r4yduanedesign this command cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep sse2 has no output05:09
r4yI need to do some things I have thought of but I will be back sometime. I hope to come back today but I am not sure yet.05:10
r4yI know of 3 ways to install flash, I am not sure about gnash and other replacements however because when I go to edit prefences applications in Firefox I can't get the paths to work and stick so05:12
r4yI will be back and sorry for all the trouble before. I have been a little upset about the whole flash problem I have been having. I don't understand why some people say they are happy they completely disabled flash when there are flash videos out there they might not be able to watch without flash05:15
r4yOK, I did not run any test but I found this link:05:23
r4yAs you can see sse2 is not on that list05:25
r4ySome flash videos that are on my computer when played through totem are completely smeared diagonally and some are as clear as should be05:29
r4yI use smplayer to play the smeared flash videos05:30
r4yThe only difference I see from the 2 videos I am trying to veiw is that the dimensions of the unsmeared flash video is 400 x 224 and the smeared flash video is 426 x 24005:32
r4ythat is no difference otherwise stated that I noticed to be different with these 2 flash videos05:33
r4yI tried getting a screenshot but it is black everytime05:36
r4yAlright so I need to go do chores as well as run some tests I thought of trying. Take care05:37
WhiteHippoHello all. I have an intermittent problem with ubuntu, suspected cause being banshee. After several hours of playing music, it messes up the taskbar graphics into squares of.. colour pixels. I'm running ubuntu 12.10 with cinnamon, and this problem only started after installing banshee.05:41
kalenjohnsonWhiteHippo, so if you leave it on for multiple hours with Banshee closed, you don't have any issues?06:36
robert__I'm trying find help with editing one of those icons along the left side of the screen.    Can someone please point me in the right direction?09:35
geirhaFirst you have to find the icon09:36
geirhaOr maybe you mean you want to set a different icon for one of the launchers?09:37
robert__I realize that I said stupid stuff.  What happened is that I installed google-earth and while it was running I pinned the icon to the thing along the left side of the screen. It just shows a question mark. I would like to change it to something to identify what it starts.09:38
robert__It might just be easier to start it from a terminal.09:39
r4yI've decided that this link was the answer I was looking for:11:42
r4ygnash did work but it was slow compared to flash 10.311:43
r4yAnd I think the reason why I have and can reproduce results for videos that are flash that are smeared and not smeared has to do with when the videos were made11:44
r4ycompared to my hardware11:44
r4yor flash or something like that11:44
r4yI've thought of trying the windows version of firefox through wine or playonlinux but at this point I am fairly happy that I can even view videos from the internet11:46
r4yI found this link: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1709156.html see ya, and ty all for the help over the years11:51
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Nick_UbuntuNoobHey guys, I'm brand new to linux and am trying to format my USB drive but can't find out how to do that19:33
ubot93For help with partitioning a new install see: https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/installation-guide/i386/partitioning.html - For partitioning programs see !GParted, !QtParted (!Kubuntu 8.10 and lower) or !PartitionManager (!Kubuntu 9.04 and up) - Other partitioning topics include !fstab !home and !swap19:33
holsteinNick_UbuntuNoob: i use gparted.. i use it with *care*19:33
Nick_UbuntuNoobhow can I get gparted? I remember seeing the terminal command but am seriously like 30 minutes of use time brand new19:34
holsteinor, open the package manager of your choice and install gparted19:34
Nick_UbuntuNoobah cool, got that installed19:37
Nick_UbuntuNoobwhere the heck did it install?19:39
Nick_UbuntuNoobnevermind, figured out the search function on the Ubuntu button or whatever it's called19:40
Nick_UbuntuNoobman, this is actually working now which is great. I tried this on my girlfriend's laptop but kept receiving device in use errors.19:42
Nick_UbuntuNoobso I think I understand how to make a multi partition for this USB device, does it matter whether the partition is resized to have data before or after it? I just received a popup saying that moving a /boot partition can cause OS launch failure19:46
holsteinNick_UbuntuNoob: what are you trying to do?19:47
Nick_UbuntuNooband what is the difference in alignment from cylinder to MiB? Should one be used over the other for this?19:47
Nick_UbuntuNoobI just want to make my 8gb USB drive have two partitions19:48
holsteinNick_UbuntuNoob: i would do that with the partition tool i mentioned.. gparted19:48
Nick_UbuntuNoobyeah, I'm in GParted right now19:49
Nick_UbuntuNoobI've deleted the partition it had, created a new fat32. Now I'm trying to resize it but want to ensure I'm using correct settings19:49
Nick_UbuntuNoobfigured it out; thanks for the help guys20:02

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