the Qt toolkit. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.22.2-1 (quantal), package size 436 kB, installed size 2257 kB14:33
Ronalds_Mit's probably missing that python thingy and other things you pasted14:34
Linux39Hi All,14:34
Linux39im new to linux14:34
Linux39i have installed ubuntu server 12.1014:34
Wiz_KeeDwell it should install the dependecies14:35
jordanrainHow do I get folder shares to stick on reboot?14:35
Wiz_KeeDbut it says there is some broken pacakge or whatnot14:35
Wiz_KeeDany idea what that is?14:35
Linux39may i know how to publish a html sites14:35
MonkeyDustLinux39  better ask in #ubuntu-server14:35
Linux39ok thanks14:35
Ronalds_Mnew to linux, installs server os, great start14:36
cfhowlettRonalds_M, agreed14:36
soahcccIsn't it stupid to disconnect ssh users when their key isn't recognized while allowing password authentication? I was curious why the connection always got disconnected, it refuses my offered key and then disconnects me14:38
icerootsoahccc: and the connection will refuse also when the password is missing/wrong14:43
icerootsoahccc: so what is the issue?14:43
llutzsoahccc: allowing "PasswordAuthentication yes" is always stupid14:45
soahccciceroot: I was just interested, it is an external sftp but I was searching an hour for the cause. I could connect from a Windows machine but all my *nix systems were failing unless I discovered it is the offered key14:46
jhutchinssoahccc: Given that the vast majority of internet connections are protected with passwords, your statement is unreasonably broad.14:48
MakdaamI'm stuck installing ubuntu server on a headless KVM server with "Undefined video mode number: 314"14:48
jhutchinssoahccc: Sorry, it wasn't you it was llutz.14:48
Makdaamis there a working way to install ubuntu without any graphics (ie. only text console)14:49
MonkeyDust!text | Makdaam14:49
ubottuMakdaam: 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%20Mode14:49
ThinkT510!mini | Makdaam14:49
ubottuMakdaam: 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/MinimalCD14:49
MakdaamThinkT510: mini has the same problem... oh I didn't mention I was booting alternate14:49
orudieHi. I am running ubuntu 12.04 with two monitors. When I switch between desktop workspaces (with "ctrl+alt left, right), it shifts two desktop spaces left or right. Is there a way to change it so that it shifts only one workspace, instead of two ?14:50
jhutchinsMakdaam: In other words yes, you just have to do manual package selection and not select a desktop environment.14:50
baborudie, good question14:50
Makdaamjhutchins: I can't even get to the installer terminal :) because the curses installer can't work without a graphics card14:50
Makdaamjhutchins: or at least something along the way of booting it14:51
orudiebab, thanks, well is there a way to change it ?14:51
soahcccllutz: I was glad in the first place that it is at least no FTP to get those (sensitive) data. Although I know regret it a bit due to this stupid error :/ I was wondering if British telecom have a highly secure or just a crap SSH config14:52
llutzjhutchins: a. this refers to ssh b. if you have the choice password vs key, passwords are stupid  and c. at "the vast majority of internet connection" you doesn't habe the choice14:52
Wiz_KeeDAnyone please?14:54
jhutchinsMakdaam: What kind of connection are you installing from?14:54
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baborudie, I'm not a pro, ask the question again here14:55
jhutchinsMakdaam: There is a fairly good chance you've mis-diagnosed your problem.14:56
Wiz_KeeDDoes anyone know how to fix this?14:56
Makdaamjhutchins: yes there is... I'll work around it by getting a working vm image and cloning it14:56
ThinkT510Wiz_KeeD: have you added any ppas?14:57
Wiz_KeeDwhat are those?14:57
llutzWiz_KeeD: sudo apt-get -f install14:57
ThinkT510!ppa | Wiz_KeeD14:57
ubottuWiz_KeeD: A Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge14:57
Wiz_KeeDi remember adding a repository for some obscure software that i didn't need14:57
Wiz_KeeDi tried that llutz14:58
Wiz_KeeDit didn't work :(14:58
Wiz_KeeDi also tried instaling some softwarehttp://atdot.ch/scr/download/14:58
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Wiz_KeeDsorry: http://atdot.ch/scr/download/14:58
Wiz_KeeDwhich crashed and the end of the install14:58
ThinkT510Wiz_KeeD: using software from outside the official repos is probably the cause for 99% of all the dependency problem i've seen here14:59
Wiz_KeeDI really need that package and i don't know why it's broken14:59
Wiz_KeeDWell i won't touch them again that's for sure but now there's the problem of solving everything and going back14:59
slsin #als14:59
ThinkT510Wiz_KeeD: first step is to remove them15:00
Wiz_KeeDi did apt-get remove skype-call-recorder --purge15:00
ThinkT510Wiz_KeeD: not just the software but also the repositories15:00
Wiz_KeeDwell this software that i've added now isn't from a repo15:01
Wiz_KeeDjust downloaded and used deb15:01
ThinkT510Wiz_KeeD: then you can sudo apt-get update15:01
Wiz_KeeDhow do i remove that last repository which i forgot the name to :-s15:01
Wiz_KeeDthanks for helping out by the way, pretty desperate15:01
icerootsoahccc: when you are facing problems connectin with ssh, you should try ssh -v user@host to get a good debug-info about the reason15:02
darkrusu#join semarang15:06
ThinkT510Wiz_KeeD: i can't tell you how because i've never needed to do it myself, but at least you know what you need to do15:08
w1khello, greetings from my atari800:)15:10
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deadmundHow do I use the dig command to look up a specific domain name at a specific dns server?  (For example, dig yahoo.com @  is timing out, what am I doing wrong?)15:12
MraAlbertinaw1k: wow from atary800 ... :o can you help me installing on my microwave (900 watts)?15:12
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leecyI'm having a problem with USB input devices going through a KVM to Ubuntu15:14
leecyoccasionally, Ubuntu will cease listening to the devices and won't resume listening until restarted15:14
heywoodwhat are the best options for remote accessing an ubuntu box behind a firewall/NAT router from outside the network? is the current version of ssh and related tools considered to be secure? i have 12.04.1 LTS.15:16
leecydmesg results shows a barrage of errors hub_port_status failed (err = -110)15:16
deadmundheywood: yes, ssh is very secure15:16
leecyI was able to get to dmesg because I also have a PS/2 keyboard and mouse set on the computer- this seems to happen with every distro I use15:17
orudieHi. I am running ubuntu 12.04 with two monitors. When I switch between desktop workspaces (with "ctrl+alt left, right), it shifts two desktop spaces left or right. Is there a way to change it so that it shifts only one workspace, instead of two ?15:19
leecyany idea why this can happen? I also have two Wintel boxes and a Mac connected to the same KVM, and they don't exhibit this behavior.15:19
heywooddeadmund: ok, ssh gets me a root shell for basic admin tasks. if i want to do something fancier (tunneling a VNC connection through it, exporting a display, etc.), what else would i need to install? something like vncviewer?15:19
deadmundheywood: You should never ssh as root or allow the root user to ssh.  YOu should ssh as yourself (a normal user) and then use sudo or su if you need to.15:20
deadmundheywood: To vnc you need to install vncviewer :P  I can find a guide if you need more specifics.  BTW, vnc over the Internet is slow.15:20
deadmundheywood: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/research/dtg/attarchive/vnc/sshvnc.html15:21
deadmundheywood: ssh -X (referred to as x forwarding) is more efficient15:21
Wiz_KeeDhelp! :(15:22
heywooddeadmund: ah, ok. but i'm a little confused about ubuntu's users setup. right now the root password is not enabled (as per ubuntu default), but my one user account is labelled as administrative.15:22
heywooddeadmund: so i can ssh into the box as myself, then sudo for admin stuff.15:22
heywooddeadmund: i have a remote X server running here so ssh -X would work just fine.15:23
deadmundheywood: Yeah, your account is administrative meaning you can assume the identity of root (by using sudo).  Sudo users your own password to switch to the root user, thus there is not root password15:23
deadmundheywood: ssh as yourself, then use sudo, that is correct15:23
deadmundheywood: ssh -X is great :)15:23
heywooddeadmund: so is it the case than an "administrative" user is just incloded in sudoers?15:23
enblocwhen using ssh with X forwarding, if I run firefox on the remote machine, it appears to see if I have one running locally, and it then opens a tab in my local firefox, refusing to create a new instance on the remote machine (which may not have the same network visibility). I've tried to disable this, but my googlefu is weak, and I can't accurately and uniquely describe the problem in searchable terms.15:24
phschwartzWhat is the best channel to ask questions about deb packaging for ubuntu?15:24
heywoodphschwartz: #ubuntu-packaging ?15:24
deadmundheywood: in ubuntu, yes15:25
deadmundenchilado: firefox --no-remote15:25
enblocthanks deadmund15:25
deadmundenbloc: sure15:26
Lofde_I am using ubuntu, i have a hard drive that i took out of a windows 8 machine, it has all kinds of weird partitions an ESP 524mb fat, DIAGS 42 fat, Unknown 134mb, WINRETOOLS 524MB NTFS, an OS partition 491GB, and a PBR Image 7.8GB NTFS.. i did a "sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdd bs=512" and wrote 0's to the entire drive, but i still cant 'format' the drive, when i try to ask for a password to authenticate can anyone help?15:26
heywooddeadmund: ok. so since i have everything else set up, is it just a matter of starting sshd (manually, via init.d, etc.) on the ubuntu box then?15:27
deadmundheywood: If you installed openssh-server it will be started by default for you (already placed in init.d)15:27
heywooddeadmund: ah, ok. i haven't (yet). do you know if the post-install scripts run by apt would start it?15:28
deadmundheywood: I don't know if it starts after install...15:29
deadmundheywood: you can start it: sudo service sshd start15:29
bonoLofde_: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdd even zeroes the partition table; you need a new one. I recommend gparted15:29
BluesKajLofde_, this might help , but since you've aready tried write 0s to drive , dunno if it will work , http://askubuntu.com/questions/221835/installing-ubuntu-on-a-pre-installed-uefi-supported-windows-8-system15:30
heywooddeadmund: that's easy enough. last thing: my router can do port forwarding (though it's not set up right now). as i recall, ssh listens on port 22. is there any security benefit in forwarding some high-numbered port from the WAN to 22 on the LAN side?15:30
Lofde_these uefi pc's are making me so mad... i had to change all kinds of bios settings to install windows 7 to that computer and replace the drive to get it to function... no one likes windows 8 :/15:30
goshHatesLofde_ thats why they force us to use that shit :]15:31
goshHatesno1 would use win8 if it wasnt such a pain in the ass to change the os =D15:31
goshHatesbut its even more cruel to use win8, so its worth the time changing :>15:31
deadmundheywood: I'm glad you brought that up! ! :)15:32
BluesKajlof  it's not windows 8 itself , it MS trying to become more proprietary and prevent , or making it a PITA to install other OSs in guise of security features15:32
Lofde_**f*cking windows 8.... get bill gates in here**15:33
deadmundheywood: generally, using a non-standard port is rather effective at hiding from script kiddies.  However, this is security through obscurity.  Basically you're not hiding in a better place, just a different place.  So... yeah.  What's better is to use some of the automated systems that automatically block brute force attempts by watching logs and editing a blocklist.15:33
hje841any one got an idea as to why /dev/ttyUSB0 gives 'resource temporarily unavailable' in my own code (C++) when it's run on a 12.04 in a vm on Win7? ( I know)15:33
deadmundheywood: like this15:33
BluesKajLofde_, Bill gates is retired , blame Ray Ozzie15:33
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heywooddeadmund: main issue for me is that i just left the place where the ubuntu box is, and am now far away for a while :(15:34
heywoodunfortunately i didn't have time to set up secure remote access before i left15:34
deadmundheywood: You generally can't configure the router from outside the lan15:34
Piciheywood, deadmund: fail2ban is a popular tool for preventing login attempts.15:34
heywoodso i have to walk a (very non-technical) person through those steps.15:34
Pici!info fail2ban15:34
ubottufail2ban (source: fail2ban): ban hosts that cause multiple authentication errors. In component universe, is optional. Version (quantal), package size 86 kB, installed size 434 kB15:34
deadmundPici: thanks :)15:34
Astradeusubuntu-precise: how can i find the package which created a user/group? (ssl-cert or scanner for example)15:35
deadmundheywood: yes, have fun!  Easiest thing might be to ssh in, shut off ssh and then go there yourself when you get a chance15:35
Wiz_KeeDCan someone please help me remove repositories form 12.04? :(15:35
Wiz_KeeDi tried editing the source.list and i see no extra repository there maybe i missed something :(15:36
heywooddeadmund: i will certainly do that when i'm there next. but i need to do some admin in the meantime, so stopping sshd altogether won't work.15:36
heywoodi'll try sshguard and fail2ban, as you suggested.15:36
deadmundheywood: If it's short term there is very low chance the brute force attacks will work.  Especially if you have an ever remotely good password15:37
soahcccHow can I prevent ssh from sending my key? I found two settings but they are v1 specific :/15:37
heywoodand i have LAN-side config disabled on the router, so i'll need to get that fixed via "meatspace VNC" (i.e. asking the non-techie person over the phone to type specific things at the keyboard)15:37
heywooddeadmund: password is reasonably safe behind the firewall, but if i'm going to expose it to the big bad Intarwebs i'll feel safer with a much longer one15:38
deadmundheywood: yeah, well... sounds like you need to instruct that meat-bag15:38
heywood(not schneier's "epic passpoem," but something similar)15:38
wjtaylor_Does anyone else have trouble clicking on icons in nautilus? It works in list view, but not with icons.15:39
Lofde_i can understand them using uefi , but they've made this hard drive some how password encrypted where changes to it cant be made :/.. the user didnt set any special hard drive password to it.. gparted is giving me an error when trying to change the partition table..15:39
heywooddeadmund: errr... that "meat-bag" is my dad :o15:39
deadmundheywood: haha, didn't mean to offend!15:40
heywooddeadmund: no worries. no offence taken. :)15:40
CreativeEmbassyfirst time install, I'm taken directly to gnu grub version 1.99-21ubuntu315:42
CreativeEmbassyhow do I get into ubuntu?15:42
Wiz_KeeDcan anyone help on the broken package issue?15:42
PiciWiz_KeeD: look in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/15:46
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  I havent followed, try sudo apt-get -f install // also check if you do not have a mix of i386 and amd64 packages15:46
BluesKajLofde_, my understanding is the partitioning has to be done insude w8 then the page i p[osted has instructions how to work around the uefi and get to the bios (most) machines still have it but it's hidden , then you can setup the boot sequence etc15:46
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Wiz_KeeDMonkeyDust, thank you for helping out i tried the first i don't know about the seonc thing you said15:47
Wiz_KeeDdo what in the Pici?15:48
PiciWiz_KeeD: You said you couldn't locate the sources.list for the extra repository.  The files in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ get sourced for entries, so you might find the file you're looking for in there.15:48
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  type sudo apt-get update|pastebinit and paste the url here15:48
Lofde_i took the drive out.. was going to "write over it" with a windows 7 image i have using acronis 2011, when acronis wouldnt see the drive then i had to quickly just take a spare sata drive , write the image to it, then it wouldnt boot in the pc... then i had to go into the bios , disable uefi , set it to legacy boot, and the windows 7 fired up on the new drive, this old hard drive though i would like to use it in some aspect but trying to get t15:48
Lofde_he drive usable now is becoming the big issue15:48
Wiz_KeeDone seccond MonkeyDust15:49
Wiz_KeeDthis all started because of some broken packages MonkeyDust :(15:50
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  are you using PPAs ?15:52
Wiz_KeeDI think i've added one when i tried to add some software to browse my android phone15:52
Wiz_KeeDwhich can only be placed in media transfer shit something15:52
Wiz_KeeDand i added a repo then but i forgot it's name15:52
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  i guess that PPA is the culprit15:53
Wiz_KeeDthat's why i wanted to remove it, how can i remove it? :(15:53
ubottuTo disable a PPA from your sources and revert your packages back to default Ubuntu packages, install ppa-purge and use the command: « sudo ppa-purge ppa:<repository-name>/<subdirectory> » – For more information, see http://www.webupd8.org/2009/12/remove-ppa-repositories-via-command.html15:53
Wiz_KeeDthat's just it, repository-name15:53
Wiz_KeeDi don't know it :(15:54
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  or system settings, sources15:54
Wiz_KeeDno such thing as sources in system settings15:54
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  it's software sources15:55
Lofde_success, i dont know how but after writing all 0's to the entire disk, using gparted and trying over and over to 'write a new partition table to it' it would keep erroring out, telling me it was unsuccessfully but slowly started deleting one partition at a time and finally i could write a proper partition table and then format the drive :)15:55
Wiz_KeeDso how do i find out the package name?15:56
Wiz_KeeDisn't there like a reset command?15:56
MichaelPOn my netbook i have 23 inch HD tv hooked up to hdmi... How do i make grub and plymounth boot show on both screens like it does on the livecd ?15:56
Wiz_KeeDMonkeyDust, i have history of changes installs and whatnot15:58
Wiz_KeeDcan that help?15:58
Wiz_KeeDjust the names of the packages and not the repositories15:59
BluesKajLofde_, cool , glad to hear that16:00
FreeaqHi. I bought a usb wlan dongle, but when I plug it in, networkmanager doesn't pick it up. lsusb shows it just fine though. How can I fix my wifi?16:00
kunaishurikenYou probably don't have the driver for it16:00
Freeaqos: 12.04 lts16:00
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  i think the "Translation" thing is what you have to remove16:00
Wiz_KeeDwhy would you say that?16:01
Wiz_KeeDwhat do you think about this MonkeyDust http://askubuntu.com/questions/124017/how-do-i-restore-the-default-repositories?16:02
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  guess you can try that16:04
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MichaelPOn my netbook i have 23 inch HD tv hooked up to hdmi... How do i make grub and plymounth boot show on both screens like it does on the livecd ?16:06
Wiz_KeeDany other advice MonkeyDust ?:(16:08
Wiz_KeeDsame thing...FUCK16:09
go8765MichaelP: mb this help http://www.noobslab.com/2012/11/install-grub-customizer-302-in-ubuntu.html16:10
nextbhello am new in linux wanna format my flsh drive in command line16:10
nextbhow could i do that16:10
Wiz_KeeDi'm fucked...16:10
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  ok, but mind your language16:11
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  backup your personal data and reinstall ubuntu, if all else fails16:12
davidjonesI need help with connecting to my VPN, I have a pptp and openvpn through anonine and everytime I try to connect the icon just flashes than stops and says VPN service failed to start/Connection attempt timed out16:12
Wiz_KeeDi've already done that, it takes a lot of time16:12
Wiz_KeeDi messed up one repo and i have to reinstall ubuntu...that's silly! :(16:12
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  a lot of time is better than stagnating, like now16:12
Wiz_KeeDthat's messed up16:12
MichaelPgo8765, is that going to show grub and plymouth on the external monitor ?16:12
go8765MichaelP: sorry. no. i dont fully understand what you want16:15
MichaelPgo8765, i have an external monitor when booting livecd.. grub and plymouth show on both screens.. but once ubuntu is installed.. it only shows on the laptop screen. I want it to show on both screens again16:17
Touhou11MichaelP: Have you tried configuring it?16:18
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MichaelPTouhou11, If i new how i would not be asking16:18
go8765MichaelP: you see your second monitor in display settings?16:18
jose5I am trying to configure printing permissions for an admin user.  Any printing gurus here?16:19
MichaelPgo8765, yes16:19
Touhou11jose5: Have you read the CUPS documentation?16:20
go8765MichaelP: so you enle option "mirror displays" in this dialog?16:20
jose5that's where I got stuck I have all printers working but need to configure  admin who can only clear the queue16:21
MichaelPgo8765, im in kde so it probly alittle different16:21
BluesKajMichaelP, I answered your question in#kubuntu16:23
go8765MichaelP: with kde I cant help. but if you try ubuntu desktop, I think all be work good. (I have the ssame problem today with xfce, but when I try ubuntu-all become work)16:23
Wiz_KeeDback tracked it MonkeyDust16:24
Wiz_KeeDsudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/unstable16:24
MonkeyDustWiz_KeeD  great! thumbs up!16:24
BluesKajI'm assuming hdmi isn't much differnt16:24
MichaelPgo8765, alright..16:24
Wiz_KeeDbut if that's not the problem then i'm dead16:25
silvericyHello! i am trying to download unity webplayer to linux16:26
orudieHi. I am running ubuntu 12.04 with two monitors. When I switch between desktop workspaces (with "ctrl+alt left, right), it shifts two desktop spaces left or right. Is there a way to change it so that it shifts only one workspace, instead of two ?16:27
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silvericyHello! i am trying to download unity webplayer to linux16:30
MonkeyDustsilvericy  that's great, but did you have a question?16:30
silvericyHow do i download unity webplayer to linux OS4?16:31
MonkeyDustsilvericy  what's linux OS4 ?16:31
silvericyit is a lightweight version of linux16:31
MonkeyDustsilvericy  this is the ubuntu support channel, better ask in the OS4 channel, then16:32
Picisilvericy: This channel is for Ubuntu support only.  Use ##linux or their channel for support please.16:32
eSa|how do I set gnome-terminal title from command-line inside a running instance in xfce window manager?16:32
xenmaxhi, is is possible to execute windows xp from ubuntu 12.10? In my case i would like to execute my windos xp sp3 installed in one of my partitions.16:33
MonkeyDustxenmax  try virtualbox, it's the closest you can get, i guess16:36
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Hatorihow we can reconfigure console fonts ? Its looks too big16:37
lovrehi all. I have just receive a software update notification saying there are updates for "RPM shared library" and other RPM related stuff.. Why do i have those on ubuntu (mint actually), arent they for redhat?16:37
xangua!mint | lovre16:38
ubottulovre: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org16:38
bazhanglovre, ask mintsupport16:38
lovrebazhang: ok thank you16:38
Hatorihow we can reconfigure console fonts ? Its looks too big16:38
xenmaxMonkeyDust: thanks but VB is for installing new windows i guess, i want to boost an ALREADY  INSTALLED windows xp sp316:39
Hatori!search console-setup16:40
Hatori!info console-setup16:40
ubottuconsole-setup (source: console-setup): console font and keymap setup program. In component main, is important. Version 1.70ubuntu6 (quantal), package size 1108 kB, installed size 1530 kB16:40
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MonkeyDustxenmax  where does ubuntu in the picture?16:42
xenmaxubuntu comes from the fact that it would be the main system16:42
MonkeyDustxenmax  and you want to use ubuntu, to make windows run faster?16:45
snqlhow to send my video (3d quality) up to 64 GB from india?16:45
ncsquid22snql: FedEx16:45
yak_kinglol nc16:47
yak_kingtoday's noob project... installing printer! hehe16:49
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ehnnhas anybody ever had an issue on ubuntu where emails were CC'd to everybody in their address book with a single URL in them?16:51
ehnnthis is thunderbird 17.0.2 on quantal16:51
xenmaxMonkeyDust:  no, i just need to run windows xp sometimes16:51
ehnnlinks all end with yahool2.php but vary otherwise hxxp://www.daume-bauunternehmen.de/images/stories/yahool2.php16:52
quick-whois quick-16:53
yak_kingsorry ehnn I'm complete noob haven't even used thunderbird yet16:53
h00kehnn: It sounds like your mail account is compromised16:53
ehnnas far as I can tell there isn't any malicious code on the pages of those links16:53
h00kehnn: It wouldn't be a thunderbird issue, but it sounds like someone figured out your password and is using it to spam16:53
ehnnthis happened at midnight last night16:53
h00kehnn: whos16:54
ehnnh00k: which password?16:54
Piciehnn: is this a gmail account?16:54
h00kehnn: who'se the mail provider you have set up? (hotmail, gmail, etc)16:54
h00kehnn: your email account password16:54
ehnnthe sent emails are on the local client16:54
wjtaylor_Bug? http://paste.ubuntu.com/1560076/16:54
h00kehnn: thunderbird will sync folders (sent, outbox, etc), so it could have been done from a web interface with whoever your provider is, and thunderbird synch'd the sent folder.16:55
h00kehnn: who is your email provider16:55
h00kehnn: I recommend changing your gmail/google password16:55
ehnntrue, her pass could suck less16:55
ehnnI guess that must be it16:56
h00kehnn: it is synching the 'sent' folder, someone just used your account to send a bunch of spam to your contacts :(16:56
ehnnI've looked everywhere on the local system for traces of anything malicious16:56
ehnnchkrootkit, clamav...16:56
Piciehnn: It probably wasn't done from your local machine.16:56
guest12312whois quick-16:57
ehnnlol, she doesn't want to change her password16:57
Piciehnn: If you login to gmail web, click the details button on the lower right hand side.16:57
ubottuA Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge16:58
h00kehnn: tell her it's like someone having the keys to her house. It's time to change the lock.16:58
quick-Is using using Simon on 12.04 ?16:58
orudieHi. I am running ubuntu 12.04 with two monitors. When I switch between desktop workspaces (with "ctrl+alt left, right), it shifts two desktop spaces left or right. Is there a way to change it so that it shifts only one workspace, instead of two ?16:59
ehnnh00k: yea, I guess I just wanted a second opinion, thanks guys/gals16:59
ehnnI'll make her change her pass and hope for the best17:00
yak_kinghowdy marcreichelt17:01
orudiei installed dconf-editor, and trying to get to org/gnome/shell/overrides to find the option called workspaces-only-on-primary , but the path org/gnome/shell/ does not exist. i can only get ti /org/gnome in dconf-editor17:01
marcreicheltI have an Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS 64 bit server installed. I *need* sun-java6-jdk, that's why I installed it via the Flexion script as described on http://www.gaggl.com/2012/04/installing-java6-jdk-on-ubuntu-12-04/17:02
marcreicheltBut now when I want to install tomcat or jenkins APT says it will install the openjdk-6, which I want to prevent17:02
marcreicheltis there any good way to install Java-based applications from APT without installing the openjdk?17:03
ouyesI have windows7 64bits on my laptop, and I installed ubuntu 12.04 32bits via usb drive, but I find that, the grub was installed to my usb drive, once I remove the usb drive, there is no boot option to ubuntu,(UEFI).how can make dual boot possible without my usb drive?17:04
quick-marcreichelt:  http://www.ubuntubuzz.com/2012/01/sun-java-6-now-can-be-installed-on.html17:04
marcreicheltquick-, that's not possible any more (as you can read in the comments on the page you linked)17:05
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snkcld1can anyone confirm that if i use mget or get via FTP, that it will _not_ delete the remote file?17:08
llutzsnkcld1: it shouldn't17:08
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yak_kingdang... no driver found for my printer... selecting generic brings up too many options that I don't understand....17:09
yak_kinghi ho hi ho.... off to brother's website I go17:09
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Sashmo_does anyone know if there is a way to connect multiple times to one port??  is there a work around?  I am only able to connect once to a multicast ip and port, but in windows I can do it many times.....17:10
ubottugianni: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); 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 ».17:11
ouyesanyone have the experence of UEFI boot?17:11
yak_kinghowdy Tom!17:12
Tom_86im new to irc..17:13
gabaredHi all! I've got apt-get update errors: E: Encountered a section with no Package: header17:13
gabaredE: Problem with MergeList /var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_quantal-updates_main_i18n_Translation-en17:13
jr1tom_86: welcome17:14
gabaredAlso synaptic and  sofware center crashes17:14
gabaredupdatemanager... the same17:14
Ronalds_Mhow to reset password in freenode? damn nickserv is saying that I'm not allowed to do that17:15
yak_kingwelcome Tom... I'm new to Linux... and outdated to IRC : )17:16
yak_kingTom Looks like you've found your way to a room and got a nick without much trouble : )17:16
jr1Yak_king: what distro are you using17:17
xanguaRonalds_M: /join #freenode , you'll get better help there17:17
zero_coderi am sorry17:17
yak_kinglol sorry jrl the red threw me off... thought that was a PM17:18
barrapontoI'm trying to install Ubuntu without uninstalling Windows, it says I can allocate some room for Ubuntu just by sliding a divider17:18
yak_kingubuntu 12.04LTS on this computer 12.10 on a laptop17:18
barrapontobut it doesn't identify which of the partitions will be used for ubuntu :/17:18
jr1Im a fan of 12.04 lts17:19
yak_kingso am I so far... couldn't get 12.10 installed right on this antiquated desktop of mine17:19
yak_kingwent back to 12.04.... no trouble! well little trouble... somehow installed it back to the flash drive I was coming off of17:19
jr112.10 has ads in the dash17:20
yak_kingwouldn't boot from the computer anyway... but good ole google helped me get through it17:20
yak_kingoh that would be weird!...17:20
maverick710hi people17:20
yak_kingbarely got it installed on the laptop then had some hardware issues (non linux related) so haven't really had a chance to play with it there much17:20
jr1are you booting from disk or usb for install17:21
yak_kingmight end up putting it back to 12.04 if that's the case...17:21
yak_kingdid both... booted from usb to make sure it would work then followed install program from the desktop there and went through install17:21
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yak_kingafter restart it tried to boot from hard drive and brought up blank screen with cursor... crtl alt f1 did nothing...17:22
jr1sounds like a boot loader problem17:22
raincomputersCan anyone give me a hand getting my sound to work? Lspci is here: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1560168/17:23
yak_kinggood ole windows three finger solute restarted computer and booted from USB but it was the regular version not the one that normally boots from usb... don't remember exactlyl what I did but followed some google advice to remove usb from the list for some sort of secondary boot17:23
yak_kingthen installed all the updated.... pretty well got WELL above my head and now no trouble LOL17:23
khaoshi is there any way to add to all program icons an option to run under optirun?17:23
yak_kingtrying to install printer today... not much luck so far17:24
jr1try other distros some distros just dont work on some machines17:24
vithjr1, yak_king: this will take care of the ads in search on 12.10: sudo apt-get remove unity-lens-shopping17:25
raincomputersCan anyone give me a hand getting my sound to work? Lspci is here: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1560168/17:25
yak_kingwell I had actually started with 12.04lts on this machine using same method with no trouble so knew it would work. like I said THAT problem is fixed now though17:26
yak_kingdon't know enough about Linux to fix it again if I have that problem on a future install LOL but is working ok17:26
hiloWhat's the difference between system groups and groups a17:26
yak_kingthankyou with!! good stuff17:26
khaoshi is there any way to add to all program icons an option to run under optirun?17:28
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ouyeskhaos, yes, do it one by one on the command line17:28
khaosouyes,  i want to add an option in all applications in unity is there a way or a tool to customize it in menus? not in terminal; thanks17:29
ouyeskhaos, afaik, there is none17:29
ouyeskhaos, I have to reboot, bye17:29
yak_kingsorry raincomputers I am a total Linux noob. Wish I could help you17:29
zyngawowCan anyone help with this? http://askubuntu.com/questions/245911/wifi-not-working-after-reboot17:31
MrPopinjayAnyone know why rsync failed to transfer this file? "rsync: mkstemp "/media/louis/WD-My-Passp/Backup-PinkyMKII/Pictures/.Screenshot from 2012-12-06 13:54:35.png.wRqriy" failed: Invalid argument (22)"17:31
Ronalds_Munity is customizable by unsettings, ubuntu tweak and some others outes17:31
Ronalds_Mouyes *17:31
yak_kinga little nerve racking to look on your screen and see "MyUbuntu quit" hehe17:31
Ronalds_Mccsm is another tool, but it's dangerous and can break unity17:31
PrimeCl0verkhaos;  you need to make a .desktop file in /usr/share/applications/17:32
PrimeCl0veryou can put on in ~/.local/share/applications17:32
PrimeCl0verthat should update the Unity Application lenses with any customer programs you add17:33
hamedgraphical interface doesn't start. ((it says low graphic or something))17:33
raincomputersI need sound :/17:33
raincomputersStupid intel chipset :(17:33
skp1raincomputers: have you checked your sound levels with alsamixer?17:34
moondoggyHi there.  Can someone tell me the name of the service that pops up notifications on the desktop?17:35
raincomputersskpl: I'm so confused17:35
hamedhey moondoggy17:35
xangua!info notify-osd | moondoggy17:35
ubottumoondoggy: notify-osd (source: notify-osd): daemon that displays passive pop-up notifications. In component main, is optional. Version 0.9.34-0ubuntu5 (quantal), package size 117 kB, installed size 793 kB17:35
raincomputersJust by opening alsamixer my audio started working...17:35
raincomputersWhy didn't I think of that duhhhh17:35
hameddidn't think see you here moondoggy17:36
moondoggyHi, hamed .17:37
moondoggyI see a few of us on computer channels.17:37
moondoggyThanks, ubottu .17:37
hamedmy ubuntu crashed17:38
hamedjust the command line is accesible17:38
ProfessorBaconthe pope died17:38
ProfessorBaconPOPE IS DEAD17:38
moondoggySweet.  Found notify-send.  Thanks ubottu and hamed .17:38
tyler_dI'm running ubuntu 12.04 64 bit and my sound card is missing, as a result I have no sound icon in the unity panel, however the sound does work and is controlable from alsamixer, any help restoring this would be appreciated?17:40
yak_kingis there a more efficient way in terminal to see if a program is installed than apt-get install PROGRAMNAME17:43
yak_kingand checking that way?17:43
MonkeyDusttyler_d  sounds like sound card is integrated in your motherboard17:43
llutzyak_king: apt-cache policy packagename17:43
kostkontyler_d, try:  rm -rf ~/.pulse   then logout and login again17:44
tyler_dMonkeyDust: it is indeed, laptop computer17:44
yak_kingthanks ilutz will try17:44
tyler_dkostkon: did a cp -avi first, but removed, will log out and in in a few here17:45
tyler_dkostkon: ty for the quick response17:45
yak_kingcool ilutz... thanks!17:46
chigginsIf I install ruby1.9 for the entire system, and a user uses RVM, would there be a conflict that breaks things, or would the user just default to using RVM17:47
saviochiggins, RVM is used to avoid conflict don't worry17:47
chigginssavio: Sweet deal, thanks. And I was about to ask that in #metasploit, I thought I recognized your name haha.17:48
saviochiggins, :)17:48
chigginscheers. see ya on the other side :)17:49
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saviochiggins, sure. but on which side?17:51
saviochiggins, left or right :)17:52
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* TXRoadkill is away: Off to find a shrubbery...17:55
MonkeyDust!away| TXRoadkill17:56
ubottuTXRoadkill: Please do not use noisy away messages and nicks in Ubuntu channels. It is annoying and unnecessary. Use the command "/away <reason>" to set your client away silently. See also «/msg ubottu Guidelines»17:56
freakynlhi, does ubuntu have alternate packages for things like python etc? As in no-X versions? Need to configure LIO on an ubuntu server that's installed on a 2G stick. The entire OS doesn't even consume 900M now.18:00
JuJuBeeI am new to unity.  How do I add a custom launcher to the bar on left if the app does not create a .desktop file?18:00
freakynltargetcli wants to pull in half X, ruby, python, bunch of other crap. 1.2G for a cli config toolie... I don't have that much space free :/18:00
Picifreakynl: try running apt-get with the "--no-install-recommends" argument18:01
freakynlPici: holy crap - from 1.2G to 8M that's just sick.18:03
freakynlPici: Thanks :)18:03
Picifreakynl: np :)18:03
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drwrrhi! i'm having trouble getting a (supposedly compatible) usb audio device to work, snd-usb-audio says "failed with error -5" in dmesg. could someone help me troubleshoot this please?18:12
GreenGuyAnyone have any suggestions for an Ubuntu alternative?18:12
PiciGreenGuy: Try ##linux18:12
PowerTuxanyone knows why is too slow to open firefox/thunderbird print dialog ? its about 30 seconds18:15
rhin0where would the log of a kernel panic be?  -- never had one before18:15
rhin0does it file its crisis to disk anywhere?18:15
nightlyowlHello, I want to install LXDE, but I don't want all those other lubuntu-desktop packages...18:16
llutz!info lxde | nightlyowl   check this18:17
ubottunightlyowl check this: lxde (source: lxde-common): Meta-package for the Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.5.0-4ubuntu3 (quantal), package size 5 kB, installed size 36 kB18:17
nightlyowlThank you18:18
Soelenhello, quick question, is it possible to create a local network nameserver?18:18
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freakynlrhin0: usually not iirc, if there's a panic - how would you be sure the filesystem / disk drivers aren't f*ed up and will screw your data? If you google it there's quite some info on it tho' :)18:18
Soelenlike when I'm browsing with firefox http://somethingsomething, it leads to my ubuntu server in the next room18:19
rhin0should have taken a photo of the screen or something?  I am backing away from xubuntu 12.10... not using it any more18:19
freakynlSoelen: you have a search domain with a wildcard - it's your dns :)18:19
rhin0I understand kernel panic won't do much after panic ie, tidy up, file debug message to disk18:20
rhin0is a brain seizure18:20
Soelenfreakynl: sorry but I dont understand heh18:20
freakynlSoelen: pastebin /etc/resolv.conf please18:20
Soelenfreakynl: http://pastebin.com/HVGAsV0A18:21
jordanrainSo I followed a tutorial to change my login screen wallpaper, and now I just get a blank screen and can't do anything :/ Anyway of repairing this besides reinstalling?18:21
freakynlSoelen: ok, so when you go to say http://whatever whatever can not be resolved (in this case by definition as whatever is not a fqdn, whatever.com would but but if that does not resolve the same applies)18:22
freakynlso your dns client adds the search domain, fritz.box in this case, making the request whatever.fritz.box18:23
freakynlyour router (a fritz box apparently :)) has a dns file stating *.fritz.box points to that IP18:23
jordanrainI followed this tutorial to change my login screen wallpaper, and now I have no display at all: http://www.liberiangeek.net/2012/10/change-ubuntu-12-10-login-screen-background/18:23
jordanrainAnyone know about what I can do to fix it :/18:24
Soelenfreakynl: in other words it is only possible by creating a subdomain for fritz.box like whatever.fritz.box18:24
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freakynlso there's a bunch of things you can do, remove the search domain, use another dns server, change the DNS server on the fritzbox if that's possible. Any of them can solve the issue, the middle one alone doesn't please people though as your box will regularly send requests for something.fritz.box to an external DNS server then who doesn't know what to do with it18:25
freakynlSoelen: Oh, I misread, thought you had the issue that http://notarealdomain went to that box, but yes, you can set up a dns server that responds with whatever IP on whatever request you send it18:26
Ian_Corneanyone managed to get HP Scanjet 5530 working?18:26
freakynlyou actually want that issue haha, but yes you can. A lot of ISPs use that kind of thing for the first time setup of their modems for example18:26
Soelenfreakynl: superb, then one last question, with what keywords do I need search in google to find further readings? I didnt find helpful stuff at the first place which is why I tried to ask here at #ubuntu18:28
rdgadwehow i can set account in thunderbird18:28
drwrrSoelen, http://freetz.org/wiki/help/fritz_faq18:29
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freakynlSoelen: dns wildcard zone should help18:29
freakynlSoelen: you will need to run your own dns18:29
freakynlSoelen: alternatively - if you want all http/https requests to always go to some other url you might set up a proxy server and force that into all browsers as well. I personally don't have a preference, but if you feel more comfortable with one than the other ;). Proxy will need to be setup on client (although you could use auto config or something) DNS server (and search domain) can be pushed with DHCP (if they override the DNS to for examp18:31
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Soelenfreakynl: about the site which you gave me, I guess for all 3 possible solutions I need to connect with my fritzbox via telnet to do this18:34
Soelenand thanks buddy, I didnt thought about proxy yet18:34
freakynlSoelen: squid is pretty nice and I'm lacking a lot of context (as in what you want to achieve, why, etc.) :)18:34
Dizzlei am trying to use handbrake and i run the command but i get "rror mp4 muxer disabled" anyone know how i would "enable" it in ubuntu?18:35
jackbrownIf I use a main proxy into my configuration then i connect to a VPN, the VPN what will see? My proxy IP or my Machine IP ?18:37
Kion1can someone help me with the command to install the latest versin of skype on 10.0418:39
kostkonKion1, just go and download it from the skype website18:41
SoelenKion1: didnt ran the support for 10.04 out?18:41
kostkonSoelen, not yet18:42
Kion1Thanks guys18:42
auronandaceSoelen: 10.04 desktop support ends april18:42
freakynlSoelen: 10.04 desktop - maybe, but 10.04 server is a LTS release (5 years)18:44
ubottuLTS means Long Term Support. LTS versions of Ubuntu will be supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server; with the exception of 12.04 (Precise Pangolin), which will be supported for 5 years on the desktop. The current LTS version of Ubuntu is !Precise (Precise Pangolin 12.04)18:44
freakynlSoelen: desktop in april thus :)18:44
Soelenoh ok good to know, thanks guys heh, good to know about ubuntu server and those 5 years18:45
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xj54yHey, I was curious as to how I could get both my 10/100/1000 NIC and WLAN NIC to become managed with network-manager (and respectively, nm-applet). Right now, neither one can be managed as they're not available it appear. However, they're manageable via command line (e.g., iwconfig/wpa_cli/ifconfig)18:48
daftykinsxj54y: if you've got any manual config in /etc/network/interfaces that will stop NM working18:49
xj54ydaftykins, I had thought the same thing, which leads me to my next question. Ever since I've installed ubuntu, upon boot, the boot takes SO LONG as ubuntu is trying to figure the networking thing about, then gives it another 60 seconds... How could I go about removing that from my init script? (Management of all services actually per run level wouldn't hurt to know either)18:51
daftykinsxj54y: afaik ubuntu doesn't use run levels18:53
orudieHi. I am running ubuntu 12.04 with two monitors. When I switch between desktop workspaces (with "ctrl+alt left, right), it shifts two desktop spaces left or right. Is there a way to change it so that it shifts only one workspace, instead of two ?18:53
daftykinsxj54y: are you sure it's not some PXE boot rubbish going on that's holding it up?18:53
orudiei installed dconf-editor, and trying to get to org/gnome/shell/overrides to find the option called workspaces-only-on-primary , but the path org/gnome/shell/ does not exist. i can only get ti /org/gnome in dconf-editor18:53
daftykinsorudie: install 'ccsm' and have a fiddle18:53
Nitinany one who can give answer of my query18:54
orudiedaftykins, its german and not free ? lol18:54
daftykinsorudie: german 0o18:54
NitinHow can I join India18:54
daftykinshang on i might have memory failed18:54
xj54ydaftykins, I actually no idea what it is since there's a huge lack of verbosity upon ubuntu's bootup.18:54
daftykinsxj54y: check logs18:55
orudiedaftykins, it says (Deutsch) in ubuntu software center18:55
xj54ydaftykins, specificity would be helpful.18:55
ubottu#ubuntu-in is the channel for Ubuntu in India18:55
jackbrownWhy if I set a General Proxy into my proxy settings doesn't work ?  (this proxy works 100% into the browser)18:55
daftykinsxj54y: dmesg naturally.18:56
daftykinsorudie: 12.10 ja?18:57
orudiedaftykins, 12.04 , I am not german )18:57
daftykinsorudie: actually nm i don't have a clue what's going on. i'm not german either, please stop saying that it's boring me immensely18:57
xj54ydaftykins, you're telling me to look for apples on an orange tree... What should I look for, why and would finding something related to what I'm looking for (or exactly) provide useful information to help you assist me with my current issue (for the sake of clarity)..?18:58
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daftykinsxj54y: nevermind i can't be bothered to hold your hand right now sorry.18:58
xj54ydaftykins, Sorry, I don''t understand what you're saying.18:58
blkadderWait there is hand-holding available?18:59
orudiedaftykins, thanks for your help18:59
xj54ydaftykins, should I be looking for a lack of carriers in logs?19:00
zyngawoCan anyone help with this? http://askubuntu.com/questions/245911/wifi-not-working-after-reboot19:01
nuxninjareplug it in and see19:02
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xj54ydaftykins, also, looking through dmesg, the mass majority of information regarding hardware specifically doesn't shed ANY light on any of the services being started or anything of the like. May be the wrong place to look for what you've mentioned.19:02
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zyngawowreplug it?19:03
zyngawowA PCI device?19:03
zyngawowSoldered to the Mobo? No, thank you19:03
daftykinsxj54y: look up that 'bootchart' thing. it'll show you what's taking time19:03
ubottuIn 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!19:03
xj54ydaftykins, that 'bootchart' thing? Are you not sure?19:04
orudieHi. I am running ubuntu 12.04 with two monitors. When I switch between desktop workspaces (with "ctrl+alt left, right), it shifts two desktop spaces left or right. Is there a way to change it so that it shifts only one workspace, instead of two ?19:05
tyler_dorudie: it is only going one over, appears to be two as it's 2 monitors wide19:05
tyler_dorudie: the answer, is not that I'm aware of19:06
daftykinsxj54y: no i know, but i'm not going to google for you19:06
orudietyler_d, heh ) well, it detects the laptop monitor and a Dell external monitor.19:07
xj54ydaftykins, oh, I wasn't inferring any such suggestion. I wasn't sure if you wanted me to google something you weren't sure about.19:07
xj54ydaftykins, sorry about that. It's hard to understand you because you're not very clear in communicating. Thank you for you help! :-)19:08
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daftykinsxj54y: that's because i can't be bothered now =/ you seem to want too much19:08
dazeanybody got Skype mono icons for Unity? I've got skype indicator working, but it uses colored icons and it seems there's no way (?) to override that, because those icons come from the app itself and not from a file. Anybody familiar with this?19:09
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tripelbi need help with partitioning. i read the web pages in askubuntu. i have 4 partitions ext, swap types. Also 1G RAM.  Now i jnow i nwed a 2G swap and the rest / mount point19:09
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xj54ydaftykins, Err.. I was under the impression that you had intention to help me resolve my issue due to the nature of your response. To what level you can at all provide assistance is completely unpredictable on my end as I haven't the necessity or ability to judge your aptitude, quality of service, or any of measure of competence with respect to the partial solutions you have provided.19:11
tripelb is that correct? Web says ti make empty by resizing but 0 us too small says the partitioner. Please guide me. Thanks19:11
daftykinsxj54y: bye then19:11
tripelbi need help with partitioning. i read the web pages in askubuntu. i have 4 partitions ext, swap types. Also 1G RAM.  Now i jnow i nwed a 2G swap and the rest / mount point19:11
xj54ydaftykins, it's probably logical to not attempt to help anyone if you have no time. It leaves the individual really confused most of the time.19:11
daftykinsxj54y: it wasn't the time element, it's that you're being particularly awkward. now stop messaging me please19:12
xj54ydaftykins, I was pointed to this method of communication by canonical themselves. Are you not at all associated with canonical?19:12
xj54yActually, does anyone in this channel know if this channel is at all affiliated with Canonical?19:14
tripelb also can i read files eg lubuntu12.94.iso from a nexus 7 ti a flash drive using a livecd? 9.04 CD - ATM my ISP is phone.19:15
craigbass1976I'm trying to set up a router.  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Router  In the dhcp section, files are being referred to that don't exist.  /etc/dhcp3/dhcpd.conf for one19:16
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tripelbxj54y: FWIW i think this channel ia a19:19
tripelbxj54y: FWIW i think this channel is all independent volunteers19:19
tripelb Canonical.has no interear hence no liability. in several years on here i have not seen any.mention of affiliation ans at leaat one disclaimer.19:20
tripelb<--desirea help with partitioner. has goigles19:21
tripelb read web pages tried stuff.19:22
orudieHi. I am running ubuntu 12.04 with two monitors. When I switch between desktop workspaces (with "ctrl+alt left, right), it shifts two desktop spaces left or right. Is there a way to change it so that it shifts only one workspace, instead of two ?19:23
tripelbtypos apologies. big thumbs. fon is tiny, FroYo19:23
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dazecan I change indicator applet positions in the unity panel?19:26
andre450hey everyone19:26
andre450super happy with switching to ubuntu :)19:27
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hamedi have a problem with booting , "low garphics mode" warning comes and after that ubuntu doesn't start19:28
trismdaze: not without recompiling19:29
thoonaiim searching a good curses based partitioning programm19:29
MraAlbertinahello. what's the best way to achieve a private grid computing system in order to run a ubuntu server environment?19:29
dazetrism: if you're refering to the indicator applet order, there seems to be ordering-override.key file that might just do the trick. I'm trying it out :)19:30
MonkeyDustMraAlbertina  better ask in #ubuntu-server19:30
Tr3v012__anyone else running Bt5?19:30
MraAlbertinaMonkeyDust: Ubuntu Desktop, if that matters19:30
MonkeyDustTr3v012__  type /joun #backtrack-linux, as it is not supported here19:30
thoonaiMraAlbertina: what do you want to do?19:31
MonkeyDustTr3v012__  type /join #backtrack-linux, as it is not supported here19:31
MraAlbertinathoonai: what i wrote :p19:31
trismdaze: let me know if it works, though I wouldn't get your hopes up, I just looked at the code again and it still seems to be hardcoded (there were plans to add a gsettings key but never seemed to happen)19:31
xentity1xHi, my package system is broken. When I try to run sudo apt-get install -f I get this error http://pastebin.com/tJk7FE2f. Anyone have advice?19:31
MonkeyDustMraAlbertina  you said "server environment", hence my suggestion19:31
thoonaiim searching a good curses based partitioning programm19:32
Tr3v012__why am i banned D:19:32
MraAlbertinaMonkeyDust: doesn't matter :) with ubuntu, in general19:32
MonkeyDustTr3v012__  maybe you just need to register your nick19:32
PiciTr3v012__: don't IRC as root19:32
beowulf2what language is ubuntu mostly written in?19:32
Tr3v012__yea about that...19:32
MraAlbertinabeowulf2: check debian, kernels, packages19:33
Tr3v012__i just downloaded r3 and i was taking a look at it19:33
thoonaibeowulf2: should be Assembler and C/C++ then a lot of bash scripts and perl19:33
hamedi have a problem with booting , "low garphics mode" warning comes and after that ubuntu doesn't start19:34
LededjeI have an issue with an apache2 server; whenever I use php I'm not able to access it from an external network. A cookie for anyone who can solve my problem :319:34
orudiehow can I modify a shortcut for start options for a certain application ?19:34
Tr3v012__and now am downloading mint19:34
jrib!lamp | Lededje19:34
ubottuLededje: LAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process.19:34
jribLededje: follow the troubleshooting steps for that issue on the wiki page the bot linked19:34
LededjeThanks jrib, I'll give it a go :)19:35
orudieI have a shortcut pinned and locked in my launcher. How can I change launch options ?19:35
thoonaiim searching a good curses based partitioning programm19:35
lifebird64does anybody online have any experience with netatalk?19:35
Tr3v012__well gtg19:36
lifebird64I'm having issues with printers not showing up via bonjour/avahi19:36
dazetrism: http://i.imgur.com/LdrUjYV.jpg it kinda works. Previously the weather indicator was between Exaile and Skype indicators and now I moved it after the messaging indicator. I need to get the applet names and maybe I'll be able to move it after the clock :)19:40
trismdaze: interesting, which key is this?19:40
dazetrism: well, you see the ~/.local/share/indicators/application/ordering-override.keyfile open. That's all I did.19:41
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trismdaze: ahh interesting, I don't have that file, but it seems you can move appindicators anyway then...won't work for the clock though19:43
dazeyeah, I created that file manually19:43
dazeand the corresponding folder19:43
dazeI'm reading http://www.webupd8.org/2011/06/how-to-change-application-indicators.html19:44
trismdaze: nifty, thanks for the link19:44
dazeit seems the clock is stuck on the right no matter what, along with the sound and other system indicators19:46
dazebut other than that, all 'additional' indicators can be ordered that way :]19:46
trismdaze: yeah, that file is loaded by indicator-application, which handles all the appindicators, but full indicators will still be locked in place since they are hardcoded in the panel-service.c file19:47
trismdaze: still, better than nothing. hopefully someone will add the gsettings key so all the indicators will be reorderable eventually19:47
dazeyeah, unity could use some customization settings :)19:48
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dazenow if I could just force mono icons for skype..19:51
wachpwnskiWhere can I get a memstick image I can dd?19:52
PrimeCl0verHas anyone else had the issue with icons and text being garbled after installing gnome-shell and using GDM instead of lightgdm?19:52
wachpwnskiFor some reason unetbootin doesn't boot for me19:52
Lededjejrib: Some people are able to connect to it no problem19:56
jribLededje: what happens when you try?19:56
Lededjejrib: Sorry, this is regarding the php issue.19:56
jribLededje: I remember :)19:56
Lededjejrib: It will either load fine, or timeout19:57
jribLededje: so it randomly times out?  And only for you?19:57
Mary_can some please help me.  I have installed Nagios on ubuntu 12 server via apt-get.  I got it running and it is working.  BUT i just found out i am using a older version of Nagios and it will update to the most recent version.  Any ideas?19:57
Lededjejrib: The access log says each request is http 20019:57
Mary_any suggestion would be great19:57
Lededjejrib: No, I'm able to connect every time. So is a remove server i'm trying. But at work and at friends houses it times out19:58
Lededjejrib: And only when php is on the page. It is really strange :?19:58
jribLededje: sounds strange, yes19:58
xentity1xHi, my package system is broken. When I try to run sudo apt-get install -f I get this error http://pastebin.com/tJk7FE2f. Anyone have advice?19:58
Lededjejrib: I formatted my server with a fresh 12.04 lts and it didn't fix it :(19:59
jribLededje: does it happen with every php page?  Did you try making some simple hello world?19:59
Lededjejrib: I'm using <?php phpinfo(); ?> at the moment20:00
Lededjejrib: I'll try an echo20:00
jribLededje: that should be simple enough20:00
Lededjejrib: Strange.... echo "ping"; prints ping but php info doesnt work... some of the time?20:01
PrimeCl0verMary_ remove it20:01
Lededjejrib: That has fixed it but it is still peculiar that the other info function didn't work20:01
PrimeCl0verMary_ I would also look at the ppa's for Icinga instead of Nagios20:02
jribLededje: very20:02
PrimeCl0verMary_, https://wiki.icinga.org/display/howtos/Setting+up+Icinga+with+IDOUtils+on+Ubuntu20:02
Lededjejirb: Anyway, thank you for your time. Would you like me to send you a cookie?20:02
PrimeCl0verVery very simple to follow and nearly impossible to mess up if you follow the instructions20:02
Lededjejirb: or I can stick a fiver in a charity box of your choosing20:03
Mary_PrimeCl0ver: thank you.  so you are saying icinga is better than nagios?20:03
jribLededje: it's ok, thanks :)20:03
Lededjejrib: Very humble, many thanks20:03
PrimeCl0verMary_, I say neither is better then the other. Icinga is a fork of Nagios. I personally prefer Icinga's new interface and their PHP api. Nagios and Icinga can share plugins and the core engine of Icinga stays in line with Nagios's feature set.20:04
Voreniihi guys20:04
Voreniianyone willing to helpme with my sound issue?20:04
PrimeCl0verMary_, I hope that helps.20:05
Mary_PrimeCl0ver:  i find nagios difficult due to lack of docs.  is Icinga have better docs ?20:05
Mary_but yes interface looks better?20:05
PrimeCl0verMary_, The documentation on Icinga is very good and they also have a really good IRC channel on FreeNode20:05
Mary_PrimeCl0ver: yes nagios irc is dead!20:06
Mary_PrimeCl0ver: have you used both ?20:06
ironhalikDo I need additional driver for my touchpad on thinkpad x220?20:06
PrimeCl0verMary_, I started 8 years ago on Nagios and about 3 years ago on Icinga.20:06
ironhalikI currently have just left click, and the touchpad will not support multitouch20:06
PrimeCl0verMary_, I personally suggest this combination. Icinga/PNP/Check_MK20:07
Mary_PrimeCl0ver: i wish i had asked before doing all this works! but glad you gave me get me hints20:07
Mary_PrimeCl0ver: i assume you do this all on ubuntu server? and it there good tutorial for Ubuntu?20:07
PrimeCl0verMary_, The configs you made for Nagios can be used in Icinga.20:08
PrimeCl0verMary_, Yes my Icinga servers are spread across 10 Ubuntu 12.04 servers.20:08
F14good evening20:08
Mary_PrimeCl0ver: thank you!20:08
PrimeCl0verMary_, No Problem.20:08
F14can someone help me with the instalation of gambas 3 in xubuntu20:09
ncsquid22press F14 on your keyboard20:09
orudiehow can I modify a shortcut for start options for a certain application ?20:11
VoreniiIf i download skype from skype.com it says wrong architecture i386, but which one do i need?20:11
xanguaVorenii: i just install skype from software center20:12
wachpwnskiwhats the difference between 12.10 and 12.04? Are there still all the packages 12.04 lts has?20:13
ncsquid22hi F14....here is how to do it.20:13
ncsquid22F14:  http://kalaharix.wordpress.com/gambas-3/gambas-3-compile-and-install/20:13
k1l!lts | wachpwnski20:13
ubottuwachpwnski: LTS means Long Term Support. LTS versions of Ubuntu will be supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server; with the exception of 12.04 (Precise Pangolin), which will be supported for 5 years on the desktop. The current LTS version of Ubuntu is !Precise (Precise Pangolin 12.04)20:13
k1lwachpwnski: that is the 12.04. its focused on stability20:13
wachpwnskiSo 12.10 just has features I might not need?20:14
Voreniixangua, i dont see it in the software center20:14
ttl-is it possible to recover passwords for wireless networks from a home folder of a previous installation of 12.04?20:14
k1lwachpwnski: it got some new program versions that were released after 12,0420:14
ncsquid22ttl: I doubt it.20:15
ncsquid22ttl: you can try airmon-ng, airodump-ng, aircrack-ng etc...20:16
ttl-i know the login password for the user...20:16
ttl-are those passwords stored in some kind of keyring?20:16
ncsquid22ttl: the router?20:16
jribttl-: should be saved in gnome keyring afaik20:16
ttl-jrib: yes20:16
ttl-jrib: i only have a backup of the my home directory20:17
HackbatI've been fighting 12.04 trying to get my AlFA dongle working.20:17
jribttl-: did you try using seahorse (maybe there is some other gui way to access the keyring but I don't know it)?20:18
ttl-jrib: where are the keyring files stored in 12.0420:18
HackbatI have a card that works with it but it's only G and it's like 10% of the speed of the alfa20:18
ttl-jrib: command line is fine too :)20:18
jribttl-: I don't know the default location of the file20:19
jribttl-: if you've copied them to your new home, seahorse should just find them20:19
jribttl-: check ~/.gnome2/keyrings20:20
Voreniianyone know howto fix sound through my speakers on a imac?20:22
kesiIs this an okay channel to ask for help with apache on Ubuntu? I suspect I'm just missing something simple20:23
Picikesi: here or #httpd.  Give it a shot here and we'll see if we can help.20:23
jribkesi: yes, there's also #httpd if you're asking an apache-specific question20:23
kesiWell, I did the LAMP install and had the same problem so I guttted it and started over with just apache2. When I have the default site, it works. When I try to set it to my own site, I get 403 errors. Followed these directions:20:24
kesiWell, can't paste but from the help.ubuntu.com20:24
kesiI used a2ensite and a2dissite to enable mine and edited the file. I think the permissions are right20:26
Picikesi: did you restart apache afterwards?20:26
kesiPici, many times20:26
kesiPici, no errors20:26
fkmkesi: That one is (IMO) for #httpd20:27
Picikesi: Can you pastebin your site file? (be sure to santitize any sensitive info)20:27
raincomputersI keep getting aptdaemon crashes. Any fix for this?20:27
PiciTowanda: do not post random links here20:27
kesiPici, sure. You mean the one that I used to change the home directory?20:27
Picikesi: Whatever you enabled with a2ensite20:28
kesiPici, http://pastebin.com/mf1CgLV120:29
Picikesi: can www-data read files in /home/blah/public_html/20:30
kesiPici, what perms do I need? I think it's 755 right now and owned by blah20:34
Voreniianyone know howto fix sound through my speakers on a imac?20:34
pbuckleyis anyone getting audio popping from pianobar in ubuntu 13.04?20:35
kesiThe help page didn't mention any permission changes but I remember having some sort of problem before20:36
ncsquid22Vorenii: you have Ubuntu on the imac?20:36
Voreniiyes, but i have sound through my speakers20:37
angelo__hello, i've just read a tread dated 2008 about a bug in nautilus that you cannot be warned if you press canc on a file, it moves into trash without the option to asking if you are sure to move the file into trash. Could please somebody tell me how can i get such a basic function on my 12.10 distro?20:38
ncsquid22so, what is the problem Vorenii?20:38
enapupeIs there a ppa for the latest intel graphics?20:38
ncsquid22enapupe: check upubuntu.com20:39
VoreniiNcsquid the problem is that i have no sound :D20:39
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enapupencsquid22: checking..20:39
MonkeyDustenapupe  start here https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas20:39
ncsquid22Vorenii: If you have an aluminum iMac and you do not have sound : open /etc/modprobe.d/options : sudo nano /etc/modprobe.d/options and add "options snd-hda-intel model=imac24" to the file and save ( ctrl+o and ctrl+x to exit ) then reboot.20:40
biancacan anyone help me, i keep getting this internal system error?it says evolution-calendar-factory crashed with SIGSEGV20:40
enapupeAnother thing, my computer is not powering off anymore after kernel upgrade... it goes to: [somenumbers] Power off.  and halts so I have to unplug from the power source20:40
Voreniithank you ncsquid22 ill try that right away20:40
ncsquid22I will be here Vorenii. Let me know20:40
ironhalikis there any additional software for synaptics touchpads?20:42
enapupeYou people suggest to update ubuntu kernel to 3.7?20:42
Voreniibrb ncsquid2220:42
g105bHow do I find out how much ram and vram is in my laptop?20:43
g105b(running 12.10)20:43
enapupeg105b: free -m ?20:43
vifanqHow to configure wifi ?20:43
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MonkeyDustenapupe  the current kernel is 3.5 (12.10), anything beyond that needs a ppa and is not officially supported20:44
g105bwhat does that tell me, enapupe? http://pastie.org/582683020:44
pbuckleyyou have about 4gb of ram20:44
angelo__Guys, it's really amazing to me that an operating system as powerful and flexible as Ubuntu won't even give me the option to request a dialogue box before deleting items with one keystroke20:44
enapupe1.3gb used, 2.3gb free - 3.5gb of cached stuff20:45
edgabaldican i get non-free packages in ubuntu?20:45
g105bpbuckley, enapupe, how much vram?20:45
angelo__I can't figure this out, as many other ppl did.. no fix already since 2008, huh?20:45
enapupe1.3gb used, 2.3gb free - 3.5gb (used with* cached stuff)20:45
jhutchinsangelo__: Which desktop are you running?20:45
Voreniincsquid22, no luck.20:45
enapupeangelo__: Swap20:45
MonkeyDustedgabaldi  sure, the software center contain commercial programs20:45
enapupeangelo__: 8gb swap, nothing in use20:45
g105benapupe, what's confusing me is how to differentiate between vram and ram?20:45
ncsquid22is your imace 24 or 27?20:46
craigbass1976What's the ubuntu equivalent of the old Fedora service network restart ?  I'm trying to get a new address from the dhcp server.20:46
Voreniiin windows I know the sounddriver is something with CircusLogic blabla20:46
enapupeangelo__: vram = video ram20:46
pbuckleyg105b: use dmidecode or lspci to get your video hardware and look it up20:46
bekkscraigbass1976: dhclient ethX20:46
angelo__enapupe: wrong person20:46
enapupeups, sorry20:46
ncsquid22Vorenii: you might wanna check this out:   https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Intel_iMac20:47
angelo__jhutchins: nautilus, gnome  12.1020:47
enapupeg105b:  vram = video ram20:47
ncsquid22Vorenii: go to Sound20:47
craigbass1976bekks, is ther eone to just bring everything down and back up again?20:47
g105benapupe, I know, what do you mean?20:47
biancahey guys i have an at graphics card, a 7950, and i need to get this package somehow = lib32-catalyst-utils20:47
biancabut i cant find it20:47
enapupeg105b: what kind of video card do you have?20:47
Voreniincsquid22, I am there mate.20:47
Voreniincsquid22, tried all 3 options , tested them with volume loud open.. and nothing20:48
jhutchinsangelo__: Edit/Preferences/Behavior20:48
angelo__jhutchins: https://bugs.launchpad.net/nautilus/+bug/9585320:48
ubottuUbuntu bug 95853 in Ayatana Design "Nautilus: too easy to move files/folders to Trash (single key press of "Delete")" [Undecided,New]20:48
enapupebianca: check this out http://pkgs.org/download/lib32-catalyst-utils20:49
angelo__jhutchins: you cannot fix this like that20:49
jhutchinsangelo__: Yep, select a delete command that requires confirmation.20:49
ncsquid22Vorenii: Ubuntu version?20:49
biancaenapupe will this work if i have the drivers from the ati website installed20:49
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jhutchinsangelo__: Since the trash must be emptied manually, this is not the default.20:50
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enapupebianca: I have no idea, but zip file should fix the hole for the  lib20:50
angelo__jhutchins; ok, i will have confirmation do delete the file forever, not a confirmation to move it to the trash20:50
Voreniincsquid22, i see my right audio dive @ alsamixer20:51
angelo__jhutchins: how good is a trash can if i'm not even sure what's in there cause i might have che canc key pressed by mistake since it's so close to the up arrow?20:51
ncsquid22Vorenii: This looks promising.... http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=144302020:52
jhutchinsangelo__: You can find the patches that address this on nable.20:52
biancaenapupe can you tell me how to install .tar.xz files?20:52
HackbatI'm having some trouble getting my alfa card running on 12.0420:52
angelo__jhutchins: do you happen to know where i can find them?20:52
jhutchinsangelo__: my up arrow key has nothing on three sides of it.20:52
jhutchinsangelo__: Google.20:52
jhutchinsangelo__: I forget what I used, something like nautilus confirm delete.20:53
angelo__jhutchins: k thanks, i will look for that20:53
enapupeangelo__: I saw what you are looking for sometime ago, didn't activated it, but, I guess it was a native otion20:53
angelo__enapupe: it is not, since '08: https://bugs.launchpad.net/nautilus/+bug/9585320:54
ubottuUbuntu bug 95853 in Ayatana Design "Nautilus: too easy to move files/folders to Trash (single key press of "Delete")" [Undecided,New]20:54
jemaduxi have ubuntu lts and ubuntu 13.04 alpha on my machine .. i want the grub to boot directly lts version and not 13.04 .. how to solve thay?20:55
biancahow do i move something as super user in terminal?20:55
biancai need to move a whole folder and merge it with another20:55
MonkeyDustjemadux  #ubuntu+120:55
constrictorI am getting unable to find suitable address error when trying to mount a NAS share any help20:55
enapupeangelo__: oh, that sucks20:55
angelo__enapupe: yes it does cause it's like six lines of code20:56
phiqbianca use "mv"20:57
MonkeyDustbianca  sudo mv20:57
biancathank you20:57
Voreniibrb another reboot20:57
jemaduxMonkeyDust: it's ubuntu alltime question20:58
adriannHi. I have a question about installing ubuntu on a Hackintosh. Is there anyone that can help me with that?20:58
enapupeadriann: what do you mean? like a virtual machine? or dual boot?20:59
adriannas a dualboot.20:59
enapupeIDK, I must say I lost big time to make OSx run on a VM inside ubuntu, didn't worth it.20:59
adrianni already have both osx and windows installed on it. each on its own harddrive.21:00
Voreniincsquid22, that didnt work aswell21:00
hilois there a way to set a motd message for CLI logins21:00
adriannI also have a harddrive ready for ubuntu.21:00
Voreniigreat this linux stuff :')21:00
enapupeadriann: who is controlling the boot?21:00
jribhilo: sure, read: « man update-motd »21:01
ncsquid22I am sorry Vorenii. I might have to do some extra research....21:01
hilojrib, ty21:01
Voreniii threw my windows off :(21:01
enapupeadriann: I don't think you will have problems with that.21:01
adriannenapue: chameleon21:01
poqWhat is nouveau in xsensors? How to identify what device is it?21:01
Voreniinow im with a OS that has no sound :P21:01
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ncsquid22I am sure is a module that might need to be loaded....21:01
auronandacepoq: nouveau is the open source nvidia graphics driver21:02
adriannenapupe: will grub detect osx?21:02
ncsquid22mattkruse: Do you work for Panasonic?21:02
Voreniincsquid22, what was the link again21:02
enapupeadriann: will chameleon detect ubuntu?21:02
mattkruseNo haha21:02
Voreniii hopen my /etc/modprobe.d/imac.conf and its empty :S21:02
mattkruseBanno.com ftw.21:03
adriannenapupe: i dont know.21:03
enapupeadriann: I think it will. Anyhow, grub is your best friend to make it work21:03
ncsquid22i think the instructions say the file needs to end with .conf21:03
poqauronandace: thanks21:03
ncsquid22so imac.conf might do it21:03
enapupeadriann: if not, you'll find a lot of docs online21:03
adriannenapupe: Ok, Thanks:)21:03
Voreniiya but its empty ncsquid2221:03
ncsquid22awesome Vorenii: just add that line to it and reboot21:04
Voreniiwhats the terminal commands again21:04
Voreniisorry learning here mate21:04
jordanrainHi, my login screen background is just that weird purple color. Is there a way to get my regular desktop wallpaper to show up there again?21:04
ncsquid22sorry but I have to go now.....I will be back later21:04
helioshi! sorry to bother you, but I have a question regarding ssd21:08
fidel !ask | helios21:08
ubottuhelios: 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 !patience21:08
heliosI bought a ssd and installed ubuntu, for whatever reason I want to reinstall ubuntu and was wondering how do I format the drive? Do I just tell gparted to format the ssd? or should I use the suggested solution here: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/SSD_Memory_Cell_Clearing and then install ubuntu? Thanks for reading21:10
xentity1xHi, my package system is broken. When I try to run sudo apt-get install -f I get this error http://pastebin.com/tJk7FE2f. Anyone have advice?21:10
SERRASome on is fre for chat21:13
jribxentity1x: bug 1068165 see workaround there21:13
ubottubug 1068165 in libdrm (Ubuntu) "package libdrm2 2.4.39-0ubuntu1 failed to install/upgrade: trying to overwrite shared '/usr/share/doc/libdrm2/changelog.Debian.gz', which is different from other instances of package libdrm2:amd64" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106816521:13
linux111does anyone in here use DrJava21:14
HackfoxCan anyone give me a hand with getting my ALFA card working?21:14
HackfoxI'm getting tired of using my crappy 802.11G wifi card21:15
linux111you want it on monitor mode21:15
linux111pocket injection21:15
HackfoxI'm not running backtrack here man21:17
un2himstock ubuntu still rocks...tried many variants, xfce, gnome, etc, but keep coming back to Unity21:17
linux111what model21:17
linux111is your alfa usb21:17
HackfoxUnity is "Okay"21:17
HackfoxAWUS036NHR USB21:17
un2himGnome 3 is my second favorite21:18
HackfoxIt "works" but it's very sketchy21:18
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Hackfoxwill crash at the drop of a hat21:18
linux111what version of ubuntu21:18
MonkeyDustun2him  you mean gnome-shell21:18
linux111u running on21:19
un2himMonkeyDust, yep21:19
xentity1xjrib, I did sudo rm /usr/share/doc/libdrm2/changelog.Debian.gz. That didn't seem to work.21:19
jribxentity1x: pastebin what happens now.21:19
xentity1xjrib, samething21:19
jribxentity1x: so pastebin it21:19
HackfoxI tried installing the driver from Realtek but it just threw errors...21:20
xentity1xjrib, http://pastebin.com/xWJgBDCE21:20
Hackfoxerrors that didn't really tell me anything21:20
jribxentity1x: look at the error and look at the file you deleted21:21
kishhow do i instalk thghe old n accelerated ubuntu desktop and ditch unity?=?21:21
linux111first download this http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=24&PFid=1&Level=6&Conn=5&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false&Downloads=true21:22
linux111Download the "Linux driver for Kernel 3.0.0/3.1.0/3.2.0" from the Realtek website21:22
linux111than It will open in Archive Manager; extract the rtl8187L_linux_1041.0209.2012 folder to your Downloads folder.21:23
auronandace!gnome2 | kish21:23
ubottukish: The GNOME Foundation has ceased support for GNOME 2, and as such it is not in Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot). See !notunity for an alternative desktop experience.21:23
ubottuUbuntu 11.10 and higher use 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 !classic21:23
linux111Open a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+T, and type/paste the following, one line a time:21:23
linux111sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-`uname -r`21:23
linux111cd Downloads/rtl8187L_linux_1041.0209.201221:23
linux111sudo make install21:23
FloodBot1linux111: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.21:24
xentity1xjrib, it says there are errors in multiple changelog files. Should i delete all of them?21:24
jordanrainHi, my login screen background is just that weird purple color. Is there a way to get my regular desktop wallpaper to show up there again?21:24
ActionParsnipkish: xfce4 is a great 2 panel deskop if you like the gnome2 smell21:24
linux111Then reboot, and your AWUS036H should be detected.21:24
Hackfoxlinux111, the AWUS036NHR has a realtek 8192cu21:25
MonkeyDustkish  language21:25
MonkeyDustand cpas21:25
HackfoxI've got the proper drivers21:25
xecuterhi, i am germany21:25
kish I CANT even disable it21:25
linux111Download the "Linux driver for Kernel 3.0.0/3.1.0/3.2.0" from the Realtek website here.http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=24&PFid=1&Level=6&Conn=5&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false&Downloads=true21:25
MonkeyDustkish  install other DE, logout, select other DE, login21:26
enapupejordan: google ubuntu lightdm wallpaper21:26
linux1112. It will open in Archive Manager; extract the rtl8187L_linux_1041.0209.2012 folder to your Downloads folder.21:26
HackfoxDude I have the correct driver for my chipset21:26
enapupejordan: IDK what exactly might be, but this google serach might help you21:26
linux111Open a terminal with Ctrl+Alt+T, and type/paste the following, one line a time: sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-`uname -r`21:26
xentity1xjrib, ok i deleted all of them. Seems to be working. Thanks!21:26
linux111cd Downloads/rtl8187L_linux_1041.0209.201221:26
linux111sudo make install21:26
FloodBot1linux111: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.21:26
HackfoxLets ignore that part of the site you're reading from21:26
ubottufrance: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); 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 ».21:26
jordanrainHi, my login screen background is just that weird purple color. Is there a way to get my regular desktop wallpaper to show up there again?21:27
jribxentity1x: no problem.  It's not something you did by the way.  It's a bug with the way those multiarch packages work21:27
jordanenapupe: I think you're pinging the wrong person :)21:27
HackfoxHow about I just go and pastebin the result of the intall.sh script21:27
jribxentity1x: so until they fix it, it may bite you again during an upgrade21:27
GA89Hi there21:27
enapupejordan: lightdm is the guy that provides login screen21:27
GA89could someone please help me with a little problem?21:28
enapupeyes, i'm pinging the wrong person ,sorrry21:28
xentity1xjrib, Ok well I guess I know how to fix it now.21:28
heliosanyone has an advice on reformatting a ssd? or do i just reinstall ubuntu and not worry about it?21:28
linux111ok try this gksu gedit /etc/rc.local21:29
kishwhat do you mean by reformat21:29
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bekkshelios: Normally, you just reinstall, and dont reformat.21:29
linux111Add on line: Code: iwconfig wlan0 rate 5.5M21:29
heliosI want to reinstall and then put all my data on the ssd21:30
linux111before the exit 0, save, close gedit and reboot21:30
jordanrainHi, my login screen background is just that weird purple color. Is there a way to get my regular desktop wallpaper to show up there again?21:30
bekkshelios: Which doesnt affect what I just said.21:30
linux111Code: gedit /etc/rc.local21:30
linux111Add one line: Code: iwconfig wlan0 rate 5.5M21:30
linux111before the exit 0, save, close gedit and reboot.21:31
enapupejordanrain: IDK what exactly might be, but this google serach might help you: "lightdm background"21:31
ActionParsnipjordanrain: what is the output of:   cat /etc/issue    please21:31
helioswell I was thinking in wiping the disk and do a fresh install rahter than a reinstall21:31
heliossorry for the cnfusion21:31
jordanrainActionParsnip: Ubuntu 12.10 \n \l21:31
GA89im trying to install ubuntu 12.04 in old acer travelmate 4500 but i get unable to boot - please use a kernel appropriate for your pc. Whats wrong and what can i doo?21:32
ephesiushelios: those seem like the same thing? are you talking about moving and existing system from one hd to a ssd?21:33
GA89No suggestions?21:34
ephesiusGA89: did you download the 32 or 64 bit image?21:35
Mamo-chanvlc cant play dvds here on ubuntu, it knows the dvd is there, just cant play it. Anyone?21:35
GA89ephesius: 3221:35
linux111FOUND SOLUTION!!! TO FIX JUST ABOUT ANY WIFI PROBLEM (FIXED ALL OF MINE). Go to turminal and type in: lshw -C network21:35
craigbass1976https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Router  I still can't route after going through this.  I can give out addresses from my internal nic, but and clients can't ping out of the lan21:35
GA89ephesius: it was a while back but im sure it was 3221:35
GA89ephesius: should i try 64?21:36
Mamo-channo one? ;/21:36
yeats!dvd | Mamo-chan21:37
ubottuMamo-chan: Ubuntu's default installation and repositories do not include packages needed to play commercial DVDs for legal reasons. For information on adding them, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/PlayingDVDs | For information on the legalities involved, see the "DVD" section of https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats21:37
heliosI already have ubuntu on the ssd, due to some problems I decided to do a fresh install: e.g. pick the option to format the drive and lose all the data on it from the ubuntu installer. Not the option to reinstall maintaing all of your data I was wondering If I should do the secure erase before doing this should I leave the installer format the disk and be done with it21:37
ephesiusGA89: no, the 64 won't work I thought maybe you were using the wrong disk image21:37
bekkshelios: In this context, "format" just means "delete the existing partitioning layout and create a new one"21:37
GA89ephesius: Nea, girlfriend needed ubuntu for studies and i downloaded 32 bit version21:38
heliosyes, I suppose. So should I leave the installer to format the drive or should I secure erase it and then run the buntu installer?21:39
biancaum can anyone help me with this? mv: cannot move `/home/raven/Desktop/usr' to `/usr': Directory not empty21:39
Mamo-chanthanks yeats... it works now21:40
GA89bianca: there was another command for that i think21:40
GA89i dont remeber what it was thought21:40
biancaGA89 is there a merge command?21:40
GA89bianca: not sure21:41
craigbass1976Is iptables necessary to make a router?21:41
GA89bianca: long time since i needed that21:41
ActionParsnipbianca: do you use a GUI OS?21:41
OerHeksGA89, did the error say something about PAE ?21:42
ActionParsnipbianca: run:   gksudo nautilus $HOME    and you can copy the data as needed21:42
GA89OerHeks: yup21:42
biancait said i need to set permissions for nautilus to work21:42
GA89kernel requires features not present on CPU: pae21:43
OerHeksGA89, i would choose workaround #3 >> http://askubuntu.com/questions/117744/how-can-i-install-on-a-non-pae-cpu-error-kernel-requires-features-not-present  the mini iso and install all manually with internet21:44
biancais there a merge command?21:44
GA89OerHeks: how hard is it?21:45
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OerHeksGA89, easy21:45
einonmOn an upgrade from 12.04 to 12.10, I've lost my clock display on the menu bar, along with the messaging icon. How can I get them back?21:46
GA89OerHeks: ok i'll try that, thanks21:46
trismeinonm: are indicator-messaging and indicator-datetime installed?21:47
biancacan somoene help me merge a folder with another? i keep getting permission denyed just because it has files in it21:47
trismeinonm: and is this unity or gnome-panel?21:47
einonmChecking now - it's unity21:47
trismeinonm: sorry indicator-messages21:48
trismeinonm: not messaging21:48
ActionParsnipbianca: anything in:  man cp   to make it merge?21:48
biancapeople asking to build f*ing deathstar get help but i cant get help to move some files21:48
corbolmaI've a problem wiht wifi21:48
biancaActionParsnip so i put sudo man cp 'folder' 'destination' ?21:49
bekksbianca: Copy everything from A to B, then remove A. Merge done.21:49
jribbianca: what exactly are you trying to do to /usr anyway?21:49
craigbass1976bianca, rsync might be what you're after21:49
biancafuck linux, cant even move files21:50
einonmtrism: messaging was, but datetime wasn't, I guess I need to restart to see a difference?21:50
tripelbo stiil need help with partitionin21:50
trismeinonm: just log out/back in, or kill unity-panel-service21:50
jribbianca: mind your language please.21:50
corbolmadeauthenticating from21:50
biancaim trying to move stuff for my graphics over because apparently the drivers didnt incude 32 libs? or something idk21:50
einonmwill do, thanks21:50
ProfessorBaconkish_: are you high21:50
craigbass1976https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Router  I still can't route after going through this.  I can give out addresses from my internal nic, but and clients can't ping out of the lan21:50
trismeinonm: oh, indicator-messages also hides itself if no apps are using it, so that's probably why you can't see it21:50
jribbianca: what are you actually trying to accomplish?  Why do you think you need to move stuff for your graphics?21:51
tripelbI stiil need help with partitioning.. patieny 2 days. have 4 partitions want 2.    (/ and swap) ram 1g21:51
einonmtrism: that worked for the time, thanks. Still don;t understand why it was removed in the upgrade. Is there a way to show the messaging icon as well?21:52
biancabecause whi get this error that says im missing 32 bit libarys for opwn gl when i run play on linux, and when i googled it i got linked to a package that had the 32 bit libarys apparently21:53
kishprofessorbacon, just shot up so ye21:53
kishdoes xfce4 support a second monitor21:53
biancabut i cant put them where they need to go because linux is stupid and doesnt like me accomplishing things21:53
kisha second desktop?21:53
biancaraven@raven-pc:~$ sudo rsync '/home/raven/Desktop/usr' '/usr'21:53
biancaskipping directory usr21:53
biancathat didnt do anything21:53
jribbianca: what error?  What gives you the error?21:53
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biancaplay on linux says 'PlayOnLinux is unable to find 32bits OpenGL Libaries. You might encounter problems with your games.21:55
corbolmaanyone can h me?21:55
snyp3r-2000Hi everyone!21:55
woo!questions | corbolma21:55
ubottucorbolma: 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 !patience21:55
biancain windows you can just drag and drop anything whereeve you want it to go! :)21:56
biancaand apparently ubuntu has more freedom -_-21:56
jribbianca: I'm 99% certain that you should not be copying things to /usr yourself.21:57
bekksbianca: Only when having administrative permissions, you can do so on windows.21:57
corbolmamy wirless said deauthenticating from by local choice (reason=3)21:57
tripelbwhat is the oldest bersion of ubuntu that will see my nexus 7 on usb? should 9.04 ?21:57
jhutchinsbianca: Are you on wheezy?21:57
biancawell i need it, how else am i meant to get these files in there21:57
biancawhat the hell is a wheezy21:57
craigbass1976Is this still valid?  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Router/21:58
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biancaive spent f*ing hours trying to copy files somewhere... why is this not a thing i can just do?21:58
jribbianca: usually one uses the package manager to install things; one does not copy files into /usr21:58
jribbianca: you can just do it. But you shouldn't be doing it.21:59
trismeinonm: indicator-messages hides itself if there aren't any apps using it, a bunch weren't ported in time so if you don't use empathy that may be why you don't see it21:59
biancawell find me the amd 32bit opengl files on the package manager and ill listen to you21:59
einonmtrism: ok, thanks.21:59
jhutchinsbianca: You'22:00
jribbianca: I don't know what playonlinux wants.  But you can install the 32bit of a package by appending ":i386" to its name22:01
tripelbinvisible /me wants to make a partition be bigger and does.t get bow to do it from askununtu. would like guidance22:01
[snake]hello, I am having an issue(I think major) with my package manager: E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)22:01
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jhutchinsbianca: You've spent hours because you are trying to force a Linux box to behave like Windows and run Windows software.  Why not just run your games on Windows?22:01
jrib[snake]: pastebin the full output22:01
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biancai have the file si need22:01
biancai cant put them in the right folder22:01
[snake]jrib, http://paste.ubuntu.com/1560907/22:02
tripelbi have been here for hours now. since 11:30 now 2p22:02
jhutchinsbianca: I was asking what release of Ubuntu you're running because it makes a difference how 32b vs 64b libraries are handled.22:02
jhutchinsbianca: Sorry, wheezy was the wrong term anyway.22:02
biancaim using 64 ubuntu22:02
jhutchinsbianca: That's not how you do it.22:02
jrib[snake]: see workaround in bug 1068165 (note the file is different)22:03
jhutchinsbianca: Yes, do you know which release?22:03
ubottubug 1068165 in libdrm (Ubuntu) "package libdrm2 2.4.39-0ubuntu1 failed to install/upgrade: trying to overwrite shared '/usr/share/doc/libdrm2/changelog.Debian.gz', which is different from other instances of package libdrm2:amd64" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106816522:03
Picitripelb: can you re-ask your question please?22:03
XMLnewbiis it bad to run nginx side by side with apache?22:03
jhutchinsbianca: The system has to know it has the 32b libraries and know where to look for them.22:03
[snake]jrib I ran the sudo apt-get install -f like they said, and that is the output. I was installing ia32-libs-gtk when it happened.22:04
jhutchinsxlnt.  Let me check some details for you.22:04
jrib[snake]: did you read the bug report?22:04
biancai found  this in the software center ATI binary X.Org driver22:04
jribbianca: what do you mean by "this"?22:04
biancaapparently it breaks unity but better than nothing i guess22:04
MichaelPubuntu 12.04 LTS sence it's long term does it get the newer kernels and other newer packages of 12.10. or is it always going to stay behind ?22:04
[snake]jrib, reading it now22:04
bekksMichaelP: yes.22:04
biancajrib what are you talking about22:04
bekksMichaelP: But it willbe supported much longer than 12.1022:05
jribMichaelP: the kernels are backported to LTS releases (apt-cache search -n linux-image backport)22:05
jhutchinsbianca: Try sudo apt-get install ia32-libs22:05
jribbianca: I'm trying to understand what you say.22:05
biancathis is a word commonly used in the english language,22:05
k1l_MichaelP: the focus is not on the newest releases of the software22:05
tripelbmy phone says that it is connected via USB and yet LSUSB does not show my phone what am I missing?22:05
jribbianca: I know what the word means.  I'm asking what "this" refers to.22:05
yakusa48which one is better LAMPP (ubuntu) or XAMPP for Linux (apachefriend)?22:06
jrib!lamp | yakusa4822:06
ubottuyakusa48: LAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process.22:06
MichaelPSo the concept of LTS is like debian.. Working on it longer to make for a more stable system ?22:06
bekksyakusa48: Neither nor. Just install the according ubuntu packages.22:06
jribyakusa48: use the lamp setup ubottu described; that way you get updates from the repositories22:06
biancathe thing i said after it22:07
blablub234hi. does somebody know why theres no efi loader on the ubuntu 12.10 x64 netinstall? (mini.iso)22:07
jribbianca: ok22:07
jrib!who | bianca22:07
ubottubianca: 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 :)22:07
k1l_tripelb: depends on the phone i guess. some new phones use mtp22:07
biancajhutchins do i have to restart after?22:07
k1l_bianca: do you actually want some to help you or do you only want to flame and rant?22:07
linux111your phone "ttyACM0"22:07
biancaim not flaming and ranting, i asked about 3 million questions and got nowhere so i stated some facts :)22:08
jhutchinsbianca: Sholdn't.  Using apt-get should reload what's needed.22:08
[snake]jrib, ok that helped. I think it's working now.22:08
jhutchinsk1l_: Patience, we're getting there.22:09
biancahas anyone here seen all aussie adventures XD russell coight really knows his stuff xD22:11
hamedis there any way to reconfigure the graphic driver via command line in ubuntu? without connecting to the internet?22:11
hamedis there any way to reconfigure the graphic driver via command line in ubuntu? without connecting to the internet22:11
jribhamed: reconfigure it for what?22:11
biancajhutchins its still giving me the error22:12
ActionParsniphamed: what do you mean by 'reconfigure'22:13
hamedthe low graphics mode dialog appeared in booint22:13
hamedand i can just access the command line22:13
ActionParsniphamed: and what video chip please?22:13
hamedintel integrated22:14
hamedubuntu 12.0422:14
tripelbk1l_:  layers of issues. i want to get lubuntu.iso off my necus 7 and onto any cd or flash dr. then i can make a livecd. i have livecd's of 9.04 also 11.04 but this celleron has trouble with the graphics.  thanks. -- after thay i will meed to chang my partitions to install over failed install, i didnt assign a swap.    f my22:14
ActionParsniphamed: the driver is in a default install.22:14
ActionParsniphamed: could try reinstalling the intel driver package22:15
hamedbut i can't access the GUI22:15
folornive decided that theirs no hope skype will not install on ubuntu anyone else just give up :) lol or had issues putting skype on their machine?22:15
OptimizedCoderI'm seeing a samba share - but I do not know where it is coming from. Any way of finding this out?22:15
DJonestripelb: Have you tried the Airdroid app on the N7 to get access via wifi instead of cable?22:16
yakusa48thanks for your reply22:16
dingo311the only way i can run alsamixer is with the sudo command. i change the perms but they dont stick past a reboot...any ideas22:16
jhutchinsbianca: It _should_ be able to find them, but at this point you probably have to look at some playonlinux support for how it wants to do it.  You might end up doing symlinks.  Also, dpkg -L ia32-libs and see what it put where, see if it got the glx libs.22:17
tripelbdjones no wifi on gift old computer or in houser22:17
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tripelb this is lowest budget operation.22:17
GA89OerHeks: got to partitioning and it shows just usb, any suggestions?22:18
DJonestripelb: Ouch22:18
* tripelb is on phone mow22:18
SonikkuAmericaGA89: Come again?22:19
tripelbi know dj. i feel like the graveyard of computers so i got the nexus but it is limited until i root it.22:19
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tripelbno I must go take the bus22:20
GA89SonikkuAmerica: im installing ubuntu with minidisk (from net) and got to partitioning, and it only shows usb flash, not any other hard drives22:20
biancajhutchins http://pastebin.com/c90BxC1i22:20
SonikkuAmericaGA89: OK, is that the text installer?22:21
aupiffhello, everyone. I am having a pretty weird problem with my ubuntu. I have executables in a dir that is part of my path and as I type in the commmand names, I can even tab complete them. However, when I try to actually execute the commands, i get a bash error saying that the file isn't found. any ideas?22:21
jisawesomeraven_, Mine just installed automatically with the 645022:21
jisawesomewhat version of ubuntu are you using22:22
GA89http://askubuntu.com/questions/117744/how-can-i-install-on-a-non-pae-cpu-error-kernel-requires-features-not-present im using 3. option22:22
GA89made boot usb22:22
SonikkuAmericaGA89: Do you know if the minidisk has a PAE?22:23
SonikkuAmericaGA89: (Physical address extension) Some don't.22:23
GA89shouldnt have22:23
GA89im using this because got dont have pae error22:23
SonikkuAmericaGA89: Do any of the suggestions on the page work for you?22:24
GA89well im trying step 3 now22:24
GA89havent tried other22:24
ephesiusaupiff: do you have execute permission on them?22:24
OerHeksGA89, oke, check your bios, see if your HDD is set to IDE or AHCI, choose ahci. this could be the problem not seeing the hdd in linux22:24
craigbass1976Is this still valid?  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Router/  I've followed the walkthrough but can't ping out to the wan from a client on the lan.22:25
ubottuUbuntu 11.10 and higher use 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 !classic22:25
jhutchinsbianca: You don't have to restart Linux.  You probably have to restart whatever process is running under linux to support the games.22:25
GA89OerHeks: ok i will check22:25
biancai did restart it22:25
craigbass1976hey dr_willis , just the person who might know the answer...  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Router/  I've followed the walkthrough but can't ping out to the wan from a client on the lan22:26
biancaill restart my pc anyway and see what happens, brb22:26
dingo311the only way i can run alsamixer is with the sudo command. i change the perms but they dont stick past a reboot...any ideas22:26
SonikkuAmericadingo311: Are you using the Live DVD/USB?22:26
jhutchinsAnnnd jhutchins gets caught in the scrollback again.22:26
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: no, server 12.0422:27
yak_kingI have a printer connected to home network via wifi. Just downloaded driver... anyone mind walking a complete linux noob through a driver installation?22:27
SonikkuAmericayak_king: Be glad to via PM if no one else wants to22:27
jhutchinsOk, really lame on the ia32-libs.22:27
lain__I'm running Xubuntu but using Fluxbox. Even though I have nm-applet on stratup, the Internet connection often doesn't work? What other process do I need to run upon startup? Strangely, if I log out and log into XFCE and then log back into Fluxbox, the Internet works. Thanks for any help.22:28
SonikkuAmericaTypically a ia32-libs problem workaround is to install wine.22:28
ActionParsnipyak_king: is it a standalone wifi printer, or is it hooked up to another pc?22:28
GA89OerHeks: im starting to think there is no hdd or maybe its just dead :D cant find any options for it on boot menu22:28
ActionParsnipyak_king: can you ping the printer?22:28
coldmateDEOP coldmate22:28
ActionParsniplain__: when it doesn't work, is nmapplet running ok?22:29
ActionParsniplain__: have you considered trying wicd (assuming you dont use 3G)?22:29
lain__ActionParsnip: Yes, it is running and it shows that I am connected, and I can see the icon.22:29
lain__ActionParsnip: Thanks, I'll give that a try.22:29
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GA89OerHeks: thanks for help, im going to sleep, will try again tommorow :)22:29
yak_kingParsnip... I think you helped me on forums with an upgrade to 12.10 LOL I'm Buddy22:30
yak_kinganyway... if it was you on forums you already know... I am completely illiterate when it comes to linux lol... how do I ping printer?22:30
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BaribalHi. I'd like to use the master archives (I need a package really urgently which hasn't mirrored to my repo yet). What do I need to replace de.archive.ubuntu.com by in sources.list?22:30
k1l_Baribal: just cut of the "de."22:31
biancastill not working.. obviously the drivers ont the ati website are bogus22:31
ActionParsnipyak_king: same as in windows, ping ip.address.of.printer22:31
k1l_Baribal: but you can set this in the gui too22:31
yak_kingok great... lemme get printer to print out network info and will try that then pm you if that's ok22:31
Baribalk1l_, I'd rather not ssh -X into a bandwidth-stingy university. :)22:32
dr_williscraigbass1976:  cant ping anything on the network - but the internet and stuff works?22:32
biancawhere do i get my ati drivers from?22:32
craigbass1976 dr_willis I'm on the "router" pc right now.  My laptop though can't ping the external ip of this box.22:33
k1l_bianca: what is wrong with the ati drivers that come in the repos?22:33
dr_williscraigbass1976:   could be the router pc is not responding to pings22:33
biancawhats a repops?22:33
biancawhats a repos?22:33
dr_willis!repo | bianca22:33
craigbass1976dr_willis, my internal ip is22:33
ubottubianca: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and http://www.ubuntu.com/project/about-ubuntu/components - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories22:33
k1l_bianca: repository22:33
jhutchinsbianca: repository (of ubuntu packages).22:34
bekkscraigbass1976: The external IP is normally not pingable from within a network.22:34
dr_williscraigbass1976:  so the only issue is the pinging? or are there other problems?22:34
biancai got my drivers from the ati website and its missing the 32bit libarys22:34
jhutchinsbianca: the ia32-libs package causes several others to install, but I can't tell if it includes the glx stuff.  Seems to be pretty much everything.22:34
k1l_Baribal: well :)  i just mentioned because most users will find it easier to do this within the gui22:34
jhutchinsbianca: What program gives you this error?22:34
craigbass1976dr_willis, no traffic at all is getting through this box from the lan.  I can ping from here, but agian not from the laptop.  And can't browse, ssh, check email, etc from the lan either22:35
Baribalk1l_, so do I, and that'd be what I'd have tried locally. :) But on this machine, no dice.22:35
jhutchinsbianca: The OLD answer - the one that worked - was to build a 32b install for running 32b, either as a multi-boot or a VM.22:35
biancacan linux do anything..22:35
jhutchinsbianca: Asking the ATI drivers to do multiarch when multiarch is not really working yet is a lot.22:35
biancaso what do i do? just not have open gl? let my $300 graphics card go to waist?22:36
jhutchinsbianca: I haven't used windows as anything but a dumb terminal to run linux since 2004.22:36
rasabinhello how are people the linux22:37
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jhutchinsbianca: You play games written for linux, or somethng like steam's new stuff.22:37
jhutchinsbianca: What program is complaining about the 32b libs?22:37
biancahow can i play games with no renderer22:37
k1l_jhutchins: i think the program used is playonlinux22:37
ActionParsnipbianca: linux does lots22:37
jhutchinsbianca: You have a renderer.  You wouldn't expect to run the games on a mac.22:38
biancaexceot utilize my graphics card22:38
biancamac has plenty of games22:38
biancasteam supports mac22:38
ActionParsnipbianca: which video chip do you have?22:38
jhutchinsSeriously, why run Windows games on a Linux box anway?  Run them in Windows.22:38
ActionParsnipbianca: steam supports linux, they also recommend using linux too22:38
ActionParsnip!ati | bianca22:39
ubottubianca: For Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto22:39
SonikkuAmericajhutchins: He might be trying to run a 16-bit app in a 64-bit env which doesn't work22:39
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: did you see my reply? i am on server 12.0422:39
nanderdoes anyone here have experience with vsftpd?22:39
bekksnander: Why?22:40
SonikkuAmericadingo311: I did, sorry I didn't respond22:40
nanderI want to limit anonymous access to a certain ip-range, while keeping all ip's open for authenticated traffic22:40
nanderthe ip-range is a /16 ipv4 range22:40
ActionParsnipbianca: you don't need to manually download the driver, or visit any site and download them22:40
SonikkuAmericadingo311: Weird. Are other changes in other programs persistent22:40
biancai give up22:40
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: its all good, i see you are busy22:40
mikemonkwhich terminal emulator would you recommend for windows? are there better alternatives than putty?22:41
jhutchinsSonikkuAmerica: THe problem is the 32b ATI drivers in a 64b env, and I don't even know that it's a problem, but it's certainly a stretch to run software on the wrong OS on the wrong arch.22:41
biancathis is just me repeating myself over and over and over and over and over and over22:41
ActionParsnipbianca: what is the output of:  cat /etc/issue22:41
jhutchinsbianca: Steam also supports linux now.22:41
biancaidk what that means22:41
bekksnander: Never heard of a setup like that - and you cant distinguish between authed/anon access until the user finally authed/used anon access.22:41
ActionParsnipbianca: in a terminal, run the command. What is output?22:41
jhutchinsActionParsnip: She's on 12.10.22:42
bekksnander: So technically, you cant close IPs for anon access.22:42
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: seems to be, alsamixer is the only thing i'v tried and got that error, this is a fresh install too. installed ssh, apache, a few other things and nothing else.22:42
nanderSo I have to choose to block anon access or to use ip tables and block users I want to be able to authenticate?22:42
ActionParsnipbianca: ok, then run:  sudo apt-get install fglrx fglrx-amdcccle     and reboot. Done.22:43
biancaUbuntu 12.10 \n \l22:43
ActionParsnipbianca: did you do that?22:43
bekksnander: Correct. Thats because you only know wether a user uses anon access AFTER entering the credentials.22:43
ActionParsnipbianca: have you tried running: sudo aticonfig --initial22:43
SonikkuAmericadingo311: Weird.22:43
SonikkuAmericadingo311: What sound driver does it currently use?22:44
biancaFound fglrx primary device section22:44
biancaUsing /etc/X11/xorg.conf22:44
biancaSaving back-up to /etc/X11/xorg.conf.fglrx-022:44
ActionParsnipbianca: have you used that command before?22:44
ActionParsnipbianca: but its on the how to guide made by canonical for your GPU, so why not?22:45
bianca? i dont know what your talking about22:46
biancai didnt do a guide, i just got the linux 86, 64 bit drivers from the ati website22:47
ActionParsnipbianca: The command is on the guide for ATI GPUs for Ubuntu. Surely this would be the FIRST page you went to.....22:47
dirkounetmaybe someone can help here. Trying to connect my usb-stick to ubuntu 12.10, but nothing is mounted, no icon on desktop etc22:47
ActionParsnipbianca: logically22:47
ActionParsnipdirkounet: is it a 3G stick?22:47
dirkounetbut its listed when doing lsusb22:47
k1l_ActionParsnip: i think there was the old windows driver install way back in mind22:47
ActionParsnipbianca: but a simple web search would have showed you, you don't have to know every page22:47
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: this is the code i use "sudo chmod -R a+rwX /dev/snd"22:48
SonikkuAmericadirkounet: Try [ sudo mount <whatever the location of the USB stick is> ]22:48
k1l_!language | bianca22:48
ubottubianca: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.22:48
dirkounetActionParsnip: do not think so, manually mounting works22:48
Dice-Manhello how to configure my keyboard on 12.10 ?22:48
k1l_bianca: people are trying to help you. so calm down22:48
Dice-Mansometimes some touches are locked22:48
Dice-Manlike ctrl22:48
Dice-Manalt gr22:48
Dice-Manor #22:48
FloodBot1Dice-Man: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.22:48
dirkouneti simply want to have an automount (for the iphone it works without doing anything)22:48
biancano hes just harassing me22:48
codephobicHow do I get Ubuntu's boot menu to find an install of Debian on my system?22:49
SonikkuAmericadingo311: I'm not familiar with that switch syntax... can you give me a numeric equivalent for (-R a+rwX)?22:49
swHi, if I have a 512 MB / 1 CPU / 20 GB SSD Disk server, should I run 12.10 32-bit or 64-bit?22:49
ActionParsnipbianca: instead of trying to guess how things work in an OS you are clearly not versed with, why not try and find guides on how to do it properly, you'll be less frustrated when what you think is how something is done doesn't work22:49
SonikkuAmericadingo311: 777 maybe?22:49
ActionParsnipbianca: i gave you the official how to, and you clearly haven't read it22:49
biancaim not finding this guide your talking about22:49
katsumebliskcodephobic: "sudo update-grub" should see it.22:49
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: alsa says the card is nvidia, chipset  Conexant CX20561 (Hermosa)22:49
k1l_bianca: no he is not. dont take it personally that something doesnt work like you thing it should be22:49
biancawell thats a lie you did no such thing22:50
ActionParsnipsw: I'd go for xubuntu 32bit or Lubuntu 32bit22:50
dirkounetSonikkuAmerica: as i said, mounting manually works22:50
biancayour pissing me off and not helping22:50
codephobickatsumeblisk, I tried that but doesn't pick up the debian install22:50
ActionParsnip22:38 < ActionParsnip> !ati | bianca22:50
SonikkuAmericadingo311: That's the GPU, not the sound card22:50
swActionParsnip: No desktop environment, server ... Definetly 32-bit though?22:50
rbookhouseWhen my pc does absolutely nothing (even when its been doing nothing for hours) the hard disk light still blinks every 2 seconds or so... is there a way to completely stop the light blinking (without physically cutting the connection) - the pc is in a bedroom and its very annoying22:50
ActionParsnipbianca: right before you wrote 'i give up'22:50
SonikkuAmericadirkounet: Oh, I see.22:50
codephobicI installed debian on a second hd (sdb) but within a logical partition. I'm not sure if that affects anything.22:50
katsumebliskcodephobic: Is os-prober installed?22:50
codephobickatsumeblisk, hmm not sure, how would I check?22:50
Dizzlerbookhouse put a piece of tape over it?22:51
ActionParsnipsw: if the cpu is 64bit then i'd go 64bit22:51
katsumebliskcodephobic: "sudo apt-get install os-prober"22:51
ActionParsnipbianca: anyhoo, try a reboot now22:51
katsumebliskcodephobic: If it is, it won't do anything. if it isn't it'll install.22:51
rbookhouseDizzle, that doesn't stop it blinking22:51
codephobicah, k I'll check now22:51
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Dizzlerbookhouse sorry i was under the impression the light was bothering you22:51
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: i thought so22:51
katsumebliskcodephobic: Which distro did you install second?22:51
codephobicseems to be already installed22:52
codephobickatsumeblisk, I installed debian squeeze.22:52
rbookhouseDizzle, it does - but i want it to stop blinking - not hide the fact its blinking22:52
katsumebliskcodephobic: After Ubuntu?22:52
codephobickatsumeblisk, yes22:52
katsumebliskcodephobic: When it asked to install a boot loader, did you pick no?22:52
codephobickatsumeblisk, the problem is that I didn't install grub at the end of the debian install... I figured Ubuntu's grub2 would pick it up, but not working.22:53
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: in alsamixer, i press f2 for sys info and it closes22:53
codephobickatsumeblisk, I did pick "no", thinking grub2 (ubuntu) would find it.22:53
codephobicinstead grub2 finds old (removed) instances of debian and ubuntu, rather than the fresh install22:54
katsumebliskcodephobic: Can you run update-grub and post the output to pastebin?22:54
codephobicI think I need to clean up grub22:54
katsumebliskcodephobic: I'll take a look.22:54
codephobick, one moment22:54
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: this is where i got the chmod code: http://plethoracomputers.com/index.php/component/option,com_kunena/Itemid,277/catid,4/func,view/id,89/22:54
katsumebliskcodephobic: You could also try reinstalling grub in Ubuntu.22:54
codephobickatsumeblisk, I tried that22:55
countleyis there a good speech recognition  for ubuntu22:55
codephobic(as well as update-grub), but neither have found debian.22:55
katsumebliskcodephobic: Can you post it to pastebin?22:55
MonkeyDustcountley  start here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SpeechRecognition22:56
codephobickatsumeblisk, http://pastebin.com/CWrRkQBz22:56
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: 00:07.0 Audio device: NVIDIA Corporation MCP67 High Definition Audio (rev a1) /per lspci22:57
katsumebliskcodephobic: I know your problem.22:57
codephobickatsumeblisk, oh?22:57
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katsumebliskcodephobic: Boot into the top 3.2.x kernel. I think grub is seeing Debian as another Ubuntu install.22:57
MonkeyDustcountley  here's more http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=201400522:57
katsumebliskcodephobic: That may fix it. If not, idk22:57
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codephobichmm, that's interesting.22:57
codephobicok, I'll give it a go now22:57
codephobicthanks for the help katsumeblisk :)22:58
biancasame issue22:58
SonikkuAmericadingo311: I just got burned. Weird.22:59
countleyMonkeyDust cheers22:59
dingo311SonikkuAmerica: ouch, what all did you miss?22:59
SonikkuAmerica SonikkuAmerica: 00:07.0 Audio device: NVIDIA Corporation MCP67 High Definition Audio (rev a1) /per lspci <<< That.23:00
ActionParsnipbianca: can you run:   sudo lshw -C display; lsb_release -a; uname -a; dpkg -l | grep fgl     and pastebin the output please23:02
biancawait what23:04
biancawhy does it say the clock is 22 mhz23:05
ActionParsnipbianca: driver=fglrx_pci    driver is loaded23:05
ActionParsnipbianca: not sure. I've seen high end cards say similar. I wouldn't sweat it23:06
biancait should be like 800mhz?23:06
biancawell its still giving me the error23:06
k1l_which error?23:07
ActionParsnipbianca: i have buddies with decent nvidia cards with the same output23:07
k1l_and who is giving it?23:07
biancaare you kidding me?23:07
ActionParsnipbianca: try installing super tux cart, or something like that23:07
Ben64bianca: dude. chill out23:07
biancasick of repeating myself23:08
ephesiusits a public channel people come and go23:08
MondayMondayMondbianca:  way to speak to a bunch of people volunteering their time23:08
ActionParsnipbianca: again, have you ried super tux cart (or similar)23:08
dr_willisit pays to be verbose on IRC -  messages can appear out of order. and people constantly get disconnected/reconnected23:08
k1l_bianca: i think you should try to make a support thead in the ubuntuforums. i dont think that is gonna take a good end here on irc :/23:09
biancawell you were here every time someone asked me23:09
biancaand people ask then say nothing23:10
biancapeoand yous kepe making meput  all this stuff in terminal but ive got nowehere23:10
ActionParsnipbianca: do other 3D games run ok?23:10
biancawait i have to download something23:10
k1l_bianca: we dont know what you did and what is actually going on there. so we need to ask to get a clue23:11
XenI am wondering about software raid setup on ubuntu 12.04 LTS, I have a raid failure and in messing around I screwed something up.  I am wondering about how it should be setup.  I have a large partition and small one on each disk (swap section and data sections) and I am wondering, how they should be combined in raid.  ie: small with small, or large with small and vice versa)23:11
vitimitiI have this message when logging in my system, and I'd like to know if it's a big deal or if there's any solution, since i can't seem to finde anything about this http://pastebin.com/L8xnCTvz thanks beforehand23:11
k1l_bianca: i really recommend you to use the forums for support, since you dont seem to like the way irc works.23:11
dr_willisHmm. Dont usb3 hds have smart info? noticed thats greyed out in the disk manager tool for my new USB3 3TB hd..23:11
biancakick me then23:12
ActionParsnipvitimiti: what is the output of:  uname -a23:12
ActionParsnipbianca: try other 3D games, like super tux cart23:12
biancaI AM23:12
vitimitiActionParsnip, Linux vitimiti-K53U 3.5.0-22-generic #34-Ubuntu SMP Tue Jan 8 21:47:00 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux23:12
k1l_bianca: i just want you to stop making the drama.23:12
biancastop repeating yourself23:12
ActionParsnipbianca: cool, let me know how you go23:12
Ben64dr_willis: they do have smart info, but not everything can see it from usb23:13
ActionParsnipbianca: you never replied to me23:13
biancai did23:13
biancaall 3 times23:13
ActionParsnipvitimiti: are you using an Asus K73TA?23:13
ephesiusbianca: if you had responded and told him you were trying it he wouldn't have asked over and over23:13
dr_willisBen64:   that may be why i thought i saw it on other usb hds.. got a new HD.. wanting to sort of test it out.. its a bit noisy and clcks when i first power it up. but from what reviews ive seen.. its just a loud noisy drive.23:13
vitimitiActionParsnip, an ASUS-K53U23:13
dr_willisBen64:  getting these days where i dont trust HDs very much. ;)23:14
Ben64i know what you mean23:14
ActionParsnipvitimiti: possibly related https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/101941723:14
ubottuUbuntu bug 1019417 in linux (Ubuntu) "Asus K73TA ACPI Error" [Medium,Expired]23:14
biancaomg im not talking anymore, everyones so fucused on telling how to use a f*ing chatroom instead of helping23:14
dr_willisand this is supposed to be my backup drive. ;)  getting  80MB/s to it via usb3 to usb323:14
vitimitiActionParsnip, thanks, let me check it :)23:14
Ben64bianca: because you don't seem to know how to respond to people without an attitude23:15
bianca= hours of getting nowhere23:15
MondayMondayMondbianca: somebody has a case of the mondays23:15
dr_willisthats what often happens with cutting edge hardware. - linux support/drivers have not caught up with the hw quirks.23:15
Ben64bianca: i looked back about 40 minutes, and most of it is you complaining. if you put the same effort into trying to solve the problem, maybe you'd be done by now23:15
heywoodplanning to enable openssh-server on my home server running 12.04.1 LTS. the box sits behind a firewall router running NAT. root is disabled (as per ubuntu default); one user account that is listed in sudoers.23:16
ActionParsnipbianca: are there bugs reported?23:16
biancain windows, i could have literally just moved the files i need to the right place, you cant do that in linux :)23:16
heywoodquestion is, is it considered best practice to make a separate account, with a super-strong password, for access from the outside?23:16
biancai havent finnished downloading yet, my internet is slow23:16
Ben64heywood: you should have a good password anyway, but you can use your normal account23:17
ActionParsnipbianca: gksudo nautilus $HOME    you can put any file anywhere23:17
biancait didnt work it said i havent set permissions for nautalis23:17
biancalike i said like an hour ago23:17
Ben64yes, because we all saw what you wrote an hour ago :|23:17
heywoodBen64: existing password is pretty strong (mixed case, punctuation, numbers) but i'm paranoid about it not being strong enough when the box is exposed to the intarwebs.23:18
Dice-Manhello people23:18
ActionParsnipbianca: then run:  sudo -i   and you can cp the files where you want23:18
Ben64heywood: it would be a good idea to change the ssh port. lots of bots run scans on port 2223:18
heywoodBen64: perhaps i should just change my existing password to the very long one?23:18
Dice-Manhow to configure my keyboard please ?23:18
Ben64heywood: put on fail2ban, combined with your already good password, and you should be fine23:19
biancaError moving file: Permission denied23:19
biancai need to merge folders23:19
heywoodBen64: thought about that too. router can do port forwarding, so i could forward a random high-numbered port (WAN) to 192.168.xx.yy:22 (LAN), specifying the machine running sshd. would that plus fail2ban be sufficient?23:19
ActionParsnipDice-Man: what make and model keyboard please?23:20
biancaomfg its my os why the hell cant i do what i want?23:20
Ben64heywood: yeah, it'd take billions of combinations to figure out your password, and fail2ban doesn't give them that many tries :)23:20
k1l_bianca: what are you trying to copy from where to where?23:20
biancaom, the repeating myself thing again23:20
k1l_bianca: stop that!23:20
benccwhat is precise-backports repo?23:21