technopeasantIn stall disk and the hard drive Is a WD800JD I hvae done WD's full diagnose program test and it says all is well00:00
technopeasantOh, and that is a raid set00:01
RileyGuyHello? I am here to ask for help because I think I have found a bug with ubuntu and minecraft00:01
SonikkuAmericaRileyGuy: Can you file a report in Launchpad or on the Minecraft area?00:02
RileyGuyHow would I do that00:02
pobri19hi guys, i've got an odd problem, how do i get the device listing (like /dev/sddX) for a toughpad i just plugged in via usb?00:03
technopeasantThe computer used to work fine with ubuntu older fersions like ver 800:03
SonikkuAmericaRileyGuy: Check this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs00:03
RileyGuywell I think its just a glitch on my end and I would like live support instead of waiting00:03
SonikkuAmericatechnopeasant: Western Digital 800 IDE hard drive?00:03
Dougie187This might not be the proper place to ask this. But has anyone else had trouble with google chrome + google hangouts lately?00:04
Dave77how do I find out what build of libav I have? I tried a AAC radio station and it says I need new version for SBR extension00:04
SonikkuAmerica!ot | Dougie187, you assumed correctly00:04
ubottuDougie187, you assumed correctly: #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!00:04
technopeasantIt is an SATA00:04
Dougie187SonikkuAmerica: thanks. :D00:04
RileyGuyYou see, whenever I go fullscreen in minecraft. it flickers like its going into fullscreen but it doesnt and leaves a black window but whenever i click its like the game is still playing00:04
SonikkuAmericaRileyGuy: Sounds like a graphical bug00:05
RileyGuyI have ATI catalyst00:05
SonikkuAmericaRileyGuy: What's your card?00:05
Aaron__hello I'm using Ubuntu, Testing, and my Gnome is acting, weird... the back ground, wallpaper is not showing, on my background image, so i want to know... is this a bug?00:05
wilee-nileetechnopeasant, I'm not familiar with raid.00:05
RileyGuySonikkyAmerica I have ATI catalyst00:06
SonikkuAmerica!ati | RileyGuy, check this out00:06
ubottuRileyGuy, check this out: For Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto00:06
RileyGuySonikkuAmerica: k will do00:06
SonikkuAmericaAaron__: Raring?00:06
SonikkuAmerica!13.04 | Aaron__, if so00:06
ubottuAaron__, if so: Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) will be the 18th release of Ubuntu, Discussion and support until final release in #ubuntu+100:06
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RileyGuySonikkuAmerica: I've already tried that and no drivers show up in the drivers list00:07
DarthExpeditorSo it hung at Downloading Dropbox... 100%00:07
technopeasantI have no problem with Ubuntu recognizing and making partitions and formatting just won't write GRUB00:07
RileyGuytechnopeasant: check out rescatux00:07
RileyGuytechnopeasant: It is basically grub on a cd00:08
JamesBHello. I notice when I do aptitude update that it gets from precise and natty-security00:09
technopeasantwhere would I get that? ANd should I type in your name or does it somhow recognize that automatically. IM new00:09
JamesBWhat's the reason for that/is there a way to remedy it? I was under the impression I'd long ago upgraded from natty to precise00:09
SonikkuAmericaRileyGuy: Yeah I'm here, saw it00:09
RileyGuylemme link you tech00:09
RileyGuytechnopeasant: http://www.supergrubdisk.org/rescatux/00:10
RileyGuySonikkuAmaerica: So what should I do?00:10
RileyGuySonikkuAmerrica: So what should I do?00:11
SonikkuAmericaThat's a good question. That's a good question.00:11
OerHeksRileyGuy, what ATI card ?00:11
RileyGuyive had this problem on linux mint before i switched over to ubuntu00:12
RileyGuyum lemme see00:12
technopeasantThanks I bookmarked it.00:12
nerderhello guys00:12
technopeasantWhat is the procedure to fix it?00:12
nerdersomeone can explain to me how can i use the suid perms=00:12
ThePiousPriestI'm having trouble getting my Belkin DB 750 N wireless adapter to work00:12
ThePiousPriestdoesn't seem to want to run on Linux00:12
Ben64nerder: why do you need suid00:12
wilee-nileeRileyGuy, Did you catch technopeasant on that the disc is raid?00:13
Dave77how do I update libav?00:13
RileyGuywhats raid00:14
RileyGuyOerHeks: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD] nee ATI RS880M [Mobility Radeon HD 4200 Series]00:14
DarthExpeditorapt-get is hung up at Downloading Dropbox... 100%00:14
OerHeksRileyGuy, ATI 2xxx 3xxx 4xxx are not supported with the latest catalist, afaik00:14
nerdercause i read some paper on the web and is a little bit "strange"00:15
RileyGuyOerHeks is there a way I can fix it?00:15
veebullhey all00:15
RileyGuybecuase minecraft runs fine just not in fullscreen00:15
nerderfor example if i understanding well, u can read some file with SU without the super user power00:15
nerderis a little bit strange how i explain that00:16
nerderbut i think this is the thing00:16
Ben64nerder: start at the beginning, what do you wish to accomplish00:16
veebullI've got a T530 laptop that works fine with kernel 3.5.0-26, but fails to boot on 3.5.0-2700:16
technopeasantwilee-nilee: I understood that I am just wondering when to run the disk?00:16
veebullhow do I get useful debug info for the bug report when the system won't even boot completely?00:16
nerderi'm not a beginner, for u a beginner try to study some hard things about file perms?00:17
technopeasantThat is in the install process00:17
Ben64veebull: what happens when you try to boot00:17
DarthExpeditorveebull, use a live disc.00:17
Ben64nerder: you're not making much sense00:17
veebullBen64: after grub, I get a black screen when using the default ubuntu option00:18
nerderi just wanna study how linux use the perms for rwx00:18
nerderthat's it00:18
veebulldoesn't respond to anything but Ctrl+Alt+del to restart, or the hardware power switch00:18
Ben64nerder: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions00:19
DarthExpeditorI'm fixed. Thanks guys!00:19
Ben64veebull: can you get to a console? (CTRL+ALT+F1)00:19
RileyGuySonikkuAmerica: Hello?00:19
nerderBen64, and where is the special perms? is not what i'm looking for00:19
veebullBen64: nope, doens't make it that far00:20
SonikkuAmericaRileyGuy: Oops, sorry, doing 28374592734659 things at once.00:20
nerderthere's just the sticky bit00:20
Ben64nerder: then look at the man page for chmod00:20
RileyGuySonikkuAmerca: Its fine00:20
wilee-nileetechnopeasant, what disc?00:20
SonikkuAmerica<quem> SonikkuAmerica: this ppa should be added to that; https://launchpad.net/~makson96/+archive/fglrx <<< quem in #ubuntu+1 suggested this PPA00:20
RileyGuySonikkuAmerica: Its fine00:20
SonikkuAmericaRileyGuy: ^^00:21
nerderBen64, if you dont know nothing abuot suid why you answer to me?00:21
veebullBen64: if select Advanced Options -> 3.5.0-27 Failsafe, I get some of the boot messages, but it dies part ways00:21
veebullSelecting 3.5.0-26 generic kernel boots just fine00:21
Ben64nerder: check your attitude at the door00:21
nerderi could wait for someone that can truly help me with my question00:21
RileyGuySonikkuAmerica: Ohhh boy last time i messed with that it screwed up my x00:21
technopeasantSuper Grub disk I was just refered to00:22
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Ben64nerder: if you bothered to read the page i linked and the man page for chmod, you would have all the information you needed00:22
SonikkuAmericaRileyGuy: How so?00:22
veebullbasically the same as the bug described here:00:22
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1167114 in linux (Ubuntu) "Ubuntu Kernel 3.5.0-27 does not boot" [High,Confirmed]00:22
wilee-nileetechnopeasant, That was advice that was wrong, did you notice the what;s raid answer.00:22
SonikkuAmericaveebull: If you know the bug number, use the !bug command.00:22
RileyGuySonikkuAmerica: I uninstalled it and reinstalled it and it screwed EVERYTHING up00:22
quemRileyGuy: that ppa? i discovered it the other day and it got my ATI card working properly again, after over 1 1/2  years without using the proprietary driver. :)00:22
technopeasantI just wonder how to run it in relation to an install00:22
RileyGuyquem: oh.. ok well I'll try, are u sure it wont mess anything up?00:23
Ben64veebull: strange, it does look like a bug, not much anyone here can do, just use the older kernel in the meantime?00:23
veebullShort of writing down by hand the last thing I see after booting the failsafe kernel and then typing that in, how else do I get useful info?00:23
nerdersome one can explain to me how suid works?00:23
veebullBen64: thats pretty much what I'm doing... but the problem seems to be that nobody experiencing the problem can provide any useful debug info for the developers00:24
veebullbecause the systems bomb out before getting that far.00:24
quemRileyGuy: well, i tried it first on sunday, unaware that he was in the process of updating the packages, and then it did screw things up, but i easily recovered from that by uninstalling x, removing the ppa and then installing x again.. then i tried again on tuesday, worked like a charm since then.00:24
veebullSonikkuAmerica: use that command.... where?00:24
wilee-nileetechnopeasant, I would use the ubuntu forums as well the help here for what you want may not happen in any timely manner. If you do describe the HD setup so it is easier for the helpers raid is a important inclusion00:24
technopeasantI hope someone here can answer why I can't install GRUB. thank you Wilee-nilee00:24
nerderwhat's your problem Ben64? i'm reading that, i wanna just share my opinion with someone else00:24
nerderi could not?00:24
RileyGuyquem: alrighty thanks00:24
SonikkuAmericaveebull: !bug <number>00:24
SonikkuAmericaSuch as:00:25
Ben64nerder: this channel is not for discussing linux features, its for ubuntu support00:25
SonikkuAmerica!bug 116711400:25
ubottubug 1167114 in linux (Ubuntu) "Ubuntu Kernel 3.5.0-27 does not boot" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116711400:25
veebull!bug 116711400:25
technopeasantYes I said that and saw what's RAID?00:25
SonikkuAmericaveebull: I just said that 5 seconds ago and ubottu won't repeat herself.00:25
nerderubuntu is not linux? This question made me support, i think that i could ask that00:25
nerderafter that i can help someone else00:26
veebullSonikkuAmerica: okay, so... what does get us / me?00:26
Ben64nerder: i've already given you all relevant information on file permissions, there is nothing left to support00:26
RileyGuyquem: I'm not trying to be mean, I like you quem but, if this messes things up ur gonna help me fix k?00:26
SonikkuAmericaveebull: Just a pro tip00:26
quemRileyGuy: i think i must've tried the fglrx packages in the regular repositories at least twenty times over the past 18 months or so.. so finding that one was a tremendous relief.00:26
SonikkuAmericais all00:26
Ben64veebull: what version of ubuntu are you on00:26
veebullBen64: 12.1000:27
technopeasantSomehow I don't think Raid is relivent to the situation since the install recognizes it as a RAID setup. and partitions and formats?00:27
quemRileyGuy: heh, i can try. :) i don't see why it shouldn't work though!00:27
nerderrelevant about your poin of view?00:27
RileyGuyquem: alrighty00:27
veebullHere's the odd thing... this machine has always worked pretty well with Linux (high-end Lenovo ThinkPad, i5, lots of ram, SSD, etc.)00:27
RileyGuyquem: will this make minecraft run a bit faster as well?00:27
quemRileyGuy: make sure you can access the machine through ssh too. always a good thing00:27
quemno idea. i've never used minecraft.00:28
veebullFedora, Mint, openSuSE, Ubuntu, Scientific, etc.00:28
Ben64veebull: i doubt it's your machine's fault00:28
technopeasantWhere is the Ubuntu forum?00:28
quemRileyGuy: i've been playing cs 1.6 the past two weeks though.. reliving midteens.. fps went from 30 to 100.00:28
RileyGuyquem: becuase ubuntu 10:10 and under pretty much worked fine00:28
quemah. same here. can't recall the last version exactly i could use fglrx with00:28
veebulltwo weeks ago I tried putting Fedora on it... booted the live cd, great.  Installed, great.  Did updates, great.  Rebooted... got this exact problem.00:28
veebullSame thing with Fuduntu.00:28
RileyGuyquem: oh jeez nostalgia XD00:29
veebullCame back to Ubuntu 12.10... worked great.00:29
wilee-nileetechnopeasant, http://ubuntuforums.org/forum.php?s=65aae7bb35891d0fb9feaf4ee175701100:29
veebullUntil I applied the most recent kernel updates...00:29
Ben64veebull: silly question... were they all
quemRileyGuy: i still suck at it though. i was hoping that better performance would help. but i'm only marginally better at 100fps. :p00:29
RileyGuyveebull: IM NOT ALONE :D00:29
RileyGuyquem: Lets hope and pray i guess00:29
* quem gets insane motion sickness from most games unfortunately00:30
RileyGuyquem: 92% done00:30
quemah. :)00:30
veebullwith the other distros I had no idea what - out of the hundreds of updates - caused the problem.  Actually thought it was a vid driver issue most likely00:30
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RileyGuyquem: almost done! :D00:30
quemreally hope it works as well for you as for me00:30
RileyGuyquem: thx im on an HP pavilion dv500:30
veebullWasn't until this update that was *only* kernel updates that I realized what was the culprit.00:30
RileyGuyquem: you?00:30
quem4-5 year old sony laptop.00:31
veebullNo idea if the other distros were at 3.5.0-27 or not00:31
quemRileyGuy: low-end laptop. heh00:31
RileyGuyquem: dang00:31
RileyGuyquem: is there any way I could contact you? other than irc?00:31
veebullis the patch level (3.5.0-27) unique to Ubuntu, or would other distros have hte same kernel number?00:32
RileyGuyquem: cuz i think we'd make great friends :P00:32
quemheh, google talk00:32
quemeven facebook. but i've phased out of it a little..00:32
RileyGuywell ill reboot and report back :P00:33
quemgood luck!00:33
RileyGuycya for a few00:33
quemfingers crossed.00:34
meLonI am having trouble setting up an ubuntu machine as a router/gateway.  I can only access internal network and can not access external network.  I can't even ping things such as  Any advice?00:34
mewaywhats the best minimal ISO image for an old 32bit laptop. I'm going to be using it as an http server but using a client that requires a gui.00:35
dr_willismeway:  whats the laptops specs. Your 'old' and my 'old' maybe very very different00:36
Dave77nothing works in linux00:37
mewaydr_willis: IBM thinkpad A20m that currently has windows 2000 on it.00:37
dr_willisDave77:  oh?  I was just noticeing all the issues ive had lately getting stuff working in windows..00:38
dr_willismeway:  that really dosent tell us the CPU/MEMORY/Video card00:38
dr_willismeway:  lubuntu is the lightest full featured ubuntu based desktop.  theres other small disrtos that you may want to test out. such as tiny core linux, or dsl00:38
dr_williswe dont know either.. good luck00:39
mewaydr_willis: I am in #lubuntu right now and familiar with it but they changed a ton of crap and I cant find the iso I want. I just need a 32bit ISO that has a gui I can use.00:39
dr_willismeway:  there should be a 12.04 or 12.10 ISO. but the 12.10 be using PAE> so id go with 12.0400:40
mewaydr_willis: I am in #lubuntu right now and familiar with it but they changed a ton of crap and /////////////////I cant find the iso I want/////////////////////. I just need a 32bit ISO that has a gui I can use.00:40
dr_willisNot sure why you are having issues finding an Lubuntu iso. they are at the lubuntu homepage. or you can get torrents or other links00:40
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ubottuUbuntu installation CDs can be downloaded from http://releases.ubuntu.com - Mirrors can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/Mirrors - PLEASE use the !torrents to download !Quantal, and help keeping the servers' load low!00:40
dr_willislubuntu.net seems to have download links.....00:41
mewaydr_willis: its 32bit00:41
dr_willisso what cant you find?00:41
mewaya 32bit iso image00:41
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sarymeway: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/12.10/release/00:42
dr_willisnot too hard to find...00:43
mewayis x86 32bit?...00:43
mewayyall just linked me two different things <.<00:43
dr_willisdecide which version you want...00:43
dr_willisfrom the site...00:44
dr_willisPC (Intel x86) desktop CD00:44
dr_willis    For almost all PCs. This includes most machines with Intel/AMD/etc type processors and almost all computers that run Microsoft Windows, as well as newer Apple Macintosh systems based on Intel processors. Choose this if you are at all unsure.00:44
duckbillpQuestion: I'm going to log a bug regarding Japanese text showing with Chinese glyphs -- but which project could this be related to? There is no specific application where it happens, it happens everywhere.00:44
mewayoh derp there it is. thanks dr_willis00:45
mewaymy browser made the link look like normal text00:46
foomanI just downloaded mini.iso and selected Manual Choose Packages and Xfce. I didn't select anything from Uninstalled Packages but it's installing all kinds of stuff. Can someone explain why?00:47
dr_willisfooman:  stuff like?00:47
dr_willisxfce is a full featured desktop. so is going to pull in a lot of things for a full desktop00:47
ThePiousPriesthello all, having a bit of trouble getting my Belkin DB n750 Wireless Adapater to work00:47
foomandr_willis: I am trying to make a VM for a class and I would like to have a super basic installation. Is there somethign else I should do to accomplish this? Clearly selecting Xubuntu Desktop is pulling in the kitchen sink.00:48
she_dyedfooman maybe you misunderstood the word mini in this case. It makes for a quick burn but it will pull the rest online00:49
foomandr_willis: i.e. if you've ever installed CentOS minimal where you don't even get 'man' by default, that's what I was expecting.00:49
foomanshe_dyed: well, the age says it only has the basic packages to install, then it actually prompts you to install packages where you can select something like "Manually Choose Packages" but when I do this and I don't choose to install anythign else (except xubuntu desktop) I get all kinds of stuff00:50
dr_willisfooman:  install just a window manager. not a 'desktop enviroment' on top of a minimnal install00:50
foomandr_willis: should I choose "xfce" and not xubuntu?00:51
dr_willisxfce is not 'just a window manager'00:51
dr_willisI dont use xfce. so no idea what it will install. if i want small i use Lubuntu or lxde00:51
dr_willisor just openbox00:51
dr_willisof course if i wanted a really minimal system with a desktop. id use tiny core linux. ;)00:52
quemRileyGuy: ah. that sucks.. i checked the ppa again. noticed he's added a warning.. "!Warning! There is known issue with Ubuntu 13.04, which make driver crash after kernel update. The problem will be addressed in coming days."00:53
quemso now i'm afraid of rebooting for a few days. :p00:53
saryduckbillp: have you reported bugs before! join #ubuntu-bugs for advice , # see the translation section in https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs00:53
foomandr_willis: yeah I don't want to suffer too much. I mean, I'm OK with a couple hundred MB. But I don't want like, 2 GB.00:53
RileyGuyim using 12.0400:53
meLonI've posted a question on AskUbuntu requesting help turning Ubuntu into a gateway.  http://askubuntu.com/questions/280115/ubuntu-as-a-router-gateway-unable-to-access-wan00:53
quemRileyGuy: ah.. 13.04 here.00:53
foomandr_willis: I want a light window manager though. I tried Unity in a VM and it was ridiculously slow. I mean, I *had* to enable 3D acceleration.00:54
RileyGuyhow the HELL DO I EFIING FIX IT00:54
she_dyedlol quit yelling RileyGuy he heard you00:54
dr_willisfooman:  unity is a desktop enviroment.  'openbox' is a widnow manager00:54
dr_willisfooman:  and yes. Unity wants 3d acell.00:54
quemRileyGuy: remove the ppa, uninstall, reinstall x00:54
dr_willisfooman:  smallest window manager i can think  of is 'jwm'00:55
quem"To remove the repository and its packages from the system do following command:00:55
quemsudo ppa-purge ppa:makson96/fglrx00:55
duckbillpsary: I have, but only once or twice. Will join #ubuntu-bugs.00:55
foomandr_willis: yeah, I don't really understand the whole desktop/window manager stack yet. Good to know though.00:55
quemRileyGuy: "If you are using Ubuntu 12.04.2 make sure you got linux-headers-generic-lts-quantal package installed."00:55
dr_willisfooman:  its all about layers and legos..00:56
RileyGuycommand not found00:56
dr_willisfooman:  layers of software make up the desktopp. the window manager is like just above the foundation (which is X)00:56
foomandr_willis: So X11 and openbox are equivalent?00:56
dr_willisfooman:  the other software line the file manager and  other tools are upper floors/rooms/furniture00:57
dr_willisfooman:  No.. X11 is the Foundation.00:57
quem!find ppa-purge00:57
ubottuFound: ppa-purge00:57
dr_willisfooman:  openbox would be the 'floor' ;)00:57
foomandr_willis: and openbox is on top of X1100:57
quemRileyGuy: sudo apt-get install ppa-purge00:57
foomandr_willis: and then something like xfce is on top of openbox00:57
dr_willisxfce is a COLLECTION of tools that make up the desktop . Xfce uses the xfwm window manager.00:57
dr_willisfile manager +window manager +extra tools = a desktop (basically)00:58
RileyGuyi cant do jack **** its iust a black screen when i boot so im doing it from my tablet00:58
quemRileyGuy: ah00:58
foomandr_willis: ok, so xfwm is equivalent to openbox00:59
ikk-how to change my font ? 12.1000:59
dr_willisfooman:  you got it 'xfWM' (wm=window manager)01:00
RileyGuyso help me fix it01:02
foomandr_willis: yeah I just read up a little on openbox01:02
quemRileyGuy: uninstall it and remove the ppa, then install x again01:02
RileyGuyquem: help me fix it, i need my computer01:03
RileyGuyhow the hell do i do that if its a black screen01:03
quemaccess it through ssh01:04
RileyGuyk one sec01:04
quemif you use android, the connectbot app is great.01:04
quemi use it to access my machine whenever it freezes or when i'm not at home01:04
saryduckbillp: excellent! because in case of a bug in translations, things ge tricky. to my knowledge .. packages responsible for language/translations are " language-support-* , language-pack-* " .01:04
jddcwhen is ubuntu 13.04 coming out ? which date ?01:05
Ben64jddc: probably the 25th01:05
ShapeShifter499who here has used freenx?  I'm trying to create a high byte rsa key for it but I can't seem to find out how, I can only seem to generate a dsa key of 1024 or less01:05
jddcBen64: hmm...thnx01:05
saryduckydan: a hint, could be related to a font! .. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=187708701:08
ikk-how to change lightdm to gdm ? 12.1001:08
ikk-dpkg-reconfigure gdm01:09
quemRileyGuy: getting access to it?01:09
RileyGuyquem no01:11
foomandr_willis: So I'm back to the aptitude console based menu in mini.iso01:11
quemRileyGuy: hm. :/ you sure sshd is running on it?01:11
foomandr_willis: And Under Not Installed Packages I see "xfce"01:11
quemRileyGuy: and you've tried switching to console right?01:12
RarrikinsHow do I fix "libmysqlclient18:amd64 5.5.30-mariadb1~quantal (Multi-Arch: no) is not co-installable with libmysqlclient18 which has multiple installed instances" when installing?01:12
RileyGuyhow doni switch01:12
foomandr_willis: is there a way to just say, install everything under this item or do I have to drill down to every package and explicitely select every dependency, etc.01:12
quemRileyGuy: ctrl+alt+f101:12
altinanyone familiar with this bug when trying to install grub201:13
altin/usr/sbin/grub2-probe: warning: Couldn't find physical volume 'pv2'. Some modules may be missing from core image...01:13
dr_willisfooman:  it does instrall the dependencies../ thats why xfce pulled in so much stuff01:13
RileyGuydoesn work01:13
dr_willisfooman:  just install 'jwm' and it will install the minimal window manager jwm and the X stuff it needs01:14
Neozonzdo you require sudo for ./configure and make?01:14
foomandr_willis: well, I'd like something a little less than bare bones01:15
foomandr_willis: but not something that blows up to 1-2 GB. Not sure if that's posisble.01:15
saryikk-: you need to have gdm installed first , then after sudo dpkg-reconfigure gdm , youll need to stop lightdm running ' sudo service lightdm stop01:15
wilee-nileealtin, When and where are you installing and is this a lvm install>01:15
raidensnakehey is it possible to get sources for unbuntu using debootstrap?01:15
RileyGuyqyem how do i enable ssh01:16
quemsudo apt-get install ssh, i think.01:16
RileyGuyi have ssh how do I FUCKIN ENABLE IT01:17
KI4RORileyGuy, https://help.ubuntu.com/10.04/serverguide/openssh-server.html01:17
quemif an ssh server is installed on it, it should be "enabled" already01:17
quemjust give the ssh client on the tablet its ip address and login01:17
altinwilee-nilee: no it is not lvm01:18
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RarrikinsHow do I install a package when there is a name conflict between two repositories?01:19
altinwilee-nilee: when I try to install grub201:19
wilee-nileeRarrikins, what two repositories?01:19
KI4RORileyGuy,  | language01:20
wilee-nileealtin, When and where you can install grub in a install from the desktop from a live cd.01:20
altinwilee-nilee: from the desktop01:20
altinI have the OS already installed01:20
ubottuGRUB2 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/Grub201:20
wilee-nileealtin, Is this a lvm install?01:21
Rarrikinswilee-nilee: The MariaDB repository and one of the standard Ubuntu ones.01:21
dr_willisthe boot-repair tool is very hand01:21
wilee-nileeRarrikins, MariaDB is this a PPA?01:21
altinyes wilee-nilee01:21
altinwilee-nilee: it is an lvm...01:22
wilee-nileealtin, Ah, well I'm not familiar how that goes, sometimes it takes questions to get this far.01:22
Rarrikinswilee-nilee: No, it's FTP.01:22
wilee-nileeRarrikins, Never heard of it, using a 3rd party has its dangers is all I can really say.01:25
raidensnakeis it possible to build ubuntu from scratch using debootstrap?01:32
trismraidensnake: yep01:33
Morpheausraidensnake, I've built from ubuntu corefs for my ARM Hackberry board - but it's not the same as "from scratch" - you still install pre-compiled packages...01:33
Morpheausraidensnake, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Core01:34
raidensnakewell I want to use debootstrap since I have a script that compiles for the raspberry pi01:34
trismraidensnake: oh debootstrap doesn't compile anything if that's what you meant, sorry01:35
raidensnakebut the script does01:35
Morpheausraidensnake, it's possible - I built mine using corefs as debootstrap wasn't specific enough - I also installed qemu-static packages so I could chroot into the environment before putting it to a flash drive01:35
raidensnakewell the script I uses builds a complete bootable image01:36
enigmuriaticwhat do i do on a new vps if i get told "must be setuid root" every time i try to use sudo/01:36
enigmuriaticive done some googling but can't find a satisfactory answer01:36
Morpheausenigmuriatic, sounds like you're using a guest account01:37
enigmuriaticif i have the root password how do I change my account privs?01:37
raidensnakeall I'd need is a source ftp for debootstrap and the script does the rest01:38
Morpheausraidensnake, if you get stuck with your script, check out my post on how to put Ubuntu on the Hackberry A10 - same process would be used with a different kernel for the Rasberry Pi: https://www.miniand.com/forums/forums/development--3/topics/ubuntu-12-10-linux-sunxi-3-4-24-kernel-image-and-build-from-scratch01:38
Morpheausenigmuriatic, I don't believe you can - the error you described is something that I receive with a guest account and it's because of security - you need to boot using a livecd or some other device to make the changes if you have no other user account that can login to the system - you could also boot into the advanced options in grub and select the "Recovery Mode" option - it presents a screen that allows you to drop to root to mak01:40
Morpheause changes and addusers if needed01:40
xjkxamixer set Capture toggle mutes the mic I have on pc card, but my usb mic doesnt mute, how do I do it ?01:40
raidensnakeI already have the new kernel cpompiled needed01:40
hero100what's the risk to delete every file except the "halt" in /etc/rc0.d?01:44
tummyAfter a recent update my Wifi card on latest Ubuntu server has gone from stable to unstable.  It doesn't pul DNS information anymore and just drops the host from the network, yet shows a status of connected.  Anyone else seeing any wifi issues ?01:45
Morpheausraidensnake, if you already have everything - then what are you here for? Build the image! :)01:47
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RileyGuyquem: what ubuntu version supports the 2xxx-4xxx01:50
johnjohn1011thanks for the help restoring my system01:51
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johnjohn1011everything almost back to before I screwed up. there is something to say about compiling a program rather than trying to do it through package management01:52
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RileyGuyquem: hello?01:53
KI4RORileyGuy, http://askubuntu.com/questions/203232/radeon-hd-2000-3000-4000-on-12-10-quantal-fglrx-legacy-12-6-unsupported-wh01:55
ikk-my alt-right click keyboard binding is no effect , how to find and reinstall related packages ?01:57
isaiashow do I switch back to open source video drivers?01:57
Morpheausisaias, software sources01:57
alsuhi! I'm running Ubuntu LTS. my dmesg is full of "CPU9: Package temperature/speed normal" and "CPU14: Core temperature above threshold, cpu clock throttled" messages01:57
Morpheausisaias, then click on the "additional drivers"01:57
alsuhow do I stop that thing from spamming my logs?01:57
RileyGuyit doesnt work kairo i tried it and it effed evertthinggup so what gersion01:57
alsu( there was a bug about this years ago https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rsyslog/+bug/453444 but it says it was fixed in kernel 2.6.31-17.54 and I'm running 3.2.0-32)01:58
ubottuLaunchpad bug 453444 in rsyslog (Ubuntu Karmic) "/var/log fills up with "all normal" messages @ about 575/sec fill up the available space" [High,Fix released]01:58
tummyIs there a way to force network-manager to pull DNS nameservers into resolv.conf?  I see in the WiFi settings it has the correct DNS, but in resolv.conf its localhost (
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foomanSo I just installed minimal Ubuntu with xfce4 and xdm. It's super cheesy but definitely minimal! Is there a package I can install to get nicer icons and gradients?02:00
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quemRileyGuy: 12.04, 12.10 and 13.04 according to the ppa. i run 13.04.02:03
isaiasMorpheaus: it gives me an error ect/X11/xorg.conf is invalid02:03
johnjohn1011in normal use would 3.5 kernel be any different than 3.2 kernel?02:04
billybigriggerjohnjohn1011, depends on your hardware, but most likely not02:04
isaiasI'm trying to change my video driver. it tells me that ect/X11/xorg.conf is invalid02:05
isaiasanyone know how to fix this?02:05
johnjohn1011billybigrigger: when i reloaded 12.04.02 it put the 3.5 kernel, I downgraded back to the 3.2 kernel because that is what I was running.   my hardware is quite old > 5 years02:05
billybigriggerjohnjohn1011, you do what you want, but if everything ran fine with 3.5 i would have stuck with it02:06
Morpheausisaias, not sure - I had this when I was using the noveau vs. nvidia driver - I had to uninstall the driver and reinstall it for it to work...02:06
Morpheausisaias, I eventually just stuck with the nvidia driver...02:06
isaiaseverything on the list actually says proprietary02:07
isaiasi just wanted to try a different version.02:07
isaiasand trying to run a java game is iving me a glx error02:07
DarthExpeditorSo I updated my Ubuntu and my VirtualBox stopped working. :/ I'm trying to reinstall DKMS and it keeps saying "No suitable module for running kernel found"02:14
raidensnakethe problem is a zipped source won't work since only debootstrap is supported02:15
NeozonzCan someone help me with export DISPLAY=:0 ? I'm ssh'd into a machine but when I type that it says command cannot be found...02:16
kevin^hey all. so i have a mounted sshfs listed in /etc/fstab. it gets unmounted when my computer suspend and all. is there a way i can have it re-mount automatically? it uses pubkey auth with no password on key, so it requires no user interaction.02:17
wilee-nileeDarthExpeditor, ubuntu is the host or guest?02:17
FrankJamesoI found a bug with the installer. When installing through a usb drive, with a batman arkham asylum disc in the cd drive, it failed until I took the arkham asylum disc out of the cd drive (with alternate install iso)02:18
FrankJamesoI'm assuming all discs would cause this issue02:18
lolbeei installed ubuntu02:18
lolbeewhy dont I have an eth0?02:18
FrankJamesololbee if you type in ifconfig eth0 up, what happens?02:19
wilee-nileeDarthExpeditor, Why the dkms reinstall, virtual box can be removed with the machines saved and reloaded02:19
mouseofthesteppehey guys how do you deal with could not open lock file /var/libr/dpkg, are you root? errors?02:19
lolbeeFrankJameso: ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device02:19
FrankJamesololbee, type in 'lspci | grep net'  and see what you get02:20
mouseofthesteppethis is what i tried to install if it serves as clarification: https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/blob/master/doc/readme-qt.rst02:21
lolbeeFrankJameso: ehternet controller realtec blah blah blah02:21
DarthExpeditorBecause after the updates were applied I rebooted and went to start my virtual machine and I got an error. "Kernel driver not installed (rc=-1908)"02:21
FrankJamesololbee, look online to find out what driver that uses, get the driver, and activate it with modprobe (you may already have it)02:22
wilee-nileeDarthExpeditor, Take a look here. http://askubuntu.com/questions/126175/virtualbox-doesnt-load-after-12-04-upgrade02:22
DarthExpeditorThen it said "Please reinstall the kernel module by executing '/etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup'02:22
ikk-alt-right click keyboard binding is no effect , how to find and reinstall related packages ?02:22
lolbeeFrankJameso: ugh02:22
lolbeeFrankJameso: reinstall?02:22
DarthExpeditorI tried to run the stupid thing it but it said it didn't exist.02:22
FrankJamesololbee I doubt you have to reinstall, it's more likely you just need to get the driver for your ethernet card02:23
DarthExpeditorI didn't upgrade from 12.04. I started at 12.10 and just did the updated02:23
Morpheausyay - finally figured out how to manually change fan speed on macbook! w00t!02:23
FrankJamesois there a solution yet to the virtualbox bug?02:26
DarthExpeditorThat was the correct article even though the name was for 12.0402:26
DarthExpeditorwhat bug?02:26
lolbeeFrankJameso: is there a modprobe EVERYTHING command_02:26
FrankJamesoyou want to install literally every driver?02:26
wilee-nileeDarthExpeditor, The commands were standard for any install.02:26
FrankJamesololbee, you can find the driver if you know the name of the card, which lspci should tell you02:27
FrankJamesololbee then you just have to install one thing with modprobe.02:27
culpn8rim on a dell studio 1558 laptop on ubuntu 12.10. my fans are constantly running loudly, but my laptop is really really hot. im using the open source drivers for my ati radeon hd mobility 5400 card. any ideas how to fix this?02:27
aenone123standard mail server on pc sends emails end to end, or it goes mypc -> isp servers mail -> receiver?02:31
lolbeeFrankJameso: rtl8111/8168B02:32
IDWMasterHi. I'm writing a textbook on Linux software development, and was wondering what I need to do if I want to ship an Ubuntu installation disk with my textbook. Thanks!02:33
FrankJamesololbee, second post http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=163429102:35
MorpheausIDWMaster, if no one gives you another answer - have you tried reaching out to the MarketingTeam?  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MarketingTeam02:36
lolbeeFrankJameso: How do you download without internet?02:37
gizmoIDWMaster, check out http://www.ubuntu.com/aboutus/trademarkpolicy02:38
isaiasI'm trying to change my graphics driver but it gives me an error. /etc/X11/xorg.conf invalid02:38
isaiascan anyone help? please?02:38
gizmoIDWMaster, the basic answer is as long as you distribute it without modification, you are fine02:38
IDWMasterOK, so I just can't mix in any of my own packages or anything.02:39
IDWMasterI was thinking it would be nice to bundle Eclipse, autotools, and various development kits with it, but is that not possible?02:39
nathan28IDWMaster: anything is possible with Eclipse02:40
isaiaswhy is there another isaias?02:41
nathan28the question is, do you really need to wait that long to edit a file02:41
IDWMasterI'm just asking if I could distribute a modified Ubuntu installation, which has Eclipse installed by default02:41
isaiaswait, same ip?02:41
gizmoIDWMaster, They explicitly allow pre-installing software from their repositories.02:41
isaiasI'm trying to change my graphics driver but it gives me an error. /etc/X11/xorg.conf invalid02:42
gizmoIDWMaster, If you want to do something they do not allow, you are encourged to do so, but distribute it as being derived from ubuntu.02:42
giikeris there any way to find out what application installed apache on my system pls02:43
IDWMasterSo If I distribute as being derived from Ubuntu, I can add my own packages, but must remove all Ubuntu artwork from the distrbution?02:46
nathan28IDWMaster: it's linux dawg, you do what you want02:47
quemhm, there was a command i used to use to delete duplicate files easily, but i can't remember what it was called. any ideas?02:47
IDWMasterYeah, but their trademark policy makes me think otherwise: http://www.ubuntu.com/aboutus/trademarkpolicy02:47
nathan28IDWMaster: uh02:47
nathan28don't use their licensed artwork?02:47
IDWMasterUbuntu comes with their artwork embedded in the project02:48
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nathan28okay, so use another less restrictive distro as your base02:48
IDWMasterI would have to go through numerous packages and remove all of the artwork and references to "Ubuntu"02:48
Sir_Letossh logins are my server are sloooow. Is there any reason why that would be?02:50
Sir_LetoIt functions a nornal speed once I log in.02:51
quemfdupes! brilliant tool. absolutely brilliant.02:51
leptonehow can i tell what version of Thunderbird i have?02:52
MistaMikeleptone: open thunderbird, go to help>about02:52
wilee-nileeIDWMaster, There are advantages to including a major distro like ubuntu as is, one is the support. Conceivably you could make our own, but the support would be on you if you wanted to have that.02:53
MistaMikeand you'll see the version.02:53
IDWMasterAnd Ubuntu tends to have more up-to-date packages and stuff than other distros02:53
IDWMasterIt seems like it's legal to include a unmodified CD, and I could also link to the website02:53
IDWMasterand just provide a separate CD which would have a script to install all of my custom packages for the textbook02:53
nathan28IDWMaster: if you're writing a book make the publisher's lawyer figure that out02:54
nathan28apt-get install attyreview02:54
R3X-EricUgh I installed eggdrop using the software center... any idea where it placed it in terms of directories?03:01
R3X-Ericso I can modify my config file03:01
Echo_foxis it possible to run programs in terminal after a text log in?03:02
Echo_foxbefore i run the startx command03:03
Echo_foxor i guess in otherwords, without a gui03:03
nathan28Echo_fox: ctrl-alt-F[1..6] will put you back at a tty03:04
nathan28a terminal multiplexer like tmux will let you attach a terminal emulator session to a tmux session so you can access that same session from a tty outside X03:04
nathan28so, yes03:05
Echo_foxso how would one configure that to autorun so when i start my computer.03:06
nathan28install tmux03:07
Naruto_can you help me about battery on ubuntu 12.1003:07
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Echo_foxnathan28: so i can open and run chrome, and deluge, within termial itself, and tmux will tell it to open the programs.03:08
nathan28tmux new-session -s "this_session"; C-Bd to detach it, tmux attach -t "this_session" to get back into it03:08
nathan28no you can't run chrome in a terminal03:08
nathan28unless you use framebufferisms and i'm not familiar with that03:08
Naruto_can you help me about battery on ubuntu 12.1003:08
Echo_foxi was hoping i could just open windows over the terminal03:08
Echo_foxbut not run any type on gui03:09
nathan28you mean like type "chrome" to start it03:09
nathan28well there are choices03:09
nathan28like xmonad03:09
nathan28or plain x03:09
nathan28or openbox03:09
SetiAmonhey is 13.04 due out soon03:09
Naruto_can you help me about battery on ubuntu 12.1003:09
Echo_foxany websites? ive been trying to google, but i guess im just asking the wrong question03:09
R3X-EricEggdrop v1.6.19+SSL (C) 1997 Robey Pointer (C) 2008 Eggheads <== how do i get the path ubuntu software center installed it to?03:10
isaiasI'm trying to change my graphics driver but it gives me an error. /etc/X11/xorg.conf invalid03:10
isaiascan anyone help? please?03:10
SetiAmonis there a general computer help channel out there03:10
dodo3773isaias: Which graphics driver?03:10
dodo3773isaias: proprietary or nouveau03:11
Tex_NickSetiAmon:  you might try #hardware03:11
Naruto_can you help me about battery on ubuntu 12.1003:11
isaiasdodo3773: the only ones showing up under "Aditional Drivers" are proprietary03:11
KI4ROSetiAmon, http://www.h-online.com/open/news/item/Ubuntu-13-04-s-Final-Beta-arrives-1835805.html03:11
dodo3773isaias: If you are using / installed the closed source driver this command should create an Xorg.conf --> sudo nvidia-xconfig03:12
Naruto_please can you help me about battery on ubuntu 12.1003:12
isaiasdodo3773: strange. it seems to be working now03:13
KI4RONaruto_, http://askubuntu.com/questions/233342/ubuntu-12-10-battery-monitor-problem03:13
R3X-EricEggdrop v1.6.19+SSL (C) 1997 Robey Pointer (C) 2008 Eggheads <== how do i get the path ubuntu software center installed it to?03:13
Naruto_@KI4RO thank you03:13
Naruto_@KI4RO  : My battery in window is full percen 100 but ubuntu show 82% and charging03:15
KI4RONaruto_, Hmmmm...don't know...never run into that issue myself03:16
KI4RONaruto_, Sorry  :(03:16
emacWorkerhey, does anyone know how I could run 'su' on a remote host, via ssh, to switch to root from a script?  I don't know how to feed it a password.  I can NOT use sudo.03:16
Naruto_KI4RO. Thank you very much i will search this problem  thank you help me03:17
KI4RONaruto_, YVW03:18
KI4RONaruto_, Good Luck03:18
Naruto_ok ;) KI4RO03:18
marshalcurehello all03:18
marshalcurei am having a problem with my graphics card anyone want to give me a hand :)03:19
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R3X-EricEggdrop v1.6.19+SSL (C) 1997 Robey Pointer (C) 2008 Eggheads <== how do i get the path ubuntu software center installed it to?03:20
ubottuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/ubuntu-help/media.html  - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats03:20
R3X-EricEggdrop v1.6.19+SSL (C) 1997 Robey Pointer (C) 2008 Eggheads <== how do i get the path ubuntu software center installed it to so I can edit the config file03:21
darthanubis!video card03:21
darthanubisR323T, I'd install eggdrop from source03:21
darthanubismuch easier03:21
KI4RONaruto_, More interesting reading    http://askubuntu.com/questions/137659/is-ubuntu-battery-management-better-than-windows`03:22
marshalcure@darthanubis yes my video card...is "graphics card" incorrect03:22
R3X-Ericyeah I do but I get a aborted (coredump) error03:22
R3X-Ericthis one actually runs... i just need to find the location of the dir03:22
wilee-nileeR3X-Eric, Not sure if this helps but take a look. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1028042&page=203:22
darthanubisR323T, I used to get that error as well03:22
R3X-Ericany idea hy03:22
darthanubisgoogle has the fix for that03:22
darthanubisI don't remember unfortunately03:23
Naruto_@KI4RO ok you im reading this topic03:23
darthanubisI did ot use the ubuntu eggdrop because I kept adding tweaks to it, and patches03:23
isaiascan someone help? not sure if this would be the right section. im getting an error saying "could not init glx"03:24
darthanubisisaias, which card?03:25
isaiasvideo card? nvidia03:25
marshalcurei just bought a gtx 670 from asus and the highest resolution i can get is 1024x76803:25
marshalcurecan anyone help03:26
ubottuFor Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto03:26
away_do you know what game will work on intel hd and win 7 ?03:27
marshalcurei looked at that and messed with xrandr and cvt for awhile but could not get anywhere i also ran sudo nvidia update03:27
bmomjianIs anyone finding Youtube videos hanging with Firefox 20 on Ubuntu 12.04?03:27
darthanubisagain , card type?03:27
marshalcuregtx 670 asus 4gb03:27
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darthanubismarshalcure, also you the nvidia drivers not nouvoea03:28
isaiasdarthanubis: I already have proprietary driver installed. I've tried 2 different ones03:29
darthanubismarshalcure, needs to as well03:30
ubottunouveau is an open-source nvidia driver included by default since Ubuntu 10.04. Currently, 3D rendering is only partially supported. More information can be found at http://nouveau.freedesktop.org/wiki/ | See !nvidia for the closed-source Nvidia driver.03:30
marshalcurei went to the nvidia site and downloaded them but the file just opens in text reader03:30
Morpheausnouveau technically03:30
darthanubismarshalcure, you dont install them that way03:30
darthanubisread the first link03:30
marshalcureok i will do some more research thank you all03:31
Naruto_@KI4RO ;) im install this it but percent of battery wrong . In windows 100% full charge but ubuntu show 83% and charging03:31
sprezzaturashould logwatch be installed as a root user?03:33
isaias im getting an error saying "could not init glx"03:34
isaiascan anyone help?03:34
Morpheausis there a reason that 319.12 for the nvidia drivers are not in ubuntu raring - I know this is stable talk but I was a bit surprised a package didn't exist...03:34
ChogyDanisaias: where are you getting the error?03:36
isaiastrying to run a java game03:36
ChogyDanisaias: basically, more details03:36
isaiasgame crashess and gives me that error03:37
ChogyDanisaias: well, maybe you don't have 3d drivers installed03:37
isaiasit worked before03:38
isaiaswith both proprietary drivers i've tried03:38
Tex_Nicki'm about to build a new pc for the grandkids (12.10 with Gnome Classic de) ... for their account i want to remove some items from the "Applications Menu" ... in particular "System Tools" & "Ubuntu Software Center", maybe some other items as well ... how do i go about that ?03:40
gottwissthey, anyone know a fix for Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000 crashing the program when trying to records sound and video (more details available)03:40
lalondongI've try to instal Ubuntu 12.04 LTS . I'm currently running Windows.03:41
gottwisstTex_Nick: I would think there would be a package you could uninstall using the command sudo apt-get remove03:42
lalondongi'm using EasePartition on Windows. I've made 1 unallocated space . but haven't made 1 more for swap. My question is how to make another one without making it join with the first unallocated... because everytime i tried to make one, it's joining with the other unallocated...03:43
gottwisstTex_Nick check out this: http://askubuntu.com/questions/133456/can-i-uninstall-and-reinstall-ubuntu-software-center03:43
gottwisstfor software center03:43
lalondongIs it okey for me to Install Ubuntu on this unallocated space (around 15.50 gb) without making swap first.....?03:44
gottwisstTex_Nick: What do you mean by system tools? Do you mean system settings?03:44
gottwisstlalondong: I belive it is okay03:45
gottwisstlalondong: I believe that the Ubuntu installation process automatically makes one03:46
gottwisstBut I'll look it up just to be sure03:46
Tex_Nickgottwisst : hey thanks for the replys ... in "gnome Classic" under the "Applications Menu" the "System Tools" Item03:46
gottwisstTex_Nick: The package name is "gnome-system-tools"03:47
[Saint]can someone enlighten me as to what the various Xauthority.****** files in ~ are?03:47
gottwisstTex_Nick:So I would think to uninstall, emter the terminal and type: sudo apt-get remove gnome-system-tools03:48
zeakHi! Is there a driver in the aircraft?03:49
gottwisstlalondong: Read this about swap space: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SwapFaq03:50
Tex_Nickgotwisst : yeah, that should work for "System Tools" ... i'm looking at Alacarte right now ... looks like that provides some decent menu editing ... hey thanks for the help ;-)03:50
gottwisstall good03:51
tannji[Saint],  I think Xauthority has to do with lightdm and the unity desktop...  something about the graphical environment or server03:51
zeakMy readme says: "Starting from v1.11, KiGB is linked statically except the HawkNL library.03:51
zeak    To set up HawkNL library, copy the file libNL.so.1.6.4 to /usr/local/lib.03:51
zeak    Then, change directory to /usr/local/lib. Add a soft link: ln -s03:51
zeak    libNL.so.1.6.4 NL.so.1.6. You have to be root to do this."03:51
FloodBot1zeak: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.03:51
[Saint]tannji: not quite what I was looking for. I have ~/.Xauthority but I also have a dozen or so ~/.Xauthority.****** files03:52
[Saint]where * == a random char03:52
tannji[Saint],  ah, ok... I ran itnot it trying to fix my unity after trying to install amd drivers03:52
zeakI cp libNL.so.1.6.4 to /us/local/lib, then I don't understand what I'm supposed to do!03:52
zeakNo one to help me?03:55
gottwisstzeak: what are you trying to accomplish?03:55
zeakgottwisst, trying to cfg my GBAemulator03:56
[Saint]zeak: have you tried continuing with the instructions?03:56
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[Saint]The readme you pasted tells you exactly what you have to do.03:56
zeakSaint, English is not my mother language. I don't understand what is sayed by Then, change directory to /usr/local/lib03:57
zeakChange directory of what?03:57
zeakAll the emulator? O_o03:57
zeakI know my question is quite simple but I simply not understand what I need to do03:58
zeakcp the libfile, and then?03:58
lalondongAnother question of mine : http://paste.ubuntu.com/5697359/03:58
lalondongIs it fine for me to install them like that?03:58
[Saint]do this "cd /usr/local/lib && sudo  ln -s libNL.so.1.6.4 NL.so.1.6"03:59
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lalondongi Mean does Ubuntu search automatically for the bigger size that Ubuntu will be installed? or will try to install them on the unallocated space for swap?03:59
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gottwisstsorry, I don't know (because it's been a few months since I installed Ubuntu)04:00
gottwisstTry start the install process - there should be instructions of a sort within it04:01
[Saint]the readme is saying "change directory to /usr/local/lib" == "cd /usr/local/lib"; " Then, change directory to /usr/local/lib. Add a soft link: ln -s libNL.so.1.6.4 NL.so.1.6. You have to be root to do this." == "sudo ln -s libNL.so.1.6.4 NL.so.1.6"04:01
zeakSaint, always the same error when I try to run the exefile "./kigb: error while loading shared libraries: NL.so.1.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"04:01
[Saint]zeak: ^04:01
gottwisstlalondong: see above04:01
[Saint]zeak: probably because you're not creating the symlink04:01
zeakSaint I'll juste done it04:02
gottwisstlalondong: see this page for info: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/help/install-desktop-latest04:03
gottwisstlalondong: I am pretty sure that that page has all the necessary information04:03
bernsteinyeah... that particular page as been of no help to me, that's why I'm here tonight04:04
gottwisstwhat's up04:05
bernsteinsystem will acknowledge that there are updates to be had but refuses to connect to server to get them. I've changed download servers 5 times already and it's the same thing every-time even if I just try to update the whole OS from 12.4 to the next available one04:05
lalondongAnother question : I have to make it unallocated space right ?04:06
lalondongOr just ntfs but it's emtpy... i mean its free04:06
gottwisstlalondong: Unless you want to install over the top of something else04:06
bernsteinI'm in Seattle WA USA, and the best download server is out in the Netherlands? something doesn't sound right04:07
gottwisstYeah, flip, that sounds weird04:07
cortexA9lol :P04:07
gottwisstI'm looking for info...04:08
bernsteinbeen through 3 different walkthroughs from the official Ubuntu help site but nothing's worked04:08
lalondongso unallocated then?04:09
ChogyDanbernstein: just set it to the main us server04:10
gottwisstlalondong:Yes, that should be fine04:10
gottwisstlalondong:I think the installation process will guide you to any necessary allocation work you'll need to do04:11
bernsteindoing that now, will respond with results04:11
metzyI'm new to ubuntu and looking for help setting up graphics card settings when running as virtual box guest04:11
IveBeenBitIn the terminal, if I put a program into the background with control-z, how do I switch back into it?04:14
ChogyDanmetzy: 3d graphics may not work on virtual box04:14
ChogyDanIveBeenBit: fg04:14
IveBeenBitChogyDan, it works! thanks!04:15
metzyChogyDan: Its been running really slow and I installed guest additions but it hasn't made a difference so I wanted to see if I could install the graphics card from the host04:16
lumpuntohey there. I just tried puppy linux and the distro have dozens of very useful 'wizards' for pretty much everything. why we don't have some of those? :D04:17
gottwisst"wizards" being a written guide. or a real person?04:17
lumpuntogottwisst: is that spoused to be funny?04:18
ChogyDanmetzy: did you enable the 3d graphics?04:19
gottwisstNo - I just wasn't familiar with the terminology... Am looking it up now.04:19
bernsteinChogyDan, tried both US Server and Official Main server, no joy. This has been something that I noticed a while back but since it didn't affect my typical use I wasn't concerned but for the last 3 weeks I haven't been able to use torrents, some connection error. I've been looking at different distros to use on a flash drive on the old school computers I have access to on campus that just don't have the right software for me.04:19
zeakmy emulator run the game at 200% speed. Anyone have an idea for run it slowest?04:20
ChogyDanbernstein: maybe if you try updating from the terminal, you can get some useful error messages04:20
lumpuntoi'm just saying that ubuntu just assumes everything works, but when they doesn't work it's a nightmare and sometimes just a matter of configuring the thing correctly, what in this case have to be done manually (in command line in some cases), we could just have some 'wizards' like puppy linux to hold our hands through these painful stuff :D04:20
metzyChogyDan: I had it enabled to start with but turned it off04:20
bernsteinChogyDan, that was proposed in one of the help pages I browsed, didn't work either04:21
ChogyDanmetzy: it isn't well supported: http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch04.html#guestadd-3d04:21
ChogyDanbernstein: how didn't it work?  please provide details, ie, pastebin the output04:21
gottwisstlumpunto: To be honest, you'd have to ask someone who actually had a say in the matter04:22
lumpuntogottwisst: anyway, it's not important...04:23
bernsteinChogyDan, OK can you walk me through the process or do you just want my to copy/paste the error message? BTW I appreciate you wanting to help, it's nice, thanks04:23
metzythanks ChogyDan04:23
ChogyDan!paste | bernstein paste the message via the pastebin website04:24
ubottubernstein paste the message via the pastebin website: 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.04:24
AquascumI have a question/problem installing ubuntu server 12.1004:27
cortexA9what ?04:27
AquascumI'm stuck at the "Configuring apt-xapian-index", it's been there for 20min04:28
Aquascumso I assume frozen04:28
AquascumI tried 2 different ISO's, one direct download, one via torrent, both the same04:28
Aquascumsame problem*04:28
cortexA9any message error ?04:28
Aquascumno, it's just hanging out at 4%04:28
bernsteinOK here it is: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5697396/04:29
LaxIs there a way to test udev rules?  Im trying to get adb to see my android device over USB, and lsusb sees it, dmesg sees it, but regardless adb cannot.  Im trying to find a logfile or something that may help me out04:29
ChogyDanbernstein: OH, you are on maverick?04:29
lankenI did the 13.04 upgrade today and there's ...I think an issue with the instructions in the wiki04:29
cortexA9Aquascum: maybe it's a bug.04:29
lankenthe instructions say "set Prompt=Normal"04:29
lankenbut I had problems when I used that setting04:30
lankenhad to make it "Prompt=normal"04:30
AquascumcortexA9 I'm doing a pretty vanilla install though04:30
wilee-nileelanken, The raring channel is #ubuntu+104:30
Aquascumnothign special04:30
Ari-YangHello, I have a question about bluetooth. How come I can turn it on, but I can't turn on the visibility?04:31
ChogyDanbernstein: what version of Ubuntu are you runnning?04:31
Ari-YangI'm using wifi proprietary drivers btw. I'm on ubuntu 12.1004:31
bernsteinrunning 12.04 sorry, I do have the button to upgrade to 12.10 but that has similar errors as well.04:32
ChogyDanbernstein: sigh, I know the error.  I had the same issue.  I wish they would fix it.  first, update-manager --no-update04:33
LtHummus_i'm having trouble mounting a samba share...i can get it to mount, but the share is then owned by root (and I can't seem to chown it) so I can't actually write anything to the share04:33
leptonedoes anyone know a good article for installing and setting up Tor properly on 12.04? thx!04:33
Morpheaussweet - 319.12 drivers loaded for nvidia...solid04:34
wilee-nileebernstein, You have maverick repos showing gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list  will open the file comment them out with a # in front of them.04:34
Ari-Yangany suggestions with my bluetooth trouble?04:34
ChogyDanbernstein: or do what wilee-nilee is suggesting.  That will work too04:34
Aquascumleptone just use the bundle, it's what's recommended04:34
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bernsteinsame error using the command line, did sudo and all04:36
gottwisstAri-Yang: What do you mean by "I can't turn on the visibility"?04:36
Ari-Yangexactly what I said. I can turn it on, but the 'Visibility' switch can't be turned on04:36
neostreamubuntu 13.04 beta 2 so slow in virtualbox, how fix this problem04:36
wilee-nileeneostream, The raring channel is #ubuntu+104:37
Ari-Yang@ gottwisst http://gyazo.com/34a7fc534b73acf30a9beb317b238d07 take a look04:37
Ari-Yang(screen shot)04:37
gottwisstDo you actually need to turn on the visibility for the device you are using?04:38
Ari-YangI want to search for the computer on a device I have and register it. but in order to do that the computer has to be set to visible ofc04:38
Ari-YangI never really had this problem with using the built in kernel wifi module... I switched to the proprietary wifi driver...04:39
AppFirstSamuraineostream: I experienced the same with 12.04, however, I don't experience it with any version of Debian, which seems weird to me.04:40
gottwisstWas there any particular reason you switched? I mean, have you tried the kernel wifi module again to see if it works again?04:40
Ari-Yangthe reason why I switched is because the wifi on the computer stopped randomly working, so I gave the proprietary driver a go and so far I haven't encountered that problem...04:41
gottwisstDang. Well, since you had the problem with one driver and not the other, I'd assume it was a driver-specific issue... And I definitely can't help you fix a proprietary driver (I'm not even a programmer)04:43
gottwisstI had a similar issue with my wifi on my Windows partition, btw04:43
gottwisstI sometimes had to physically disconnect the wifi device an then plug it pack it04:43
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infinity__How would I Disable the rm function from being used on a terminal coming from the Internet?04:44
Ari-Yanghmmm.... okay, thanks for seeing if you can help. I'll just hang around and see if anybody else has any suggestions.04:44
bernsteinChogyDan, I opened /etc/apt/ sources.list with gedit but it won't let me save. I closed down all other update related windows.04:45
ChogyDanbernstein: did you use the gksu gedit command?04:46
bernsteinChogyDan, how can I used the command in gedit? it's only an editor right?04:47
ChogyDanbernstein: not in gedit, but to start gedit04:47
bernsteinChogyDan, running the update now but not hopeful, still says no updates to install and that it's been 145 days since last update04:49
bernsteinChogyDan, yup same error message, failed to download repository info04:50
ChogyDanbernstein: can you pastebin your sources.list?04:50
Ben64bernstein: you need to get a new sources.list04:50
bernsteinsure, just a minute04:50
Ben64bernstein: what does "lsb_release -r" say?04:51
wilee-nileehere is a source.list generator if needed. http://repogen.simplylinux.ch/04:51
bernsteinhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/5697419/ (sources.list)04:52
bernsteinBen64, I'm running 12.0404:53
ChogyDanbernstein: you need to # out ALL the maverick references, including the deb-src ones04:53
Ben64bernstein: have you upgraded since 10.10?04:53
bernsteinChogyDan, as in replace any line that contains "Maverik" with # or do you mean something else?04:54
ChogyDanbernstein: you can either just delete the line, or put a # in front of the line, either will work04:55
bernsteinChogyDan, thanks, will do04:56
RileyGuy_quem: You made me reinstall my entire OS04:57
wilee-nileeRileyGuy_, PPA's are always a risk, bummer to hear that though.04:58
RileyGuy_wilee-nilee: I am on natty narhwall04:58
Ben64not supported anymore04:58
RileyGuy_wilee-nilee: at least the fglrx drivers work04:58
RileyGuy_idc ben its all i got04:58
pandoxerHello. Is it possible to "transmit" my Windows desktop (via LAN) to my Ubuntu PC?04:59
RileyGuy_the new versions suck04:59
RileyGuy_hello pandoxer04:59
Ben64RileyGuy: blame ati/amd04:59
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Ben64pandoxer: vnc?04:59
pandoxerI dont want to control it. Just transmit the image04:59
RileyGuy_pandoxer do you wish to change the backround?04:59
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pandoxerChange background?04:59
RileyGuy_or display an image05:00
zingaboy2I want to figure out if I have some graphics drivers on my laptop which i can use to do some gpu programming. Just to learn things and possibly run CUDA on it.05:00
Ben64gl_: don't use caps lock05:00
RileyGuy_I am not staff05:00
RileyGuy_and i am pretty dumb when it comes to gpu doohicky stuff05:00
RileyGuy_but java im good at05:00
zingaboy2lspci | grep VGA  -------> 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 3rd Gen Core processor Graphics Controller (rev 09)05:00
Ben64zingaboy2: cuda is a nvidia thing, definitely won't work on any intel cards05:01
pandoxerAhh, my ubuntu runs on the tv. I don't want to change cables to see my windows desktop on the tv..05:01
Ben64pandoxer: vnc05:01
zingaboy2Ben64 can i atleast  use this card to do any gpu programming, say if i use openCL ?05:01
RileyGuy_natty rocks btw05:01
zingaboy2I mean this is some onboard thing05:01
RileyGuy_even tho its not supported05:01
gl_who can speak chinese05:02
RileyGuy_i can trandlate05:02
somsip!zh | gl_05:02
ubottugl_: 如欲獲得中文的協助,請輸入 /join #ubuntu-cn 或 /join #ubuntu-tw05:02
bernsteinBen64, ChogyDan, well it's doing something now, at lease this last try the screen doesn't say 145 days since last update and claims I'm updated. Should I upgrade to 12.10 now?05:02
Ben64RileyGuy_: don't05:02
RileyGuy_Ben64: why?05:03
ChogyDanbernstein: sure, why not05:03
Ben64bernstein: up to you, 12.04 is supported until april 201705:03
RileyGuy_holy crap05:03
Ben64RileyGuy_: this channel is English only05:03
RileyGuy_ben64 Ik05:03
RileyGuy_i was jsut exlaiming i could translate into chinese thats all05:04
RileyGuy_wont do it again05:04
pLam1how do I run .bat file and simulate input (the .bat file is expecting me to choose)?05:06
RileyGuy_Install Wine05:07
RileyGuy_It emulates a windows environment in linux05:08
nevynor dosbox05:08
pLam1I'm running windows and I don't know where to ask the question about these .bat files05:08
RileyGuy_You should probably only come here if you have ubuntu questions05:09
BlackWebIs there a way to disable the rm command in /etc/sudoers even if the File is owned by user, Example Ssh from internet05:09
pLam1sorry to disturb, I'll shut up now05:09
RileyGuy_no no its fine just this is mainly for ubuntu :)05:10
somsipBlackWeb: you want them to be able to sudo other stuff but not sudo rm?05:10
Ben64pLam1: there is a windows channel.... ##windows05:10
wilee-nileepLam1, ##windows I believe you have to be registered though.05:10
pLam1thank you, I'll try there :)05:11
BlackWebya, Mainly just disable rm if the command is coming from a terminal on local machine05:11
BlackWebthat isnt on local machine05:11
BlackWebSo that a user can rm if he's using a shell on local machine but not if its coming from internet? Or just disable the command altogether05:12
BlackWebEven if the user owns the file he cant rm it if its coming from internet05:12
somsipBlackWeb: no immediate idea, but I'd suggest setting an ENV for SSH users and wrapping rm in a script that checks for isset(ENV)05:13
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somsipBlackWeb: otherwise you're probably looking at a restricted shell05:16
starrywinternighim running raring ringtail beta 2 and i cant get my wifi button to turn off its alwasy on even if u push it05:18
somsip!raring | starrywinternigh05:18
ubottustarrywinternigh: Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) will be the 18th release of Ubuntu, Discussion and support until final release in #ubuntu+105:18
michaelathis is a dumb question how can i charge an ipad in ubuntu 12.04 i googled it but nothing works05:19
somsipmichaela: how do you usually charge it?05:20
michaelafrom the wall jack05:20
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somsipmichaela: The wall jack will probably still work then05:20
HSorgYvesDoes anyone have experience with iDRAC6 Express in Shared Mode? I can reach the iDRAC Card but not the Server on NIC1…05:21
michaelai know but it would be cool to charge it with ubuntu05:22
Nom-Good evening... can anyone tell me whether Juju works on raw vCloud at all?  I'm looking for tools to orchestrate unattended environment builds on top of vCloud :/05:22
somsipmichaela: AIUI tablets can be changed through a USB port. Maybe you mean that?05:22
michaelawhats AIUI05:23
somsipmichaela: As I Understand It. It means I've never done it myself05:23
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michaelaits ok i dont like apple anyway. i was just looking a way to charge this ipad  for a family member05:25
michaelaandroid is better05:26
isuruyes android is better and cheaper05:26
deserteaglehello folks!05:34
deserteagleanyone know the name of the Leap knock-off that is open source?05:34
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pandoxerVNC sort of worked well enough. How do I make it run on startup? (I'm running lubuntu)05:38
somsippandoxer: you want the server to startup on boot?05:38
pandoxeri believe it's lxde05:39
pandoxeri'm running lubuntu05:39
somsippandoxer: this migth help: http://askubuntu.com/questions/120973/how-do-i-start-vnc-server-on-boot05:39
pandoxergrrr so i have to install this tightvncserver?05:40
pandoxercan't i just run "vncserver" command on startup automatically?05:40
wilee-nileepandoxer, https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/LXDE#Autostart_Programs05:41
mavenI installed the eclipse manually following this post:  http://askubuntu.com/a/181227/68994   And I can find the item at Applications-development-Eclipse. However when I click it I got the error dialog: ` Failed to execute child process "/opt/eclipse-juno-SR2/eclipse" (Permission denied)`  . But I am sure I have run the command `chmod a+x /opt/eclipse-xxx/eclipse/eclipse` What is the problem?05:41
madpropsanybody knows of a good battery monitor for the tray?05:42
madpropsi like batti but i have problems with the icon theme not displaying correctly05:42
wilee-nileepandoxer, This might be better. http://askubuntu.com/questions/159008/how-to-add-startup-applications-in-lubuntu05:42
pandoxerI will try05:44
pandoxerwell, lxsession-edit is already installed05:45
pandoxerbut i see no "add" buttton when i run it05:46
dazeis there a way to store notification messages (OSD notifications that appear in the upper-right)? I'd like to have a 'history' of some kind for them..05:49
DIFTOWGood morning :)05:52
DIFTOWI'm an Ubuntu user on my modern desktop, but I recently started messing with other distros, less popular ones for the sake of getting life out of old machines and turning them into useful servers05:53
DIFTOWSo I've been messing with TinyCore. It's pretty Tiny indeed.05:54
DIFTOWSo is its support :305:54
DEAHello I'm trying to figure out if my AMD Radeon HD 6520G is supported with Ubuntu05:54
DEAIf not, which distro would best suit my AMD based cpu/gfx05:55
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DIFTOWI've managed to sort all of the TinyCore exclusive things outs myself, but I'm having an issue with I've had even with Ubuntu and never could resolve fully. Custom resolutions. This involves Xvesa by default in TinyCore, but you can install Xorg, and then its a Xorg issue. I've got no Widescreen resolutions, just 4:3.05:57
wilee-nileeDEA, I think your fine in ubuntu boot a live cd and see.05:58
DEAis there like an AMD catalyst driver for ubuntu?05:59
DEAi installed ubuntu with wubi before and it was a little choppy06:00
metzysetting up my first install of ubuntu running in virtualbox with unity, what does everyone suggest for email client thunderbird, evolution or alternatives?06:00
DEAI have a quad-core processor @ ~1.4ghz and 6GB ram / radeon hd06:00
DEAand i can't even rotate cube in compiz, it's very choppy06:00
DEAthat sounds like it's due to driver problems right?06:01
wilee-nileeDEA, Wubi is that way, it is just a file in windows.06:01
DIFTOW@metzy - Thunderbird is good.06:01
DIFTOWIts all I use, even on Windows.06:01
wilee-nileeDIFTOW, You can tab complete nicks.06:02
ubottuYou can use your <tab> key for autocompletion of nicknames in IRC, as well as for completion of filenames and programs on the command line.06:02
wilee-nileelol beat yah06:02
DEAso no way to fix that wilee-nilee?06:02
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DEAAnyway to get ubuntu running well with drivers installed with wubi?06:03
DEAkinda don't have a blank CD atm haha06:03
DIFTOWI've never used Wubi, what is the difference Dea?06:03
DEAnot sure, was hoping you'd enlighten me06:03
DIFTOWI know in the past, ATI had the better support with Linux than Nvidia.06:04
Ben64wubi shouldn't be used as an install for a long time, its more for testing06:04
Ben64DIFTOW: thats all kinds of untrue06:04
wilee-nileeDEA, Not sure really, if you mean your experience in a wubi, I just looked up your info on th web and saw people running it, graphics are not an area I have not had to mess with.06:04
DEArunning ubuntu with my specs?06:05
wilee-nileeDEA, No I have an older toshiba that works out out of the box, all my laptops have.06:05
DEAquite odd06:06
wilee-nileeyou can load a usb rather then a dvd now I believe, as the ISO is to big barely for a cd.06:06
DEA64-bit or 3206:06
DEAwhich do you reccomend06:06
DEA6Gb cam quadcore 1.406:06
DIFTOWHow much ram do you have?06:06
Ben64DEA: if you have a 64bit cpu, go with 64bit06:06
wilee-nileeDEA, I run 64 bit.06:06
DEAi know but you'd be surprised06:07
DEAhow many people still run 32 with 64 cpu06:07
DIFTOW64 bit increases Ram usage, so only do it if you have over 4 GB of ram06:07
Ben64DEA: oh i know06:07
wilee-nileethe pae kernels will run higher then 4 gigs in a 32 bit.06:07
Ben64theres really no good reason not to do 64bit if you can06:07
DIFTOWwhen you only have 1 GB of DDR DIMM on your moms computer06:08
DIFTOWthats a reason to stick with 32 bit lol06:08
DEAi see haha06:08
Ben64nah, ram doesn't matter for it06:08
wilee-nileeDIFTOW, Sounds like Xmas present.06:08
DEAi swear i hate comcast06:08
DEA"up to" 30 mbps06:08
DEAim dling wubi at 9 kbs06:09
DIFTOWI took some old hardware from my old PC, combined it with hers, put XP on it, and now she can run all the latest stuff that moms like to do06:09
DEAseriously lol06:09
DIFTOWLike Farmville06:09
DEA:D good job06:09
DEAwhat os?06:09
DIFTOWWindows XP is amazing06:09
DIFTOWSo tiny06:09
bazhang!ot | DIFTOW DEA06:10
ubottuDIFTOW DEA: #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!06:10
DIFTOWUnfortunately, will officially die April 2014.06:10
Ben64DEA: wubi will be a bit slower than an actual install06:10
DEAahh I understand06:10
l_rcan you tell me what is the default gcc compiler  version in ubuntu 12.10?06:11
Ben64!info gcc06:11
ubottugcc (source: gcc-defaults (1.117ubuntu2)): GNU C compiler. In component main, is optional. Version 4:4.7.2-1ubuntu2 (quantal), package size 5 kB, installed size 41 kB06:11
isaiasi get a "cannot init glx" error when starting a .java game (minecraft) and using a proprietary driver (nvidia). But when I run the game without the proprietary driver, my whole computer freezes the second the game starts06:12
isaiassomeone please help06:12
l_rBen64, is it 12.10 not 13.04 right?06:12
Ben64l_r: yeah, quantal is 12.1006:12
isaiasbefore I uninstall ubuntu and try another distro (already asking around at #linux)06:12
Ben64isaias: sounds like nvidia isn't installed properly06:13
l_rBen64, do you know if ubuntu 13.04  uses gcc 4.8?06:13
isaiasi purged it and installed it again06:13
Ben64l_r: for 13.04, you should ask in #ubuntu+106:13
l_rok thx06:13
xgt001anyone tried AMD's radeon open source UVD driver in Ubuntu?06:18
igsys024hw ru?06:18
Ben64igsys024: stop that06:19
Ben64igsys023, igsys023_, igsys024, igsys024_: this is not the channel to be playing with clones and spamming. stop.06:21
DEAwubi always gives me an error when installing then i have to reinstall/uninstall alot of times and hope i hget lucky and it installs :/06:21
xgt001 anyone tried AMD's radeon open source UVD driver in Ubuntu?06:21
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lumpuntofriggindevil: nope, win8 sucks monkey ass imho. they should've made separated systems for tablets and desktops, ubuntu is 'tabletish' also, that's why I use lubuntu.06:22
lumpuntooops, wrong channel06:22
mavenHi, I add script to /etc/init.d using `sudo nano /etc/init.d/myscript`. And the content can be found here (http://pastebin.com/P1aK7Hpv). Then I run `sudo chmod a+x /etc/init.d/myscript`. But I found that the script does not run after I re-login. What's the problem?06:23
Ben64maven: theres all sorts of problems there. that script wouldn't work even if it did work, which it doesn't becasue it is not the correct format for an init script06:26
mavenBen64, Is there a init script template I can refer to ?06:27
Ben64maven: have you looked at the readme file in /etc/init.d ?06:27
stunts513i compiled a kernel for testing purposes on ubuntu 10.04 lts, that was version 2.6.29, and i double checked all the input related options but when i boot that kernel my kyboard wont even power on any of the lights and my mouse will power on but not work. Any ideas?06:36
SyriaHello ! I have downloaded flash player from adobe site .tar.gz file format please tell me how to install it?06:36
ubottuTo install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash - See also  !Restricted and !Gnash06:36
Morpheausall hail ubottu06:37
SyriaMorpheaus:  Thanks, I will read this.06:37
MorpheausSyria, np :)06:37
SyriaMorpheaus:  This tutorial is showing you how to install it from the software center, I want to install it from tar.gz file.06:38
MorpheausSyria, then your on your own (or check out the Adobe site on how to install it) - there may also be links on google if you tupe in "flash ubuntu <yourversion>"06:39
kewelsyria: whats the name of the tar.gz file?06:39
Syriakewel: install_flash_player_11_linux.i386.tar.gz06:40
SyriaMorpheaus:  ;)06:40
MorpheausSyria, I've always used the repositories - wish I could help06:40
stunts513syria, just curious, why are you installing from teh tar.gz file?06:40
Ben64Syria: the one from the software center is the same version as you would get from adobe, just you get automatic updates06:40
SyriaI want to learn how to compile packages and apps without using deb files or the software center.06:41
kewelsyria: gimme a sec .. I did this a few weeks back ..06:41
MorpheausSyria, I'd always use a package from the ubuntu repository instead of trying to install - the only exception to that is drivers for me..06:41
Syriakewel:  Thnx, I am here.06:42
MorpheausSyria, ohhh - totally different :)06:42
Ben64Syria: you don't compile flash06:42
stunts513ah thats always a fun reason, in my experience though i only did that on my ipod...06:42
mavenSyria, if you try to install the flash plugin for firefox. Then extract the tar.gz file. Then copy the libflashplayer.so to /usr/lib/firefox/plugins06:42
Morpheausas Ben64 stated - usually you compile something else instead of flash...06:42
isuruto compile a package you should unzip it06:43
Syriamaven: Is google chrome going to use it as well?06:43
kewelsyria: what broswer?06:43
isuruand then cd to your unzip package folder06:43
mavenSyria, I am not sure you can have a try. But I am sure it will work in firefox since I install it 1m ago.06:43
Ben64Syria: chrome uses it's own version of flash, it is built in06:44
isuruthen type .config06:44
Syriakewel:  Actually most of the times I use firefox but sometimes I use google chrome.06:44
mavenBen64, I read the README file under /etc/init.d. But I can not find anything wrong in the script. Did I miss anything?06:44
isuruBut chrome flash plugin to support for other browsers :(06:44
SyriaBen64: Yeah that's right.06:44
izxHow to install tomboy notes in ubuntu 12.10??06:44
kewelsyria: here's what I've got .. get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ .. should autodetech browser .. it wants to give you the newest version .. is that okay?06:45
Ben64maven: then you didn't read it fully...06:46
Syriakewel:  Yes I already have downloaded the latest version.06:46
MorpheausInit.d editing: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBootupHowto06:48
Syriakewel:  It works, I had to copy the extracted content to /usr/lib/firefox/plugins :) thnx06:49
Syriamaven: Thank you it worked.06:49
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mavenSyria: Bu ke qi.06:50
isuruAny one know to remove startup screen of ubuntu06:50
Syriamaven: :| opps! what was that :P06:50
kewelsyria: okay .. get to the CLI (ctrl+alt+t) .. cd to the dl dir .. mkdir temp .. mv install_flash_player_11_linux.<arch>.tar.gz to temp .. cd temp .. tar -zxvf install_flash<etc...>06:50
wilee-nileeisuru, You want text?06:50
isuruyes i want to start it like terminal06:50
Ben64!text | isuru06:51
ubottuisuru: To start your system in text-only mode append 'text' (without the quotes) to the kernel line in the grub menu. You can access the grub menu by pressing Esc (Grub legacy) or Shift (Grub2) during boot. For more info see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions#Text%20Mode06:51
mavenSyria, :). Nothing but my mother language which mean 'you are welcome'.06:51
Andre81hi @ all06:51
Andre81any italian in chat?06:51
Andre81sono nella disperata ricerca della iso originale di windows XP pro OEM in italiano, qualche buon anima che ha un link o che la può sharare con me? Ho cercato su torrent e su ed2k ma trovo solo iso moddate dagli utenti e nessuna originale06:51
somsip!it | Andre8106:52
ubottuAndre81: 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)06:52
Ben64!it | Andre8106:52
isuruThank you ubottu06:52
mavenIt seems that add a script to etc/init.d is not as simple as I thought. Then I wonder if there is an alternative to run some command on startup?06:52
isurubut i need permenent solution06:52
Morpheausmaven, put the command in rc.local06:52
Ben64!startup | maven06:52
ubottumaven: To add programs to start up when you log into your Gnome session go to System>Preferences>Sessions and use the Startup Programs tab. For more information, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AddingProgramToSessionStartup - See !boot for starting non-interactive programs at boot06:52
Morpheausmaven, more specifically - /etc/rc.local - if it's something that you want to start on boot06:53
Ben64isuru: you can add it to the default grub stuff06:53
kewelsyria: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4700478 SEE POST 5 for a few commands <-- that's for firefox06:53
wilee-nileeisuru, http://askubuntu.com/questions/120898/removing-the-splash-screen-on-shutdown-an-startup-i-want-to-be-able-to-see-the06:53
kewelsyria: see http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/enable-flash-player-google-chrome.html#id_27949 for chrome06:54
mavenBen64, Morpheaus, Thanks ,it is just what I want.06:54
kewelsyria: I think that's all there!06:54
MrGizmo757dose anyone here know about dual booting?06:56
madpropsit's a waste of time06:57
Ben64!anyone | MrGizmo75706:57
ubottuMrGizmo757: A high percentage of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..." Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out? See also !details, !gq, and !poll.06:57
dodo3773MrGizmo757: Sure. Need more specifics06:57
MrGizmo757Well i am trying to dual boot ubuntu and windows 7.  my issue is i dont want Grub on the MBR becuase i have a hidden OEM recovery partition that wont work if the MBR is changed.06:58
MrGizmo757i want to dual boot but i want the windows boot manager to be the first boot device. not grub. how do i do that?06:58
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Ben64pretty sure grub will boot from the recovery partition06:59
dodo3773MrGizmo757: The option for recovery isn't from post?06:59
MrGizmo757Yes but with the MBR changed the recovery partition cant locate Windows. so if i change the MBR my recovery drive breaks.07:00
Ben64how do you know07:00
izxHow to install tomboy notes in ubuntu 12.10??07:00
MrGizmo757i know becuase i alredy had this issue.07:00
dodo3773How did you fix it before?07:01
Ben64izx: sudo apt-get install tomboy :|07:01
MrGizmo757i reinstalled everything form the factory recovery disk that i made. but that takes about 4 hours. id rather not do that again07:01
dodo3773Ah I see07:01
wilee-nileeMrGizmo757, You are best having an image off the drive in the long run in a external.07:01
Ben64could back up the mbr, also... recovery is always slow07:02
dodo3773MrGizmo757: Maybe you're looking for something like this?? -->  http://neosmart.net/EasyBCD/07:03
wilee-nileeMrGizmo757, You can install ubuntu put grub in its partition and use easybcd as well.07:03
santoshHow to install the latest version of Python (3.3.1) on an older version of Ubuntu (which has just 3.2.2 in its repo)?07:04
MrGizmo757Well if i install ubuntu first. then windows 2nd  then the windows boot loader handles the booting.  but if i do it that way. i have no working recovery partition.07:05
dodo3773Isn't there an alternate install disk that doesn't automatically install a bootloader?07:06
Ben64you never have to install grub07:06
MrGizmo757i was thinking i alredy have windows installed. if i install ubunu to the second partition and put grub in the home partition insted of the MBR.  then all i have to do is add the entry to the windows boot loader.  and that's the part where i get lost.07:06
dodo3773santosh: 3rd party ppa or build it yourself from source. or grab the .deb from a newer ubuntu version repo and hack it apart07:06
chixhow to compile a C code with ubuntu07:07
dodo3773MrGizmo757: Read what Ben64 just said. Just don't install a bootloader (grub) when you do the ubuntu install07:07
dodo3773chix: gcc07:07
chixapt-get install gcc??07:07
dodo3773chix: gcc -o outputfile inputfile.c07:07
dodo3773chix: welcome07:08
icerootchix: http://www.wikihow.com/Compile-a-C/C%2B%2B-Program-on-Ubuntu-Linux07:08
icerootsantosh: have a look at "backports if that version is available"07:08
iceroot!backports | santosh07:08
ubottusantosh: 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 !packaging07:08
MrGizmo757Ok.  but the entry still needs to be added to the windows boot loader or i wont have a boot option to choose from after post.  atleast that's the way i understand it.07:08
chixsame on backtrack since its a ubuntu based distribution?07:08
icerootMrGizmo757: the windows bootloader will not have an ubuntu entry07:09
icerootMrGizmo757: grub will have a windows and an ubuntu entry, so you have to start grub07:09
leptonedoes anyone know how i publish my public key through Thunderbird/Enigma?07:09
icerootchix: not supported here07:09
MrGizmo757Not by default no.  but you can add an ubuntu entry to windows.  it happens when you use WuBi07:09
icerootMrGizmo757: ah ok07:10
MrGizmo757so if WuBi dose it.  i should be able to do it manually somhow. i just have no clue how07:10
icerootleptone: the keymanager from thunderbird should have an entry to publish the key07:10
blahblah12345will wubi make windows slower than before?07:10
icerootblahblah12345: no07:10
blahblah12345iceroot: gotcha07:10
dodo3773blahblah12345: Are you almost completely out of room on your windows partition? That's one thing I can think of I guess07:11
leptoneiceroot, cool thx. btw it shows that i have 3 keys...? do i need to upload them all?07:11
blahblah12345dodo3773: I didn't know? I think that happen when my disk space not much07:12
blahblah12345red bar on mycoputer space bar07:12
kewelsyria: sorry, also the instructions for the chrome install [install flash player 11.2] > step 2 -- subst the filename you downloaded instead of "flashplayer_11_plugin_debug.i386.tar.gz" !!07:12
icerootleptone: only!! publish the pubkey07:12
dodo3773blahblah12345: I am just pointing out a scenario in which installing additional software could possibly slow down your system.07:13
icerootleptone: the other is a private key and the 3. thing should be the revoke file07:13
leptonehow do i know which is whic?07:13
blahblah12345right. maybe I will choose using grub but not wubi to install ubuntu07:13
kewelsyria: screw that.  skip that step.  I tihnk you know where you're at!!!07:13
icerootleptone: thunderbird knows it and will only publish the pupkey07:13
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dodo3773blahblah12345: Be better anyways.07:14
icerootleptone: enigmail has its own key-manager which will handle the publish07:14
wilee-nileeblahblah12345, wubi is not supported in the next release as well, it is gone.07:14
leptoneiceroot, ahh so i dont need to select any of them. just right click anyway ans select upload to server?07:14
icerootwilee-nilee: 13.04 will not have wubi anymore?07:14
icerootleptone: dont know the exact usage anymore07:15
blahblah12345wilee-nilee: really? 13 will not have wubi?07:15
icerootblahblah12345: wilee-nilee i checked the changelogs, yes wubi will be removed07:15
leptoneiceroot, im just worried im gonna upload the wrong one...07:15
icerootleptone: right click the entry in the enigmal keytool and say "upload to keyserver"07:16
blahblah12345iceroot: thanks for the imfomation.07:16
icerootleptone: that will upload the pupkey07:16
leptonethe entry?07:17
wilee-nileeblahblah12345, correct07:17
leptoneiceroot, there appear to be three "entries"07:18
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leptonei am worried that 2 of them are keys generate earlier for gpg authentication for #bitcoin-otc...07:18
MrGizmo757hey guys i think i found a solution.  an app called EasyBCD. not sure if it will work but it looks like what i need.  Thanx again. ;)07:19
SiebjeeHi all, i lost my eth2 device (used for drbd sync) 4 times in a day time. Any idea why i lose my interface ?07:19
SiebjeeRunning 12.04 LTS ubuntu server07:20
icerootleptone: picpaste.de/enigmail-4TEAJa4h.png07:21
icerootleptone: rightclick your mailaddress and select upload to keyserver07:21
icerootsantosh: will it have another name? is it shown in ifconfig -a?07:21
leptoneiceroot, yes. what i am saying is it see that. my email address appears three times...07:22
icerootleptone: then check the properties of the keys "right click" to see the date of creation07:22
leptonewith 3 differnet keys07:22
dodo3773Siebjee: Start by identifying your problems specifically and looking around for bugs in your driver module and then possibly your init system. That's where I would start personally07:22
dodo3773Siebjee: Also look in dmesg. It may reveal some information about what's going on07:23
leptoneok thx07:24
leptonei figured it out iceroot07:24
dodo3773Siebjee: Also any recent updates07:24
Siebjeedodo3773, dmseg only states that the link went down. And drivers i suspected as well, looking for some others.07:24
Siebjeedodo3773, Freshly installed server07:24
dodo3773Siebjee: does it start at eth0 then go to eth2?07:26
Siebjeedodo3773, 0-3 =)07:26
dodo3773Siebjee: hmm. Did you change your hostname and reboot since it changed07:26
Siebjeedodo3773, Where eth0 and 1 have aliasses, and are bonded (bond0 and bond1)07:26
Siebjeedodo3773, IT had it from the start07:26
dodo3773Siebjee: Maybe it's module specific?07:27
Siebjeedodo3773, eth4 (when we configure it) shows the same issue...07:28
dodo3773Siebjee: Hmm. So have you installed new cards since this issue arrised?07:28
blahblah12345which http server is best for low performace computer hosting just a simple php froum and SQL server ?07:28
Siebjeedodo3773, ethtool -r eth2 does fix the issue temporarely, but i don't want the server in production when its showing this kind of behaviour07:28
blahblah12345I go search on google find two apache and lamp?07:28
Siebjeedodo3773, Its a newly bought server, i didn't change anything in it07:29
dodo3773Siebjee: Yeah I don't blame you. What module is it?07:29
kohvihoorblahblah12345: apache, nginx, lighttpd07:29
Siebjeedodo3773, Intel Corporation I350 Gigabit Network Connection07:29
Siebjeeaccording to lspci07:29
blahblah12345kohvihoor: lighttpd can host php?07:30
blahblah12345I thought it was for pure html page07:30
blahblah12345kohvihoor: okay I go check it out07:30
dodo3773Siebjee: lspci -k <-- tells you kernel module. Anyways I had a recent problem like this and my issue was related to tx. The solution for me was --> ethtool -K eth0 rx off    But mine is jme so I doubt it's the same07:32
kohvihoorblahblah12345: the tutorial i linked seems to be out of date, so just google around for lighttpd php5 fastcgi or something :)07:32
Siebjeedodo3773, http://paste.ubuntu.com/5697679/07:34
blahblah12345kohvihoor: okay, now Im tring to host web server on ubuntu, windows just too hard to set chmod.07:34
Siebjeedodo3773, We're trying the new 3.5 kernel first. Afterwards if we still see the same issue we can try that :)07:36
kohvihoorblahblah12345: http://www.howtoforge.com/installing-lighttpd-with-php5-php-fpm-and-mysql-support-on-ubuntu-12.04 this seems a bit more up to date07:37
dodo3773Siebjee: Have you seen all this --> http://www.intel.com/support/network/adapter/pro100/sb/CS-032498.htm07:37
isaiashello. I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 and am having a problem with my graphics drivers. Both, Open Source and proprietary. Ubuntu boots up in 2d with proprietary drivers and I cant run 3D games because they freeze my computer the second that first frame loads then the game crashes a few seconds later. with Open source drivers i get an "cannot init glx" error07:38
dodo3773Siebjee: Also, is there anything maybe missed in dmesg maybe07:38
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Siebjeedodo3773, I have not seen that page no. Quite interesting. And nothing more then a plain ' igb: eth2 NIC Link is Down' is shown in the dmesg. Before are some nfs messages, or drbd messages. Anf after are drdb messages that are saying that PingAck didn't arrive in time. And that the connection is lost.07:41
izxCan anyone tell me the boot swap / partition size, Here is the fdisk output http://pastebin.com/F1s93rpd07:42
i0x3p710nswap is normaly 2x times to your ram!07:43
dodo3773Siebjee: Nothing about RX/TX ?07:43
dodo3773i0x3p710n: 2x? Kind of overkill for a newer system07:44
Siebjeedodo3773, Not in the dmesg07:44
i0x3p710nthis is what they say !07:44
i0x3p710nand i said normaly..!07:45
dodo3773Siebjee: May be related? --> http://marc.info/?l=e1000-devel&m=127361605617270&w=207:45
dodo3773i0x3p710n: How much ram do you have? Also, maybe edit the wiki or ask someone else to07:46
dodo3773i0x3p710n: Did you read the "example scenarios"?07:49
dodo3773i0x3p710n: There's nothing wrong with that page at all that I can tell.07:50
i0x3p710ngoing through ...ok sory i was not updated!07:50
dodo3773i0x3p710n: Also, I usually make sure I go 1 - 1 same amount of swap as ram for hibernate/suspend reasons07:51
dodo3773which is kind of a drag for me :/07:51
dodo3773not sure why I care since I have never used suspend / hibernate in my life. meh oh well hahaha07:52
dodo3773well later everyone take care07:52
dodo3773Siebjee: Gotta go. Hopefully you find something you can debug this with better. Take care07:52
kewelI made a script I want to be somewhere that's on my path .. is there a certain dir I should use?  or a certain name of one I should make, by convention?08:03
i0x3p710ncreate a bin dir in side your home and put your script inside!08:07
somsipkewel: or /usr/local/bin08:07
Kartagiskewel: /usr/local/bin/ is better08:07
NanixIf i now install the beta of ubuntu 13.04 can I upgrade it with apt-get dist-upgrade to the final version when it's released or do I have to install it again?08:08
KartagisNanix: you should be able to08:12
gottwisstNanix: according to this ancient thread: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1295167 it is/was08:12
gottwisstSo I'd assume so08:12
NanixThanks gottwisst and kartagis :=08:13
gottwisstAnyone want to (try) help me with webcam issues (Microsoft Lifecam HD 3000)?08:13
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kewelsomsip kartargis : ended up sticking my new script in ~/bin and putting that in .bashrc =) thx08:15
gribouilleI'm looking for a program that can display XML files and the resumt of XSL transforms08:15
gottwisstI think most web browsers are capable of displaying XML files08:16
gottwisstI was just looking at one in Firefox earlier08:16
gottwisstgribouille: see above08:17
gottwisstgribouille: In firefox, go to file, and then click open file to view XML file08:19
gribouillegottwisst, ok08:19
Uranus-I had a boyfriend named Ubuntu once..08:19
Uranus-..he used to "play the bongos" on my ass08:19
gottwisstsadly, I don't know what the resumt of a XSL transofrms is... so can'þ help with that08:19
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compihi. I am running ubuntu 12.04. I installed a PCI dual serial port. how do I check if it is working?08:26
maitreyHi, I want to know why would all at once linuxmint 13 ask for permissions from all the usb devices and once i open as administrator it takes 20minutes to copy 20mb on it. Please help me on that. It makes me really crazy and i dont want to go away from mint cause its really no.1 distro.08:28
ubottumaitrey,: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org08:28
maitreysorry to ask for that got confused - too much tabs on xchat.08:29
illgoinsilencehey guys im running Ubuntu 12.10. after install my mouse doesn't work. where is the problem?08:31
MestreLionis there a way for changes in ~/.profile to be effective for the whole desktop environment without logging out and back in?08:33
pratzI would like to make a video tutorial, which is the recommended application to use ?08:34
cfhowlettpratz, openshot is sweet08:34
MestreLionI need a way to "re-source" it in current desktop environment08:34
MestreLionpratz: recordmydesktop-gtk is also nice08:34
pratzcfhowlett: will it capture the video as I am doing some activities with music in background ?08:35
gottwisstillgoinsilence possibly a driver issue08:35
MestreLionpratz: yes, it can capture environment sound08:35
pratzMessenger_bird: I would like some music playing in background08:35
cfhowlettpratz, misunderstood.  openshot is for editing videos.  mestrelion made an excellent suggestion ... recordmydesktop is very good08:35
MestreLionor you can add music latter, much easier08:36
cfhowlettpratz, add a music track via openshot08:36
gottwisstillgoinsilene what model is it08:36
gottwisstillgoinsilence: see above08:36
cfhowlettpratz, see youtube "will it work with linux" for an example of a video I did with openshot, music, titles, effects, etc08:36
MestreLionso, any clues about changing environment for the current desktop session?08:36
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cfhowlettMestreLion, not the way you want ... logout, login is the only I know of08:37
lesshastethere seems to be a problem with the latest kernel packages for 12.10.. http://pastebin.com/xq9t5DKm08:38
lesshasteshows the errors I get08:38
MestreLioncfhowlett: the only way I know too, but there has to be a way08:38
gottwisstUmm. btw, I was just trying to use Openshot, and it did not appear to have an export feature08:38
compinzHi guys, I installed a PCI dual serial port in my linux 12.04 pc. How do I check if it is setup and ready to be used?08:38
gottwisstwhich I desperately wanted08:38
gottwisstany suggestions?08:38
lesshasteI see the problem08:38
cfhowlettMestreLion, buried far, far in the literature, but I agree there is most likely a method08:38
cfhowlettgottwisst, export to what?08:38
gottwisstlike, mp4 would be nice08:39
gottwisstI can currently only export to xml, as far as I can see08:39
cfhowlettgottwisst, what?  of course it can export ...08:39
gottwisstCan I put up a screenshot?08:39
pratzcfhowlett: looks good08:39
MonkeyDustgottwisst  ctrl E08:40
MonkeyDustgottwisst  File > Export Video08:40
cfhowlettpratz, in Openshot, hit the big red button, select your options and go to town.  Lots of choices ...08:40
MestreLiongottwisst: I suggest mkv instead of mp4, for numerous reasons08:40
gottwisstI don't actualyl have that button08:41
pratzcfhowlett: MestreLion thanks guys08:41
gottwisstand for some reason, my prt screen button isn't working08:41
cfhowlettgottwisst, use File>export08:41
cfhowlettpratz, have fun, be safe08:41
gottwisstI don't have that button08:41
MestreLiongottwisst: mp4 only plays well with h264 video, and that is a non-free format. It also does not support soft subtitles08:41
mavenCan I update the sources when I am installing a package using the apt-get?08:41
gottwisstbut I do have three add buttons that look exactly the same08:42
pratzcfhowlett: actually I am recording a video on vim editor08:42
gottwisstand two open buttons that look exactly the same08:42
fisherhello good people. Could someone help me fidure out why my microphone isn't working? I am trying to record using Audacity but when i record nothing is picked up.08:42
cfhowlettgottwisst, lemme guess, you're in unity, right?08:42
MonkeyDustgottwisst  delete everything Openshot and reinstall properly08:43
cfhowlettfisher, you have to use the audacity settings to select mic as input08:43
gottwisstdoes via the software centre count for properly?08:43
ubottuFor 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.08:43
cfhowlettgottwisst, yes.  are you in unity?08:43
MestreLionfisher: have you tried the sound applet in the top panel? check input tab,,, maybe the rear mic is selected and you're using the front, or vice-versa08:44
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MonkeyDustI'm in Unity ans Openshot opens and works as it should08:44
fishercfhowlett, Right. i did that. I am using JACK and under Microphone I chose "system" which is the only option. The system default is set to my sound card input jack where my mic is connected08:44
cfhowlettgottwisst, logout.  select the alternate desktop environment.  login08:44
gottwisstby delte everthing Oppenshot, I assume you also mean those files left behind in the home folder after unisntall too?08:44
MonkeyDustgottwisst  yes, in .config or so, but backup files first, never know08:45
fisherMestreLion, Yeah I did. I have it set to the correct port and card under the audio settings08:45
MestreLionfisher: and does the meter moves when you talk in the sound settings?08:46
cfhowlettopenshot with big red Export button as per Xubuntu/UbuntuStudio08:46
gottwisstit does have an export button in gnome 308:46
fisherMestreLion, No, there isn't even a meter to move. I am however certain my mic is plugged in the port I chose in the audio settings dialog08:47
gottwisstIf I reinstall it, is it likely to fix the problem in Unity, or will that persist?08:47
cfhowlettgottwisst, if you're doing a lot of multimedia, may I suggest you look at Ubuntu08:47
cfhowlettgottwisst, probably will change nothing.  Unity just might not play nice with it.  Don't ask me why ...08:48
djcan someone help me with my screen shot, and tell me why my gnome looks so crappy? http://s7.postimg.org/3xodqrzuj/Untitled.png08:48
gottwisstI notice that the Unity of Ubuntu 12.10 also does not work well another program I have (supposed to be a full screen game, but cannot go full screen)08:49
MestreLionfisher: humm... there *is* a meter in the input tab of sound settings...08:49
somsipdj: have you changed a background color of the panels? Looks like the widgets/menus are okay but the panels are transparent08:49
MestreLionfisher:  called "input level", right below the volume slider08:49
djsomsip, yeah i try changing the wall but no luck...08:49
fisherMestreLion, Well, there SHOULD be but there isn't. I thought it was weird too.08:50
cfhowlettgottwisst, on the other hand, be sure that your video display settings are at native resolution.  failure to do so could also cause display effects08:50
somsipdj: what gnome/ubuntu you using. I don't use gnome so can't help more, but it will help someone else maybe08:50
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gottwisstThey are at that native resolution08:50
fisherMestreLion, On my built-in sound card there is and when I connect to it it moves BUT I still get no recording.08:50
fisherItsa weird08:51
gottwisstit's not that the game (lugaru in question) is not full resolution - rather it simply won't go full screen08:51
MestreLionfisher: have you tried using the "sound recorder" app that ships with ubuntu? just as a check. and do so while selecting the input that does have a meter that moves08:51
gottwisstthat is, you can still see the launcher, bar, etc.08:51
gottwisstand pressing f11 does nothing08:52
fisherMestreLion, No, Not yet but  will try it now.08:52
fisherIt's probably worth noting I am using UbuntuStudio 12.1008:53
cfhowlettfisher, also query #ubuntustudio for help08:53
fishercfhowlett, I'll be dingdanged..lol I didn't know there was such a channel. Thanks08:54
gottwisstI can't find Ubuntu Studio in the software center08:54
gottwisstI find that ironic08:55
cfhowlettgottwisst, UStudio is a distro not an app08:55
cfhowlettgottwisst, it's an official ubuntu distro    www.ubuntustudio.org08:55
gottwisstis there any particular advantage using it over canonical ubuntu?08:57
cfhowlettgottwisst, it IS canonical ubuntustudio.  advantage is the pre-assembled collection of media creation tools and the low latency kernel if you're a music producer ...08:57
fisherMestreLion, I get no recording in the sound recorder. i tried multiple times and in multiple formats. I also saved the files and tried playing them back and got nothing.08:58
swgottwisst, there are many derivatives, depends what you're using the system for08:58
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MestreLionfisher: but the meter in setings moves when you speak?09:00
gottwissthokay, well, thanks for the help09:01
gottwisstI'm off09:01
fisherMestreLion, When I connect through the built-in sound card? Yes the meter movves but still no recording. When i connect through my Asus Xonar there is no meter and also no recording.09:01
MestreLionfisher: then I have no idea... UbuntuStio certainly handles things like audio setup differently (as expected)09:04
fisherMestreLion, Well, yes but it is constantly moving and when I speak the movement of the meter matches when I speak09:04
mavenMy source list: http://snag.gy/LKHYG.jpg   And the result after `apt-get update` : http://snag.gy/EIHbW.jpg . What is the problem?09:05
fisherMestreLion, Well thanks for trying. I will ask in #ubuntustudio and see it they can help me figure it out09:05
MestreLionfisher: if the meter moves when you speak, then Sound Recorder app, which is the simplest on earth, should be able to record09:06
rymate1234It appears my ubuntu crashed09:07
rymate1234Screen went blank whilst I was all09:07
rymate1234And pc wasn't responding to anything09:07
rymate1234Any way to find out why it happened?09:08
cfhowlettrymate1234, suspect you suspend aint' suspending properly.  reboot.09:08
cfhowlettrymate1234, should be in the logs, though I don't know which one to view09:08
rymate1234cfhowlett: I turned auto suspend logs09:08
rymate1234However my laptop does suspend09:08
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rymate1234Found the kernel log09:13
* rymate1234 cats it09:13
rymate1234....that wasn't helpful09:14
CericHello, I could use some help please.09:16
ubottuCeric,: 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 ..."09:17
CericOk, I recently installed quant. Due to a windows hdd failure. I installed kubuntu found that I hated the limitation. Before I installed kubuntu I was able to mount dev/sr0.09:18
CericNow I cant. When I look at the fstab this is what I see09:18
Ceric# Use 'blkid' to print the universally unique identifier for a09:18
Ceric# device; this may be used with UUID= as a more robust way to name devices09:18
Ceric# that works even if disks are added and removed. See fstab(5).09:18
FloodBot1Ceric: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.09:18
Cericsorry about the flooding of c&p, 1st time in iirc.09:20
MonkeyDustCeric  it's irc... iirc means 'if i remember correctly'09:26
znejkHi, I'm having problems with my WiFi disconnecting when not in use on certain wifinetworks. I have an atheros card. Before I upgraded to 13.04 from 12.10 I didn't have this problem.09:29
znejkIt stays alive as long as I have spotify running...09:29
lx-blnhi everyone. i have ubuntu 12.10 installed on a sony vaio laptop. it has a  ati mobility 7650 graphic card. after quite a while a was able to get ubuntu working, using the latest amd beta drivers09:29
lx-blni just installed the latest ubuntu updates. now i can login and i see my wallpaper but no menu on the left09:30
alem_Good evening. How to now the list of the modules included in the package linux-image-.... without installing it?09:30
MonkeyDustalem_  try apt-cache show, apt-cache policy, rdepends09:31
lx-blnalso the top bar is no more visible. i can only see my desktop wallpaper and my mouse pointer09:31
Cericlx-bln | I had the same problem. I resolved it by ctl+alt+k  and installing the latest drivers for your video card. Mine was nvidia so it was easy.09:31
llutzalem_: dpkg -L linux-image-xxx |grep .ko09:31
alem_MonkeyDust:, llutz : I would like to find the info on the internet, because my distro is not installed yet.09:32
lx-blnceric: strg+alt+k doesnt do anything. what is it supposed to do?09:33
Cericit brings up the konsole09:34
Cericit might be ctl+alt+t for you I changed some of my stuff around.09:35
lx-blnah, ok. i have my terminal open. but it also looks really strange. i cant see what i am typing09:35
Cericdo you have gnome installed on your computer?09:36
MonkeyDustlx-bln  change the font and background colours, they are probably the same09:36
lx-blni dont know :) i have installed default 12.1009:36
lx-blnhow can i find out09:36
MonkeyDustlx-bln  change the font colour, see if that makes the text readable09:37
lx-blnmonkeydust: no its kind of a graphical problem. when i press enter i can see it09:37
Cericin the console type the following09:37
Cericsudo apt-get update09:37
Cericsudo apt-get upgrade09:37
Cericsudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop09:37
FloodBot1Ceric: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.09:37
lx-blnafter update and upgrade 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 removed09:39
PhonequerHi. Should I use Puppy, or Chef? Or is ubuntu well adapted to both of them?09:39
Cericlx  if that doesnt work, fixing your desktop.   sudo apt-get install gnome-shell,  then log out, and below your name or above it will give you an option to which desktop, choose gnome.09:40
lx-bln"ubuntu-desktop is already the newest version"09:40
lx-blnthanks. i will try this09:41
MonkeyDustPhonequer  puppy is a distro, what do you mean by 'adapted'?09:41
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PhonequerMonkeyDust: Oh right, I meant 'puppet'. Adapted - e.g. is the Upstart supported by both of them?09:42
StdedosI want to compare two enormous file directories, and if files are in place, and they have the same CRC, MD5 or whatever you consider best, delete the file from the remote directory. No output necessary. Can this be done with simple programs or should I search for a special program?09:43
starbuckhi, does anybody have problems with facebook chat and pidgin atm? i get connected for maybe 2-3 seconds and then automatically disconnected. it says: server closed connection...09:44
MonkeyDustStdedos  i guess the people in #bash can tell you how to do it09:44
starbuckdidn't do any updates nor did i change anything in the settings09:44
StdedosOk, transferring :)09:44
dominic__starbuck, hmm could it be a network issue perhaps?09:44
StdedosThanks MonkeyDust09:44
Cericbash :P... Prefer zsh.09:44
rDragonHey, I recently changed some hardware in my system. And now when I boot it gets stuck on a black screen after the initial boot (the purple part). It also complains about the networking before that.09:45
rDragonI can boot to the live cd fine.09:45
* starbuck hates fb, i wish i didn't need it to stay in touch with a lot of people09:45
MonkeyDust!nomodeset | rDragon for the black screen issue09:46
ubotturDragon for the black screen issue: A common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter09:46
rDragonHow do I restore my install of ubuntu from the live cd without loosing my user files and stuff09:46
rDragonit boots fine, as I can go into recovery mode and faff about with the console as root09:47
rDragonbut both networking and the user interface won't load properly, but they work fine on the live cd09:47
Robr3rdI am looking for help with the final stages of setting up my Netgear WNDA3100 USB Wi-Fi adapter under the latest Ubuntu LTS. Is this the proper channel?09:48
lx-blnceric: i logged in choosing gnome. but it looks exactly the same.09:48
rymate1234rDragon: Any recent changes you did to ubuntu?09:48
sunusleehi, i issue  apt-get source PackageName, then i got .debain.tar.gz and .orig.tar.gz  what is .debain.tar.gz for?09:48
rymate1234If you can get to recovery there might be a chance of saving it09:49
rDragonrymate1234: no, but I had so change some hardware09:49
rymate1234rDragon: Ah09:49
lx-blnmaybe it helps to reinstall the ati driver ?!09:49
MonkeyDustrDragon  you changed things using the live cd, and now you want the same in the intallation?09:50
CericYes, if you can't see your desktop it's because your resolution is messed up. So re-installing the driver is the next logical step09:50
rDragonMonkeyDust: no, I had to change hardware, so normal installation stopped working, but the live cd works fine09:50
rymate1234MonkeyDust: No, his installation broke, however livecd still works09:50
sunusleehi, i issue  apt-get source PackageName, then i got .debain.tar.gz and .orig.tar.gz  what is .debain.tar.gz for?09:50
MonkeyDust!repeat | sunuslee09:51
ubottusunuslee: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/09:51
rymate1234sunuslee: .debian.tar.gz is where the .deb files are09:51
sunusleerymate1234: can i make .debain by .orgi ? that's where the source are, right?09:52
rDragonIf I reinstall ubuntu from the live-cd, and don't format, will it remove all user files (eg in /home and /var/www ?)09:53
MonkeyDustrDragon  back them up, while in the live session09:54
CericDragon, mysuggestion would be to make a new partition, and migrate everything to be on the safe side.09:54
Cericdragon, you can make a new partition with out losing the original one. If you know how to use gparted or the manual version given in the cd.09:55
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arkieHey guys, I want to install ubuntu on my Windows 7 laptop. Don't want dual-boot. I want just ubuntu. I downloaded ubuntu and used unetbootin to create a bootable usb drive. When I press ESC when I turn the laptop on and select to boot from the USB drive instead of the internal HDD it doesn't do anything. It's just a black screen with a flashing cursor.09:57
arkieAs soon as you press a button it just boots Windows.09:57
arkieAny idea what the problem is here?09:57
MonkeyDustarkie  it's the !nomodeset issue, i guess09:57
CericArkie did you set it in your bios?09:57
rDragonHow can I backup everything on a fat32 drive while keeping things like ownership and permissions?09:57
CericDragon, use gparted. all it does is partition a new drive off the free space.09:58
arkieCeric, yes09:59
arkieI set it to boot from a external device as 1st priority.09:59
ujjainIs there a good way that I can quickly find windows? I have so many open all the time10:00
lx-blnceric: after reinstalling the latest amd beta driver, ubuntu is now working again! thanks!10:00
CericYW Lx10:01
CericUjjain, bottom right corner. or if you are using the KDE version, you can alt+tab10:02
ubottuA 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 parameter10:02
Robr3rdI am trying to get my USB Wi-Fi adapter (Netgear WNDA3100) to work in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. I have installed ndiswrapper along with its dependencies, and have set up the driver for it as well. My system recognizes that the card is there and it lists all available connections even, however when I try to connect it simply enters an infinite loop of trying to connect but not succeeding. Any advice?10:02
CericRobrerd. email ayourk@gmail.com explaining your problem. He will give you a step by step how to. He fixed my problem with the usb wi-fi. Had something to do with firewall and tables.10:04
triggerhappso can anyone work out why my PPA build is working but doesn't actually end up containing the files that setup.py puts in place? https://launchpadlibrarian.net/136944828/buildlog_ubuntu-quantal-i386.livestream_0.1.9~ppa3_UPLOADING.txt.gz10:06
Onixsgma 3650 supported?10:06
MonkeyDusttriggerhapp  better ask in #ubuntu-app-devel10:08
triggerhappah, thanks!10:08
arkieAnyone help?10:09
arkieI boot from USB and all I get is a black screen with a flashing cursor..10:09
Onixsnot bootable10:10
arkiewell it boots from usb and just a black screen10:10
arkiepress something and windows 7 boots10:10
triggerhappHave you tried re-writing the boot USB ?10:11
arkietriggerhapp, thats not the issue10:14
arkieit seems there is an issue with Ubuntu and my laptop10:14
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triggerhappI've seen this happen several times with CD's where it hadn't burnt correctly and once with a USB that seems to have been written incorrectly, I have to be honest I find it hard to believe that it would be an issue with Ubuntu and your laptop outside of write errors10:15
arkieseems there are heaps of issues when it coems to the asus ul30vt with ubuntu10:17
arkiedue to the switchable graphics10:17
FloodBot1arkie: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.10:18
rikyvigna87how many italian people are there??10:18
James_mDoes somebody use Kile here? I have some problems with Kile on Ubuntu, though I have installed it successfully.10:18
James_mBut the files doesn't want to be compiled.10:19
rikyvigna87hello guys10:19
MonkeyDustarkie  is this useful https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportMachinesLaptopsAsus10:19
DJones!it | rikyvigna8710:19
ubotturikyvigna87: 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)10:19
rikyvigna87ok ok parlo inglese10:20
rikyvigna87no problem10:20
rikyvigna87i have a question for you DJones10:20
arkiemy laptop isn't listed there MonkeyDust10:20
DJonesrikyvigna87: If its an Ubuntu support question, just ask it in the channel for anybody to help10:21
MonkeyDustarkie  so it's not the external drive, it's your laptop that's the issue, i guess10:22
somsip!info fabric10:22
ubottufabric (source: fabric): Simple Pythonic remote deployment tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.4.2-1.1 (quantal), package size 300 kB, installed size 1446 kB10:22
arkieMonkeyDust, it seems my laptop is shit for ubuntu10:23
arkiei guess ill just stay with windows 710:23
arkiethought this was supposed to be easy10:23
caraconanHi there. Can somebody please help me to get my elinks with spidermonkey enabled? Thanks10:37
lesshastehow do you see the partition layout?10:38
lesshastefdisk -l?10:39
caraconan<lesshaste> cat /etc/fstab as well10:40
lesshasteok thanks10:41
Ben64fstab doesn't show partition layout10:42
lesshasteBen64, what should it be?10:44
icerootlesshaste: sudo fdisk -l10:45
Ben64lesshaste: fstab is a file that lets the system know what it can mount and where10:45
lesshasteok thanks10:46
ujjainHow can I easily re-find Windows in GNOME?10:47
MonkeyDustujjain  alt-tab10:50
pankajhi MonkeyDust10:53
James_mwhat the application do you use for viewing pdf-s which placed in URL-s?10:53
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James_mI use Firefox built-in but it is sometimes pretty slow10:54
histoJames_m: you need a pdf plugin10:54
James_mhisto: I have a pdf plugin and I have okular, the latter seems to be more efficient; some time ago I used xpdf, too, it worked quite nice10:55
James_mbuilt-in Firefox plugin sometimes causes crashes, at least in my case10:55
histoJames_m: then use xpdf10:55
histoJames_m: if you use firefox then mozplugger may be of assistance in getting whatever app to work10:55
James_mOK, thanks10:56
shcherbakJames_m: google have own viewer via google drive10:56
sunusleehow can i make a package from apt-get source ?10:57
jrib!source | sunuslee10:57
ubottusunuslee: You can easily fetch a package's source with apt-get. See: http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/apt-howto/ch-sourcehandling.en.html10:57
sunusleelet's say wget, i first apt-get soruce wget —download-only10:57
histoschmidtm: James_m in chromium you can install the pdf plugin from chrome10:57
sunusleei  get the source, how to make package?10:57
jribsunuslee: read what ubottu told you.  But why do you want to do that?  Why don't you just install it?10:58
histosunuslee: use checkinstall to create a deb instead of the install command building from source10:58
histosunuslee: are you modifying the source?10:58
sunusleehisto:  yeah, that's what i intented to do10:58
histosunuslee: well modify your source then build it and use checkinstall to create your own deb for easy removal later10:59
James_mIs there a command which would allow me to see what is being written to/ read from the disk?10:59
sunusleehisto:  but i don't know how to build back to a .deb :<10:59
jribsunuslee: I suggest building the package properly (just make sure you increment the version and append some private suffix (like ~sunuslee1 or something), checkinstall will ignore metadata provided by the source package afaik11:00
shcherbakJames_m: iotop for activity, inotify more precise11:00
histojrib: you have to specify the version with checkinstall11:00
jribsunuslee: for the third time, ubottu's link tells you how to build a package from the source package11:00
jribhisto: checkinstall will create a package with proper dependencies and care about debian/?11:01
sunusleei am reading it right now11:01
sunusleei was using dpkg-buildpackage back then , and it went failure11:02
histojrib: you can specify all that11:02
James_minotify? What is the package which that command is included in?11:02
histosunuslee: http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/using-checkinstall-build-packages-source11:02
sunusleethank you all! it now is still building!11:03
jribhisto: right, but that's already provided...11:03
jribsunuslee: what exactly are you modifying and building by the way?11:03
vltJames_m: inotify-tools11:04
yeahuyenhow can i tell what kind of wireless card i have in my computer/11:04
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sunusleejrib: haha, not much at this time. i wanted to do some version-control of some package11:04
shcherbakJames_m: bunch of commands, inotifywait and inotifywatch are thinks to have a look at11:04
vltyeahuyen: lspci maybe11:04
sunusleejrib:  for my folks, i consider those as a start point11:04
sunusleejrib:  then just do as modify/build-package/install/modify ...11:05
James_mOK, thanks, but they work if you know what the file you want to watch, don't they? How can I figure out what is the name of the file to which some date are being written/from which they are being read11:07
WaltherWhen using apt-dater to update some software on a ubuntu server, i get "dpkg: warning: 'ldconfig' not found in PATH or not executable11:07
sunusleehisto:  i now can get the .deb file. but do i have to make those source as a .tar.gz file first?11:07
WaltherI already asked on ubuntu-server, but there's no active people around11:07
sunusleehisto:  i mean, can i make package just from the source DIRECTORY?11:07
drewhhhhi folks, I may have done a stupid thing, I was removing ruby and I did sudo apt-get remove --purge ruby*, as it was removing everything grub came up and asked if I really wanted to remove it, and I said no11:08
drewhhhthen I did sudo apt-get grub-pc11:08
mattwj2002hi guys11:08
mattwj2002when is the new release coming out?11:08
shcherbakJames_m: ls gives also listing by time creation/modification/access11:08
mattwj2002this month right?11:08
MonkeyDustmattwj2002  25th11:10
mattwj2002anything cool?11:10
ubottuUbuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) will be the 18th release of Ubuntu, Discussion and support until final release in #ubuntu+111:10
mattwj2002thanks MonkeyDust11:10
James_mBut is there an easy way to figure out what are the files on which the disk operations are being involved at this very moment?11:10
mattwj2002nice name by the way ;)11:10
ymerhmm don't you get a bit bored when you finially have installed and set up your system as you want it to be11:10
ymerand then there isn't anything else to do ...11:11
barnexymer: the system is never the way you want it11:12
WaltherWhen using apt-dater to remotely update some software on a ubuntu server, i get "dpkg: warning: 'ldconfig' not found in PATH or not executable". The apt-dater works fine with other servers.11:12
ymerbarnex : I have done the update for the day and don't know what to do now :)11:13
barnexinstall xmonad11:13
barnexplay around with your vimrc or emacs config11:13
rymate1234barnex: Eww emacs11:14
arkieuse lvm with ubuntu installation?11:15
arkienot sure whether to select this or not11:15
Guest54724Hey ... just booted live from USB. How do I login?11:15
Guest54724desktop iso 64 bit11:16
James_mhmmm... it seems that there is a way and it is called lsof, but it is not very clear to me what information is included its output.11:16
barnexarkie: you probably want this11:16
arkiehmm ok11:16
barnexarkie: it will let you resize partitions easier later on11:16
barnexarkie: and you will be able to join partitions on different media into one logical partition11:17
barnexif you'd like to have 10GB of /home someday on multiple drives11:17
ymerright now barnex : honestly the system is as good as I want it now :) when I get the raspberryPI and my second monitor up and running then I got something to play with11:17
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barnexyup, someone maybe has two monitors and xmonad? I have weird issues with flash plugin and some video players online.11:18
barnexlike embedded youtube doesn't fit fullscreen properly, but youtube on youtube.com works well11:18
kirankumarhow install in ubunto11:19
barnexkirankumar: wat?11:19
barnexkirankumar: you want to install some software in ubuntu, or ubuntu on computer?11:20
bazhang!install | kirankumar have a read11:20
ubottukirankumar have a read: 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 !automate11:20
bazhang!apt-get > kirankumar11:20
ubottukirankumar, please see my private message11:20
kirankumarsorry i want to install software in ubunto11:20
MonkeyDustkirankumar  there's the software center, to start with11:21
Guest54724I booted from USB and landed in desktop with "login" window. How tf do I now login?11:21
barnexkirankumar: launch software-centre, it's a kind of app-store for ubuntu, you can get a lot of apps from that11:21
bazhangkirankumar, read the apt-get message the bot sent you11:22
bazhang!manual | kirankumar and read this first11:22
ubottukirankumar and read this first: 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/11:22
barnexkirankumar: you might prefer to join a support channel if your nativa language - there are some for many languages - if you aren't comfortable with english11:22
bazhang!apt-get | kirankumar here11:22
ubottukirankumar here: APT is the Advanced Package Tool, which together with dpkg forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit. Short apt-get manual: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptGetHowto - Also see !Synaptic (Gnome), !Muon (KDE) or !Apper (KDE)11:22
barnexkirankumar: just type 'software-centre' in the menu that appears when you click the upper-left corner11:23
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adrianrhHi! Does anyone know how I can downgrade from 13.04 to 12.10? Some of my packages are not supported.11:23
bazhangadrianrh, full reinstall11:24
kirankumarfreinds any antivirus is need in ubuntu for  virus protection11:24
bazhangkirankumar, no11:24
bazhang!virus | kirankumar11:24
ubottukirankumar: Antivirus is something you don't need on !Linux. except where files are then passed to windows computers (perhaps using samba), See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Antivirus11:24
adrianrhbazhang, DAMN, that is a full week of work with confiugrations..... really, no other option?11:24
kirankumarthanks bazhang11:25
BluesKajHiyas all11:25
bazhangadrianrh, correct. I hope you have a separate /home partition11:25
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smigoso ... anyone with a clue on how to install from USB?11:26
bazhangsmigo, with unetbootin or usb-disk-creator11:26
bazhang!unetbootin | smigo have a read11:26
ubottusmigo have a read: For information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent11:26
smigoI dded iso image to usb key11:26
bazhangsmigo, did you md5 the iso prior to that11:27
kirankumarfreinds  i wantio change  permission my folder how it done?11:27
bazhang!permissions | kirankumar have a read11:27
ubottukirankumar have a read: An explanation of what file permissions are and how they can be manipulated can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions11:27
bazhangkirankumar, please read all the many many links we have given you first11:27
smigobazhang: no do you reckong ubuntu.org is compromised?11:27
adrianrhthanks for the help bazhang. btw, do you think  everything will be in order if I just wait for all the packages to update to ubuntu 13.10? after the full release on the 25th?11:27
smigosorry .com11:27
bazhangsmigo, no11:28
smigoI ended up with a login prompt in what looks like a gnome session11:28
smigohow do I login?11:28
kirankumarupdate manager not done work properly it long time to wait now what i do?11:28
bazhangadrianrh, thats hard to say. may be worth the wait, however, depending on how bad it is11:28
bazhangsmigo, did you or did you not md5 the iso11:28
adrianrhthanks bazhang, I think I have to wait :(11:29
smigobazhang: i didn't11:29
bazhangsmigo, thats the very elementary first step in these situations11:29
bazhang!hashes | smigo11:29
ubottusmigo: See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuHashes for the md5sums of all downloadable Ubuntu releases11:29
kirankumarplease reply11:29
bazhangkirankumar, all you have said is "not work"  thats not detailed enough by a long shot11:30
smigobazhang: so your suggesting I have a compromised iso?11:30
bazhangkirankumar, if you wish to troubleshoot then you need to give us a very detailed description, pastebin of error messages etc11:30
bazhangsmigo, a corrupt iso is a distinct possibility11:31
bazhangsmigo, I would recommend getting the torrent11:31
WaltherWhen using apt-dater to remotely update some software on a ubuntu server, i get "dpkg: warning: 'ldconfig' not found in PATH or not executable". The apt-dater works fine with other servers.11:32
bazhang!info apt-dater11:33
ubottuapt-dater (source: apt-dater): terminal-based remote package update manager. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.0-3 (quantal), package size 69 kB, installed size 267 kB11:33
smigobazhang: md5sum is correct11:33
smigonow what?11:33
jrtapperssmigo, What is the problem?11:33
hungovercholbybazhang is a faggot11:33
smigoI'd like to instal ubuntu 64 12.10 from USB ... I'm presented with what looks like a gnome live session and login prompt11:34
smigohow do I login?11:34
bazhangsmigo, what was the exact error when you booted from the usb stick11:34
smigothere was no error11:34
kirankumari wanto scan a mobile it is posible through my ubuntu any software?11:35
bazhangkirankumar, scan a mobile? a mobile what11:35
smigochecking disk for defects...11:36
jrtapperssmigo, Do you mean a GUI login or a CLI login?11:36
jrtapperssmigo, User Name?11:36
smigojrtappers: no username11:36
jrtapperssmigo, try pressing enter11:37
smigojrtappers: tried enter live/live ubuntu/ubuntu ubuntu/ live/ ....11:37
smigoyou named it i tried it11:37
jrtapperssmigo, Ok, Ctrl + Alt + F111:37
kirankumarbazhang sir,my brother micromax mobile wanto scan  x560 model11:37
jrtapperssmigo, Got a CLI?11:38
smigojrtappers: yes but no login prompt11:38
smigoI tried that ... to add user with username/pass11:38
jrtapperssmigo, What does it say?11:38
smigoI will dd image again just in case11:38
smigojrtappers: says login error11:39
jrtapperssmigo, Sounds like a bad copy, what did you use to make the USB?11:39
smigoand I sync-ed after11:40
jrtapperssmigo, USB or CD?11:40
smigocan you dd to a CD?11:40
jrtapperssmigo, Try using startup disk creator11:40
jrtapperssmigo, ISO is designed for CD11:40
smigoCDs are for 20th century :D11:40
bazhangjrtappers, the 12.10 iso is not11:40
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bazhangsmigo, iso are meant for usb as well as other medium these days11:41
smigojesus .. from the 10 distros I tried this week I come to the one that hopefully everything will just work ...11:41
bazhangjrtappers, ^11:41
rschu68fuduntu is also nice :))11:41
bazhangsmigo, I would give unetbootin a try with that11:42
smigobazhang: you don't have a clue11:42
jrtappersbazhang, It was more that they are primarily for CD / DVD and that USB is secondary11:42
bazhangrschu68, thats fedora remix11:42
jrtapperssmigo, Unetbootin or Yumi11:42
bazhangsmigo, that tone is not necessary here. we are try ing to help11:42
smigosure, sry11:43
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gustavTell me an easy way administrate kernels. apt-get seems to throw out or reconfigure it all the time.11:45
smigo"Most newer computers can boot from USB. You should see a welcome screen prompting you to choose your language and giving you the option to install Ubuntu or try it from the CD."11:45
gustavI want to set a 3.5 kernel as default.11:45
smigoSeen that, choose language, same problem11:45
bazhanggustav, you wish to pin the kernel? any particular reason?11:46
bazhang!pinning | gustav have a read11:46
ubottugustav have a read: pinning is an advanced feature that APT can use to prefer particular packages over others. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PinningHowto11:46
gustavbazhang: Somehow I'm running 3.7 and I think it's the reason for my fans running all the time.11:46
bazhanggustav, is this 12.1011:47
gustavbazhang: Yes.11:47
dodihow do I configure the boot manager?11:47
bazhanggustav, so you dont mean pin. you mean downgrade to a lesser kernel11:47
poisoned_dragonhow did you inadvertently install a 3.7 kernel on ubuntu 12.10?11:47
gustavbazhang: Yeah.11:47
poisoned_dragonDoesn't 12.10 use 3.5?11:47
gustavpoisoned_dragon: nVidia drivers.11:48
bazhang!info linux11:48
ubottulinux (source: linux-meta): Generic complete Linux kernel.. In component main, is optional. Version (quantal), package size 1 kB, installed size 32 kB11:48
gustavI think.11:48
poisoned_dragonOh..... dang.11:48
arkiedoes anyone know if this problem still exists on ubuntu? http://www.grimsby.us/?p=7011:48
bazhanggustav, 12.10 is 3.511:48
arkieim currently installing it now on my asus ul30vt11:48
arkiei fear i wont be able to switch graphics11:48
gustavbazhang: I see. Well, I'm not running a standard distribution then?11:48
bazhanggustav, where'd you get the 3.711:48
MonkeyDustarkie  try and report, for other users and future reference11:49
MonkeyDusttry it*11:49
arkieif not do you think that fix will still work?11:49
arkiei hope it does..11:49
gustavbazhang: You know how to check?11:49
dodiafter installing Ubuntu I cannot boot my other systems any more :-(11:49
arkiealso, what do you guys think is the better browser for ubuntu? chrome or FF?11:49
gustavbazhang: It's linux-image-3.7.0-7-generic.11:49
bazhanggustav, your current kernel? or how you got it11:49
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gustavbazhang: What repo it's from.11:50
bazhanggustav, sounds like a PPA11:50
gustavbazhang: That's what I'm thinking.11:50
gustavHowever: Maintainer: Ubuntu Kernel Team <kernel-team@lists.ubuntu.com>11:50
bazhangcheck /etc/apt/sources.list.d gustav11:50
WaltherWhen using apt-dater to remotely update some software on a ubuntu server, i get "dpkg: warning: 'ldconfig' not found in PATH or not executable". The apt-dater works fine with other servers.11:50
poisoned_dragonWell, if you haven't deleted the old 3.5 kernel, you can boot to it from grub and remove 3.711:51
gustavbazhang: Is there no tool to search. Must be millions of packages. o_o11:51
bazhanggustav, you have that many PPA?11:51
gustavbazhang: No. I mean what they contain.11:51
Walthergustav: apt-cache search packagename11:52
gustavLooks like it's from here http://ppa.launchpad.net/xorg-edgers/ppa/ubuntu/pool/main/l/linux/ .11:52
gustavGRUB is so damn scary.11:53
gustavSomeone should control it.11:53
gustavInstalling linux-image-3.5.0-18-lowlatency. Now you have to tell me how to make grub fall in love with it.11:54
smigoGRUB is over-engineered11:54
gustavHow can you say that? It doesn't even run Firefox!11:54
poisoned_dragonlol... GRUB is your boot loader.11:55
cfhowlettgustav, grub is a bootloader... of course it doesn't run firefox11:55
poisoned_dragonit's never meant to load firefox. teehee11:55
gustavDon't take me seriously please.11:55
dodican it boot win?11:56
gustavNo, but Firefox can.11:56
cfhowlettdodi, yes11:56
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dodihow? grub doesn't offer me any choice11:56
marjinal1sthi, i'm running ubuntu server 12.10 with virtualbox on ubuntu 12.10 desktop. i'm trying to get LAMP to work, it seems working but how can i homepage on my ubuntu desktop? like localhost etc? (can't access with localhost)11:56
marjinal1st*open homepage11:57
cfhowlettmarjinal1st, perhaps a question for #ubuntu-server?11:57
Walthermarjinal1st: try http://localhost:808011:57
Walthercfhowlett: -server is pretty quiet11:57
somsipmarjinal1st: you would need to access the ip of the VM. Get it frmo ifconfig on the VM11:57
mariophi, i have a printer problem, when i print a pdf on my network printer (lexmark t644) i get a page with printed "ERROR: configuration error OFFENDING COMMAND: setpagedevice. How can i solve? (ubuntu 12.10)11:57
gipzoHello. How can I start xserver (with xinit) on ubuntu server, without display?11:58
marjinal1stgonna try11:58
somsip!info xvfb | gipzo11:58
ubottugipzo: xvfb (source: xorg-server): Virtual Framebuffer 'fake' X server. In component main, is optional. Version 2:1.13.0-0ubuntu6.1 (quantal), package size 797 kB, installed size 1842 kB11:58
MonkeyDustgipzo  #ubuntu-server11:58
gipzoI tried to add mode with xrandr. xinit starts, but when i insert my display it's not showing11:58
marjinal1stthanks I a a lot, typed ifconfig, got IP and working :)11:59
somsipmarjinal1st: no. Also, see !who12:00
somsipmarjinal1st: *np :)12:00
gustavHow am I supposed to set GRUB_DEFAULT when I'm in the OS, I don't know the number? It's in a submenu as well.12:00
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gustavYou're just waiting for me to Google. :(12:01
gustavWell, c ya.12:02
gipzoI have 4 tv's connected to my server, i need to always output video on them12:04
gipzobut when tv's are off and my xinit is restarted - it's not showing on tv's when they're back12:05
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joakimwHey guys. I know this might not be the right forum, but its my best bet right now. Is there anyone here who's been toying with raspberry pi's and LXDE? I want to know if its possible in the autostart config to not only open programs, but also to close them again? Since I want to get rid of chromium crash warnings, an easy workaround is to close it and open again. Is it possible to do that with LXDE autostart?12:10
gustavjoakimw: Well, I don't know what that is.12:11
kirankumarHow to solve a "Input is Not Supported "   Before  Login Page Come?12:11
CiSenseHi ... sucessfuly installed 12.10 64bit with wubi, after installing the ATI driver, it wont start the desktop, how can I fix it?12:12
TheHackOpsCiSense, Any errors12:12
cfhowlettjoakim_, pretty sure raspberry has its own irc ...12:12
joakimwgustav: its just a lightweight desktop, that has an autostart configuration with the pretty simple annotation that goes like @program name to start a program. But i'd like to close one12:12
gustavjoakimw: Uhm. It's a WM?12:13
cfhowlettCiSense, wubi is being dropped ... for good reason.  consider dual booting or virtualbox as workable and working options.12:13
joakimwgustav: nono, its instead of ubuntu, but this channel was my best bet12:13
gustavjoakimw: Not sure what the problem is.12:14
CiSensecfhowlett, that's a shame I like the idea of not touching windows12:14
cfhowlettCiSense, precisely why virtualbox is worth looking at.  try it12:15
marahinvirtual box sucsk balls12:15
marahintry XEN virtualizaiton :)12:15
marahinpretty simple to set up, and very (very!) comfortable to use.12:16
CiSensecfhowlett, I have an empty partition can i install 12.10 there and leave XP alone?12:16
marahinit also supports pci passthrough. ;)12:16
cfhowlettCiSense,  as it next to what you've already got?  if it's an extended partition, sure.  MBR has a limit of 4 logical parts ...12:17
llutzcfhowlett:4 primary, not logical12:17
cfhowlettllutz, grr.  right.  I keep inverting terms.  thanks.  cisense, take note12:18
CiSensecfhowlett, it's 2TB drive divided into 8 parts12:18
cfhowlettCiSense, so I'm guessing NOT mbr partitioned ... gpt?12:18
CiSensecfhowlett, dunno, i createdthe partitons during XP install with the standard tool12:19
CiSensehow can I tell?12:19
cfhowlettCiSense, so long since I did this ...12:20
CiSensetell me about it :)12:20
cfhowlettCiSense, I think it displays if you select hdd through the windows manager and display properties12:20
llutzif it is Xp its most likely MBR, because only XP-64bit can use gpt at all and only for data12:21
CiSensechowlett, each partition is a local NTFS disk12:22
cfhowlettCiSense, OK, well, sorry, but that kind of talk is ... over my head.  ask again in the channel.  someone will know.12:23
CiSensellutz, ok yes it's 32 bit XP12:23
llutzCiSense: sounds like mbr with extended partition holding some logical drives. nothing special12:23
CiSensei can believe that12:24
WaltherWhen using apt-dater to remotely update some software on a ubuntu server, i get "dpkg: warning: 'ldconfig' not found in PATH or not executable". The apt-dater works fine with other servers.12:24
CiSenseso i can install onto the spare partition with the advanced option thingy?12:24
llutzCiSense: shouldn't be a problem12:25
CiSensellutz, if it is we may be chatting again :)12:25
dzanhi, i'm following this guide to debootstrap an ubuntu rootfs: https://plus.google.com/100386424363328269117/posts/RhdQmjz4gBJ i'm using raring instead of precise12:25
llutzCiSense: its always nice to have backups ;)12:26
dzanafter following the steps basic packages are missing ( wget, curl, vim,... )12:26
dzanwhat am I doing wrong,12:26
CiSensellutz, absolutely ...12:27
whoru_Hi Guys12:27
cfhowlettwhoru_, greetings12:27
whoru_while debating with few friends we have a question12:27
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whoru_what is Linux?12:27
gustavxload looks like a pretty funky hairdo.12:27
whoru_an OS or Kernel12:27
gustavwhoru_: Kernel.12:28
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whoru_this website says its OS12:28
DJoneswhoru_: Not really a question for this channel, you're betting joining #ubuntu-offtopic to discuss it12:28
Kartagisthe OS is GNU/Linux12:28
gustavwhoru_: Eh. It's not that interesting. It can be any.12:30
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DrGrovDJones: Thanks for the help btw last night or two nights ago. Got the bug squashed that had to do with Chrome/Chromium/Firefox + Flash.12:31
DJonesDrGrov: You're welcome, glad you got it sorted12:31
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DrGrovDJones: It was a segfault of nvidia-current. Got nouveau installed, an upgrade of some sort to the original 12.04 nouveau and modelined my xorg.conf and disabled EDID information. Now it is 1920x1080 as intended.12:32
DrGrovDJones: Thanks12:32
an0nWhat is recommended size for root partition in ubuntu 12.04?12:32
arkie_Hey guys12:32
DrGrovan0n: I put 25GB for / . Usually I keep a minimum of 10-12 GB but bigger if possible.12:33
cfhowlettan0n, 10 should me more than enough12:33
arkie_I just installed ubuntu on my laptop, for some reason when i change the brightness nothing happens.12:33
arkie_Any suggestions?12:33
DrGrovan0n: But I have a suitable 32GB SSD for root so I tend to use it to full size only for root anyhow.12:33
OerHeksarkie_, suggestion: give more details, what laptop etc12:33
arkie_OerHeks: it's an Asus UL30VT12:33
DrGrovcfhowlett: Regarding the root partition. What is preferred to use as file system for root? Does it matter greatly if it is ext4 or xfs?12:34
cfhowlettDrGrov, default is ext4.  unless you really know what you're doing and why, I'd go with that12:35
an0ncfhowlett: What kind of software is installed?12:35
cfhowlettan0n, ubuntustudio fully updated 12.04.212:35
DrGrovcfhowlett: I actually gotta check what I put. Any nice terminal command to easily check? fdisk -l does it?12:36
gustavWindowMaker has a bug. Where should I turn? For real this time.12:36
cfhowlettDrGrov, du -H12:36
aguitelany tips to install linux in Acer aspireone 725 model ?12:36
arkie_cfhowlett: any ideas?12:36
DrGrovcfhowlett: Ah, I remember fdisk -l from my yesterday xorg.conf adventure :) Thanks. That is useful to know.12:36
cfhowlettDrGrov, df -H   fingers have dyslexia.12:37
cfhowlettarkie, sorry, can't help with that one ...12:37
DrGrovcfhowlett: Ah yes, df -h I know. But ah, it is capital H. That explains why I just got a strange output.12:38
cfhowlettDrGrov, fwiw: fully updated ubuntustudio with medibuntu and restricted extras / runs 6.8 gigs12:38
DrGrovcfhowlett: fdisk -l does not harm anyhow? It just lists partitions?12:38
Ben64DrGrov: doesn't work on gpt, and you need to use sudo with it12:38
an0nDrGrov: Normally I use 10 gb, is it enough to install ide, kde, a virtual machine and some software? Making the system updates this space would be enough?12:38
DrGrovcfhowlett: Okay, that is not bad. Then I might next time repartition my 32GB SSD a bit differently.12:38
cfhowlettDrGrov, ah, I should mention, my /home is in a separate partition12:39
DrGrovcfhowlett: Mine as well. I have a 250GB for /home and /tmp.12:39
cfhowlettDrGrov, similar to my setup.12:39
DrGrovan0n: Yes, that is enough. I just had the separate 32GB SSD in use which I did not know what to do with otherwise.12:40
gustavAny suggestions if I want to make my Ubuntu a little "cooler?"12:40
DrGrovBen64: I mean running "sudo fdisk -l" does not harm the current system in any way?12:40
Ben64DrGrov: correct12:40
DrGrovgustav: Cooler as colder or cool as pimped up?12:40
OerHeksarkie_, seems like an old bug, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/542296  maybe you can make this old solution work >> http://wiki.daviddarts.com/Ubuntu_Maverick_on_the_Asus_UL30VT#Scripts_to_Activate_Screen_Brightness_Keys12:40
ubottuLaunchpad bug 542296 in linux (Ubuntu) "Cannot change brightness Asus UL30VT" [Medium,Expired]12:40
gustavDrGrov: Pimp my Ubuntu.12:40
DrGrovBen64: Thank you. I have a weak spot for creating havoc while having root god access :)12:41
gustavDrGrov: I already have the random keyboard colours.12:41
gustavI want to go Plan 9.12:41
DrGrovgustav: Ok, well to start with it depends what DE or WM you got. I pimp my system quite heavily always the first few days until it settles.12:41
gustavDrGrov: Yeah, well, I run WindowMaker.12:42
gustavWould be nice to try CDE.12:42
gustavThat's what I really want.12:42
blackshirti'm always encountered error with apache server12:42
DrGrovgustav: What specs do you have then? Perhaps we do the discussion in #ubuntu-offtopic since this has apparently nothing to do with Ubuntu itself?12:42
medwardsI appear to have borked my multi-arch setup in a fit of uninstalling i386 packages that I thought were unnecessary... can I get a touch of help? I just want wine-1.5 and i think I've narrowed it down to libgcc1:i386 being v4.7 but the libgcc1 is 4.6 :/12:42
DrGrovcfhowlett: What do you usually include in a partitioning? /, /home, /swap and /tmp ?12:43
gustavDrGrov: I'm on there.12:43
cfhowlettDrGrov, /home for my stuff, / for the filesystem and /swap of 2X ram, i.e. 8 gigs12:44
cfhowlettDrGrov, but that's just me ...12:44
DrGrovcfhowlett: Ah, I see. I should have also done that for /swap. Damn it. It is just 8 GB now when I have 8GB of RAM.12:45
cfhowlettDrGrov, lots of debate on /swap and ram... I just find that the 2X formula makes it a brainless decision.12:45
DrGrovcfhowlett: That is true. I had a old P2 466MHz with 128MB of RAM (upgraded to 192MB later) and had a 4GB swap.12:46
cfhowlettwasanzy, greetings12:46
DrGrovcfhowlett: It sure does make it brainless :) I tend to keep 1X now. But if I had a older system definitely at least 2X, perhaps even 8X.12:47
wasanzyI want to create a different terminal profiles, each of them with different colors, how can I do that?12:47
wasanzyis possible in Gnome but is not working on xubuntu12:47
wasanzyso in the command field when I go to the terminal's property, I hv to add some thing like this: gnome-terminal --window-with-profile gold --zoom=1.312:49
an0nDrGrov: The hard drive is 80 gb I thought I'd leave this way / 10 gb, 2gb swap and 68 gb / home. I believe that is sufficient space in the root partition to use programming software, virtual machines, GUIs .. How many gb ranks ubuntu 12.04.2 installed and updated?12:49
wasanzythe name of this terminal will gold12:49
wasanzythis is not working in ubuntu, please advise12:49
cfhowlettan0n, sounds reasonable though personally, I'd double down on the ram12:50
DrGrovan0n: Do not forget the /tmp I would say.12:50
DrGrovan0n: I can check my 12.04.2 as I am running now. I have installed quite some additional stuff though but for a bit of guidance.12:51
DrGrovan0n: I am using roughly 5.2GB as of now, cleaned up quite much though. But 10GB is definitely enough for everything you need I would say.12:51
arkie_Can someone help me. I've just installed ubuntu for the first time. It's all good but I can't adjust the brightness on my laptop...12:52
DrGrovan0n: Also do as cfhowlett says, double down on the ram.12:52
cfhowlettan0n, regularly running apt-get autoremove and apt-get clean will sweep out your cache and leave more room on the /12:53
medwardswhen I try to do sudo apt-get install libgcc1:i386 I get 'libgcc1 : Breaks: libgcc1:i386 (!= 1:4.7.0-12ubuntu2~local1~oneiric) but 1:4.6.3-1ubuntu5 is to be installed' any ideas?12:53
jribmedwards: are you using oneiric?12:54
an0ncfhowlett: I could leave 15 gb root partition in order to have a spare, but do not like to stay idle space. The problem is partition so you have to do it again because of the size defined in the root partition ..12:56
an0ncfhowlett: How much space do you leave?12:58
cfhowlettan0n, I've got ubuntustudio PLUS medibuntu AND restricted extras.  My / filesystem is only 6.8 gigs.12:58
Rahul_21 hello i am acutally gettin an error whil installing mysql-server-5.5 .It reaches a point where it says "Setting up mysql-server-5.5 (5.5.29-0ubuntu0.12.10.1) ..." and it stays there forever12:58
Rahul_21can any1 please help me out12:58
cfhowlettan0n, and I assigned 16 gigs to / so yeah ... room to grow12:58
ubottuRahul_21,: 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 ..."12:58
Rahul_21ubottu, I am trying to reinstall my mysql.....so for that i typed "sudo apt-get -f install".....its stuck on "Setting up mysql-server-5.5 (5.5.29-0ubuntu0.12.10.1) ..."13:00
ubottuRahul_21: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)13:00
an0ncfhowlett: Regarding the older distributions, Ubuntu 12.04.2 occupies more space?13:00
medwardsjrib: 12.04, not sure what that ends up being13:01
cfhowlettan0n, probably not noticeably more.13:01
jribmedwards: so does "1:4.7.0-12ubuntu2~local1~oneiric" have no meaning to you?13:01
medwardsjrib: precise13:01
medwardsah good catch13:01
an0ncfhowlett: Regarding older Ubuntu distributions, Ubuntu 12.04.2 occupies more space?13:01
Rahul_21ubottu, lol ,but please help13:01
ubottuRahul_21: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)13:01
jribmedwards: I imagine you probably have some ppa or unofficial package installed that's messing things up13:01
medwardsjrib: Yeah I got a few13:02
medwardsjrib: I'll tear them all and give it another go with win13:02
cfhowlettan0n, in my experience, about the same amount of space required.13:02
Rahul_21ubottu, can anyone else help me out13:03
ubottuRahul_21: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)13:03
an0ncfhowlett: And this space is how much?13:03
arkie_I'm having troubles with brightness if anyone could lend a hand.13:03
philinuxan0n: Root on mine is at about 4gig. I usually give 10 gig to root on a new install13:04
cfhowlettan0n, my 12.04.2 ubuntustudio root fits on 6.8 gigs.  4 more gigs for /swap and 227 for /home13:04
an0ncfhowlett: Yes13:07
mustafa_I have installed bumblebee on my hybrid graphics laptop with nvidia geoforce but when I try to run application using optirun I get an error that bumblebee isn't running. Any ideas?13:08
an0nphilinux: What kind of software you have installed?13:08
dvyjnsI need some help installing nvidia drivers.13:09
an0ncfhowlett: How many gbs you set for your root partition?13:09
philinuxan0n: well just the usual default stuff plus the restricted extras13:09
cfhowlettan0n, 16 for the root13:09
an0ncfhowlett: Yes13:10
philinuxdvyjns: whats wrong with using the normal way of installing13:10
joakimwAnyone in here who has experience with LXDE? It seems I cant get my autostart script to both open and close a chromium instance13:10
medwardsjrib: All my old PPAs gone (didn't find any likely candidates for this package) and apt-get update done - still have the conflict13:11
philinuxdvyjns: system settings> software and updates > additional drivers13:11
dvyjnsphilinux, i recently installed ubuntu 12.04 and nothing shows up on "Additonal drivers".13:11
jribmedwards: pastebin: apt-cache policy libgcc1 libgcc1:i38613:11
mustafa_any help wih hybrid graphics laptop is  appreciated13:11
philinuxdvyjns: whats your graphics card13:11
dvyjnsphilinux, GTX 68013:12
medwardsjrib: http://pastebin.ca/235576313:12
jribmedwards: you have that weird version installed13:13
philinuxdvyjns: try from a terminal sudo apt-get install nvidia-current13:14
an0ncfhowlett: Thanks for the tips13:14
cfhowlettan0n, best of luck13:14
mustafa_philinux: Could you help me with my hybrid graphics laptop please?13:14
philinuxmustafa_: never come across those sorry. someone else may have13:15
mustafa_philinux: thanks anyway :)13:15
an0nphilinux: thanks13:16
robblue2xmustafa_: what kind of card is it? I had an AMD 6630M in a Dell Vostro 3550 and the latest drivers from AMD worked13:16
dvyjnsphilinux, tried it. It installs "Nvidia X server settings", cant set my resolution to 1920x1080. Stuck on 1024x768.13:16
medwardsjrib: correct, I've taken several approaches to removing it, but it persistently insists that I uninstall absolutely everything as a result...13:16
medwardsjrib: do you know how I get the precise entry to have a higher ranking? I'm assuming if its 50 instead of 500 it will get selected instead of the local version?13:17
philinuxan0n: also these days I leave home on root and now have a separate data partition instead13:17
mustafa_robblue2x: It's nvidia geforce with cuda13:17
jribmedwards: you can see the candidate for i386 is already the precise version.  I suggest try downgrading your libgcc1 with apt-get install libgcc1=VERSION (you can get the version from apt-cache policy output)13:18
an0nphilinux: yes13:18
medwardsah perfect13:19
robblue2xmustafa_: Ah i haven't used a NVidia based hybrid GPU, but the nvidia driver is supposed to be quite good on ubuntu13:19
jribmedwards: note downgrading isn't support so things could go horribly wrong...13:19
ggherdovHi all. How to know if package XYZ is installed on my system?13:19
RalliasI'm having an issue using lxc-destroy... "rm: cannot remove ‘/var/lib/lxc/rallias/rootfs’: Operation not permitted". What should I do?13:19
medwardsjrib: is there an easy way to search for my weird local package version #? I know for example that gcc-4.7-base is also from the same PPA13:19
* ggherdov what was that apt-get option...13:19
jribggherdov: apt-cache policy XYZ13:19
robblue2xggherdov: dpkg -l | grep package13:19
ggherdovjrib: ok thanks13:19
medwardsjrib: lol thats OK, for 4.7 its an upgrade actually :D13:19
arkie_in what folder on the file system are downloaded programs?13:20
ggherdovrobblue2x: ok]13:20
mustafa_robblue2x: Ubuntu now is running on my intel card. How can I make specific application run on the nvidia card through terminal?13:20
philinuxdvyjns: check your bios re graphics card13:20
jribmedwards: you can use aptitude's search (see its manual).  I don't know the right options offhand13:20
arkie_i need to copy a file into the directory of a downloaded program but cant find where it is13:20
arkie_are they all in the etc folder on the file system?13:20
medwardsjrib: or I'm a herp derp, dpkg -l is enough13:20
arkie_or where?13:20
jribmedwards: true, if you can match for that ~local1~oneric string I guess13:20
robblue2xmustafa_: sorry, i've no idea, have you installed the nvidia drivers?13:20
philinuxdvyjns: bios may be set to use onboard graphics or something13:20
dvyjnsphilinux, okay brb.13:21
mustafa_robblue2x: through addition driver manager or terminal? Because through additional driver manager it doesn't show me any drivers to download.13:21
Piciarkie_: packages are installed into a number of different paths depending on what sort of iles are being installed. Perhaps if you explain exactly what you are looking for we could help you better.13:22
mustafa_robblue2x: Do you also have any idea how can I see which video card my Ubuntu is using?13:22
adamkmustafa_: After you used apt-get to install the driver, did you reboot and check /var/log/Xorg.0.log to see if it was actually using the nvidia driver?13:22
jribmustafa_: by the way, there is a ppa-purge application that does this downgrading for you13:22
foobArrrrprinting problem: my printers work for a few pages, then stop printing. the print queue window shows "Printing ...", but nothing happens anymore. after reboot they work again, but only for a few pages. same behavior with two different printers (Brother HL-2030 and Oki B4100). Kubuntu 12.10 64bit13:23
adamkD'oh, I asked the wrong person...13:23
robblue2xmustafa_: that is strange, i've never came accross that13:23
jribmedwards: by the way, there is a ppa-purge application that does this downgrading for you13:23
arkie_hey guys, i installed a program called keepass. ive got a plugin for it that i need to drop in its directory. where can i find that in the filesystem?13:23
jribmustafa_: ignore my message please, I meant it for someone else13:23
robblue2xarkie_: "which keepass" will tell you where the program is, but thats probably not where you want to put the plugin13:24
mustafa_i didn't install the driver yet, I am going to install it now. But first I want to make sure I can run only selected application using the nvidia and keep everything else using the intel card for battery reasons.13:24
dvyjnsphilinux, thanks mate.13:25
adamkmustafa_: That's exactly how optimus is supposed to work.13:25
adamkPersonally, I have no experience with it.13:25
philinuxdvyjns: what was it?13:25
dvyjnsphilinux, onboard graphics. I turned off "IGD multi-monitor" and when i booted linux my resolution was 1920x1080.13:26
mustafa_adamk: Optimus is what's i run fter installing bumblebee right?13:26
philinuxdvyjns: ah righto. is your graphics card built in or separate13:26
medwardsjrib: haha now have to do it for libstdc++. I feel super safe (not) but its important progress. Thanks for helping point out my herp moment and showing me how to force versions with apt!13:27
dvyjnsphilinux, separate.13:27
jribmedwards: ppa-purge might be easier for you if there are a lot of packages13:27
adamkmustafa_: Optimus is just the name of that hybrid GPU technology your laptop uses.13:28
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philinuxdvyjns: ok anyway glad you're sorted13:28
arkie_robblue2x: I need to dump this .pglx file in the KeePass directory.13:28
medwardsjrib: its not so bad, just 4 packages http://pastebin.ca/235577113:29
mustafa_adamk: Ah, thanks :)13:29
arkie_Problem is I can't find the directory.13:29
medwardsand I got a bunch of stuff from pgsql GIS related repos that I need for work13:29
jribmedwards: ppa-purge lets you specify the ppa.  But if it's only 4 packages, then it doesn't seem worth it13:29
Rahul_21medwards, hello please can you help me with mysql-server-5.5 installation?13:30
medwardsRahul_21: um... I don't know? Post what the problem is and if I can help I will, but if not someone else might be able to then.13:32
Rahul_21medwards, i actually want to remove it completely and then re insatll it13:33
rschu68arkie: in fc18 it is $HOME/.config/keepassx13:33
Rahul_21medwards, i get errors like "E: Could not get lock /var/cache/apt/archives/lock - open (11: Resource temporarily unavailable)13:33
Rahul_21E: Unable to lock directory /var/cache/apt/archives/13:33
medwardsthats not a mysql problem, you have synaptic or aptitude open somewhere else13:33
Mr___NobodyHello , i have a problem with my ubuntu 10.04 desktop , it's hard to explain bacause i'm not english , but here is a picture ! http://postimg.org/image/iaxsvwq71/13:34
medwardsRahul_21: only one thing can use apt-get at a time, most graphical interfaces are using it all the time13:34
magesingHi everyone, I'm trying to set up my machine to be headless, with a graphical environment which can be accessed via a running x11vnc server. I have it running if my user is logged in, however, I'm having problems finding the proper .Xauthority file for the display manager. Which display manager does 12.10 use? Where does it keep it's Xauth file?13:34
Rahul_21medwards, ok,can you tell me how do i remove mysql completely and then reinstall it13:35
Rahul_21medwards, please13:35
medwardsRahul_21: What command are you entering to get the error message you posted.13:35
cfhowlettmagesing, #ubuntu-server13:35
Rahul_21medwards, sudo apt-get -f install13:35
Picicfhowlett, magesing: xorg problems are not suitable for #ubuntu-server13:36
medwardsOK, first off, you need to figure out where your other package manager is and close it. Then it should be something like sudo apt-get remove mysql-server13:36
medwardsRahul_21: ^13:36
cfhowlettPici, OK ... thought the headless thing was the key13:37
philinuxmagesing: it's always been in the home folder of the user as .Xauthority13:37
Rahul_21medwards, E: Could not get lock /var/cache/apt/archives/lock - open (11: Resource temporarily unavailable)13:37
Rahul_21E: Unable to lock directory /var/cache/apt/archives/13:37
Mr___NobodyHello , i have a problem with my ubuntu 10.04 desktop , it's hard to explain bacause i'm not english , but here is a picture ! http://postimg.org/image/iaxsvwq71/13:37
magesingphilinux: hmm ok, so my user's .Xauthority will be good even before my user is logged in?13:38
medwardsRahul_21: You have some other application open that is making it impossible to use apt-get. Find that app and close it.13:38
adrianpavoneHey all, trying to install the gcc toolchain, but when I type sudo aptitude installl gcc-defaults it's unable to find the package. I have main as a repository in my sources.list file though; any ideas?13:38
arkie_irssi is pretty good but hexchat feels like everything is easier to read..13:39
bmxscott1993just got rid of windows for good cus it crash on my 5 time the blue screen of death13:39
Rahul_21medwards, any idea how to find it?13:39
cfhowlettMr___Nobody, can't help with that ... whatever it is.  BUT ubuntu 10.04 desktop goes End Of Life in 1 month.  Plan ahead13:39
philinuxmagesing: see this https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RemoteXHowTo13:40
medwardsRahul_21: ps aux will show you a list of open process, lsof | grep lock | grep apt might be useful to. More than likely you have synaptic open somewhere. its a GUI application.13:40
Mr___NobodyI know , but ubuntu 10.04 is the only os that actually works on this laptop , 12.04 doesn't work with my wireless13:41
bmxscott1993hard wird you laptop or computer in the download a wifi program13:42
ubottuzkl,: 如欲獲得中文的協助,請輸入 /join #ubuntu-cn 或 /join #ubuntu-tw13:43
Rahul_21medwards, see the private chat pls13:45
cfhowlettDaEvil, greetings13:47
DaEvilso what is it we do here?13:48
ubottuDaEvil,: Ubuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system, freely available with both community and professional support. It is developed by a large community and we invite you to participate too! - Also see http://www.ubuntu.com13:48
ubottuPlease read the channel topic whenever you enter, as it contains important information. To view it at any time after joining, simply type /topic13:48
DaEviloh yeah13:49
philinuxDaEvil:  #ubuntu is: Official Ubuntu Support Channel13:49
Picisocial chat in #ubuntu-offtopic13:50
Mr___Nobodydoes anybody know how to fix this ? http://postimg.org/image/iaxsvwq71/13:51
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u495ubuntu - best of operating systems ... Why? Do not know ... But to work - this is the best ...13:51
MonkWitDaFunkUser friendly13:51
MonkWitDaFunkEasiest to adopt13:52
u495ubuntu - best of operating systems ... Why? Do not know ... But to work - this is the best ...13:53
TheBronxhi, I need some help. I think that one of my mysql databases is corrupted13:56
u495input and output ... it as always ...13:56
TheBronxmysql server is running, almost all databases are ok. But there is one that is not even accesible13:56
u495input and output ... it as always ...13:58
TheBronxif I try to do a mysqlcheck --all-databases it stays forever13:58
TheBronxhow can I know what's happening there?13:59
foobArrrrprinting problem: my printers work for a few pages, then stop printing. the print queue window shows "Printing ...", the kde printer settings panel shows "in use", but nothing happens anymore. after reboot they work again, but only for a few pages. same behavior with two different printers (Brother HL-2030 and Oki B4100). Kubuntu 12.10 64bit13:59
somsipTheBronx: check /var/log/mysql/error.log, or if empty, /var/log/syslog13:59
ActionParsnipfoobArrrr: if you make a new user, is it the same?14:00
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foobArrrrActionParsnip: don't know, I'll try14:01
TheBronxthank you @somesip, the log says "Table './oneuser/sometable1' is marked as crashed and should be repaired" a lot of times14:01
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arkie_So I just installed ubuntu and I've got a problem. I can't adjust the brightness. No matter what I do nothing happens. My laptop is an Asus UL30VT. It seems that some have fixed the issue here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/54229614:03
ubottuLaunchpad bug 542296 in linux (Ubuntu) "Cannot change brightness Asus UL30VT" [Medium,Expired]14:03
Rahul_21medwards, hey14:04
somsipTheBronx: so repair that table14:04
arkie_Someone seemed to add acpi_backlight=vendor to the kernel14:04
arkie_How do I do this?14:04
ActionParsniparkie_: edit /etc/default/grub14:05
philinuxfoobArrrr: you could try printing a doc from the terminal and see what errors pop up14:06
izxWhat is the terminal command to check firefox version??14:07
philinuxizx: apt-cache policy firefox14:07
u495not my channel ... sorry ...14:07
arkie_ActionParsnip: i can't edit the grub file, is that where i'd add the code adding acpi_backlight=vendor though?14:08
TheBronx@somesip well, it seems I can't repair the tables, it says "The storage engine for the table doesn't support repair"14:08
ActionParsniparkie_: gksudo gedit /etc/default/grub14:08
arkie_ActionParsnip: after doing that i still can't edit the file.14:11
izxphilinux: I have installed two firefox version but it is listing only one..14:11
somsipTheBronx: how are you trying to repair?14:11
adminnhello guys14:12
adminnIm kind of new to ubuntu14:12
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philinuxizx: have a look in synaptic  package manager14:12
adminn_can anyone tell me how to install the ati driver?14:12
philinuxizx: how did u install them14:12
TheBronx@somsip I've used mysqlcheck --repair --all-databases -p14:12
adminnor a message that i need to install some other tools in order for the driver to be installed14:19
CQhello, I have a USB drive that shows up in windows but not on ubuntu.. any ideas? fdisk -l doesn't show it...14:19
philinuxfoobArrrr: depends I guess. Not sure14:20
philinuxCQ: have a look with the app disks14:21
adminnI need the driver because it works really slow, the PC14:21
ggherdovHi all. I have a program (called tortoisehg) that just... disappeared from my system. Here I query dpkg to ask where is the baby gone http://bpaste.net/show/I0i3BdPZFn8jZwWnviWl/ , but I can't quite interpret the result. Can anybody understand/guess what's happened ?14:21
CQBus 001 Device 025: ID 059f:1027 LaCie, Ltd iamaKey V2 ... the USB device is seen14:21
CQwhat do you mean with the app disks??14:22
philinuxCQ: type disk into the dash14:22
CQphilinux: fdisk -l doesn't even show it, how is an app supposed to see it???14:23
adamk_adminn_, Is there a reason you are not using the catalyst driver packaged by/for Ubuntu?14:23
adminn_yes, the coputer is really slow14:24
ActionParsnipCQ: what file system does it use?14:24
TheBronxare you there @somsip? queried14:24
CQActionParsnip: fat32 i think...14:24
adminn_it used to be fine with gnome 214:24
ActionParsnipCQ: when you last unplugged it, did yuo use the safely remove feature in your OS?14:24
adamk_adminn_, The catalyst driver from the AMD is the same driver as the one packaged for Ubuntu...  It's just packaged differently.14:24
ActionParsnipadminn_: tried xfce?14:25
adminn_but now when I try the latest ubuntu its not working right14:25
philinuxCQ: did u try sudo fdisk -l and yes disks is a great utility https://live.gnome.org/Design/Apps/Disks14:25
ActionParsnipadminn_: is it a 2000 - 4000 ?14:25
adminn_but I like the new interface14:25
ActionParsnipadminn_: tried the legacy fglrx driver from the PPA?14:25
adminn_ati radeaon hd 420014:25
adamk_Oh, you can't use the catalyst driver with the HD4200 on Ubuntu 12.10 without downgrading Xorg.14:25
adminn_dont know how to do that14:25
adamk_And possibly the kernel.14:26
adminn_can you guide me?14:26
CQActionParsnip: its fat32, and yes, I just re-removed it safely from win xp14:26
ActionParsnipadminn_: https://launchpad.net/~makson96/+archive/fglrxCached14:26
ActionParsnipadminn_: https://launchpad.net/~makson96/+archive/fglrx   sorry, dumb google added stuff14:26
CQphilinux: yes, of course I used sudo14:26
cfhowlettgianfry1, greetings14:26
ubottugianfry1: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».14:26
ActionParsnipCQ: does it show ok in Windows?14:26
CQActionParsnip: yep, just fine, with content14:26
philinuxCQ: I've used disks to recue usb sticks before now14:27
CQit shows in the lsusb as well: Bus 001 Device 025: ID 059f:1027 LaCie, Ltd iamaKey V214:27
adminn_so I have ubuntu 13.0414:27
adminn_does that matter?14:27
ubottuduke27HD: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».14:29
adamk_adminn_, Your GPU is only supported by the open source radeon driver and the legacy fglrx driver. The legacy fglrx driver will not work on 13.04 without downgrading Xorg and the kernel to much older versions, something I would never recommend.14:29
OerHeksadminn_, support for raring 13.04 in #ubuntu+1 untill it is released.14:29
adminn_ok, 12.10 works?14:29
adminn_i had the same problem with 12.1014:30
adamk_adminn_, The last version of Ubuntu where the legacy fglrx driver worked without any downgrades was 12.04, I believe.14:30
OerHeksadminn_, , ATI 2xxx 3xxx 4xxx are not supported with the latest catalist, afaik14:30
hfrskCan I hibernate on terminal process like dd if=/sda | gzip /out/blah/  for example?14:31
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wasanzyhi no one to help?14:31
adminn_oh, so what can I do? only to use ubuntu 12.04?14:31
adamk_Personally, I just use the open source drivers.14:33
widadbonjour, y'a t'il des marocains par la?14:33
adminn_ok, so help me install the open source drivers14:34
adminn_can you do that please?14:34
quemadamk_: the legacy fglrx ppa works excellently on mine, 13.04, but another guy had a mishap with it last night (12.04)14:34
adamk_adminn_, They should be installed/used by default.14:35
adminn_of, ok, for me it does not work proprerly14:35
quemadminn_: try the fglrx legacy ppa if you're feeling frisky. :) just make sure you can access the machine through ssh in case things go awry14:35
adamk_quem, It's still not something I'd recommend :-)14:35
Prateekcan someone help me eith an issue im having14:35
adminn_ok, thank you adamk14:35
MonkeyDustPrateek  if you're sweet14:35
Prateekthanks monkeydust14:36
AlverezMonkeyDust: he's is Monkey14:36
adamk_adminn_, Use a service like http://pastebin.com/ to show us your /var/log/Xorg.0.log file so we can at least be sure the open source driver is working properly.14:36
quemadamk_: heh. first time i installed it it messed up my system. but the guy was in process of updating the packages at the time.. accessed through ssh, uninstalled, reinstalled x. then two days later i tried again, been working excellently since14:36
quembut i was quite desperate.14:36
Prateekim having a problem connecting to wifi14:37
ubottuWireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs14:37
Prateeka dialogue box keeps asking for password every 10 seconds14:37
copyI'm using ubuntu 12.04, my sound repeats sometimes. What's the problem?14:37
MonkeyDustPrateek  that's probably the WEP key it's askig for14:38
adminn_I dont know how to do that, Im new to linux14:38
PrateekThe wep key i entered is correct i checked it14:38
MonkeyDustAlverez  keep it in the channel please, i don't liek pm14:38
adamk_adminn_, Bring up a terminal and run 'pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log'14:38
Alverezrolls eye ok neck beard just help the guy out14:38
quemadminn_: if you're new to linux... ignore my suggestion, for now. :P14:39
PrateekDo i need to install a driver for the wireless nic14:39
adminn_ok :D14:39
adminn_but I appreciate that you guys help the comunity, this is where the difference is14:40
Prateekam i in the right place for posting questions14:41
cfhowlettPrateek, yes.14:41
k1l_!details | Prateek14:41
ubottuPrateek: 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 ..."14:41
copy12.04 - Sound glitches (repeats) momentarily, help?14:41
MonkeyDustPrateek  you too keep it in the channel please14:42
adminn_pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log14:42
PrateekI am trying to connect to my router on a Ubuntu 12.1 os and i get a message asking me for the key14:42
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PrateekAfter I type the key the same dialogue box comes up with the key i entered on it14:43
Prateek*sorry MonkeyDust14:43
cfhowlettPrateek, if you have physical access to the router, you can manually reset it to default14:43
adamk_adminn_, Now run 'glxinfo | pastebinit'14:44
Prateekcfhowlett, i dont get it14:44
PrateekThe same key works for my ipod touch, phone,other pc14:44
philinuxPrateek: try this. click on the network icon in panel top right. choose edit connection and delete the wifi connection. Then add it back again when the system scans for wifi14:45
adamk_adminn_, Well, the log file and glxinfo both show that the open source drivers are installed and working properly.14:45
Prateekmy wifi ssid is ptath1, in the wireless tab i have ptath1 1, ptath1 2 , ptath1, ptath1 314:46
PrateekDo i delete all of them14:46
adminn_ok, but it does not work well, when Im trying to open the aplications dash it takes 5 seconds14:46
adminn_and if i right click it it takes forever, like in slowmotion to open the details14:47
adamk_I always just figured it was because unity sucks :-)14:48
Prateekphilinux , same thing again14:48
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PrateekHelp Anyone14:51
ubuntu631hello all! can you help me?14:54
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philinuxPrateek: are u absolutly sure the password is correct14:54
MonkeyDustubuntu631  start with a question14:54
adamkubuntu631: We can try, but only if you ask a real question.14:54
ubuntu631 after wubi extracted all info on hard disk it reboot computer but after reload and choosing "ubuntu" it stuck14:55
ubuntu631after one more reload it loads grub . and nothing happens . what to do?14:55
fuufWtf is ubuntu-nl for shit men!14:55
ubottufuuf,: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.14:55
wonko451yay finally the right place to ask ubuntu questions!14:55
MonkeyDustubuntu631  remove wubi, install ubuntu on its own partition, be happy14:55
philinuxPrateek: you could try changing the channel on the router14:55
PrateekHow do i do that14:56
MonkeyDustfuuf  type /join #ubuntu-nl-offtopic to find out14:56
wonko451I've got a few things about lvm and clustering for vooume groups14:56
philinuxPrateek:  could be interference14:56
ubuntu631i cant install it from usb. computer so old that cant do it. i can only from hard disc14:56
wonko451volume even14:56
fuufubottu: sorry i´m just a bit angry on that ******* in there14:56
ubottufuuf: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)14:56
wNwonko451: el oh el14:56
fuufubottu: haha14:56
wNwonko451: you could always try #lvm and #linux-ha  or #linux-cluster xD14:57
PrateekIm using the same ssid with the same password right now on a different computer, philinux14:57
MonkeyDustubuntu631  instal from live cd -- where did you find wubi?14:57
ubuntu631i found it on ubuntu.ru14:57
cfhowlettubuntu.ru?  sounds legit ...14:57
wonko451not that type of cluster14:57
MonkeyDustfuuf  stop14:58
wonko451i'm talking more of a software raid14:58
philinuxPrateek: you could try looking at some of these solutions. https://www.google.co.uk/search?client=ubuntu&channel=fs&q=wifi+repeatedly+asking+for+password&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&gl=uk&redir_esc=&ei=YM5mUbHPCIrJ0QWOx4G4Dg#client=ubuntu&hs=sxe&channel=fs&gl=uk&sclient=psy-ab&q=ubuntu+wifi+repeatedly+asking+for+password&oq=ubuntu+wifi+repeatedly+asking+for+password&gs_l=serp.3...4625.5755.0.6174.
wonko451 like software raid 114:58
wonko451and i thought LVM could accomplish this with its clustering feature14:59
ubuntu631how to install ubuntu from hard disk if not to use cd-disk or usb disk?14:59
MonkeyDust!install | ubuntu631 start here14:59
ubottuubuntu631 start here: 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 !automate14:59
wonko451and not trying to do it on a boot drive, on a data drive14:59
MonkeyDustubuntu631  or type /join #ubuntu-ru15:00
Prateeki looked at most of those forums before coming here15:00
wonko451but i got a weird error message last night attempting it15:00
wonko451In order for Volume Group to be safely used in clustered environment, lvm2-cluster rpm has to be installed, `lvmconf --enable-cluster` has to be executed and clvmd service has to be running15:00
ubuntu631#ubuntu-ru Cannot join channel (+r) - you need to be identified with services15:00
wonko451why would ubuntu ask for an RPM to be installed?15:00
fuufHey herby are you dutch?15:00
Prateek<Philinux> I looked at most of those forums before coming here15:01
MonkeyDustfuuf  ik ben nederlandstalig, gedraag je of ga naar een ander IRC kanaal15:01
bipulPrateek: What's you'r problem ?15:01
fuufMonkeyDust: is goed was alleen net gekloot op ubuntu-nl15:01
Prateekbipul, Trying to connect to wifi on ubuntu 12.10 but every ten seconds i keep getting a dialog box askinueg me for the key15:02
bipulPrateek: Key? what kind of key it is asking for ? can you past15:03
SmidthmadorI have a quick question if anyone is on.15:03
Prateekwep key15:03
DJones!ask | Smidthmador15:03
ubottuSmidthmador: 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 !patience15:03
wonko451@Prateek hardwire your box and check if you can connect, if so, then check your wireless drivers and wireless chipset15:03
Prateekmines a dektop and the modems in another room15:04
bipulcan you explain the whole scenario how are you connecting you wifi with ubuntu ?15:04
philinuxPrateek: you could try deleting the two files in .local/share/keyrings/ folder15:04
Prateekhow do i acess the .local15:04
philinuxPrateek: I would have a look in there first there maybe more than 215:04
wonko451Why would ubuntu ask for a RPM to be installed when attempting to use LVM clustering as a software raid 1 equivilent? ( error message: In order for Volume Group to be safely used in clustered environment, lvm2-cluster rpm has to be installed, `lvmconf --enable-cluster` has to be executed and clvmd service has to be running)15:04
philinuxPrateek: use the file manager to go to your home directory and the ctrl h to show the hidden files15:05
SmidthmadorI followed the instructions on ubuntu.org to burn and install the os.  I put the dvd in, rebooted and it kinda started to load windows but then I got a black screen n had to restart.  Then it said failed to restart n i had to sys restore.15:06
MonkeyDustwonko451  first thing on my mind: you somehow have non-ubuntu sources15:06
wonko451nopers blank default install15:06
anewif i want to make a file 755, what do i need to make the folders it resides in?15:06
PrateekThere are three files login.keyring, user.keystore and user.keystore. UYDDVW15:06
wonko451used ubuntu software store and installed LVM gui and synaptic, and thats it15:06
PrateekShould i delete all of them , philinux15:07
philinuxPrateek: whats in there how many files15:07
PrateekMy previous message has the answer15:08
PrateekThree files15:08
philinuxPrateek: yes delete all and delete all the wifi connection. In other words this start the process from scratch15:08
Prateekwhat to do after deleting15:09
philinuxPrateek: if this does not solve problem then I'm out of ideas15:09
philinuxPrateek: reconnect to wifi and it then restore the passowrd in the keyring folder15:09
PrateekFingers Crossed, philinux15:11
Pici!floodbots | bluesun15:12
ubottubluesun: FloodBot1,2,3, and 4 are all bots, please direct your questions to the channel.15:12
PrateekUnfortunately it asks for the password again15:12
SmidthmadorDoes anyone know what happened to me?  I don't want to get lost in the flood..15:13
Prateekphilinux, it wa unsuccessful15:13
philinuxPrateek: http://askubuntu.com/questions/210961/wifi-repeatedly-asks-for-password-ubuntu-12-10-fresh15:13
ActionParsnipPrateek: try disabling ipv6 with the boot option:  ipv6.disable=115:14
ActionParsnipPrateek: I assume you don't use ipv615:14
Prateeki dont know what ipv6 is15:14
PrateekActionParsnip, i dont know what ipv6 is15:15
ActionParsnipPrateek: normally people use IPs like this is an IPv4 address15:16
Prateekok, ActionParsnip15:16
anewif i want to make a file 755, what do i need to make the folders it resides in?15:16
ActionParsnipPrateek: in the future addresses will be: 2001:0db8:85a3:0000:0000:8a2e:0370:733415:17
Prateeki think i use ipv415:17
ActionParsnipPrateek: yes, more than likely, you can disable ipv6 and it can help15:17
KBurisHi, everyone. I have a dumb question. My mother is fed up with Windows on her laptop thanks to Win8's new Metro interface. I have never used Linux before except via LiveCD for portability and short-term security. Is there any way I can install, say, Ubuntu, in such a way that she will be able to retain the NTFS structure, so that her drives show up the way they would in FAT/NTFS?15:17
PrateekHow do i disable15:17
ActionParsnipKBuris: resize the NTFS in WIndows, then install to the freed space15:17
ActionParsnipPrateek: add the boot option: ipv6.disable=1    as I said earlier...15:18
philinuxPrateek: is this a laptop15:18
BumptiousKburis, do you need the drives to show up a C:\ and such?15:18
Prateekno a desktop15:18
Prateekphilinux, its a desktop15:19
SmidthmadorWhat did I do wrong? I followed the instructions on ubuntu.org to burn and install the os.  I put the dvd in, rebooted and it kinda started to load windows but then I got a black screen n had to restart.  Then it said failed to restart n i had to sys restore.15:19
philinuxPrateek: I would change the router channel number in case it's interference15:19
ActionParsnipPrateek: gksudo gedit /etc/default/grub15:19
ActionParsnipPrateek: change the line with:  quiet splash    in quotes to be:  quiet splash ipv6.disable=1    save the new file and run: sudo update-grub15:20
KBurisBumptious: Yes, because I want my mother to feel comfortable in the OS, and she's been using DOS/Windows since the late\ '80s.15:20
ActionParsnipPrateek: a very simple websearch would have shown you that15:20
PrateekActionParsnip, Sorry i was a bit lazy but now i have a file opened15:21
BumptiousKBuris: I don't think there is a real way to do that.  It might suffice to place a link on the desktop that kind of looks like the C drive named something like "C drive" and she can find her old files.15:22
Prateekphilinux, If i go into in the browser i can change the channel right?15:22
philinuxPrateek: sample method here if ipv6 fix fails. http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/laptops/how-to-get-the-best-wi-fi-signal-from-your-router-50005751/15:22
Bumptiousand perhaps she can transition to getting used to a linux home directory15:22
philinuxPrateek: yes you need to login to the router. Better from a wired machine15:23
Prateekphilinux, mine is a desktop15:23
KBurisBumptious: Most of what she needs is Firefox, OpenOffice.Org, Solitaire, Minesweeper, and a simple way to manage her files in a structure that's relatively understandable (with as little console use as possible, though last I checked, she's relatively amenable to using the CD\ command - if she knows what directory she's checking.15:23
carlos_can i help me with postgresql?15:24
Bumptiousit might help to setup her shell so that the full path, or full relative path always displays, and setup some nice large font with easily readable colors15:24
zingaboyI have a usb modem to connect to the internet on my laptop. I am trying to get my desktop get this internet access using a crossover cable. How do I go about it ?15:24
KBurisOkay, how do I make her flash drive automatically pop up like that?  It's formatted with FAT32 right now, so that part shouldn't be an issue.15:25
dr_willis!ics | zingaboy15:25
ubottuzingaboy: 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/ConnectionSharing15:25
carlos_quien puede ayudarme con postgresql?15:25
guest5que necesitas carlos_15:26
KBurisBumptious: Oh, yeah, that's definitely going to be a perk.  You guessed her eyes are going just from the fact that she's been around that long, huh? :-P15:26
zingaboyubottu : I tried that, but I am unable to connect.  I have a wired connection which is "shared to other computers"15:26
ubottuzingaboy: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)15:26
zingaboyubottu: oh ok :)15:26
ubottuzingaboy: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)15:26
zingaboydr_willis ?15:26
dr_willisnot done it in years zingaboy15:27
zingaboyoh ok15:27
BumptiousKBuris: heck I often increase my shell font size.. but I'm on a 17' macbook15:27
anewwhere are my cron logs stored /15:29
compdocusually, /var/log/15:30
seriously_randomwhich packages handles asus_wmi stuff? (need for ubuntu-bug report)15:30
anewcompdoc var/log what ?15:31
KBurisAwesome.  Thank you for the help.15:31
carlos_anyone can help me to resolve code postgresql?15:31
compdocin /var/log/syslog15:31
BumptiousKBuris: no problem.  I'm going to be setting up ubuntu for some family members.  I think it's just about as easy to use these days, more because most users can use a browser for the entire computer experience15:33
compdocanew, read about enabling the log:    http://askubuntu.com/questions/56683/where-is-the-cron-crontab-log15:33
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anewcompdoc what do these messages mean ?15:33
Bumptiouscarlos_: there is probably a sql channel that would get you better help15:33
pagioswhats a good tool to see in realtime my network card uplink/downlink throughput?15:33
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SmidthmadorPlease help. I followed the instructions on ubuntu.org to burn and install the os.  I put the dvd in, rebooted and it kinda started to load windows but then I got a black screen n had to restart.  Then it said failed to restart n i had to sys restore. Why?15:34
compdocanew, not sure. doesnt seem bad. You running ubuntu on a Pi?15:34
dr_willis!nomodeset | Smidthmador15:35
ubottuSmidthmador: A common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter15:35
quemmmm, raspberry pi15:35
quemraspberry pie with raspberry pi filling would make an interesting photograph.15:35
compdocrun-parts --report /etc/cron.hourly15:35
k1l_ubuntu doesnt run on the raspberry pi15:35
compdocits just running an hourly report15:35
anewcompdoc no debian15:36
k1l_anew: then please ask the debian support for debian systems15:36
compdocwhats in the file:   /home/pi/Documents/shared/reviews/reviews.pl15:37
compdocthat seems odd15:37
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Michiellllaptopoh crap, crossover try-out expired... maybe i should've gone with wine right away, need to reinstall a buttload of shit15:38
IdleOne!language | Michiellllaptop15:39
ubottuMichiellllaptop: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.15:39
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idrofoxhello, anyone know how to format a usb as ntfs in ubuntu 12.10 ? disks give me a error and gparted stuck at scanning.15:46
arkie_hey guys, can someone recommend a good PDF reader for linux?15:47
dv-arkie_: zathura15:47
widadhey world how are you?15:50
ActionParsniparkie_: evince15:51
cbshenganybody here?15:57
k1l_!ask | cbsheng15:57
ubottucbsheng: 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 !patience15:57
ActionParsnipcbsheng: many15:57
BumptiousI like to imagine that an alien attack fleet is headed towards earth but it will take them hundreds of years to arrive.  In the mean time, they are able to connect to our internet and for some reason join IRC channels and learn our technology and assist in technical questions out of boredom15:58
bazhangBumptious, wrong channel15:59
Pinkamena_DRecently I have been having a problem where nothing is auto mounting. USB flash drives, Sd cards, CD/DVDs, I can mount then manually with MOUNT, but the will not pop up in the sidebar like they used to.16:01
sm4ll_hello everybody~!16:02
ActionParsnipPinkamena_D: what is the output of:  cat /etc/issue     Thanks16:02
Pinkamena_DUbuntu 12.04.1 LTS \n \l16:02
* sm4ll_ 16:03
sm4ll_good bye~~16:03
cbshengI try to IRC first time, so I just make a test and my English is poor......16:03
wNwonko451: did anybody answer your lvm cluster question?16:04
ackbahrHi! Where can I get help about setting up my home network?16:06
seednodeWell, assuming you're running Ubuntu, here16:06
BumptiousAre there any signs that aliens have contributed to ubuntu?16:07
bazhang!ot | Bumptious16:07
ubottuBumptious: #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!16:07
ackbahrseednode: It's more related to routers, hardware...16:07
seednodeHm... ##hardware doesn't really like networking questions, but you can try anyways16:08
seednodeOh, and of course ##networking16:08
seednodeMight be where you want to go16:08
nielhey guys im having a big problem im on a toshiba techra while installing unbuntu it replaced windows and all the restore guides dont help whevever I press f8 on start it opens unbuntu16:08
ackbahrseednode: Thank you!16:08
seednodeniel, do you have any past experience with Linux or installing operating systems?16:09
nielI installed unbunto16:09
seednodeOther than that, I mean16:09
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nielnot really16:09
seednodeDid you select "Install alongside", or "use entire disk"?16:10
nielthats the ting16:10
Ampersand_hi all, i have a question: everytime i try to install virtualbox on ubuntu 12.04 (from the official repository), i get a "System program problem detected" error. Apparently it's related to a package virtualbox-dkms. Is there any solution to this? thanks in advance for your answers!16:10
nielI chose along side but then when Unbuntu unstalled it broke windows and Then the only choice was to replace it16:11
nielI want to resore my computer then use the windows installer to use it16:11
nielAll the websites tell me to hold f8 on start and it will guide me but it beeps for a few seconds the Unbunti starts16:12
XyntralTime in this channel: 2 minutes.16:12
nielis their any way to not have it auto boot on start?16:12
XyntralAmount of variations of 'Ubuntu' seen:16:12
bazhangXyntral, no need to say that16:13
nielis their any way to not have it auto start?16:13
Xyntralbazhang: Stating a statistic.16:13
Xyntralniel: You selected to install it alongside Windows, yeah?16:13
bazhangXyntral, state it in #ubuntu-offtopic16:13
XyntralAnd not to 'replace' Windows?16:13
Xyntralbazhang: I'm not in there, so, no thanks.16:13
nielok it replaced windows dont know why or how but windows partition is gone16:14
XyntralYou're sure about this?16:14
cgadeArgh! Started irssi to look at it and now i cant quit in terminal16:14
nielhttp://www.ehow.com/how_6933706_factory-restore-toshiba-tecra.html this doesnt work16:14
nielwhen I holf f8 I get beepsbut no screen16:15
dodo3773cgade: type: /quit16:15
arkie_hey guys, you know the side bar where all programs can be locked to on unity? How can I make that go away so I can have my browser take the whole screen and it only appears on mouse over?16:15
arkie_Is that possible.16:15
cgadeThanks man. I didnt read the man yet soo..16:15
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dodo3773cgade: it's true on most if not all irc clients16:16
Xyntralniel: Nowhere on that page does it suggest holding F8.16:16
XyntralIt says to hold the '0' button, apparently.16:16
erupterhi guys. i was wondering: how can I have a little script remotely shutdown a few machines. ssh keys are already setup from the machine that needs to do that. i tried searching the internet but could not find anything related just lots of ssh user@computer sudo reboot which by the way doesn't work (some tty or askpass missing)16:16
Ampersand_hi all, i have a question: everytime i try to install virtualbox on ubuntu 12.04 (from the official repository), i get a "System program problem detected" error. Apparently it's related to a package virtualbox-dkms. Is there any solution to this? thanks in advance for your answers !16:16
ActionParsnipAmpersand_: what is the output of:  cat /etc/issue16:18
trijntjehi all, is there a command line way to set the left/right balance for audio? I've tried alsamixer but I can't seem to find that setting16:18
lunarjarFor anyone interested in http://ridiculousfish.com/shell/ we are trying to get a community on freenode instead of oftc, you can join on #fish16:18
Ampersand_ActionParsnip, it is: Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS \n \l16:19
bazhanglunarjar, no advertising here , Please16:19
ActionParsnipAmpersand_: are you using the Ubuntu repos for the package, or did you add the virtualbox PPA?16:19
edgabaldiWhen out the 13.04 release?16:20
ubottuUbuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) will be the 18th release of Ubuntu, Discussion and support until final release in #ubuntu+116:20
ActionParsnipedgabaldi: ask in #ubuntu+1 for raring support16:20
bazhang!13.04 | edgabaldi16:20
ubottuedgabaldi: please see above16:20
Ampersand_ActionParsnip, i'm using the ubuntu repository, i use no PPA (at the moment at least), plus the installation is a fresh one (i installed everything last saturday16:20
ActionParsnipAmpersand_: do you have the kernel headers installed?16:21
Ampersand_ActionParsnip, sorry, i don't know how to check that. could you please explain?16:21
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usr13Ampersand_: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade16:22
Ampersand_usr13, oh, yes, i have installed all the updates, even today there were around 40 updates that needed to be installed. I also remember some packages names containing the word "kernel"16:23
usr13Ampersand_: Did you reboot?16:23
Ampersand_usr13, yes16:23
usr13Ampersand_: sudo apt-get instal -f16:24
nyboikke i dag16:24
nielsorry internet stopped16:25
usr13Ampersand_: (if it says autoremove, do it)16:25
nielok so is their a way to have my computer no auto boot ubuntu so I can restore?16:25
nielguys this is a big problem I really need windows16:26
nielis their anywhere I can get help?16:27
IdleOneniel: if you howld down the SHIFT key while booting you will see the grub menu and be able to select which OS to boot16:27
nielill try brb16:28
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no_gravityGood Evening everybody! Can you guys think of a way to make a screenshot of a window. Not only the part that is displayed on screen, but the whole window? I would like to screenshot a website.16:29
Myrttino_gravity: pressing alt as well as print screen?16:30
no_gravityMyrtti: lets see...16:30
no_gravityMyrtti: that only shoots the visible part here.16:31
Myrttialright, in that case I don't even know what you're after.16:32
usr13no_gravity: That's all you're gonna get.  What is your end goal?16:32
no_gravityusr13: screenshotting a website.16:32
somsipno_gravity: there are browser plugins that can take a screenie of a full page. Chrome and Firefox definitely16:32
usr13no_gravity: How about  Ctrl-s16:33
adamk_no_gravity, You could print the page to a PDF.16:33
arkie_what's the best twitter client for linux?16:33
nielno help could hold 0 their16:33
arkie_i need a client which allows multiple accounts.16:33
no_gravityusr13: then i dont have an image but stuff.16:34
nielWhen I used to use the windows installer It would let me choose on boot I think I might be able to restore from their16:34
no_gravityadamk_: yeah, thats the solution i currently would use. but its not as nice as an image.16:34
aantoonhai, howcome firefox redirects losts of pages to www.website-unavailable.com? is this some kind of linux spyware or virus? i tried cleaning cookies and history and all but it dos noet work16:38
nielI almost am to the point of thinking my computer is doomed16:38
she_dyedaantoon: might have to do with your router16:39
aantoonshe_dyed: it worked fine before, what can i do? i'm on a hotspot16:40
she_dyedaantoon: like a public wifi16:41
aantoonshe_dyed: yes16:41
usr13no_gravity: Have you tried it?  (I'm pretty sure it saves images as well, it is for off-line viewing.)16:41
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usr13niel What's the problem?16:42
no_gravityusr13: tried what?16:42
she_dyedaantoon: it might be searching for the prior network (from home?)16:43
aantoonshe_dyed: i don't think it is the router cos on medori browser evrything worksa16:43
she_dyedright there? then ignore me for now16:43
no_gravityusr13: thats not what i want16:43
aantoonshe_dyed: like in firefox the site nu.nl gives redirect and same site in medori works just fine16:44
she_dyeddo you have some old version of firefox there, aantoon16:45
she_dyedjust to try and see16:45
she_dyedbut i have no idea yet whats going on16:46
jiggawillisWhat could be the issue for when you scroll on any browser it leaves this line as scrolling? I think it might be the video card. I believe its stock. optiplex sx260, running xubuntu 12.`016:46
aantoonshe_dyed: firefox 20.016:46
l_rwhat is the version of libfuse in ubuntu 12.10?16:47
she_dyedno i mean a prior version on your hard drive oreven w3m or lynx (the text browsers)16:47
she_dyedaantoon: ^16:47
Myrtti!info libfuse16:47
ubottuPackage libfuse does not exist in quantal16:47
l_r!info fuse16:48
ubottufuse (source: fuse): Filesystem in Userspace. In component main, is standard. Version 2.9.0-1ubuntu2 (quantal), package size 29 kB, installed size 142 kB16:48
bazhangl_r, its libfuse216:48
l_r!info libfuse216:48
ubottulibfuse2 (source: fuse): Filesystem in Userspace (library). In component main, is standard. Version 2.9.0-1ubuntu2 (quantal), package size 134 kB, installed size 315 kB16:48
bazhangl_r, please /msg ubottu info etc16:49
l_rok thx16:49
bazhangl_r, if it does not show up with info, then try find libfuse  (for example)16:49
aantoonshe_dyed: what do you mean, i don't understand? if you mean update firefox, it is updated automatically by updater (ubuntu 12.04)16:49
zgbuhjnkis there file synchronization software available in the repos, that has a nice tree view for what is going to be transfered? (something like freefilesync's tree view: http://i.imagebanana.com/img/nfj7vxyr/Selection_009.png )16:49
she_dyedno sometimes i keep the old ones16:49
sadekulhi all, My laptop is HP Pavilion g6, I'm very new in Ubuntu, for the first time i m using ubuntu, I hv installed 12.10 then upgraded it to 13.4. The problem i m facing is wifi is not connecting. But it was perfect with 12.10. Is ther any one can help me?16:50
h00ksadekul: because 13.04 isn't released yet, you should seek support in #ubuntu+116:51
bazhangsadekul, #ubuntu+1 for 13.04 please16:51
sadekulh00k, thanks16:51
sadekulbazhang, thanks.16:51
zvx10hi people, i want to switch from debian to ubuntu, however, i dont know if there's an alternative to debian netinstall for ubuntu. i dont want to install the whole system with unity/gnome/or some else DE, i want to install a minimalistic system with no x11 at all and install custom graphical interface later. So is there a possibility to install a minimal ubuntu system without any unnecessary software?16:52
bazhang!mini | zvx1016:52
ubottuzvx10: The Minimal CD image is very small in size, and it downloads most packages from the Internet during installation, allowing you to select only those you want (the installer is like the one on the !Alternate CD). See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD16:52
zvx10nice, thx16:52
alteregoadarmok and jalad at tanagra16:55
bazhangalteregoa, wrong channel16:55
zvx10star trek fan?16:57
she_dyedor Big Bang Theory16:57
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Guest48395i have a problem with ubuntu 12.10, some kind of gpu trap16:59
Guest48395any idea how best to seek help for that?17:00
Guest48395it lookas as if its not really a gpu problem because the system doesnt freeze17:00
Guest48395but i do get funny characters while web browsing17:00
alteregoaguest first type a human nick17:01
Guest48395how do i do this?17:01
Guest48395get a human nick17:01
alteregoa_/nick nickname17:01
alteregoawithout the underscore at the beginning17:01
starkilleri really need to resize my system partition XD any advice:P?17:01
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dan18i am now dan1817:01
superjoehow might I troubleshoot my ethernet connection no longer working after running apt-get upgrade on 10.04 ?17:02
alteregoayou gpu has a mouse trap?17:02
superjoe(and after a reboot)17:02
dan18:-), i mean ubuntu shows an error dialog17:02
usr13superjoe: dhclient eth017:02
usr13superjoe: sudo dhclient eth017:03
dan18and when getting the error information in the window to send it to the developers17:03
dan18it says something like gpu error17:03
dan18or perhpas incorrect gpu error reported17:03
alteregoawhat kind of gpu?17:03
dan18i think it has to do with the graphic card17:03
dan18on a lenovo x22017:03
dan18its a built in graphic card from intel17:03
dan18on the motherboard i guess17:04
superjoeusr13, the command seems to be hanging17:04
alteregoaits a known bug17:04
dan18perhaps false gpu lockup17:04
dan18although some characters in a mozilla browser do get displayed corrupted17:05
dan18alteregoa, so there isnt much i can do about it?17:05
alteregoadan can you pastebin the output of dmesg17:05
dan18how to i get to that, is this a file?17:05
usr13superjoe: Ok, well I can only guess about your network.  (My guess was that your router has a dhcp server running and I advised you to query the dhcp server for correct IP information and in turn connect to the network).17:06
tgm4883!pastebinit | dan1817:06
ubottudan18: 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.com17:06
alteregoawell its better someone else talks to you, im out of energy17:06
superjoeusr13, yes my router does have a dhcp server17:06
usr13superjoe: ifconfig   #Just see what it says.17:06
tgm4883dan18, dmesg is a command you can run17:06
usr13superjoe: What does the network-manager show?17:07
dan18let me try17:07
alteregoathats i know about the lenovo (sounds like some washing powder)17:07
superjoeusr13, the network manager keeps trying to connect and keeps saying "not connected"17:07
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1041790 in xserver-xorg-video-intel (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1153840 [snb] GPU lockup IPEHR: 0x0b160001 IPEHR: 0x0b140001, workaround i915.semaphores=0" [High,Triaged]17:07
superjoeusr13, http://paste.ubuntu.com/5699069/17:07
dan18hmm, lots of text17:08
dan18should i look for something specific in the output17:08
tjingboemdoes xrandr take more CPU then nvidia?17:08
superjoeusr13, I think it might be a kernel issue. It worked fine 10 minutes ago before I rebooted into a new kernel version17:09
superjoebut when I try booting into an older kernel, my display is totally fucked up - one of the screens is off and the resolution is wrong for the other17:09
superjoeI don't understand17:09
IdleOnesuperjoe: Please mind your language17:09
tgm4883superjoe, that would be because of proprietary drivers17:09
dan18there is one line, perhaps of interest: "[ 6065.593252] [drm:i915_hangcheck_hung] *ERROR* Hangcheck timer elapsed... GPU hung"17:10
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superjoetgm4883, so if I boot into an older kernel, I need to reinstall the proprietary drivers?17:10
tgm4883superjoe, no,  you would need to rebuild the kernel modules17:10
alteregoathere are FOUR... LIGHTS!17:10
dan18this error line is  included many times17:10
superjoetgm4883, but I didn't have to rebuild any kernel modules so far... why is this an exception?17:10
dan18alteregoa: is this one line from dmesg useful?17:11
tgm4883superjoe, because when you install a new kernel, a piece of magic called DKMS builds the kernel modules for you17:11
superjoeah that's what that is17:11
tgm4883superjoe, but when you just boot an older kernel, the modules don't get rebuilt17:11
superjoeso I can boot into an older kernel and run dpkg-reconfigure dkms or something?17:12
tgm4883superjoe, what you should do, is boot to the older kernel, check that networking works, and then file a bug against the new kernel17:12
tgm4883superjoe, I doubt that would rebuild the kernel modules, and I'm unsure of how to force video drivers to rebuild the modules17:12
tgm4883superjoe, perhaps a dpkg-reconfigure of the video drivers, but there is likely a better way17:13
tgm4883superjoe, in either case, you should still file a bug17:13
cortexA9hello all17:14
dan18Happened, just right now again17:14
dan18System program problem tedected17:14
dan18I press, Report problem ..17:15
dan18and get ...17:15
john_doe_jrI've got a file named, "2013-01-13 00-00-00~00-15-00.avi" and would like to rename it so there is a dash between the two fields like so: "2013-01-13-00-00-00~00-15-00.avi"…I've looked @ the rename command but can't figure out how to do this…any ideas?17:15
zoggnoffi'm copying files via live cd to a memory stick but i'm at an impass17:15
zoggnoffcp -R *.* /mnt/sdb1 isn't copying all subfolders... I've chmod everything recursively from working directory.. what am i doing wrong? thank you17:15
zykotick9john_doe_jr: is this one file, or do you have many that you'll want to repeat this for?17:16
wonko451Why would ubuntu ask for a RPM to be installed when attempting to use LVM clustering as a software raid 1 equivilent? ( error message: In order for Volume Group to be safely used in clustered environment, lvm2-cluster rpm has to be installed, `lvmconf --enable-cluster` has to be executed and clvmd service has to be running)17:16
dan18found a following fix17:16
dan18sudo  add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-x-swat/x-updates17:16
dan18sudo  apt-get update17:16
dan18sudo apt-get upgrade17:16
FloodBot1dan18: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.17:16
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zykotick9zoggnoff: fyi, (not directly related to your problem, OR maybe it is!) you probably don't want to use *.* but just *.17:18
zykotick9zoggnoff: fyi, (not directly related to your problem, OR maybe it is!) you probably don't want to use *.* but just *17:18
john_doe_jrzoggnoff: I've got many17:18
dan18ok, will reboot, lets see if that helped17:19
tgm4883john_doe_jr, is there only the one space you want to replace with a -?17:19
dan18did some kind of replacement for libva1:amd6417:19
john_doe_jrtgm4883: just replace it w/ a dash17:19
zykotick9zoggnoff: *.* means you only want to copy files with . in them.  most directories don't have .s17:19
john_doe_jrzykotick9: I've got many files17:19
zoggnoff_i'm zoggnoff17:19
zykotick9john_doe_jr: ya, i saw.  sorry i've never used rename before, good luck.17:20
tgm4883john_doe_jr, so something simliar to this should probably work    ' rename 's/ /-/' *'17:20
tgm4883john_doe_jr, use it with the -n option to test first17:20
zoggnoff_well why would it copy some directories..17:20
john_doe_jrtgm4883: what is the -n option?17:20
tgm4883john_doe_jr, -n is "--no-act", it just shows you what it would do17:20
john_doe_jrman rename17:20
jay__267oh wow :D17:21
zoggnoff_oh, hmm, I'll just do *17:21
superjoetgm4883, does this look ok? https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5649117:21
ubottubugzilla.kernel.org bug 56491 in IPV4 "Intel Corporation 82579V driver no longer works" [High,New]17:21
zoggnoff_zykotick9: thank you17:21
superjoetgm4883, is there something else I should add to help?17:21
tgm4883superjoe, oh crap......17:21
tgm4883superjoe, that is completely my bad. I assumed you would have filed that bug on launchpad against the ubuntu kernel17:22
superjoeoh I'm sorry17:22
superjoeI thought it affected linux mainline17:22
random_I have quesries related to ssh in the terminal, could they be directed here ??17:22
superjoeshould I close it and open it on launchpad?17:22
zykotick9zoggnoff_: *.* is from another world ;)  it's rarely used in unix-world.17:22
tgm4883superjoe, you should at least open a bug on launchpad17:22
john_doe_jrtgm4883: I'm assuming the 's/ /-/' *' means substitute all spaces with a dash…right?17:24
tgm4883john_doe_jr, yep17:24
tgm4883john_doe_jr, I haven't tested that though, might have to escape the non-alphanumeric characters17:24
Flitzefeuersockehi there17:25
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zykotick9from / i also like "du -sh * 2>/dev/null" for the big picture17:26
john_doe_jrtgm4883: it doesn't work17:26
FlitzefeuersockeI just need an advice: I am about to install ubuntu and the windows installer is asking me what size the installation should have. Can I change that? What is different then? What does the size depend on?17:26
FlitzefeuersockeCan anybody help me?17:27
tgm4883john_doe_jr, are you sure?17:27
tgm4883tmashos@thomas-wks:~$ rename -n 's/ /-/' *.avi17:27
tgm48832013-01-13 00-00-00~00-15-00.avi renamed as 2013-01-13-00-00-00~00-15-00.avi17:27
john_doe_jrtgm4883: I think this is what I need: rename "s/ *//g" *.avi17:29
sprezzaturaquick Q :dont upstart and supervisor essentially do the same thing?17:29
sprezzaturaor am i missing something17:29
tgm4883john_doe_jr, why would you need that? It literally just worked for me using the filename you specified17:30
john_doe_jrtgm4883: your right...sorry17:30
superjoetgm4883, ok: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/116806517:30
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1168065 in linux (Ubuntu) " Intel Corporation 82579V Gigabit Network Connection (rev 05) driver regression with kernel 3.2.0-40-generic" [Undecided,Confirmed]17:30
tgm4883superjoe, looks great17:31
superjoegoing to try an old kernel version, bye17:32
boze<3      I'm on a laptop and the touchpad just isn't sensitive enough for me... is there a setting somewhere I can raise the threshold?17:35
bozein addition to the regular touchpad settings*17:36
iggy__Hello all :)17:38
iggy__I'm new to linux so I hope my question is not stupid17:38
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superjoetgm4883, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1168065/comments/417:38
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1168065 in linux (Ubuntu) " Intel Corporation 82579V Gigabit Network Connection (rev 05) driver regression with kernel 3.2.0-40-generic" [Undecided,Confirmed]17:38
iggy__I have a C code that make tons of printf, it takes it arround 17seconds to return. When I call him with redirection (./myprogram > test) it takes it less than 1 second to complete17:39
superjoeI'm sorry for wasting your time tgm4883 and usr1317:39
tgm4883superjoe, I thought you said it worked if  you went to an older kernel?17:39
iggy__Where could I find more information on how is this possible ?17:39
iggy__Does it somehow hook the printf function ?17:39
superjoein my defense, that was a wildly improbably scenario17:39
superjoetgm4883, it worked on an older kernel, then I switched to a newer one and it did not work. I was never able to go back to an older one and verify that it still worked17:40
superjoeagain, I'm sorry for wasting your time.17:41
tgm4883superjoe, ah ok17:41
tgm4883well as long as it works now17:41
iggy__and would it take the program as much time if I write directly to file from the C code  ?17:41
Piciiggy__: this question might be better suited to ##C17:42
Tex_Nickiggy__:  if you don't get an ansrew here ... you might ask in ##c17:42
iggy__Pici : Ok, sorry. I though I'd ask it here as it is very relatedto the way output redirection works in linux, at least that's whatI understood17:42
SachAny suggestions for good weather apps in Ubuntu 12.04?17:46
ghotiI have two machines, an i5-2500K @ 3.30GHz and an i7-920 @ 2.67GHz.  One gets to be a web+mysql server, the other gets to be my workstation.  Same memory in both.  Which CPU should go to which task?17:52
wrektjethi al whats the method to launch a program via terminal and still bea ble to close said terminal without ending the process?17:53
HelloWorld321Hi there.  I'm trying to find the "best" printer driver for my Brother MFC-7860DW.  The printer works fine, but the feature that the Canonical default driver is missing is double-sided printing, and when I print a large article, I can save a bunch of paper that way.  I've done a little research, and found that I need a better printer driver.17:53
bazhangHelloWorld321, check linuxprinting.org database for that17:53
HelloWorld321Brother doesn't seem to do it, their Linux support section (http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/bsc/public_s/id/linux/en/index.html) doesn't mention my printer (MFC-7860DW), and their MFC-7860DW driver downloads (http://www.brother-usa.com/downloads/default.aspx?PGID=5&R3ModelID=MFC7860DW#.UWb2Akmokak)  only have a download for Windows 717:53
SachAny suggestions for good weather apps in Ubuntu 12.04?17:53
HelloWorld321k, tx bazhang ... yes, that's what I'm getting at17:54
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bazhangSach, try apt-cache search weather17:54
eosAre there problems with the repositories??17:54
Guest52422can i remove ubuntu splash screen so it's only the grub screen that is shown until the login screen?17:54
zykotick9wrektjet: try "nohup program" then try closing the terminal and see if the program stays17:54
Shogootcan anyone help me find out what chmod i got on a mount point?17:54
wrektjetzykotick9, it warns that closing terminal wiwill kill..17:55
eosI am getting a problem with MergeList everytime I run apt-get update.17:56
bazhangeos, duplicate entries?17:56
eosbazhang: mmmm .... nope17:56
zykotick9wrektjet: that's unfortunate.  it wfm, but we're using different terminals and wm/de.  this is a gui program right?17:57
eosbazhang: it looks liek the signature of tha packages are INVALID .... did someone hack the sever?17:57
wrektjetzykotick9, yes. i recall once doing something with $$ symbols17:58
zykotick9wrektjet: i don't know what to suggest, sorry.  good luck!17:58
Shogoothi guys i got this entry in smb.conf   http://pastebin.com/bagZLPpB  but that mounted usb disk is not showing on my network.... any idea why?17:59
eosthis is the error message http://paste.ubuntu.com/5699220/17:59
DarthExpeditorSo I installed SFLphone and made the mistake of checking the start hidden box. I found the config file and fixed it but the client was still screwed up. So I tried to uninstall and reinstall and now the dameon isn't working. How do I completely remove it, configs and all and start over17:59
wrektjetzykotick9, thnx17:59
tgm4883eos, what server17:59
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eostgm4883: look at the error message17:59
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bazhangeos, gpg err?18:01
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HelloWorld321linuxprinting.org redirects to linuxfoundation.org/openprinting, which apparently now hosts the database, but alot of their links are "dead", pointing to the now defunct linuxprinting.org18:01
eosbazhang: but why? it looks like the signature is bad, rather than the package18:01
bazhangHelloWorld321, whats the printer, I'll check18:01
bazhang!gpgerr | eos18:02
ubottueos: Getting GPG errors after adding custom repositories? Find the GPG keyword for the repository (it's 437D05B5 for the standard ones) and run « sudo apt-key adv --recv-keys --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com <key> »18:02
HelloWorld321Brother MFC-7860DW18:02
HelloWorld321Thanks, bazhang.18:02
bazhangHelloWorld321, I will check, will take a few minutes please be patient18:02
eosbazhang: they are not customer repositories, they are the main repositories, and they have always been there18:02
tgm4883eos, did you do what that said though?18:03
Shogoothi guys i got this entry in smb.conf   http://pastebin.com/bagZLPpB  but that mounted usb disk is not showing on my network.... any idea why?18:03
eosbazhang: tgm4883: I am doing every repository one by one, it will take some time18:03
tgm4883eos, what do you mean one by one?, what exactly are you doing?18:04
john_doe_jrI want to execute a find command in bash shell and then for each item in the list of files I'd like my script to execute something…how do I do that?18:04
eostgm4883: I have disabled all repositories, I add them one by one, check the signatures, and so on18:05
llutzjohn_doe_jr: find .. -exec   or find ...|xargs18:05
tgm4883eos, so in other words, you didn't try to add the key via apt-key18:05
eostgm4883: exactly18:06
eostgm4883: when I got the message it was too late, I had already started18:06
john_doe_jrMy loop is executing too quicly18:06
tgm4883eos, why don't you just add the key, clear /var/lib/apt/lists/ and then run the update?18:06
tgm4883see if the issue persists after that18:06
tgm4883eos, and one by one is an inefficient way of sorting18:07
eostgm4883: because I had already removed all the repositories and run the update before I got the first message18:07
tgm4883eos, I'm starting to think you removed the repos in some strange way18:07
Crazy_Hello! I need help. I've installed Ubuntu Server 12.10, set it up, installed openvpn. I can connect from the lan to the vpn and ping the server ( I can also connect from outside the network, but i can't ping the server. The network is connected to Internet via a NAT router where I've opened vpn port to the server18:07
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Crazy_can anyone help me?18:07
tgm4883eos, in any case, good luck18:08
eostgm4883: strage?18:08
tgm4883eos, perhaps you prefer "odd"?18:08
eostgm4883: there are only two ways of removing them that I know, I do not know which one is strange or odd.18:09
tgm4883eos, doesn't matter. Good luck to you sir18:09
aliulwhich download manager  best for xubuntu 12.1018:09
Crazy_Hello! I need help. I've installed Ubuntu Server 12.10, set it up, installed openvpn. I can connect from the lan to the vpn and ping the server ( I can also connect from outside the network, but i can't ping the server. The network is connected to Internet via a NAT router where I've opened vpn port to the server. Can anyone help me?18:09
tgm4883!patience | Crazy_18:10
ubottuCrazy_: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com/ or http://ubuntuforums.org/ or http://askubuntu.com/18:10
bazhang!info aria2 | aliul18:10
ubottualiul: aria2 (source: aria2): High speed download utility. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.15.1-1 (quantal), package size 1430 kB, installed size 3942 kB18:10
Crazy_I'm sorry18:10
bazhanghttp://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1854483&page=2&s=301ed5ac5b9c796afba2f6e375beaddb  HelloWorld321 this may help18:10
bazhangCrazy_, try in #ubuntu-server18:11
aliulis that download video from youtube18:11
Crazy_ok. thank you, bazhang18:11
HelloWorld321tx, bazhang, I'll check it out.  I sent a notice to the webmaster about their website.18:11
bazhangaliul, no. use the download helper for that18:11
DarthExpeditorSo I installed SFLphone and made the mistake of checking the start hidden box. I found the config file and fixed it but the client was still screwed up. So I tried to uninstall and reinstall and now the dameon isn't working. How do I completely remove it, configs and all and start over?18:11
bazhangaliul, the video download helper is a browser plugin18:11
xbriani need help. Xrandr can't suddenly detect the hdmi ouput18:13
xbriani use 2 screens on my laptop msi cr62018:13
xbrianone with the hdmi ouput18:13
Picicadeskywalker: Can we help you?18:16
mgodzillai'm tryin' to configure my macbook pro do dual boot osx 10.8 and ubuntu 12.1018:16
mgodzilla32 bit ubuntu is recommended?18:16
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mgodzillaare there any pitfalls w/ usin' ubuntu 12.10 64bit?18:17
mgodzillathe mac is 64bit.18:17
bazhangmgodzilla, no18:17
bazhangmgodzilla, then use 6418:17
IdleOnemgodzilla: 32 bit is recommended for user who don't know if they have 32 or 64 bit18:17
eosmgodzilla: I use 64bit on a production machine, runs very smoothly18:18
mgodzillanice…that's what i like to hear.18:18
Shogoothi guys i got this entry in smb.conf   http://pastebin.com/bagZLPpB  but that mounted usb disk is not showing on my network.... any idea why?18:18
bogorI want execute tmux with some of my args on clicking gnome-terminal in launcher. How do i achive that ?18:19
bogorI am using unity18:19
tgm4883bogor, that sounds like a job for .bashrc18:20
bogortgm4883: I will test that.18:20
dr_willisor a gnome_terminal profile18:20
Bubba_bubblegumhey is anyone here?18:21
bazhangBubba_bubblegum, ubuntu support question?18:22
Bubba_bubblegumbazhang: no but general linux related question18:22
bazhangBubba_bubblegum, try ##linux18:22
HelloWorld321tx again.  That forum post points to http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/bsc/public_s/id/linux/en/download_prn.html#MFC-7860DW, I don't know why I couldn't find this info at the brother/linux pages, since this is still in the brother domain.  So I can download brother/linux drivers with confidence, since thy're linux drivers from the brother wbpage, marked with my moedl number18:23
SachAny suggestions for good weather apps in Ubuntu 12.04?18:25
bogortgm4883: There is a problem with adding tmux to .bashrc. Since tmux launches a shell. .bashrc execution goes recursive.18:25
bazhangSach, what did apt-cache search weather   show18:25
bekksbogor: Then add a check wether tmux is already running.18:25
znejkHi, im having problems setting the right resolution for my samsung monitor using the new intel drives. It wont detect the monitor and allows only 102418:26
arvuthi, is it possible to change the layout/view of skype 4.1 under unity? and what terminal command do I use to find out version of currently installing ubuntu?18:26
adamk_znejk, Pastebin your /var/log/Xorg.0.log file.18:26
bogorbekks: Thanks, so stupid of me18:26
Sachbazhang: it shows lots of weather apps.  I'm looking for suggestions of good weather apps.18:27
bazhangSach, try some of them yet?18:27
llutzarvut: version "lsb_release -sd"18:27
aguiteli finish installing 12.04.2 alongside windows 8 with uefi bios support , no error happend ,but when the system boot only windows appears ,any tips ?18:28
bazhangaguitel, is this wubi? or a true dual boot18:28
aguitelbazhang, dual boot18:29
bazhangaguitel, can you not get into grub?18:29
aguitelno grub18:29
znejkadamk_, http://paste.ubuntu.com/5699327/18:29
bazhangaguitel, what do you mean no grub18:29
marshalcurehello everyone18:29
she_dyedor a nondisplay grub?18:29
aguitelbazhang, system go directly to windows ,no apperas grub menu18:30
bazhangaguitel, hold shift at boot18:30
adamk_znejk, This monitor is VGA1?18:30
aguitelbazhang, i am  reinstalling right now ,when finish i try you tip18:30
znejkadamk_, yes18:31
she_dyedaguitel: reinstall? why?18:31
devjustforfun_people who now IRC client where i can use as ubuntu widget which should be in a right bottom cornet and show up messages when someone write something18:31
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aguitelshe_dyed, because i have time18:32
she_dyeddont make it a habit18:32
shade34321I installed cmake from the repos but since it wasn't the right version I built the newer version of cmake using cmake. Will this mess up the apt package list?18:32
aguitelshe_dyed, 10 minutes and finish the process18:32
she_dyedyour time18:32
adamk_znejk, Sadly, looks like a bug with the intel driver.  It believes that the monitors EDID is saying it only supports up to 1024x768.18:33
adamk_znejk, You could try creating a modeline and switching to it using xrandr.18:33
bolcseloanyone know why my ctrl-alt-f1 terminal cursor is lapping over my window manager?18:34
fowls-legsI'd like to ask for help with something, but I don't want to clog up the chat log and cause confusion. Should I wait or ...? The problem is in regards to installing 13.04 Studio.18:34
Picifowls-legs: 13.04 support is currently in #ubuntu+1, so you should join there and ask.18:34
bogortgm4883: Adding to .bashrc makes it execute tmux even when i do a console [alt+f1 login] also. How do i make it execute only when gnome-terminal is launched ?18:34
adamk_znejk, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution#Setting_resolution_changes_in_xorg.conf_--_resolution_lower_than_expected18:34
bazhangfowls-legs, #ubuntu+1 for 13.04 please18:34
marshalcureznejk are you using a nvida card and it only show a max resolution of 1024x76818:34
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znejkadamk_, thanx marshalcure, no on an intergrated intel card18:35
marshalcureo ok sorry18:35
znejkin my laptop18:35
marshalcurei had a similar problem last night18:35
marshalcurebut it was with my nvidia drivers not loaded correctly18:35
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znejkI didnt have the same problem in ubuntu 12.10. And 13.04 is with the new intel drivers...18:36
marianaCan anyone assist me with a prob in the update manager?18:36
dezmaethcan i still hibernate?18:37
she_dyedto make sure i've loaded the correct nvidia i make it show the logo and run the nvidia xserver settings18:37
marshalcureim using 12.04 so im probably not any help...plus im pretty much a linux noob "windows convert"18:37
she_dyedit's spring already dezmaeth18:38
HelloWorld321tx again, Bazhang.  It's done.  I just printed a 2-sided document.  Thanks, a heap.18:38
marianaHAs anybody else encountered a Broken Package message in the update manager?18:38
bazhangHelloWorld321, good news18:38
marianaActually, it's a Package Syten is Broken message18:39
marshalcure@mariana im new to this but maybe you can google doing the update through the terminal. its pretty easy18:40
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Picimariana: What is the error message you are getting?18:41
javier_I was installing the app darktable (using terminal) when the laptop accidentaly switched off. Now in terminal I see an error processing liblensfun0. How could I fix it?18:42
marianamarshalcure, I entered the instruction it showed into the Terminal and Terminal returned this message: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), are you root?18:42
quesoHow can I see the command an upstart service is actually trying to run?18:43
marianaPici, in Update Manager the error message is: Broken System Package18:43
marshalcure@mariana im pretty new but are you doing it sudo (i think thats root rights)?18:44
marianaPici, here's the message: The package system is broken18:44
marianaCheck if you are using third party repositories. If so disable them, since they are a common source of problems.18:44
marianaFurthermore run the following command in a Terminal: apt-get install -f18:44
Picimariana: can you open a terminal and run sudo apt-get install -f ?18:44
marianaOh, I have to type in the comman "sudo" ?18:45
Shogoothi guys i got this entry in smb.conf   http://pastebin.com/bagZLPpB  but that mounted usb disk is not showing on my network.... any idea why?18:45
marshalcureyeah sudo is root i think18:45
Picimariana: close update manager, open a terminal and type: sudo apt-get install -f18:45
marshalcureyoull need to enter your password and it wont show as your typing but its there18:45
she_dyedmarshalcure: correct18:45
she_dyedyou aint rusty yet18:46
marshalcure@she_dyed thank you18:46
she_dyedyw marshalcure18:46
marianahey !!! iT'S WORKING IN THE tERMINAL !! sO FAR SO GOOD. tHANKS, Pici and marshalcure.!18:46
marshalcureno problem18:47
she_dyeddid she break her capslock lol18:47
akasoldatsI thnk (s)he doesnt just wanted to shout her thanks18:48
aguitelbazhang, "hold shift key " not work18:50
eosaguitel: look for timeout instruction in the file /boot/grub/grub.cfg18:52
aguiteleos, to read this file i need to boot with live usb18:53
aguiteleos, i will do18:53
eosaguitel: can you not boot into the other os and read it from there?18:53
aguiteleos, only windows 818:54
eosaguitel: mmmm .... I do not think you can read ext3 .... not sure really18:54
aguiteleos, i am booting with ubuntu live usb right now18:55
she_dyedyou might have to press SHIFT over and over18:55
she_dyedduring boot18:55
aguitelshe_dyed, i did18:55
she_dyedor did you hold shift18:55
aguitelhold shift18:56
she_dyedWhat about repeated18:56
coraxxdespratly need help with NFS on Ubuntu ...can't configure ...can someone help plz ?18:56
she_dyedbecause that was tried by someone here earlier to dispplay grub18:56
aguitelshe_dyed, need to do18:56
jkgkjuiuguigiugihttp://pastebin.com/Ghnc91L3 I'm running eggdrop on ubuntu and I get "Aborted (core dumped)" here is the log file. Any ideas?18:57
eosaguitel: have you booted?18:58
she_dyedjkgkjuiuguigiugi: 1 question ffrom me, installed from repos?18:58
aguiteleos, yes18:58
aguiteleos, what need to know18:59
eosgood, open a terminal and go to /boot/18:59
k1l!find eggdrop18:59
ubottuFound: eggdrop, eggdrop-data18:59
shade34321I installed cmake from the repos but since it wasn't the right version I built the newer version of cmake using cmake. Will this mess up the apt package list?18:59
aguiteli open the file /boot/grb/grub.cfg19:00
eosaguitel: then issue the following command grep -ir 'timeout' *19:00
eosaguitel: easiest if you first do grep -ir 'timeout' *19:00
eosaguitel: it finds the right place for you19:00
DarthExpeditorSo I installed SFLphone and made the mistake of checking the start hidden box. I found the config file and fixed it but the client was still screwed up. So I tried to uninstall and reinstall and now the dameon isn't working. How do I completely remove it, configs and all and start over?19:02
Takanyone else have issues with the latest 12.10 nvidia-current update on a retina macbook?19:03
aguiteleos, many "timeout" i find19:04
eosaguitel: can you tell me the values you read after timeout?19:04
aguiteleos, what line are you talking about19:04
aguiteleos, -1 ,0 ,1019:05
eosaguitel: sorry, go to /boot/grub first19:05
yousafso I have used crontab -e to add */50 * * * * ps -ef | grep oil | grep worker | awk '{print $2}' | xargs kill -919:05
sinkingfasthello all. i need some technical assistance.19:05
aguiteleos, ok19:06
yousaftrying to save it and its giing me various options not sure which one I should select19:06
sinkingfasti'm a new user when it comes to ubuntu.19:06
yousafDos Format, Mac Format19:06
eosaguitel: then run this command grep -ir 'timeout' * > ~/timeout.txt19:06
yousafApprend, Preprend etc19:06
eosaguitel: then run the command pastebinit ~/timeout.txt19:06
aguiteleos, in what file?19:06
eosaguitel: then send me the link19:07
she_dyedhow are you editing it yousaf19:07
eosaguitel: in the temrinal!19:07
sinkingfasti'm having trouble dual booting a computer with both windows 7 and ubuntu installed in separate ssds.19:07
eosaguitel: open a terminal, go into the directory /boot/grub19:07
ZonkoWhat's the best way to switch from win 8 to ubuntu?19:07
yousafshe_dyed using Putty and crontab -e19:07
sinkingfastcan someone help?19:07
she_dyedyou're trying to add a line, yousaf, append is ok, prepend is aboe all lines19:08
aguiteleos, i am not in the laptop19:08
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eosaguitel: ??19:08
aguiteleos, wait19:09
sinkingfasthmm. does anyone here dual boots in windows 7 and ubuntu installed on separate hard drives?19:10
she_dyedyou're trying to add a line, yousaf, append is ok, prepend is aboe all lines19:10
wilee-nileesinkingfast, The channel works with you stating your probles. ;)19:10
sinkingfastok. the problem is that after installing ubuntu, windows 7 becomes unbootable.19:11
aguiteleos, i will change the machine and going back19:11
wilee-nileesinkingfast, from the grub menu?19:11
eosI am sorry aguitel I have to go to dinner19:11
k1lZonko: just boot up a live-usb system and get in touch with it19:12
BluesKajsinkingfast, isudo updaqte-grub in the terminal19:12
relipsehow come I don't have colors in screen (ubuntu), i'm using putty to connect19:12
sinkingfastok. wilee, this is how i go about it. i unplugged the sata cable from the win7 drive before installing ubuntu. plugged it in after the installation, and win7 drive won't boot up even if i unplugged the ubuntu sata cable.19:12
ZonkoSineTheCreator,  wut19:13
sinkingfastit somehow messed the boot file in windows 7 drive.19:13
wilee-nileesinkingfast, make sure the HD that ubuntu is in is first in the bios to be read, and run sudo update-grub in ubuntu with the windows HD plugged in.19:13
wilee-nileesinkingfast, unlikely any damage to windows, you just need the mbr of the ubuntu drive read for the boot first.19:14
sinkingfastwilee, does it have anything with the sda, sdb designation?19:14
an0nHow many gbs a clean install of Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS occupies disk?19:14
BluesKajsinkingfast, or , sudo os-prober, then run, sudo update-grub19:15
aguiteleos: i back19:15
andreasPeople! I've tried installing those damn Nivida drivers two times now, both time failed19:15
she_dyed eos │ I am sorry aguitel I have to go to dinner19:15
andreasI think I need some help with this19:15
andreasI''ve got Nvidia gtx 560, and I tried http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=208164919:15
earasteh_hi! Is there anyone who has worked with CAD or CAE programs in ubuntu or linux? I got some questions19:15
wilee-nileesinkingfast, before we get to far can we just try this as I have described, there is a script I would have you run otherwise so we can get to the nitty gritty. ;)19:15
she_dyedaguitel: if you didn't take 10 mins to reinstall he'd be able to help you fast19:15
andreasjust re-installed with a fresh system19:16
sinkingfastblueskaj, i used the windows 7 boot up dvd to replace the mbr and it seems to make the situation worse.19:16
yousafshe_dyed how about if I add it in cron.hourly?19:16
Rahul_21hello,i seem to have a distro issue , when i run mysqld ,can anyone help me?19:16
she_dyedyousaf: its up to you, i use a plain editor while logged in as root19:17
yousafwhich editor?19:17
she_dyedan editor i am familiar with vim19:17
yousafThis a dedicated box19:17
andreasvim hates noobs19:17
sinkingfastwilee, about making ubuntu the first in bio, i did that.19:17
AkstonHHello chaps. I have Ubuntu 13.04 running on a machine with an Intel 945GM integrated graphics card. It's meant to have something like 256MB of shared memory. On dmesg it says "agpgart-intel : detected 16384K stolen memory. When I run Google Earth, it says that the graphics card is unsupported because it needs more than 16MB of VRAM. Unity is running in 3d mode.. Not sure what to do. I also can't find a traditional XOrg.conf file to19:17
AkstonHtry and force it to use more memory.. any ideas?19:17
ausxxhi want to use a script to wrap up a command as i want to add some flags, say, the origina command is /bin/cmd1, i want to do: cd /bin && mv cmd1 cmd1.orig && echo /bin/cmd1.orig -o flag > /bin/cmd119:17
she_dyedandreas: evolution wil do the rest19:17
andreasisn't 13.04 beta?19:17
ausxxhthis does not work as expected...19:18
andreasis it an app19:18
sinkingfastthe thing is it didn't give me the option to dual boot.19:18
genii-aroundRahul_21: Please elaborate on "distro issue"19:18
andreaswait, it's vim19:18
andreasI'ma stupid19:18
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she_dyedbut fit?19:18
sinkingfastubuntu boots up just fine. it's the win7 that's fubarred.19:18
andreasInstalling Ubuntu with nvidia driver is waaaay harder then installing Arch Linux, this is wrong19:18
andreasor I'm doing everything wrong19:18
wilee-nileesinkingfast, Then lets do this get this app and run the bootinfo summary only and post the url, that way we are not guessing here or wasting time.  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair19:18
BluesKajyeah , sinkingfast , ubuntu will install grub to mbr of the windows drive, if you let it by having it onnected and first in the bios bootsequence19:18
Rahul_21genii-around, when i type "service mysqld start" i get " mysqld: unrecognized service19:19
llutzRahul_21: sudo service mysql start19:19
Rahul_21llutz, start: Job is already running: mysql19:20
BluesKajthat's what I did sinkingfast , I have W7 and kubuntu on separate hdds19:20
Taksolved: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2006475&s=146a9e33f1fadd34ff7f7002d38924a8&p=12251994#post1225199419:20
sinkingfastwilee, thanks for the link. i'll look into it. right now, i'm afraid to dual boot since i don't know how to fix win 7 drive other than reinstalling it, which is a royal pain in the neck considering the amount of updates win 7 subject its users to.19:20
llutzRahul_21: so your issue is?19:20
genii-aroundI'm pretty sure mysqld is an upstart and not sysvinit19:21
wilee-nileesinkingfast, I doubt any reinstall is needed this is a basic bootloader and file problem. ;)19:21
she_dyedsinkingfast: your data is still there, ubuntu needs to be aware that theres win7 around19:21
earasteh_ hi! Is there anyone who has worked with CAD or CAE programs in ubuntu or linux? I got some questions19:21
sinkingfastwilee, you're probably right. it's just that i lack the technical know how.19:22
yousafshe_dyed if I use WinSCP to edit the crontab, where would I actually find the file?19:22
Rahul_21llutz, what is mysqld?19:22
llutzRahul_21: mysqld is the daemon for the mysql-service /database server/19:22
wilee-nileesinkingfast, Understandable, run the script and post the url, that is the best thing to do it takes out the guessing, and bias's of this what happened to me.19:23
bekksyousaf: you should use ssh to run the command "crontab -e"19:23
she_dyedyousaf: i am not familiar with winscp, that can't be linux right, lets go back to the original question. Do you have geany or gedit or someother gui editor maybe you just need to gksudo geany crontab19:23
she_dyedits in /etc/ by the way yousaf19:23
sinkingfastdoes ubuntu automatically find the driver for usb devices such as printer?19:23
Rahul_21llutz, cause when i run "sudo service mysqld start" i get" unrecognized service "19:23
l3n0xis there anyone alive?19:23
an0nHow many gbs a clean install of Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS occupies disk?19:23
daz646oin #ubuntu19:23
sinkingfastmy samsung priver doesn't seem to work with ubuntu.19:23
llutzRahul_21: yes, the service name is "mysql" not mysqld19:24
wilee-nileean0n, about 3 to 4 gigs in one partition, with the updates-upgrades19:24
genii-aroundRahul_21: First thing is: just mysql without the d at the end. second thing: sudo start mysql     ...because it's an Upstart job19:24
l3n0x[ubuntu 12.04] why is it wehen i config the network via GUI, it wont appear on /etc/network/interfaces ??19:24
wilee-nileean0n, That does not include a swap which should be equal to your ram at the least.19:25
genii-aroundllutz: Additionally as i stated, it's an Upstart job and not a sysvinit job run by upstart with the "service" command19:25
yousafshe_dyed i am a beginner so I don't even know what the editors are19:25
llutzgenii-around: you're right, but "service" handles upstart jobs too19:25
Rahul_21genii-around, in my wiki i am getting a message cannot connect to database server, i guess it is because of this daemon19:26
wilee-nileesinkingfast, I'm going to reboot to ubuntu I will be back in a minute or so.19:27
l3n0x[ubuntu 12.04] why is it wehen i config the network via GUI, it wont appear on /etc/network/interfaces ??19:27
genii-aroundllutz: The problem becomes if ther is an /etc/init.d etry for it, then it will use that forst if you specify service. So if it was began as a native upstart job and you keep trying to use service to stop/restart it, the pid etc don't match19:27
llutzgenii-around: oh ok19:27
Rahul_21llutz, reply?19:28
sinkingfasthmm. is ubuntu user friendly or does it take a lot of technical know how.19:28
sinkingfastit seems quite complex to me at this point.19:28
jgornickHey guys, I have an Ubuntu 10.04 VM and for some reason the eth0 is found, but can't renew a DHCP license. Any ideas?19:29
l3n0x[ubuntu 12.04] why is it wehen i config the network via GUI, it wont appear on /etc/network/interfaces ??19:29
an0nwilee-nilee: 10 gbs for / is so little?19:29
l3n0xsinkingfast Ubuntu IS user Friendly compared to old version linuxes19:30
freiformhi, i'm trying to compile gimp-astronomy-plugins, make bails out giving me http://pastebin.com/WW6i7cej . Any ideas what I'm missing?19:30
wilee-nileean0n, So you want to have one partition or split the root and home, and how big do you want it. Your initial question was waht is the install basic size.19:30
sinkingfastbut it's probably years behind mac os?19:30
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llutzRahul_21: "sudo restart mysql"  check the wiki-config (database, host, user, passwd)19:31
l3n0xsinkingfast, what exactly is ur problem using ubuntu?19:31
an0nwilee-nilee: /, swap and /home19:31
sinkingfastl3nox, right now, is dual booting windows 7 and ubuntu. i tried it twice and twice it seemed to mess up the win 7 drive.19:32
ZonkoFuck you taylor swift!19:32
Tm_TZonko: please keep the topic and language suitable for this channel19:33
Zonkoit's taylor swift..19:33
Zonkowhat was I supposed to do19:33
wilee-nileean0n, Good, so you the basic / size is about 20 gigs, home at least that if you want media....etc, swap should be equal to your ram if you want to hibernate.19:33
sinkingfasti probably can't blame ubuntu. it's just that i'm a complete newbie and don't know how to fix or deal with boot file.19:33
trismfreiform: you are going to have to edit one of the makefiles and add -lm explicitly when linking19:33
an0nthe 3 separate partitions 10 gbs would be little for the root partition for programming, virtual machines and some software?19:33
wilee-nileean0n, What I have not seen is how much space you actually have and want.19:33
freiformtrism, thanks.19:33
ZonkoI'm sorry.19:34
virtuelvdoes anyone here know anything about over-provisioning on Samsung SSDs?19:34
ZonkoI do.19:34
Ataeldon't be19:34
Ataelshe's a bitch19:34
h00k!language | Atael19:34
ubottuAtael: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.19:34
h00kAlso, please keep the conversation support related, or go elsewhere19:34
Zonko!langauge | DatWOlf19:34
ubottuDatWOlf: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.19:34
Zonko!langauge | DatWolf19:34
ubottuDatWolf: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.19:34
FloodBot1Zonko: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.19:35
an0nwilee-nilee: Normally I use 10 gbs for /, but as I intend to use a virtual machine and go to programming I think it would be just what do you think?19:35
wilee-nileean0n, The good thing is all those partitions are easily resize-able, if there is space to do so.19:35
sinkingfastdoes ubuntu seek out drivers from devices plugged to the computer?19:35
k1lZonko: stop that or be banned. last warning now19:35
ZonkoWhat did I do k1l ?19:35
sinkingfastsimilar to mac os and win 7?19:35
k1l!guidelines > Zonko19:35
ubottuZonko, please see my private message19:35
wilee-nileean0n, I said the minimum of 20 gigs already for /, you have to calculate your needs.19:36
IdleOneZonko: Please read the message from ubottu, this is not a play room, we have rules.19:36
ZonkoI read them...19:36
h00kZonko: check out the guidelines for the channel, they'll help you understand the purpose of the channel and how to behave in here. You've been directed there three times. Please follow them.19:36
IdleOneok, now follow them19:36
ZonkoWhat rule did I break?19:36
ZonkoI broke language the first time.19:36
ZonkoWhat did I break the second time?19:36
h00kZonko: if you'd like to discuss this, you're free to in #ubuntu-ops, but let's keep it support-like in here.19:37
an0nwilee-nilee: Is there any data loss when a resized partition, or something is wrong after resized?19:37
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wilee-nileean0n, No data loss or damage in general, other than maybe a grub reload depending on what you have moved, all this is with correct technique. However being backed up is your best insurance, an image/clone is a good way.19:38
an0nwilee-nilee: yes19:39
an0nwilee-nilee: thanks19:39
wilee-nileein other words cover any contingencies. an0n19:39
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virtuelvis #ubuntu-help closed for business?19:39
l3n0x[ubuntu 12.04] why is it wehen i config the network via GUI, it wont appear on /etc/network/interfaces ??19:39
Tm_Tvirtuelv: this is the help channel (:19:40
wilee-nileevirtuelv, Invite only19:40
virtuelvah, it didn't use to be like this, IIRC19:40
virtuelveither way19:40
wilee-nileevirtuelv, This is ubuntu support however. ;)19:41
virtuelvI have no access to a windows machine, but need to know what Samsung's SSD Magician tool does in the over provisioning settings19:41
minetape13.04 is in beta19:41
virtuelvwilee - yes, this is related, sort of - I need to know what the over provisioning does before I let ubuntu loose on my SSD19:41
minetapeHas anyone tried it yet?19:41
tgm4883!13.04 | minetape19:42
ubottuminetape: Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) will be the 18th release of Ubuntu, Discussion and support until final release in #ubuntu+119:42
bekksminetape: Everyone in #ubuntu+1 did :)19:42
minetapei didnt :/19:42
wilee-nileevirtuelv, I'm not sure I understand you what are your concerns, I have ubuntu on my 256 gig ssd19:42
virtuelvwilee-nilee: but if you know a more generic place to ask this question, I'm al ears19:42
minetapeI want to know how it is as far as stability looks and such19:42
wilee-nilee!13.04 | minetape19:42
ubottuminetape: Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) will be the 18th release of Ubuntu, Discussion and support until final release in #ubuntu+119:42
virtuelvwilee-nilee: my concern is about how Samsung has, technically, implemented over-provisioning in their tool19:43
virtuelvwhether their SSD is treating unpartitioned space as an area for over-provisioning19:43
wilee-nileevirtuelv, I'm not familiar with over-provisioning, do you mean writes to to the drive and how often?19:43
virtuelvor whether it's some form of magic partitioning, or reconfiguration of the hardware19:44
virtuelvwilee-nilee: no, overprovisioning is, simplified, an unpartitioned space on a SSD that the SSD can use for wear levelling19:44
gustavUhm. Thunderbird just randomly crashed. What could that be?19:44
virtuelvit both improves performance and lifetime of the drive19:44
gustavIt has never done that before.19:44
wilee-nileevirtuelv, You can use a wear leveling without any unpartitioned space, ubuntu has several methods, to be honest SSD now last as long as disc drives.19:45
virtuelvwilee-nilee: Ubuntu isn't the only OS I will be running, so I need the exact technical info from someone who has actually tried the tool19:46
wilee-nileevirtuelv, To be honest then call samsung that is not within ubuntu support. ;)19:46
virtuelvwilee-nilee: I'm aware of that19:47
tgm4883virtuelv, something tells me that if you want the "exact technical info" you'll probably have to A) talk to Samsung, B) somehow get them to agree to give it to you, and C) sign an NDA19:47
virtuelvhave you ever tried Samsung (or any other megacorp's support)19:47
Georgihello. I installed some updates and now I don't have a wallpaper but a white background. Do you know how I can regain my wallpaper look?19:48
wilee-nileeGeorgi, right click the desktop-change desktop background19:48
GeorgiI did19:48
Georgiit does not change19:48
wilee-nileeGeorgi, I have had that happen try a logout or reboot, you can also open a specific image and add to desktop it with a right click.19:49
wilee-nileevirtuelv, Honestly I think you are overthinking this, I have 3 OS on my SSD HD, W8, precise, and raring I just removed debian and quantal that were there as well..19:51
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virtuelvwilee-nilee: I'm _not_ overthinking this19:51
tgm4883wilee-nilee, virtuelv I was under the impression that wear-leveling was built into the SSD drives now, not a function of the OS?19:52
widad_kayn chi mghriby hna19:52
wilee-nileeIn your mind yes ;)19:52
wilee-nileetgm4883, Yeah.19:52
virtuelvI bought an SSD because I do a fair bit of disk-intensive stuff, and need the performance19:52
syncsys_is there a biomatix thum impression hardware for attendance that can run on linux (and cannot be tampered by photo copied thumb prints on papers) . I need a good one, by which I can manipulate / use its database (where attendance record is present)  to make another application by which records may be viewed on a website?19:52
bekksvirtuelv: Then you should benchmark it yourself, maybe?19:53
virtuelvand I'm not about to install the SSD to find out in six weeks that it did the wrong thing19:53
tgm4883virtuelv, what SSD drive?19:53
virtuelvsamsung ssd pro 84019:53
virtuelvthe question is actually whether anyone in the linux community has reverse-engineered the magician tool's over-provisioning tool19:54
javier_hi all! Someone knows how could I install mint x theme in ubuntu? can't find a PPA with it in google... thanks!!!19:54
mutantei want to use " do-release-upgrade -p" to upgrade a box from lucid to precise, but "No new release found". where would i have to tell it to find precise again?19:54
dazsimerr, i think my 4 year old has killed my superuser desktop. when i log in, it shows a graphic window with a console top left. I'm currently logged in as guest and have alt-f3 open logged in to my superuser account. any advise?19:55
virtuelvI've googled for two hours without finding an actual answer19:55
wilee-nileedazsim, Not without a password, what is a super user desktop anyway?19:56
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genii-aroundBright red, hopefully19:56
dazsimthe root user19:56
dazsimthe main one19:56
tgm4883virtuelv, I'm reading the release notes, but I'm not entirely sure what you want from the magician tool19:56
wilee-nileedazsim, Have you been running in root?19:56
dazsimi cant get into "administrator"19:56
dazsimyeah its a kick around laptop. didnt consider the possiblity my son might wreck it19:57
virtuelvtgm4883: as said, it has a function for setting aside space for "over-provisioning"19:57
Quest Can a linux server make a domain with windows clients and use similar like active directory to install sofwares on ALL windows clients?19:57
wilee-nileeuse nicks please19:57
bekks!sudo | dazsim19:57
ubottudazsim: 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/fixsudo19:57
bekks!root > dazsim19:57
ubottudazsim, please see my private message19:57
virtuelvtgm4883: over-provisioning is, briefly, setting aside space for wear-levelling (which samsung SSD's don't do by default)19:57
wilee-nileedazsim, Be careful here answer questions concisely, or we are wasting each others time. ;)19:57
virtuelvtgm4883: so my brief question was whether anyone knows exactly what Samsung's tool does when it sets aside this space19:58
w30dazsim, check the ownership of .Xdefaults or .Xauthority in your home directory and make sure they match the appropiate user19:58
dazsimok, i have 1 real account. it has admistrator priveledge. i came home to find it no longer allows me to log in fully19:58
SineTheCreatordid someone here ping me?19:58
virtuelv(Samsung is different from other vendors with this)19:58
dazsim.Xauthority is owned by the user19:58
virtuelvtgm4883: and, since I have no access to Windows, I would like a good answer somewhere about what it does, and whether leaving, say 50 GB of unpartitioned space achieves the same as samsung's tool19:59
dazsimi've also checked that /tmp has the right user20:00
NanixJust found out that jupiter is deprecated and doesn't work on 13.04 any longer. Is there any substitute for it?20:00
dazsimif i had to guess i'd imagine my 4 year old son either renamed or deleted something vital20:00
wilee-nilee!13.04 > Nanix20:00
ubottuNanix, please see my private message20:00
tgm4883virtuelv, I doubt anyone has reverse engineered the samsung magician tool. Further, if Samsung doesn't build wear-leveling into their drives, it sounds like I won't be buying Samsung SSD's in the future20:01
mutantewhat's the deal with "lzma" being removed when i upgrade from lucid to precise? i get a fat warning to type 'Yes, do as I say!'20:01
dazsim@ w3020:01
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virtuelvtgm4883: oh, there is some form of wear-levelling there, but this over provisioning stuff is also for performance20:01
wilee-nilee!info lzma20:02
ubottulzma (source: lzma): Compression and decompression in the LZMA format - command line utility. In component main, is optional. Version 9.22-2ubuntu2 (quantal), package size 52 kB, installed size 140 kB20:02
wilee-nileemutante, I see it is my precise.20:02
virtuelvtgm4883: which is mostly what I'm concerned with anyway20:03
Quest Can a linux server make a domain with windows clients and use similar like active directory to install sofwares on ALL windows clients?20:03
Georgihello. I have white stuff as wallpaper and I can't change it. Can someone help me with that?20:03
mutantewilee-nilee: i just told it to go on anyways... now E: Could not perform immediate configuration on 'util-linux'.Please see man 5 apt.conf under APT::Immediate-Configure for details. (2)20:03
wilee-nileemutante, Did you have a PPA of it that is not up to date yet?20:03
tgm4883virtuelv, that doesn't change that I don't think anyone has reverse engineered it20:03
tgm4883Quest, there are a few ways to do that20:04
Questtgm4883,  like?20:04
virtuelvtgm4883: well, thanks anyway20:04
tgm4883Quest, well, it really depends on what you are doing for me to make a recommendation20:04
mutantewilee-nilee: no, i don't see any ppa in my sources list20:05
virtuelvseems I'll have to shoot Samsung an e-mail, and wait in vain for them to provide an answer20:05
Questtgm4883,  install softwares of windows. from linux server. install once. it installs on all machines20:05
deadweaselHi all!20:05
ghotilook, a talking weasel.  and it's dead.20:05
wilee-nileemutante, Did you look in /etc/apt/sources.list.d ?20:05
deadweaselwell dead.20:05
tgm4883Quest, do you need any of the Group Policy stuff?20:05
mutantewilee-nilee: it's empty20:06
Questtgm4883, ya20:06
mutantewilee-nilee: what would i have to do to make 'do-release-upgrade -p' find a new release?20:06
w30dazsim, worse case copy another users home to your admin home and change a11l the new files to your admin user. keep the admin user home some where as a backup and then play with various chunks of the files to see what ones kill the gui as you substitute back in. Lots of work I know but...20:06
mutantethen i'll try that instead of just manual20:06
tgm4883Quest, You could use Puppet or Samba 420:06
dazsimso to anyone. what would make an account on ubuntu desktop clear the login screen as if its about to load all the desktop items and then display a console top left that i cant type into...20:06
deadweaselmy 12.04 x64 won't 'startx' because it tries to change the bitrate on an old wireless card (wlan0).. my new card is usb and wlan1...  so It sticks during boot with message "faild to wakup ath0 500us"20:07
wilee-nileemutante, I'm not familiar with that that app, your error looks like a setup is needed, did you follow the errror instructions?20:07
dazsimw30 - thats the thing, its a kick around laptop so only the 1 account20:07
deadweaselanybody know how to startx w/out it trying to change the bitrate on a nonexistant wireless card?20:07
dazsimif i can create another account then that'll do - i'll just copy the files over and give it same rights20:07
deadweaselit's a settig i made via guide a long ways back, don't know what it is now20:07
w30dazsim, make a new user? temperaryly20:08
mutantelol, i even get a Traceback when trying do-release-upgrade now.. back to the Debian way20:08
andrewHey guys20:08
Crazy_Hello! I need help. I've installed Ubuntu Server 12.10, set it up, installed openvpn. I can connect from the lan to the vpn and ping the server ( I can also connect from outside the network, but i can't ping the server. The network is connected to Internet via a NAT router where I've opened vpn port to the server. Can anyone help me?20:08
mutantewilee-nilee: which instructions? to read manpages?20:08
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w30dazsim, the delete it when done with it20:08
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Guest53410I'm having an issue in ubuntu 12.10 where the monitor randomly changes screen resolutions when using dual monitor on an AMD chipset. Has anyone else ever experienced this? I'm having trouble finding stuff on google20:09
mutanteImportError: No module named GnuPGInterface20:09
wilee-nileemutante, Yes the config info it seems, the key to using the channels are details, and paste-binning errors, with commands.20:09
mutantewilee-nilee: ok, sigh,, i'm trying to upgrade from one LTS to another and i'm using the tool that Ubuntu provides for that and it fails in all kinds of ways, and i'm not using any third party repo..  i'll get back with pastebins of everything20:10
dazsimok wish me luck, logging out of guest now :P20:11
deadweaselanybody know how to startx w/out it trying to change the bitrate on a nonexistant wireless card?20:12
wilee-nileemutante, Upgrading from 10.04 to 12.04 is a bit of a strech I would never do a upgrade personally. Changes in partition types and others make it in my opinion not worth it. I would also have a image of 10.04 before I did anything.20:12
Rahul_21llutz, my mysqld folder is empty20:13
mutantewilee-nilee: PXE booting from precise image.. ok20:14
Myrttiwilee-nilee: they're both LTS's tho20:15
llutz!details | Rahul_2120:15
ubottuRahul_21: 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 ..."20:15
* wilee-nilee finds emotional charged communications to be a waste of time.20:15
deadweaselanybody know how to startx w/out it trying to change the bitrate on a nonexistant wireless card?20:16
Questtgm4883,  that wont install windows apps on windows clients from sitting on a linux server20:16
wilee-nileeMyrtti, And in a perfect world with an exsperienced world should be okay. However you can do a fresh install save all the installed in a list and sources and have the same setup twice as fast except for customizations, and have a clean setup.20:17
Rahul_21llutz, i cant find the socket file, var/run/mysqld folder doesnt contain mysql.sock20:17
tgm4883Quest, what won't?20:17
Questtgm4883,  you said i could use samba4 or puppet20:17
tgm4883Quest, yes, both of those will work for installing windows applications on windows clients20:18
ubottuFor lists of supported hardware on Ubuntu see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport - To help debugging and improving hardware detection, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingHardwareDetection20:19
dazsimso i created a new account and it  didnt let me log in. it returned me to the list of users to log into. is there a step i'm missing other than adduser and passwd?20:20
dazsimdo i need to generate desktop files or something?20:21
tgm4883ah guessing. That always results in fixing the issue20:21
dazsimit used to :P20:21
tgm4883dazsim, I didn't follow all the backlog. You can't login to your regular account, but you can login to the guest account? Can you SSH into your regular account?20:22
dazsimi can switch to alt-f3 and log into command line20:23
OerHeksdazsim when you login, you return to login? ( after an update?)20:23
tgm4883dazsim, ok, and you've done a pastebin of ~/.xsession-errors and 'ls -la ~/'20:24
dazsimtgm4883:  ssh using putty or something? i've never tried. i'll get those now20:24
ubottuFor 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.20:24
OerHeksdazsim, known update-issue, see answer #5 >> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lightdm/+bug/1036830  rename or move .xauthority20:24
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1036830 in lightdm (Ubuntu) "Can't log in unless remove .Xauthority or use gdm" [Undecided,Confirmed]20:24
w30dazsim, I would suggest using the gui to add a new user in order to get a home directory and skel for the user rather than command line. look for users and groups application20:25
dazsim@w30 i cant. i'm logged in as guest. unless theres a way to add a user from the login screen?20:25
w30dazsim, I am not on Ubuntu right now to give the exact name but in xubuntu it is users-admin20:26
MikeHIs there likely to be any issue pulling my Linux install out of a AMD Turion based machine and dumping it in a Xeon based machine? I've bought a newer, more powerful home server and like to avoid reinstalling and moving configs etc. if at all possible20:27
wilee-nileeMikeH, Is this a ubuntu OS?20:28
kermitwhy would a card not show up in lspci, even though it shows at boot?20:28
tgm4883kermit, is it a pci card?20:28
Reggie_Hey folks I am running ubuntu 12.04 in a windows domain and am having an issue with it resolving names to IP properly20:29
Reggie_can anyone help20:29
tgm4883Reggie_, are you using the FQDN?20:29
MikeHReggie_: Assuming you have the DNS set to your AD domain server, do you have search domain set correctly?20:29
dazsim@w30 this looks promising. bare with me :P20:29
Reggie_huh ? for example spamappliance.local20:29
kermittgm4883: pci something, yes20:29
dexter_I installed ubuntu 12.04 LTS but made a mistake while selecting my partionining and now have lost my windows 720:29
tgm4883Reggie_, yes, although you don't want to use .local20:30
MikeHReggie_: Ok, so you're using the full domain. What is the issue?20:30
Reggie_Hey MikeH would I add a search string to the resolv.comf20:30
wilee-nileedazsim, If you use @ rather then tab compete I don't believe the user is notified20:30
MikeHReggie_: Irrelevant if you say you're having issues with something.local. What's happening?20:30
dazsimwilee-nilee:  i'll bare that in mind :>20:31
Reggie_okay sorry I only used local to show an example20:31
deadweasel Exact error on startx: Error for wireless request "Set Bit Rate" (8B20):20:31
deadweaselSET failed on device wlan0:\20:31
Reggie_so I have set up host A records on the DNS server for my spam appliance and other devices and unless I put in an IPit just won't find the devices by name20:32
deadweaselNo such dvice20:32
deadweaselI can't start X because of some config I made to a nonexistent wifi card.20:32
deadweaselmy box stalls every time with that above error20:32
mutantewilee-nilee: ok, so for some other odd reason i can't make it PXE boot into precise installer, it times out, so i'm trying this again:  http://pastebin.com/n9ucUqk820:32
deadweaselhow do I find it?20:32
tgm4883Reggie_, does 'nslookup <FQDN>' reply with the correct IP?20:32
deadweaseland kill it?20:32
anton_ehanyone know how to activate the top panel for applets on gnome classic installed in 12.04?20:32
Reggie_let me give it a try20:32
MikeHReggie_: FIrst of all, do you have the correct dns servers in /etc/resolv.conf?20:33
Reggie_let me bring it up in Nano20:33
Reggie_humm resolv.conf comes back blanl20:34
Reggie_is there a reason resolv.conf is resolv.conf.d??20:35
tgm4883Reggie_, that is a directory20:36
deadweaselError for wireless request "Set Bit Rate" (8B20) \n  SET failed on device wlan0  \n  No Such Device....  <<---  help, can't start x.  old wifi setting crippling x.20:36
Reggie_humm well my resolv.conf comes up blank let me do a locate on the file20:36
deadweasel12.04 x6420:36
Reggie_humm tgm4883 it's located in /etc/ppp/20:36
tgm4883deadweasel, what happens if you down the device?20:36
tgm4883Reggie_, thats... weird20:37
wilee-nileemutante, Here is a link that night have some good info, older server update, however same error "No module named GnuPGInterface" That is about my best help. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1767358&s=65aae7bb35891d0fb9feaf4ee175701120:37
deadweaselnmcli con down id wlan0?20:37
deadweaselUnknown Connection20:37
tgm4883hmm, worth a shot20:37
deadweaselso wherever this setting is, I put it there a while back trying to get realtek drivers to work.20:37
Reggie_yea I would have to agree this is the first time I'm seeing that, so at this point I just need to add the lines: nameserver IP correct tgm488320:37
deadweaselthen I got a new wifi card.20:37
deadweaselno issue since.  Today I install a new gfx card and X won't start20:37
mutantewilee-nilee: thanks, i seem to have this issue described here http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1767358.html20:37
tgm4883Reggie_, what version of ubuntu?20:38
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nate_his there some way to set the grub timeout of the new system when i'm preseeding?20:38
tgm4883Reggie_, http://askubuntu.com/a/157192/215920:38
wilee-nileemutante, Lol same link, good work. ;)20:38
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mutantewilee-nilee: this one seems to fix it cp /usr/share/pyshared/GnuPGInterface.py /usr/lib/python2.6/20:39
meLon_Having issues with my networking/routing when trying to use Ubuntu as a gateway/router.  http://askubuntu.com/questions/280115/ubuntu-as-a-router-gateway-unable-to-access-wan20:39
wilee-nileemutante, Cool. ;)20:39
deadweaseltgm4883: I once put a setting in, setting bitrate to 5.4, which helped with realtek drivers packet loss.  that card is gone and the device is too...20:39
jkgkjuiuguigiugihttp://pastebin.com/PVKbWJSf has anyone gotten this error before when compiling?20:39
deadweaselbut the setting is crippling x starting up.20:39
deadweaseli have no idea where that setting is....20:40
Quest what hardware that supports tokkens/cards/passwords/ and thumbprint  has integration with linux? and a readymade software for linux is a plus . Need it to log the timings of employees, salaries and hr integrations is a plus20:40
w30nate_h, I saw some new tools for configuring grub2 in the repos, maybe those would relieve you some grief for configuring grub220:41
meLon_jkgkjuiuguigiugi: Do you have zlib1g-dev p7zip-full20:41
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w30nate_h, maybe search for grub2 in the repo ?20:42
jkgkjuiuguigiugimelon_: thanks20:43
anton_ehI have upgraded to 12.04 from 10.04 then installed gnome desktop though the panel isn't active??  is there away to get the panel active so I can lock applets to it??20:43
mutanteand it failed again in a new way: Exception during pm.DoInstall():  E:Could not perform immediate configuration on 'util-linux' ...Please report this bug... .. joy20:43
k1ljkgkjuiuguigiugi: did you read the readme?20:43
meLonjkgkjuiuguigiugi: <3 No problem, sir.  What an annoying hostname you've got :P20:43
MonkeyDustat least it's not 1eet20:44
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nickd123Anyone able to help me20:45
MonkeyDustnickd123  ask a question first20:45
SonikkuAmerica!ask | nickd12320:45
ubottunickd123: 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 !patience20:45
wilee-nileeanton_eh, What was the install command, is this gnome 3 of the fallback?20:45
nickd123perfect its working now (I was in before but stated i could not post to #ubuntu)20:46
deadweaselError for wireless request "Set Bit Rate" (8B20) \n  SET failed on device wlan0  \n  No Such Device....  <<---  help, can't start x.  old wifi setting crippling x, help locating?20:46
nickd123Alright so I have performed an install of 12.4 server following the official directions to create a software raid 120:46
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nickd123I got to the point of installing grub and could not procede so I finished the install without installing grub20:47
jacklkMistaMike: EPIC NICK20:47
nickd123I have booted into a live cd and been trying to install grub to the software raid 1 and am not getting anywhere20:48
jacklknha_: WELCOME20:48
anton_ehI guess I have both being that firstly I did sudo apt-get install gnome-panel which gave me gnome classic as an option though when that didnt work I looked in synaptic and installed gnome from there which gave me gnome 3 as well20:48
wilee-nileenickd123, details like errors in the grub install, pastebin please.20:48
jacklkmeLon: welcome20:48
jacklkaguitel: welcome20:48
Coreyjacklk: Knock that off please.20:48
jacklkCorey: I'll knock you off.20:49
jacklkjangothehutt: welcome20:49
jacklkI'll stop20:49
nickd123No errors in the install other then just the message saying it could not install to that location20:49
ssnsince there seems to be no alternate install cd for ubuntu 13.04, how do i install it on a software raid?20:49
k1lanton_eh: the classic thing is not a real gnome2 desktop. im not sure if the panel just cant do what you want20:49
aguiteli have this vga card:VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD] nee ATI Device 980a ,how install the driver?20:51
meLonaguitel: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/ATI20:51
nickd123I am booted on a 12.04 desktop live cd so that I can bring up a terminal, using disk management I can see my swap and other partition (boot) but it cannot be mounted or anything20:51
anton_ehkil do you know the command line to install "a real gnome2" desktop20:52
nickd123is there a way I can install it separate to a usb and boot into my install from there?20:52
anton_ehwilee-nilee I have gnome3 installed from synaptic where the package is calle gnome20:53
k1lanton_eh: there is no gnome2 anymore20:53
k1lanton_eh: you can take a look at lubuntu-desktop or xubuntu-desktop20:54
mladouxyou might also want to look into mate or cinnamin20:54
nickd123anton do you have any ideas for my issue20:54
AdlezI want to convert Mp4 to Mp3..what program do I use?20:54
anton_ehthanks kil20:54
wilee-nileeanton_eh, Not sure in the classic it is different then gnome 2.20:55
k1lwell mate is not supported in here and cinnamon seems to have a way to old gnome-codebase :/20:55
anton_ehI am a only a rambler on the insurmountable that linux is to me nicd12320:55
mladouxI wouldn't know, I don't use gnome... XD20:55
AdlezHi..can anybody help me? I would like to convert MP4 to MP320:56
AdlezI don't know what program to use20:56
AdlezI tried sound converter but it does not work20:56
MonkeyDustAdlez  try ffmpeg or avconv20:56
mladouxalso, look into soundconverter20:57
wilee-nileeAdlez, Sound converter is an easy way, handbrake is another.20:57
nickd123the link i posted is helpful and has multiple options20:57
wilee-nileeAdlez, Can e done from a cli with ffmpeg as well.20:58
nickd123wilee have you ever posted a system without grub or a broken grub?20:58
AdlezThanks ..I hope I understood20:58
Questwhat application do i need to use fingerprint / card password devices for employee attendance and HR ?20:58
wilee-nileenickd123, Lol, no I know grub, however is this a W8 dual boot?20:59
nickd123no this is decicated install no duel boot at all20:59
nickd123dedicated *20:59
johnjohn101can i shrink an ext4 partition without damaging my system?20:59
MonkeyDustjohnjohn101  yes, if you use a live cd to do it20:59
MonkeyDustjohnjohn101  but always backup first21:00
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wilee-nileenickd123, trying to fix a bad install may be a waste of time, details of the problem and errors might get you to a fresh install that works, if that is needed. Did you check the sum of the ISO?21:00
anton_ehkil should lubuntu-desktop or xubuntu-desktop give me a desktop with active panels ?21:00
nickd123I utilized this guide to set up the software raid https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/advanced-installation.html but it did not include anything regarding grub install21:00
mustafaWhat plugin should I install to get c# working with eclipse?21:01
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k1lanton_eh: they are not gnome desktops. they use lxde and xfce21:01
nickd123Its not a bad install I dont think, ISO was checked before, like I said I was forced to skip the grub install and finish the install without it, meaning its all there just nothing pointing too it now21:02
k1l!away > plumblum|afk21:02
ubottuplumblum|afk, please see my private message21:02
thasmoHi folks! Is it possible to update chef (client/solo) to 10.14+ on a Ubuntu server with apt-get?21:02
* anton_eh needs to do moar research21:02
anton_ehthank you21:02
wilee-nileenickd123, What command did you run to install grub?21:02
gustavIs there a window manager which lets me move around windows as if they were particles in a particle system?21:03
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gustavI.e. move them like papers across a table covered in sand.21:04
nickd123I was trying grub-install /dev/ubuntu-root, also tried drive letters (split between sda and sdc)21:04
nickd123as it stands grub is not installed21:04
gustavAND works with optirun/bumblebee. :)21:04
wilee-nileenickd123, Server installs  or raid are not my area of study, however it seems the grub install command was probably wrong is my best guess.21:04
gustavNow I am finished. You may answer.21:04
djhthorisgustav, I am trying to visualize what you mean21:05
MonkeyDustgustav  try compiz config21:05
MonkeyDustgustav  it has a lot of fancy eye candy21:05
wilee-nileenickd123, Grub should probably go the the mbr, the OS has the corresponding files already is my guess.21:05
nickd123yeah mine either, all my use in the past was on single drive systems and its simple, I have tried two full installs today first with fakeraid then with software raid21:05
gustavMonkeyDust: Isn't WMs all eye candy? This isn't eye candy btw. But I know what you mean. I think it's more fluid and it's not always.21:06
gustavdjhthoris: Get some sand. :) And a paper.21:06
nickd123how do i find the mbr?21:06
wilee-nileenickd123, If not the mbr a boot partition, although that is probably not needed per-say.21:06
gustavnickd123: It's the 512 bytes of any sda, sdb, etc.21:07
djhthorisGustav, so you want the windows to leave tracks on the screen when you move them?21:07
iandeeshi all, i just upgraded my server from lucid to precise and am seeing a huge jump in io service time reported by munin: http://osmus.osm.osuosl.org/munin/osm.osuosl.org/benzene.osm.osuosl.org/iostat_ios.html21:07
gustavnickd123: First 512 bytes.21:07
iandeesany thoughts on why that might happen?21:07
gustavdjhthoris: I want to move them in angles.21:07
gustavdjhthoris: Like papers. Also tracks. Interact with eachother when I move them.21:07
wilee-nileenickd123, Chroot to the install put grub in the mbr and run a update-grub21:07
Markohi all!! I need some help with rinetd!!!! any expert?21:08
nickd123I dont see that size partition anywhere just the 4gb swap and large partition21:08
nickd123wilee do you have anything that explains that in further detail21:09
djhthorisgustav, I'm not sure if xorg is even made for rotating windows at angles other than 90 degrees21:09
gustavdjhthoris: No, there's no argument or property for that, I guess. :/21:09
MonkeyDustgustav  Wayland or Mir perhaps21:09
gustavwindow.angle: 30.21:09
gustavMonkeyDust: You're a bit predictable.21:09
OerHeksgustav you might want to check #ubuntu-touch too, those guys are up2date21:10
gustavOerHeks: I don't have touch. Stay on topic please.21:10
djhthorisgustav, and WMs are limited by what the underlying xorg supports21:10
Markorinetd expert needed21:10
gustavdjhthoris: That's true.21:10
OerHeksgustav 'move around as paper on sand" looks like microsoft surface.21:11
gustavOerHeks: Hm, looks like nature. But if you're a MS fanboy....21:11
SonikkuAmerica!details | Marko21:11
ubottuMarko: 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 ..."21:11
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OerHeksNope, running kubuntu on a new machine that never smelled windows, since 200921:12
thasmoHi folks! Is it possible to update chef (client/solo) to 10.14+ on a Ubuntu server with apt-get (preferably raring)?21:12
gustavBut you still miss it.21:12
ShogootI got a webserver  /var/www . I want to map that server disk in  my win 7 machine so i can easyly use the files in my IDE. What kind of permitions (chmod wise) shall i set up the directory with?21:12
MonkeyDustthasmo  #ubuntu-server21:13
thasmoMonkeyDust, ah thank you!21:13
MonkeyDustgustav  behave or leave21:13
gustav!ops MonkeyDust threats21:13
ubottugustav: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)21:13
OerHeksgustav no, i'd like to see touch working, and the better nvidia optimus driver like you have.21:13
MarkoI have a problem with rinetd, I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 Server i386. When I try to redirect port 1521 to other Oracle Server on same network21:13
thasmoubottu :>21:13
wilee-nileenickd123, First lets get the nickd correct tab complete nicks, a few letters of it and tab will complete. Here is a grub reload using chroot read carefuly it mentions raid, and remember I am not particularity familiar with raid.  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2/Installing#via_ChRoot21:14
Markoport is not redirected21:14
k1lgustav: stick to technical ubuntu support in here, thanks21:14
gustavk1l: Go look in a mirror.21:14
dlamis there a command to show what a package installs and where?   like on fedora its `rpm -q --list mysql-server`21:16
jribdlam: dpkg -L21:16
MarkoMy Oracle server uses standard port 1521 and IP, I want to redirect connection through machine with IP using same port 1521 directed to Oracle Server with rinetd redirector21:17
wilee-nileenickd123, This app does repairs any many different types of setup from a gui as well. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair  http://sourceforge.net/p/boot-repair/home/Home/21:17
MarkoI tried to do that, but no port is opened :(21:17
leehello all. I have a new install of Ubuntu 12.04 set to auto-login. upon login the screen is so dim it's unreadable. logging out and logging back in again fixes it so it's at full brightness (and the livecd was fine too). how do I fix this permanently? (I have tried "acpi_osi=linux acpi_backlight=vendor" in /etc/default/grub, makes no difference, same behaviour whether that's present or not)21:19
nickd123ill try those your awesome wilee21:20
maedoxHi guys, having some issues with my session after upgrading from 12.10 to 13.04. First login it was useless, but reinstalling nvidia drivers helped. Now I can't get to the Unity launcher. I've tried this: http://www.liberiangeek.net/2013/04/how-to-restart-unity-and-compiz-in-ubuntu-13-04-raring-ringtail/ to no avail. What's the best way to reset all my profile settings? (Guest login works fine)21:20
MonkeyDustmaedox  ask in #ubuntu+121:20
dtiguelee, what happens if you set it to NOT auto login?21:21
wilee-nilee!13.04 > maedox21:21
ubottumaedox, please see my private message21:21
dtiguelee, does the screen look fine if you manually log in instead of auto-login?21:21
maedoxit is surely the same process as for 12.10.21:21
Ben64maedox: maybe, maybe not. either way support is in #ubuntu+1 until release21:22
IdleOnemaedox: 13.04 is not released yet and not supported in this channel until release. Please use #ubuntu+121:22
maedoxHaha, yeah, anyone else? :P21:23
maedoxI got it, asked there now.21:23
tgm4883!13.04 | maedox21:23
ubottumaedox: Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) will be the 18th release of Ubuntu, Discussion and support until final release in #ubuntu+121:23
kymesoulHello. What channel of irc where i can hang-out with ubuntu users and spend time conversation with them?21:23
tgm4883!ot | kymesoul21:23
ubottukymesoul: #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!21:23
leedtigue: (checking ...)21:24
ZonkoOkay guys, I have a question. I have a ubuntu 6.10 iso and I'd like to use it to replace my current os, how would I go about doing that?>21:24
tgm4883Zonko, you don't. You download a supported version21:24
Ben64Zonko: download a new iso and use it instead, 6.10 is long long since unsupported21:24
tgm4883Zonko, 6.10 has been unsupported for a very, very long time21:25
ZonkoSo there's no way?21:25
tgm4883Zonko, no way that is supported21:25
ZonkoCan I update the 6.10 iso without redownloading it all?21:25
leedtigue: nope, the login dialog is also dim, stays dim if I login at that point, and if I log out the brightness goes back up21:25
madpropsanybody knows a command to make networkmanager re-establish the current connection?21:25
k1lZonko: there is a way. but you are 2 years faster with downloading a new iso and install with that21:25
tgm4883Zonko, you could use zsync, but likely every package on that disk has been updated21:25
dtigueZonko, 6.10 wasn't a very good release anyway, either get 12.04 LTS, or 12.10, or wait a few days and get the latest and greatest 13.0421:26
Zonkookay well21:26
ZonkoHow do I replace my os after I download it?21:26
tgm4883Zonko, burn the ISO to a CD as an image and boot it up21:26
auronandace!install | Zonko21:26
ubottuZonko: 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 !automate21:26
dtiguelee, once you log in can you go in and change the brightness in the settings ?21:26
leedtigue: on initial login (auto or not), changing the brightness slider does nothing. after logging out and in again to restore full brightness, changing the brightness slider then changes the brightness21:27
ZonkoI only have 700mb disks...21:27
ZonkoHow else can I install it21:28
k1lZonko: use usb-stick21:28
k1lZonko: or use a netinstall. or a mini-iso21:28
Zonkohow do I setup flash drive?21:28
dtiguelee, do you have the correct video drivers installed? is this a fresh install? what version of ubuntu are you using >21:28
k1lZonko: did you read the install link the bot gave you?21:29
dtigueZonko it's explained on the website when you go to download the ISO image21:29
leeit also appears that brightness is not remembered between logouts, but I don't really care as it should probably be on full anyway21:29
leedtigue: fresh install of 12.04, I haven't installed anything since install21:30
spexiHi! I have Ubuntu Server 12.04.2 LTS, and I had 80gt hard drive with all other partitions than /home, and 200gt hard drive for home. Yesterday the 200gt hard drive got broken, and I bought today new. What things I have to do exactly to get that new drive working and behaving as new /home? BIOS detects the new drive so far.21:31
mikehaas763Is there a way to check when a program install through apt-get was last updated?21:31
jribspexi: format it, update your /etc/fstab21:31
tgm4883mikehaas763, you could parse /var/log/apt/history.log21:31
spexijrib: okay. is there any instructions what to type in /etc/fstab, or is it clear when I open the file?21:32
akSeyafolks; i'm running via ssh import -window root a.jpg but I get mostly black21:32
jribmikehaas763: /var/log/dpkg.log may help too21:32
jrib!fstab | spexi21:32
ubottuspexi: 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 !Partitions21:32
akSeyaI get the screenshot but with a big black square inside21:32
spexijrib: thanks, I'll look that21:33
Shogootits mounted toa  aserver is it not? and therfor can be reaches on a local netweok, then its possbile to add that directory as a network disk.21:33
dtiguelee, strange, I would try installing all the updates, the see if any video drivers need to be installed by running the Additional Drivers, I know in 12.10 Additional Drivers is located under a tab in Software Sources, but I think in 12.04 it was still a separate application21:35
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leedtigue: running now (I haven't updated anything since install, and there's no 3rd party drivers enabled yet)21:37
leenext question will be, is there an easy way to get rid of the default UI and replace it with something simpler (as both xubuntu and lubuntu refused to give me an X session), or rather, what's the right way of doing that21:38
dtiguelee, once you do that, then reboot and see if you still are having the screen brightness issue, make sure before rebooting, but after updating, to check and see if there is any 3rd party drivers by opening the Additional Drivers application21:38
dtiguelee, there is tons of window managers and desktop enviroments you can install, I would think that since you know you have a working X config you should be able to install any other UI and be able to get it running, if you decide to install xubuntu-desktop or whatever make sure you keep lighdm as the login manager instead of using whatever the other option is, i just installed gnome-remix on top of unity to test it out and I really like it, but I'm21:41
dtigue partial to E17 and openbox/fluxbox21:41
leefluxbox might be a good bet, nice and simple and easy to lock down21:41
CorySimmonsHey guys, since #vbox is dead, do you care if I ask a vbox/ubuntu-related question here? :}21:42
wilee-nileeCorySimmons, go for it.21:42
wutangwilee-nilee, my bruva from another muva21:42
minetapeWould it be possible to boot Ubuntu from a PS3?21:43
wilee-nilee"brother from another batter" Jamie Fox on SNL playing a hoho about the Twinkie.21:43
wutanglol minetape21:44
wutangFUCK THATCHER21:44
CorySimmonswilee-nilee: Ok, so I've got a vbox setup with ubuntu server on it. I set up Samba to share a folder. I changed my network settings from NAT to Bridged so this would work. Everything was fine, but lately my \\UBUNTU drive hasn't been showing up on my Windows network. Since it wasn't, I started randomly changing Network settings to see if anything helped, and now it is just never showing up.21:44
FloodBot1wutang: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.21:44
dtiguelee, also I do suggest to most people, especially new users, to try to get used to unity, I didn't like it at first but now that I know all the keyboard shortcuts and can easily navigate it I really dig it, it does allow me to get to what is most important very quickly and i've noticed I'm more productive at work now that I'm using unity on my office PC21:44
minetapesoo.... would it be possibru?21:44
CorySimmonswilee-nilee: I also had to restart my cable modem, so that may have reset the associated MAC address or something - not sure.21:44
wilee-nileeCorySimmons, Not an area I'm familial with is all.21:44
minetapefamilial lol21:45
leedtigue: I'm not a new user, but I have forgotten more about debian and ubuntu than I currently know, also this is a machine that needs pretty much everything stripping out, it's essentially a kiosk21:45
gustavHi. I'm trying to run guiminer.py and I get "ImportError: No module named tools," what should I do?21:45
wutangf*ck thathcer21:45
dtigueminetape, i don't think so because the archetecture of the cpu on the PS3 isn't support by ubuntu21:45
centurionhi there, can someone help me ? I am having issues with sound on 12.04 Ubuntu21:46
CorySimmonsWell, is anyone in here knowledgeable about vbox networking?21:46
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 !patience21:46
leedtigue: in the Additional Drivers applet in System Settings, the Enable button is greyed out, how do I change that?21:47
dtiguelee, ahh, yea we have some kiosk machines for the public to use at the local library that we set up with openbox, they are very easy to lock down21:47
wilee-nileeState your problems if someone knows and wants to answer they will. ;)21:47
leedtigue: I am using ltsp at another office to do kiosks, works great21:47
leeproblem with machine = IT Crowd21:48
dtiguelee, yea thats what we did at the library21:48
leeso simple, so nice. at least in testing. hopefully going to be the same once I roll it out ...21:48
leedtigue: aha, updates appear to have fixed it, or at least the login dialog is bright, let's try setting autologin and try again ...21:48
gottwisstMy Microsoft Lifecam Hd 3000 causes programs to crash when videoing or recording sound - any suggestions21:48
gottwisstTo clarify, if I open open "system settings" and then "sound" it does not cause a program to crash if recording sound21:50
dtiguelee, if the enable button is greyed out you can install through the command line, i don't remember the package for ati but for nvidia you can do 'sudo apt-get install nvidia-current'21:50
gottwisstIf I have the system settings sound pannel open while I'm recording21:50
leenah, it'll be an intel something21:50
leehowever! updates have kind of worked, the screen is now on full brightness, but the brightness slider does nothing... this is a much better scenario than before and google was showing results to fix that specific issue, so thanks!21:51
dtiguelee, oh intel shouldn't need propreitary drivers, thats probably why the enable button is disabled21:51
leecenturion: please ask questions in here21:51
dtiguelee, no problem, glad i could be of assistance21:51
centurionlee, I just installed 12.04 Ubuntu, but for some reason I am having issues with the sound21:52
RAPE-SEMENhmmmm have you tried installing a real operating system that people use?21:52
RAPE-SEMENlike Windows?21:52
centurionI tried killall pulseaudio but nothing happened21:52
RAPE-SEMENbonus:  it'll run programs21:52
dtiguewhat king of issues, no sound, garbled sound, white noise?21:53
centurionno sound at all21:53
leecenturion: wish I could help, I haven't played with ubuntu for ages21:53
dtiguegod where is the kick/ban guys when you really need em21:53
centuriondtigue, to whom are you referring to ?21:54
dtiguecenturion, first off, have you checked that the sound is turned up on the speakers, have you checked that its not muted through the software and hardware? have you checked that the speakers are plugged in to the back of the machine (if it is a desktop)21:55
dtiguecenturion, not you21:55
leedtigue: thanks for the help!21:55
centurionAll of them are checked21:55
dtiguelee, np21:55
dtiguecenturion, ok and have you opened the sound settings and went through the tabs and made sure that the right devices are selected ?21:56
w30lee, just guessing but maybe run the app as admin; like gksu <the app>21:56
dtiguew30, ?!?!21:58
dtiguecenturion, open sound settings and under the output tab make sure your sound card is checked and the sound is turned up, also make sure to look at the very bottom of that same tab where it says 'Connector' and make sure the right thing is checked in there.21:59
centuriondtigue, yes and I tested it21:59
deadweaselHi guys22:00
deadweaseland gals if unicorns exist22:00
deadweaseli desperately need help.22:00
gottwisstwith what22:00
leethere'll be a U-named ubuntu release along next year22:01
deadweaseli can't startx due to a setting I put in somewhere (don't know here) that SETs bit rate to 5.4 on wlan0.22:01
deadweaselI get a device not found error and everythign stalls22:01
centuriondtigue, either I cant see the connector tab or it isn't there22:02
celsopeople, how do i install ubuntu updates to a day defined by me? is there any way to do it?22:02
deadweaseli've looked at x11.conf, udev, dmesg, I have no idea where this setting is.... I even tried renaming wlan0 to wlan1 in udev22:02
centurionI have Output\Input\SoundEfects\Applications22:02
dtiguecenturion, did you also look under the hardware tab and make sure at the bottom where it says Profile, make sure you have the correct thing there, mine is Analog Stereo Duplex22:02
deadweaselthen i get an error about denyhosts not binding to device!@22:02
dtiguecenturion, Connector is at the bottom under the Output tab22:03
dtiguecelso, set a cron job to run the update at a certain time ??22:03
deadweaselI'm using wlan1 via cli now, but I if I try to startx I stall with that above error22:03
gustavArgh. I just want to mine a coin.22:03
deadweaselgustav what's your problem?22:04
deadweaselwith your ming?22:04
gustavdeadweasel: Well, it doesn't work. I'm trying guiminer.py but it doesn't start.22:04
gustav"Nothing to mine on, exiting"22:05
Georgihello, my background/wallpaper is white and I cannot change it? Would someone shed some light on this one ?22:05
celsodtigue, i explained wrong. i would like to install all the updates released to last week.22:05
deadweaselI suggest bfgminer, I'd get you a link but I can't StartX!!!22:05
deadweaselalso go to #bitcoin-mining22:05
deadweaselthey will help22:05
ZonkoGuys, What's the fastest way to download ubuntu?22:05
celsodtigue, but not the ones after the last week.22:05
wilee-nileeZonko, check the apt-fast ppa22:06
Georgihello, my background/wallpaper is white and I cannot change it? Would someone shed some light on this one ?22:06
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ZonkoCan you send me a link to fastest?22:06
wilee-nileeZonko, Sorry I raed apps, my bad probably the torrent.22:06
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Georgihey hey22:07
wilee-nileeZonko, apt-fast is great fro updates and upgrades, I miss read your post.22:07
Georgiwill someone pay attention to me22:07
anton_ehcelso dtigue left the room22:07
Zonkogood torrent link? :)22:07
wilee-nileeGeorgi, Have you run a reboot.22:07
celsoanton_eh what?22:08
Georgimultiple times wilee-nilee22:08
wilee-nileeZonko, Go to the ubuntu website they are there.22:08
gottwisstGeorge, you could also try logging out and see if that works22:08
gottwisstnever mind22:08
GeorgiI tried gottwisst22:08
Georgino result22:08
anton_ehlook back to the cron job suggestion and celso left second output after that22:08
anton_ehsorry dtigue left after tht22:08
gottwisstGeorge, have you tried various different GUI's to see if they do the same thing?22:08
Georgihow do I do that?22:09
gottwisstlog out, click on that little button above your password22:09
gottwisstand change to gnome classic22:09
gottwisstand then log in again22:09
RileyGuyhello I need help setting the sun java path for ubuntu 11.1022:09
Zonkowillie nileee22:09
Georgiok I will and will come again to tell you what happened22:09
Zonkowilee-nilee, I found the download, but I dont see torrents.22:09
RileyGuyhello I need help setting the sun java path for ubuntu 11.1022:10
centurioncan someone else assist me, not that dtigue has quit?22:10
ZonkoNever mind wilee-nilee , I got it.22:10
deadweaseli can't startx due to a setting I put in somewhere (don't know here) that SETs bit rate to 5.4 on wlan0.22:10
RileyGuyI installed the java from java.com22:10
deadweaseli get device not found22:10
RileyGuyand idk how to set the path22:10
celsoanton_eh, how a cron job identify the release updates time?22:10
deadweaseland everything stops22:10
anton_ehi update through a terminal22:11
RileyGuywilee_nilee: Can I get some help with setting the sun java path?22:11
Georgigottwisst I saw no such button to change the GUI22:11
GeorgiI logged out but only option was to type password and then hit enter22:12
wilee-nileeZonko, http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop/alternative-downloads22:12
celsoi dont think you understand what i said.  i need something that installthe updates available until last week. but i dont want to install the ones after that. i need this to detect a regression.22:12
RileyGuywilee_nilee: Can I get some help with setting the sun java path?22:12
wilee-nileeZonko, Ah, cool enjoy. ;)22:12
ZonkoThanks for the help :)22:12
RileyGuywilee_nilee: Can I get some help with setting the sun java path?22:13
Georgihey how do I change GUI22:14
Georgican someone tell me22:14
anton_ehyeah I have no ides how one would do that apologies I was only letting you know dtigue had left the room as you appeared to have missed his parting celso22:14
anton_ehask the question again would be my suggestion22:14
celsoahhh ok! lool  now i understand! thanks for the help :D22:14
anton_ehnp yw22:15
RileyGuyanton_eh: can i get some help with setting the sun java path?22:15
centurioncan someone help me with sound? For some reason I don't have sound at all22:15
celsoi think i will ask on the ubuntu dev page22:15
RileyGuyunmute it centurion22:15
celsoPeople,  i need something that installthe updates available until last week. but i dont want to install the ones after that. i need this to detect a regression.22:15
centurioneverything seems correct in sound settings RileyGuy22:15
centurioni even did the pulseaudio command22:16
RileyGuycenturion: can you help me with setting the sun java path perhaps?22:16
centurionIf I knew, I would help you. Sorry :(22:17
RileyGuyits k22:17
RileyGuyanton_eh: can i get some help with setting the sun java path?22:17
iamnotacathi, I want to setup a proxy that modifies a certain web page.  So when I visit certainwebpage.com my browser goes to proxy, proxy fetches real web page, but before giving it to my browser it modifies it (for example with sed s/dog/cat/).  How can I do this?22:17
anton_ehI cannot unfortunatley I am only a rammbler on the unsrmountable mountain that linux is to me RileyGuy22:18
RileyGuywilee: Can you help me set the sun java path?22:19
centurioncheck the screenshot RileyGuy22:19
RileyGuycenturion: Idk how to check it22:19
centurionjust see your PM22:20
RileyGuycenturion: idk how to get to my pms22:20
spexiHi! I tried to create a partition to a new disk with fdisk, and after that the command "mkfs -t ext4 /dev/sdb", but after that the command fdisk -l says "Disk /dev/sdb doesn't contain a valid partition table"22:20
spexiWhy is that?22:20
centurionAre you using xChat or a web client?22:21
spexiI just want it to be ext4 and after that I could edit fstab to mount it as /home22:21
RileyGuyim using an online irc22:21
centurioncan someone assist me with the sound issue (sorry for spam)22:22
RileyGuywilee: Can you help me set the sun java path?22:23
iamnotacatpreferably not squid22:23
RileyGuyiamnotacat: are you part of the sky army?22:23
iamnotacatRileyGuy: no?22:24
iamnotacatRileyGuy: what is that?22:24
RileyGuyiamnotacat: skydoesminecraft on youtube22:24
beliveyourdreamanyone knows an im client that can see a yahoo contact's webcam22:24
RileyGuyCan someone help me with setting the sun java path22:24
iamnotacatwtf is this.22:24
Hydrox24I'm having ongoing issues with connecting to a windows share, are there any ways to fix that?22:24
Hydrox24Smbtree doesn't show the share, it shows the host name but just errors after that.22:25
genii-aroundRileyGuy: I do not usually suggest PPAs but I think you should probably just see http://www.webupd8.org/2012/01/install-oracle-java-jdk-7-in-ubuntu-via.html in this case. Manual install is a pain and you have to mess with moving the download into /usr/lib/jvm then tinkering with update-alternatives and so on. I'd recommend just carefully following the instructions on the web site given.22:26
centurionmy sound config22:29
am_\join #ubuntu-de22:29
RileyGuygenii-around: Thanks, will this set the java path for me?22:31
genii-aroundRileyGuy: As well as installing it, yes22:31
RileyGuygenii-around: Thanks22:31
RileyGuygenii-around: Wooo22:31
stunts513i was compiling a test kernel for ubuntu 10.04 lts that was version 2.6.29, and i doubled checked the input modules that are bieng compiled, but when i boot up my ps/2 keyboard wont work, lights wont even turn on, and my usb mouse turns on but doesnt function, any ideas?22:32
RileyGuygenii-around: It's not working with minecraft22:33
RileyGuygenii-around: It's not working, minecraft crashed22:35
genii-aroundRileyGuy: What says result of: ls -l /etc/alternatives/java22:35
RileyGuygenii-around: I already have java from java.com but i wanna set the path22:35
SonikkuAmericastunts513: I might advise you that the !EOL for 10.04 is coming up22:36
gottwisstwrong channel22:36
FloodBot1gottwisst: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.22:36
stunts513yea i know its depressing, i prefer the old gnome over unity22:36
SonikkuAmericastunts513: Why not upgrade to 12.04 and use MATE?22:36
stunts513im on an old 2003 pc with a pentium 4 at 2.6GHz22:37
stunts513the newer versions of ubuntu gave me problems when booting form live cd's22:37
SonikkuAmericastunts513: A P4 does not run at 2.6 GHz. I used to have one.22:37
stunts513mine does22:37
SonikkuAmericastunts513: Such as?22:37
gottwisstI like Unity's look... and it is definitely ambitious and innovative in its aim22:37
gottwisstbut it is horribly rigid22:37
SonikkuAmericastunts513: Usually a P4 runs at 1.6 GHz22:38
stunts513if i remeber i think unity had problems initializing or something, wouldnt load the interface up all the way22:38
RileyGuySonikkuAmerica: I have java from java.com installed but I wanna set the path, think you could help me?22:38
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SonikkuAmericaRileyGuy: I might be (despite the fact I use OpenJDK instead)22:38
SonikkuAmerica*able to22:38
RileyGuySonikkuAmerica: Cool22:38
stunts513yea my penitum 4 was an upgrade, i wanted a 2.8GHz penitum4 but my fsb limited me to using the 2.6 GHz ones22:39
RileyGuySonikkuAmerica: I need sun java becuase openjdk6 makes the sound on minecraft lag more and more every time I open it22:39
bjorkintoshis there a reason my system will fail to boot completely after running the latest updates?22:39
anton_ehsonikkuAmerica how would I install MATE on 12.04?22:39
SonikkuAmericaRileyGuy: OK...22:39
bjorkintoshit is telling me the harddisk is not a boot device.22:39
genii-aroundRileyGuy: After using that particular PPA, the result of:  printenv | grep java should show: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5699976/   ( or very similar ) . eg:  it sets the java paths properly. You may need a logoff-login cycle to make it active22:40
SonikkuAmericaanton_eh: http://wiki.mate-desktop.org/download and scroll down to "Ubuntu."22:40
RileyGuygenii-around: No, no I want to set the path of the java I already have installed from java.com22:40
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stunts513so anybody have any ideas bout my kernel problems? this kernel is just a test for deploying a kernel on another machien and i dont want the same problem on it22:41
wilee-nileestunts513, kernel's not in release are not supported.22:42
RileyGuywilee-nilee: Can YOU help me set the path of java from java.com22:42
stunts513so i need to use another channel for this...22:42
RileyGuySonikkuAmerica: So what do I do to set the path?22:43
R3X-Ericsudo apt-get install ???? = the zlib library22:44
R3X-Erici need it to compile eggdrop22:44
trismR3X-Eric: zlib1g-dev22:44
FLNhows it going22:48
SonikkuAmericaOne sec...22:48
CorySimmonsWhat is the cleanest way to install Vbox Guest Additions to Ubuntu?22:53
CorySimmonsI found this and it seems legit, but I'm not sure if I need all that (I'm just trying to share a folder) http://en.ig.ma/notebook/2012/virtualbox-guest-additions-on-ubuntu-server22:53
HokieTuxAnyone here using 13.04 beta? I just did an upgrade, and now video configuration is hosed. Has anyone else experienced this, by chance?22:54
SonikkuAmericaI have Lubuntu Raring Beat 222:56
Tecani setup sane and my scanner is all buggered22:57
genii-around!13.04 | HokieTux22:57
ubottuHokieTux: Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail) will be the 18th release of Ubuntu, Discussion and support until final release in #ubuntu+122:57
Tecanits all setup right from what i see so theres something else wrong with sane in 12.10 ubu22:58
avickeryI tried doing a sudo apt-get update and am getting W: Failed to Fetch errors23:01
bray90820Anyone here know how to hide a menu option in burg23:01
bray90820burg the alternative to grub23:01
SonikkuAmericaavickery: Can you !pastebin your [ sudo apt-get update ]?23:01
wilee-nileeavickery, Run it again and pastebin all the text including the command23:01
SonikkuAmerica^ Yeah, that.23:02
wilee-nileemissed while typing, doh23:02
wilee-nileebray90820, what option?23:02
CorySimmonsHow can I copy/paste in Ubuntu Server???23:03
ubottuFor 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.23:03
bray90820wilee-nilee: well i wanted to hide like the recovery console and stuff so i just had the operating systems show up23:03
s0m3f00lHello, is anyone else having issues with Flash video's in chrome? It appears that the new version include flash 11.7 and its extrememly laggy. I had to disable and use 11.2... Is anyone having any similar issues?23:04
anton_ehuse the keyboard CorySimmons23:05
wilee-nileebray90820, Are you sure, what if you need it, I hide the memory-test with sudo chmod -x /etc/grub.d/20_memtest86+   You can always bring them back by running the first command again with +x instead of the -x, and running update-grub again23:05
SonikkuAmericaavickery: Let's start with [ sudo apt-get clean ; sudo apt-get update ]23:06
wilee-nileeCorySimmons, check the bots paste info for pastebinit23:06
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bray90820wilee-nilee: well i was thinking of commenting them out or something so i could easily bring them back23:06
CorySimmonswilee-nilee: Wasn't asking about pastebin23:06
SonikkuAmericas0m3f00l: Possibly a graphics issue, what's your graphics card?23:07
CorySimmonsWas asking how to do copy/paste in UBuntu Server command line23:07
CorySimmonsLike Ubuntu Server 12.04, not #ubuntu ;)23:07
CorySimmonsOn Freenode Server :D23:07
SonikkuAmericaCorySimmons: Install pastebinit and use that...?23:07
CorySimmonsSeems like copy/paste is screwy (non-existant) in Ubuntu Server though... :\23:07
CorySimmonsSonikkuAmerica: How does it work?23:08
avickeryIt didn't appear to.23:08
SonikkuAmerica!pastebinit | CorySimmons, here you go23:09
ubottuCorySimmons, here you go: 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.com23:09
wilee-nileebray90820, If you comment it out, know how to add it back is correct not sure in burg which is basically grub with different look so a grub comment out works fine, not sure of the recovery though.23:09
CorySimmonsSonikkuAmerica: Thanks. I'm looking it  up, but tbh, I'm trying to copy from host machine and paste to Ubuntu.23:09
SonikkuAmericaCorySimmons: Oh...23:10
s0m3f00lSonikkuAmerica I am on a netbook NB505 w/ Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 315023:10
SonikkuAmericaEMPHASIS_: You have passed the test with an A.23:10
bray90820wilee-nilee: i wasn't talking about recovery specifically i just want to know how to any entry23:10
SonikkuAmericas0m3f00l: An Intel GMA315023:10
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EMPHASIS_I may have a virus on my ubuntu? It may be tracking my keystrokes.  Please advise good/best virus scan for ubuntu/linux.23:11
SonikkuAmerica!poll | EMPHASIS_23:12
ubottuEMPHASIS_: 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.23:12
wilee-nileebray90820, Well I gave you the mem test comment out that gets you started. ;)23:12
s0m3f00lSonikkuAmerica sorry tried to use system profiler didn't help23:12
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SonikkuAmericaEMPHASIS_: How would you know Ubuntu has a virus>23:12
bray90820wilee-nilee: i must have missed something can you give it to me again23:12
avickerySonik did you see my 2nd paste link?23:12
wilee-nileebray90820, I use the latest grub releases on all my setups so the recovery is hidden to some extent.23:12
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wilee-nileebray90820, Are you sure, what if you need it, I hide the memory-test with sudo chmod -x /etc/grub.d/20_memtest86+   You can always bring them back by running the first command again with +x instead of the -x, and running update-grub again23:13
SonikkuAmericaavickery: I don't think so.23:13
akasoldatswhy hide them?23:13
EMPHASIS_SonikkuAmerica: logging into justhost.com asked me for front & back scans of my credit card.  Site looked legit.23:13
bray90820i was thinking there was a way to hide it with a # or something23:13
SonikkuAmericaEMPHASIS_: You're right, that's not a good idea.23:14
wilee-nileeakasoldats, I hide the memtest I could run it from alive cd if needed, cleaner grub is all.23:16
wilee-nileealso I generally have many OS's23:16
wilee-nileebray90820, here is one grub manual enjoy. ;) https://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/grub.html23:18
SonikkuAmericaavickery: First, run [ sudo -i ]. Then this: [ apt-get clean && cd /var/lib/apt && mv lists lists.old && mkdir -p lists/partial && apt-get clean && apt-get update && exit ]23:19
bray90820wilee-nilee: thank you23:19