MalsasaHello, how to set NO_CHROME_KDE_FILE_DIALOG=1 variable in Ubuntu? I have done export "NO_CHROME_KDE_FILE_DIALOG" in bash but after restarting 2 times, Chromium is still use Kdialog. I am using KDE
wxlwow was having a good old time in kubuntu and it's like x died and now ever since everything's runing super slow any time i switch windows. kwin is going off the hook. any ideas?01:02
wxli should add it's cpu usage that's going nuts01:05
Whiskey`Wonkaok so this was fun01:47
Whiskey`Wonkainstall 12.10, first boot fails, can not mount /, can not mount /boot, can not mount /tmp01:47
Whiskey`Wonkareboot, skip, skip, skip, login with standard user, ok /dev is hardly populated, no sda entires at all01:48
Whiskey`Wonkaso, how do we edit /boot to fix what ever is wrong with the dang settings?01:49
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yahyaawould anyone know how to install archive manager in the konsole?02:55
alesanI have a brand new laptop, I am just waiting for kubuntu to come out so I install it only once03:10
alesanwhen is the day?03:10
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DarthFrogalesan: Kubuntu 12.10 is the current version.  It was released last October.03:41
DarthFrog!release | alesan03:42
ubottualesan: Ubuntu releases a new version every 6 months. Each version is supported for 18 months to 5 years. More info at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases & http://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases03:42
DarthFrogOr https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RaringRingtail/ReleaseSchedule  which will tell you that April 25th is the next day of supreme joy and dancing in the streets.03:43
DarthFrogHowever, it is easy to upgrade an installation of Kubuntu from one version to the next, in place and without re-installing.03:44
alesanone more week03:47
c2tarunI shared a folder and it has many folder and files inside it. Some has read access to 'others' but many dont have. How can I give this access to all files and folders?04:17
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ubottunetsplit is when two IRC servers of the same network (like freenode) disconnect from each other, so users on one server stop seeing users on the other. If this is happening now, just relax and enjoy the show. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netsplit05:25
c2tarunI am using KDE 4.10, does using too much animation or desktop effects will slow down or heat up my laptop?06:18
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totalanonymhi guys i need your help .... im trying to connect from putty on my windows machine to ubuntu 12.04 on my notebook ... so i want to do it via IPV6 but everytime i try it says connection timed out:08:39
totalanonymcommand is like  ssh -6 username@IPv6Adress%eth008:40
totalanonymwhat am i doing wrong ?08:40
totalanonymi have searched for a howto in the www but ive found nothing bout it so i hope u can help me :)08:40
valorieI think a sysadmin channel would be more suitable, but 2 questions: does your ISP support IPv6? and 2. does the IPv6 link work for sure?08:41
valoriethere is an IPv6 test out there08:41
ubottuFor an introduction to IPv6 and information on tunneling IPv6 through IPv4 connections, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IPv6 | To disable IPv6 see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WebBrowsingSlowIPv6IPv408:41
totalanonymokay ive tested it and it says IPv6 is not available -.-  does that mean that my ISP probably doesnt support it ?08:43
tsimpsonwhat should really matter, for a LAN connection, is does your router support IPv608:45
tsimpsonmany modern routers still don't support IPv6, especially if they are routers supplied by ISPs08:46
totalanonymyeah @ this moment i was thinking about exactly that .... well im sitting here at a friends house so i was not thinking about that08:46
totalanonymill check it , hang on08:46
totalanonymtsimpson :  yep ure totally right about that, this stupid router does not support it @ all ... ok problem is solved08:47
totalanonymthank u very much guys08:47
totalanonymhave a nice day08:47
tsimpsonyou too :)08:48
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ronaldshappy 420 kubuntu people11:16
smartboyhwronalds, :)11:17
ronalds12.04 goes well on my classmates desktop, and maybe when I will buy outter hd, I will reinstall to newest kubuntu11:17
kitzuneI'm actually quite excited for raring.11:18
kitzuneRunning a daily build, for now.11:18
smartboyhwkitzune, you don't necessaraily need to reinstall when 13.04 is officially released11:19
Kalidarnyeah im using the latest 13.04 daily11:19
Kalidarnits frozen so it wont be much different to 13.04 final11:19
kitzuneOh? I didn't know that.11:19
Kalidarnapt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade == exactly the same release as final 13.04 media11:19
Kalidarnyeah 13.04 is due out like next week final11:20
kitzuneYeah, 5 days.11:20
Kalidarnso yeah installing quantal at this point would be a bit pointless11:20
Kalidarnand for UEFI systems you're probably going to have more luck with 13.04 :D11:21
Kalidarnkubuntu 13.04 has secureboot apparently.11:21
kitzuneThat's the one I'm using now.11:21
ronaldsuefi is shit11:21
kitzuneNot UEFI but secureboot11:22
ronaldsboth as well11:22
kitzuneWhy is that?11:22
Kalidarnwhy is it "shit" lol.11:22
ronaldscause it's already chip in your head american11:23
ronaldsoh well11:23
Kalidarndo you even know what secure boot does?11:23
ronaldsany ubuntu cd you put in that box will be spit out, with no result,,11:24
ronaldsatleast that what happened with win 8 preloaded laptop11:24
Kalidarnyeah you need to go into the BIOS configuration11:24
Kalidarndisable secureboot, then install OS11:24
Kalidarnthen i believe you enable it and install shim11:24
ronaldsbut then hard drive fails11:24
ronaldsto load11:24
ronaldsand thats how fucked up those are11:25
Kalidarnit shouldn't on an x86 system11:25
ronaldsit does really11:25
Tm_Tronalds: language please11:25
Kalidarnalthough the only problem with UEFI and secure bot is crappy implementations of it11:25
Kalidarnso if you've got a decent motherboard you shouldn't have any issues11:25
Kalidarnand unfortunately the exact instruction varies between manufacturer11:25
Kalidarni haven't yet figured out how to instal ubuntu's KEK11:26
ronaldsit's  i7 win8 laptop, and that what happens when you use some releases of ubuntu, they just don't boot, 12.04.2 , kde also.. probably they integrated win8 as only OS you can put on it11:26
Kalidarnyeah i wouldn't use 12.04.211:27
Kalidarnits probably too old for your hardware if you have a newish laptop11:27
Kalidarnunless your machine is ages old using the latest is best.11:27
ronaldsbut software on 12.10 still isn't as stable11:27
Kalidarnit is.11:27
Kalidarnand infact a lot of the time newer releases have things fixed11:28
ronaldskile? matlab?11:28
Kalidarnwhat's wrong with those?11:28
Kalidarni use all 3 on quantal, and now on raring.11:28
Kalidarnraring now has libreoffice 4.011:28
Kalidarnor you can use the libreoffice ppa and install 4.0.2 or whatever it is on any of the versions of buntu11:28
Kalidarnmatlab also works on all those releases.11:29
ronaldsand that's whats wrong with it, you cannot take of links of a lot of text by not choosing by one11:29
ronaldsatleast that was any 12.10 release I tried openoffice on11:29
Kalidarnwhat is that supposed to mean?11:29
Kalidarnyou haven't mentioned any specific bugs11:30
Kalidarnand if you refuse to update your software you can't bitch it has problems11:30
ronaldsLTS is always more stable on any buntu release11:30
Kalidarnyou know developers do actually spend time fixing these things11:30
Kalidarnronalds: not always11:30
Kalidarnnot if your hardware came out after the LTS release11:30
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BluesKajHowdy all12:24
MySystemhello if i make in dolphin a smb share where is this share and settings stored (searched in /etc/samba/smb.conf and /usr/share/samba/smb.conf but didnt find my shares)12:25
reddyhow do I open babe.porn file?12:36
smartboyhwreddy, !?12:37
* smartboyhw has never heard of such an horrible file extension.12:37
Kalidarnwell there is http://filext.com/file-extension/GAY12:38
Tm_Tkids, please stick in the channel topic12:38
smartboyhwKalidarn, .... But this is even more terrible.12:38
smartboyhwTm_T, we know:P12:38
smartboyhwreddy, sorry we seriously don't know the answer.12:38
Kalidarnsmartboyhw: i know, i didn't expect to find anything but i found it when googling for .porn12:38
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Tm_Tthis isn't channel where you spout things "just for giggles" (;12:39
smartboyhwTm_T, not our fault.12:40
Tm_Tnot pointing fingers, just reminding (:12:40
smartboyhwTm_T, :)12:41
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BluesKajHey again12:58
MySystemhi blueskaj13:01
BluesKajhi MySystem13:01
MySystemsecond post: if i make in dolphin a smb share where is this share and settings stored (searched in /etc/samba/smb.conf and /usr/share/samba/smb.conf but didnt find my shares)13:01
MySystemsadly google outputs very much stuff how to create shares but not where the settings for the shares made by gui are saved to13:04
davhi i need help for 113:06
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Guest64582hi i need help about 13.04 beta13:06
BluesKajsmb shares should be in dolphin if you used the "add network folder " option , MySystem13:06
BluesKajdolphin network that is13:06
BluesKajGuest64582, ask in #ubuntu+113:07
MySystemok i think my discription was bad i search the kubuntu smb.conf file where all the shares are listet with the options for each share like path= comment= browseable= and so13:09
MySystemwhich is sadly not  /etc/samba/smb.conf it is set like default without my manual shares13:11
MySystemfor information kubuntu 12.1013:12
reddysorry, that was a pun13:15
BluesKajMySystem, sorry i don't understand what you're trying to do with the smb shares , can you see the shares you creted in dolphin places ?13:26
ubottuOfficial channel logs can be found at http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/ . LoCo channels are now logged there too.13:39
MySystemyes the shares works fine and in gui i can manage all my shares but i want to test and learn with the results from gui how they look like in conf file13:40
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BluesKajMySystem, ok , that's not something I fool around with13:56
MySystemok thx elseway blueskaj i try reading more and learn it that way13:57
ggfefhi, does anyone know how to get the old kde desktop14:05
ggfefnot the new plasma one14:05
smartboyhwggfef, why do you not want the old one?14:06
ggfefsmartboyhw, I WANT the old one14:06
smartboyhwggfef, :(14:06
smartboyhwUm download it from download.kde.org?14:07
smartboyhwThere's still the 3.5.1014:07
ggfefsmartboyhw, Yes, but I want the ols desktop look, but with the latest version of it14:07
ggfefsmartboyhw, 4.214:07
smartboyhwggfef, 4.2 alright14:07
smartboyhwggfef, one method: You can install the 9.04 ISO in http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/kubuntu/jaunty/ That includes 4.214:10
smartboyhwBut I don't recommend you to install14:10
smartboyhwSince it is unsupported anymore,14:10
ggfefsmartboyhw, will all the screen widgets that I have work with 4.214:10
smartboyhwggfef, look at above ^14:11
ggfefBut it's outdated14:12
smartboyhwggfef, come on.14:12
smartboyhwThe 4.2 itself is EOLed.14:12
ggfefCan't I get the 4.2 theme on 4.1114:13
smartboyhwggfef, I don't think so.14:13
Tm_Twhy you're talking about 4.2 if plasma is not wanted? (:14:14
ggfef4.2 has plasma!?14:15
Tm_Tthere's KDE3-continuation as trinity desktop, see http://www.trinitydesktop.org/14:15
Tm_Tggfef: yes14:15
Tm_Tggfef: KDE 4 is all plasma14:15
* smartboyhw seriously doesn't think that plasma is REALLY that bad14:15
Tm_Tsmartboyhw: it isn't (:14:15
ggfefOh, then how do I get the old theme, like in this picture http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1b/KDE_4-1_desktop.png/300px-KDE_4-1_desktop.png14:16
hggdhany known issues with KDE and X? Mine is locking up on display, but I can still SSH in. Logs show errors on nouveau14:19
hggdhThis is, I forgot to state, on 13.04 current14:19
santiagoin my case often the screen turns black, and you only get to see where a window redraws, easily fixed moving the mouse to the top left corner to force a fullscreen redraw14:21
santiagostill, it's quite annoying14:22
smartboyhwggfef, hello?14:25
smartboyhw!patience | ggfef14:25
ubottuggfef: 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/14:25
Tm_Thggdh: I recommend asking in #ubuntu+114:33
Tm_Tggfef: you want that black plasma theme?14:33
ggfefTm_T: Yes14:34
hggdhTm_T: yeah, just went there14:34
Tm_Tggfef: that's desktop theme called "oxygen"14:39
Tm_Tggfef: is in the package called "kde-runtime-data"14:40
ggfefTm_T: I tried the oxygen theme14:42
ggfefTm_T: It's the same, but the color's different14:43
Tm_Twhat colour is different?14:43
ggfefTm_T: Instead of the white taskbar, the taskbar is black, but the shape is the same14:44
Tm_Tggfef: I'm not following, could you describe what you want and what is missing more?14:45
ggfefTm_T: In the picture I gave you, the taskbar is bigger, it doesn't have that 'powdery' texture14:47
ggfefTm_T: the 'open windows' tiles look different14:47
Tm_Ttaskbar, or more precisely, panel size is adjustable and doesn't come with the theme14:47
ggfefTm_T: It looks different14:49
Tm_Thmm, yes, it has evolved a bit14:49
ggfefTm_T: The thing I don't like the most is the "powdery" texture14:50
lordievaderGood afternoon14:50
Tm_Tggfef: hmm, don't know about that, sorry14:51
Tm_TI keep my own desktop rather simple and flat (and I don't have panels visible anyway)14:51
ggfefTm_T: Ohh, I just found it. The pannel is semi-transparent. Only the desktop background was powdery14:52
Tm_Tggfef: good, so you found what you wanted then?14:53
ggfefa bit14:53
ggfefit still looks different, but it's ok14:53
Matteo99Hello =) i nave a big problem.... I have to install Kubuntu 12.04 LTS with my DVD but it requires a pae cpu....!? But 12.04 is non-pae.... What i do? Please help me... Thanks a lot15:16
smartboyhwMatteo99, it is PAEed.....15:18
smartboyhwWhat do you mean?15:18
smartboyhw!pae | Matteo9915:19
ubottuMatteo99: To use more than ~3.2GB RAM on a 32bit system you can install the PAE-enabled kernel. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EnablingPAE for more info15:19
Matteo99smartboyhw, nope, i nel15:20
Matteo99I need to install15:20
smartboyhwMatteo99, sure15:20
Matteo99Kubuntu 12.04 on a non-pae pc15:20
smartboyhwMatteo99, it is OK15:21
smartboyhwOnly 12.10 isn't.15:21
Matteo99And then what i do for install Kubuntu 12.04 with a non-pae pc, smartboyhw ?15:23
smartboyhwMatteo99, download the ISO, burn it to a disc or USB, and boot it to install!15:23
Matteo99Yes, but i have those DVD but i doesn't install because it needs a pae cpu...15:25
Matteo99Stupid iPad15:25
smartboyhwMatteo99, 12.04 DOESN'T need -pae.15:25
smartboyhwAs I said, only 12.10 or above does.15:26
Matteo99wait... A second....15:27
OerHekssmartboyhw, 12.04 iis also with PAE, Matteo99, one way to avoid PAE, is installing Lubuntu (withoutPAE)  and put kubuntu-desktop on it after that.15:27
Matteo99Oh, ok15:28
OerHeksor an other way is this special ubuntu iso > http://people.canonical.com/~diwic/12.04-nonpae/15:28
smartboyhwOerHeks, er?15:29
* smartboyhw just replied a PAE message some hours ago about this and it worked.15:29
smartboyhwUbuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise)15:29
smartboyhwBoth the CD and DVD installer of Ubuntu automatically installs the PAE enabled kernel if it detects more than 3 Gb of available memory. In the case of the liveCD, a working network connection is required, since the PAE enabled kernel packages are not present on the CD.15:30
smartboyhwOerHeks, are you sure?15:30
OerHeksodd, i had the same issue with pentiumM, 12.04 iso won't boot ...15:30
smartboyhwMatteo99, wait are you having an i386 ISO or an amd64 ISO?15:31
OerHeksPAE is i386 only15:31
Matteo99I HAVE A KUBUNTU 12.04 i386 DVD15:33
Matteo99I need to install lubuntu for have KDE15:34
WalexMatteo99: Kubuntu DVD will have nearly the full KDE on it15:34
smartboyhwThe problem is that he seems can't install the DVD since he doesn't have PAE while the disc should have15:35
Matteo99What i do for boot the DVD with non-pae?15:37
smartboyhwDamn that page is weird15:37
ubottuTo use more than ~3.2GB RAM on a 32bit system you can install the PAE-enabled kernel. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EnablingPAE for more info15:37
smartboyhwMatteo99, how much RAM do you have on your computer?15:39
Matteo99Aaaaaaaarrrrgghhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I NEED TO DISABLE PAE ON MY DVD WHEN BOOTING15:39
smartboyhwMatteo99, calm down a bit15:39
Matteo99Ahahahah XD15:39
smartboyhwMatteo99, ?15:40
Matteo99I repeat all with more calm15:40
smartboyhwMatteo99, how much RAM do you have?15:40
smartboyhwI understand your question.15:40
Matteo991.5 gb15:40
smartboyhwPlease, stay calm.15:40
smartboyhwMathnerd626, eh.....15:40
Matteo99After this, i need to install Windows?15:43
smartboyhwMatteo99, grrr.15:44
smartboyhw!patience | MadAGu15:44
ubottuMadAGu: 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/15:44
smartboyhwMatteo99: ^15:44
* smartboyhw hates tab errors15:44
Matteo99Are you ok? We're going to become crazy...15:47
Matteo99Well, this problem's going to become irresolvable15:48
Matteo99smartboyhw, Ooookkkkkk...... I install OpenSUSE?15:50
smartboyhwMatteo99, be patient please....15:51
Matteo99smartboyhw, ok15:52
smartboyhwshadeslayer, can you help a bit?^15:55
shadeslayercould you describe the problem in one line? I don't have the time to go through the logs at the moment15:55
smartboyhwshadeslayer, he can't install 12.04 DVD in a non-pae processor15:56
smartboyhwBut aren't DVDs with the non-pae kernels?15:56
shadeslayerI think everything is non-pae now15:56
shadeslayerand there a special builds for pae15:56
shadeslayernot sure, looking it up in my email logs15:56
smartboyhwshadeslayer, you mean everything is pae and special builds for non-pae?15:57
shadeslayerno, everything is pae and special builds for non-pae15:57
shadeslayeroh wait15:57
shadeslayersmartboyhw: you're right15:57
smartboyhwshadeslayer, that's Q15:58
smartboyhwNot P15:58
shadeslayera whole article on booting non-pae systems http://www.webupd8.org/2012/11/how-to-install-ubuntu-1210-on-non-pae.html15:58
smartboyhwshadeslayer, it's 12.04 (DVD)15:58
smartboyhwNot 12.10...15:58
shadeslayerthen non-pae should work15:58
shadeslayernot sure why it wouldn't work on 12.0415:58
smartboyhwshadeslayer, I think i got the reason:15:59
smartboyhwThat help I posted is lying15:59
Matteo99If i install Fedora with KDE?15:59
smartboyhwThe Kubuntu (and indeed Ubuntu) images only comes with -pae16:00
* smartboyhw should find the maintainer of that page to discuss.16:00
shadeslayerMatteo99: The attitude isn't helping16:00
OerHeksSo Lubuntu or that special ubuntu non-pae image is the only way to install and add  kubuntu-desktop16:01
smartboyhwshadeslayer, I agree16:01
* smartboyhw really needs to question why the ubuntu-devs have done something they aren't supposed to do16:01
shadeslayerI have no idea how PAE is setup on 12.04, you'll have to ask in #ubuntu-kernel I'm afraid16:01
shadeslayerthough from what I'm reading non-pae systems should just work16:02
smartboyhwshadeslayer, me too16:02
shadeslayerbut seriously, I'm the wrong person to talk to about this :)16:02
smartboyhwshadeslayer, the problem is that the images come default with -pae.16:02
smartboyhwwhich they shouldn't16:02
shadeslayeruh, I think the wiki says that the installer detects if the RAM > 3 GB and then installs a PAE kernel16:03
shadeslayerit's not used at boot time16:03
shadeslayersmartboyhw: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EnablingPAE16:03
smartboyhwshadeslayer, which is weird. He has only 1.516:04
OerHeksThe CPU needs to be PAE capable, nothing to do with the size of memory, iirc16:05
smartboyhwOerHeks, the problem is that it shouldn't need to, IIRC.16:06
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doyleHey. I'm using a wireless logitech kbrd, and the arrow keys insert letters in vi. Can I get a hand with this?16:19
doyleseriously? vim-tiny?16:22
doyleeveryone involved needs to be forced to use windows vista for a week.16:23
smartboyhwdoyle: Why?16:24
* smartboyhw used Windows Vista before and it's essentially more crap than Windows 8.16:25
doylesmartboyhw: vim-tiny presents the kind of frustration that shouldn't exist in linux, especailly when the full version is tiny to begin with.16:31
doyleThere are many pages of forums filled up with people looking to overcome the obsticles presented when attempting to use VI in ubuntu, and finally finding that they're using vim-tiny instead.16:31
BluesKajdoyle, what about regular vim ?16:34
* smartboyhw only uses nano and gedit16:35
doyleI've never tried nano, but I see a lot of people using it. There's a new kid at work who uses it. I just need to make the effort.16:36
doyleI'm used to vi, and it's on every sever grade linux distro by default16:37
BluesKajnano has always worked here , doyle , but my use is usually for simple text /bash files16:42
alainusCan I reconfigure my keyboard but see a map of the layouts for each model so I can choose the correct one?16:51
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blank_i'm a little new. this system was setup with the system being encrypted. is there a way to change that password for booting kubuntu?18:07
Obsidian1723the grub password or what exactly do you mean?18:10
blank_um you can encrypt the system, the user accounts , or both. the system is encrypted. that password needs to be changed before selling this old desktop. (getting a laptop dedicated to kubuntu)18:12
blank_how do i change it?18:12
blank_the firmware is not password protected.18:13
blank_the secure-delete package has been installed and existing user accounts srm'ed. this account (blank) has administration ability and was added to replace the original account which also has been srm'ed18:15
blank_owner does not want computer sold with any of owner's passwords on it18:15
blank_it's either change them or wipe and reinstall18:16
blank_i was hoping i could just change them (to save time)18:16
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bassohow can i play a movie from a network share in vlc?18:24
DarthFrogIf said share is mounted in your file system, play it as you would any file.18:25
bassoso i have to mount the remote share with like.. sshfs?18:27
DarthFrogHowever you mount it, it needs to be part of your file system.18:28
bassoI persume gnome mounts it localy, and kde does some strange wizardy with kio?18:29
DarthFrogNothing strange about KIO slave wizardry.  Rather convenient, actually.18:31
bassobut it does stop me from watching videos remotly with vlc :)18:31
DarthFrogHow so?   vlc also accepts various URLs for remote play.  "man vlc" for details.18:33
DarthFrogbasso: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5725266/18:34
Kalidarnto boot grub menu you hold down shift don't you18:35
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ed34546hi, somebody please help me, I have intel centrino wireless n 130 BGN its advertised wifi + bluetooth adapter, now wifi but bluetooth doesnt not even get detected in the system? what  to do?18:50
ed34546wifi works but bt doesnt18:50
NanoHow I can turn my computer into a multiseat with kubuntu?18:52
awayNano, dualboot?19:04
awayoh, nvm19:04
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NanoHow I can turn my Kubuntu into a multiseat?19:20
DarthFrogWhat do you mean by multiseat?19:21
NanoDarthFrog: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiseat_configuration19:22
DarthFrogHmm, never done that.  But one of the monitors is showing Debian.19:24
DarthFrogNano: http://www.linuxtoys.org/multiubuntu/multiubuntu.html19:28
NanoI found this too but It's too old, It uses xorg19:29
DarthFrogSo will you.19:29
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NanoDarthFrog: I don't know why the GNU/Linux world work to improve multiseats..20:41
Chetanyone know when the RC is going to be released?20:46
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okmanekhalo halo21:42
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kitzuneAnyone know how to get files to show up in a mounted folder for an ISO file?22:12
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smsmhi all22:51
smsmi have prob in    ark22:51
smsmit can't extract the files22:52
smsmand the skype  don't install22:53
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=== lahwran- is now known as lahwran

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