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TavorWhenever someone can assist, I'm having an issue where my laptop running Ubuntu 12.04, seems to create a 'dead' zone where other devices (like my iPhone for instance or other laptop) cannot connect to the internet. I feel is this is an Ubuntu issue as my Winodws 7 partition does not offer this odd situation. Thanks for any assistance!01:58
TavorAnd yes, this is a wireless connection01:59
TavorAlso noting that disconnecting my laptop from the internet allows other nearby devices to be able to connect with no issues. Once again though, if I connect my laptop on Ubuntu to the network, other devices (while shown to still be connected to a network) will not load anything and thus become rendered useless while my laptop is connected. In some form of fashion, it's like a total wifi hogger. On the flipside, if I boot into my02:04
Tavorbehavior works fine02:05
Tavorbetween any devices02:05
holsteinTavor: interesting02:10
holsteinTavor: some broadcom n chip?02:10
TavorYes, it's a broadcom wifi driver02:10
Tavorthe model, I cannot recall at the very moment however...02:10
holsteinTavor: you can try other drivers i suppose02:11
Tavorholstein: I could, however, this issue has arisen about a week ago (I have been running 12.04 for about 9 months or so) and it just seems rather strange that my Windows 7 side on my laptop does not cause such an issue.02:13
holsteinTavor: those are different drivers02:13
holsteinTavor: usually, the only thing troubleshooting with windows can constructively demonstrate is that the hardare is functioning with supported drivers02:13
holsteinyou cant say "the drivers are this way in windows and should be this way in linux" since they are different drivers, and likely not supported anyway02:14
holsteinif it used to be working, the first thing i would do is boot an older kernel02:15
TavorIt appears that perhaps a recent update down the pipe has caused the issue then. Well, thank you for assisting, looks like I'll have to take that into consideration about using an older kernel. Thanks!02:16
holsteinTavor: likely the kernel update.. thats the first thing i usually test02:16
Tavorholstein: Hm, while I'm not too savy about messing with Ubuntu's kernel, I'll look into it.02:17
holsteinTavor: i not either02:17
holsteinTavor: its literallly this easy.. reboot.. tap shift to see the grub list if you dont see it.. select an older kernel, and boot it02:18
holsteinTavor: if the device works, then you know where the issue is.. in the kernel02:18
ubot93GRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub202:18
TavorOh! Okay, I see what you mean now, thank you, I'll do that now, thanks!02:18
holsteinyeah.. dont add or remove anything.. just boot it once and test02:19
TavorWill do.02:19
Phoenix_hi friends, i need help with lubuntu in a acer aspire one, someone ??04:14
holstein!ask | Phoenix_04:15
ubot93Phoenix_: 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 !patience04:15
Phoenix_ok, so, i install several times Lubuntu in my acer(2 Gb, Intel Atom) and always happend the same, when turn on, only watch half of the screen and i have to restart until it looks full, is desperate04:24
holsteinPhoenix_: i would try the vesa driver04:37
ubot93A common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter04:37
Phoenix_thanks Holstein and ubot93, I'll try04:40
Nil_is there anyone?09:30
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danman1453good morning13:38
danman1453i have several lines in my xorg.0.log that I am trying to debug13:39
danman1453one of them is "FBDEV(0): FBIOBLANK: Invalid Argument".13:39
danman1453Is there a good resource I can look at to debug this on my own?13:40
Silverliondanman1453: try http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=52253 maybe this helps. but i havent read the entire thread13:45
Silverlionso dont blame me :D13:45
danman1453i will give it a look.13:45
danman1453Mostly I am trying to get my dual port video card working. I am just taking the debugging step by step.13:46
danman1453stinking nvidia cards.13:48
danman1453just tried x -configure and got the following msg:13:53
danman1453"Number of created screens does not match number of detected devices"13:53
danman1453Just vague enough to not be of much help.13:53
danman1453It was working, sort of, then stopped. Now it seems the ssecond port of the card is not detected?13:55
Silverlionsorry but i am not a dever :D13:55
Silverlionso wrong person to talk to about that13:55
Silverlioni dont even understand what you are talking about :(13:55
danman1453would you point me to the correct channel, if you could?13:55
Silverlionwhich distro are you working with?13:56
danman1453ubuntu 12.0413:58
Silverlionin that case i would suggest you try #ubuntu14:00
danman1453ok, thanks Silverlion14:01
my1gsusI just installed Ubuntu Server for my small business, I just need some assitance in getting this server up and running for data storage and email16:31
my1gsushow do i port forward to my server16:45

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