snadgewhat do yas reckon.. update my perfectly functioning 12.10 work pc.. to 13.04?00:56
snadgealready done it to my home pc.. and my netbook00:56
snadgenetbook actually seems quicker.. thats something you dont expect from a newer release00:57
snadgeperhaps the work put into a reduced memory footprint has really paid off00:57
snadgeand people say ubuntu contributes nothing.. pfft :P00:58
deadtriggersalesmen say: ubuntu is a company...01:05
Atlantic777company as... a friend?01:06
deadtriggerthe first company sold weeds and drugs...01:07
snadgeubuntu is a charity isnt it? .. canonical is an isle of man based company as well01:10
snadgeim curious why isle of man was picked.. over say, jersey or gournsey01:11
agresterGot a quick question, how do I install 13.04 daily build, I'm running 12.04 but want to upgrade...02:38
Gumbyhi all.  I'm trying to find out of there are any options for allowing notification icons to the taskbar in 13.04 since the whitelist is now gone.  anyone know if this is possible?02:39
robruagrester, sudo do-release-upgrade -d02:42
agresterand that'll bring it to 13.04 the daily image?02:43
agresterIf anything goes wrong how do I go back to 12.04?02:43
robruagrester, to downgrade I think you'd have to reinstall from install media02:44
robruagrester, also, you might want to leave off the '-d' at first which will just upgrade you to quantal, and then from quantal do it again with '-d' to get to raring. I'm not sure if you can go directly from precise to raring02:44
robrualthough that's twice as much work, so it's up to you to decide ;-)02:45
agresterrobru: directly to raring would be best02:53
agresterI've heard about the Compiz improvements02:53
robruagrester, raring has been pretty good to me. I've been using it since November. There have been some hiccups but nothing nearly so bad as I've seen with unstable distro series in the past (of any distro(02:54
agresterGoing to install it tomorrow03:38
agresterthanks for the help03:45
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murthyhello everyone09:47
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BluesKajHowdy all10:59
elkyIt took me a good half hour just now to figure out why the new update manager icon is an A...12:12
elkyIt's not an A. It's an tail-less up arrow... with the progress bar across its middle.12:13
voozeAnyone tried to install cinnamon? (no PPA in raring) after i install it and log out, etc. its just a "blank desktop" no icons no bar etc.12:55
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Boarmilki got problems13:31
* johnjohn101 wondering how much work it's going to take to port unity to unity next14:16
om26erjohnjohn101, lots14:33
om26erand then some14:33
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drcDL'd the 32 and 64 bit Xubuntu 13.04 daily iso's from http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/xubuntu/daily-live/20130311.1/ . Boot from USB stick.  According to both Task Manager and htop the 32 and 64 bit show ~65% CPU usage, the offending agent appears to be wpa_supplicant.  My wireless is hard switched off (and xubuntu 12.04/10 and earlier versions of 13.04 daily show no such usage).   Is this a known issue?15:42
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Dreamanos[Linux 3.8.0-12-generic i686] distro[Ubuntu "raring" 13.04] cpu[2 x AMD Athlon(tm) 7750 Dual-Core Processor (AuthenticAMD) @ 2.70GHz] mem[Physical: 3.9GB, 89.0% free] disk[Total: 926.3GB, 45.8% free] video[Advanced Micro Devices [AMD] nee ATI RV730XT [Radeon HD 4670]] sound[HDA-Intel - HDA NVidia1: HDA-Intel - HDA ATI HDMI]17:33
Dreamanmy ubuntu 13.0418:29
dupondjesomebody else installed some updates today ? :P20:01
MoPacSo the strangest thing happened yesterday.  After a kernel upgrade, my x session, compiz and window management were all screwed up.  But what DID suddenly work was brightness control for my Vaio display, which had never worked before. Now that Ubuntu is back to normal and nvidia is taking care of everything else, brightness control is dead again.  Any ideas how I can get it back?20:07
mandoguitMoPac:   not sure if the following is applicable to your situation but it fixed ubuntu based distro new install for a participant the other day.      For a dim screen (and keyboards don't fix the problem)  add the following to /etc/default/grub on the line with "quiet splash" and change "quiet splash" to "quiet splash acpi_backlight=vendor" then save the file and do sudo update-grub and then reboot20:21
MoPacI'll give that a shot20:21
MoPac(though my screen is always at full brightness)20:23
MoPacno dice, unfortunately20:27
mandoguitMoPac:  :(20:28
MoPacAnybody have Desktop Wall edge flipping functional in Raring?  Mine will flip once after boot and then die.20:37
Kajoverevening. i am currently using the 13.04 daily (from today). just to double check... libre office is not opening? normal behaviour?21:34
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bjsnider_yeah, it's normal for libreoffice to not open. it's a new feature21:58
alankilafor what it's worth it appears to start here22:00

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