jasuntoi knw i started my query that way00:04
jasuntoi know to use fstab00:04
jasuntoi want to know the best way to set it up in fstab00:04
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jasuntobetter to mount my external in /media or /mnt?00:06
pokkerfacehi could anyone got working sopcast in ubuntu 1210 64 bit?00:15
justinhelpHi, I am having issues with low graphic modes on ubuntu 12.04 & 12.10 and even with mythbuntu 12.0400:23
datsmoidawould a process that is using more swap space show higher overall memory use ?00:31
brightknightWhat magazine issues justinhelp , ubuntu users?00:33
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Arthur_rainbowSolarisBoy, thanks for the advice. beets seems usefeull, i'm trying to understand how to use it, since by default it only work with musicBrainz00:37
donavan01anyone know why my touchpad works before I log in but it stops working after I log in00:37
donavan01mouse works fine either plabe00:37
KxTwoHey guys I seem to have lost my sound for some reason.  Sound works fine on my windows part but has randomly stopped working on ubuntu 12.04.  I tried everything listed here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting , but to no avail?00:38
ZeranoeDoes anyone know why www.mpfr.org is down? I really need some files from their site00:39
justinhelpim having problems running ubuntu 12.x and myth 12.x00:41
justinhelpthe problem is they run, in what i presume, is low graphics mode (washed out colors)00:42
justinhelptried all solutions i could find which solved some00:43
ToeTagHey guys, using Xubuntu 12.10 on a laptop here - sometimes X doesn't start, it seems to be random, is there a log somewhere I can check to see if something is failing on startup?00:44
ks_how do I set portrange for ftpd? It is running already, I just need to limit ports for passive ftp to specific range.00:44
justinhelpis there a known unfixed problem with low graphics mode?00:44
astiamis there someone that can help me out with an implementation of tabs in pygtk?00:45
ghostcartHiya. Could someone help me out with a partition resizing issue?00:46
ghostcarthah, astiam00:46
astiamghostcart: whould you?00:47
ghostcartI'm afraid I don't know how ;/00:47
ghostcartJust amused that we both came in here asking questions at the same time00:48
lars__only one question:00:48
lars__i have an ivy bridge CPU00:48
lars__and it doesn't work good with Linux 3.200:48
astiamghostcart: haha00:49
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ks_any real ubuntu admin here?00:54
citrusfizzcan i install a package from a new distrobution in ubuntu?00:54
ks_need to set passive port range for stock ftpd00:54
adam_8606Hi, Why do we have to replace ipv4. Cant we just create large "Private networks" instead of everyone having a unique ip address?00:55
Gerowencitrusfizz: You can install debs from anywhere as long as any dependencies are met.  Ubuntu is based on Debian, which is why it uses .deb packages, and 9 times out of 10 a .deb package made for Debian will install in Ubuntu.00:55
ks_adam_8606: exactly, what's the fuss about ip v600:55
adam_8606as long as your not creating a website or other server it seems fine to me00:56
ks_ftpd service is running, but /home# find / -name ftpd.conf -print gives nothing00:57
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moon`I did sudo apt-get purge skype and I still have skype on my system?00:58
moon`All of the icons and stuff disappeared but messages keep popping up00:58
crocketHow do I set the xorg DPI in ubuntu 12.10?00:59
brightknightI need real penpals.01:02
ulkeshks_: wouldn't ftpd.conf be in /etc or /etc/ftpd ?01:02
citrusfizzGerowen: well,  the version of nagios that comes with 12.04 has a bug, and i'd like to get the latest,  so i downloaded and compiled the latest and the config files are all messed up,  to much overhead work01:02
brightknightFrom the middle east, I will form Jerusalem to the reign of Christ Jesus.01:02
citrusfizzhoping for an easier route01:02
brightknightNot this computer garbage.01:03
ks_ulkesh:  that's what I thought, but there's nothing in there01:03
brightknightThey say spiritual Zion , yes, but I will bring down New Jerusalem to Earth.01:04
ulkeshks_: i just installed ftpd and i see there's a /etc/ftpchroot and /etc/ftpusers  but that's all i see thus far...i haven't used ftpd in a decade (i use sshd and sftp in)01:05
sancasjey!! what should i install first? the wireless driver or compat-wireless?? :s01:06
ks_ulkesh: in /etc/services I can only see deafult settings like 21/ftp  20/ftp-data01:06
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ulkeshks_: ahh, seems the daemon to use is vsftpd from what i see online01:08
ulkeshks: though i'm not sure if it'll let you configure port (if that's what you're wanting to do)01:09
ks_ulkesh: that's what I found in man http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/precise/en/man8/ftpd.8.html#contenttoc301:09
ks_ulkesh:  i see that pure-ftpd allows you to set port range for passive ftp, but not sure if this is possible for Ubuntu's stock ftp01:10
EllocoHello! Can someone help me? I tried to install adobe reader using this manual and it destroyed my OS http://www.liberiangeek.net/2012/10/install-adobe-reader-in-ubuntu-12-10-quantal-quetzal/01:13
eightieskI have a Netis WF-2113 Network Card, It will connect but speeds are very limited, is there anything i can do to fix this?01:13
justakillran into a little problem I installed ubuntu 10.04 and steam, steam asked for a new video driver01:15
kunji!details | Elloco01:16
ubottuElloco: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."01:16
citrusfizzhow would i use this ppa in ubuntu 12.04 https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nagios3/3.4.1-301:16
justakillwasn't finished, my x window system won't start back again01:16
EllocoHello! Can someone help me? I tried to install adobe reader using this manual and it destroyed my OS. It didn install properly, wont istall. screwed up the application central and made my 12.10 go crazy so i had to shut it sown manuallt 3 times. http://www.liberiangeek.net/2012/10/install-adobe-reader-in-ubuntu-12-10-quantal-quetzal/01:17
justakilli get starting LightDM display manager [fail]01:18
Ellocohow can i delete the poorely installed adobe reader?01:18
adamkjustakill: We need to see the /var/log/Xorg.0.log file that is generated.01:18
justakilladamk, where can i find it?01:19
justakilladamk, oh lol sorry01:19
justakilladamk, in /var/ I will get it01:19
Ellocowhen i try to install it again it says fatal error, aborted. Could not empty updated status for "adobereader-enu". file read only01:20
justakillhow can i get it here using only bash?01:21
justakilli''m on my portable01:22
justakillis the're a way i can send it somehow to my email??01:22
justakillokay I will see how I can do this01:23
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justakillthe end of the log file notes >> Fatal server error:01:24
justakill[46.542] no screens found01:24
adamkWe need the full log.01:24
adamkMake sure curl is install and run this command:01:24
justakilladamk, ok01:24
adamkcat /var/log/Xorg.0.log | curl -F 'sprunge=<-' http://sprunge.us01:24
citrusfizzbut how could i grab packages from a new version of ubuntu using apt-get?01:25
hyliangood evening.01:25
justakillis mailutils good??01:25
justakilladamk, ok01:26
BillyZane2you guys. I have a serious problem01:26
BillyZane2grub won't load01:26
BillyZane2in fact, all I see is a blinking _01:26
BillyZane2immediately after bios01:27
BillyZane2ctrl+alt+f# does nothing01:27
BillyZane2Swc, enter, del do nothing01:28
justakilladamk, http://sprunge.us/HQSU01:28
Malinussso just wanna make it clear: if I installed ubunto on one a small netbook (acer aspire, that should be "certified for ubunto"), it should in theory be faster to both load, and to simple task as text editing and internet browsing.. right? It doesn't seem like anyone made a comparison (it orginally comes with win 7 Starter Edition), but it should be faster, right?01:30
BillyZane2you guys...... my big crisis... it was a USB drive plugged in. LOL01:30
adamkjustakill: The Xorg log file clearly says "Failed to initialize the NVIDIA kernel module.  Please see the system's kernel log for additional error messages"01:30
adamkjustakill: So check the kernel log.  Clearly, though, you did not properly install the driver.01:31
mandoguitBillyZane2:   well just in case you do run into the same problem without the cause being a usb see the following documentation  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2/Troubleshooting01:31
BillyZane2Ty mandoguit01:32
justakilladamk, I did with the additional drivers application01:32
justakilladamk, where is the kernel log?01:32
ghostcartSigh. Now I'm having trouble resizing my ubuntu partition01:34
justakilladamk, okay where else lol...01:34
crocketHow can I change the DPI in ubuntu 12.10?01:36
terabytehi, wubi doesn't work for me. i run the wubi.exe file and nothing happens (after the standard security dialog) i can see in task manager, the process starts then quickly dies.01:36
justakillwhere would nvidea drivers be located01:41
justakilli guess i should just reinstall it all01:41
keithclark_how to install glxgears?01:41
terabytelooking good01:42
brightknightUbuntu: How do I select which terminal to restore from the launcher panel when three opened and minimized are grouped to the button?01:42
terabytewhere is the 32 bit version of 12.04 in WUBI?01:42
xanguaterabyte: you can download 32bit ubuntu from ubuntu.com01:43
terabyteit's not labeled as such01:44
ulkeshbrightknight: click the launcher button twice01:44
ulkeshbrightknight: or even once...it should give you all the windows to choose from01:44
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brightknightulkesh: its only restoring the last one hidden01:44
bcbc2terabyte: run wubi with: --32bit01:44
bcbc2terabyte: e.g. wubi.exe --32bit01:45
ulkeshbrightknight: do you happen to have it in another workspace?01:45
morph3kso glad i got my server set back up and openssh finally fixed01:45
terabyteok let me try that01:45
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brightknightulkesh: no, the three grey arrows over the terminal icon only show on this workspace01:45
ulkeshbrightknight: i'm sorry then, i'm in 12.10 and in such a situation, clicking the icon on the launcher will give me an expose-style window selector01:46
brightknightulkesh: and some time ago I do remember it showing the three windows in some sort of (maybe compiz) fancy chooser01:46
brightknightulkesh: yeah I am on 12.10 also01:47
tcstaranyone know of a tutorial on installing postfix, postfixadmin, dovecot, postgrey, etc... on top of mysql for ubuntu? i've been googling and googling trying and failing and reimaging my server all day long..01:47
ulkeshbrightknight: what happens when you right click on the launcher button and click the title of the app?  when i did that it again showed the windows avaiable01:48
brightknightulkesh: just checked and it is working that way for two firefox windows, but somehow it must have froze up for the terminals01:48
ulkeshbrightknight: ah, strange...sorry i won't be of any help then :(01:48
brightknightulkesh: same thing only brings up the last used terminal01:48
Harooim looking for some help getting a wireless nic going01:49
ulkeshbrightknight: as a suggestion going forward, run terminals thru a screen session, then you won't be dependent on the actual terminal window running and can always bring the screen session back up01:49
brightknightAnyperson: is there an alternate way to activate the chooser for grouped windows in the launcher I have 2 of 3 terminals I cannot access.01:49
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Harooi have a AWUS036NHA usb wireless NIC and when i plug it in ubuntu does not add an interface to iwconfig. but if i do a lsusb it shows up. and ideas from the gurus?01:52
Ellocohow can i change the language of the terminal?01:52
justakillhow can i go get this and install it http://www.nvidia.co.uk/content/DriverDownload-March2009/confirmation.php?url=/XFree86/Linux-x86_64/310.32/NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-310.32.run&lang=uk&type=GeForce01:54
justakillin bash?01:54
morph3ksettings Elloco01:55
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datsmoidaif i have multiple ip on one machine01:56
datsmoidacan i use the same port if i am specifying bind to a different outbound ip ?01:57
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brightknightulkesh: Will you explain to me how to open up 3 terminals inside screen?01:59
ulkeshbrightknight: this may help a bit (it uses putty but a terminal window will work as well):  http://www.howtoforge.com/linux_screen02:01
brightknightWhy the sad face ulkesh ?02:02
ulkeshbrightknight: it's not a sad face, it's the end of the parenthetical statement :)02:02
ulkeshbrightknight: your client turned it sad, sadly02:02
EpicDewdcould someone help me enabling php on apache?02:02
EpicDewdive tried it...02:02
EpicDewdlike 500 times02:02
ubuntunoobjizzbro returns! :o02:02
brightknightheh, yeah02:02
ubuntunoobwheres notepad?02:02
ubuntunoobtrac broken!!02:02
ubuntunoobCan i rename realmlist.wtf?02:02
ubuntunoobpl0x halp figure out how i shoot web gm??~???!????02:02
FloodBot1ubuntunoob: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.02:02
ubuntunoobwut is mi02:02
crocketubuntu's GNOME 3 version looks pretty old in 12.1002:05
Nils_I installed Half Life 2 Episode 2 with Wine02:05
crocketas far as I know, the latest stable version of GNOME 3 is 3.602:05
Nils_it starts to the menu, you can hear the sounds from hovering above the buttons but the screen is all weirded out02:05
Nils_Any idea?02:05
xangua!appdb | Nils_02:06
crocketI just stick to unity for now.02:06
ubottuNils_: 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 help02:06
Nils_Already tried. No same error02:06
dr_willissee the #winehq channel Nils_02:07
Nils_ok I will02:07
_DomY-DomHi, just installed Ubuntu 12.10 on my MacBook Pro (13 inch, 8,1), have been looking on the net for the most efficient way to fix the laggy sluggish buggy touchpad, dragging the mouse is either to slow or too fast, too sensitive or not sensitive enough and this is for clicking, moving, draggig, taping, scrolling (multitouch) etc. Any ideas ?02:08
_DomY-DomAnyone have a nice config which they are willing to share ?02:09
brightknightulkesh: screen may be useful for ssh sessions but I want several terminals displaying on my desktop simultaneously instead of using keybindings to cycle them02:09
ulkeshbrightknight: you can still do that02:09
ulkeshbrightknight: well...maybe02:09
ulkeshbrightknight: i haven't tried that specifically, but i see what you mean...i'll give it a try shortly02:10
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brightknightulkesh: help is always appreciated02:11
ulkeshbrightknight: screen -x may be what you'd use02:11
pablo_alguem do brasil ai ?02:12
dr_willis!info terminator02:12
ubottuterminator (source: terminator): multiple GNOME terminals in one window. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.96-0ubuntu1 (quantal), package size 256 kB, installed size 1775 kB02:12
ulkeshbrightknight: yeah that's exactly it...start a screen session...then open as many terminal windows as you want...then in all of them do screen -x  then do ctrl+a c  to create a new terminal and ctrl+a n to cycle02:13
ulkeshbrightknight: hopefully you'll see what i mean by trying it out02:13
dr_willisscreen and tmux can show several terminals at rhe same time also. but for x.  terminator is handy02:14
ulkeshdr_willis: never used that, thanks for the suggestion!  i'd love to get my work machine set up better due to the varying environments i have to ssh into :)02:15
dr_willisthere's some ssh helper indicator applets also02:15
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brightknightulkesh: that doesn't mitigate the problem of displaying multiple terminals simultaneously, thanks for trying02:16
ulkeshbrightknight: then i'm not understanding what you really want...i'm sorry02:17
_DomY-DomHi, just installed Ubuntu 12.10 on my MacBook Pro (13 inch, 8,1), have been looking on the net for the most efficient way to fix the laggy sluggish buggy touchpad, dragging the mouse is either to slow or too fast, too sensitive or not sensitive enough and this is for clicking, moving, draggig, taping, scrolling (multitouch) etc. Anyone have a nice xorg config they are willing to share ?02:17
ulkeshbrightknight: maybe terminator is a better method as dr_willis suggested02:17
brightknightlooking at a desktop I want a window on the left and right both displaying different content, screen would cycle these in only one window02:17
ulkeshbrightknight: no, using screen -x you can cycle in both windows02:18
ulkeshbrightknight: screen -x            Attach to a not detached screen. (Multi display mode).02:18
brightknightbut that doesnt mitigate the problem of the stckness of the grouping in the launcher panel02:18
brightknightthis is a non-sequiter solution02:19
ulkeshbrightknight: agreed, but it at least allows you to keep your tasks going if you ever have to kill the terminal, that's all i was saying, sorry i wasn't more clear02:19
brightknightulkesh: oh in the case that it does get frozen, yeah I see where this may help then02:20
ulkeshbrightknight: yeah not fixing your specific situation, but a kind-of parachute :)02:20
brightknightulkesh: I will test the theory now02:21
C_ClearHi here to follow up on a video player question. At this point pretty sure its 12.04 OS and not the video card or drivers02:21
_DomY-Dom_Hi again, anyone keen on sharing Xorg config for macbook pro (13 inch, 8,1) touchpad with Ubuntu 12.10 ?02:21
C_Clearwas wondering if I could find a workaround or solution02:22
spaceneedleGnuchess Bug:  The tops utility is reporting 100% cpu usage when i open up glchess.02:23
brightknightulkesh: ok two opened , now the suggestion is killing them by the right click quit as I would have two if they were stuck hidden? (thinking this may kill the screen session which is presumably a child process of the terminal I will have to quit)02:23
C_Clearvlc player and gnome both go blank and won't show video after my computer is running for a while. didn't have this problem with 10.10 or when I boot into XP  has anyone heard of this situation in 12.04 and any advice ??02:25
ulkeshbrightknight: no, the screen session will "detach" and then you pull up a new terminal and reattach with screen -D -R i believe02:25
ulkeshbrightknight: i'll test on mine now02:25
brightknightulkesh: I think it is going to kill the screen process also02:25
ulkeshbrightknight: you may be right, but i was pretty sure there's a way to have it detach in that situation02:25
justakillhmm okay I have a new driver and installed it but the're is a mismatch the kernel module as an older version02:26
justakillhow do i change kernel module version02:26
brightknightulkesh: its really designed for SSH, would be nice if there were a way to ungroup the windows in the launcher02:27
brightknightwould be the obvious solution02:27
ulkeshbrightknight: i just killed gnome-terminal that ran my screen session and then reopened and ran screen -D -R and it worked fine02:27
tcstarive got a ubuntu 12.10 server.  I've got it setup currently to do my webhosting (currently setup to host 4 sites)... but each site needs email -- and i can't find a guide that works on getting a mail-server running to give mail to all 4 domains...  was thinking postfix over mysql for the postfixadmin -- anyone have anything off hand?02:27
ulkeshbrightknight: you're right, for your primary problem02:27
_DomY-Dom_Hi again, anyone keen on sharing Xorg config for macbook pro (13 inch, 8,1) touchpad with Ubuntu 12.10 ?02:28
brightknightulkesh: you are right I guess it works, bravo :)02:29
brightknightproblem solved02:30
ulkeshbrightknight: well, only offering a catch-all in case you have to destroy terminal windows...i don't consider your primary issue solved atm...i'm researching some02:30
mdominoHey all, quick question. I have 2 monitors running on a GTX 660 with ubuntu 12.04LTS. For some reason, whenever I open a game or any fullscreen app it loads on my low resolution second monitor instead of my 1920x1080 monitor I primarily use02:30
tcstarnice brightknight... wish i could get my problems solved...  16 hours working on getting a mail-server running with zero success...02:30
ulkeshdang it, his issue isn't technically solved :)  just worked-around02:31
tcstarlol -- work-around is still a solve in my opinion02:31
tcstarmight not be "optimal" but if it works02:31
ulkeshbrightknight: hate to ask it, but have you removed the terminal icon from the launcher and re-added it and tried?02:31
joek_I have a problem I hope someone can help me. Got a new motherboard. Ubuntu 12.10 32bit works, but 64bit does not02:32
xasteyanyone familiar with Toshiba backlit keyboard or display brightness FN keys on 12.10 ?02:32
crocketDoes the official ubuntu repository provide GNOME 3.6?02:34
ulkeshbrightknight: this seems to suggest just reinstalling gnome-terminal :  http://askubuntu.com/questions/177139/gnome-terminal-not-showing-up-in-unity-why02:34
crocketIt seems to provide GNOME 3.002:34
_DomY-Dom_Hi again, anyone keen on sharing Xorg config for macbook pro (13 inch, 8,1) touchpad with Ubuntu 12.10 ?02:35
elena-IKare there other quake style terminals besides guake, (ya)kuake and tilda?02:38
elfercustomize your terminal02:40
brightknightulkesh: reading that makes me want to take smithers suggestion of switching to gnome classic this is more of a netbook interface and would be great for a touchscreen02:41
BigChuck1988hey guys..02:41
BigChuck1988my router sends this via syslog: Feb  8 20:36:56 dlinkrouter.hsd1.mn.comcast.net kernel: [260955.620000] Busy environment detected02:42
BigChuck1988what do i need in my *.conf file to get that to a log?02:42
BigChuck1988:source, contains, "dlinkrouter" /var/log/logfile02:42
brightknightI am wondering if there is a repository option for switching to gnome classic , but I would be conscerned that it will cause other problems, the screen solution will have to do for now, back to work now.02:42
ulkeshbrightknight: could always try other launchers (cairo, etc), but yeah if it's a netbook, gnome classic would probably run leaner, but i've never really tried it (i'm on my home desktop, i7 quad)02:43
brightknightulkesh: No I was saying that this interface is more for a netbook it looks to be an improved version of the netbook edition.02:43
ulkeshbrightknight: ohhh, my apologies, thought you meant system resources02:44
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ulkeshbrightknight: good luck in it all and good chatting with you...gotta head off for a bit02:44
brightknightulkesh: speaking of resources, that was my next thought where did the performance monitor go, I like to put the applet on the desktop so I can be aware of resources.02:45
BigChuck1988anybody? rsyslog config help?02:45
ulkeshbrightknight: there definitely are some, i have it on my ultrabook, but i can't remember the name offhand...heading off now...good luck!02:46
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BigChuck1988my router sends this via syslog: "Feb  8 20:36:56 dlinkrouter.hsd1.mn.comcast.net kernel: [260955.620000] Busy environment detected" -- but i cant figure out how to config rsyslog to put it into a log file.02:46
brightknightulkesh: I appreciate the sentiment but luck is not something I have found to be real.02:47
silvereyehave you looked at the rsyslog wiki page?02:47
BigChuck1988yes i have..02:48
BigChuck1988doesnt help02:48
brightknightulkesh_away: I appreciate the help.02:48
BigChuck1988the majority of the examples are local syslog, not remote syslogs02:48
morph3ki just totally failed at installing Arch02:48
morph3kI didnt even get the damn thing formatted02:48
silvereyehas more sections than jus that one02:48
BigChuck1988yes, i understand it does. but like i said, the majority of the configs are for local activities.. not configuring remote incoming02:49
jose106I need to cheat on my project. Can somebody help me?02:50
jose106I need to change the creation date in some files02:50
silvereyejose106, tsk tsk02:50
brightknightjose106: I am not sure cheating exists either.02:51
mattwj2002hi all02:51
BigChuck1988also referenced this: http://www.rsyslog.com/doc/property_replacer.html02:51
BigChuck1988:source, contains, "dlinkrouter" /var/log/dir655.log02:51
BigChuck1988didnt do a thing.02:51
silvereyejose106, have you tried the "touch" command?02:52
BigChuck1988i see the incoming information with the tail -f /var/log/syslog02:52
BigChuck1988but nothing in /var/log/dir655.log02:52
jose106silvereye, ha, I forgot about it02:52
jose106silvereye, thanks02:53
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datsmoidawhat is normal amount of swap space to use ?02:57
_helios_datsmoida: how much ram do you have?02:57
brightknightulkesh_away: Btw, it isn't a matter of luck it is a matter of love.02:57
mattwj2002mb or gb?02:58
datsmoidamb i guess02:58
datsmoidai'm just wondering is a little swap always used02:58
_helios_datsmoida: so how many gb I don't wanna do math lol02:58
brightknightBe careful with vps.02:58
datsmoidaor if any swap is used does that mean my ram is deficient02:58
brightknightMight end up caught in the matrix.02:58
mattwj2002I was hoping for gb not mb02:59
datsmoida1.28GB ram02:59
_helios_datsmoida: Ok 1.28GB of RAM you should have a swap for 1.5 GB02:59
mattwj20021.28 TB of ram would be awesome02:59
datsmoidayes but how much should top show me using at any given time02:59
jarred_i remember when 8mb was awesome03:00
_helios_datsmoida: Unity will use most of that guaranteed03:00
datsmoidai am using gnome classic03:00
datsmoidai am not using any gui03:00
datsmoidathis is on a vps03:00
mattwj2002I love classic03:00
datsmoida12.04 ubuntu03:00
FloodBot1datsmoida: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.03:00
_helios_jarred_: My old packard bell had 16mb and when we upgraded to 24mb then 32mb we thought that was awesome and the 150mb harddrive03:01
brightknightWhy do you want 1.28 TB of ram mattwj2002 ?03:01
mattwj2002because it would be cool03:02
brightknightIts starting to bug me where this is going.03:02
mattwj2002and like 1 PB of hard drive space :)03:02
TeckyJoh da bytes :D03:03
brightknightI am just trying to have foresight here.03:03
TeckyJso what we talking about?03:03
jarred__helios_:Ya. Igot the 8mb ram upgrade from 4mb with a 28.8kbps modem. They were brand new. Just came out.03:04
fwaokdaI'm trying to run 12.10 in virtualbox and its very slow. is there something i can disable to boost performance? I tweak some things from one article to get guest additions to work, but still slugish03:04
brightknightSeek truth folks, I will leave with that, seek truth.03:04
jarred_I think my processor was clocked at 66mhz.03:04
PoolShark_fwaokda: what's the host system?03:04
_helios_jarred_: I never dreamed of 350GB HD with 2GB of RAM is like paradise to me still kinda lol03:04
fwaokdaPoolShark_, Win 7 64bit, guest 12.10 32bit03:05
TeckyJUm have you tried giving it more video memory?03:05
PoolShark_jarred_: my first linux box was a 486 dx4-133 with 32mb of ram and a 120mb hard disk03:05
gmachine_24Greetings. I want to use whatever command line tools I can to copy a partition. Both drives are the same size (1TB); neither has the OS on it; the partition in question is 500GB (give or take).03:06
mattwj2002my first system had 16 kb of ram03:06
PoolShark_well, my first system ever had 4kB of ram03:06
PoolShark_TRS-80 model I03:06
mattwj2002mine too!03:06
jarred_PoolShark_: That's pretty sweet. I guess what matters is not what you had but what you had and when you had it.03:06
jarred_I think my folks paid like $2000 for my first system. Computers were such a rip off back then.03:08
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mattwj2002indeed jarred_03:11
md_5sudo mksquashfs /var/lib/jenkins jenkins-9-02-2013.squashfs -info -wildcards -e ".m2/*" -e "*/.git/*" -e "*.jar*"03:11
md_5Is only ignoring .m2 and not others03:11
gmachine_24I paid $900 in 1990 for a monochrome X86 special. meanwhile.......... Greetings. I want to use whatever command line tools I can to copy a partition. Both drives are the same size (1TB); neither has the OS on it; the partition in question is 500GB (give or take).03:12
gmachine_24I'm thinking I can use "dd" .........? without the quotes of course03:13
_helios_I think I'm addicted to Ubuntu lol03:14
gmachine_24I don't want to use clonezilla because I've had it wipe out all the drives on my computer even though only targeted at two . . .03:14
brightknightI think I am plugged in.03:17
brightknightAre you all working for me?03:17
morph3ku need help brightknight03:18
dr_willisworking in the coal mine....03:18
brightknightmorph3k: help shows love , well I want03:20
brightknightyou people can read my thoughts?03:20
morph3kwell im about to watch the pirate bay documentary03:20
brightknightI am going to think of a word and you type the word03:21
morph3kif u need help right now is the time03:21
brightknightI was wondering what that machine code is in my launguage support it looks like the code from transformers when they probed the main character.03:21
brightknightIm thinking of a word. Can Ubuntu read it?03:22
brightknightmorph3k: do you know what that code is?03:26
morph3kshow me some of it03:26
brightknightmorph3k: look at the language support03:27
morph3kidk what ur talkin about03:27
brightknightit is at the bottom it looks like chineese morph3k03:27
brightknightclick language support03:27
histomorph3k: What documentary?03:27
brightknightmorph3k: be careful theres different hypnotics than interpol controls on pirate bay stuff03:28
brightknightmore likely a cohen family03:28
morph3kits the one about the founders of the pirate bay03:28
morph3kthey made a documentary03:28
morph3kgot released today on torrents03:28
histomorph3k: What's it called?03:29
morph3kthe pirate bay away from the keyboard03:29
fwaokdaanyone using ubuntu 12.04 as guest on vbox 4.2.6 ?03:30
morph3ki use 12.04 on my server03:30
brightknightfwaokda: is vbox an easy install ?03:30
morph3knot server03:31
morph3kVMware Fusion03:31
fwaokdabrightknight, its easy to install but my ubuntu is running sluggish at the moment ;/03:31
histomorph3k: How epically ironic. Someone made a movie and is trying to make money off of it. I wonder if they will sue for people pirating it.03:31
morph3khisto: they released it on TPB themselves03:31
histomorph3k: It's a donation based model. They've only made 26k so far lol03:31
brightknightfwaokda: turn on VT extensions03:32
morph3kfwaokda: use Xfce instead of Unity or Gnome03:32
morph3kif u already got it installed it hink u can just sudo apt-get install xfce403:32
dr_willisuse the unity 2d or lubuntu desktop for snappier vbox.03:32
morph3kunity is slow03:32
dr_willisbe sure you got guest addations installed03:32
morph3kXfce is where it's at now03:32
histomorph3k: PS you can stream it on youtube03:32
UltraParadigmI switched over to Ubuntu Studio 64, no more unity :-)03:32
fwaokdamorph3k, k thanks i'll look into that never heard of it03:32
morph3kfwaokda: www.xubuntu.com03:33
morph3kif u want to reinstall03:33
fwaokdabrightknight, whats VT extensions?03:33
morph3kor just apt-get it03:33
morph3kthen startx03:33
ubottuVirtualbox is a virtualizer for x86 and amd64 architectures. It's available in the package "virtualbox" in the !repositories, and you can download the Virtualbox Extension Pack for additional, non-Free functionality at http://virtualbox.org . Additional details can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VirtualBox03:33
UltraParadigmI didn't mind unity, but I don't miss the random crashes either03:33
bigpun_Hi I'm new to ubuntu. I recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 and I'm having some issues. Specifically with the software updates and the speed of the os seems to be slow. Can some one help?03:33
UltraParadigmbigpun_: Make sure your screen resolution isn't too high, especially if you are using compiz.  Compositing will kill any computer's speed if your rezolution is too high03:34
bigpun_Also, my applications, such as firefox, crashes after a few min of use. I have no idea why03:34
bigpun_ah ok03:34
morph3kubuntu might be a little to much for your laptop03:34
morph3kas i just suggested to someone else bigpun_ try out www.xubuntu.com03:35
dr_willisrun the apps from a terminal.. look for errors when it crashes03:35
morph3kit uses Xfce instead of Unity03:35
fwaokdamorph3k, i guess i'll download the xubuntu iso and install fresh ;) thanks03:35
morph3kull love it03:35
morph3kgo to the xfce website and check ss's03:35
morph3kit looks great03:35
bigpun_I figured as much, my laptop is almost 7 years old haha03:35
morph3kwell xubuntu might even be to much03:35
morph3ktry damn small linux or something03:36
brightknightfwaokda: its hardware built for virtualization shortcut to the CPU core03:36
morph3kwhat specs u got?03:36
UltraParadigmI use Xfce, but when I first installed it was slow after installing compiz, then I realized my rez was like 100000X10000003:36
dr_willisbigpun_: lubuntu will be even lighter03:36
morph3kyea dr_willis is right03:36
morph3ki havent tried it myself though03:36
UltraParadigmI put it back to normal, and it's flying now with awesome effects, smooth as butter!03:36
UltraParadigmNone of unity's bullshit crashing03:36
histomorph3k: I find it incredibly funny that the film makers want money for this documentary.03:36
Niraj_hi can someone tell me how can I log an IRC channel03:36
morph3kur on one Niraj_03:37
dr_willisi rarely see unity  crash in 12.1003:37
UltraParadigmgoin to play some savage203:37
UltraParadigmhope the servers are back up03:37
histobigpun_: What type of graphics card do you ahve?03:37
dr_willisNiraj_: use a client with the features03:37
Niraj_I want this to be done on some server03:38
urlwolfI moved from kubuntu to gnome shell remix03:38
Niraj_not my machine03:38
urlwolfand some apps didn't get the gtk 3 styling (libreoffice for example)03:38
urlwolfwhy is that?03:38
morph3kgnome is done for03:38
Niraj_due to net connection restrictions03:38
morph3kthey just fucked themselves03:38
morph3ku cant even minimize or maximize anymore lol03:38
dr_williserr.. yes you can.03:39
morph3kCinnamon looks really nice03:39
bigpunFIrefox crashed again03:39
morph3ku gotta double click the shit dr_willis03:39
morph3ktheres no minimize button03:39
morph3kor at least none i saw03:39
mdominoHey guys, I was wondering if someone could help me with an NVIDIA twinview prob I'm having. I have two monitors (23" and 18") and want the 23" to be my main, as it has the 1920x1080 resolution. Even when I am able to get the task bars to show up on it I can't get games/fullscreen stuff to launch on it, they always take my other monitor and then I have to reboot. I copied my xorg.conf to pastebin if someone could take a look at it.03:39
mdomino Been trying to edit it for like an hour :x http://paste.ubuntu.com/1627503/03:39
dr_willismorph3k: youre wrong.. tgey are easially reenabled03:39
morph3kdid not know that03:39
morph3kstill imo they went down hill fast03:39
morph3kat the beginning of 2012 i loved the03:39
morph3kive loved gnome since ubuntu 9.0403:40
morph3know i wont touch it03:40
bigpun@morph3k I'm new to computing how can I check my specs in linux? I now for windows I could just run dxdiag and it would tell me but I have no idea for ubuntu03:40
dr_willisive seen gnome grow since uts inception....03:40
histobigpun: lspci will show you your hardware devices03:40
morph3kbigpun: i dont use a GUI03:40
morph3kidk if u are used to terminal or not03:41
morph3ki use ubuntu purely for servers03:41
dr_willisinnovate or stagnant ..... is the order of the  day...03:41
bigpunWell I am not immersed in Terminal yet however I am familiar with it03:41
bigpunI have run a few commands before03:41
morph3kgoogle linux cheat sheet03:41
morph3kprint it off03:41
morph3kcos terminal is gonna be ur best friend03:41
_helios_bigpun: Soon you will find Terminal is the best way to go ;)03:41
dr_willis!info hwinfo03:41
ubottuhwinfo (source: hwinfo): Hardware identification system. In component universe, is optional. Version 16.0-2.2 (quantal), package size 17 kB, installed size 99 kB03:41
bigpunYea I was tyring to find books on terminal but to no avail haha03:42
morph3kfor example bigpun03:42
morph3kopen terminal03:42
morph3ksudo apt-get install hwinfo03:42
FloodBot1morph3k: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.03:42
histobigpun: well run the command lspci and tell us what type of vga controller you have. Mostlikely your system appears slow due to not having the right graphics drivers with unity03:42
dr_willistons of terminal guides out there03:42
bigpunAlright, one sec03:42
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/UsingTheTerminal03:42
morph3knever used a guide i always just gave ppl i introduced to linux the cheat sheet03:42
ljusvarghello, can someone please help me with sound/mic setup in wine? im running pulseaudio and the latest version of wine (default config)03:44
bigpun@histo, here what it said03:44
bigpunVGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD] nee ATI Radeon Mobility X140003:44
* dr_willis reads man pages03:44
dr_willisi recall years back redhat selling a huge printed man pages book.03:44
bigpunI do have a monitor hooked up to my laptop because my laptop screen is messed up lol03:45
histobigpun: yeah install ati drivers03:45
histo!ati | bigpun03:45
ubottubigpun: For Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto03:45
histobigpun: and all will be well again03:45
mdominono help on the xorg.conf?03:46
ljusvarghello, can someone please help me with sound/mic setup in wine? im running pulseaudio and the latest version of wine (default config)03:47
Pwnnaanyone here got steam with CS:S?03:47
Pwnnaand is on a laptop?03:47
bigpunwhat are ati drivers?03:48
morph3kwhat am i lookin for03:48
histo!ati | bigpun03:49
histobigpun: You have an ati card if you install ati drivers following the instructions from ubottu you will find better performance03:49
mdominoI've got two monitors, Screen1 should be primary but every time I add it to xorg.conf as the primary in ServerLayout X fails to load03:49
nydeli'm having some big problems upgrading & with dpkg, is anyone available to give me a hand03:49
mdominoTrying to see if there is anything I'm missing in the config, or how I could edit it so that Screen1 or Monitor1 is the primary, morph3k03:50
morph3kmakea  back up of that03:50
morph3kand just try to flip the shit around03:50
morph3kid just tinker with it03:50
mdominothat's what i've been doing for about an hour03:50
rocker5hello. where can I find DSPs for deadbeef? And if there aren't any, what other players support dsp?03:50
mdominocant find any docs on what     Screen      0  "Screen0" 0 0means03:50
morph3ki unfortunately dont hav ethe time to mess with all of it right now but it is exactly what I would do03:51
morph3kScreen0 = 1 screen03:51
morph3kScreen1 = 2nd screen03:51
morph3kinstead of starting at 103:51
morph3kthey start at 003:51
mdominoyep... shit, just found a doc with ServerLayout params layed out03:51
mdominohttp://www.centos.org/docs/5/html/5.1/Deployment_Guide/s3-x-server-config-xorg.conf-serverl.html if anyone needs :p03:51
mdominothanks man, back to tinkering and rebooting03:51
morph3kgood luck03:52
xasteytrying to install ubuntu and when choosing the INstall type I can't click "continue"03:52
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morph3kwrong architecture?03:52
morph3ku on an x86 trying to install a 64bit?03:52
xastey64 bit03:53
xasteylet me double check03:53
morph3kdunno id guess ur drive isnt wiped03:53
xasteyyeap 64bit03:53
xasteyi'm using the ubuntu-secure-remix-12.10-64bit.iso03:54
xasteynah intel03:54
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morph3knvm they only have one version03:55
morph3kna on debian for example03:55
morph3ku gotta grab amb64 for 64bit03:55
morph3kfound this while ago03:56
morph3kgonna try that out tomorrow03:56
morph3ktried to install arch the old school way earlier03:56
xasteyeh so I can't use the secure remix?03:56
morph3kbeen so long that i couldnt even finish it03:56
morph3kidk what secure remix is03:56
xasteyfrom https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuSecureRemix03:56
xasteyhas like 3 extra tools03:57
brightknightxastey: does that come with wifi tools?03:57
xasteywas reading some forums and the help site and it mentioned boo-repair03:57
morph3kyeah i dunno man03:57
morph3ku might of messed something up there03:57
brightknightlike recording the info and packets03:57
xasteyno clue brightknight03:57
morph3kid just go with ubuntu desktop03:57
xasteywell morph3k I'll burn another disk see if ubuntu-12.10-desktop-amd64.iso works03:57
morph3kdownload rEFit or something if u need to dual boot03:58
xasteyyeah I need to dual boot03:58
bigpun_I'm unable to load drivers such as ATI. Keep on getting an error. any ideas?03:58
morph3kbigpun_: ur driver might be to old03:58
morph3kmay not be a linux compatible version of the driver for it03:58
morph3ktheres ways around it i think. i just have no idea03:59
morph3knever had the problem myself03:59
bigpun_I see. Any suggestion for which linux I should download for a 7 year old laptop?03:59
xasteyeh seems I can do boot-repair afterwards03:59
morph3kdamn small linux bigpun_03:59
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Gerowenbigpun_: The latest ATI drivers for Linux only cover some of their newer cards.  I've got a desktop PC that's only about 2 years old, and the drivers don't cover its on-board ATI card.04:00
morph3kcould try that04:00
FloodBot1morph3k: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.04:00
xasteymorph3k thanks04:00
morph3kFedora has an LXDE version04:01
morph3kLXDE is even lighter than both of them04:01
xasteyanyone familiar with Toshiba backlit keyboard or display brightness FN keys on 12.10 ?04:01
bigpun_I'm assuming that these are other linux based os04:01
morph3klinux distros yeah04:01
bigpun_made by other companies or communities04:01
bigpun_ah ok04:01
morph3kgoogle damn small linux too04:01
brightknightGerowen: I think my laptop has an ATI card how do I put the full drivers on it it says only unknown for graphacs04:01
mattwj2002is redhat still in business?04:01
morph3kit will definitely work on an old junker04:01
xasteylinuxmint looks nice04:01
morph3ki put it on my grandpa's old computer and it was 1.8GHz with 227mb of ram04:02
morph3kyea xastey it is nice and cinnamon is really nice04:02
morph3kbut i dont think bigpun_ is gonna find a linux distro that will have the driver for his 7 year old video card unfortunately04:02
Gerowenbrightknight: If your card is supported, this should work, if not then you're stuck with the open source drivers since AMD decided to yank support for their older cards. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/ATI04:02
brightknightmorph3k: tin foil hat linux with a braille terminal voice recognition and touchscreen04:02
xasteyyou know what I may just try this one04:03
morph3kbigpun_: there u go Gerowen got ya04:03
brightknightGerowen: how do i check what drivers it is using the gui just says unknown04:03
xasteyo so I can install cinnamon onto ubuntu04:03
morph3ki think so xastey04:04
morph3knot for sure though04:04
xasteyyeah you can.. looking at their page04:04
bigpun_Well, I do have a much more powerful laptop. Its a samsung series 7 notebook with 2.3 Ghz processes with more powerful graphics card. What i'm afraid of is crashing the system when tinkering around with the termianl and messing up my hardware or something.04:04
lauratikawhy do you guys use as your email client instead of thunderbird?04:04
bigpun_I do have windows 7 and 8 already installed on it as well04:04
njkthey guys, anyone else noticing performance issues with 12.10 on virtualbox?  (from the terminal not as a desktop or x11 environment)04:04
morph3ki use thunderbird04:05
brightknightmorph3k: with that all aborhances can be identified by self04:05
xasteyhow is that goign bigpun_ I was going to pick up a series 7 today04:05
lauratikamorph3k: used something else?04:05
xasteybut then I saw reports that livecd would make the system unbootable04:05
brightknightmorph3k: because with the different senses it can be cross referenced and the red dragon can be thrown down for torture04:05
xasteywanted to test the support before I did anything04:05
morph3ki have before but i havent uesd linux as a GUI desktop in a long time04:05
morph3klike i said earlier i use linux exclusively for servers04:06
morph3ki use OSX for my GUI Desktop04:06
mattwj2002hey guys04:06
mattwj2002any idea why ubuntu server keeps locking up on grub-install dummy?04:06
brightknightmorph3k: eye cross like the zenmap logo I vs I04:07
Gerowenbrightknight: Just go to the "Software Sources" application and there's a tab that says "Additional Drivers", if any are available straight from Ubuntu, or are in use, they'll be listed there.  For just looking at your hardware specs, I use a program called "sysinfo", it's a GUI tool that usually does a good job of actually listing what your hardware is, even if you're not using the correct drivers for it.04:07
bigpun_@xastey So far I love it. I have the 17 inch one with 1TB HDD but I did find windows 8 to be dissapointing. Its like they're trying to be like Apple with the apps and the layout. But other than that the laptop is great. There is also a reivew on youtube that covers it pretty well. The start up and shutdown speed is very fast aswell04:07
morph3kbrightknight: i have no idea what u have been talkin about bro :P04:08
brightknightGerowen: I dont have any reason to have proprietary drivers atm04:08
morph3kmattwj2002: restaart it in recovery mode and update your grub through terminal04:08
morph3kjust do04:09
morph3ksudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade04:09
xasteybigpun_ how is the linux support ? I ended up picking up a Toshiba P855 can't get my backlit keyboard or brightness FN keys to work04:09
morph3kthat will take u up04:09
brightknightGerowen: thats what they call an IQ it can store in the eyeball info like a minibrain buffer04:09
morph3kto speed*04:09
mattwj2002what is causing that?04:10
morph3ki dunno04:10
brightknightget calibrated to that canadian company, different triggers04:10
morph3kslow computer?04:10
morph3kor maybe ur not being patient enough04:10
morph3kcouldnt saay since im not there04:10
morph3kreally though afk now04:10
mattwj2002why would num lock not work?04:10
brightknightits like VT extensions sometimes it bypasses the CPU from eye to hand coordination04:11
* Gerowen is away: [Playing Half Life 1]04:11
bigpun_xastey: Currently I haven't installed linux on the samsung yet due to the fear I might crash my system while messing around with the termianl. Aslo I don't think samsung has drivers for linux users04:11
brightknightbut in the event of an anarchy hand syndrome or AHS thats why i say voice recognition on something like tinfoil hat linux04:11
brightknightwith an ELO touchpanel04:11
brightknightfor the on screen keyboard04:12
xasteybigpun_ thats the main reason why I didn't get it, I did some research and people had to return their laptop to get the mobo fixed because of trying to install ubuntu along with some other problems04:12
brightknighthi cipher__04:12
cipher__my bluetooth headset won't show up under sound options04:12
stevenFU after 2h, 404 - not found04:12
cipher__it is paired04:12
cipher__i want to use it as audio output04:12
xasteywell morph3k you were right.. used the desktop version and now the continue button is enabled04:13
cipher__I would really appreciate help04:13
brightknightcipher__: did you turn on bluetooth and pair it04:14
cipher__brightknight, * ha i thought you were a bot; hello04:14
bigpun_xastey: It will be a while before I'm able to understand how to use linux properly so I'm content with the samsung series 7. Plus I get to play games like prototype 2 and bioshock so it was worth the investment for me :P04:14
brightknightcipher__: no im just putting things out there I could use help with a few folks here work for me04:15
xasteybigpun_ I dont play games :) just dev04:15
bigpun_We there you go lol04:15
xasteycrap now to figure out this partition stuff crap04:16
brightknightcipher__: ubuntu is surley not without bugs04:16
topper4125I'd say it have fewer than M$ though04:16
brightknightcipher__: just tinker around and try resetting stuff04:16
bigpun_xastey: My uncle recommend linux since he's a developer as well if I recall correctly. I'm still new to linux but he said that anyone can use it. I can still to day to day things with linux its just that I am interested in being able to do more than just the average user you know?.04:17
xasteybigpun_ yeah makes perfect sense04:17
ivotklbigpun_ Such as? Linux has everything except windows games 100% compatibility.04:18
xasteyI've been using linux for years on the server.. thought I would give it a full chance this time04:18
kepler!steam | bigpun_04:18
ubottubigpun_: Valve have officially announced that they are developing Steam and are working with !ubuntu during their devlopment, see http://blogs.valvesoftware.com/linux/steamd-penguins/ for further details, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Valve for install instructions, you can also join #ubuntu-steam for discussion.04:18
bigpun_Yea I heard they were really dissapointed with windows 804:18
bigpun_that's why they're going for linux as well as blizzard04:19
bigpun_blizzard was especially dissapointed lol04:19
brightknightred dragon is like a virus trying to hide04:19
brightknightif i can fix all of ubuntus bugs would ubuntu let me or is the plan perpetual beta testing?04:20
bigpun_@ivotkl Not sure what you meant by your question "such as?" As you said linux does have everything plus more except for the games04:20
bigpun_Is there a way for me to keep this username and not have to sign in with the captcha everytime>04:21
topper4125!dev | brightknight04:22
ubottubrightknight: Interested in becoming an Ubuntu Developer? Get started here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDevelopment04:22
xasteyok so I have 522.8GB for linux.. not sure how to break up my partitions04:22
xastey.. / 10GB ,swap 16GB ,/boot 1GB /home whats left ?04:24
topper4125xastey, I personally don't worry about swap space anymore with the speed of modern p00ters04:25
mattwj2002why not one partition then?04:26
xasteytopper4125 well installer doesn't even let me make a swap partition04:27
xasteyo well04:27
ivotklbigpun_ I do not know wwhat are you going to use it for.04:29
datsmoidais it best practice not to use any of your swap space for your programs ?04:29
datsmoidaand just keep it for spikes ?04:29
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xasteystupid me.. dropdown fool04:29
xasteypretty sure I would hit swap with my IDE's and some of my dev apps04:30
datsmoidatalking to me ?04:30
RabblerouserIt would seem ATI don't like the Cinnamon interface.04:32
RabblerouserWell, at least when it comes to screengrabs04:33
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topper4125xastey, http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-desktop-74/how-much-swap-space-do-i-need-for-linux-mint-64-bit-792093/04:34
topper4125xastey, says its for mint, but pretty much applies to all linux distros04:34
xasteythanks topper412504:34
xasteyso just need / ,swap and /boot and home .. all others are extra right?04:35
xasteymy laptop already has an EFI partition that I can reuse so that takes up /boot04:36
RabblerouserWhat is Gallium?04:36
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RabblerouserMy "Details" screen says I'm running Gallium 0.4 on AMD RV730. Curious if I installed correctly04:37
neocypherwhat are we talking about here?04:38
topper4125Rabblerouser, http://askubuntu.com/questions/183305/graphics-driver-being-reported-as-gallium-0-4-on-llvmpipe-llvm-0x300-instead-o04:39
RabblerouserIt's not on llvmpipe, though!04:39
RabblerouserI opted to install an open-source ATI driver since proprietary doesn't seem to like screengrabbing on the Cinnamon wm04:40
topper4125Rabblerouser, second answer explains how to resolve that issue.04:40
neocyphertopper do you know anything about ubuntu?04:40
topper4125neocypher, little bit here and there ;)04:41
neocypherok well i've had it for awhile now on a dell laptop, and i cant get it to run the drivers for my wifi card04:42
topper4125!wifi | neocypher, did you look at this:04:42
ubottuneocypher, did you look at this:: Wireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs04:42
datsmoidadoes it make sense like04:42
datsmoidasay i have 4 instances of a program running04:42
neocypheryeah ive tried both lol,04:42
datsmoidaand i am using more memory than i have ram04:42
datsmoidaand it starts using swap space for memory04:43
datsmoidawould the oldest running programs get assigned to swap first ?04:43
CyberFoolhello all04:43
CyberFoolQuick noob question...04:43
lvxjust ask it, dont ask to ask04:43
CyberFoolis there a way that I can see what is being submitted via web form?04:43
neocypherthe packages i download dont do anything even after install and the last update i did for my system had one for the card but i knocked my internet completly out, wired and wifi (dont have wifi but still)04:44
CyberFoolI have an online trouble ticket solution at work that I have to use...and I am tring to automate the whole process...04:44
topper4125neocypher, the connection was interupted *during* the update?04:45
CyberFoolso, i was wondering if I can create some kind of "html" file or something like that on my desk top and submit that some way to the same location04:45
lvxnot really related to ubuntu itself04:45
crocketibus icon is missing on GNOME 3 in ubuntu 12.10.04:45
CyberFooloh...sorry...thought I went to #html04:45
crocketibus is working, but ibus icon is not shown on the top part of the screen.04:45
CyberFoolmy bad....04:45
neocypherno it installed just fine as i have it set up to a wired connection but on reboot it wouldent even pick up the wired connection i checked the cable and there were no problems, i had to remove the package to get internet back04:46
demarcohello all, i am trying to find if a kernel module is being loaded, it is listed in /etc/modules but im not sure it can find the module in the first place04:47
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topper4125neocypher maybe try "sudo apt-get update --fix-broken" see if it will replace broken/missing parts..04:49
neocyphertopper is that the whole command?04:50
topper4125neocypher... yes that's the whole command... it'll check for broken packages04:50
neocyphertopper alright, well i run my OS off of a USB (hardrive failure and its much cheaper) so ill try that out later, cause im on a desktop computer atm XD04:51
topper4125neocypher, k... good luck with it, it that command doesn't fix it, it won't make it worse....04:52
neocyphertopper thanks and if need be i have many back ups of my system so i can always reinstall if anything goes wrong04:53
topper4125demarco, did you look into this? http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/how-to-display-or-show-information-about-a-linux-kernel-module-or-drivers.html04:53
topper4125neocypher, backups are always a good thing ;)04:54
neocyphertopper lol yeah i had a realocatted sector count error on my old hardrive so i back everything up like 4 times just to be safe04:54
demarcothe module i want to use is not mentioned anywhere, how can i be sure i can load it anyway04:56
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histodemarco: lsmod | grep modulename04:59
demarcoive done that its not listed05:00
demarconot loaded i get it, but its in /etc/modules05:00
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demarcoso it should be loaded on startup05:08
demarcoso how are kernel modeules loaded05:09
reference_I for one and interested in the uphone05:14
reference_well well jerseydevil coming to apologize for your detraction?05:17
jerseydevilLook at the numbers05:17
reference_jerseydevil: you apologize right now young man! the uphone is a critical piece of the puzzle05:18
jerseydevilwhat device manftr. will entertain the design and production of a phone when .03 percent of the market will but into it05:18
jerseydevillike i said05:18
jerseydevilconcept is good05:18
jerseydevilideology is good05:18
jerseydevilproduction value, down the toilet05:19
reference_I can't believe this blasphemy I'm reading... ubuntu is the #1 free desktop OS05:20
xangua!phone | reference_ jerseydevil05:20
ubottureference_ jerseydevil: 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-phone05:20
jerseydevilkeyword dekstop os05:21
mibr001hi, i havent been able to update in months because of a untrusted packages problem can someone help05:26
histodemarco: they are loaded as needed05:27
DrCodehi all05:28
DrCodeis there ftp server that same like bmc control m, in linux?05:28
demarcook, i am not seeing it as installed researching insmod and where the f loada ble module is05:29
histo!ftp | DrCode05:29
ubottuDrCode: FTP clients: Nautilus (Places -> Connect to server), gFTP, FileZilla (for !GNOME); Konqueror, Kasablanca, KFTPGrabber (for !KDE); FireFTP (for Firefox); ftp, lftp (for !cli) - See also !FTPd05:29
histodemarco: What module are you conserned about and why?05:29
ubottuFTP servers: ftpd, proftpd, pure-ftpd, twoftpd, vsftpd, MuddleFTPd, wzdftpd - Graphical front-ends: PureAdmin, GProftpd (for GNOME), KcmPureftpd (for !KDE) - See also !FTP05:29
demarcohisto: ndiswrapper, my laptop uses a wireless card that isnt supported by ubuntu, but there is a wrapper which is a loadable module05:30
mibr001http://pastie.org/6100567 line 128 can someone help fix this05:30
histodemarco: ndiswrapper loads windows drivers05:30
demarcohisto: yeah i know its the only driver support availiable i believe05:31
histomibr001: looks like you are having dns or internet connection issues05:31
histodemarco: What do you want to do with it? I'm really confused.05:31
histo!ndiswrapper | demarco05:32
ubottudemarco: Wireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs05:32
demarcoubottu: thank you i have been there05:32
ubottudemarco: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)05:32
demarcohisto:  i believe they suggest using ndiswrapper there05:33
mibr001this happens no matter what connection im on05:33
histodemarco: What chipset is your card?05:33
histomibr001: well I can hit those servers here.05:34
histomibr001: You can try commenting out your ppa's cleaning out your sources.list05:34
histodemarco: lspci | grep network05:35
histodemarco: lspci | grep -i network05:35
demarcohisto: 05:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4311 802.11b/g WLAN (rev 01)05:36
roger_demarco: not exactly sure what your problem is. (didn't see your original question), but I did find this http://lkubuntu.wordpress.com/2011/09/08/how-to-fix-broadcom-43xx/05:40
histodemarco: you just need the firmware not ndiswrapper05:41
histo!bcm | demarco05:41
ubottudemarco: Help with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx05:41
roger_demarco: I have a broadcom wireless card too.. This is what I did to install the drivers..  http://pastebin.com/aSuhNch405:45
demarcothanks all05:45
dydzEz2ubunut loaded wierd, i had to login from a black screen05:47
dydzEz2and type startx05:47
demarcoroger_: thats like the link they gave me05:47
dydzEz2man and why is the internet just going so slow05:47
demarcoso your prob not a hacker05:47
roger_demarco: me? Oh no way. I'm nub as it gets.05:49
histodydzEz2: I blame china05:49
* histo is glad for not owning a bcm card05:50
betty_boophey guys I have an acer eeepc with 2 gig ssd i have been running 7.10 on it for a couple years now by splitting the install / on the ssd and /usr on a 4 gig sd card i tried installing 12.04 this way but no dice. any ideas I would like to not have to use old releases sources05:50
roger_histo: lol05:50
histobetty_boop: What do you mean no dice? you can do that.05:51
betty_boopit refuses to boot05:51
histobetty_boop: Where did you install grub to?05:51
histobetty_boop: Is the ssd flagged as bootable and set int eh bios/efi to boot?05:52
histobetty_boop: I'd assume something went seriously wrong with grub in your case. I'd reinstall grub and double check your fstab to make sure your other partitioins are listed there.05:52
betty_boopim such an idiot thanx05:53
histobetty_boop: What was it?05:53
loudaslifeCan anyone help with legacy fglrx drivers in 12.10?05:54
betty_boopbecause i formatted i think i forgot to flag it bootable lol!05:54
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histobetty_boop: yeapers.  Also if you are using an ssd I recomend using trim and mounting /tmp and /var/log etc... to ram. Also adjusting your swappiness05:55
histo!ati | loudaslife05:55
ubottuloudaslife: For Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto05:55
roger_histo: Feel free to tell me to search myself but, what is the advantages of having all the various /var, /usr, etc. on different partitions or drives?05:55
betty_boophisto thanx alot i was getting frustrated05:56
roger_histo: I'm new to linux as I'm sure you've noticed05:56
loudaslifeThe ubuntu website doesn't offer help with legacy drivers.05:56
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historoger_: well in betty's case there is a small ssd of 2GB so other stuff is on another partition. In my case I mount /var/spool /var/log  /tmp in ram cause I am using an ssd and trying to avoid writing to it heavily. Some people do it so if a drive goes bad in a certain section there is a chance they will be able to recover other partitions and or still boot the system.05:57
histoloudaslife: I'm not real good with ati stuff but what type of card is it? Why do you think you need legacy drivers?05:57
dr_willisputting the most accessed  data on tge fastest druves helps speed on systems with lots of load.05:58
loudaslifehisto: It's an AGP 3450 card. from what i had read online i had just assumed it fell under the legacy catagory.05:58
historoger_: ex: on even a regular hard drive I always atleast seperate /home and / . / is where the os is installed /home contains all your user files. So I could switch from ubuntu or anyother distro and only reformat / and still ahve all my files untouched.05:59
roger_histo, dr_willis: thanks... trying to learn all I can..  greatly appreciated!06:00
dr_willisyou said that poolsen06:00
historoger_: really a matter of preference. You can get away with one partition like /   and no swap. You could create a swapfile in / somewhere if you still wanted that feature on one partition.06:00
historoger_: hang out in here and you will learn. Try to help others with problems you experienced. Or google there problems also if you have the time. and read this:06:01
histo!manual | roger_06:01
ubotturoger_: 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/06:01
histoloudaslife: hold up let me check something06:01
demarcowireless works adding to modules file, hopefully it works on rstart06:01
roger_histo: great! thank you..06:02
mibr001histo: i may have to reinstall... havent been able to update since i switched machines i swapped the hard drives. now i can install apps but i cant update or upgrade06:02
histoloudaslife: is that an hd radeon card?06:02
dr_willishmm.. installing is updateing and upgradeing....06:03
histomibr001: I would see if you can ping those servers that are erroring from that box.06:03
loudaslifehisto: Yes. http://www.ubuntuvibes.com/2012/10/how-to-install-amd-catalyst-legacy.html seemed like a perfect solution, but I get errors trying to install it.06:03
roger_loudaslife: what errors?06:03
histoloudaslife: are you running 12.10?06:04
loudasliferoger_: one sec06:04
histoloudaslife: also this stuff is way out of the range of support for ubuntu. Someone else may have experience, but following those instructions you are downgrading X and using a PPA. if it was me I'd stick with the opensource drivers.06:05
roger_poolsen: did you have a question?06:05
fuzaiapt-add-repository ppa:izx/ovz-libc could someone help me translate that into the actual lines i need for sources.list ?  i'm dealing with a lazy virt hoster that said fix it yourself and python is busted so apt-add-repo bugs out06:05
loudaslifehisto: I don't seem to get any hardware acceleration with the default drivers.06:05
histoloudaslife: http://askubuntu.com/questions/209876/upgraded-ubuntu-from-12-04-to-12-10-ati-radeon-hd-3450-catastrophe06:06
datsmoidahey histo i learned a lot today06:06
mibr001histo: http://pastie.org/6100697 this is what im getting now06:06
datsmoidai pretty much know exactly how much ram my programs use now06:06
histoloudaslife: You shouldn't ahve these issues with 12.04 so I'm assuming you are using 12.1006:07
datsmoidaway, way too much but yeah06:07
histodatsmoida: Cool good to here.06:07
loudaslifehisto: yes06:07
loudasliferoger_: this is what happens when i try to use that ppa. http://pastebin.com/ZkfF0rJ506:07
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WugAlright, I'm in a bit of a hairy snafu06:08
Wugso I was moving partitions06:08
histoloudaslife: check out the askubuntu link I posted it has exactly what your issue is06:08
loudaslifehisto: k, thanks06:08
* histo yum data recovery06:08
Wugthat line by itself should be waving bright red flags06:08
roger_loudaslife: I'm gonna post the link you PM'd to me as histo would be able to help much more then I. http://pastebin.com/ZkfF0rJ506:08
Wuglaptop crashed partway through a move06:09
WugI dont have a backup because im an idiot06:09
WugI made this thread, it has pictures: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=12499934#post1249993406:09
histoloudaslife: You'd have to check with the owner of the ppa as to why it's failing.06:09
dydzEz2_ok ubuntu 12.10,  my login screen dissapeared and im in a full screen terminal basically06:09
Wugsynopsis: ~350GB partition was moving leftwards by about 300GB, and was interrupted about 100GB in06:09
dydzEz2_i just did a system update, after a fresh install06:10
loudaslifehisto: ok. that wall of text is unintelligible to someone like me.06:10
histoWug: What type of files are you concerned with recovering?06:10
dydzEz2_im on xubuntu actually but yeah06:10
Wughisto: if I can get the whole partition back that would be great06:10
Wugtheoretically it should not have started copying over the beginning of the partition06:10
histoWug: I would image the drive to a backup drive and then work from that image.06:10
mibr001dydzEz2_: ctrl+alt+f7 do anything for ya?06:10
histoWug: but you can try the testdisk applicatoin to attempt to recover the partition table.06:11
histoWug: if that fails you may be stuck carving the files.06:11
Wugim running testdisk on it to see what it finds06:11
dydzEz2_mibr001 i did login in that black terminal, now my screen is just completely black06:11
histomibr001: let me see what's going on.06:12
Wuglets make an assumption: The partition is intact but free; the partition table entry is wrong but the partition data is completely intact06:12
dydzEz2_so whats that mean mibr00106:12
histomibr001: I would try disabling the ppa's and updating06:12
Wugwhat specifically is the procedure for searching through the disk to find the beginning of the old partition06:12
histoWug: The data is there even if it was moved it's still in the old location and the new one.06:12
Wugyep that's what I'm hoping for06:13
histoWug: testdisk will search for the old partitioin table06:13
Wugtestdisk is pretty far in and has not found it06:13
histoWug: worst case like I say you will want to use the photorec application which comes with testdisk to carve your files to some external source.06:13
zvacetWug: use test disk it will take time but probably you will get your partition table back06:14
vinfuhey all is there a basic guide that teaches how to do things like switching desktops06:14
WugI suspect it may be confused by the fact that the partition table indicates that there is a partition there, taking up the whole space06:14
histoWug: This is why you always backup before moving partitions and data around like this.06:14
Wugdont remind me06:14
histoWug: let it do it's thing06:14
Wugone thing is im not sure what "its thing" is06:14
histo!ppa-purge | mibr00106:15
ubottumibr001: To 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.html06:15
Wugim doing what I think is a scan for any dropped partitions but im not sure if im using the scan which will work best on what I have06:15
WugI dont think trying every option is a good idea06:15
histoWug: You don't ahve to comit the changes06:15
Wugok, that simplifies things06:15
Tera_Giga_MegSubuntu phone not installing correctly on my Nexus 7 :(  ,Very dissapointed guys, you gave us false hope06:16
histoWug: http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/42006:16
histo!phone | Tera_Giga_MegS06:16
ubottuTera_Giga_MegS: 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-phone06:16
histo!manual | vinfu06:17
ubottuvinfu: 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/06:17
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zvacetWug: read http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk_Step_By_Step06:17
histoWug: if all else fails you can pay someone like me $250/hr to recover it. But your data probably isn't worth that.06:18
Wughisto: no, probably not06:19
histoWug: data recover is expensive. You may get lucky with testdisk if not I'm sure photorec will recover plenty of files.06:20
WugI can probably get it all back if I just use magic to copy out the 400GB or so of disk I know has the partition on it06:20
Wugddrescue or something would do that ok06:20
histoWug: the issue is the filesystem. You'd have to repair that.06:21
Wugthen testdisk to find the partition in the nothing06:21
Tera_Giga_MegSalways backup sensitive data on multiple drives, stored in different locations and encrypted06:21
Wugthe filesystem of the copy is irreparably broken and I dont care about it, the original is probably intact somewhere06:21
histoWug: after you did what you are suggesting. Like imaging the section of the drive.06:21
histoWug: I dont' believe you could image a section of a drive and then mount it that way. But depending on the type of filesystem you may be able to recover parts of it. Like ext using inodes etc...06:22
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WugI wouldn't have to mount it, a block copy should do06:22
histoWug: Either way the data is still there as long as you aren't still writing to the disk.06:23
Wugim not touching that partition06:23
Wugim using the other small ones in the front of the picture06:23
histoWug: Good....  Block copy to what?06:23
Wuganother hard drive maybe06:23
Wuggot a 2TB for christmas, mostly empty06:23
hatakecan help my how fix this plz http://dpaste.com/916486/06:24
Wughatake: perhaps you meant to ask in #arch-linux ?06:25
Wugor #arch06:26
Wugwhichever name the channel is06:26
WugI know its around somewhere06:26
histohatake: http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/42006:26
hatakeon arch go to developer clonezilla :(06:26
histohatake: sorry wrong link06:26
hatakebut on ubuntu running06:26
histohatake: http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/42006:26
histostupid clipboard06:27
histohatake: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Clonezilla_Server_Edition#Diskless_Remote_Boot_in_Linux_.28DRBL.29   There we go06:27
hatakehisto, il try :)06:27
loudaslifeHow exactly can I tell if hardware acceleration is working? Graphics are slow, but I suppose it might be a different bottleneck.06:27
goganchicloudaslife: /usr/lib/nux/unity_support_test -p06:28
baddayhi there, I get the error "open ttydev: No such file or directory" when I try to start a graphical session, however, /dev/ttydev exists. Does anybody know what the problem might be?06:29
loudaslifegoganchic: I'm on xubuntu actually. Don't think I have unity.06:29
hatakehisto, nic what is needed ubuntu server, for cloning, i just one eth006:29
histoWug: extundelete may be an option also.06:30
goganchicloudaslife: try glxinfo | grep direct06:30
Wughisto: unlikely06:30
OerHeksloudaslife, glxinfo | grep rendering06:30
loudaslifegoganchic: glxinfo is not installed. should i install it?06:30
goganchicloudaslife: yep06:31
crackI would like to ask, I use the dpkg-deb -b xxx.deb command, said the terminal unable to open info file package06:31
loudaslifegoganchic: "E: Unable to locate package glxinfo" Wat.06:31
loudaslifegoganchic: wait, nvm, figured it out.06:32
histobadday: How are you trying to start a graphical session?06:32
goganchicloudaslife: sudo apt-get install mesa-utils06:32
teslas_moustacheUsing 12.04 with gnome. It's frozen up on me about 3 times today. have to do a cold shutdown. Any suggestions?06:33
loudaslifegoganchic: "glxinfo: error while loading shared libraries: libGL.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"06:33
histoteslas_moustache: memtest06:33
histoloudaslife: what video card are you using?06:33
loudaslifehisto: AGP 345006:34
goganchicloudaslife: what is the output of command ls /usr/lib/libGL* ?06:34
histoloudaslife: Not sure if unity test is availible in xubuntu so you'd have to use glxinfo from mesa-utils06:34
loudaslifegoganchic: no such file or directory06:35
baddayhisto: it is a vnc session with xstartup like this: http://pastebin.com/wX3nYft406:35
goganchicloudaslife: and ls /usr/lib/fglrx/libGL* ?06:35
histobadday: is your user a member of the video group?06:36
loudaslifegoganchic: same06:36
histobadday: sorry thinking of other distros06:36
goganchicloudaslife: ls /usr/lib32/mesa ?06:36
histobadday: can you user startx normally?06:36
loudaslifegoganchic: same.06:37
goganchicloudaslife: find /usr -iname libGL.so.106:37
loudaslifegoganchic: nothing happened.06:38
goganchicloudaslife: ls /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/mesa/06:39
histogoganchic: I don't think he installed drivers appropriately.06:39
loudaslifegoganchic: no file/directory06:40
goganchichisto: maybe06:40
goganchicloudaslife: what is you video card?06:40
histogoganchic: He's using a downgraded version of X on 12.10 with legacy ati drivers.06:40
histogoganchic: if he followed the instructions he was trying.06:40
histogoganchic: ati hd 345006:41
loudaslifehisto: I've gone through several iterations of various drivers, but i've purged them all out. I don't know if I did sucessfully downgrade x or not AGP 345006:41
histoloudaslife: lspci | pastebinit06:42
goganchicloudaslife: did you tried this link http://askubuntu.com/questions/209876/upgraded-ubuntu-from-12-04-to-12-10-ati-radeon-hd-3450-catastrophe ?06:42
loudaslifegoganchic: yes, and it didn't successfully install. http://pastebin.com/ZkfF0rJ506:43
loudaslifegoganchic: and here is my lspci: http://pastebin.com/GCCSwFQa06:44
wiggmpkI need advise/reference for shrinking a RAID0 partition and reallocating the space to another RAID0 partition. Anyone with advise or a good reference site would be a tremendous help. I found some articles that are a bit out-dated (I am using ext4 btw)06:44
Hiso-androidclick it,tks^ω^06:45
MatthewL¿What is the best irc server for Ubuntu?06:46
histo!best | MatthewL06:46
ubottuMatthewL: Usually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose, depending on your preferences, features you require, and other factors. Do NOT take polls in the channel. If you insist on getting people's opinions, ask BestBot in #ubuntu-bots.06:46
zzxxWhen I connect to a wireless access point, my computer shows up named as "ubuntu". I'm not sure where this computer name is coming from, but is there a way to change it?06:46
histo!hostname | zzxx06:46
ubottuzzxx: Use hostname <somehostname> to set the hostname, or to do it permanently: edit /etc/hosts to include BOTH the old and new hostname and then change /etc/hostname to the new one. WARNING! Make sure that your current hostname and /etc/hosts match, otherwise sudo may not work properly.06:46
histowiggmpk: Have you tried gparted?06:48
MatthewLhisto: where can I start learning about irc servers?06:48
wiggmpkhisto: seems a bit obvious doesnt it... didnt think it would work with a softRAID setup06:49
histoMatthewL: You could search the software center or google?06:49
Hiso-androidi like it06:49
nydelMatthewL: read wikipedia & follow links. also there is a series called "BBS the documentary" which is a great history leading up to the social phenom. also try running an eggdrop bot &, if you're ambitious, setting up your own irc server.06:49
histoHiso-android: /j #ubuntu-cn06:49
histowiggmpk: I believe it does let me check06:50
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wiggmpkhisto: I can only see /dev/md0 which is my boot partition, im assuming because the other 2 raid partitions are mounted, they cant be manipulated?06:50
MatthewLhisto: nydel: thanks!06:51
zzxxhisto: ah, hostname, of course. Follow up question, in my  /etc/hosts file, there is localhost listed as (as you would expect), but ubuntu is listed as What is all about? why not x.x.0.106:51
histowiggmpk: Right they have to be unmounted06:52
histowiggmpk: you'd have to use a livecd or usb06:52
histozzxx: doesn't matter 127.xxx.xxx.xxx = localhost06:52
MatthewLnydel: I was thinking of setting one irc server up locally first...06:52
hatakewhere download stage3tarbal for ubuntu ?06:53
zzxxhisto: ok. is there any reason at all for the different number?06:53
histozzxx: I honestly don't know.06:53
nydelMatthewL: that is a great idea. you could set it up & connect to it yourself & just get a feel for what it is.06:53
nydelMatthewL: have you ever run a server or managed a webspace?06:53
zzxxhisto: k thx06:53
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wiggmpkzzxx: it's just another way to give your machine a FQDN, it will loopback regardless to your local machine, but instead of using localhost you could use whatever hostname you decide you want your machine to have.. are all reserved for loopback06:55
MatthewLzzxx: I think is for Localhost, and if other ips are needed, that's what happens?06:55
wiggmpkzzxx: in this case, im assuming the "name" of your computer is "ubuntu", or the Fully Qualified Domain Name of your machine is called "ubuntu" or localhost06:56
MatthewLnydel: No, but I'm renting vps space now.06:57
MatthewLI think it will be simpler in Ubuntu Debian06:57
wiggmpkhisto: thanks man, I'm excited to have a GUI option available.. would hate to screw up my system without having to use "links" to ASCII google lol06:58
baddayhisto: quite sure, lxde can be started successfully06:58
MatthewLwiggmpk: good advice!06:59
ejvrunning your own irc server can be a great exercise, but there are plenty of networks available to most likely handle your needs, including of course, freenode07:00
wiggmpkMatthewL: thanks =)07:00
MatthewLejv: yes, you're right. I think it would be still geek cool to say you run your own irc server though.  That what I'm mainly after.07:01
r0b-is it a good or bad idea to install Linux Kernel 3.5 on Ubuntu 10.04?07:01
ejvask yourself, what am I gaining by jumping to 3.5? if you can't answer that, don't.07:02
histobadday: So the issue is the way you are starting X07:03
aeon-ltdr0b-: what's the current one?07:03
baddayhisto: can u explain that a little bit, please?07:03
MatthewLejv: I'm also wondering about how chat bots are put together07:04
r0b-:P aeon-ltd i already did it.07:04
ejvaeon-ltd: 2.6.32.FOO give or take07:04
aeon-ltdwow ubuntu's far behind07:04
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ejvum no. that's for a 10.04 LTS. it's typical to freeze/stabilize packages like that. it's not "far" behind. that release is from 2010.07:06
toletanybody home07:07
ejvMatthewL: that's outside of the scope of support this channel provides, #ubuntu-offtopic is a better place for that07:07
MatthewLejv: y, you're right. Thanks for the info every one. Good night.07:08
unheedingnobody home!07:08
unheedingi just watched the pirate bay documentary07:08
unheedingspoiler: one of the guys is seen booting up ubuntu07:09
vinfuso i am reading about ppa's do they come from trusted sources?07:09
unheedingyes and no07:10
unheedingthey are signed with their own keys07:10
unheedingbut it's not like they come from canonical07:10
bsv4o8this may be an off topic subject, but is it ok to put a laptop to suspension every night to resume, the next day, rather than hibernate... does it affect the machine or battery negatively  in any way? what do you guys think?07:11
baddayhisto: fixed it, sorry, stupid mistake07:12
IsoaSFlus 这里有华人么?07:12
unheedingbsv4o8: it shouldn't harm the battery at all.07:12
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unheedingi do it every night instead of hibernating07:13
unheedingi don't even have hibernation enabled07:13
IsoaSFlussorry,i just....07:13
bsv4o8yea i think hibernation is disabled by default07:13
bsv4o8from what i read07:13
wiggmpkhisto: quick question, I have my swap partition on a RAID0 as well, if I shrink that partition will I need to change anything else? will it screw up suspend? not that it works anyway07:13
dydzEz2_when you update ubuntu through the gui updater, it automatically does "apt-get update" beforehand right07:14
wiggmpkdydzEz2_: you mean the "check" button?07:14
dydzEz2_i just reinstall xubuntu and theres that like little icons saying software updates07:15
dydzEz2_if i click it will it update all the stuff beforehand07:15
TakeItEZbsv4o8: hibernation is default because it dosn't rely on your battery charge, the system always will be in a consistent state, even if the battery charge drops down to 0.07:15
OerHeksdydzEz2_, when a notification pops up, you have the fresh lists like apt-get update does07:15
wiggmpkdydzEz2_: i never used xubuntu, but if the Update Manager is the same, clicking "Check" will check the repositories for updating packages, yes..07:16
bsv4o8i see07:16
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toleti need help07:17
imbackslutsI want to get in on U at the ground level but the lack of wifi drivers in the wubi install has made that an impossibility07:17
dydzEz2_how long does it take for you guys to do sudo apt-get update07:17
dydzEz2_its taking me a while for some reason, i remember it faster07:17
Ben64dydzEz2_: real0m12.232s07:17
OerHeksdydzEz2_, change mirror07:18
Ben64i have lots of ppas07:18
wiggmpkdydzEz2_: thats pretty situational.. internet speed, which repositories you are using.. etc07:18
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dydzEz2_oh wow i know whats causing the black screen07:18
dydzEz2_i installed xubuntu and on ctrl+alt+f7 aka regular login screen it went black07:18
dydzEz2_after installing xubuntu restricted extras07:18
wiggmpkdydzEz2_: are you using proprietary drivers? like nvidia?07:19
dydzEz2_i have intel hd 400007:19
dydzEz2_i have a thinkpad x1 carbon07:19
dydzEz2_im removing restricted extras to see if ctrl+alt+f7 regular login screen will worik now07:22
wiggmpkdydzEz2_: i dont think thats really going to work mate... the restricted extras pacakge is just a package that will install other pacakges.. so removing that package wont get rid of the extra things installed07:24
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wiggmpkand im sure there is a word to describe what type of package that is considered, but I dunno what it is lol07:24
wiggmpkthanks OerHeks07:25
OerHeksi never tried to remove restricted extra's07:26
wiggmpkdydzEz2_: you can take a look in /var/log/Xorg.0.log to see what driver is being used.. you can try and edit the xorg.conf file to use the VESA driver and see if you can get your login back07:28
alice_hello, I have a problem with a vps with 2.6.18 kernel. Somebody tried to update to precise and now I cant to anything with apt anymore. the error is apt-get: /lib/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.14' not found (required by /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libstdc++.so.6)07:30
wiggmpkalice_: what version of glibc do you have installed on your system now?07:34
alice_wiggmpk: trying to find out07:36
wiggmpkalice_: "ldd --version" in a terminal07:36
icerootalice_: dpkg -l libc607:36
icerootii  libc6                              2.15-0ubuntu10.3                   Embedded GNU C Library: Shared libraries07:37
wiggmpkiceroot: or that lol07:37
icerootthat is the 12.04 version07:37
icerootalice_: what is the output of "cat /etc/issue"07:37
alice_Ubuntu 10.04.4 LTS \n \l07:38
wiggmpkalice_: well whatever your trying to run was compiled with version 2.14, so you need to use that version or re-compile it for 2.1507:38
aLperaboudreault AbyssOne acrocity AGoodName akSeya Akuma aladilas AlanBell Antiga antimon AntiMeta arand07:38
vinfucan ppa sources be trusted07:38
icerootalice_: uname -r07:38
alice_wiggmpk: I can not change kernel as I dont own the host07:38
alice_iceroot: 2.6.18-238.19.1.el5.028stab092.207:39
icerootalice_: so your system and kernel is still the old one but you are starting something which needs a newer glibc07:39
alice_and I can not use any apt command atm07:39
nodieI've ubuntu 12.10 and I see references in many places to add-apt-repository, but I don't have in my system07:39
nodieand after installing python-software-properties the command is still missing07:40
nodiewhich package should I install to get it?07:40
icerootnodie: ls -l /usr/bin/add-apt-repository07:40
icerootalice_: how was the update done?07:40
nodiels: cannot access /usr/bin/add-apt-repository: No such file or directory07:40
icerootnodie: dpkg -l python-software-properties07:41
alice_here is a paste with the output from the above commands07:41
nodieii  python-software-properties                         0.92.9                         all                            manage the repositories that you install software from07:41
alice_iceroot: I dont know :/07:41
icerootalice_: dpkg --print-architecture07:42
icerootnodie: cat /etc/issue07:42
alice_iceroot: amd6407:43
nodieUbuntu 12.10 \n \l07:43
nodieI'm not lying :)07:43
icerootnodie: dpkg -L dpkg python-software-properties | grep add     does it show binaries in /usr/bin/?07:44
icerootalice_: sorry dont have an idea then07:45
nodieiceroot, shows nothing07:45
iceroot!info libc6 lucid07:45
ubottulibc6 (source: eglibc): Embedded GNU C Library: Shared libraries. In component main, is required. Version 2.11.1-0ubuntu7.12 (lucid), package size 3817 kB, installed size 9248 kB07:45
icerootnodie: apt-cache policy  python-software-properties07:46
nodie!apt-cache policy  python-software-properties07:46
ubottunodie: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)07:46
icerootnodie: as it seems your package does not install it to /usr/bin/ because the grep command is showing nothing. i am not sure if there are differences in the 12.10 package. on the 12.04 package its using /usr/bin07:47
nodieiceroot, http://pastebin.com/H1DLc2fz07:47
icerootcould someone on 12.10 please paste the output of dpkg -L dpkg python-software-properties07:48
icerootcould someone on 12.10 please paste the output of dpkg -L python-software-properties07:48
nodieaaarg "As far as I've seen from the description of this bug apt-add-repository is moved from python-software-properties to the software-properties-common package."07:48
icerootnodie: please remove the dpkg from my command and rerun it07:48
nodieiceroot, I removed the second dpkg ;)07:49
icerootnodie: great :)07:49
iceroot!find /usr/bin/add-apt-repository07:49
ubottuFile /usr/bin/add-apt-repository found in software-properties-common07:50
icerootnodie: here we go :)07:50
hawkalIs there a way to make a win7 bootable usb in ubuntu?07:50
mrintelyes hawk07:50
mrintelcheck out unetbootin07:50
alice_I m can not install libc6 2.15 with the kernel I have :/07:50
icerootnodie: as you said, it was changed in 12.1007:50
hawkalDoes it work with windows?07:51
nodieiceroot, yeap installing this package solve the problem :D07:51
alice_so I have to reinstall ubuntu from scratch with lucid07:51
icerootnodie: i thought its installed by default07:51
hawkalexcellent thank you mrintel07:51
vinfucan ppa sources be trusted07:51
icerootvinfu: no07:52
aeon-ltdvinfu: that varies per ppa, but then again can you trust anything?07:52
mrintelno problem :) I was surprised I could help someone, I came for help myself07:52
icerootvinfu: everyone can create a ppa and they are not supported here07:52
vinfuyeah i trust ubuntu, thats kinda where idraw the line07:52
histoalice_: can't you restart and boot a newer kernel?07:53
histovinfu: no07:53
histovinfu: depends on what you consider trust though.07:53
histo!ppa | vinfu07:53
ubottuvinfu: 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-purge07:53
vinfuyou technically cannot trust the framebuffer on your gfx card,07:54
histovinfu: I guess the proper way would be to just build the package yourself. Then you don't ahve to worry about it. But you'd still avhe to trust the packages source.07:54
vinfuim just gettin java and opting for oracles version07:55
wiggmpkvinfu: ppa-purge can save your life =P07:56
histovinfu: http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2011/05/the-evolution-of-the-personal-package-archive-system07:56
nodiethanks iceroot!07:56
schmoddhi, im running 12.10 with unity - it used to be that if i click on an open program on the jump list that i will move to the desktop that program runs on ... anyone knows which compiz settings are responsible for that?07:57
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izxHow do i fix this error?? >> "Error setting value: Can't overwrite existing read-only value: Value for `/desktop/gnome/background/picture_filename' set in a read-only source at the front of your configuration path" ??07:59
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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.html08:03
Shiva_hey everybody. anybody there knows how to use hotspot shield vpn on ubuntu?08:04
alice_histo: no, I can restart but I can not change the kernel. This is a vps virtual machine and I share the kernel with host I dont control08:04
Shiva_totally its hard to set up vpn on ubnuntu  need help with that08:04
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alice_I saw a ppa that would remove the unneeded dependecy to the kernel so I could install libc6 2.15 anyway, but cant apply it08:05
alice_no idea why dpkg -i --no-force-all libc6_2.15-0ubuntu10.2_amd64.deb  still fails with "requires kernel version ..."08:07
bekksalice_: Because you are lacking that kernel version, apparently?08:08
histoalice_: yuck that's a really old kernel08:08
alice_bekks: should --no-force tell dpkg to ignore that dependency?08:08
histo!vpn | Shiva_08:08
ubottuShiva_: For more information on vpn please refer to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/VPN08:08
bekkshisto: libc isnt a kernel ;)08:08
bekksalice_: You cant ignore a dpendendy which will break your system when ignored.08:09
Shiva_anybody there knows how i can set up hotspot shield on ubuntu? I don't know how i can find its host ip08:09
gridwest_userdoes there exist a windows like "paint brush" plugin for gimp08:09
Shiva_Im connect through windows but since Its using a vpn client I don't know the server08:09
Shiva_is there any command to show the vpn host that im connect to?08:10
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bekksalice_: So which kernel version are you running?08:10
carli2is there a touch friendly pdf viewer for ubuntu?08:11
alice_bekks: 2.6.1808:12
atlefcarli2, chrome is supposed to have that built in08:13
bekksalice_: That kernel is too old for libc6 2.1508:13
carli2atlef: but chrome is a browser.08:13
alice_bekks: why?08:13
bekksalice_: Because of ABI changes.08:14
atlefcarli2, i know, looking it up now08:14
alice_bekks: for some reason now the whole system seems to depend on libc6 2.14 and without it I can only reinstall08:15
alice_(wich I cant because I didnt find a way in the webinterface to install image :(08:16
alice_vps is complicated08:16
bekksalice_: On your VPS, you can only install whats offered, not what you want.08:17
alice_bekks: yep. and especialy not ubuntu precise :)08:18
bekksalice_: Then you have to beat up your ISP :)08:18
hatakehelp http://dpaste.com/916533/08:19
alice_ticket sent. best I can hope for is probably a reflash to lucid08:19
hatakeuse this tutorial https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization08:19
histohatake: because you are using mnt you probably want /mnt08:21
histohatake: or you need to be int he proper directory08:21
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hatakestep by step https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization08:22
histohatake: did you do the first two steps?08:22
histohatake: mkdir mnt08:22
hatakeyes already on tutorial08:22
histohatake: alright are their files in extract-cd directory now?08:23
hatakehisto, yes08:23
ubottuIf you're having problems with sound, click the Volume applet, then Sound Preferences, and check your Volume, Hardware, Input, and Output settings.  If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/DmixPlugin - For playing audio files,  see !players and !mp3.08:23
histohatake: okay well that tutorial is old. There probably isn't a mnt/casper/filesystem.squashfs   You'd ahve to look in mnt/casper   and see what the name of the sqaush file is.08:24
hatakehisto, how to fix08:27
hatakehisto, i dont see dir casper08:27
brady2600is it possible to have a vpn set up so that i can have two browsers, one that uses the vpn, one that doesn't use the vpn?08:28
histohatake: What iso are you using?08:28
keplerbrady2600: what are you trying to do?08:29
histohatake: http://askubuntu.com/questions/48535/how-to-customize-live-ubuntu-cd08:29
histobrady2600: You could do that with ssh tunnels08:30
brady2600i like using my vpn, but sometimes i would like a browser that is not using the vpn, i would think my description would explain what im trying to do08:30
hatakehisto, http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/precise/main/installer-i386/current/images/netboot/mini.iso08:30
gridwest_userdoes anyone know if pidgin supports VOIP08:31
brady2600how would i do that with an ssh tunnel histo:08:31
keplerbrady2600: the browser isn't "using" the vpn, the vpn is an interface, like eth0 (tun0)08:32
keplerso traffic flows through one or the other, or both, if split tunnel08:32
hatakehisto, this step eror mount: /tmp/livecd/casper/filesystem.squashfs: failed to setup loop device: No such file or directory08:33
histohatake: yes can you cd /tmp/livecd/casper  what files are in there?08:36
histobrady2600: you create your ssh tunnel and then launch your browser with the proxy option from command line.08:36
hatakehisto, no file on casper08:36
hatakeno file casper08:36
histohatake: Then that's your problem.08:36
histohatake: THOSE INSTRUCTIONS are old for the last time.08:37
histohatake: You are using the mini.iso?08:37
zzcan any help me08:37
histohatake: There is no squash.fs on the mini.iso. What exactly are you trying to accomplish?08:37
histo!ask | zz08:38
ubottuzz: 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 !patience08:38
hatakeon now change iso08:38
hatakenow il tryng ubuntu server 12.0408:38
histobrady2600: hak5 has some great info on youtube aobut ssh tunnels. If you man firefox  or chromium it will show you the options you need to configure the proxy at command line.08:38
histohatake: no those directions are for the desktop iso08:39
histohatake: Why are you trying to make a custom iso in the first place?08:39
zzI wiped Windows and two now fully works on ubuntu .... I want to try other types of Linux, but everything I put DVDs for any other system installation is not?Is there a way?08:41
histozz: Do you want to try asking again in english.08:43
zzsorry histo i am new08:44
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histozz: Do you speak another language natively?08:45
histozz: Your question makes absolutely no sense08:45
zzi setap ubuntu 12.10 32bit08:45
zzi wana delate it to setap anther linux08:46
hatakehisto, damn ubuntu server iso same mount: /tmp/livecd1/casper/filesystem.squashfs: failed to setup loop device: No such file or directory08:46
histo!arabic | zz08:46
ubottuzz: For Arabic language support, please : /join #ubuntu-arabic : للحصول على الدعم باللغة العربية08:46
zzarabic bad in any thing08:46
zzi wana learn from english pepale08:46
histohatake: As I said you would need the desktop iso. It has casper.  Why are you trying to customize the iso's in the first place. Perhaps you don't have to use the method you are trying.08:46
histozz: Okay well then install the other linux distro. I don't see how that is a ubuntu related question.08:47
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sophie_can somebody help me08:47
sophie_i have a probleme with my m-audio08:48
zzi tray put the dvd do not start setap08:48
histozz: You have to boot to the dvd08:48
histozz: What distro are you trying to install now?08:48
sophie_my ubuntu don't recognise08:48
sophie_my m-audio08:48
zzhow i just put the dvd like the frest time with ubuntu08:49
histosophie_: what is m-audio?08:49
sophie_sound card extern08:49
histozz: yes08:49
zzfdra 18 live kid08:49
histozz: okay well join #fedora then08:49
zzi burn it in macbook08:49
sophie_i 've tried "sudo modprobe snd-usb-audio08:50
zzok......start to learn08:50
zzbrb thanks08:50
gunninstalling ubuntu 12.04 + Windows7 dual boot. with hard drive >2TB  in size. Help with HOW TO USE GPT partition ???? PLEASEEEEEEEEEE08:50
histosophie_: is lsusb showing the device? and look in dmesg when you insert it to see any relevant messages08:52
histo!gpt | gunn08:53
histogunn: Sorry I was trying to trigger ubottu but aparently there is no trigger like that.08:53
gunnI installed windows7 and now when I tried to install Ubuntu but it says I exceed ms-dos stuffs above 2TB08:54
histogunn: When does it say that?08:54
sophie_histo : it doesn't show me the m-audio08:54
sophie_i think that i have to mount the device08:55
gunnat the point when I make PARTITION FOR installing UBUNTU on the location "/"08:55
gunnit simply doesn't allow me to create partition08:55
histosophie_: what doesn't show you?08:55
histogunn: So you are manually adding partitions?08:56
gunnbut only SWAP and "/"08:56
histogunn: Then use gparted to create the partitions you want.08:56
histogunn: What version of ubuntu are you trying to install btw?08:57
sophie_histo : it doesn't show me the m-audio connected by usb08:57
gunnUBUNTU 12.0408:57
gunnLTS version08:57
histosophie_: What are you expecting to show it to you?08:57
sophie_histo : my problem is : my ubuntu don't recognize my m-audio08:57
sophie_and i want to force it to recognize my m-audio08:58
zzhisto fedora chanel kick me out loool08:58
histosophie_: I understand that. What are you running that doesn't show it to you?08:58
histozz: Your questions aren't related to ubuntu. Sorry you'll ahve to ask the fedora people. Most likely your disk was burned improperly.08:59
histosophie_: Does lsusb  show that the m-audio device is there?08:59
taherAbdohi there08:59
sophie_histo : no08:59
* histo slams head against wall over and over08:59
histosophie_: Is it a usb device?08:59
sophie_histo : yes08:59
taherAbdoi have a problem in installing jdk on my 12.10 ubnutu08:59
gunnhisto: UBUNTU 12.04 LTS version09:00
sophie_histo : i think that i have to mount it09:00
histogunn: gotcha. This shouldn't be an issue. If it is then create the partitions with another tool like gparted and finish the installer after.09:00
zzok histo .... who can i delete ubuntu 12.10 and situp it again from my dvd ?09:00
histosophie_: Isn't it a sound card?09:00
histo!install | zz09:01
ubottuzz: Ubuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall - Don't want to use a CD? See http://tinyurl.com/3exghs - See also !automate09:01
sophie_histo : yes09:01
histosophie_: You don't mount sound cards you mount block devices like hard drives.09:01
taherAbdoafter i do every thing to install it .... shell says again that jdk and jre are not installed ........ any help?09:01
histosophie_: sudo apt-get install pastebinit && lsusb | pastebinit09:01
sophie_histo : hard drive ?09:01
histosophie_: please give me the link that command outputs09:02
histosophie_: Yeah that thing that all your files are on.09:02
histois a hard drive09:02
zzi installed ubuntu but when i wana reinstaled from the dvd it do nothing and start  ubuntu normally??09:02
gunnhisto: okay, I tried this using GParted from live CD of ubuntu, when I choose partition table GPT, it says that anything on DRIVE will be lost. But I have installed windows7. Does it mean that I have to install windows 7 on later again ?09:03
histozz: Then change your bios settings to boot to the dvd before the hard disk09:03
histogunn: no. I believe you are seeing a warning that if you repartition your drive your data will be lost.09:03
zzhow can i do that mr hist?09:03
histogunn: if you merely create a partitoin in free space it shouldn't touch your other data.09:04
histozz: The same way you did it to install ubuntu09:04
zzcan you put tube link09:04
histo!install > zz09:04
ubottuzz, please see my private message09:04
zzits didnt work the same first one09:04
gunnhisto: okay, let me give a try this way ! I am online, will write you whatever happens :)...thanks09:04
zzfrist one i have widndows 7 but i delete it09:05
histogunn: Don't save the changes if it wants to delete windows 7 partition09:05
auronandacegunn: you don't create a new partition table, you create a new partition09:05
histozz: press F12 repeatedly while your system is booting and select boot from dvd09:05
BWMerlincan someone explain what back porting is to me please?09:06
gunnauronandace: thanks, I will consider your advice too :)09:06
auronandace!backport | BWMerlin09:06
ubottuBWMerlin: If new updated Ubuntu packages are built for an application, then they may go into Ubuntu Backports. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports - See also !packaging09:06
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X-ScorpionCan anyone please help me (How to join Ubuntu to Windows Domain)?09:07
auronandace!samba | X-Scorpion09:07
ubottuX-Scorpion: Samba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT.09:07
BWMerlinauronandace: thanks for the link09:08
gunnhisto & auronandace: I get ERROR: "partition length of 6765678765 exceeds the msdos-partition-table-imposed maximum size of 4284637484"09:12
serp_maximum size is 4 GB09:13
serp_dont exceed it09:13
gunnserp_ : well I have 4TB of storage and I want to have 500 GB on windows7 and rest on Ubuntu 12.0409:15
aeon-ltdgunn: are you willing to learn a lot about linux?09:15
gunnaeon-ltd: my work is mostly with LINUX09:16
SianideAre there non-smartphone drivers for ubuntu?09:16
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aeon-ltdgunn: if you are, a set up of ntfs[win7] / /home /swap maybe more ideal than 2 large partitions09:17
auronandaceSianide: the linux kernel has the drivers, there are a lot of drivers besides those for smartphones09:18
histogunn: Is it possible that windows 7 used ms dos partition table and not GPT?09:19
auronandaceSianide: a lot more people can help you in the channel09:19
SianideI have an lg revere phone and ubuntu just charges it doens't mount it or anything09:20
histogunn: That's the problem09:20
gunnhisto: yes, W7 used ms-dos partition and not GPT ! well I can delete W7 since I have nothing to loose there09:21
histogunn: Windows 7 installer defaults to MSMOS09:21
histogunn: s/MSMOS/MSDOS09:21
histogunn: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_install/how-to-clean-install-windows-7-professional-64-bit/c052117c-8faa-4b5b-bd31-30bb9b21a0eb09:21
SianideWindows just gives me an option to install it as a modem but i want to be able to use bitpim with it09:21
Sianidehaven't tried bitpim on windows09:21
histoSianide: What type of phone?09:22
Sianidenot android or ios09:22
Sianidejust a prepaid phone from walmart if that helps :S09:22
Sianideits using a java os i believe09:22
histoSianide: Is it a cdma phone?09:23
histoSianide: Well bitpim on linux requires a lot of configuration.09:24
histoSianide: http://tuxtweaks.com/2009/03/install-your-own-ringtones-with-ubuntu-and-bitpim/  This is old, You may be able to find newer instructions or read the documentation with bitpim09:25
Sianidethank you i'll look into that09:25
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SianideIs there any other way to view the contents of a phone maybe something like cdma ws?09:34
apb1963_What is the ubuntu way of starting and stopping mysqld ?  i would of expected "service mysqld <start/stop/restart>" but apparently it's not a service.  It's run out of  /etc/init ...   I looked at upstart and initctl but I'm not sure either is what I want.09:39
TakeItEZapb1963_: service mysql start/stop    without "d"09:39
apb1963_oh :)09:39
apb1963_silly me09:39
apb1963_thank you09:39
apb1963_it says "stop/waiting" ??09:40
TheLordOfTimeapb1963_, that's normal09:40
TheLordOfTimeapb1963_, if you just ran stop, that's normal output09:40
apb1963_thank yoiui09:41
apb1963_does anyone else use file completion?09:43
apb1963_seems kind of buggy09:43
sophie_histo : my system is Ubuntu 11.04 (natty)09:44
SoulRavenanybody knows hot to install a pdf digital certificate server?09:45
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SoulRaveni found that pdf reader, can digitaly sign document using also a certificate server, and i am intrested to install something like this for my company where i work09:46
SoulRavenbut i don't know any server for that09:46
gunnhisto: I am confused with UEFI + GPT stuffs ....what should I install first ? WINDOWS7 or Ubuntu ? If I install ubuntu, then I can create GPT partition I guess but recommendation is to install W7 first09:46
SoulRavenis called also, romaning ID09:49
AdeebCan someone please help --- How to block people from using LinuxDc++ from my computer using the Firewall?09:49
keplerAdeeb: why not just remove the software?09:51
AdeebBecuase I also do occasionally use it --- I just want a way to block it, i'll temp. unblock for me to use!09:53
n2deephey can someone help me change the default behavior of GRUB2 on 12.04?09:57
n2deepeverytime my machine does an unclean shutdown, an fsck happens, and then the machine reboots09:58
n2deepwhen it reboots after the fsck the grub prompt just sits there watinig for me to press enter09:58
n2deepas far as I know 10.04 did not do this. How do I get grub2 to ALWAYS do my standard 3 second timeout09:59
OerHeksn2deep, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2#Timed_Display10:03
vince_Hello folks10:03
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vince_I could use a little help here.10:04
vince_Do you guys know how to open a folder with a app on raring ? The menu "open with" has gone :(10:04
vince_I used to be able to open folders with Audacious or VLC10:05
n2deepOerHeks: thanks so much10:05
n2deepOerHeks: I think this is what I'm looking for which is on that same page:10:05
gunnHELP PLEASEEEEEEE: Ubuntu + W7 dual boot with 4 TB. I need to use UEFI + GPT but confused. HOW DO I START ????10:05
n2deepgunn:I would create a small boot partiton, something like 200MB-500MB mount it on /boot10:07
n2deepthough you probably don't need to do that anymore, it wont hurt10:07
gunnn2deep: yeah, but it doesn't allow me even to CREATE the partion like "/" or "/home" or "/boot"10:08
the_drowis there a way to download build-essential and all the dependencies from windows?10:08
vince_Is there a specific channel for 13.04 ?10:08
gunnI already have installed W7 and all I can do is create SWAP partition10:09
the_drowI need to do this: http://askubuntu.com/questions/139632/wireless-card-realtek-rtl8723ae-bt-is-not-recognized and I got no ethernet connection10:09
the_drowI know I have this: http://packages.ubuntu.com/precise/build-essential but do I need to dl all the dependencies manually10:10
the_drowI can vagrant up a machine and use apt-get if needed10:11
vince_Man. Life is tough. I need to make a choice between a crippled nautilus on Unity and G3, a bloated KDE, a cinnamon that doesn't work with ati drivers.10:12
izxHow do i fix this erro ?? >> Error setting value: Can't overwrite existing read-only value: Value for `/desktop/gnome/background/picture_filename' set in a read-only source at the front of your configuration path10:12
vince_Is there an official channel for 13.04 please, you guys seem to be asleep.10:14
ubottuUbuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) will be the 18th release of Ubuntu, Discussion and support until final release in #ubuntu+110:14
vince_Cheers :)10:14
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the_drowalso, apt-get download does not resolve dependencies. what should I do guys?10:17
tux__using BCM4313 on new acer 725, wifi is REALLY slow10:22
dedunuI want a help I want to know developer mentor IRC10:22
vince_Gnome developpers are out of their minds. Alright, I said it.10:25
izxDoes Ubuntu 12.04.1 has gnome-classic??10:26
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vince_izx I believe it does10:29
dedunuby default it don't have10:29
trap24guys, I'm having a very strange problem. There are 2 wifi routers in my apartment. If I connect my wireless lan to 1. I am getting all those images and css in youtube & facebook. but if I use the another 1, It fails to load10:29
dedunuyou have to u install GNOME10:29
vince_On the login screen, below your name, there should be a "cog". Click on it, select gnome classic and there you go.10:29
trap24it goes fine under windows10:30
trap24i've tried all the browsers too in ubuntu10:30
trap24the problem seems to be around router. no firewall or anything. because, all other computers render good10:30
dedunu@trap have u installed any proxies10:30
tux__using BCM4313 on new acer 725, wifi is REALLY slow10:30
n2deepizx: you might need to install a package called gnome-panel10:31
trap24dedunu: nope10:31
dedunu@izx by dufualt ubuntu and ubunu 2d is the only thing in switch if you need you have to install GNOME10:31
dedunuhi joe10:31
joe60I installed ubuntu 12.04, I have problem: the system does not detect the printer as I do?10:32
joe60clicking on the program gnome-control-center tells me no local printers detected, the printer is connected in parallel10:32
trap24dedunu: where should the problem lie ?10:32
MarlincIs there a channel to help with Ubuntu integration into applications?10:32
ubuntu__how to start hud in 12.04 lts10:32
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MarlincThe HUD as in the new menu stuff?10:33
dedunutrap24 i'm thinking10:33
MarlincLeft alt on my keyboard10:33
Guest47921by alt the result is "hud is not connected"10:33
dedunutrap24 i had same issue because of a proxy10:34
trap24trap24: yes yes10:34
dedunuthen  i uninstalled proxy10:34
dedunuproblem went off10:34
trap24dedunu: proxy is none is system wide10:34
trap24dedunu: just the routers, they have web based cp @
trap24dedunu: do you mean that those 2 routers have inbuilt proxy settings10:36
trap24one of which matches to what i need in my computer and renders good10:37
trap24the other fails ?10:37
joe60I installed ubuntu 12.04, I have problem: the system does not detect the printer as I do?  clicking on the program gnome-control-center tells me no local printers detected, the printer is connected in parallel10:37
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wujiehappy new year10:40
erbyafter entering the user password in lightdm and pressing enter, my screen goes black for a second and brings me back to lightdm. This is happening on Ubuntu 12.10. Which log files should i look out for?10:41
erbyThe guest session works fine. I already removed .config/monitors.xml and .config/compiz-1 without success10:41
mettiuciao, come faccio a vedere i dvd da un dvd su ubuntu? quando inserisco il dvd ubuntu non fa niente, non apre nessuna finestra, provo a entrare da nautilus ma niente non vede nessun dvd10:47
brontosaurusrexmettiu, it used to be that you had to install some extras, dunno about now, and speak ingluoso please, or10:49
ubottuVai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)10:49
mettiuok_ciao come faccio a vedere un dvd su ubuntu ? quando inserisco il dvd nel lettore non parte nulla10:53
CodeGnomeI'm trying to figure out where the new Online Accounts feature is storing it's passwords. The Privacy Policy saus "Ubuntu Online Accounts collects and stores your credentials when you enter them in the web" but doesn't say anything about where they're stored. Are the credentials being stored locally, or server-side?10:54
rigois it safe and ok to install the v3.8-rc7-raring kernel to a fresh installed ubuntu 12.10 server?10:54
brontosaurusrexmettiuok_, !it10:55
the_drowsorry, internet was down\10:56
the_drowso is there a way to get all the dependencies for the build-essential package from windows? my wifi isn't working and I need to make the driver...10:57
rigonevermind i install the 3.6.3 from the ancient times.10:58
rigobut since the sound is popping from the s/pdif if its too loud i think it is a driver issue.10:58
mettiu#ubuntu!it  ???10:58
joe60I installed ubuntu 12.04, I have problem: the system does not detect the printer as I do?  clicking on the program gnome-control-center tells me no local printers detected, the printer is connected in parallel11:00
brontosaurusrexis there a utility to forward any port via UPnP/NAT-PMP forwarding?11:00
tanveeri need help11:02
tanveera quick help11:02
tanveerquicker than quick, like so quick11:02
tanveerit must be unbelievably quick ,so quick, faster than speed of light11:02
tanveerthats how quick i need help11:03
ubottuPlease don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience11:03
tanveerok basically who can I ask ?11:03
tanveeri am trying to change my bootloader preferences so the default  boot priority is windows  /dev/sda111:04
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trap24youtube & facebook css and thumbnails fails to load with 1 router11:05
trap24and works fine with the other11:05
trap24works fine with windows as well..11:06
StevenRtrap24: do other, smaller pages load?11:06
trap24StevenR: yes11:06
trap24StevenR: i don't think there is a proxy setting11:06
StevenRwhat do you mean "works fine with windows" ? Can you describe your setup in much more detail please11:07
KrisBHello. can someone explain me how those GDM, Unity, Gnome, LightDM things differ?11:08
trap24I have 2 routers, tplink & netgear. and we use it to create a wlan network in a flat. now, when i use this netgear, the websites loads correctly. but with wlan.. https://fbstatic-a.akamaihd.net/ as well as https://fbcdn-profile-a.akamaihd.net/hprofile-ak-snc6/260668_1389536856_209124208_q.jpg. They fails to load.11:09
trap24the result is a style-less, page with no images.11:09
trap24the system wide proxy setting is automatic, prev. it was none.11:09
tanveerno one actually halped me11:09
vinfuhey i need tovfind the headers for my kernel11:10
trap24StevenR I had tried 4 browsers. its the same. Also, it works fine in windows11:10
tanveerok alight11:11
vinfucan anyone help me find kernel headers for ubuntu11:11
StevenRtrap24: why do you have two routers?11:12
StevenRtrap24: how are they configured?11:12
trap24StevenR: we use only 1 at a time.11:12
CodeGnomevinfu: apt-cache search ^linux-headers11:13
StevenRtrap24: does everything work with one and not the other?11:13
trap24the isp provided the p.dns & s.dns with its gateway IP11:13
trap24StevenR: yes11:13
StevenRtrap24: ok, so it's a problem with just one router then11:13
trap24StevenR: yup11:13
StevenRtrap24: check the MTU settings11:13
trap24i've compared all the setting, i will recompare11:14
StevenRtrap24: does that match on *both* routers? HAve you check *all* of the MTU settings? (The wireless will have its own MTU for example)11:14
vinfuthanks CodeGnome, looks like a nifty utility11:15
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CodeGnomeKrisB: GDM & LightDM are display managers. Gnome is a desktop environment. Unity is (theoretically) a window manager.11:21
KrisBCodeGnome: So the lastest version of Ubuntu uses LightDM, right?11:22
CodeGnomeKrisB: By default, yes.11:23
dr_willisunity is a shell for gnome3  ;-)11:24
CodeGnomedr_willis: Um, no it isn't.11:25
dr_willisyes it is. as is gnome-shell11:25
MonkeyDustCodeGnome  unity is gnome3 with compiz eye candy11:25
KrisBCodeGnome : Wikipedia says: "X display manager runs as a program that allows the starting of a session on an X server"  So actually LightDM runs as a program on an X Server. Right? And X Server refers to simply physical PC?11:25
dr_williscompiz is the wm11:26
mutantkeyboardhey guys I have a question... did anyone try running a compiz on ubuntu running on MacBookPro and experienced some troubles?11:26
mettiu1234__ubuntu it ??? how to?11:26
mettiu1234__ubuntu chat it ??11:26
MonkeyDustmettiu1234__  it works, you're in11:26
mettiu1234__ci sono italiani qua ?11:27
yeats!it | mettiu1234__11:27
ubottumettiu1234__: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)11:27
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sk1pperhi all, i have ubuntu 12.04 and i am looking for the /etc/modprobe.d/options file, any idea why this file is not there?11:28
KrisBdr_willis : sorry for being stupid - what how shell differs from Terminal?11:28
CodeGnomeKrisB: Not exactly. LightDM is an Xclient for authenticating to an X session hosted on some X server---usually your local machine, but it doesn't have to be.11:29
CodeGnomesk1pper: Why can't you just create it if you need it?11:30
mutantkeyboardsk1pper, I can't recall but I think ubuntu only has modprobe.d and modprobe.conf11:30
pranav1StevenR its the same for both router11:30
vinfuhi im trying to compile video4linux, and it requires to be built against current kernels headers so you can build a external kernel module, i do a make all LINUX_DIR=/usr/src/linux-headers-3.5.0-17/ and it cannot find "linux/autoconf.h".11:30
mutantkeyboardyou have to create file manually11:30
StevenRpranav1: you can check with progressively larger pings11:30
KrisBCodeGnome -  by saying "on some X server", do you refer to just physical pc or some software aplication?11:30
theadminvinfu: Why are you trying to build v4l? It's in the default kernel...11:31
sk1pperCodeGnome: it has been there for older versions, if i create it, it will maybe come to conflict with modprobe.conf11:31
drmagoopranav1> what is the make and model of the router that is causing issues ?11:31
vinfuoh ok so i can just run one of the v4l apps?11:32
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theadminvinfu: Sure, don't see why not11:32
CodeGnomeKrisB: An X server is just software. The display hardware can be local, remote, or virtual.11:32
sk1ppermutantkeyboard: it was there for older versions, i can see from howtos on ubuntuforum11:32
mutantkeyboardhmm ... did you try playing a bit around it? I mean ... you can try to cp modprobe.conf > modprobe.options and rename modprobe.conf into modprobe.conf.bak and see what happens11:33
mutantkeyboardif something is screwed up, it's still easy to fix11:34
KrisBCodeGnome: so An X server can run a display manager that is on a remote pc?11:37
theadminHow come whenever I try to install any more-or-less gnome-related package it tries to pull Nautilus and Brasero in? I just want to install Cheese, jeebus.11:37
cfhowletttheadmin, dependencies???11:38
theadmincfhowlett: Yeah but... Cheese doesn't need either to run.11:38
SagittPChi all i've a question11:39
SagittPCi've installed ubuntu server (lastest version)11:39
X-ScorpionGuys please i need to use samba to join active directory domain, but i don't know how, Can anyone help me plz?11:40
cfhowlettSagittPC, 12.10???11:40
ubottuX-Scorpion,: Samba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT.11:40
SagittPCand installed linuxvnc, now i want to start linuxvnc at boot, i made a init.d script but at boot, the boot stop on starting of linuxvnc11:40
Hans-MartinSagittPC: that's a statement, not a question :-)11:40
SagittPC(sorry for my bad english)11:40
theadminSagittPC: Means you got the script wrong, also init.d is deprecated11:41
Hans-MartinSagittPC: does your init.d script return? Or does it run the linuxvnc program until it exits?11:41
CodeGnomeKrisB: X is a whole set of client-server protocols. So, yes, you can connect to a remote X server...but I'm sure I'm glossing over a whole host of technicalities.11:41
SagittPChttp://nopaste.info/f85ba51e66.html this11:41
Sailhow to get port number of removeable devices?11:42
CodeGnomeKrisB: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X_display_manager_%28program_type%29#Local_and_remote_display_management11:42
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theadminSagittPC: Simply put "exec linuxvnc" in /etc/init/linuxvnc.conf...11:43
SagittPCthanks :D11:43
Sailhow to get port number of removeable devices?11:44
KrisBCodeGnome: Thank you for the link. :)11:44
theadminSagittPC: Well, and something along the lines of "start on runlevel [2345]"11:44
SagittPCtheadmin i can't see linuxvnc.conf11:45
CodeGnomeKrisB: Welcome. X is a bit of a dark art; lots of confusing stuff about it, and 90% of it doesn't matter for routine use.11:45
SagittPCi've to make it?11:45
theadminSagittPC: Well, yes, with two lines, just like this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1628346/11:46
KrisBCodeGnome: Yea, yesterday some of users here helped me learn how to disable LightDM when I wish so. So I just simply got confused with all those terms :)11:47
theadminSagittPC: Then use "sudo start linuxvnc" and "sudo stop linuxvnc" to start/stop it11:48
theadminSagittPC: Well, "sudo restart linuxvnc" will work too.11:48
theadminUpstart ftw ;)11:49
KrisBIn addition, I'm not one of those guys who don't want to know anything about something as long as it works. I want to know pretty as much as I can. So I'm gonna be a frequent guess on this channel :)))11:50
MonkeyDustKrisB  also consider reading books11:52
pranav1where are other people ?11:52
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cfhowlettpranav1, this is ubuntu support channel.  Have you such a query?11:53
KrisBMonkeyDust  -  sure, it makes sense to first read something on your own, instead of expecting someone to do all for you, and only when you can't handle it, ask for help. :)11:53
trap24cfhowlett: 'interface' is missing in wireshark device :/11:54
trap24in the capture menu11:54
yeatstrap24: did you run it with sudo?11:54
SagittPCtheadmin thanks a lot11:56
SagittPCworks great :D11:56
SagittPCif i've added the script in init.d and added it to defauls i've to do something to "remove" it? or simply delete the file11:57
theadmin!find linuxvnc11:57
ubottuFound: linuxvnc11:57
theadminSagittPC: Doesn't that package include an initscript?11:57
SagittPCtheadmin i don't think11:57
SagittPCi've installed it with sudo apt-get install linuxvnc11:58
STMelontrapni: to  make wireshark work without it as root in terminal type these commands11:58
SagittPCand i can't see linuxvnc in /etc/init11:58
theadminSagittPC: Oh, hm, okay11:58
STMelonsudo dpkg-reconfigure wireshark-common11:58
STMelonsudo chmod +x /usr/bin/dumpcap11:58
SagittPCtheadmin sudo update-rc.d linuxvnc defaults^C11:59
SagittPCwith this11:59
SagittPCi've to do something to remove it from update-rc.d?11:59
theadminSagittPC: sudo update-rc.d linuxvnc remove11:59
X-Scorpionguys Samba configuration to join active directory12:02
cfhowlettX-Scorpion, perhaps also ask #ubuntu-server12:03
dr_willis_!info samba-doc12:04
ubottusamba-doc (source: samba): Samba documentation. In component main, is optional. Version 2:3.6.6-3ubuntu5 (quantal), package size 5576 kB, installed size 13723 kB12:04
ikoniaX-Scorpion: that's not a question12:04
ikoniaX-Scorpion: ask a question if you want a response rather than just saying words12:04
theadminX-Scorpion: net ads join12:05
theadminX-Scorpion: see "man 8 net" and "net help ads join" for more details.12:07
drmagooX-Scorpion> http://www.enterprisenetworkingplanet.com/netos/article.php/3487081/Join-Samba-3-to-Your--Active-Directory-Domain.htm12:07
joe60I installed ubuntu 12.04, I have problem: the system does not detect the printer as I do?  clicking on the program gnome-control-center tells me no local printers detected, the printer is connected in parallel12:07
ikoniaagain...you're all offering info with no understanding of what's needed12:07
ikoniasamba 3, samba 4, act as a domain memeber, a slave or one of the multi-masters12:07
ikoniahence why asking a proper question beyond "samba, active directory config please"12:08
dr_willis_joe60:  parrallel port? its possible the proper modules dident get loaded.  you may wan tto check the  cups web interface also. it tends to be a little smarter.12:09
Sagitttheadmin: there is a way to change the directory when i access by sftp client?12:10
dr_willis_http://localhost:631 =   The cups web interface12:10
Sagittlink my iphone with ftponthego access to /root/12:10
Sagittand not /, and i cant set it12:10
theadminSagitt: Uh, you shouldn't be able to access /root... It's empty most of the time.12:10
joe60dr_willis_,   solutions12:11
dr_willis_joe60:  check the proper moudles are loaded. and try the cups web interface12:12
Sagitttheadmin: http://cl.ly/image/2V2E0Q413J1112:12
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dr_willis_the last parrallel printer i had years ago. was auto configured when i plugged it in12:12
dr_willis_that was 4+ yrs ago.12:12
ikoniaSagitt: what is the actual problem ?12:12
Sagitti can't see the /12:13
Sagittwith /etc/ bla bla12:13
ikoniaSagitt: it's not / it's the ftp root12:13
ikoniaSagitt: what user are you logging in as12:13
ikoniaSagitt: no you're not, the root user is disabled12:13
ikoniaSagitt: what user are you logging in as12:13
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Sagittin the sftp configuration under user i writed "root"12:14
ikoniaSagitt: the root user is disabled in ubuntu at a system level, and the root user is an ftp deny user12:14
ikoniaSagitt: what version of ubuntu is this ?12:14
Sagittlastest server12:14
ikoniaSagitt: what version of ubuntu is this ?12:14
ikoniaSagitt: how are you logging in as root - the root user is disabled12:15
ikoniaSagitt: either way, that is the root home directory, not /12:15
dr_willis_the word 'root' has a lot of differnt meanings. ;)12:15
Sagittbut with my mac\pc all works fine12:15
ikoniaSagitt: then it is a client problem12:16
ikoniabut as you are logging in as "root" - I'm keeping away from this as I suspect you have made significant changes to your system12:16
Sagitti understand12:16
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Enemteei would like to install libreoffice 4.0 on ubuntu 12.04 - and i've found the correct deb-file but i have an old version installed since before. how do i uninstall the old one before installing 4.0?12:22
Enemteeas i think 4.0 is not in the ubuntu repos?12:22
ikoniadon't install from a deb file12:22
Enemteewhy is that?12:23
ikoniaand you don't know where it's come from / it's configuration12:23
ikoniait won't do dependency matching12:23
ikoniause software from ubuntu repos12:23
Enemteethe deb-file is from libreoffice official homepage12:23
MatheusOlGuys, anyone here running Ubuntu AMI on AWS? I can't manage a webserver to listen on port 80. I'm not sure if is something on the box that is blocking the connections.12:24
ikoniayes, but you don't know who built it, how it's been built, it's compatabilty with your ubuntu version, and it own't pull depedencies12:24
MatheusOlOr if is something from AWS12:24
ikoniaMatheusOl: what do you mean you can't manage it12:24
h8ingonwindowshey there guys, anyone able to help someone with fresh headaches after getting a windoze8 installed laptop12:25
MatheusOlikonia: It doesn't work at all12:25
ikoniah8ingonwindows: it's called "windows" and the channel for windows support is ##windows12:25
ikoniaMatheusOl: so what's the error/problem ?12:25
gunnneed HELP : I have 4TB drive, can not make dual UBUNTU  12.04+W7 . I think I need UEFI +GPT. But confusion is that should I make partition table using liveCD before starting windows install in EFI ?12:26
MonkeyDustMatheusOl  start from the beginning, what have you tried before you came here - in one line12:26
ikoniagunn: if you are using GPT, I advise you to make the partition table before installing, that is personal opinion12:26
h8ingonwindowsyes but im looking to run some form of linx on it and after seeing it is a little more complex to do than before the UEFI issues i thought i would try asking for advice or links to a reliable how to to follow12:26
ikoniah8ingonwindows: so what's your actual question ?12:27
gunnikonia: thanks, let me give a try now !12:27
MatheusOlWell. I'm trying to run nginx there, and on localhost I can get the response, but from outside (browser, telnet, wget) I cannot, it gives me "Connection refused...". On AWS side, I already configured "Security Groups" to accept port 80. netstat tells me that nginx IS listening on "" (which means all interfaces, not only localhost, right?)12:28
ikoniaMatheusOl: correct, so it's most likley firewall somewhere between you/host12:28
h8ingonwindowsmain question would be what is the most up to date method of getting linux onto windows 8 laptop and to save you a headache of explaining to me if there is a good guide you know of i can start from12:28
MatheusOlOne interesting thing is that "nmap" tells me that the port 80 is opened but with STATUS = closed12:28
h8ingonwindowsi have found a few methods through searching myself on google but thought before i go ahead would ask here12:29
MatheusOlikonia: Looks like it is, but I don't know how to correct it12:29
ikoniaMatheusOl: find the firewall12:29
ikoniaMatheusOl: it's not open then12:29
theadminh8ingonwindows: Just install Windows first, Ubuntu later. Ubuntu has an automatic partitioning mechanism, so just click "Install Ubuntu alongside Windows" and you're set.12:29
MatheusOlikonia: I tried enabling it all with "ufw", but didn't work12:29
ikoniah8ingonwindows: are you using secure boot ?12:29
ikoniaMatheusOl: it may not be a local firewall12:29
ikoniaMatheusOl: 1.) verify it's listening internally "telnet localhost 80"12:29
h8ingonwindowswindows is already on it (brand new acer v3 machine)12:29
ikoniaMatheusOl: 2.) start tracing the network12:30
ikoniah8ingonwindows: are you using secure boot ?12:30
calamityHey all, I've just installed ubuntu on my MacBook 9,2 and I had some issued when I attempted to use apt-get. it stopped at [waiting for headers] and no progress was made.12:30
MatheusOlikonia: 1) Checked, and it is Ok12:30
h8ingonwindowsand i am currently at the secure boot stage which is why im asking as i dont want to mess with things i dont fully understand without first learning about it12:30
ikoniah8ingonwindows: are you using secure boot ?12:30
MatheusOlikonia: 2) What is the better way to do this?12:30
ikoniaMatheusOl: it's your network - you need to work out how to best trace it12:31
h8ingonwindowsi have secure boot enabled and uefi enabled in bios at the moment yes, i checked to see12:31
MatheusOlikonia: Any clues about a good starting point?12:31
ikoniah8ingonwindows: ok, so there are various limitations and theories about circumventing secure boot - none I trust as mature yet, so the best option is to disable secureboot if possible12:31
h8ingonwindowsi was also given a link by someone that was regarding the Linux Foundation Secure Boot System Released12:31
ikoniaMatheusOl: checking your local and remote network12:31
ikoniaMatheusOl: then if they both checkout, it's something in between, in which case it's your ISP's responsibility12:32
h8ingonwindowsok well disabling secure boot is easy enough, wanted to double check is not just going to brick a brand new laptop though as you know, moneys not fun to waste12:32
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h8ingonwindowsso from what i understand from looking through many articles is disabling secure boot is the main thing i need to worry about and then learn more as i go from there12:34
flintserhow can i undo what pppoeconf did? now i have no network-applet or anythin related to it.12:34
ikoniah8ingonwindows: why is that a worry ?12:34
h8ingonwindowsok well not so much of a worry but i mean as that is the first hurdle i have to jump that windows 8 puts in the way of installing linux12:35
flintserhow can i undo what pppoeconf did? now i have no network-applet or anythin related to it. sorru if this came twice i had connection problems12:36
h8ingonwindowsikonia: i was going to use this walkthrough to go about my first attempt http://askubuntu.com/questions/221835/installing-ubuntu-on-a-pre-installed-uefi-supported-windows-8-system would you say that seems fairly reliable12:36
h8ingonwindowsthanks for answering my savagely nooby questions but i just like to learn12:36
ikoniah8ingonwindows: no, I don't trust that at all12:37
mfnJust upgraded to 12.10 and tried to find the Privacy Panel, but can't find it in System Settings (?). I've now purged unity-lens-shopping but I'm not sure where else I should look for?12:37
ikoniah8ingonwindows: but it's up to you12:37
MatheusOlHow to turn off iptables?12:38
ikoniaMatheusOl: iptables or ufw managing iptables ?12:38
h8ingonwindowsif you dont mind me asking what do you not trust about it, just that it is a user created guide?12:38
ikoniah8ingonwindows: referencing external PPA's12:38
h8ingonwindowsok thanks12:38
MatheusOlikonia: I did "ufw disable", but I'm not sure if it is enough12:39
joe60dr_willis_,   how can I check if the moudles are loaded12:39
crocketoh man.12:39
ikoniaMatheusOl: sudo iptables -L verify your rules12:39
h8ingonwindowsthis seems more legitimate but also delves into language i am not so competent in http://blog.hansenpartnership.com/linux-foundation-secure-boot-system-released/12:40
MatheusOlikonia: I'm really newbie about iptables12:40
ikoniah8ingonwindows: sorry, I'll try to re-state. There are many options, none I consider mature/stable at this time12:40
MatheusOlikonia: Would you mind taking a look?12:40
ikoniah8ingonwindows: so posting links to me, won't help as my opinion is there is not a mature solution for secure boot12:40
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h8ingonwindowsok then well thanks for taking time to reply anyway12:41
gunnikonia: I created GPT partition table, but not individual partitions for fnts and ext4. Should I create these partitions ? Or just exit the live cd and install windows7 on entire disk using EFI ?12:41
ikoniaMatheusOl: sudo iptables -F12:41
h8ingonwindowsthis kind of confirms what i was thinking in the first place12:41
ikoniano room for confusion then12:41
ikoniaMatheusOl: flush all rules12:41
MatheusOlikonia: let me try12:41
ikoniagunn: I'd create them12:41
ikoniagunn: removes any possible isues with the installer12:41
* h8ingonwindows shall go back to reading more and such12:42
h8ingonwindowsikonia: thanks for your help anyway12:42
MatheusOlikonia: agrr.... "Connection refused"12:42
MatheusOlperhaps it is not iptables' fault so12:42
gunnikonia: okay, let me create them and see what happens :)12:42
ianliuI'm using Ubuntu Precise in my laptop. I closed it, so it was suspended. Before I opened it, I pluged the VGA cable into my monitor and now Ubuntu got crazy. It is showing 4 emtpy error report windows that wont close anymore! If I close one, another pops up12:48
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Guest52773hi all, i keep getting an update run that wont install says unsafe sources12:54
t2mknany one using redshift on 12.04? i added on startup with "/usr/bin/gtk-redshift -l 21:48:83.98 -t 5500:3600 -g 0.7 -m vidmode" but it's not starting. m i doing anything wrong?12:56
larry_i keep gettingthis Requires installation of untrusted packages12:56
larry_The action would require the installation of packages from unauthenticated sources.12:56
larry_this from an update request12:57
PoolShark_oh dear god it's earl12:58
t2mknlarry_: tried "apt-get update" ?12:58
larry_nope will try it12:58
t2mknlarry_: it will refresh your update. may be that solve the issue. if not try "apt-get clean && apt-get update" but if you have added any ppt from which is not trusted then u may need to remove that ppt.12:59
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larry_says could not open locked file, might be because it is in use will try again13:00
PoolShark_I need to think of something interesting to do with a spare ubuntu VM13:01
larry_nope dosn't work ( locked filkes)13:01
t2mknlarry_: see if your gtk update gui is running or software center is. close them and try.13:01
larry_unable to lock the downloaded directory.. do i need to be using the root terminal ?13:02
larry_am using 12.04 unity13:02
t2mknnot necessary but try once13:03
larry_what is appt ?13:03
larry_what is a ppt ?13:03
awayapt means advanced packaging tool13:03
larry_message is Unable to lock directory /var/lib/apt/lists/13:04
larry_lots happening from root terminal13:05
Mqllreboot and it's will be ok13:06
t2mknlarry_: 1st make sure that there are not more than 1 instance of "apt-get" open. i.e. Ubuntu Software Center, Synaptic13:06
t2mknalso can try "sudo killall apt-get"13:06
t2mknyaya rebooking is also a good option :)13:07
larry_many thanks t2mkn  is now updating...13:07
t2mknlarry_: heppy to help :)13:07
larry_nice when it works out, took me near a month or so to install Mate..13:08
t2mkn:O a month to install!!! what???13:09
makarawhat's wrong with nautilus. I can't toggle the tree with F9, it crashes when I want it back. Anyone else?13:09
t2mknmakara: once i had, that was because i had configured Guake Terminal with F9. both the aps. got conflict. u can check if anything like that.13:11
makarat2mkn, brilliant!13:12
makaratoo many apps13:12
t2mknyaaa... thats may be a problem. something which is global is clashing with nautilus13:13
makarai see I've removed guake13:13
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KylieBrookswould like gnome classic desktop13:14
KylieBrookshow do i get it13:14
t2mknguake uses F12 by default. that happen with me because i changed that default to F9.13:15
vinfuhello all, im trying to compile a non standard package and it needs kernel headers for video4linux, where can i find the kernel headers?13:15
larry_use mate KylieBrooks13:16
vinfuand yes it needs video4linux headers13:16
KylieBrookshow do i install it larry_13:17
larry_search on the web13:17
makarawhere can I find key mappings?13:17
larry_sorry, it took me quite a while to find it a s it is not "approved" for 12.0413:17
cfhowlettmakara, settings keypad13:17
llutzvinfu: apt-get install libv4l-dev linux-headers-$(uname -r)13:18
larry_KylieBrooks, sorry, it took me quite a while to find it a s it is not "approved" for 12.0413:19
KylieBrookslarry_: http://www.noobslab.com/2012/11/install-mate-14-desktop-in-ubuntu.html13:19
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cfhowlettAttempting install of  12.4.1 in Virtualbox on a 2012 Mac Air.  ISO verified.  Wont' boot.  What the blue fog???13:19
larry_KylieBrooks,  http://www.noobslab.com/2012/11/install-mate-14-desktop-in-ubuntu.html13:20
larry_yup that is it.. follow it carefully13:21
larry_bye all, take  care and thanks for your help13:21
makaracfhowlett, i'm in 12.04. I go all settings > keyboard > shortcuts tab and I don't see any function key13:22
DeadWeaselubuntu 12.04 here.  My secondary drive SATA 500GB doesn't show until I select it in nautilus.  none of my programs see it until I navigate to it...13:26
DeadWeaseli've run into this before, but I'm not sure what the fix is.13:26
MatheusOlMy webserver is working on every ports, like 81, 82, ... but it does not work on 80 at all13:27
llutzMatheusOl: do you have something already running on port 80?13:28
MatheusOlllutz: nop13:28
MatheusOlIt is on AWS13:28
llutzMatheusOl: what error when you try to start your webserver?13:28
MatheusOlIf I use it on port 80, I can connect through localhost, but not from outside13:28
MatheusOlllutz: I don't even get the request, from telnet I get "connection refused..."13:29
llutzMatheusOl: something filtering? check iptables, check if you bound the server to all ifaces13:29
MatheusOlI did it already13:30
llutzMatheusOl: sudo lsof -i :8013:31
MatheusOlBut I'm not sure if any rule on iptables is doing this: http://pastiebin.com/?page=p&id=511642120fef913:31
drmagooDeadWeasel>  you need to add the disc to fstab so that it mounts it on boot... https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions#Systemwide_Mounts13:31
MatheusOlllutz: rinetd  4083 root    4u  IPv4  63129      0t0  TCP *:http (LISTEN)13:31
MatheusOlalso netstat: tcp        0      0    *               LISTEN      4083/rinetd13:31
MatheusOlDeadWeasel: The easiest way would copy the right line at /etc/mtab and insert on /etc/fstab13:34
DeadWeaseldrmagoo, MatheusOl thank you, i have moved the mtab line to fstab.13:41
alamihello, i have install epdfree that'S a python on my download folder,13:41
MatheusOlDeadWeasel, ok13:41
alamican i make apt-get remove python and work with the new binary of epdfree?13:41
huwoI know sudo sh executes sh as root, what does "su" refers on sudo su command?13:41
FISH_SOUPhi, how do i install software on ubuntu 12.04 desktop???13:41
FISH_SOUPsynaptic is missing?13:42
jribhuwo: "su" is a command to change users.  Without an argument, it changes to root.  Neither method you have mentioned is suggested.  If you really need a root prompt, you can use « sudo -i ».  See ubottu for more info13:42
jrib!sudo | huwo13:42
ubottuhuwo: sudo is a command to run command-line programs with superuser privileges ("root") (also see !cli). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for more information. For graphical applications see !gksu (GNOME, Xfce), or !kdesudo (KDE). If you're unable to execute commands with sudo see: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/fixsudo13:42
jrib!software | FISH_SOUP13:43
ubottuFISH_SOUP: A general introduction to the ways software can be installed, removed and managed in Ubuntu can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoftwareManagement - See also !Packages, !Equivalents13:43
huwothank you jrib13:43
jribalami: removing python will likely leave you with a fairly broken system13:44
alamijrib: i have install epdfree from source on my donwload folder, if i move it to /usr or something else it will work?13:44
alamijrib: i will  note remove it13:44
alamibut epd has more librairy13:44
jribalami: I don't know what epdfree is13:44
alamiok if i install i package fron source can i move the installation folder13:45
alamior i have to reinstall?13:45
jribalami: probably depends on how the install works. Is what you are installing not available in the repositories?13:46
alamijrib: or in other words, where i have to install a programm if i want to install it from source?13:46
alamiwich location is better13:46
alamijrib: no13:46
OerHeksi would choose /opt/ for manual installation13:46
alamiOerHeks: not /usr/bin/13:47
jribalami: scipy, numpy, ipython, matplotlib, pandas, sympy, nose, traits, and chaco python libraries are all in the repositories.  That's what http://www.enthought.com/products/epd_free.php says is in epdfree13:47
alamijrib: yes but one pacakge is better then install all those13:48
jribalami: why?13:48
alamijrib: i don't know, that was my feeling :D13:48
alamijrib: what's better? i don't know ubuntu better then you13:48
jribalami: using the repositories means you'll get updates for free so you don't have to keep managing what you've installed outside the repositories13:48
alamithanks a lot13:49
jribalami: no problem13:49
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alamijrib: and if some time i want to install something from source13:49
alamiwhere i have to install it?13:49
DeadWeaselXDG_VIDEOS_DIR="$HOME/"  -- I want to change this line to another drive /media/DATA/Videos13:50
jribalami: if you find it's not in the repositories and can't find a ppa, then, if you want to install it system-wide it's customary to use /opt or /usr/local (I use /usr/local for things with a unix-like structure and /opt for other things)13:50
DeadWeaselbut when i do, it resets... possibly because that drive wasn't mounting on boot13:50
jribDeadWeasel: how are you changing it?13:50
DeadWeaselediting ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs13:50
alamijrib: okay thanks alot13:50
DeadWeaseljrib ^13:50
alamialami: if you put something on /opt you need a symlink?13:51
jribDeadWeasel: you could workaround it by using a symlink maybe?  Or unmount the drive, and create the directory so it always exists?13:51
alamicd ..13:51
DeadWeaseli'll look into that.13:51
DeadWeaselyou mean the /media/DATA/ only exists whent he drive is mounted?13:52
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jribalami: things you install to /opt won't end up in your PATH automatically if that's what you are asking13:52
jribDeadWeasel: right.  Is that true?13:52
gunnHELP please: i messed up while installing ubuntu12.04 + W7 on my 4TB machine using GPT and EFI.13:52
alamijrib: oh yes okay but look E: Unable to locate package scipy13:53
jribalami: apt-cache search python scipy13:53
alamiso scipy is not at reposity13:53
DeadWeaseli'll play with it and reboot, see what happens.13:53
alamijrib: okay thanks13:53
jribalami: all of the python libraries are going to be python-*13:53
alamiyes very good i understand now13:54
alamijrib: i work with ubuntu a long time, but i stil don't understand file management13:54
jribalami: what do you mean? Installing with packages?  Or with files on your filesystem?13:55
alamiyes the filesystem is not clear for meso ( opt usr var ..)13:56
jrib!fhs | alami13:56
ubottualami: An explanation of how files and directories are organized on Ubuntu, and how they can be manipulated, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LinuxFilesystemTreeOverview  see also: man hier13:56
alamijrib: last question, there is python and python3, wich one i have to use?13:57
jribalami: python is python2.  Depends if you want to use python2 or python3.13:57
alamijrib: okay thanks a lot13:58
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tux__BCM4313 wifi is really slow, 12.1014:04
tux__any ideas?14:04
HamtechpersonWhat's the best way to handle .jar  files?14:10
PhryqHamtechperson, take out the cookies14:14
Phryqthen blame someone else14:15
DeadWeaselis it possible to route a single program through my VPN?14:19
DeadWeaseland leave the rest normal?14:19
reallifehensonHow can I start the ubuntu one control panel from a terminal? I'm just running OpenBox14:22
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BluesKajHiyas all14:28
KrisBHello - where to find System -> Preferences -> Desktop Effects and click 'Enable Desktop Effects' in new Ubuntu?14:35
marahinKrisB, Ubuntu Dashboard -> type "system"14:36
KrisBmarahim: yea, in the window, i neither can find preference nor desktop efects14:38
gunnhow to update BIOS to UEFI ?14:39
llutzgunn: ask the board-manufacturer14:40
ikoniagunn: they are totally different technologies14:40
darkprinceHello, On booting my computet it gives me a "hd0 out of disk error" then boots into busybox. Any ideas to what I can do other than using a disk to format/recover it?14:42
LantzRHiya. Looking for feedback on my comment #3 to Bug #1119832.14:42
ubottubug 1119832 in nautilus (Ubuntu) "After creating a blank txt file in ~/Templates there are 2 "Empty Document" options in context menu" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/111983214:42
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nihil_2013My system monitor calls my swap unavailable. My fstab has a listing for swap commented outand a listing for /dev/mapper/cryptswap1 present. Is my swap not working?14:45
darkprinceHello, On booting my computet it gives me a "hd0 out of disk error" then boots into busybox. Any ideas to what I can do other than using a disk to format/recover it14:46
Guest83856Hi! I am trying to install ubuntu server 12.04 with RAID1 configured.14:49
Guest83856When I select the bootable flag to set it to on it is not changing to on.14:49
Guest83856It still shows as off14:49
hapsterany news on optimus support for 13.04?14:49
Guest83856can any one help me with this.14:50
MonkeyDustGuest83856  #ubuntu-server14:52
baddayanybody some idea what is wrong with the permissions etc., when the vncserver has the following log? http://pastebin.com/fzs546As  I start it as a normal user, must I add some group?14:53
morph3kdoes anyone know if ubuntu will automatically detect bluetooth14:56
gunnikonia & llutz : what should I do now, its been 24 hours I am sitting with this PC trying to make it W7 + ubuntu 12.04 dual boot.15:00
marsfligthPlease, using ''rsync'' how can I list only modified/copied files into terminal? (not in log file). Thanks15:01
compdocmarsfligth, I use --progress15:02
llutzgunn: so you have a gpt-disk but want to boot using bios?15:04
MonkeyDustmorph3k  it does15:05
morph3kMonkeyDust: i dont have to do anything?15:05
woosteam is almost to their 100'th linux game !15:05
morph3kbc my keyboard/mouse are both bluetooth15:05
rockywhere i can download force quit?15:05
MonkeyDustmorph3k  maybe, just maybe, install blueman (bluetooth manager)15:06
morph3kbleh see that'll be a problem15:06
morph3ki cant get to terminal15:06
rockywhere i can download force quit?15:06
woorocky: what do you mean?15:06
morph3kif it doesnt recognize my mouth or keyboard15:06
woorocky: for me force quit is a pop up15:07
rockywoo, it's an application to kill non-responding application15:07
woorocky: I do that with term15:07
rockywoo, prevents hanging of ubuntu15:07
MonkeyDustmorph3k  use a normal keyboard first, then try bluetooth15:07
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/UsingTheTerminal15:07
morph3kdont have any thats the problem MonkeyDust :P15:07
rockywoo, is term there in ubuntu softwares?15:07
woorocky: sorry terminal15:07
woorocky: do you use htop?15:08
rockywoo, if application is hanging, then u do not get opportunity to use terminal15:08
woorocky: ctrl+alt+f115:08
rockywoo, what is htop?15:08
woorocky: you can get htop from the ubuntu software center.  If your programs hang up your desktop you can use one of the tty1-6 to propt a terminal session.  Using htop you can find and stop processes on the machine.15:09
woo!tty | rocky15:10
ubotturocky: To get to the TTY terminals 1-6, use the keystroke ctrl + alt + F1-F6 respectively (Alt+F7 will get you back to your graphical login).  To change the resolution for your TTY, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ChangeTTYResolution15:10
darkprinceHello, On booting my computet it gives me a "hd0 out of disk error" then boots into busybox. Any ideas to what I can do other than using a disk to format/recover it15:10
petergkhello there15:11
KrisBI can't find "System -> Preferences -> Desktop Effects and click 'Enable Desktop Effects'" anywhere in new ubuntu15:11
wooKrisB: ur talking about 12.04?15:11
rockywoo, i am installing htop now15:11
wooKrisB: ya compiz controller isnt default15:11
KrisBwoo: I installed it with  "sudo apt-get install compiz compizconfig-settings-manager"15:12
wooKrisB: I got it to work then dr_willis had to help me fix it15:12
wooKrisB: didn't make an icon in ur applications?15:13
darkprinceAm I safe to assume that no one has any ideas on this one?15:13
KrisBwoo: I got it, but I don't know how to enable compiz15:13
wooKrisB: oh and thru experience with 12.04 dont use apt-get unless you have to15:13
KrisBwoo - what to use then?15:14
wooKrisB: I would use ubuntu software center for all ur compiz stuff15:14
MonkeyDustwoo  what's wrong with apt-get?15:14
wooMonkeyDust: I suck at it15:14
wooI never get all dependancies or I fail at applying them15:14
zykotick9KrisB: there's nothing wrong with apt-get... you got bad advice there.15:15
woozykotick9: apt-get is awesome but I suck at it15:15
zykotick9woo: just because "you" are bad at something, does not me everyone is...15:15
KrisBzykotick9: For UbuntuGo to System -> Preferences -> Desktop Effects and click 'Enable Desktop Effects'. I wanna enable compiz, but I can't find it.15:16
rockywoo, thanks very much15:16
zykotick9KrisB: ahhh, are you using unity?  it's a compiz plugin.15:16
HaliteHello - I've decided that I want to install Ubuntu on my computer. I'm downloading an ISO.15:17
woorocky: your welcome.15:17
HaliteHow do I use the ISO15:17
jcabo_darkprince: look at this thread, it might help with 'hd0 out of disk' : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=1166201415:17
KrisBzykotick9, if it is a compiz's plugin - why did i need to install compiz ten?15:17
zykotick9KrisB: i doubt you did...15:17
jcabo_darkprince: the thread says that with the following, it may boot. After that, you must regenerate grub: grub rescue> set prefix=(hd0,msdos3)/boot/grub15:18
MonkeyDustKrisB  it's installed by default, unity uses it15:18
jcabo_grub rescue> insmod normal15:18
jcabo_grub rescue> normal15:18
wooHalite: ISO's can be burned to disk as an image, or you can install them to a flash drive using unetbootin.15:18
Haliteanyone here15:18
zykotick9KrisB: honestly though, i have no idea how modern compiz works on ubuntu.  good luck.15:18
Halitewoo: Should I use the MSI instead15:18
wooHalite: I dont know what MSI is15:18
MonkeyDustHalite  depends on what you want to do15:18
zykotick9KrisB: also, be aware that CCSM can break unity.  use with caution.15:19
KrisBzykotick9  - i installed with "sudo apt-get install compiz compizconfig-settings-manager", but if unity is compiz's plugin, why to install compiz, it should be installed by default. a plugin can't work without *main program*.15:19
DeadWeaselhow do I get information about my wireless drivers?15:19
DeadWeaseli'm getting some pretty srs packet loss15:19
wooDeadWeasel: iwconfig15:19
rockyhow do i install themes in ubuntu 12.04, in old ubuntu's it was very simple?15:20
ctmjrHalite: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/help/install-desktop-latest might help you15:20
MonkeyDustKrisB  you're seeing it wrong, compiz is installed, its control panel isnt15:20
DeadWeaselTx excessive retries:1452  Invalid misc:1027   Missed beacon:015:21
DeadWeaselwhat does that mean?15:21
KrisBMoneyDust - so it's compizconfig-settings-manager to install, not compiz. right15:21
DeadWeaselexcessive retries?15:21
astiamis there anyone familiar with PyGtk?15:21
morph3krocky: are u using unity?15:21
MonkeyDustKrisB  correct15:21
woo!pastebin | DeadWeasel15:21
ubottuDeadWeasel: 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.15:21
darkprincejcabo_ I dont seem to be flung to grub rescue, I just go straight to Busybox15:21
HaliteI decided to download Wubi (Windows installer for Ubuntu)15:21
HaliteI just downloaded it15:22
Halitenow, what do I do with it15:22
ubottupastebinit is the command-line equivalent of !pastebin - Command output, or other text can be redirected to pastebinit, which then reports an URL containing the output - To use pastebinit, install the « pastebinit » package from a package manager - Simple usage: command | pastebinit -b http://paste.ubuntu.com15:22
zykotick9Halite: if you are familiar with virtualbox, personally i'd use that over wubi... YMMV15:22
fego!wubi | Halite15:22
ubottuHalite: Wubi is an Ubuntu installer for Windows users that allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu like a Windows application, in a simple and safe way. http://wubi-installer.org/support.php and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WubiGuide for troubleshooting. Please  file bugs at http://launchpad.net/wubi/+filebug. For Ubuntu Oneiric/11.10 http://releases.ubuntu.com/oneiric/wubi.exe15:22
rockymorph3k, i disabled unity using gnome classic, unity too heavy for my amd turion laptop15:23
HaliteI am not experienced with .iso files15:23
HaliteDo I just run the installer noow15:23
DeadWeaselmy ping, ifconfig and iwconfig15:23
KrisBMoneyDust ; hm, it's getting confusing. I thought Unity was shell interface, not plugin of something...15:23
BluesKajHalite, ignore it :)15:23
MonkeyDustHalite  wubi is a limited pseudo-installation15:23
morph3krocky: u tried Xfce?15:23
morph3kit's REALLY nice15:23
jcabo_DeadWeasel: can you run 'df -h /' to see how much available space you have? May be the disk is full15:23
woo!ISO | Halite15:23
ubottuHalite: To mount an ISO disc image, type « sudo mount -o loop <ISO-filename> <mountpoint> » - There is a list of useful cd image conversion tools at http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/CD_Image_Conversion - Always verify the ISO using !MD5 before !burning.15:23
rockymorph3k, never heard of it, let me c in software center15:24
morph3krocky: www.xubuntu.com15:24
morph3kin software center search for xfce15:24
morph3ku can install it on an already installed linux15:24
morph3kor u can ust do a fresh install of ubuntu with xfce or cinnamon15:24
MonkeyDust!u | morph3k15:24
ubottumorph3k: U is the 21st letter of the modern latin alphabet. Neither 'U' nor 'Ur' are words in the English language. Neither are 'R', 'Y', 'l8', 'ryt',  'Ne1' nor 'Bcuz'. Mangled English is hard for non-native English speakers. Please see http://geekosophical.net/random/abbreviations/ for more information.15:24
jcabo_sorry, this was meant to darkprince:15:24
DeadWeaselhighest use is 44%15:24
darkprinceSo I suppose I need to get to grub rescue then, can anyone tell me how to do that?15:24
jcabo_darkprince: can you run 'df -h /' to see how much available space you have? May be the disk is full15:24
DeadWeaselon /dev/sda115:24
fegoHalite: please refer https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WubiGuide15:25
rockymorph3k, i don't see xfce in software center,15:25
morph3krocky: http://www.linuxmint.com/download.php15:25
morph3kcan try that too15:25
morph3kcinnamon is open15:25
morph3krocky: open up terminal and type sudo apt-get install xfce415:25
DeadWeaseljcabo_: 44% used on /dev/sda1, the rest are under 10%15:26
ubottuHelp with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx15:26
rockymorph3k, doing from terminal now15:26
jcabo_DeadWeasel: sorry it was meant for darkprince, who has a 'hd0 out of disk error'15:26
DeadWeaselno worries15:26
morph3krocky: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/xfce15:26
morph3ki was wrong15:26
morph3kits called xubuntu-desktop15:26
wooDeadWeasel: you get ur wifi stuff fixed?15:26
morph3kread that guide15:27
DeadWeaselrandom packet loss, still investigating online.  looking to see if ALFA wireless has any known issues15:27
DeadWeaselusing realtek drivers builtin15:27
ahmedipaproblem : low disk space15:27
ahmedipaHow can I solve it15:27
zykotick9DeadWeasel: 'out of disk' is a grub error you're getting right?  is this an old system?  that usually meant grub couldn't boot the kernel, because it was "too far" into the disk - was a cause of some /boot partitions being created at beginning of disks.  but i wouldn't think it's common anymore?15:28
darkprincejcabo_ : Invalid option -- "h"15:28
DeadWeaselzykotick9: redirect to darkprince15:28
jcabo_darkprince: ok, try without -h (-h is for displaying in human readable instead of just bytes)15:28
zykotick9darkprince: see above.  DeadWeasel sorry.15:28
rockymorph3k, what's special about xfce15:28
morph3kits light weight15:28
morph3kand looks REALLY nice15:29
morph3kits my favorite15:29
KrisBSo yea, again - what is Unity? Plugin or interface?15:29
morph3kgnome used to be but they have really messed up15:29
rockymorph3k, has it all themes15:29
darkprincef: /: can't find mount point15:29
morph3kso now its xfce>cinnamon>kde15:29
DeadWeaselhow to identify drivers in use for wifi?15:29
morph3krocky: i am sure it does go to the xfce website15:29
rockymorph3k, Warning: having Xfce and Gnome together means you'll have cluttered application menus full of Xfce applications and Gnome applications.15:29
morph3ku can remove gnome ^_^15:30
darkprinceI'm on a phone btw, for ovious reasons.15:30
DshoeAnyone know of a tool on Linux that'll backup my entire hard drive including the Windows partition?15:30
ahmedipadoes anybody has an idea about this problem15:30
woo!drivers | woo15:30
morph3kwhat problem ahmedipa15:30
woo! drivers | woo15:30
ahmedipamorph3k: low disk space15:30
larsti've a question15:30
KrisBand yea, how unity differs from gnome in contest unity is compiz plugin?15:30
woo! question | larst15:30
ubottularst: 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 !patience15:30
DeadWeaselhow to identify drivers in use for wifi?15:31
DeadWeasel!drivers didn't work15:31
jcabo_darkprince: try booting with a live CD or live USB, and once there, try to regenerate grub15:31
ubottuDeadWeasel: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)15:31
larstshould i pick 12.10 or 12.04 for my PC (desktop usage)15:31
KrisBwhich is top level compiz, unity or gnome?15:31
MonkeyDustlarst  depends on how long you want support15:31
wooDeadWeasel: dud you look at additional drivers?15:31
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/15:31
jcabo_darkprince: at least with a live CD you can see your files and back them up.15:31
zykotick9KrisB: gnome->compiz->unity15:31
larstMonkeyDust: well the problem is, my PC need at least Linux 3.515:31
DeadWeaselwoo: o dodm15:31
larstMonkeyDust: but i prefer 12.0415:31
DeadWeaselwoo:  i did now15:31
woolarst: 12.10 is newer.  12.04 is LTS15:32
DeadWeaselonly my AMD is listed woo15:32
larstI need at least linux 3.5 but i want 12.0415:32
KrisBzykotick9 and how about lightdm?..15:32
darkprincejcabo_: That was my first thought but I wont have one handy till tomorrow15:32
bruvikanyone know how to install the /debian/* files in a source tree properly?15:32
HaliteI have an AMD computer too15:32
zykotick9DeadWeasel: if you run "lspci -vnvn" find your wireless and the "Kernel driver in use" line under it.15:32
DeadWeaselso I'm using the builtin realtek drivers15:32
morph3kahmedipa: try sudo aptitude clean15:32
woolarst: y u need 3.5? if you dont mind my asking?15:32
larstwoo i have ivy bridge15:32
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woolarst: ya im 3.2 in 12.04 just updated15:33
MonkeyDustwoo  don't say 'y' and 'u' please, it's very disturbing, speak properly15:33
DeadWeaselzykotick9: r816915:33
woosorry MonkeyDust15:33
zykotick9KrisB: lightdm is a DM not a DE/WM15:33
bruvikI compiled some source code and installed it but I never understood how to properly install the files in the /debian directory within the source15:33
larstwoo: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-video-intel/+bug/99318715:33
ubottuUbuntu bug 993187 in linux (Ubuntu Precise) "ubuntu 12.04 completely freezes frequently." [Critical,Won't fix]15:33
morph3kahmedipa: try also sudo aptitude safe-update15:33
jcabo_darkprince: if '/' isn't mounted, and grub is inaccessible, then there isn't much you can do. You'll have to wait till you have a live CD15:34
morph3khighlight me if its still a problem ahmedipa15:34
woolarst: what am I looking at?15:34
ahmedipamorph3k:  only this command or there is anything ealse15:34
larsti've a problem with 12.04 somebody who can help?15:34
KrisBzykotick9: Compiz, LightDM, Gnome, Unity. Which off these are installed by default in the newest version of Ubuntu?15:34
bruvikdo I need to build a deb package in order to use the /debian/* files inside the source directory?15:34
zykotick9KrisB: all of the above ;)15:35
morph3ki gave you 3 ahmedipa15:35
morph3kwhat errors are u getting anyway15:35
ahmedipa morph3k: because I use guest instead of my user I can't log in I need to reboot15:35
larsti've a problem with 12.04 somebody who can help?15:35
darkprincejcabo_: I thought as much thanks for your help though15:35
morph3kwhy do you use guest15:35
jcabo_darkprince: you're welcoem15:36
KrisBzykotick9: but well I open compiz manager, Unity plug in is disable. so how I see the display then at all?15:36
zykotick9KrisB: those aren't mutually exclusive things.  compiz = eyecandy, lightdm = DM, Gnome = DE, Unity = shell of de15:36
morph3kalso just type logout in terminal u dont have to reboot15:36
woolarst: can you try the 32 bit?15:36
larstwoo no15:36
ahmedipa morph3k: thank you brother15:36
woolarst: may be you can install kubuntu?15:36
morph3kur welcome ahmedipa15:36
zykotick9KrisB: to change de/wm, log out and select the alternative at the login screen15:36
larstwoo:  please stop15:37
woolarst: truth is if its a graphics issue I need alot more information about the hardware15:37
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woolarst: may be you could put a lshw output on ur bug description15:38
KrisBzykotick9.. I just don't understand, what effects what.... and terms DE, DM, Shell of DE doesnt make any sense to me even I know when they mean.15:38
zykotick9KrisB: dm is the login selector, de is the entire "desktop applications set", unity is a "theme" for gnome basically - that happens to use compiz.15:39
war59312someone please help with my kernel panic... see: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=12500489#post1250048915:39
morph3kwookey: open terminal and type htop15:40
morph3kor top15:40
aleksandarhey guys, I'm trying to configure a c header file, and I'm wondering what is the key value for escape? I tried XK_Escape but doesn't work15:40
ubottuDo not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth... there is no root password. Then you will see that it is 'sudo' that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo15:40
morph3ktry this15:41
woowar59312: sudo chroot /mnt/sys .is my only guess15:41
KrisBzykotick9: so why the desktop view turns off if I disable LightDM if I have already logged in.15:41
morph3ksudo apt-get install -reinstalll --fix-missing linux-image-3.5.0-22-generic15:41
zykotick9KrisB: sorry "does not compute".  i'm not sure what you mean by that.15:42
Bot2Help/Hi all!15:42
morph3kactually you can change root password ubottu :P15:42
woowar59312: says on the forum you used "sudo chroot /mnt"  does that work to chroot on mounted directorys? or is that just the mnt directiory?15:43
llutzmorph3k: but that is neither needed nor supported here15:43
morph3kwhat is llutz15:44
KrisBzykotick9. If I run "sudo service lightdm stop", I only see command line. but you said that dm is the login selector. but why the desktop would turn off of the login selector stop. I already logged in,.15:44
dustin__just for curiosity, where can I find an official list of "what's supported here"?15:44
war59312woo when i try it on /mnt/sys i get chroot: failed to run command `/bin/bash': No such file or directory15:44
zykotick9KrisB: lightdm starts Xorg (which you haven't mentioned yet, but is behind everything GUI)15:44
morph3kKrisB: type startx15:44
war59312and yes that works to chroot mounted directory15:44
morph3kor start xterm15:44
war59312morph3k, yes ?15:45
Nathasarhi y'all15:45
KrisBmorph3k - should I type it now in Terminal?15:45
woodid u check out what morph3k said about "sudo apt-get install -reinstalll --fix-missing  linux-image-3.5.0-22-generic15:45
KrisBmorph3k - X: user not authorized to run the X server, aborting.15:45
morph3ksudo startx15:46
morph3kor sudo start xterm15:46
NathasarI mistakenly uninstalled network-manager when I tried to get my Netgear MA111 usb adapter working using ndiswrapper, and now neither of them work. how do I troubleshoot it?15:46
morph3kforget which one it is15:46
zykotick9KrisB: don't do what morph3k is telling you15:46
KrisBzykotick9: okay.15:46
morph3kzykotick9: his x is down15:46
morph3khe needs to start it15:46
morph3kto have a GUI15:46
morph3kwtf are u talking about15:46
war59312woo and morph3k, that command results in: E: Internal Error, No file name for linux-image-3.5.0-22-generic:amd6415:46
morph3kwar59312: then that is not there15:46
zykotick9KrisB: "sudo service lightdm start" to restart Xorg15:46
morph3khe doesnt want lightdm i thought?15:47
war59312morph3k: ok15:47
woomorph3k: is that " -reinstalll or -reinstall?15:47
zykotick9KrisB: "startx" _should_ work.  but don't use sudo with it!15:47
war59312woo its --reinstall15:47
morph3kzykotick9: he doesnt have the permissions to do it otherwise15:48
KrisBzykotick9: nah, now it's fine, i just trying figure everything out. Honestly, right now, i want to make compiz effects work.15:48
llutzKrisB: " grep allowed_users /etc/X11/Xwrapper.config "15:48
morph3khe needs to sudo and chown it15:48
morph3kor that15:48
llutzmorph3k: he doesnt15:48
morph3kwhat i told him to do would not have broke anything15:48
morph3kbut yeah changing the config is better15:48
jcabo_Nathasar: you'll have to download the network-manager package from launchpad15:48
wooso is it -reinstall or --reinstall?15:48
morph3ki think just -reinstall15:48
war59312morph3k: Command line option 'r' [from -reinstall] is not known.15:49
war59312so its two dashes15:49
zykotick9morph3k: trying to run xorg with sudo is bound to lead to issues... it's bad advice.  KrisB15:49
morph3kwar59312: http://askubuntu.com/questions/119080/how-to-update-kernel-to-the-latest-mainline-version-without-any-distro-upgrade15:49
jcabo_Nathasar: download the .deb files for your system from https://launchpad.net/~network-manager/+archive/ppa15:49
morph3kdid u tr this15:49
morph3koh really zykotick915:49
morph3kcos i just did it15:49
lerschHello. What does a X in a file icon means?15:50
jcabo_Nathasar: and install them using 'dpkg -i <nameOf.deb>'15:50
war59312morph3k: ok checking that link out, thanks15:50
escottwar59312, --word -c -h -a -r -a -c -t -e -r -s15:50
bazhangmorph3k, its bad advice. lets move on15:50
woolersch: root lock15:50
morph3kit was not the best advice15:50
war59312escott: what ?15:50
morph3kbut it wasnt bad enough advice to break anything15:50
morph3kcan we agree to that and move on?15:50
lerschit means only root has access to it?15:50
morph3kur making it sound like i was giving him advice that was going to mess him up15:50
woolersch: right15:50
KrisBzykotick9 - i dont want to play with xorg (x server, same thing right?). but what does it do anyways?15:50
bazhangmorph3k, just move on15:50
morph3kKrisB: GUI15:50
morph3kits what your GUI runs off of15:50
escottwar59312, -- before a word argument like "reinstall" - before indiviual characters like -r -e -i -n -s -t -a -l -l15:50
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woo! chmod | lersch15:51
ubottulersch: An explanation of what file permissions are and how they can be manipulated can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions15:51
zykotick9KrisB: ya, Xorg is the GUI.  that everything runs on.15:51
escottwar59312, with one dash it thought you meant 9 individual character arguments not one big argument15:51
morph3klersch: use chown not chmod15:51
lerschI create this file using open(). My application does not have sudo rights. Why is the file root locked?15:51
morph3kchown -R folder username:username15:51
morph3kur username15:51
morph3krather chown -R folder username:username rather15:52
morph3kwait wait15:52
morph3kdont type that15:52
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morph3klet me figure out what ur trying to change first15:52
KrisBzybotick9 - where to but X server and GUI in this context that you wrote : "KrisB: dm is the login selector, de is the entire "desktop applications set", unity is a "theme" for gnome basically - that happens to use compiz."?15:52
KrisBto put*15:52
zykotick9escott: one dash, means each character after _should_ be an individual switch, double dash expect a word as switch.  some programs don't follow this convention :(15:52
zykotick9!tab > KrisB15:52
ubottuKrisB, please see my private message15:52
morph3kok lersch chmod it to 75515:52
woomorph3k: y?15:53
lerschI create a file using open(). If the file does not exist, it is created. But when I try to open it when it already exists, I get EACCES error.15:53
morph3kahmedipa: did u get it?15:53
morph3kso you can edit it15:53
woojust chmod +x file?15:53
morph3kjsut chmod it to 77715:53
morph3kthen change it back down to 75515:53
lerschWhy is it created with such rights?15:53
woomorph3k thats not good advice15:53
morph3k777 will let anyone edit it15:53
morph3kas long as u change it back when ur done ur ok15:53
morph3kjust dont leave it at 77715:53
zykotick9KrisB: DM -> (starts Xorg) -> DM runs -> DE -> Unity (compiz runs when Xorg starts)15:54
llutzmorph3k: why would you chmod it 777 then at all?15:54
morph3kto edit it15:54
woolersch: how did you generate the file?15:54
jcabo_lersch: did you close the first handle before trying open() again?15:54
lerschopen() in a C application15:54
llutzmorph3k: you don't know what you're talking about, please read about permissions15:54
zykotick9llutz: +115:54
jcabo_lersch: and the application is closed when you try to open later?15:55
morph3klersch: do you not have sudo15:55
morph3kuh yeah i do15:55
recon_laplersch: use 'ls -l filename' to see the full file description15:55
llutzmorph3k: a hint: if you can chmod 777 a file, you already can edit it15:55
morph3krofl that went right past me15:55
NathasarI still have no internet access, and my terminal freezes whenever I do a iwconfig or ifconfig.15:55
morph3kthey are right15:55
FloodBot1morph3k: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.15:55
KrisBzykotick9: I still don't know how to use <tab>, sorry. :)15:55
lerschjcabo_, yes, the application is closed when I try to open it later.15:55
morph3kjust enable sudo lersch15:55
lerschmorph3k, I do not have sudo15:55
zykotick9KrisB: in irc type "zyk<TAB>" and it should autocomplete my nick.  if multiple zyk's exist, use tab more then once.15:56
jcabo_lersch: can you show us the arguments to open() when you create it?15:56
bruvikwhen using the 'free' command is the -/+ buffers/cache the one I look at for the actual free memory?15:56
morph3kenable it lersch15:56
wooahhhhh morph3k you would have been an accesory to a crime if lersch accidently broke into a pc15:56
llutzbruvik: yes15:56
MonkeyDustlersch  sudo is installed by default, did you uninstall it for some reason?15:56
KrisBzykotick9, thank you.15:56
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aleksandarI'm having issues binding escape in a c header config file..15:57
lerschopen(buffer, O_RDWR | O_CREATE | O_DIRECT)15:57
lerschthis is the file permissions: ---------x15:57
morph3klersch: you need to enable or redownload sudo15:57
aleksandarXK_Escape doesn't seem to register ESC but another key15:57
woomorph3k: if u dont have sudo then that means ur just a user not an admin15:58
lerschI do not have sudo rights, this is what I meant.15:58
morph3kyes i know15:58
morph3kyea lersch give them to urself15:58
recon_laplersch: and the files owner and group?15:58
morph3kdo you know ur root password?15:58
lerschrecon_lap, what do you mean?15:58
IdleOneUbuntu has no root password15:58
bazhangmorph3k, there is none15:58
morph3ki have one on mine ^_^15:58
morph3klersch: what happens if you type su in terminal15:59
IdleOnemorph3k: because you enabled it15:59
zykotick9!noroot | morph3k15:59
ubottumorph3k: We do not support setting a root password. You're free to do it on your own machine, but please don't offer instructions on how to set a root password or ask for help with setting it. See !root and !wfm for more information.15:59
wooI gave my root a passwd then subverted it then made a user w/no gid. :)15:59
bazhangmorph3k, please dont recommend that here, it's completely unneeded15:59
jm-i ste my root passwd on accident.15:59
morph3kyea i know IdleOne i thought it was normal15:59
jcabo_lersch: problem solved, look into 'man 2 open', in the O_CREAT  section, there are your access modes15:59
ubottuCommon Sense: Just because you can, does not mean you should (and especially recommend to others). Think before you do. "Works for me" does not mean it is ok. The latest version of everything is not always useful if you aim for stability. Please see http://geekosophical.net/random/worksforme/15:59
morph3krecommend what bazhang15:59
recon_laplersch: an example ----rwxrwx   1 joe        users           29 Mar 22 19:39 somefile15:59
bazhangmorph3k, enabling the root password. Just Don't.15:59
KrisBzykotick9 - and if LightDM doesnt run (I set "GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="text"") then xorg (which is the GUI) doesn't run either, until I "service lightdm start"?16:00
IdleOnebazhang: he didn't from what i see.16:00
morph3ki feel safer with a root pw but whatever16:00
recon_laplersch: and do you know your password? or do you login automatically?16:00
morph3kand all i said was that u can have a root password16:00
zykotick9KrisB: correct, that GRUB=text mean "boot to text mode"16:00
jcabo_lersch: use open(buffer, O_RDWR | O_CREATE | O_DIRECT, S_IRWXU)16:01
lerschI am a normal user. I have a login and a password, but no sudo rights.16:01
morph3klersch: whats it say when u type su into terminal16:01
morph3krather what does it do16:01
MonkeyDustlersch  if you can login, you can use sudo16:01
woobazhang: in a senairo where you have users from all over the world in a cafe using ubuntu.  if one of the users hits the power button then uses grub to enter recovery mode you are not prompted for a password.  The file system is read only but you are still exposed.  How then w/out a root password can I protect my pc?16:01
morph3kMonkeyDust: hes not on sudoers list16:01
morph3kthats what im tryin gto get him on16:01
jcabo_lersch: also, maybe the 'umask' is wrong somehow. It controls the permission bits of new files16:01
zykotick9lersch: you should be VERY careful with what morph3k is telling you... WARNING16:01
morph3kzykotick9: enabling sudo?16:02
jcabo_lersch, look also into 'man umask'.16:02
morph3kreally zykotick9?16:02
morph3kwhy the fuck would u not want sudo enabled16:02
bazhangmorph3k, no cursing here16:02
KrisBzykotick9, "unity is a "theme" for gnome basically - that happens to use compiz." if we had another "theme", so it's possible that it would run without compiz?16:02
bazhangKrisB, its a shell, not a theme16:02
morph3kcant cuss16:03
morph3kdidnt know this16:03
zykotick9KrisB: i but "theme" in quotes, because as bazhang just pointed out - it's really a "shell"16:03
IdleOnemorph3k: That is the only warning you will get. I trust you read the !guidelines16:03
morph3kzykotick9: why do u think enabling sudo is bad16:03
morph3kim about to IdleOne16:03
lerschjcabo_, setting S_IRWXU solved my problem. Thank you very much. :)16:03
jcabo_lersch:  :-) you're welcome man16:03
SwashBucklahas anyone here gotten iTunes to run successfully on Ubuntu?16:03
zykotick9morph3k: i don't but you need to boot to recovery mode to add user to sudo group.  lersch16:04
woomorph3k: we can go to hollywood irc in # political can cuss all we want :)16:04
morph3kno u dont zykotick916:04
SwashBuckla(iTunes on Ubuntu through WINE, playOnLinux, whatever)16:04
morph3ktype su then visudoers16:04
zykotick9morph3k: su.... good heavens.16:04
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morph3kthats how he adds himself to the sudoers list16:04
zykotick9morph3k: without sudo rights, that's not going to help16:04
morph3kstop acting like using root is evil16:04
morph3khe uses su, adds himself to sudoers file16:05
morph3kthen he has sudo rights16:05
IdleOnemorph3k: Enough. Please drop it now.16:05
MonkeyDustSwashBuckla  http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/itunes16:05
morph3kIdleOne: im sorry but my advice is solid. these guys are tryin gto get this guy to fix something really simple with a lot of more complex things to do16:05
BluesKajmorph3k, it's sudo visudo16:05
morph3knot if you type su first BluesKaj16:05
KrisBzykotick9,  wikipedia writes "desktop shells, such as: Enlightenment DR17, Cinnamon, Beryl/Compiz, Unity" so Unit is a shell, but Compiz isn't. or they both are shells to use somehow?16:06
zeddacushi there16:06
zeddacusall you good people16:06
BluesKajmore bad advice ...this sin't debian16:06
IdleOnemorph3k: There is the recommended Ubuntu way, and there is the Works For Me way. We use the Ubuntu way in this channel.16:06
SwashBucklaMonkeyDust: my iPod _requires_ resetting with iTunes.16:06
woomorph3k: did I call you out on ur -installl?  be careful what you type.16:06
morph3klink me IdleOne?16:06
zeddacuswhat are the three top alternatives to etherape ?16:06
morph3kyes woo u did16:06
crackhappy new year.16:06
SwashBucklaMonkeyDust: if you know of a way of doing this without running the program iTunes, please let me know16:06
morph3kbut what i just typed regarding sudo was correct16:06
SwashBucklacrack: you too16:07
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IdleOnemorph3k: Stop please.16:07
zeddacushappy new year ( chinese )16:07
zykotick9KrisB: compiz isn't really a "shell" by itself, you typically run somehting else, and compiz on-top of it.16:07
zeddacuswhat are the three top alternatives to etherape ?16:07
woozeddacus: year of the snake?16:07
morph3ki am IdleOne i was just asking if u could show me a link to the ubuntu way16:07
IdleOne!best | zeddacus16:07
ubottuzeddacus: Usually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose, depending on your preferences, features you require, and other factors. Do NOT take polls in the channel. If you insist on getting people's opinions, ask BestBot in #ubuntu-bots.16:07
woozeddacus: iptraf16:07
war59312morph3k: that did not work either.. :( see my latest edit at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=12500489#post12500489 please16:07
MonkeyDustSwashBuckla  i do not have itunes myself, i'm sure someone else can help better, put your issue in one line and repeat every 15 minutes or so16:08
zeddacusi have iptraf, but it does not show the deeper network ( connections within my lan going in and out, maybe i am using it wrong ?16:08
war59312escott: thanks, got it..16:08
woozeddacus: wireshark16:08
morph3kwar59312: use the -d flag16:08
SwashBucklaMonkeyDust: lol ok16:08
morph3kthen try it again16:08
crackSwashBuckla, thanks16:09
IdleOnemorph3k: This is the proper way of fixing sudo http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/fixsudo16:09
woozeddacus: you can use interface any16:09
woozeddacus: restatement. With iptraf you can use interface any.16:09
crackzeddacus, happy new year16:10
crackzeddacus, Yes, the year of the snake16:10
bazhang!ot | crack16:10
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fox__can you spike arabek16:10
ubottuLa comunidad local de Argentina se puede encontrar en #ubuntu-ar y en su canal de offtopic: #ubuntu-ar-cafe16:11
jcabo_zeddacus: look into 'jnettop' too16:11
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crackubottu, ok,i konw ..16:11
ubottucrack: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)16:11
morph3kIdleOne: can i PM you?16:11
bazhangcrack so chat elsewhere if you know16:11
IdleOnemorph3k: if you need to16:11
war59312morph3k: dpkg: error: unknown option -d16:12
crackbazhang, Yeah, I will.16:12
morph3kwar59312: -d should be the debug flag16:12
morph3klet me check the manual16:12
zeddacusis there an easy way to get java running ( wich you need for that )16:12
KrisBzykotick9, okay, so Xorg = DE = Gnome?16:12
war59312morph3k: must be in cap.. then i get: dpkg: error: --debug requires a positive octal argument16:13
zykotick9KrisB: they aren't equals.  but Xorg -> DM -> DE = Gnome16:13
JudithGood afternoon.16:13
SwashBuckla(how do you iTunes on Ubuntu through WINE, playOnLinux, whatever)16:13
JudithWhat is adult novelty?16:13
SwashBucklahow do you iTunes on Ubuntu through WINE, playOnLinux, whatever?16:13
FloodBot1fox__: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.16:13
zeddacushmm, umit network scanner ?16:13
JudithWhat is adult novelty?16:13
bazhangJudith, its offtopic here16:14
DJonesfox__: We saw you the first time16:14
MonkeyDustJudith  wrong channel16:14
fox__ما فهمت شي16:14
fox__رجاع عيد16:14
FloodBot1fox__: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.16:14
bazhangJudith, this is ubuntu support ONLY16:14
JudithThat's bolonga! It doesn't make sense!16:14
MonkeyDust!arabic | fox__16:14
ubottufox__: For Arabic language support, please : /join #ubuntu-arabic : للحصول على الدعم باللغة العربية16:14
JudithI've had enough.16:14
war59312morph3k: running: sudo dpkg -i -D=1000 linux-*.deb16:14
KrisBzykotick9, thank you I think, i'll get to uderstand these terms soon. :)16:15
wooI <3 you people.  have a great Saturday, #Caterday, and A happy new year of the snake.16:16
morph3ksorry war59312 -d is for apt16:16
JudithWhat is adult novelty?16:16
war59312morph3k: well -D is for debugging but nothing usefull it seems16:16
KrisBzykotick9,  I just installed compiz manager, and I trying to make some changes, should I run "compiz --replace" as Ubuntu help page says?16:17
war59312morph3k: i really think it has to do with: /usr/sbin/grub-mkconfig: 237: /usr/sbin/grub-mkconfig: cannot create /boot/grub/grub.cfg.new: Directory nonexistent16:17
JudithWhat is adult novelty?16:17
war59312morph3k: seems it cant find /boot16:17
zykotick9war59312: i'm not sure what you are doing, but using a * and dpkg will NOT always work...  is there not a repo for the package(s) you're looking for?16:17
war59312zykotick9: i am simply trying to fix a kernel panic.. see: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=12500489#post12500489 ..16:17
zykotick9KrisB: if you see it in Ubuntu documentation, sure.16:18
zykotick9war59312: ya, i can't help.  good luck.16:18
sakkemois there a simple way to switch ~ and only ~ non-dead key?16:18
morph3kwar59312: do16:18
morph3kaptitude search grub16:18
morph3kaptitude search grub*16:19
KrisBzykotick9,  I tried this. the display crashes after this command, I only can use terminal. when I type the second time, I can see some effects, (like fancy windows minimazing), when I close terminal, it crashes again, so I need to restart lightdm to see display again.16:20
morph3kKrisB: run it it screen16:20
zykotick9KrisB: expect "issues" with ccsm/unity/compiz is all i can say.  good luck.16:20
KrisBmorph3k - what do you mean?16:21
morph3krun the command but with the word screen in front16:21
morph3kthat way when u close the temrinal window it will still run in the background16:21
zykotick9KrisB: i doubt gnu/screen is going to let you start compiz.  this is more questionable advice.16:22
morph3kit may not idk16:22
morph3kworth a shot though no?16:22
belgianguyanyone accustomed to SNMP (and snmpd) ?16:22
bazhangmorph3k, please dont suggest things you have no idea about16:22
ThinkT510morph3k: screen is a terminal multiplexer, nothing to do with gui16:22
belgianguyI freshly installed that package but its server crashes16:23
KrisBzykotick9 - start compiz? doesn't it right straight away after Xorg starts?16:23
morph3kThinkT510: sorry i thought he just needed to run compiz16:23
zeddacusis there an etherape like clone wich also gives network visualization ?16:23
KrisBzykotick9: doesn't it run*16:23
belgianguyand someone stated in a blog post that it can't find its MIBs16:23
zykotick9KrisB: your "compiz --replace" is basically re/starting compiz16:23
belgianguybut where would those be located on 12.10?16:24
morph3kKrisB: http://askubuntu.com/questions/127782/ubuntu-12-04-compiz-failure-computer-has-nothing-to-use16:24
morph3kis that what ur looking for?16:24
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zeddacusiftraf does not probe deep enough16:24
zeddacusi mean16:25
morph3khere is also another one KrisB https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/19499616:25
war59312morph3k: ok lots of results for that command16:25
morph3ki dunno if thats what ur looking for ot not16:25
IdleOnemorph3k: This isn't a competition to see who can answer more questions. Quality is more important the quantity.16:25
morph3kyea i know IdleOne thats why i just found those pages for him16:25
IdleOneif you don't know, that is fine. no need to try and guess at every question16:26
morph3kur right16:26
morph3ki sometimes get overzealous because i remember when i first started using linux16:26
anddonI would like some help about repositories and package management. Suppose I find a package on the ubuntu multiverse like say CERN's ROOT but its pretty old and so I decide to compile my own version. Is there any way I can have my version recognised in apt/synaptic etc16:26
morph3kand people didnt like to help16:26
morph3kso i dont want to see a user not use linux because of these run ins16:26
cfhowlettanddon, I suppose if you packaged it as a PPA maybe ...16:27
DJones!checkinstall | anddon16:27
ubottuanddon: checkinstall is a wrapper to "make install", useful for installing programs you compiled. It will create a .deb package, which will be listed in the APT database and can be uninstalled like other packages. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CheckInstall - Read the warnings at the top and bottom of that web page, and DO NOT interrupt CheckInstall while it's running!16:27
anddonthanks ubottu16:27
zykotick9anddon: for local-only packages you could try checkinstall, which DJones just linked ;)  but don't distribute those DEBs16:27
cfhowlettDJones, better answer than mine.  thanks.16:27
KrisBmorph3k - I'm grateful to you, guys, for helping me out. :)16:27
ninnyHey all, I have a problem with apt-get not working well anymore. I'm getting "unmet delendencies" and "you have held broken packages" problems. Any advice?16:27
morph3kso it worked KrisB?16:27
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zykotick9ninny: "sudo apt-get -f install" and see what's broken.16:28
anddonalso thanks DJones, cfhowlett.. exactly what I needed16:29
morph3kzykotick9: could he use the build-dep p[topm16:29
KrisBmorph3k - let me reboot my pc again, and check your resources.16:29
ninnytransmission-daemon : Depends: transmission-common (= 2.61-0ubuntu2) but 2.76-0ubuntu0.12.10.1 is to be installed16:29
ninnybut I've had issues with other packages as well16:29
morph3kninny: aptitude -v --build-depends transmission-daemon16:30
SwashBucklahow do you iTunes on Ubuntu through WINE, playOnLinux, whatever?16:30
morph3kcant SwashBuckla16:30
zykotick9ninny: i wouldn't recommend morph3k aptitude command...16:30
morph3kwell u can run it through wine but it doesnt work good16:30
morph3klike u cant hook ur iphone to it to do anything16:30
morph3kwhy not zykotick916:30
ninnyapparently I don't have super cow powers anyway16:31
ninny*that's what it says16:31
ninnyThis aptitude does not have Super Cow Powers.16:31
llutzmorph3k: read "man apt-get" or "man aptitude" and read what build-dep  does.16:31
IdleOneninny: Can you please pastebin the exact error message you are getting, use paste.ubuntu.com16:31
zykotick9ninny: that's just a joke about "apt-get moo"16:31
ninnyok will do16:32
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war59312morph3k: well thanks for your help but out of time atm... will try again later16:32
morph3kninny: also aptitude safe-upgrade may install other dependencies u can use....(type man aptitude first to read on it)16:32
morph3ksec llutz16:32
ThinkT510!aptitude | morph3k16:32
ubottumorph3k: 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.16:32
IdleOneninny: run: sudo apt-get update and pastebin please16:33
morph3kllutz:   Satisfy the build-dependencies of a package. Each package name may be a source package, in which case thebuild dependencies of that source package are installed; otherwise, binary packages are found in the same16:33
ubottuAPT 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)16:34
morph3k way as for the “install” command, and the build-dependencies of the source packages that build those binary packages are satisfied.16:34
zykotick9IdleOne: i'd be more interested in "apt-cache policy transmission-daemon" myself ;)16:34
llutzmorph3k: i know what is is, and it has nothing to do with unmet dependencies16:34
IdleOnezykotick9: I am guessing we need a dist-upgrade to be ran but want to make sure16:34
zykotick9IdleOne: perhaps!  i just assumed they must be mixing repos.16:34
morph3kapt-cache is good zykotick916:35
morph3kthanks for the link btw ninny16:35
ninnyno, thank you for helping16:35
iorialluts: what are unmet dependencies ? thanx16:35
IdleOneninny: after the last line there should be a couple more lines. Should look something like 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.16:36
morph3kso did u fix it ninny16:36
IdleOneninny: Do you see that last line ?16:37
IdleOneninny: ok, lets try sudo apt-get dist-upgrade16:38
ninnymorph3k, I haven't fixed it16:38
IdleOneninny: pastebin any errors you may get please16:38
ninnyno errors16:38
morph3kIdleOne: u know dist-upgrade will take him to like 12.10 right?16:39
IdleOnemorph3k: I know it won't16:39
bazhangmorph3k, no it wont16:39
Guest83027i'm making a ftp portal for ma college and i'm stuck in between. i have to make near about 100 users for remote login having username and passwd admin defined and not as anonymous ..........but i don't know how to make them without making them as my local users16:39
ThinkT510!dist-upgrade | morph3k16:39
ubottumorph3k: A dist-upgrade will install new dependencies for packages already installed and may remove packages if they are no longer needed. This will not bring you to a new release of Ubuntu, see !upgrade if that is your intention.16:39
IdleOneninny: ok, what was the original problem again?16:39
morph3kwhats the command to do that then?16:39
morph3ki thought thats what dist-upgrade was16:39
DeadWeaselError mounting: mount exited with exit code 1: helper failed with:16:40
morph3kand upgrade was for packages16:40
DeadWeaselmount: only root can mount /dev/sdb1 on /media/DATA16:40
IdleOnemorph3k: stop guessing, relax, learn.16:40
morph3kdo you know the command im talking about?16:40
DeadWeaselafter editing my fstab to automount my second drive16:40
morph3ki ran it on a server of mine once and it took me from 12.04 to 12.1016:40
DeadWeaselboot failure too, had to restart again16:40
Guest83027how could i figured out that issue?16:40
morph3ki thought i did apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade16:40
IdleOnemorph3k: I do, but honestly I am affraid to tell you what it is because I think you may misuse it.16:40
ninnySorry, My problem is apt-get is giving me problems, so there's something wrong with the pap's somewhere16:40
morph3kno i have no interest in going to 12.1016:41
aelgaliHi, i'm trying to apply .diff file to a locally installed duplicity app, and i've no idea where to start.16:41
morph3kid like to know it to make sure i dont do it again16:41
IdleOneninny: what problem exactly?16:41
BluesKajmorph3k, sudo do-release-upgrade , for development releases , it , sudo do-release-upgrade -d16:41
morph3kthats it16:41
morph3kthanks BluesKaj16:41
DeadWeaselhow do I give FSTAB root abilities to automount my drives?16:41
morph3ki did that once on a server and i was frustrated bad16:41
morph3kthis certain script i was using wouldnt work with 12.1016:41
morph3khad to reinstall16:42
BluesKajbe careful morph3k ., make sure you have a stable backup OS16:42
morph3koh im not updating16:42
morph3kim staying on LTS16:42
Guest83027i'm making a ftp portal for ma college and i'm stuck in between. i have to make near about 100 users for remote login having username and passwd admin defined and not as anonymous ..........but i don't know how to make them without making them as my local users16:42
ninnythis is my problem16:42
morph3kBluesKaj: can you make back ups on a VM?16:42
ThinkT510DeadWeasel: what do you mean, fstab is used for mountpoints, you don't need to change any permissions16:42
ThinkT510!fstab | DeadWeasel16:42
ubottuDeadWeasel: 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 !Partitions16:42
IdleOneninny: did you run sudo apt-get -f install ? like zykotick9 had recommended earlier and what was the out if so ?16:43
morph3kninny: let IdleOne or someone verify but i think apt-get clean && apt-get update16:43
morph3kthen run apt-get upgrade16:43
morph3kbut make sure thats right with IdleOne16:43
DeadWeasel/dev/sdb1 /media/DATA fuseblk rw,nosuid,nodev,allow_other,default_permissions,blksize=4096 0 0  ThinkT51016:43
DeadWeaseldo those options prevent me from mounting unless root?16:43
KeyboardNotFoundwhere to buy VPN ?16:43
DeadWeaselwhat do I change?16:43
DeadWeaselI took the line from MTAB16:44
DeadWeaselThinkT510: ^16:44
ninny-f gave me this16:44
ctmjrninny install transmission-common first16:44
BluesKajmorph3k, if you have access to a stable drive or partition to store you r data16:44
jcabo_ninny: have you tried 'apt-get remove transmission-daemon transmission-common transmission-cli' then afterwards reinstall?16:44
joshsI use ubuntu 12.04 lts, why does my video run choppy when i try to stream a show?16:44
IdleOnejcabo_: good idea :)16:44
ThinkT510DeadWeasel: ah, sorry i thought you meant you needed to change permissions of the fstab file itself, sorry i've not dealt with fuseblk16:44
ninnyI have but let me do it again16:45
aelgalican anyone help with how to apply a .diff file to locally installed package?16:45
DeadWeaselshould be NTFS16:45
UldicsHi! Doeas anyone have a clue, why qjoypad (to translate gamepad buttons to keyboard presses) is not showing any possibility to configure anything?16:45
morph3kninny: scroll up a bit and try my way if this doesnt work16:46
joshscan someone help me with getting video to not be choppy?16:46
ninnynon of the transmission packages are currently installed anyway16:46
morph3ki dont BluesKaj16:46
morph3ki mean i do outside of the VM16:46
morph3kcan i back it up outside of the VM?16:46
ThinkT510morph3k: a backup can be as simple as a copy, you can copy anything16:47
morph3kyea i just had to do a total reinstall of ubuntu on a server last night16:47
morph3ksomething went wrong and we couldnt figure it out16:48
ctmjrninny: you have to install transmission first before you can install the daemon16:48
BluesKajmorph3k, like ThinkT510 says , if you have permissions and access16:48
morph3ki dunno how to do it BluesKaj16:49
ninnyctmjr: but if it needs the transmission dependancy shouldn't it install it?16:49
ninnyor ask to install it?16:49
joshsi have a problem16:49
jcabo_ninny: the problem is that the version that you have available for transmission-common is newer than the required for transmission-daemon.16:50
flintserhow can i undo what pppoeconf did? now i have no network-applet or anythin related to it. sorru if this came twice i had connection problems16:50
joshscan someone please help me with my video being choppy?16:50
BluesKajmorph3k, I use an external drive ..it's a few bucks , but if you intend to do OS testing and experimentation it's worth the price16:50
morph3ki have an external16:50
ninnyis it because i've done a apt-get upgrade?16:51
morph3ki just dont know how to back up linux from a VM16:51
llutz!backup | morph3k16:51
ubottumorph3k: There are many ways to back your system up. Here's a few: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DuplicityBackupHowto , https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HomeUserBackup , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MondoMindi - See also !sbackup and !cloning16:51
BluesKajcan you see the drive in nautlius from the VM , morph3k?16:51
ThinkT510morph3k: the most important thing is backing up the files you want to keep16:51
Willi-SmithHi, please how i can print in c unicode char in escape sequence (chars from middle-Europe éíáýžřčšě) printf("%c", '\0x10c') for č doesnt work16:52
ThinkT510morph3k: most virtualization software allows you to make clones of vms and export them for storage too16:52
DeadWeaselhelpful for mounting16:52
jcabo_ninny: you can try downloading transmission-common directly from: http://packages.ubuntu.com/quantal/transmission-common      and then installing it with 'dpkg -i transmission-common.deb'16:52
morph3kthat isnt the problem16:52
morph3ki just installed the daemon and client16:52
jcabo_if it isn't, then I apologize16:53
ninnyI'm running 12.1016:53
ninnytransmission-gtk (>= 2.76-0ubuntu0.12.10.1)16:53
morph3kyea 12.10 is messy with a lot of apps16:53
ninnyok so what's the best solution, anyone have any ideas what's actually going on? I need to resolve dependancies with apt-get16:53
FloodBot1aelgali: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.16:53
flintserhow can i undo what pppoeconf did? now i have no network-applet or anythin related to it. sorru if this came twice i had connection problems16:54
morph3knetwork manager probably flintser16:54
ninnymaybe it's my package list?16:56
flintsermorph3k: i know that my network manager is busted, pppoeconf did it and i want to undo and get back tonthe stage before pppoeconf16:56
flintserback to the*16:56
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morph3kidk flintser sorry :(16:56
ThinkT510ninny: most dependency problems are caused by using packages from outside the official repos16:57
ninnythis is the content of /etc/apt/sources.list16:57
ninnyahh ok16:57
ninnywell in my sources.list I don't have any non official repos I don't think16:57
ninnybut I have been adding and removing some of them16:57
morph3kBluesKaj: llutz i dont see anything about backing up ubuntu running on a VM to a real hard drive16:57
ninnyit's just someone said the output of apt-get update didn't look right16:58
morph3ktoo bad you cant downgrade ninny :(16:58
llutzmorph3k: mount the external, use any of the backup solutions shown, done16:58
ninnyshould I switch to debian to avoid stuff like this?16:59
ninnyI can re-install in no time16:59
morph3kwell i like debian16:59
morph3kbut it can be a little different16:59
flintserninny is that your whole sources.list?16:59
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morph3kubuntu is a debian derivitive16:59
ninnyis it wrong?16:59
MonkeyDustninny  you're asking to go to the competition ;-)17:00
morph3kvery wrong17:00
ninnyok thought that might be the issue17:00
flintserwait i'll paste mine17:00
morph3ku should have many more17:00
blackthorhm,  this is weird.  trying to install 12.04.1 LTS from a pendrive,  specified different mirrors and install hangs.17:00
KrisBmorph3k: I just installed Cinnamon - i feel more like on Windows now:)17:00
ninnyhaha, but ubuntu is from debian isn't it, so more like the daddy...17:00
morph3khehe its nice then KrisB?17:00
morph3kyes ninny17:00
jcabo_ninny: I think I know what your problem is17:00
ninnyI'm an idiot and messed up my sources list :)?17:01
morph3kninny: http://askubuntu.com/questions/124017/how-do-i-restore-the-default-repositories17:01
KrisBmorph3k - yea. so what I did is i just installed a different shell for the same GNOME desktop environment, right?17:01
jcabo_ninny: that package, transmission-common-2.76-0ubuntu0.12.10.1, in the pastebin, could only come from one place: https://launchpad.net/~transmissionbt/+archive/ppa17:01
morph3kcinnamon replaces gnome17:01
jcabo_ninny: so it follows that you have an extra line in sources.list, or in /etc/sources.list.d/17:01
jguy2013Trying to run backtrack5 on my galaxy s3,  this is the script i try running; http://pastebin.com/HZ2kiGNh -  the error I receieve back is:  bootbt[36]: syntax error: 'if' unmatched17:01
xanguamorph3k: it does not17:01
ninnyok one sec17:02
bazhangjguy2013, bt is not supported here17:02
bazhang!backtrack | jguy201317:02
ubottujguy2013: There are some Ubuntu derivatives that we cannot provide support for due to repository and software changes. Please consult their websites for more information. Examples: gNewSense (support in #gnewsense), Linux Mint (see !mint), LinuxMCE (support in #linuxmce), CrunchBang (support in #crunchbang), BackTrack (support in #backtrack-linux)17:02
morph3kit doesnt xangua?17:02
morph3ki was under the impression cinnamon is like gnome xfce kde etc17:02
ninnyI have no  /etc/sources.list.d/17:02
jguy2013bazhang its more of a coding issue... was hoping you could at least look at the paste bin and the error i receive and tell me what im doing wrong?17:02
ninnylet me re-do the repositories like morph3k said17:02
jcabo_ninny: sorry, it's /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ files in there are the same as lines in sources.list17:03
xanguamorph3k: KrisB indeed, unity, cinnamon and gnome-shell are just a shell for gnome :)17:03
flintserninny here is my /etc/apt/sources.list17:03
ninnyI'll be back in 5, gotta make the wife a cup of tea17:03
bazhangjguy2013, ask in the bt channel, it s not supported here17:03
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ThinkT510morph3k: cinnamon (not supported here) is a gnome3 fork thats meant to resemble gnome217:03
ninnyagh yeah there is stuff in there17:03
KrisBxuangua - any ideas how to make some shell default?17:03
morph3kninny: where do u see sources.list.d ?17:03
flintserninny ^^17:03
jguy2013bazhang;  dude im talking scripting,  and scripting IS supported here but ok thanks anyways.17:03
morph3kyea i know ThinkT51017:04
morph3kbut i thought it just replaced it?17:04
ninnywait, one sec17:04
ThinkT510morph3k: replaced what? its another desktop environment, thats all17:04
ninnyso flintier can I just copy yours to mine?17:04
sakkemoI'm trying to compile libsoup from git sources, but pkg-config is not able to find libxml-2.0 (a build dependency), even though I installed the package libxml2-dev. Any ideas?17:04
MonkeyDustjguy2013  better type /join #backtrack-linux17:04
ninnyand can I just remove all the pap's in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/?17:05
ninnyppas that is17:05
flintseryes but ylu get finnish repos so change every fi to your country vode17:05
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ninnyahh ok17:05
ninnyok I'm going to have to sign off for a few minutes17:05
ninnythank you very much for your help17:06
ninnysaved me a massive amount of time...17:06
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morph3ki gave u a link17:06
ninnyyeah I have it17:06
ninnythanks morph3k17:06
morph3kyea ThinkT510 but cant u just remove gnome now?17:06
ninnyI'm going through it in a minute17:06
morph3knp glad i could help ninny17:06
melanchthonflintser: didn't ninny have 12.10?17:06
ThinkT510morph3k: what are you talking about?17:07
morph3kif you install cinnamon17:07
ninnyi do..17:07
morph3kyou can just remove gnome completely right?17:07
jcabo_ninny had an extra sources list comming from https://launchpad.net/~transmissionbt/+archive/ppa   (which is the only place in the planet with transmission-common with that version)17:07
ThinkT510morph3k: no17:07
flintserffu.. you cant use mine then17:07
kuun-lannhello, i just installed a 12.10 ubuntu 64bits and he won't shutdown properly or reboot. I try the command line shutdown -h now and reboot but it stucks a the endscreen "ubuntu 12.10" and the 4 dots .. What can i do ? thx :)17:07
blackthorhmmmm in xfce4 what would be the ways to disable keys that control actions such as  ALT+F4, ALT+F2, etc ?17:08
flintserninny if you have your install media you can copy the defalt sourves list from there17:08
MonkeyDustmorph3k  no need to, install cinnamon, logout, select cinnamon, login -- cinnamon is a mint thingy, may be buggy on ubuntu -- it was on my machine17:08
jcabo_kuun-lann: check the file '/var/log/syslog' and see what happens at the last moment of shutdown17:08
blackthor(trying to build a locked down interface with only 1 running program)17:08
morph3kah ok thenk17:08
NetFlamHey people! How to turn off energy safe mode of wifi card on ubuntu 13.04?17:09
MonkeyDustNetFlam  #ubuntu+117:09
NetFlamHey people! How to turn off energy safe mode of wifi card on ubuntu 12.04?17:09
kuun-lannjcabo_: ok i check17:10
STMelonppa's are not supported but to simply add the cinnamon repo and install cinnamon (again not supported)17:10
STMelonsudo add-apt-repository ppa:gwendal-lebihan-dev/cinnamon-stable17:10
STMelonsudo apt-get update17:10
qleeri have some problem with my ubuntu... after running ~2days when i start using pc he really slowly its some problem with ram?17:11
STMelonsudo apt-get install cinnamon17:11
Stygiananyone know the command/package that works just like dd17:11
NetFlamsudo apt-get my new brain17:11
morph3kprobably just using a lot of resources qleer17:11
morph3kunity does that17:11
qleeri have gnome317:11
morph3kyea gnome3 takes resources too17:12
ianrossiHey I've got Juju configured with a local Openstack install and I was able to bootstap successfully...17:12
qleerok thx17:12
morph3kmight want to try a lighter weight enviroment17:12
morph3ktry xfce17:12
ianrossiSorry, wrong channel17:12
MonkeyDustStygian  if something works "just like dd", it would be obsolete17:13
Stygianthat's not true17:13
morph3ktry xfce17:13
morph3kor cinnamon17:13
Stygianit was created by a government lab that pretty much runs just like dd but it zeros out and wipes hdds much faster17:14
KrisBmorph3k - still compiz changes do not work.17:14
ThinkT510morph3k: please don't suggest unsupported environments here17:14
qleermeaby ... but i see now i use 90% ram and 40% swap - probably i need more ram17:14
bazhang!mintsupport > morph3k17:14
ubottumorph3k, please see my private message17:14
MonkeyDustStygian  "pretty much like" is not the same as "just like", if it worked just like dd, you might as well use dd17:14
MonkeyDustStygian  so, what is it you want to do?17:15
bekksmorph3k: So you're on mint all the time?17:15
morph3kbazhang: i dont use mint17:15
NetFlampeople on laptops! Write "sudo iwconfig wlan0 power off" to turn off power management17:15
morph3kbekks: no17:15
bazhangStygian, shred? or something like that?17:15
morph3kbut cinnamon can be used on ubuntu17:15
NetFlamThats works!17:15
Stygiannot shred17:15
bazhangmorph3k, dont recommend it here.17:15
morph3kThinkT510: i just gave him alternatives17:15
morph3ki let him know what was out there17:15
morph3khes an adult and can decide if he wants to use it17:15
seferisHi! I'm running on Windows7 at the moment and I know WUBI allows dual boot with Windows. However, can one boot up from the Ubuntu CD (without Wubi) and install it from thereforth?17:15
ThinkT510morph3k: you suggested cinnamon, that is not supported here17:15
bazhangmorph3k, this channel is NOT for that.17:15
MonkeyDustseferis  yes, it's even preferred over using wubi17:16
blackthortrying to install 12.04.1 LTS, and getting error in console "can't find libnewt0.52"  any hints ?17:16
blackthori already tried different mirrors17:16
morph3kgoogle a download link for it and wget it17:16
ThinkT510morph3k: the whole point of a support channel is to get support, if he uses something unsupported then we can't give him support17:16
morph3khis problem was gnome3 being to slow17:16
morph3ki told him he should try a different enviroment17:17
blackthori'm installing from a pendrive created with "lili" using the amd64bit iso file,  it unpacked it on the pendrive17:17
ThinkT510morph3k: then suggesting cinnamon is not a solution17:17
morph3kThinkT510: in the future if i say something about cinnamon i will make sure to mention that #ubuntu doesnt support it17:17
bazhangmorph3k, just dont mention it.17:17
larsthi all17:17
morph3kthats smart bazhang dont mention a very nice interface bc ubuntu doesnt fully support it yet17:18
MonkeyDustmorph3k  that's the reason17:18
larsti'm using ubuntu 12.04 and I have this bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-video-intel/+bug/99318717:18
ubottuUbuntu bug 993187 in linux (Ubuntu Precise) "ubuntu 12.04 completely freezes frequently." [Critical,Won't fix]17:19
seferisMonkeyDust: So, download the Desktop Ubuntu CD, forget about Wubi.exe, insert CD, boot from there and install. this is preferred? Why (briefly) ?17:19
xasteyI'm trying to setup a dual boot but the live cd doesn't give me the option to install along side windows17:19
MonkeyDustseferis  because wubi installs *inside* windows, a normal install does it *alongside* windows, so independent from windows17:20
xasteyso I did some searching and found "fixparts".. and it gave me an error about my disk being gpt, I verifed that by runing "sudo parted /dev/sda unit s print", which sated my partition table was "gpt"17:20
larstcan somebody tell me what is better, using 12.10 or 12.04 and upgrading kernel17:20
xasteyanyone have some pointers on how I should procede17:20
ThinkT510larst: depends on what you need17:20
MonkeyDustseferis  wubi is also more limited than a normal install, upgrades etc17:20
larstThinkT510: i Need at least linux 3.517:21
woo! wubi17:21
ubottuWubi is an Ubuntu installer for Windows users that allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu like a Windows application, in a simple and safe way. http://wubi-installer.org/support.php and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WubiGuide for troubleshooting. Please  file bugs at http://launchpad.net/wubi/+filebug. For Ubuntu Oneiric/11.10 http://releases.ubuntu.com/oneiric/wubi.exe17:21
kostkonlarst, 12.04.2 will get the 12.10 pretty soon17:21
kostkon12.10 kernel*17:21
larstkostkon: really? cool17:21
kostkonlarst, yes17:21
larstkostkon: should  I install 12.04.1 and then instlal linux-image-3.5? it's in the repo I see17:21
* vinicios agree17:21
kostkonlarst, in the backports repo for now17:22
kuun-lannjcabo_: i made a test, and i have only 2 lignes in my syslog when i ask to shutdown i pastebin them to you17:22
seferisMonkeyDust: ah, okay! thank you v.much!17:22
kuun-lannjcabo_: http://pastebin/su7zDfBY17:23
jcabo_kuun-lann: those lines are normal, it is what is supposed to look17:24
kuun-lannjcabo_: but i have nothing else :/ in my syslog17:24
jcabo_kuun-lann: so the problem might be with some incompatibility with the kernel and the hardware, it cannot give the order to the hardware to power off17:24
tion_were can i paste a screen shot?17:24
jcabo_kuun-lann: those two lines are the same I have on normal systems that can power off.17:24
kostkonimagebin | tion_17:25
jcabo_(the last two lines one sees)17:25
kostkon!imagebin | tion_17:25
ubottution_: Screenshots can be made with the [PrtScr] button. Want to show us a screenshot of your problem? Upload an image to http://imagebin.org/?page=add and post a link to it.17:25
jcabo_kuun-lann: is it a laptop? have you enabled/disabled acpi from the bios recently?17:25
FloodBot1fox__: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.17:26
Bombowhere do i put user commands after a user login to unity? like 'xterm' i put 'xterm &' into ~/.xsession but i dont get an xterm when i login17:26
kuun-lannjcabo_: no it a desktop computer.. I don't know if i have acpi disabled. I can check if you want (i'm on a laptop here) . ACPI needs to be OFF if i'm right ?17:26
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SwashBucklahow do you run iTunes on Ubuntu through WINE, playOnLinux, whatever?17:26
ThinkT510!appdb | SwashBuckla17:27
ubottuSwashBuckla: 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 help17:27
jcabo_kuun-lann: i think acpi must be on17:27
tion_check out my awsome screen-shoot :)17:27
jcabo_kuun-lann: is it a very old system?17:27
kuun-lannjcabo_: ok i restart my computer and check17:27
SwashBucklaThinkT510: I've tried those. I can't seem to get it working but thanks17:27
SwashBucklaThinkT510: perhaps virtualbox will work?17:27
kuun-lannjcabo_: mmm no my computer is 2/3 years old approximatively)17:27
SwashBucklabecause I don't have Windows :(17:28
ThinkT510SwashBuckla: yes, but it will require a windows install disk17:28
SwashBucklaThinkT510: :(17:28
SwashBucklascrew iTunes17:28
SwashBucklaand MacOS X and Windows17:28
SwashBucklaI wish I hadn't bought this iPod17:28
kuun-lannjcabo_: i got ACPI 2.0 support and ACPI APIC support enabled in my bios17:29
kostkonSwashBuckla, what model17:29
SwashBucklakostkon: Shuffle 4th Gen (Dec 2012)17:29
recon_lapxastey: can you do a fresh install after wiping the drive ?17:29
ThinkT510!rockbox | SwashBuckla17:29
ubottuSwashBuckla: rockbox is an open source firmware replacement for audio players from Archos, iRiver, Apple (iPod), and iAudio. See http://www.rockbox.org/ to get started!17:29
xasteyrecon_lap : no, pre-installed windows laptop17:29
SwashBucklarockbox for Shuffle17:29
kostkonSwashBuckla, tried with rhythmbox? also, check out floola: http://www.floola.com/17:30
jcabo_kuun-lann: let me keep thinking. In the mean time, a workaround is to do Ctrl-Alt-F1  and then type Ctrl-Alt-Del  which will restart the system and you can poweroff in the boot menu by holding the power button17:30
jcabo_kuun-lann: can you try turning acpi off?17:31
recon_lapxastey: probably want a backup of data, resize the windows partition tomake room for a new ubuntu partition17:31
kuun-lanni tryc to turn off the two ACPI i told you17:31
flux242Hello, since 12.10 my script that uses dbus-send stopped working. The problem is that the info inside of ~/.dbus/session-bus/*-0 is wrong. The DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS is wrong. Any tips?17:31
xasteyrecon_lap I have already done that17:31
ninnyperfectly fixed17:31
ninnythanks all for the help17:31
kuun-lannjcabo_: i try to turn off the two ACPI and start my computer to shutdown again17:31
xasteythanks for answering so far.. let me get you the screen I see when I try to install recon_lap17:32
zykotick9kuun-lann: if acpi is disabled, your system will NOT turn off from software...17:32
jcabo_kuun-lann: ok17:32
ninnybecause I'm on armhf I had to change everything over to ports.ubuntu, but now I have a working apt-get agin17:32
ThinkT510!yay | ninny17:32
ubottuninny: Glad you made it! :-)17:32
ninnyhaha, yeah me too17:32
xasteyrecon_lap I get something similar to this http://leekaelin.co.uk/downloads/TechSpot/Linux_Guides/Ubuntu_11_10/Ubuntu_11_10_Capture3a.JPG17:32
kuun-lannjcabo_: i try ctrl alt f1 and del but it still stucks at the purple screen cc @ zykotick917:33
AshesOfEmpiresevening everyone O/17:33
ninnyI had a feeling it was me messing up the sources as I'm from ubuntu core and had to do it all with cat before I had a text editor setup17:33
xasteythe only difference with mines it that I have 2 other options under "Earse" which givies me a choice to encrypt or use LVM17:33
SwashBucklakostkon: I've tried floola too. THe issue is that I need to reset it17:33
SwashBucklathe shuffle is busted17:33
xasteyrecon_lap what i don't get is a screen like so http://leekaelin.co.uk/downloads/TechSpot/Linux_Guides/Ubuntu_11_10/Ubuntu_11_10_Capture3c.JPG17:33
kostkonSwashBuckla, :/17:34
AshesOfEmpiresim just looking for a ubuntu version with supports a non-PAE cpu. any ideas?17:34
SwashBucklakostkon: when I start it up, it plays the audioclip "Please use iTunes to reset this iPod"17:34
kostkonSwashBuckla, ok :(17:34
xasteyrecon_lap on the window side I have resized my partation to 200gb so I have around 650gb unpartitioned, along with that I have a 10GB recovery, 256mb system and an EFI partition17:34
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StygianMonkeyDust here is what I was looking for http://www.forensicswiki.org/wiki/Dcfldd17:35
recon_lapxastey: thats 4 partitions , are all of them primary partitions ?17:36
BrittanySo.. uh.. /var/log/cups/error_log is 12.8gb. I am literally out of ssd space. What the hell happened?17:36
kostkonSwashBuckla, have you tried the instructions from apple? http://support.apple.com/kb/HT165517:36
xasteyrecon_lap should "sudo parted /dev/sda unit s print" say so17:37
zykotick9recon_lap: i'm not sure it applies, bug GPT partition don't suffer the 4 primary limit...17:37
MonkeyDust!info dcfldd | Stygian17:37
ubottuStygian: dcfldd (source: dcfldd): enhanced version of dd for forensics and security. In component universe, is optional. Version (quantal), package size 39 kB, installed size 111 kB17:37
xasteyall I get is ntfs/fat32.. I do see Sector size (logical/physical)L 512B/4096B17:37
xasteyzykotick9 I do have a GPT drive17:38
StygianMonkeyDust why did you do that?17:38
Brittanyholy crap error_log has literally filled my hdd. in the space of a few minutes. what on earth.17:38
xasteybut in my "parted" command I'm getting 5 entries17:38
zykotick9xastey: then you don't need to worry about 4 primaries :)17:38
MonkeyDustStygian  to show you it's in the ubuntu repos17:38
Stygianoh I know it is17:38
StygianI just couldn't think of the package17:38
Bombohow can i start an xterm when i login to unity?17:39
xasteyzykotick9 and recon_lap : so should i just choose "Something else" and create the partitions manually?17:40
xasteyI still wanted to dual boot into windows if needed17:40
jcabo_kuun-lann: can you run the following command to get the name of your motherboard?      'sudo dmidecode | grep -i product.name'17:40
recon_lapxastey: I personally always go with Something else :)17:40
MonkeyDustBombo  the command to open a terminal is "gnome-terminal"17:41
zykotick9Bombo: sidenote - i'd recommend using urxvt over xterm17:41
JustakillI want to install java, is placing the files in /usr/bin a way to go?17:41
BomboMonkeyDust: how do i start it automatically when i login?17:41
xasteyrecon_lap alright .. I'll try that, wasn't to sure on the dual boot setup, every tut i've seen alway had the "Install besides Windows os"17:41
kuun-lannjcabo_: i check17:41
Bombozykotick9: how do i start it automatically when i login?17:41
xasteyso now recon_lap, need to figure whats a good way to partition this up17:41
Bombono matter what term ;)17:42
recon_lapxastey: you just got to be careful not to wipe the wrong partitions17:42
xasteyI only need 3 right recon_lap , since I already have an EFI paritition for windows?17:42
zykotick9Bombo: ? i wouldn't know.  isn't there a startup applications or something in your menu?17:42
ClientAliveI'm trying to video chat with my gf in Canada. I run ubuntu 12.04 dt and she runs windows vista.  Now we have it so I can hear her but she can't hear me. What can we do?17:42
xasteyrecon_lap I have an unallocated one17:42
Tex_NickBombo : in "dash home" it's "startup applications"17:43
kuun-lannjcabo_: M4N98TD EVO17:43
kostkonClientAlive, skype? check your mic input levels17:43
ClientAlivekostkon: let me check.17:44
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jcabo_kuun-lann: ok17:44
recon_lapxastey: I'd just create a small swap partition 1.5x Your system ram /swap, a system partition / (at least 40gb), and a user partition  for /home17:44
xasteyso 40gb for home cool17:45
tion_i cant get ubuntu to use swap partition17:45
Bombozykotick9: nope17:45
BomboTex_Nick: not in my language17:45
xasteyrecon_lap seems I can reuse my /boot partition I have on windows already17:46
tion_ swapon -s -v17:46
recon_lapxastey: ??? , don't recommend trying to reuse partitions !!!17:46
BomboTex_Nick: ok got it its called 'startprogramme'17:47
xastey"Since Ubuntu 12.04, it is possible to re-use an existing Windows7 EFI partition (without formatting it). If you use a previous version of Ubuntu, or if you have several installations of GNU/Linux in EFI mode, it is safer to create a new EFI partition EFI."17:47
Tex_NickBombo:  ok great ;)17:47
llutztion_: "grep swap /etc/fstab", "sudo blkid|grep swap"17:47
xasteyrecon_lap https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI#Identifying_if_the_computer_boots_the_HDD_in_EFI_mode said it17:47
BomboTex_Nick: thx for the hint ;)17:47
Tex_NickBombo:  np :)17:47
xasteyrecon_lap not sure wtf I'm doing here so if its better to not and create my own then I'll do that17:47
Bomboi thought i could just add commands to ~/.xsession17:48
al__I'm running ubuntu 12.10 w/ libre office  I'd like to upgrade to the new 4.0 release but don't see the 4.0 version in software center ... if I download *.deb from libre office site, is installation smart enough to upgrade instead of have parallel installations?  Or do I need to uninstall current version then install 4.0?  I see nothing on the libreoffice page about upgrading :/17:49
recon_lapxastey: you and me both :) have not used EFI so I'll have to be quite17:49
ThinkT510!latest | al__17:49
ubottual__: Packages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.17:49
xasteyhehe recon_lap alright man I'll just follow this tut, you have been great help so far..17:50
xanguaal__: remove the installed version of libreoffice first and then install the new one17:50
xasteyyou too zykotick9 .. thanks17:50
xasteygoing create a / , swap and rest for /home, then use boot-repair for /boot/efi reusing the windows one17:51
GagaPlease tell me is there eny differance in source, between x86 and ARM ubuntu root filesystem source? Is source same for both?17:52
jcabo_kuun-lann: I didn't find anything in particular for power-off problems with that motherboard, though I found that there are BIOS updates as recent as january 2012. The ACPI is in the BIOS. Though I cannot recommend doing a BIOS update:      http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=M4N98TD+EVO&p=1&s=2417:52
mapbakerHelp! Last Ubuntu update killed firefox!!!17:52
al__ThinkT510: what does that mean?17:52
al__xangua: thanks17:52
ThinkT510al__: it means its best to just stick to whats in the repos17:53
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zykotick9ThinkT510: +117:53
MonkeyDustBombo  is this link useful http://askubuntu.com/questions/57098/disable-auto-start-application17:53
al__ThinkT510: kk, thanks17:53
kuun-lannjcabo_: ok i will update my bios and see what happens17:54
MonkeyDustBombo  it explains how to disable an autostart, maybe you learn from it how to enable17:54
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KrisBHello, it seems I've played to much. I realised that I haven't installed my newest drivers for graphic card, now no matter which shell (unity, cinnamon)  I run, it is just a background... I still can use terminal .17:54
kostkonmapbaker, what's your problem exactly17:55
mapbakerkostkon: firefox crashing on startup17:55
mapbakerkostkon: there was an error with flash player during the last updates17:56
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mapbakerkostkon: seems to have affected firefox17:56
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zykotick9mapbaker: start firefox from a terminal and see if there is error output, would be my 1st suggestion.17:56
mapbakerchromium also crashing17:57
kostkonmapbaker, like this:  firefox -safe-mode17:57
mapbakerseems to work in safe mode17:57
mapbakerlaunching firefox from terminal in standard mode returns "bus error (core dumped)"17:58
KrisBzykotick9, no shell works properly (it's just a background ) after installing graphic drivers.. any suggestions? -.-17:58
zykotick9KrisB: 1) what video card?  2) how did you install the drivers?17:59
jcabo_mapbaker: you should perform a memtest86 run (it is an option in the boot menu) and see if your memory is ok.17:59
mapbakerjcabo_ this just started 10 minutes ago after the last ubuntu update and an error with the adobe flash package18:00
KrisBzykotick9 - any command to check it ? (I can't remember it...). I installed it under "Additional drivers"18:00
zykotick9KrisB: "lspci | grep -i vga"18:00
jcabo_mapbaker: sorry, I just saw the 'bus error' and thought of memtest8618:00
mapbakerjcabo_ gotcha...thank you though!18:00
KrisBzykotick9: 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation NV18 [GeForce4 MX 440 AGP 8x] (rev a4)18:01
zykotick9KrisB: lol, i've fought with an MX 440 before (and it beat me).  sorry, i can't help.  best of luck!18:01
mapbakerremoved adobe flash now firefox is up and running18:02
mapbakergoing to try to reinstall18:02
jcabo_mapbaker: if flash is the problem, you could try removing it from '/usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/libflashplayer.so', then reinstalling 'flashplugin-installer'18:02
kostkonmapbaker, purge the package and reinstall it18:02
ClientAliveI had to uncheck 'Allow Skype to automatically adjust my mixer levels' and then adjusted mixer levels through my desktop. My levels are all maxed out but she can not hear me still. she say she cannoth find 'Allow Skype to automatically adjust my mixer levels' on her Skype. what to do?18:02
KrisBzykotick9 - is there a way to disable the driver (because I did work when the system didn't have the driver?18:02
mapbakerkostkon: K think i'm doing that now...18:02
ClientAlive barely hear you18:03
kostkonClientAlive, what type of mic are you using?18:03
zykotick9KrisB: yes.  from terminal purge the package you have installed, and reinstall the old one?  try "dpkg -l | grep -i nvidia" to see what's currently installed.18:03
ClientAlivebrand new lappy18:03
mapbakerkostkon, jcabo_: reinstalling flash plugin seems to have fixed the problem...18:04
mapbakerthank you both!18:04
mapbakeri hope others don't have the same issue...18:04
BomboMonkeyDust: thx i got it, works with the 'startprogramme' but also with the file ~/.xsessionrc (instead of .xsession)18:04
zykotick9KrisB: actually, it might have been working with nouveau out of the box, so no need to reinstall the old one.18:04
kostkonClientAlive, are you sure everything is maxed out?18:05
ClientAliveshe says she had majic jack and it messed everything up18:05
mapbakerkostkon, jcabo_ thank you both!18:05
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jcabo_zykotick9: to install nvidia drivers (propietary) from the terminal, you have to use 'jockey-text' (which is the Additional Drivers command line)18:05
ClientAliveexecpt the first tab in the mixer. There are settings which are greyed out18:05
zykotick9jcabo_: why, it's a package isn't it?18:05
ClientAliveonly the overlall vol is avail to change18:05
jcabo_zykotick9: because it is not enough to install the package. 'jockey-text' must activate it.18:05
kuun-lannjcabo_: the bios is currently flashing :)18:06
jcabo_fingers crossed!18:06
zykotick9jcabo_: i find that difficult to believe - but maybe.18:06
jcabo_zykotick9: you can have nvidia-96, nvidia-173, nvidia-304 installed altogether, but only one active.18:06
kostkonClientAlive, what options are there in the input tab18:07
zykotick9jcabo_: that's been true since 10.04...18:07
jcabo_zykotick9: 'jockey-text -l' to list, and 'jockey-text -e <driver>' to activate.18:07
ClientAlivekostkon: I'm on that tab and everything is max all the way to the right18:07
jcabo_jockey-text takes care of apt-getting and so on.18:07
ClientAliveI am going to try my external mic18:08
kuun-lannjcabo_: okay my bios is update. I reboot my system18:08
jcabo_good luck18:08
kuun-lannjcabo_: reboot sucessfull, i try now to shutdown :)18:09
kuun-lannjcabo_: in fact i have an other idea. BEfore my fresh install i install a voyage 12/04 LTS And i havent problems .So i think i can DL an older kernel and try18:09
hatakehy how to instal Stage Tarball for ubuntu18:10
KrisBzykotick9, http://pastebin.com/U3SRvqfc18:10
bekkshatake: Which stage are you talking about?18:10
MonkeyDusthatake  you mean how to use tar?18:11
zykotick9KrisB: can you use paste.ubuntu.com instead?  i don't go to pastebin.com?18:11
hatakebekks, MonkeyDust like gentoo, just instal tarball18:11
KrisBzykotick9, http://paste.ubuntu.com/1630054/18:11
zykotick9KrisB: thanks.18:11
bekkshatake: Ubuntu isnt Gentoo.18:11
kostkon!build-essential | hatake18:12
ubottuhatake: Compiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first)18:12
MonkeyDusthatake  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression#GNU_Tar_.28.tar.2918:12
hatakebekks, I want to install ubuntu as gentoo, so only the Stage Tarball, not already used. iso again18:12
KrisBzykotick9, no problem. :)18:12
bekkshatake: You cant. Ubuntu isnt Gentoo.18:12
kostkonhatake, what is this Stage you are referring to?18:12
bekkshatake: There is no Ubuntu stage tarball.18:12
hatakeno boot , i want to install by chroot18:13
zykotick9KrisB: so you have nvidia-96 installed, which i believe is correct.  you might want to uninstall that and restart your system to get back to the nouveau driver.18:13
kuun-lannjcabo_: eyh , the computer doesnt shutdown .. But just for fun i try ctrl+alt+del and some ligne appeared upon the purple screen18:13
kostkonhatake, get the minimal cd and go from there18:13
hatakei want to install gentoo by chroot, no boot again, like gentoo18:13
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bekkshatake: Then install gentoo. Ubuntu does NOT work that way.18:13
hatakekostkon, yes already , but .iso file, no tarball18:13
KrisBzykotick9, which command to use to uninstall it correctly?18:13
jcabo_kuun-lann: I think your idea of trying a different kernel is the only one left18:13
beanhatake, you have to use an iso18:13
hatakei want to tarball and portage from ubuntu18:14
MonkeyDusthatake  what you want, cannot be done in ubuntu18:14
kuun-lannjcabo_: yeah i try18:14
jcabo_kuun-lann: which kernel are you on? try 'uname -a'18:14
beanhatake, thats not how ubuntu works18:14
zykotick9!debootstrap > hatake18:14
ubottuhatake, please see my private message18:14
hatakebean, i mean no boot again, just chroot18:14
kuun-lannjcabo_: i'm on 3.5.0-2318:14
zykotick9!debootstrap > MonkeyDust18:14
ubottuMonkeyDust, please see my private message18:14
hatakezykotick9, lol18:14
bekkshatake: There is neither a "stage tarball" nor "portage" in Ubuntu.18:14
beanhatake, then debootstrap is the way to go.18:14
ClientAlivewhe said she made a mistake before and uninstalled the input driver was called "Sigma Tel". She tried to reinstall it but it is not completely installed.. Hers is Vista.18:14
kuun-lannjcabo_: and i think on my last 12.04 it was a 3.2.2418:15
jcabo_kuun-lann: if you fix it with a lower kernel, (3.2.0...) then it might be a good idea to make a bug report somewhere..18:15
zykotick9KrisB: "sudo apt-get purge nvidia-96 nvidia-common" then restart your computer.18:15
hatakebean, debootstrap, send link18:15
beanpeople already did, hatake18:15
SwashBucklakostkon: yes thanks I've tried that. All that does is reboot it.18:15
ubottudebootstrap is used to create a !Debian or Ubuntu base system from scratch, without requiring the availability of !dpkg or !APT. It does this by downloading !.deb files from a mirror site, and carefully unpacking them into a directory you can eventually !chroot into.  See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebootstrapChroot for more information18:15
jcabo_kuun-lann: current kernel for ubuntu 12.04 lts is lolita 3.2.0-3718:15
MonkeyDusthatake  read the ubottu link18:15
apb1963_I'm trying to use curl to post to ix.io... it does post, but there are 2 problems.  1) When trying to view the posted info I'm forced to download it as a file - it doesn't just simply display it as a page as expected.  2) It keeps using the same URL each time I use the command, instead of generating the next one in sequence like it's supposed to.  3 line script here:  http://ix.io/4kk18:15
kostkonSwashBuckla, yeah :/18:15
kuun-lannjcabo_: okay but ir emember i didnt have MAJ my kernel on the 12.0418:16
hatakeMonkeyDust, ok il try18:16
SwashBucklaI <3 the animated series meLon18:16
bean!pastebinit | apb1963_18:16
ubottuapb1963_: pastebinit is the command-line equivalent of !pastebin - Command output, or other text can be redirected to pastebinit, which then reports an URL containing the output - To use pastebinit, install the « pastebinit » package from a package manager - Simple usage: command | pastebinit -b http://paste.ubuntu.com18:16
xpistosI never knew thunderbird had a chat client now18:17
SwashBucklaI <3 the animated series MonkeyDust18:17
xpistosdoes anyone know why men menu bars are gone?18:17
MonkeyDustSwashBuckla  nice you know it ;)18:17
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SwashBucklaMonkeyDust: 'You have ordered 3 tickets in row Z to see The Scarlet Pimpernell on December 25th. Is that correct? "NOOOOO!" You said Yes. Thank you. We will now reposess your house to pay for the phone bill.'18:19
bazhangSwashBuckla, lets stay on topic please18:20
hatakei want stage3 on ubuntu ?18:20
SwashBucklabazhang: sorry18:20
eossim trying to get a printer working on ubuntu... canon mg6220 ...is this possible..i dont see any drivers listed on canon page for linux18:20
hatakewhether there18:20
bazhanghatake, no such thing18:20
apb1963_bean: ix.io does the same18:20
zykotick9hatake: ubuntu is not gentoo!18:20
beanapb1963_, but clearly doesn't work how you want.18:20
bekkshatake: Whatever you want. There is NO stage3 in Ubuntu.18:21
apb1963_bean: but does under centOS... so that implies there's something different in  how ubuntu handles a formerly working script.18:21
hatakezykotick9, yes i know, I just asked if there stage3 for ubuntu18:21
UmairHello World! I'm new to IRC and the first room I joined is this!18:21
zykotick9hatake: ubuntu has NO stage files, that's a gentoo thing.18:21
bazhangeoss, linuxprinting.org , have you checked their database yet18:21
KrisBzykotick9,  it worked out. thank you. :)18:21
apb1963_and that's what I'm trying to determine18:21
GarySevenHello, all. Another n00b here, too.18:21
zykotick9KrisB: nice!18:21
GarySevenWelcome, Umair!18:21
kostkonUmair, welcome18:21
eossbazhang: i have not, thanks18:22
beanapb1963_, have you pastebin'd the script?18:22
apb1963_bean: yes.  at ix.io18:22
UmairDoes it support display picture too?18:22
DaemonicApathyHello, noobs. Welcome to #ubuntu! #ubuntu-offtopic is another great channel to be in, since there's more chatting there!18:22
beanapb1963_, link please, then18:22
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kostkonUmair, not really, it is strictly text based18:22
KrisBzykotick9, - not having newest drivers for graphic vard maybe caused compiz effects to mess around?18:22
Umairstill sounds fun18:23
apb1963_[10:12] <apb1963_> I'm trying to use curl to post to ix.io... it does post, but there are 2 problems.  1) When trying to view the posted info I'm forced to download it as a file - it doesn't just simply display it as a page as expected.  2) It keeps using the same URL each time I use the command, instead of generating the next one in sequence like it's supposed to.  3 line script here:  http://ix.io/4kk18:23
Umairhuge users man!18:23
UmairNow I'm going to live here for some time18:23
kostkonUmair, ;)18:23
beanapb1963_, all i see there is a thing about mysql not connecting18:23
apb1963_apologies... a minute please18:23
eossbazhang: my printer is not in their database =[18:23
zykotick9KrisB: you might be a bit limited with nouveau... but i never managed to get any propritary driver working with my mx440, so it's better then nothing.  i wouldn't recommend compiz for this card myself, YMMV.18:24
synthmescwhere is the setting to turn on wobbly windows in 12.04?18:24
bazhang!ccsm | synthmesc18:24
ubottusynthmesc: To enable advanced customization of desktop effects in Ubuntu: install 'compizconfig-settings-manager' (or 'simple-ccsm' for pre-Oneiric). If you install the latter, a new option will appear in your appearance properties - See also !compiz - Help in #compiz18:24
KrisBzykotick9,  i have another Nvidia card, it writes "Model: P83". should it be better?18:25
apb1963_bean: did that one come up as a page for you, or did it download as a file?18:25
beandownloaded a file18:25
apb1963_Yes.  So that's one of the problems18:25
Umairgotta take dinner. I'll be back and discuss my experience with Ubuntu so far. I'm transferred from Unix18:25
zykotick9KrisB: sorry i have no idea what a P83 is.  you should search online if it has newer support, then the 96 nvidia driver.18:25
apb1963_I think this should be the right link:  http://ix.io/4kv18:25
jcabo_KrisB: to install nvidia drivers from the command line, use 'jockey-text'. With 'jockey-text -l' you list the available drivers. With 'jockey-text -e <drivername>' you install and activate the driver in one step (remember to reboot after that)18:26
beanapb1963_, according to ix.io if you do ix.io/4kv it will download because its raw, if you do http://ix.io/4kv/ it will show it18:26
jcabo_KrisB: 'jockey-text' is the command line equivalent of 'Additional Drivers'18:26
jarlathShutdown is only taking me to the unity-greeter since updates (December 2012). No other users logged in. I don't even know what to file a bug against. Any ideas?18:27
jarlathHere's the low-down: http://askubuntu.com/questions/243630/shut-down-takes-me-to-greeter-now-removing-wifi-dongle-fixes#comment307626_24363018:27
KrisBjcabo_ , thanks. it just my current graphic card messes around with the additional drivers.18:27
jcabo_KrisB: use 'jockey -d <drivername>' to disable the additional driver (you get the drivername from 'jockey-text -l'18:28
apb1963_You're saying I'm missing a trailing slash?18:29
beanapb1963_, yes18:29
apb1963_where did you see that?  I didn't see that on ix.io18:29
beanapb1963_, http://ix.io/  under GET18:30
GarySevenQuestion, please...18:30
GarySevenI've started using Ubuntu at work on my own laptop. Has anyone found a solid way to access Outlook in Thunderbird? All the advice via Google has been buggy.18:30
blojenameкотаны, дарова, русиш андерстенд?18:31
apb1963_bean: sharp eye. I never noticed the distinction.  Thank you!18:31
KrisBjcabo_ how to reset compiz settings to default?18:31
ThinkT510!ru | blojename18:31
ubottublojename: Пожалуйста наберите /join #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке. | Pozhalujsta naberite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke.18:31
bean!ru  | blojename18:31
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zykotick9GarySeven: by Outlook i assume you mean Exchange?  don't ask me though...18:32
jcabo_KrisB: http://askubuntu.com/questions/36163/how-can-i-reset-compiz-to-the-default-settings18:32
WhereIsMySpoonHi, I'm trying to get my ubuntu machine to have a static ip. My /etc/network/interfaces file is: http://pastie.org/610499718:34
WhereIsMySpoonhowever, all i get when i do ifconfig is lo, no eth018:34
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WhereIsMySpoonwhat am i doing wrong?18:34
beanWhereIsMySpoon, do an ifup eth018:34
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: you miss auto eth018:34
WhereIsMySpoonbean: cannot find device eth018:34
beanalso, does "netmask 24" work? I've never done it like that18:34
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: and you should not use ifconfig, but ip18:34
beanWhereIsMySpoon, auto eth0 is needed as well.18:34
MonkeyDustWhereIsMySpoon  what nibbler says, i was going to say the same18:35
nibblerand broadcast is wrong... or network is wrong ;-)18:35
WhereIsMySpoonbean: so like "auto lo eth0"18:35
beandifferent line18:35
beanauto eth018:35
beanusually you want to split your config up into lines for eth0 and lo18:35
WhereIsMySpoonif i do that it says it cant parse it when i do /etc/init.d/networking restart18:35
WhereIsMySpoonah wait no, now the parsing errors went away18:36
zykotick9bean: like you i question that "netmask 24" but maybe?18:36
WhereIsMySpoonit still says no device eth018:36
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: you are spread over two /24... either go for a 23 bit netmask or fix your addresses18:36
WhereIsMySpoonnibbler: sorry, what?18:36
jcabo_WhereIsMySpoon: try 'ifup eth0'18:36
ewertonhow can I see my GTK version18:36
WhereIsMySpoonim kinda bad at networking18:36
nibblerand the doubt about CIDR working here is shared by my aswell18:36
WhereIsMySpoonnibbler: what would be the same as 24 then?
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: your network address desribes a network that is distinct from all our other parameters18:37
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: about netmask: yes18:37
beanI believe that 24 should be
jcabo_WhereIsMySpoon: try 'ifup eth0', ifconfig is lower level.18:37
ewertoni'm using Ubuntu 12.10, how can I see my GTK version?18:37
kostkonewerton, in nautilus, select help → about18:37
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nils_2hello. i want to build nightly builds with "dpkg-buildpackage". now i want to exclude the doc package. is that possible? manually i can disable the docs using -DENABLE_DOC=OFF18:37
WhereIsMySpoonjcabo_: cannot find device eth018:37
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: check if you have a eth0 - ifconfig -a18:38
WhereIsMySpooni updated the pastie: http://pastie.org/610506718:38
WhereIsMySpooni have eth1218:38
jcabo_WhereIsMySpoon: do a 'lspci -vnvn' and see if the ethernet controller has a module loaded for it.18:38
WhereIsMySpoonjcabo_: http://pastie.org/610507518:39
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: either config eth1 then, or delete /etc/udev/rules.d/*persistent*net* && reboot or fix the file18:39
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: and your network is still wrong, too (and redundant imho)18:39
ewertonkostkon, Nautilus 3.4.2 :D18:39
WhereIsMySpoonnibbler: ok, i removed the network, it still doesnt find device eth0 on networking restart18:39
jcabo_WhereIsMySpoon: I see you have a module there, 'Kernel modules: e1000', so that is ok.18:40
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: computer restart18:40
WhereIsMySpoonwhy do i need to config eth1, im doing eth0 o.o18:40
beanright, you need restart for udev to regen rules18:40
nibblerjcabo_: its just bad numbering....18:40
WhereIsMySpoonok ill try restart18:40
bekksThen configure the correct interface...18:40
ewertonkostkon, In gnome look, must i download themes > gtk 3.x?18:40
jcabo_nibbler: sorry.18:40
kostkonewerton, yes18:40
nibblerjcabo_: nevermind... just pointing out...18:40
BadDesignWhere is the documentation for writing applications in GJS for Gnome 3?18:41
prashant_123456i get tftp boot timed out error18:41
beanprashant_123456, when trying to do what18:42
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: did you delete the udev/rules.d file? otherwise you won't see eth0 pop up there untill you plug the right/old nic18:42
xasteysweet install went good, not to fix dual booting18:43
hatakecan help my http://dpaste.com/917498/18:43
WhereIsMySpoonnibbler: /etc/udev/70-persistant-cd.rules and 70-persistant-net.rules ?18:44
beanhatake, i think you need to be in extract-cd18:44
HaliteI use Ubuntu 12.10, does Java for Linux work in Ubuntu18:44
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: as we are diskussing your network and not your cd roms, i'd go for the 2nd one ;-)18:44
hatakebean, how command ?18:45
nibblerHalite: sure18:45
beanhatake, are you new to linux? what are you attempting to accomplish as and end goal?18:45
Halitejust wanted to find out if I could doownload Java18:45
WhereIsMySpoonas a side note, how do i stop ubuntu to check for networking for about 2 minutes before it starts? its annoying to have to wait18:45
hatakebean, i use this step by step https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization18:45
hatakeno miss18:46
hatakeHalite, same hatake18:46
beanhatake, you didn't. you're missing a step18:46
xasteyHalite OpenJDK or Oracle ?18:46
beanhatake, sudo unsquashfs mnt/casper/filesystem.squashfs18:46
Halitexastey, Oracle18:47
hatakebean, Could not open mnt/casper/filesystem.squashfs, because No such file or directory18:47
BadDesignWhy the heck GNOME have their channels on a different network, why not FreeNode? Retards!18:47
beanhatake, I can't help you. I've never done this, is your end goal to have a custom live cd?18:47
xasteyHalite you can follow this http://www.noobslab.com/2012/12/install-oracle-java-7-in-ubuntu.html18:48
ThinkT510bean: he is trying to install ubuntu as if it was gentoo18:48
beanI know.18:48
beanSeems like a dumb idea.18:48
hatakebean, yes I really need it18:48
xasteysimply just download from oracle and compile then run update-alternatives18:48
beanhatake, why?18:48
ThinkT510bean: i concur18:48
xasteyor this https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java Halite18:49
xasteyI'm about to install java in a bit myself18:49
hatakebean, thus no longer boot from the cdrom, boot from the flash, there is only a chroot18:49
hatakei think awesome :D18:50
beanhatake, make an ubuntu install on a USB drive18:50
beanthen boot off that18:50
beanhatake, what is your native language? they might be able to help you more.18:50
hatakebean, I do not want to boot anymore, I just want to chroot18:50
WhereIsMySpoonnibbler: right, so i deleted that file then rebooted, ifconfig still only shows lo and no eth0, sudo ifup eth0 still says no such device18:50
hatakeWhereIsMySpoon, ifconfig -a ?18:51
WhereIsMySpoonhatake: lists lo and eth118:51
beanhatake, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebootstrapChroot why not just follow that?18:51
zykotick9WhereIsMySpoon: just configure eth1 instead of eth018:52
hatakeWhereIsMySpoon, so eth1 no eth0 change18:52
nibblerWhereIsMySpoon: funny.... maybe you are not meant to have eth0, but only eth1 ,-) but just for curiosity: dmesg | grep eth18:52
hatakeWhereIsMySpoon, ifup eth118:52
WhereIsMySpoonnibbler: http://pastie.org/610515318:52
beanlol, renamed eth0 to eth118:52
beanso it is eth118:53
WhereIsMySpoonhatake: http://pastie.org/610515518:53
zykotick9bean: BAD suggestion18:53
beanzykotick9, why18:53
xasteysweet dual booting works.. kick ass18:53
zykotick9bean: oh, you didn't mean the device.  sorry.18:53
hatakebean, on now debootstrap18:53
beanhatake, what is your main language? they might be able to help more in that chan18:54
WhereIsMySpoonifconfig doesnt show eth1, only ifconfig -a, and if i try to bring eth1 up, it says  http://pastie.org/610515518:54
WhereIsMySpooni changed eth0 to eth1 in the /etc/network/interfaces18:54
beanokay, re-paste your /etc/network/interfaces18:54
WhereIsMySpoonso its using that instead18:54
zykotick9bean: i doubt hatake is going to find people who use debootstrap for install in any language.  why do it that way, when there is install media available?  it's sillyness.18:54
WhereIsMySpoonbean: http://pastie.org/610517118:55
beanyou missed an eth018:55
WhereIsMySpoonwhy do i need eth0, it isnt even here anymore o.o18:55
al__This is driving me crazy: in default 12.10 install, firefox has some ubuntu plugin.  on start-up, it uses about:startpage.  Where are the links (9 tiles) for this page stored, and how can they be changed?  I can't find in about:config, and or in any settings files in ~/.mozilla18:55
beanWhereIsMySpoon, you didnt change one of the eth0s to eth118:56
a__bean, trying to configure ltsp on ubuntu 12.0418:56
WhereIsMySpoonoops lol18:56
beana__, ?18:56
al__*firefox extension, not plugin18:57
WhereIsMySpoonifconfig now shows eth1 as up, thanks all18:57
prashant_123456bean,  trying to configure ltsp on ubuntu 12.0418:57
beanprashant_123456, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/LTSPQuickInstall seems to be the docs on that18:58
prashant_123456bean, yes followed the instructions but no luck with tftpd18:58
beanprashant_123456, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuLTSP/Troubleshooting/TFTP might help?18:59
HaliteHow can I run a .jar file19:00
llutzHalite: java -jar foo.jar19:00
Halitellutz: How can I run this command19:01
prashant_123456bean, also tried that one19:01
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NathasarI finally gave up on using my Netgear MA111 USB wireless networking adapter and I'm trying to get my ubuntu desktop online using Windows 7 Internet Connection Sharing. When I plug in my ethernet into my laptop, ubuntu gets the IP address and remains offline. How do I get this to work?19:02
ThinkT510!ics | Nathasar19:03
ubottuNathasar: If you want to share the internet connection of your Ubuntu machine with other machines in the network see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Internet/ConnectionSharing19:03
beanprashant_123456, okay, is your TFTP server running?19:03
NathasarThinkT510: no. I want to share my windows box's internet with ubuntu, not the other way around.19:03
prashant_123456bean, yes its running19:04
zykotick9Nathasar: fyi, that 169 ip is no ip at all...19:04
beanprashant_123456, okay, and can you connect to it from another machine?19:04
Nathasarzykotick9: yes I am aware of that. How do I get a REAL ip address19:04
HaliteHow can I run a .jar file19:05
beanprashant_123456, can you pastebin me the output of "sudo netstat -lpn"19:05
zykotick9Nathasar: no clue (seems like a windows issue to me)19:05
beanHalite, someone already told you -- "java -jar foo.jar"19:05
Halitebean: But where do I run java -jar foo.jar19:06
beanon the command line in the same directory as your jar19:06
Halitehow do I open a command line19:06
al__Halite: control+alt+t  then browse to your foo.jar file, then run it19:06
Halite(I prefer a commandline that doesn't fill the whole screen)19:07
Haliteal__: screenshot19:07
Nathasarhow do I release and renew ubuntu's ip address19:07
sasserHalite, if you have a classpath already configured, you may do it anywhere in terminal. Also, you have to run it inside the java directory19:07
zykotick9Nathasar: "sudo dhclient INTERFACE"19:07
al__In default 12.10 install, firefox uses the ubuntu extension.  On start-up, it uses about:startpage.  Not sure if this is the extension or vanilla ff, but where are the links (9 tiles) for this page stored, and how can they be changed?  I can't find in about:config, and or in any settings files in ~/.mozilla,  Thoughts?19:07
Halite(I prefer a commandline that doesn't fill the whole screen)19:08
jcabo_Nathasar: to put a fixed IP in eth0 do: 'ifconfig eth0 inet your.ip.address..'19:08
HaliteDoes the command line take over the graphics19:08
jcabo_Nathasar: it has to be in the same subnet as your windows machine, and maybe you have to define the windows machine as the gateway with ifconfig gw19:09
beanprashant_123456, looks to me like your tftp server is not running19:09
al__Halite: no, it just opens a window.  control+alt+f1 does fullscreen.19:09
prashant_123456bean, ok19:09
jcabo_Nathasar: (I'm assuming dhcp didn't work, that is why the fixed ip)19:09
prashant_123456bean, how to start19:09
FaroukBAhello everyone. every time I update my kernel, the processor's ventilator starts turning at its max, stays like 3 min then returnes to normal. is it normal?19:10
prashant_123456bean, tftpd already running19:10
beanprashant_123456, i didn't see it in your running services,19:10
Nathasarmy windows box says its ip address is, and I can ping that address from ubuntu19:11
verticalvoidhello all.  i've been working on installing my server (12.04 LTS) and have been trying to set up a mail server properly.  i've pretty much have followed the howto guides (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PostfixCompleteVirtualMailSystemHowto), but am now at an empasse because squirrelmail is not working!  i already have postfix and postfixadmin (although, not sure if I need that ? ) installed, courier is also what i am using.  19:11
prashant_123456bean, when i issue command start tftpd-hpa i get its already running19:11
Nathasarubuntu says its address is, and I can ping that address from windows19:11
prashant_123456bean, how to troubleshoot please tell me19:11
Halitewhat was the command again19:11
beanHalite, you could scroll back up,19:12
Nathasarjcabo_: I can ping each machine from the other, but ubuntu still has no internet access. what else?19:12
beanprashant_123456, It could be any number of things.19:12
prashant_123456bean, please tell me how to do it the correct way19:12
SonikkuAmericaNathasar, which VM program are you using?19:12
onepissedoffguyhow do i exit out of the x server?19:12
beanprashant_123456, I don't think I can help, really, sorry.19:13
NathasarSonikkuAmerica: what's a VM program19:13
jcabo_Nathasar: then I think it is a problem with windows. Windows must act as a NAT19:13
prashant_123456bean, its ok sir19:13
Nathasarjcabo_ what's a NAT19:13
onepissedoffguyi hate nvidia drivers with a passion19:13
SonikkuAmericaNathasar: Did you mean a dual-boot system?19:13
beanprashant_123456, one sec, does /etc/default/tftpd-hpa exist19:13
Tex_NickFaroukBA:  if you don't get an answer here, you might try #ubuntu-server19:13
jcabo_Nathasar: which means it is up to windows to forward ubuntu's requests to the internet19:13
onepissedoffguyits telling me to exit out of the x server to install19:13
NathasarSonikkuAmerica: no. I have a ubuntu desktop and a windows 7 laptop19:13
SonikkuAmericaNathasar, VM programs let you run virtual machine.19:13
zykotick9onepissedoffguy: are you trying to install nvidia drivers from nvidia.com?  BAD idea.19:13
jcabo_Nathasar: internet connection sharing makes windows act as a NAT, but you have to tell it the interface where ubuntu connects19:14
Tex_NickFaroukBA:  sorry wrong nick :(19:14
onepissedoffguysteam doesnt want to work19:14
FaroukBAtex_nick, ok thanks ^^19:14
SonikkuAmericaNathasar: I see. 2 diff machines.19:14
patrycjuszhi all, i have a problem with apache on linux19:14
onepissedoffguyand synaptic doesnt want to work either19:14
Nathasarjcabo_: I told it to use ethernet to communicate with ubuntu, but they still get 169.254 addresses.19:14
beanpatrycjusz, what is your apache issue19:14
patrycjuszi have used vagrant to install server19:14
jcabo_Nathasar: no, you must select the wifi interface to be shared for internet connection sharing19:15
patrycjuszand create site using a2ensite19:15
onepissedoffguyif someone could tell me how to get nvidia drivers to work that would be great19:15
patrycjuszbut when i want restert i have an error in line 219:15
prashant_123456bean, yes it exist19:15
jcabo_Nathasar: and don't worry about the address, if you can ping windows. The address in internet connection sharing will always be internal, and forwarded by NAT to the internet.19:15
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patrycjuszSyntax error on line 237 of /etc/apache2/apache2.conf: Syntax error on line 16 of /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/cw_my_project: Expected </Directory> but saw </VirtualHost>19:15
patrycjuszAction 'configtest' failed.19:15
patrycjuszThe Apache error log may have more information.19:15
patrycjusz   ...fail!19:15
beanpatrycjusz, okay? so whats the problem, please dont use enter as punctuation.  Can you paste me your file that it says it has an error on? Please use paste.ubuntu.com19:15
FloodBot1patrycjusz: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.19:15
Tex_Nickverticalvoid:  if you don't get an answer here, you might try #ubuntu-server19:16
patrycjuszok one sec19:16
beanprashant_123456, pastebinme the contents of it19:16
verticalvoidTex_Nick:  got that you were talking to me, over there now asking as well.19:17
root__help is a new19:17
jj1234is it possible to setup linux to boot using a file on a FAT32 partition as its rootfs?19:17
MonkeyDust!rootirc | root__19:17
ubotturoot__: It's not technically our business, but we'd like to tell you that IRC'ing as root is a Very Bad Idea (tm). After all, doing anything as root when root is not needed is bad, and especially bad with software that connects to the Internet.19:17
zykotick9jj1234: isn't that what wubi does?19:17
Tex_Nickverticalvoid:  ok hope you get an answer :)19:17
jj1234I'd like to be able to switch back and forth easily between rootfs images w/o having to create multiple partitions19:17
prashant_123456bean, http://paste.ubuntu.com/1630408/19:17
jj1234I guess I'm not familiar with wubi19:17
Nathasarjcabo_: in ubuntu when I type ping yahoo.com I get ping: unknown host yahoo.com19:17
bekksjj1234: There is no way linux provides that ability.19:18
beanprashant_123456, no, the contents of /etc/default/tftpd-hpa19:18
beanroot__, type /quit19:18
prashant_123456bean, ok19:18
purezenHey guys..!! I am using Ubuntu 12.10 and trying to compile Firefox for Android.. and it requires a 32-bit NDK to compile code.. which is where I am running into trouble.. it says 'C compiler cannot create executables'..19:19
SonikkuAmericaprashant_123456, all that shows is that all but 1 item is set to mode 64419:19
purezen can anyone help me get it running..?  I also don't know if I have properly enabled ia32-libs..19:19
jcabo_Nathasar: try running 'sudo dhclient eth0' so that it gets the NAT info from windows (dns server, gateway) so that it can know yahoo.com host19:19
verticalvoidTex_Nick:  me too!  got the two sites running, and pretty much it all installed (following the howtos), but son of a gun if i dunno this stuff.  brand new to me.  and to think i spend the rest of my week thinking about sheaves and cohomologies and wreath products -- amongst other esoteric things. :/19:19
MonkeyDustNathasar  if you can ping an ip address, but not an url, then it's a DNS issue19:19
prashant_123456bean, http://paste.ubuntu.com/1630415/19:19
h00kpurezen: that's probably a better question for an android channel19:19
BoySScoutpls join #yetanotherubuntuchannel19:19
prashant_123456SonikkuAmerica, please explain that19:19
beanBoySScout, what?19:20
Nathasarjcabo_: sudo dhclient eth0 freezes my terminal.19:20
SonikkuAmericaprashant_123456, it's long, so I'll PM you19:20
zykotick9MonkeyDust: with 169 IPs, i believe it's still an IP issue...19:20
jcabo_Nathasar: go to a different terminal (Alt-F2)19:20
prashant_123456SonikkuAmerica, ok sir19:20
purezenh00k: I thought it has to do more with multiarch support on Ubuntu for ia32-libs..19:21
Nathasarjcabo_: on this terminal it asked for my sudo password, THEN froze my terminal.19:21
h00kI fail19:21
jcabo_Nathasar: close it with Ctrl-C or change to a different terminal19:21
BoySScouthow do i disable joins and parts?19:21
beanBoySScout, depends on your chat client19:22
MonkeyDustBoySScout  depends on your irc client19:22
jcabo_Nathasar: Alt-F1, Alt-F2, etc. to go to terminal 1, terminal 219:22
beanprashant_123456, still i need what is in the file, not the ls -la of it19:22
patrycjuszbean: thanks so much, it was enter in my file http://paste.ubuntu.com/1630423/19:22
Nathasarjcabo_: I can consistently hang any terminal I run using sudo dhclient eth019:22
beanpatrycjusz, it pays to double check things ;)19:22
jcabo_Nathasar: dhclient is the program that does the DHCP (gets DNS server, gateway, etc.)19:23
prashant_123456bean, ok isee19:23
jcabo_Nathasar: What do you mean that dhclient freezes the terminal ? Can you close it with Ctrl-C ?19:24
Nathasarjcabo_: yes19:24
bekksjj1234: Then it doesnt freeze anything.19:24
jcabo_Nathasar: It is normal for dhclient to keep running. It is the dhcp client part of the connection19:24
zykotick9Nathasar: running dhclient isn't going to work, that's wy you have 169 IPs - there is no DHCP server running.19:25
jcabo_Nathasar: if you want to send it to the background, then use the character '&' which returns you to the terminal immediatle, like: 'sudo dhclient eth0 &'19:25
prashant_123456bean, http://paste.ubuntu.com/1630448/19:25
recon_lapjcabo_: try nm-tool , and pastebin the output19:25
beanprashant_123456, is the IP of your machine?19:26
prashant_123456bean, yes it my machine which i m running tftp server19:27
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purezenh00K: That's fine..19:28
SonikkuAmericaprashant_123456, did you catch all that in my PM?19:28
__Hybris__msg NickServ identify OoT5snkv19:29
prashant_123456SonikkuAmerica, i got all your pm19:29
DJones__Hybris__: New password time19:29
__Hybris__WHy does it switch windows by itself?19:29
prashant_123456SonikkuAmerica, ok got it19:29
Nathasarrecon_lap: jcabo_: nm-tool result http://pastebin.com/aQ3pkn7419:29
Tm_T__Hybris__: language, please ):19:29
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jcabo_Nathasar: according to the pastebin, you don't have a gateway set. The gateway is the windows computer. This means that Internet Connection Sharing is not configured properly in windows and isn't giving ubuntu the gateway configuration.19:31
jcabo_Nathasar: please review the steps for internet connection sharing in the windows computer.19:31
verticalvoidanyone have experience in setting up one mailserver for multiple domains ? :/19:32
recon_lapNathasar: no gateway Gateway: , do you have your network info?19:32
jcabo_Nathasar: remember that the interface to share is the wifi (or whatever interface is on the internet), not the ethernet, in windows.19:32
Tm_Tbeboj: please stick in channel topic19:33
MonkeyDustverticalvoid  #ubuntu-server19:33
Tera_Giga_MegS127.0.0.0 default windows19:34
MonkeyDustTera_Giga_MegS  ?19:35
bebojTm_T: sorry for a offtop19:36
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StuartIanNaylorHeeelp!!! :)19:39
StuartIanNayloranyone done a recent update and has software raid?19:39
StuartIanNaylorFor some reason my raid partitions are not being detected19:40
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prashant_123456bean any help19:42
StuartIanNaylorAnyone a software raid expert?19:45
MonkeyDustStuartIanNaylor  you too, better ask in #ubuntu-server19:46
purezenHey guys.. any assisstance to get ia32-libs support (multiarch)..?19:48
verticalvoidMonkeyDust: yeah ... no one is responding there ...19:49
bcbc2purezen: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i38619:51
MonkeyDustverticalvoid  try ##networking (double #)19:51
purezenbcbc2: Thanks.. did the same but does not seem to be working..19:51
purezenbcbc2: Thanks.. did the same but does not seem to be working..bcbc2: though.. I did it after installing ia32-libs..19:52
zykotick9purezen: you really shouldn't be using ia32-* on multiarch systems... by do you need it?19:52
HaliteAre there any software development programs for Ubuntu19:54
hotmedalI am unable to connect to my wifi network after an upgrade although the network is visible. I'm currently using a USB tether from my phone. Should I install wicd or is there an easier fix?19:54
HaliteI want to create an automatic .jar file opener that opens a hidden terminal and automatically runs java -jar [file]19:54
hotmedalthe internet, btw, tells me that wics isn19:55
hotmedalt really a fix19:55
MonkeyDustHalite  you want to create an app?19:55
HaliteMonkeyDust: yes19:55
hiloCan someone explain why the later suggestion here is only for last resort? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo#Allowing_Established_Sessions19:56
D7Ianpurezen, try apt-cache search refit , it's a grafical boot menu19:56
MonkeyDustHalite  in what language?19:56
HaliteMonkeyDust: any language that Ubuntu can run19:57
HaliteMonkeyDust: most if not all of the programming languages I've learnt are Windows-specific19:57
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HaliteMonkeyDust: one exception is Javascript19:58
MonkeyDustHalite  there's  #ubuntu-app-devel, but i'm not sure if that's what you're looking for19:58
purezenzykotick9: I need to compile Firefox for Android using 32-bit NDK on my 64-bit Ubuntu..19:58
HaliteMonkeyDust: I'll have a look19:58
jj1234is it impractical to just make initramd to be my entire rootfs?19:58
purezenD7Ian: Thanks.. seeing it..19:59
jj1234i'm trying to package things up into as few files as possible19:59
zykotick9purezen: i think you're going to have issue compiling arm stuff on 64bit.  best of luck.19:59
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verticalvoid\join squirrelmail20:00
UmairI'm back!20:00
verticalvoidother /20:00
magn3tsOkay, +1 is dead, how do I debug Ubiquity simply stalling for no apparent reason on the transition from step 2 -> 3?20:02
SonikkuAmerica+1 is dead?20:02
Umairguys I installed Ubuntu on VirtualBox and then ran "apt-get update && apt-get upgrade" then I tried to install build-essentials and it gave me dependency errors, what went wrong?20:03
bekksUmair: How could we know without knowing which Ubuntu you are using, and without knowing the full and exact error message?20:04
Umairhaha right20:05
Umairmy bed. here you go20:05
lesshasteis there a good space invaders clone for ubuntu?20:05
Umairmy ba*d20:05
ThinkT510!enter | Umair20:05
ubottuUmair: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line. Don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!20:05
zykotick9lesshaste: <joking> sure ninvaders20:05
Umairsorry. technology has ruined me20:06
Umair@bekks it's asking for dpkg package20:07
Umairif I install dpkg, it asks for other missing package and it just goes like this20:08
bekksUmair: And we shall guess the error, right?20:08
zykotick9Umair: no need for @ in irc, this isn't twitter/identica20:08
UmairI use hipchat at work so I use @ a lot there, I won't use it here anymore20:08
lesshastezykotick9, :)20:09
Umairthis going to be fun learning from your guys. I'm so excited!20:10
Umairbekks actually I'm away from my linux machine at the moment, can you please guess what can go wrong? I would try whatever you say because it's VM20:11
zykotick9Umair: fyi you can use TAB to autocomplete nicks, like bek<TAB>.  use tab multiple times to cycle through matching nicks.20:12
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Umairzykotick9: thanks man20:15
Umairzykotick9: feels a lot like terminal20:15
bekksUmair: I am sorry, for not having a glass orb handy ;)20:15
zykotick9bekks: my crystal-ball is out for repair as well ;)20:16
bekkszykotick9: OMG, what shall we do now?! :P20:16
UmairUmair is dull20:16
Umairglass orb?20:16
Umairbekks, zykotick9 what time is it at your side? it's 1 AM here. Plan to start over tomorrow morning20:20
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zykotick9Umair: #ubuntu is open 24/720:21
Umairyeah but would like to see you guys20:21
cachedwhen i go to smb://cat.com in nautilus, where does it actually get mounted?20:22
zykotick9cached: check ~/.gvfs (might not be there though)20:23
cachedzykotick9: perfect. thanks!20:23
zykotick9cached: was it there?20:23
cachedzykotick9: yep20:23
nizorneed help ...my universal modem cannot auto install on ma system20:23
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nizorWhat should I do?20:24
ncmxcxx do intel processors in the blue box come with a cooling fan?20:31
zykotick9ncmxcxx: perhaps ask in ##hardware as that's not an "ubuntu" question.20:32
DJonesncmxcxx: Probably a question for ##hardware20:32
ncmxcxxok ty20:32
KrisBHello,  I need a graphic card to work properly on http://www.asus.com/Commercial_Server_Workstation/PCDL_Deluxe/#specifications motherboard . Can you advise me which one to buy?:)20:34
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nineteen67cometHello; I'm trying to get my head around autofs for nfs shares. I already mount them automaticaly with fstab on boot, but I don't use them but every few days. I followed several examples and am totally confused. If I use /media as the default nfs point for me servers /media/movies and /media/stuff directories does that mean my USB devices can't use /media?20:38
nineteen67cometbasically, does auto.master's syntax "/nfs   /etc/auto.nfs" direct it to create /nfs and mount there? then auto.nfs "/media/movies -fstype=nfs4" in my case .. would mount /nfs/media/movies?20:41
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Sanarieli need some help with my iscsi san20:51
guiritterHi everyone! I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 for test purposes. A notification about proprietary drivers popped up. I want to know how can I find out the name of the packages associated with this driver.20:52
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hotmedalI can see my wifi network but I can't connect to it since the last upgrade. Even wicd doesn't work. Says Bad Password. Any ideas? Please tell me this isn't a driver problem.20:55
AnsiktTrying to install Ubuntu from an existing linux, without a flash drive or a cd.20:56
AnsiktI've been trying via Unetbootin, but for whatever reason it doesn't take (it doesn't modify my grub, for whatever reason)20:57
AnsiktAny suggestions?20:57
remonteesHello the gnomes !20:57
O3BEPNHi'm not gnome, i'm a kde user:)20:58
abdohello  :)20:58
hotmedalAnsikt: have you considered changing it manually?20:59
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guiritterAnsikt: I vote for backup, format and reinstall20:59
Tex_Nickpeople : it almost looks like everyone is out to lunch cause everyone quit answering questions about 30 minutes ago :)20:59
repozitori have ubuntu 64bite, am i have i386 toolchain?21:00
repozitorhow to check if i have it or not?21:00
hotmedalTex_Nick: It's 2 AM in Pakistan. I want my wifi to work :(21:00
Ansikthotmedal: What's would I put in as the grub entry?  Where does unetbootin reside?21:00
abdoany one know  how to fix update problem on ubntu 12.10  !! ?21:00
Ansiktguiritter: Huh?21:01
zykotick9abdo: more details required.  error message?21:01
hotmedalAnsikt: sorry, I'm not sure. But I once rescued a bad grub by replacing the files from a different install. I have forgotten the details completely.21:01
Halitehow do you shut down Ubuntu21:02
guiritterAnsikt: Just backup everything important, format the whole disk, if you use all of it, and install everything from scratch. That's the most headache-less answer.21:02
hotmedalHalite: man shutdown21:02
zykotick9Halite: "sudo shutdown -h now" is one way21:02
Haliteis there a user-friendly way21:02
Vivekanandahello everyone. I stopped two jobs ctrl z in cli ubuntu linux. How do I find them and either restart the first one or kill it ?21:02
lynkHalite: sudo poweroff, or sudo reboot is slightly simpler21:02
Tex_NickHalite:  are you using unity ?21:03
Vivekanandafg just starts the last stopped job21:03
hotmedalclick the computer on the top left, there should be shut down in the dropdown menu. Depends on your UI21:03
guiritterHalite: possibly a button in the top right, too21:03
Ansiktguiritter: I think you may be replying to the wrong person.  I'm trying to reinstall without using an external media.  I'm already backed up, and I have my disk properly partitioned/formatted.21:03
AnsiktVivekananda: "jobs" is the command you're looking for21:04
guiritterAnsikt: yeah, I have no experience with that21:04
AnsiktIt will give you the numbers of the frozen commands, which you can then select with fg.21:04
Vivekanandaso i just type jobs in the cli ?? or sudo jobs ??21:05
hotmedalI can see my wifi network but I can't connect to it since the last upgrade. Even wicd doesn't work. Says Bad Password. Any ideas? Please tell me this isn't a driver problem.21:05
Lou3l3v3nHi y aurait il des francophones ? je suis en galère avec irc21:05
zykotick9!fr | Lou3l3v3n21:05
ubottuLou3l3v3n: Nous sommes désolés, mais ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.21:05
abdohow i can fix this  plz :)21:05
AnsiktJust "jobs" as whatever user ran them.  May need sudo if you ran them as sudo.21:05
Vivekanandaok got it. Gives me nothing whic assume means all jobs were killed21:06
hotmedalabdo: click it21:06
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Wughello there ubuntu21:06
Wugso I've made progress with my disk issues of yesterday evening21:07
WugI've imaged the entire disk, and I've also made an image of the disk with the first 200GB sliced off21:07
abdo<hotmedal> click ?21:07
hotmedalusing the mouse, yes21:07
WugI've succeeded in locating the lost partition in the sliced disk, using testdisk, with a partition type of "none"21:08
Wugan intensive search finds the partition after some time21:08
Wughaven't found it with the other one yet, it gets caught up on the aborted copy that's before it21:08
abdohotmedal> u mean this link http://montagne-cable.legtux.org/ ?21:09
WugOnce I get it back I'll post a synopsis of my steps21:09
hotmedalabdo: no I mean your exclamation mark error21:09
abdoaha  ok21:09
hotmedalWug: what exactly is it you're doing? I have had horrible experience with testdisk on linux filesystem21:10
Wuggparted was moving an ntfs partition several hundred GB to the left and was interrupted about 90GB in21:10
Wugwhen I pulled it up again, the partition was displayed as taking all of the available space, but being badly corrupted21:11
Wugthe original partition appears to be unscathed at its original location, but there is no longer a partition table entry for it, and the fact that its inside the other partition is throwing off most analysis tools21:12
Wugok, a full comprehensive scan appears to have just picked up the original lost partition at its original location in the complete image21:13
woo! root | woo21:13
ubottuwoo, please see my private message21:13
guntbertWug: with a problem that needs such a long description irc might not be optimal - try http://askubuntu.com/21:13
abdoReading package lists... Done21:14
abdoW: A error occurred during the signature verification. The repository is not updated and the previous index files will be used. GPG error: http://extras.ubuntu.com quantal Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG 16126D3A3E5C1192 Ubuntu Extras Archive Automatic Signing Key <ftpmaster@ubuntu.com>21:14
abdoW: GPG error: http://dl.google.com stable Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG A040830F7FAC5991 Google, Inc. Linux Package Signing Key <linux-packages-keymaster@google.com>21:14
abdoW: Failed to fetch http://extras.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/quantal/Release21:14
abdoW: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.21:14
FloodBot1abdo: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.21:14
Wugguntbert: I made a thread on ubuntuforums yesterday but haven't checked it21:14
abdoReading package lists... Done21:14
wolftuneHi, I have two computers, one where I have a glitch and the other not, but installs are almost identical21:15
Wugthe thing about what im doing is it's probably only rarely been successfully done21:15
wolftuneI know how to export an installed packages list21:15
Wugim not sure anyone can tell me how to do it, I might be on my own21:15
abdoW: A error occurred during the signature verification. The repository is not updated and the previous index files will be used. GPG error: http://extras.ubuntu.com quantal Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG 16126D3A3E5C1192 Ubuntu Extras Archive Automatic Signing Key <ftpmaster@ubuntu.com>21:15
wolftuneIs there an easy way to take the two lists and see a difference?21:15
guntbertabdo: STOP21:15
Wugabdo: use a pasting serving21:15
Wugdont spam the channel21:15
Tex_Nickwolftune:  in terminal have a look at info diff21:16
kubuntu_userI have a problem with kubuntu 12.04 can anyone help me?21:16
KrisBnv18 x86/MMX/SSE2  Ubuntu 12.04, how to make it work?..21:16
zykotick9!clone | wolftune you could try adapting this21:16
ubottuwolftune you could try adapting this: 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 !automate21:16
wooin theory: If I don't set the root password how can I lock down from any privladge escalation attacks?21:16
Wugwoo: if you make the system deny root logins21:17
wolftuneno, I don't want to clone or replicate21:17
wolftuneWhat I'm trying to do is isolate the source a bug21:17
guntbertwoo: use !sudo21:17
Wugubuntu is configured this way by default.  The expected way to elevate is to use sudo, which requires your password21:18
zykotick9wolftune: use above to create installed lists, then use diff on the two lists.21:18
wolftunewhere one machine exhibits it and the others no21:18
guntbert!sudo | woo21:18
ubottuwoo: sudo is a command to run command-line programs with superuser privileges ("root") (also see !cli). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for more information. For graphical applications see !gksu (GNOME, Xfce), or !kdesudo (KDE). If you're unable to execute commands with sudo see: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/fixsudo21:18
wolftuneok, so the lists will be ordered the same and easy to diff?21:18
wolftuneI've just not done diff before21:18
wooty | everyone21:18
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hotmedalI can see my wifi network but I can't connect to it since the last upgrade. Even wicd doesn't work. Says Bad Password. Any ideas? Please tell me this isn't a driver problem.21:19
KrisBor at least, what recommendation do you have  (I have an AGP slot in my motherbord)...?21:19
Tex_Nickwolftune:  i don't really think that would be the best solution ... unfortunately i can't tell you would be a good solution :(21:19
zykotick9hotmedal: have you consider, it's a "bad password"21:19
Wuglol testdisk: I found a partition called "bQ0p7K7WdDbxNnlXlwpz6jpWy".  was that it? "nope"21:19
hotmedalconsidered, the password is correct. two windows and one android devices to vouch for it21:20
Wughotmedal: if you change the security settings, can you connect then?21:21
Wugto a different encryption scheme, or unencrypted21:21
Wugnot a general solution, but it might help identify the problem21:21
guntbert!enter | Wug21:21
ubottuWug: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line. Don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!21:21
hotmedalyeah I'll try21:21
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guiritterI'm using Ubuntu 10.04 for test purposes. A notification about proprietary drivers popped up. I want to know how can I find out the name of the packages associated with this driver.21:25
zykotick9guiritter: driver for what?  try "apt-cache serach WHATYOURLOOKINGFOR"21:26
bonhoefferi just plugged in my drive and it was part of a raid array -- how can i mount it in ubuntu21:27
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bonhoefferi tried in Disk utility and i get Not enough components available to start the RAID Array21:27
Wuggenerally one does not mount "part" of a raid array21:28
bekksbonhoeffer: That message tells you everything.21:28
StuartIanNaylorbonhoeffer have you installed mdadm21:28
bonhoefferno, it might tell you everything . . .21:28
guiritterzykotick9: I don't think that alone is going to help, but I'll try. It's an onboard wireless card.21:28
StuartIanNaylormdadm --assemble --scan21:28
bekksbonhoeffer: The message is enough. There are not enough disks to reassemble the raid array.21:28
bonhoefferStuartIanNaylor, no, but is that the recommended way to go21:28
bekksbonhoeffer: Yes, it is. Using a raid array, you have to reassemble it for using it.21:29
bonhoefferbekks, ah -- so i need to bring in the other disk as well . . . hmm. this is confusing -- so if one disk went bad, i couldn't get my data?21:29
StuartIanNayloryeap I have been at it all day did a upgrade and in livecd can see raid partitions21:29
Wugwas it a raid 0?21:29
bonhoefferi forget what it was, but in my mind the raid array was mirroring everything exactly21:29
bekksbonhoeffer: Wrong. All but one disks are "gone" in your case.21:29
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StuartIanNaylorbut trying to boot is another matter21:29
bekksbonhoeffer: Not "just one".21:29
bonhoefferWug, yes i believe it was21:29
bekksusing a raid0, you have to have ALL disks.21:30
Wugraid 0 offers no mirroring, only striping, and is not "true" RAID21:30
bonhoeffermaybe it was raid one then21:30
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bekksWug: It is a TRUE RAID, according to the definition of a RAID array. :)21:30
bonhoefferi purchased two disks, put them on my NAS and i was thinking that everything was backed up in two places21:30
StuartIanNaylorraid1 mirror and your ok raid0 loose one disk lose all data21:30
Wugbekks: it's not redundant.  its just an AID21:30
bonhoefferI believe it was raid 121:30
zykotick9bekks: no redundancy = not RAID ;)21:31
StuartIanNaylorstripe is fast and still raid21:31
bonhoefferso the recommendation is to plug in the other disk21:31
bekkszykotick9: Redundancy == 0 ;)21:31
WugRAID0 is not raid21:31
StuartIanNaylorraid0 ain't raid is a bit of a daft statement :)21:31
bekksRAID0 is well defined as being RAID. No argument needed about that.21:31
ubottu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!21:31
bonhoeffersorry i don't know my terms, but if it was raid 1, shouldn't i be able to get at the data -- i.e. see it as a mountable drive?21:31
bekksbonhoeffer: It is missing at least one more disk as the message states - so it wasnt RAID1.21:32
StuartIanNayloryeah with a mirror21:32
Wugit's called raid zero because it's less than raid1, which is the first true raid21:32
StuartIanNayloralso it should boot21:32
bekksWug: Dont argue about a defined standard please.21:32
bonhoefferbekks, fair enough -- so i screwed up what i understood21:32
bekksbonhoeffer: Yes.21:32
StuartIanNaylorsoftware raid1 is the only one you can use for /boot21:33
bonhoefferok -- thanks -- so should i place both disks back in the nas, or can i plug them into this ubuntu box?21:33
bonhoefferand rebuild the raid here on this box?21:33
bekksbonhoeffer: You have to put them into your NAS.21:33
bonhoefferok -- got it -- thanks21:33
bonhoefferyou just saved me a lot of time21:33
bonhoefferpowering down21:34
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hotmedalWug: it didn't work21:34
hotmedalwpa-psk, wep-psk, open21:35
hotmedalnothing connects21:35
Wughotmedal: that would indicate a driver issue probably21:35
alamihello i have install jdk and every time i viste a web site with chrome he tell me to install java21:39
Tex_Nickalamii: jdk is not what you want21:39
Tex_Nickwhat you want is flash21:40
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alamiTex_Nick: not when i click install missing mising plugins21:40
alamii will transeferd to java.com21:41
alamii have java21:41
alamisorry i mean i have flash21:41
alamibut i thing my browser don't know where java ios21:41
alamiwhere is java21:41
Tex_Nickalami:  jdk is the java developers kit used to develop java applications21:41
alamiTex_Nick: i have openjdk 721:42
alamiTex_Nick: what do you i need to run java application on my browser21:43
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Tex_Nickalami:  have a look at ... http://java.com/en/download/faq/chrome.xml21:45
alamiTex_Nick: do you use java.com21:46
alamiwhy not open source one?21:46
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Wugalami: I think to run java in browser you need the iced tea plugin21:47
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Tex_Nickalami:  i use the firefox browser21:47
Wugnot 100% sure, been a while since I thought it was safe to run it in-browser.  try googling java icedtea21:47
jeeves_mosshow do I setup fprint so that I can use EITHER my password or fingerprint, and not be required for both?21:49
Tex_NickWug : i don't use chromium, but does he just need to enable it ?21:49
Tex_NickWug : enable java that is ?21:50
WugTex_Nick: last I checked, the versions of java available in the repos come with no browser plugin functionality whatsoever21:50
bekksThat must have been ages ago.21:50
STMelonhow to install oracle java with plugins in ubuntu21:51
bekks!java | STMelon21:51
ubottuSTMelon: To just use java you need a "Java Runtime Environment" (JRE) and/or a browser plugin. If that is not sufficient you will need a "Java Development Kit" (JDK) aka "Software  Development Kit" (SDK).  Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java about how to install one of three current implementations.21:51
STMeloni dont have java installed21:52
STMelonnor will i use openjdk jre21:52
STMeloni already "know" how to install it but thx21:52
bekksYou should read that link.21:52
STMeloni have21:52
STMelonhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java > http://www.duinsoft.nl/packages.php?t=en is down by the jre script section of that website21:53
bekksThen you would have read the part for Oracle Java.21:53
ClientAlivehas anyone heard of pentium builder before? http://linux.about.com/cs/linux101/g/pentiumbuilder.htm  <- is it a NO NO? They are talking about "Replaces gcc, cc, and g++..."21:53
ClientAliveshould I be leary?21:53
NoskcajUbuntu testing classroom session in #ubuntu-quality-chat21:53
STMelonyea bekks, basically why i dont have java installed, is because it is too vulnerable21:54
STMelonand java is becoming a has been on websites21:54
beanlinux, hi21:58
linuxhow are you21:58
beanthats a bit off topic.21:58
linuxwich topic21:58
sean_anyone good with ATI radeon hd 4200 and the newest fglrx-legacy(13.1) driver?21:58
beanThis is a support channel for ubuntu, linux21:58
linuxyour best chanel21:59
linuxsean have probelem with Ati21:59
beanwhat is you native language, linux21:59
linuxwhere are you from bean ? fr us ar its my lang22:00
beanlinux, do you need hekp with something linux related?22:00
zykotick9s/linux related/ubuntu related/  bean linux22:01
linuxwich kind of help you mean bean ?22:01
beanlinux, this is a channel for help with ubuntu.22:01
_DomY-DomInstalled ubuntu on mac, flash not working properly with chrome for some reason. Trying to follow this http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/flash-player-google-chrome.html#main_How_do_I_install_the_latest_version_of_Flash_Player_in_Google_Chrome_ and have downloaded libflashplayer.so but no idea what to do with it, there is no /opt/chromium directory..22:01
beanlinux, so unless you need help, you should probably find a different channel to chat in22:01
linuxi want to evaluate ?22:02
linuxif iam good bad or pro22:02
beanlinux, did you say you are french?22:02
linuxbean , i can talk thre lang fr ar us22:02
bean!fr | linux22:03
ubottulinux: Nous sommes désolés, mais ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.22:03
DeadWeaselhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/1630940/   <--Alfa Wirless awus036h on Ubuntu 12.04 seemingly dropping connect (possibly just dns, just rebooted hasn't happend again)22:03
beanif you'd rather talk there.22:03
linuxyes why , bean22:03
ubottuNous sommes désolés, mais ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.22:03
beanlinux, because your english is a bit hard to understand :)22:03
_DomY-Domlinux: I speak french.22:04
linuxso bean22:05
dydzEz2_what does $vt_handoff do22:05
linuxwhere are you from ?22:05
dydzEz2_after quit splash22:05
bean!ot | linux22:05
ubottulinux: #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!22:05
linuxwich version of linux you have ?22:06
DeadWeaselhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/1630940/   <--Alfa Wirless awus036h on Ubuntu 12.04 seemingly dropping connect (possibly just dns, just rebooted hasn't happend again) -- using openDns on Tomato router22:06
beanlinux, this is not the channel for that discussion. Unless you have an ubuntu related question you should probablyleave this channel22:06
_DomY-Domlinux: I have no idea how your username is linux if you're not an expert in linux and you're just coming here to mess around and ask people where they are from. Je peux te le répéter en français si t'as pas compris.22:07
dydzEz2_im getting black screen at login (actually takes me to a terminal login) its definitely graphical22:07
linuxbean ,22:07
kostkonbean, don't be so harsh22:07
linuxmethode for instal graphique card manual22:07
linuxon ubuntu22:07
_DomY-Domlinux: quel OS ?22:07
_DomY-Dom#ubuntu: Trying to install Flash fro Chromium on Ubuntu installed on  Mac. It's really annoying me, Chrome should have it yet at  about:plugins it isn't there. Trying to follow this  tutorial22:08
_DomY-Dom#ubuntu: Trying to install Flash fro Chromium on Ubuntu installed on  Mac. It's really annoying me, Chrome should have it yet at  about:plugins it isn't there. Trying to follow this  tutorial22:08
_DomY-Domhttp://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/flash-player-google-chrome.html#main_How_do_I_install_the_latest_version_of_Flash_Player_in_Google_Chrome_ but have no  idea where to put libflashplayer.so which I downloaded. Any  ideas ?22:08
_DomY-Dombean: Any idea ?22:09
dydzEz2_I FIGURED IT OUT! when pressing e at grub i had this option that said $vt.handoff22:09
dydzEz2_googled it and peopple said theres was set to 722:09
dydzEz2_i set it to 7 and my xubuntu shows the login22:09
dydzEz2_why did that 7 dissapear after installing restricted extras22:10
linuxhow to disable internet interface perm ?22:11
[HUN]Bitvilaghi everyone22:11
[HUN]Bitvilagi really need help from someone that knows ubuntu partitioning well22:12
DeadWeaselDNSmasq is default in 12.04....  with caching disabled.  is there a way to add a list of IPs that I want cached?  OpenDns seems to crap out on me.22:13
DeadWeaselhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/1630940/   <--Alfa Wirless awus036h on Ubuntu 12.04 seemingly dropping connect (possibly just dns, just rebooted hasn't happend again) -- using openDns on Tomato router22:13
DeadWeasellet me know if any more info is needed.22:13
DeadWeaseldigs are coming up quick and clean right now22:13
dydzEz2_Alright my screen was going black, so i pressed e while in grub and found some option after quit splash called "$vt_handoff" and it was just like that... i googled it and people said it was =7 so i set it =7 and no more black screen, also i removed it completely and xubuntu showed the login screen successfully again -- i think this appeared after i installed xubuntu restricted extras22:14
dydzEz2_what should i do with it22:14
dydzEz2_remove it permantely or make it =7?22:14
dydzEz2_im on xubuntu 12.1022:15
dinkelhilo, using the "dict" dictionary i'm a somehow dissappointed, since even rather common words are not found (e.g. eng -> ger translation of 'drone'). can i install alternative databases or better use a different dictionary? which one? this is meant for OFFLINE usage, i have to say.22:15
_DomY-DomHello #ubuntu: Trying to install Flash for Chromium on Ubuntu installed on  Mac. It's really annoying me, Chrome should have it yet at  about:plugins it isn't there. Trying to follow this  tutorial http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/flash-player-google-chrome.html#main_How_do_I_install_the_latest_version_of_Flash_Player_in_Google_Chrome_ but have no  idea where to put libflashplayer.so which I downloaded. Any  ideas ?22:15
[HUN]Bitvilagit seems noone is here to answer22:16
xanguadinkel: you mean stardict¿ you can add wikipedia and a lot of stuff22:17
dinkelnou, i'm using the 'dict' package. not stardict.22:18
dinkelyou recommend stardict?22:19
dinkelor  is stardict just a frontend to dict?22:21
[HUN]Bitvilaghi everyone. I would need some help with lvm and ubuntu: i have prematurely deleted the partition table of two harddrives that were in an lvm still active on the third harddrive with the system on22:22
noudinkel: i'm also using the dict package :)22:22
[HUN]Bitvilagwhat shall I do?22:22
_DomY-DomHello #ubuntu: Trying to install Flash for Chromium on Ubuntu installed on  Mac. It's really annoying me, Chrome should have it yet at  about:plugins it isn't there. Trying to follow this  tutorial http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/flash-player-google-chrome.html#main_How_do_I_install_the_latest_version_of_Flash_Player_in_Google_Chrome_ but have no  idea where to put libflashplayer.so which I downloaded. Any  ideas ?