JainAmberI'm using Xubuntu 12.04.2. The bluetooth applet running in tray always shows bluetooth as "on". This is a laptop and so I'll like the laptop to boot with bluetooth turned off (to save battery).00:49
JainAmberIs there some way to make the system boot with bluetooth turned off?00:49
ruienJainAmber: i'm not particularly familiar with bluetooth on a laptop, but if I were in your position, I would probably (1) find a way to enable and disable bluetooth from the command line, (2) make that command run at boot, maybe in /etc/rc.local if i had to00:51
JainAmberruien, yea, there's a similar way suggested at http://askubuntu.com/questions/67758/how-can-i-deactivate-bluetooth-on-system-startup Thanks! :)00:57
ruiengood luck00:58
Guest53752Hi im meg01:15
zodiakoh dear.. no family guy jokes please01:15
iHaku Looks like Xubuntu 13.04 might be my default *buntu once again.  Great release!01:16
zodiakyeah.. xubuntu 13.04 is good.. but I have gone back to roxterm instead of the new 0.6.1 terminal01:21
zodiakand yes, those little 'automagic' arrows that pop-up jst piss me right off (sorry!)01:22
iHakuBeen downloading and trying the various new releases since release day.  So far Xubuntu has the best mix between form and function.01:29
iHakuStill haven't managed to get maximizing by double clicking on the title bar to work though.01:34
zodiakiHaku, settings manager -> Window manager -> Advanced ;)01:38
iHakuThat selector in the settings hasn't worked for me in three releases.01:39
zodiakoh.. oh dear :)01:39
zodiakyou could always vim ~/.config/xfce4/xfconf/xfce-perchannel-xml/xfwm4.xml01:40
zodiakchange the double_click_action to maximize01:41
ruieniHaku: i just tried it on 12.04 and it maximize/restores normally for me when I double-click on the titlebar of a window. I don't think i've even changed that setting.01:41
zodiakshould work.. totally untested mind you01:41
iHakuruien My bad, two releases of Xubuntu and one release of another xfce distro.01:44
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iHakuzodiak, it seems to already be set to maximize.01:45
iHakuJust my bad luck, I suppose.01:46
zodiakhhrrmm.. that is .. strange.01:47
zodiakI take it you are (silly question) running xfwm ?01:47
iHakuI'm not too worried about it.01:50
shrimpIs there any way to find a list of changes between the second latest and the latest version of Ubuntu? I have xubuntu 12.04 iirc and was wondering what the new update entails02:13
Unit193http://xubuntu.org/news/13-04-release/ there's that...  There's also one for 12.10 you can read as well.02:14
shrimpShould I update immediately or wait if there are any issues with the update02:16
zodiakis it a server or personal computer ?02:17
shrimpPersonal Computer02:17
Unit193Only issue I had was it didn't pull in the raring kernels, but I was/am using different ones on that anyway.02:17
zodiakpffttt.. upgrade :D02:17
ubottuThere are many ways to back your system up. Here's a few: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DuplicityBackupHowto , https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HomeUserBackup , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MondoMindi - See also !sbackup and !cloning02:17
carreraGreetings!  :)02:18
shrimpAll of the data will still be there, yes?02:18
carreradoes 13.04 desktop support RAID?02:18
carreraGreetings!  :)02:19
carreradoes 13.04 desktop support RAID?02:20
carrerabaizon, does 13.04 desktop support RAID?02:22
zodiakdear gods, carrera, calm down :)02:22
carreraHi zodiak!  :)02:22
carrerawhy do u say that?02:23
zodiakin short, yes, it does. you can use lvm2 (for some raid like functionality) or mdadm02:23
zodiakcause you joined twice and asked 3 times in 20seconds02:23
carreraok, here is the story02:23
carreraThe Nouveau driver crashes with my nVidia M360 but I finally managed to use the nomodeset kernel option to boot live with 13.0402:25
carreraluckily it detected my wireless card. In fact, I'm on xubuntu 13.04 live right now02:26
carreraI tried installing from the Settings Manager but not only it didn't detect the RAID0 that I had created with ubuntu 12.04 server but it wouldn't let me create new RAID either02:27
carreraI even tried the LVM option to no avail02:27
zodiakif you installed 12.04 .. did you use the update-manager ?02:29
carrerasorry about the multiple joins. I connected to the Ubuntu Servers the first time, not my usual FreeNode02:29
carreraso I wasn't sure if I was in the right place or my messages were being posted02:29
carrerazodiak, update-mgr for what?02:30
zodiakto go from 12.04 upto 13.0402:30
carreraoh no, I downloaded the iso02:31
zodiakif you use the update-manager, it should sure as **** detect your raid setup ;)02:31
carrerain fact I downloaded lubuntu alternate too02:31
carreraactually, the update manager only started telling me about 13.04 yesterday02:32
carreraI'm not sure why it took it 3 days?02:32
carreraI clicked on upgrade once, but it complained that it was not possible to go from 12.04 to 13.04!  :(02:33
carrerafurthermore, I presume it would be upgrading to ubuntu 13.04 not xubuntu, right?02:34
ddssssuspend doesn't work in 13.04 ?? why?03:53
holsteinddsss: well, it doesnt work for your machine... but it did work in 12.04? 12.10?.. as for the why, i would think kernel support03:53
ddsssholstein, and hibernation button grayed out..03:54
holsteinddsss: one at a time... did suspend work in 12.04? 12.10?03:54
ddsssholstein, not sure....03:54
ddsssholstein, worked in linux arch.03:55
holsteinddsss: you can use live CD's if you like.. that would be very telling.. from what i read, you could have a hardware issue03:55
holsteinddsss: so, it *did* work.. so the hardware is likely not faulty03:55
holsteinddsss: what would i do? try some live CD's and see what works... try 12.04 and go from there03:56
ddsssholstein, yeah. it worked in Linux arch for sure.03:56
ddsssholstein, i don't get it - and then what? what would be my next step even if I find a distro whre it was working?03:59
holsteinddsss: make a note of the kernel version, or whatever modules you see available, and emulate that setup in whatever distro you are wanting to use.. or just use what is working04:00
holsteinddsss: you could just have hardware that is not well supportable... what do you have?04:00
ddsssholstein, i just ran dmesg - and I get this: " Freezing of tasks failed after 20.01 seconds (2 tasks refusing to freeze, wq_busy=0):"04:01
ddsssand a call trace.04:01
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1080530 in linux (Ubuntu Precise) "v86d prevents suspend from completing" [Medium,Fix released]04:02
holsteinddsss: have you tried 12.04 live? 12.04 is the LTS, and might "just work"04:03
holsteinother than that, you can share what hardware you have.. maybe a volunteer here has the same hardware and knows about how to support the features you are having issues with04:04
ddsssi dunno. stack trace mentions vfs and fuse. IMHO - cifs shares can't be unmounted or something? or sshfs share?04:05
ddsssi'll try to figure it out tomorrow.04:05
ddsssholstein, thanks. too tired now - gotta go to sleep.04:05
ddsssgood nite.04:05
* CybeRebel waves04:09
kRushis the raring wallpaper available in better quality somewhere? or is my display just shite? I can see the gradients as rings04:14
shakirai have acer travel mate c310 laptop which has Intel 915 Express chipset.I get message that it is not supported while booting. cqbln you tell me how to install its drivers?07:24
TheSheepWhat is the message exactly?07:27
shakirathis chipset is not supported07:40
TheSheepthat really says nothing07:42
rusmani want change mimi type default application for at lease 50 file types07:44
rusmanwhere can i find mimi-types config file in xubuntu ?07:44
rusmanTheSheep no07:45
rusmanbad answer07:45
rusmanthere is no mimi-types in this file07:45
rusmanit is empty07:45
TheSheepand they are there07:46
TheSheepthe bidnigs of mime types to applications07:46
ruienyep, they're there for me.07:46
rusmanTheSheep im sorry07:46
TheSheeprusman: cheers07:46
rusmanTheSheep you are right07:47
TheSheeprusman: best copy this file to ~/.local/share/applications and edit that copy07:47
TheSheeprusman: this way it won't be overwritten on upgrade07:47
rusmanTheSheep no07:48
rusmanTheSheep this file very small07:48
rusmanthere is no new associations07:49
rusmanwhen i run Settings > MIMI type editor - i see much more mimi types07:50
TheSheeprusman: you can add new lines to that file07:51
rusmanbut unfortunately, this editor have not group action for changing mimi types07:51
rusmanTheSheep there are 1000 new lines07:52
rusmani just want open mimi types file in text editor and search and replace some entries07:53
TheSheepwell, that's all I know07:53
rusmanis there some others files like /usr/share/applications/defaults.list07:53
rusmanTheSheep ok thanks for you reply07:54
xubuntu534Is it possible to change the computername ?08:12
TheSheepthe hostname? it's in /etc/hostname08:14
xubuntu534Is it not possible to do it in user settings ?08:16
TheSheepno, it's a global system setting08:17
bazhang!hostname > xubuntu53408:17
ubottuxubuntu534, please see my private message08:17
xubuntu534ubottu: Will the computername show up in public networks ?08:21
ubottuxubuntu534: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)08:21
xubuntu047Why is xubuntu chnage my clock in BIOS ?08:52
cfhowlettxubuntu047, are you dual booting?08:52
xubuntu047No but i use english it is not my real language.08:53
cfhowlettxubuntu047, what is your language?08:53
cfhowlettxubuntu047, ok.  join #ubuntu and I'll look for the norwegian channel08:54
xubuntu047Shud i use my own language to make the clock be correct ?08:55
ubottuHvis du vil diskutere på Norsk, vennligst gå til #ubuntu-no. Takk!08:55
ubottuTheSheep,: Wow! You're such a great helper, you deserve a cookie!08:55
TheSheepxubuntu047: no, by default ubuntu stores time in UTC, but you can change it and tell it to store it in your local time zone08:56
xubuntu047Thesheep: will it keep the bios time correct ?08:57
TheSheepxubuntu047: both are correct, just in different time zones08:58
cfhowlettxubuntu047, I don't see how it can hit the bios at all.08:58
TheSheepxubuntu047: you need to edit /etc/default/rcS and change UTC to no08:58
TheSheepxubuntu047: here's detailed instructions: http://www.shivaranjan.com/2009/06/20/how-to-prevent-ubuntu-linux-from-resetting-or-changing-computer%E2%80%99s-bios-or-hardware-clock/08:58
xubuntu047I have a notebook08:58
xubuntu047Another thing is i dont finde skype and vlc in the software center.08:59
TheSheepvlc should be there, not sure what is the status of skype, it used to be in the partner repositories09:00
TheSheepxubuntu047: make sure you enabled the 'universe' sources09:00
ubottuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories.09:00
ruienyou are better off downloading the latest skype client .deb file from skype's website anyway, i think.09:00
xubuntu047For me the sudo things is to complicated.09:01
poisoned_dragonAnyone awake?09:08
cfhowlettpoisoned_dragon, zzzzzz09:08
poisoned_dragonI have a question about the new xubuntu release.09:10
poisoned_dragonI noticed that the raring release doesn't have an alternate or minimal install.09:10
TheSheepther is only one ubuntu minimal, and it's common for all falvors09:11
poisoned_dragonSo, If I download ubunutu minimal 13.04, I can build xubuntu?09:11
poisoned_dragonoops *ubuntu09:11
TheSheeppoisoned_dragon: sure, just install xubuntu-desktop on it09:11
TheSheepinstead of ubuntu-desktop09:12
poisoned_dragonOk... I can live with that.09:12
poisoned_dragonI had to do that once with 12.10 on my netbook. I'm sure I can push through it again.09:12
TheSheepgood luck09:15
poisoned_dragonuh oh09:17
poisoned_dragonubuntu doesn't have a minimal install for 13.0409:18
ubottupoisoned_dragon,: 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/MinimalCD09:18
xubuntu047TheSheep: If i only adjust the time will the BIOS time be correct or is it necesarry to change the UTC to no ?09:19
poisoned_dragonugh, why they no put that in the main releases page. lol09:19
poisoned_dragonthanks, cfhowlett09:20
TheSheepxubuntu047: if you want your bios time to be your local time, then you have to change UTC to no09:20
cfhowlettpoisoned_dragon, no worries, mate09:20
poisoned_dragonit's still neat that I can run the minimal install off of a 128mb sd card. :)09:21
xubuntu047TheCheap: I am not sure i understand meaning with this because it shud show my local time anyway on the desctop and the bios.09:29
poisoned_dragonYou have to have an understanding of timezones.09:31
poisoned_dragonIf your os is set to UTC, then your bios time will be set to the UTC time zone. The os will then show you the correct time based on your location.09:31
poisoned_dragonIf you're dual booting, you should turn utc syncing off, so that the bios time can be set to your local time. This way, windows doesn't get mad.09:32
poisoned_dragonIf you only use linux, there is really no need to turn utc off.09:32
xubuntu047What happens if i travel around ? I dont have dual boot. maybe i have to change the bios clock only once i hope.09:33
poisoned_dragonIf you travel, just set your location in the clock in linux. It'll adjusty accordingly without changing the bios time. the bios time will still be set to utc.09:34
poisoned_dragonUTC is pretty much GMT. But, I digress.09:35
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Rainbhello guys i want to ask if i have partition my disk with 4 logical partitions like root home var swap11:23
Rainbthe rest of bin lib etc tmp users will be created automatically as directories from xubuntu install?11:24
TheSheepyes, in root11:24
TheSheepactually you can just have /home and /11:24
TheSheepand swap11:24
Rainbok thank you so much! so no need to make for eatch one seperate partition...this would be good for a server for more security etc?11:24
Rainbwell i want to make a as much possible good setting install11:25
TheSheepwell, some people like to have /var separately because they keep some data in there11:25
TheSheeplike the www pages or databases11:25
Rainbyes i had make it seperated11:26
Rainbit should not be so big?i mean 1 gb is ok for var?11:26
TheSheepI have no idea, honestly, it depends on what you plan to keep there11:26
TheSheeproot has to have at least 6GB, I think11:26
Rainboh well maybe make a apache server with my linux and dsl connection and upload a joomla site just to play11:26
DarkErajust a quick question, the LTS support, is that 3 years or has it been changed to 5 years too?11:27
Rainbi think 5 years now DarkEra11:27
ubottuLTS means Long Term Support. LTS versions of Xubuntu will be supported for 3 years. The current LTS version is !Precise (Precise Pangolin 12.04)11:27
TheSheep5 years is for ubuntu server11:28
Rainbswap what kind of filesystem would be?ext4?11:28
DarkEraso, xubuntu get's 3 years LTS support and Ubuntu Desktop plus server 5. Ok11:28
knomeRainb, none. swap doesn't have a filesystem11:29
Rainbhmm i had the impression when i tried to make a new partition type of swap inside my extended partition11:29
Rainbthat had the option to choose filesystem too :P11:29
TheSheepyou should choose the 'swap' filesystem11:31
TheSheepif there is a choice11:32
Rainbaha right! maybe it have the option swap filesystem11:34
Rainbok thank you so much all for your delighted and usefull answers11:35
kiyonichguys, could you tell me how do i adjust contrast my xubuntu?12:17
aniruddhahi i am getting message that wrong chipset version during boot xubuntu12:31
aniruddhai have intel m 915 chipset12:37
kiyonichmaybe you must re-install it12:40
GridCubewhat seems to be the problem?12:41
madamHmm the big rebuild time.... Did an update of 12.10 security patches and fixes... refuses to reboot. Hangs at the "starting timidity++ Alsa midi emulation" part.----Recovery menu: (file system state: read only) - I was going to get around the hang, but I am facing an encrypted system on a SSD, that apparently is too full, and then I deleted the GRUB, using a recovery disk - and now I have a 120G SSD, instead of the 60G SSD - I am not sure IF I can move everyt12:44
madamhing onto that...and recover the whole OS and encrypted sections as well as reinstall Windoze 07.... Might just start over. I was really shovelling shit up hill to keep 2 OS's on a 60G SSD, with not a lot more, than the OS's and a few gig of data.12:44
madamKay Serah, Serah.12:45
madamClean house, clean desk.12:45
madamStart Rebuild.12:45
GridCubeencrypted volumes always buff me out :/ i never understand how they work12:46
madamOh everything is easy..... The question then becomes, "Do I have the time, and am I willing to put in all the effort to learn, and learn by making mistakes, and fishing for answers across the net, learning stacks more about coding and all that... or do I have heaps of other priorities? I mean we can all  be geniuses, one everything under the sun, but can we study from morning until night, day in and day out, for 5000 years?12:49
GridCubelol, madam, you seem tired12:53
madamYeah I am tired... 11pm... don't feel like pulling an all nighter... have panels and connectors I need to make and fit into the computer box as well - along with heaps of cleaning up... will start on tomorrow. See you all later.13:06
tyrael_hello, I'm totally noob. I wanna install Xubuntu 13.04 on my fathers PC. But when I do this I've got errors ---> E: Write error - write (28: No space left on device),E: IO Error saving source cache,E: The package lists or status file could not be parsed or opened.  Free disk space 80GB.13:44
GridCubetyrael_, what kind of computer is it?13:51
GridCube!md5 | also check the ISO consistency tyrael_,13:51
ubottualso check the ISO consistency tyrael_,: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows13:51
Myrttityrael_: how are you trying to install it?13:54
Myrtti(and why 13.04? 12.04 would probably be better as it's supported longer13:54
tyrael_Pentium 4, 512mb RAM13:54
tyrael_Myrtti just now I'm downloading 12.04 alternate13:54
tyrael_and I will try this13:55
tyrael_Myrtti: or maybe 12,04 normal version will be better than alternate ?14:04
Myrttityrael_: should be no difference14:05
tyrael_Myrtti: alternate version is only a console? how can I run normal desktop ?14:19
GridCubeafter the instalation the system ends the same14:20
tyrael_i do this on VMware but at the end, I can log in and thats all. Do not know how to run normaly desktop14:21
GridCubetyrael_, can you get to a tty?14:22
tyrael_I don't know what it is ;)14:22
kgb"No space left on device" :f14:23
GridCubeits a black screen that asks you for your user and password14:23
GridCubeok put your user and your password there14:23
GridCubedoes it says something like username@name-of-computer:~$14:24
odaugahi all14:25
GridCube!hi | odauga14:25
ubottuodauga: Hi!, Welcome to #xubuntu! Feel free to ask questions and help people out. The channel guidelines are at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines. Enjoy your stay!14:25
odaugathx guys14:25
tyrael_GridCube: yes it is14:26
GridCubetyrael_, ok then do this: sudo ap-get update && sudo apt-get install -y xubuntu-desktop14:26
GridCubeapt-get in that first line14:27
tyrael_it's downloading14:29
tyrael_GridCube: after this, desktop will always run auto?14:33
GridCubetyrael_, it should14:33
tyrael_ok, so now i will instal 12.04.2 on father's PC.14:33
GridCubetyrael_, you can do something else too14:34
tyrael_he need only YouTube and VLC, that's all14:34
GridCubetyrael_, you can remove the hd and put in it in a better computer and install there, then move it back14:34
GridCubethat should work14:34
tyrael_I've got notebook.14:34
tyrael_so I can't ;)14:35
GridCubeP: ok14:35
Lehtiuhh, this new 13.04 is really smooth. too bad one of my laptops has an old pentium m, which required some extra hassle with fake PAE -.-14:40
LehtiDoes anybody know why the kernel doesn't have some sort of automatic compatibility mode for non-PAE CPUs?14:40
GridCubeit was dropped on 12.10, last non-pae kernel its 12.04, mantaining two kernels was too much work for our very little developers, given that mainbuntu doesnt support them anymore either14:41
kgbimo not much point in running the newest software on old hardware 214:43
xubuntu165I dont understand why the clock in BIOS allways is 2 hours behinde the desktop clock. And the command to change the UTC dont working.14:43
kgbdpkg-reconfigure tzdata not working?14:44
LehtiThe 12.04 was OK, but there were some really weird glitches which this new 13.04 seem to have solved14:44
kgbLehti: perhaps you may be able to downgrade the kernel, if you really want to14:49
kgb(and lock it against auto upgrade)14:50
LehtiWell, that was my first thought too, but I found the 'fake-pae' package some guy wrote as a working solution14:50
Lehtithe newest kernel works just fine now14:50
Lehtiit's just weird in a sense that since this works by faking the PAE as an existing CPU property, why isn't such functionality included in the kernel in the first place :)14:51
kgbgah can't access http://www.midnight-commander.org/14:52
GridCubexubuntu165, tried changing the bios settings for the time? and maybe the battery for the bios its running out and might not remember changes14:54
GridCubeLehti, do a bug report and ask about that14:55
phidiasHi I was wondering if I could ask someone about some difficulties I've been having installing the Xubuntu lts.14:57
knome!ask | phidias14:57
ubottuphidias: 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 !patience14:57
kgbGridCube: if CMOS battery was gone, probably it wouldn't be 2hrs difference all the time14:58
xubuntu165GridCube: I have try to adjust the time in BIOS many times and it change as soon i start xubuntu. First the time on desktop is 2 hours in front of my time then it adjust the clock when it is online. And the BIOS time is 2 hours back again.  I have no dualbot only xubuntu.14:58
kgbgawd :)14:59
kgbxubuntu165: did you run sudo spkg-reconfigure tzdata from terminal?14:59
kgbset it and log out and then back in15:00
GridCubexubuntu165, check that your location its seted correctly15:02
xubuntu165GridCube: yes the battery can be gone but i think the clock is working i will check. thing in terminal i dont know.. I use my location on the map to adjust the time.15:02
kgblol i give up xD15:03
xubuntu165gridcube: I resterartet in BIOS only and the time is ok then after i adjusted.15:03
phidiasI've installed the OS three time, with three different usb boot installers,  and all three times it seem like xfce is not working properly. I have an Asus eee T91. It's an Intel Atom, 1.33ghz with 2gbs or ram and a 16 gb ssd hard drive. I previously installed Xubuntu 13, and it was successful. The problem I've been having is I'm getting a black screen after start  up. The next two times I installed the the OS, the DE loaded, but its 15:04
xubuntu165i think the battery is ok.15:04
GridCubexubuntu165, and your regional setting?15:04
phidiasof the comand line on the bottom, and an overlaping image of the desktop ion the top half15:04
phidiasSorry I tried installed Xubuntu 12.04.2 three times15:05
GridCubemmm, but 13.04 works?15:05
xubuntu165GridCube: my regional settings shud be ok.15:05
phidiasIt was just  crashing too much15:06
GridCubexubuntu165, if they are wrong then its fetching another time slot15:06
GridCubephidias, have you checked your iso md5?15:06
xubuntu165When i first start xubuntu it is 2 hours in front of my time then it adjust automatic.15:06
xubuntu165if i set the bios to   15:00 the desktop will be 17:00 for example.15:07
phidiasI'm sorry I don't think I know how to do that.15:08
xubuntu165maybe i shud not care about the bios time ?15:08
GridCube!md5 | phidias15:08
ubottuphidias: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows15:08
kgbnah it's probably the video driver15:09
kgbphidias: if you can ctrl+alt+f2 and get the terminal, you might get lucky with just running: sudo apt-get update ; sudo apt-get upgrade -y15:11
GridCubexubuntu165, sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata15:11
phidiasThank you gridcube. What is my option if my iso is bad? I am torrenting another copy from the xubuntu website, but that is where I got it before.  Ah, I suppose a bit of the torrent was corrupted, probably the part with the DE. I was unable to install it on a VM either.15:13
GridCubedownload it again15:13
GridCubedo a force check when it ends15:14
GridCubexubuntu165, http://superuser.com/questions/518694/ubuntu-12-10-clock-is-wrong15:14
xubuntu165GridCube: Is that the same as do it in the time and dat settings ?15:14
GridCubeprobably, but more terminally15:15
GridCubexubuntu165, see that last link15:15
GridCubeits better15:15
GridCube:D my hwclock and my date command are different too15:15
GridCubei never noticed15:15
GridCubelun 29 abr 2013 09:13:19 ART  =/= lun abr 29 12:13:21 ART 201315:16
GridCubebut i am at UTC -3 :P15:16
kgbUTC -3 is... Atlantis? :D15:17
GridCubeits buenos aires15:19
laufersteppenwolhey guys, umm, i've got a problem:  https://www.dropbox.com/s/g15cfkuvm4gi2yi/IMG_20130429_171539.jpg   i can't even reinstall it, it says permission denied or something simmilar...15:21
laufersteppenwolcan anyone help me please?15:22
xubuntu788GridCube: i am here.. the bios time problem.. i reconnected.15:24
xubuntu788GridCube: I try the command you give me but when i restart it is the same.15:25
kgbxubuntu788: this one? http://askubuntu.com/questions/138423/how-do-i-change-my-timezone-to-utc-gmt15:26
xubuntu788Grridcube:actually it give me an errormessage.15:26
xubuntu788gridcube: maybe i shud not care baout the biostime so long the desktop clock is ok ?15:27
zodiaklaufersteppenwol, honestly, I would take this chance to upgrade. kernel 3.5.x is not the most.. urm.. stable of kernels15:28
kgbif dpkg-reconfigure tzdata *doesn't work* or gives an error message.. probably means you have used other methods in the past to mess with the time15:28
kgboh man, now i get what you're saying pftt15:29
xubuntu788GridCore: I am not sure about the BIOS battery but the bios remebr my change when i turn the computer on and off.15:29
laufersteppenwolzodiak, how do you think that i shall go on now? i'm not really used to linux OSs... i only use it for dev'ing android roms...15:29
zodiaklaufersteppenwol, if you don't use linux for linux, then why not jst run xubuntu in a virtualbox image  under windows ?15:30
zodiakprobably way easier I would think15:30
laufersteppenwolbecause it is too slow to compile a rom ;)15:30
GridCubexubuntu788, if you type "date" in a terminal15:31
zodiakyou know, I play windows games under virtualisation (using xen right enough)15:31
GridCubedoes it gives you the correct time?15:31
zodiakvirtualisation doesn't always equate to slow15:32
zodiakbut.. regardless, you should probably grab the 13.04 iso and boot off of that.. then do an upgrade/install if possible15:32
laufersteppenwolyes, it does, i run it on my "normal" lappy in a VM, and it's really way slower15:32
xubuntu788GridCube: Yes the same as on the desktop.15:32
xubuntu788GridCore: But the bios is allways UTC i think.. 2 hours behinde.15:33
zodiaklaufersteppenwol, interesting.. I have done (on my laptop) iOS dev'ing and.. not a problem there. Not exactly a ~speed~ demon either but.. definitely workable. oh well. you know your system better than I do :)15:35
GridCubexubuntu788, then dont worry15:35
GridCubeif date its correct then its fine15:35
GridCube!tab | also xubuntu788 :)15:36
ubottualso xubuntu788 :): You can use your <tab> key for autocompletion of nicknames in IRC, as well as for completion of filenames and programs on the command line.15:36
GermainZzodiak, I'm curious what games you can run under virtualisation? Pretty much anything that's more than 2D is unlikely to work AFAIK, unless your GPU supports umm... forgot what it's called. It basically allows your virtual machine to communicate directly with the GPU IIRC.15:36
GermainZI personally use WINE for most of my heavy games, and it works just as good as native Windows, but I'm curious about your experience.15:37
zodiakGermainZ, pshaw.. I run LoL, GW2 and Rift :)15:37
GermainZRift in a VM?15:37
laufersteppenwolwell, it's a "bit" old :D 5yo lappy, 2.2GHz single core (the one that runs xubuntu) and the one that runs the VM is a 3GHz dual core and they've got about the same performance... :D15:37
zodiakGermainZ, and you are talking about io-vtd .. and FLReset- :)15:37
zodiakGermainZ, yes sir/madam :)15:38
GridCubeGermainZ, zodiak :) mind you continue this on #xubuntu-offtopic please?15:38
xubuntu788GridCube: what if i turn of the UTC is there any other options ?15:39
zodiaklaufersteppenwol, try and grab the newest xubuntu iso .. if you don't have anything you specifically care to save on your / partition, jst do a clean install (upgrade if you are feeling brave ;)15:39
GridCubexubuntu788, why does that bother you so much?15:40
zodiakGridCube, vm'ing under xubuntu is offtopic ?! also, we have an offtopic channel ?!15:40
zodiakit's not like we are talking about the leafs in the NHL or who will win miss america ;)15:40
GridCubezodiak, comparing experiencies aint exaclty giving support, and yes we do15:40
laufersteppenwolwell, that's exactly the problem... i was just pushing my rom to github when my lappy crashed, so i should keep the data... if it weren't for that, i'd already have reformatted everything...15:41
zodiaklaufersteppenwol, right.. you can still boot off the iso/cd hopefully and mount the '/' partition15:42
xubuntu788Gridcube: i want all to be correct i think. but if the destop clock is working normal i will try to not care about it anymore.15:42
GermainZlaufersteppenwol, can't you mount and cp to an external storage, then format/upgrade?15:42
laufersteppenwolnope, already tried, it gives me "permission denied"15:42
GridCubexubuntu788, :) its correct, thats the way the linux clock works15:43
GridCubexubuntu788, http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Clock-2.html15:43
xubuntu788GridCube: version 12.10 dont do this with my bios.. but thank you for your help.15:44
GridCubexubuntu788, just dont worry about it, if the "date" command its fine then everything its fine15:44
xubuntu788gridcube: it is ok.. i will read little on the links you sent me..15:48
kRushmy raring install takes considerably longer to shut down than it takes to boot, is there a log of what it does at shutdown?15:59
brainwashkRush: there might be some log entries in /var/log/syslog before the filesystem gets unmounted on shutdown16:01
kgbit should take but half a second, but mine hangs here, there 'n everywhere too16:20
kRushkgb, you know of a bug# for that? I'm not sure what I would file against/search for16:33
laufersteppenwolalright, i tried to install it, but it gives me an error "the installer needs to remove operating system files from the install target, but was unable to do so. The install cannot continue".... so i guess i need to re-format it again?16:49
GridCubelaufersteppenwol, http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk16:51
xubuntu888hola hola16:51
GridCube!es | xubuntu888 :) hola16:52
ubottuxubuntu888 :) hola: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #xubuntu-es; escriba "/join #xubuntu-es" (sin comillas) y presione intro. Si nadie responde, puedes intentar preguntando en #ubuntu-es.16:52
laufersteppenwolGridCube, i have to run it from the working life session, right?16:55
GridCubeif you have a live session thats safer16:56
GridCubethere its pretty simple guides in the cgsecurity wiki16:56
llldinoHey guys, so i've been having problems with suspend, and after reading the bug reporting page it says " please update your BIOS, and hardware firmware (CF card readers, SSDs, USB 3.0 controllers, DVD/CD drives, etc.) to the newest available from your vendor. Outdated and buggy BIOS and firmware is a common cause of a variety of hardware issues....suspend not working..."17:05
llldinoDores anyone know how I would go about doing this?17:05
GridCubeit depends on your bios17:06
llldinoGridCube: I have EFI17:09
GridCubelol then thats the problem no update needed17:10
GridCube!uefi | llldino17:10
ubottullldino: UEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware, it is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI17:10
GridCubewell i dont know if you need to udpdate your efi, or if that even exists yet17:10
llldinoSorry, I'm a little confused, I use REFIt to boot from EFI but Ubuntu boots from grub on it's own partition17:11
llldinoIf EFI doesn't need to update, then what firmware is causing suspend to not work?17:13
llldinoIs there an easy way to find out?17:13
GridCubellldino, at this level your questions can be answered to any ubuntu, i would recommend you to ask in #ubuntu17:17
GridCubetaking in consideration that here no one seems to know17:17
llldinoOk, thanks17:18
elfyjust don't mention xubuntu or they'll just sedn you here :)17:19
xubuntu579hello there17:48
[0gb_us]Hey, xubuntu579.17:48
llldino_Yo yo17:48
xubuntu579I was here in this channel yesterday.. .with user name i guess 535.... i was trying to upgrade my wubuntu from 12.10  to 13.04 through update manager and 4-5 people were sincerely helping me17:49
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llldinoxubuntu579, Yeah I remember17:49
bazhangas in wubi?17:49
xubuntu579thanks you for all of your help ,  today i burnt DVD and upgrading from there its going on while i ma chatting with you people here17:50
[0gb_us]Wubuntu? Is that a new one?17:50
llldinoxubuntu579, I didn't want to be rude, but I honestly believe upgrading from a liveCD would be easiest to someone who generally isn't experienced with unix17:50
xubuntu579sorry that wasa typo i meant wubuntu => xubuntu17:50
[0gb_us]Ah, got it.17:50
xubuntu579yeah its easy ang going on fine :)17:50
llldinoxubuntu579, Do you have an active internet rx17:51
llldinoxubuntu579, If not, you might have issues with getting proprietary packages, I know I did17:52
xubuntu579yeah i  have an active internet connection.. while installation was going on ...i thought of droppping by here and saying thanks to all the folks who spent their valuable time for me yday17:52
llldinoxubuntu579, No problem man, thanks for keeping me occupied while im unemployed17:53
xubuntu579@llldino :  yeah at the begining it asked two things  ... 1) while installing should we download the lastest packages 2) install 3r party stuff like mp3 plugins and all..... for both options i said no... becuase i wnat installation to finish fast....later i can upgrade.... but even after isaid no to those option its still downloading some stuff... though i have a skip[ button very next to it nad i can skip but i thought ok let 17:55
xubuntu579need stuff nad not the latest version of packages17:55
llldinoxubuntu579, Um, I would have said yes17:55
llldinoxubuntu579, What kind of computer are you installing onto?17:55
xubuntu579@llldino : :)17:55
bazhangno net connection is needed.17:56
xubuntu579its a P4 machien with hyper threading enabled ... intel mother board 915 chipset... and 1 GB DDR RAM :)17:56
bazhangsimply installing xubuntu-restricted-extras when it is avialable will cover it17:56
[0gb_us]Yeah, I told it not to download stuff as well, but it's downloading right now, slowing the instalation.17:57
GridCubeyes, it downloads, mostly langpacks17:57
GridCubeeven if you say "dont download" it does anyway17:58
GridCubenever understood why17:58
xubuntu579i have been using xubuntu on this machine from  last one year approximately...  windows7 doesn;t run on my machine properly ...its slow and display drivers are also not there...so xubuntu is the life saviour17:58
[0gb_us]Probably for languages I'll never use, because it's a VirtualBox test installation.17:58
llldinoxubuntu579, Not to mention helping to rectify Bug #117:58
[0gb_us]Windows doesn't run properly on any machine, so ....17:59
xubuntu579one week back i had tried Linux mint on same machine after removing  xubuntu ...but i found Linux mint wasn't  good compare to Xubuntu ... in terms of performance ..usability...17:59
xubuntu579it need a long way to become Xubuntu...17:59
[0gb_us]Mint has a few issues, yes.17:59
llldinoMint uses gnome, right?17:59
GridCubei've heard they took away the virtual desktop switcher from the panel P:18:00
GridCubellldino, mate for default mint, xfce for mint xfce18:00
[0gb_us]It uses a GNOME fork, but not actual GNOME.18:00
[0gb_us]I'm trying out Ubuntu "flavors" today.18:00
xubuntu579not a few when i installed it as my primary OS, i  realized a lot of them... there sofware center sucks.... u dont have any history...18:00
[0gb_us]In Mint, I can't dim my monitor.18:01
xubuntu579boot time was equal in both about 30 seconds... Xubuntu vs mint... but later i felt performance was not good in mint hence switched back to xubuntu....18:01
xubuntu579okey guys thanks a lot18:02
xubuntu579since its official channel are there people who are from canonical ?18:13
[0gb_us]I don't think Xubuntu is run by Canonical, the Xubuntu staff just partner with Canonical.18:14
xubuntu579I want to tell you ... you guys are doing fantatic job... by  making it work on older machines...18:14
knomexubuntu579, [0gb_us]: no, the people working in xubuntu do not work for canonical (or at least they are not paid to work with xubuntu)18:15
[0gb_us]Just as I though.18:16
[0gb_us]So far, Xubuntu seems to be the most likely candidate to use as my main operating system. I still need to test Lubuntu and menu flexibility in Xubuntu, but but this seems to be my favourite of what I've tried so far.18:19
[0gb_us]The menu test will take a bit though. I need to install Wine (which is taking a while), and see if it properly adds its category to the menu.18:19
[0gb_us]Someone recommended Kubuntu, but KDE seems needlessly complex.18:20
xubuntu471its actually taking toooooo long in "Restoring previously installed  packages"  its been more than 15 minutes in same stage..... and i dont see hard disk LED glowing ...which indicates some file operation... now sure what it is doing :(18:27
bazhanglet it continue18:28
xubuntu471why does it take so long :) , i am so restless...to see insllation comeplete...18:29
bazhang1gb ram18:30
xubuntu471ohhh ok :)  ... but io had logged out and came back as different user name ,,, stiill you recognized me :) ..wow ...how ?18:31
GermainZYour IP helps18:31
bazhangthe gateway list the IP18:31
xubuntu471aah aaa got it ..nice... so you mean if i had more RAM this step would have been faster is it? .. i wish there was some progress indicator here... how much is remaining etc... what packages it is restoring right now... et etc... if you are from Xubuntu team please  take my request18:33
xubuntu471by the way if anyone here from Xubuntu.... do you have usage reports of machine hardwares... on which people in the world are installing xubuntu....i  really want to see how many P3 , P2 machine are runnig on xubuntu18:35
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/DebuggingHardwareDetection18:35
xubuntu471this has hte list of suported hard ware.. i want to see how many P3 P2 , P1 processor are still alive..because of Xubuntu... is there any lsit like that...18:37
koegsi dont think so18:38
xubuntu471its really taking tooooooooo long in  "Restoring previously installed  packages"18:38
xubuntu471i think my mother board is not listed here... but its supported... https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsMotherboardsIntelSocket775Intel18:39
xubuntu471can i send the my hardware details to some one and ask them to put it up on this page?18:40
xubuntu471i belive it should be automatically collected as anonoumous data.... so taht we know how many machines are powered by xubuntu?18:41
xubuntu471still  "Restoring previously installed  packages"   more than 25 minutes18:41
xubuntu471will my installation log will be sent to xubuntu team ?18:44
elfythough if you report a bug during installation I think something does then18:45
xubuntu471is my installation hung ? i dont see any activity.... hard disk led is not glowing ...18:45
elfycan take a while18:45
xubuntu471how do i run UI task manager during the installation to see if its really doing something or hung ?18:45
elfyfrom the menu - system - task manager18:46
xubuntu471there is no menu.... I dint live run and started installation...18:47
xubuntu471i directly started upgrade..18:48
elfyoh - no then18:48
elfyyou might manage to ctrl+alt+f1 and run top18:48
xubuntu471how do i get shell >?18:48
kgb^^ or f2 and f7 to get back18:49
xubuntu471before i could ready how to come out of shell ... i had gone into shell.... had tough time figuring out how to come out to UI :)18:54
xubuntu471tried all function keys n came out18:54
xubuntu471installed  lxtask in shell mode when i tried launching it ...it said u u can launch gui softwares in shell mode.18:54
xubuntu471how do i run task manager now n see if my installation is not hung?18:55
xubuntu471it nearly 35-45 minutes i belive in this state :(18:56
kgbprolly borked18:57
Unit193In the installer, there should be a details button, or down arrow.18:57
xubuntu471that shows nothing... there is some display problem ...while it was in previous stages it use to show some logs in black color background now there is some UI painting issue there18:58
kgband if you're in shell, just run top like elfy said18:58
xubuntu471i see uqiquity running and apt-clone.... i gues a-t-clone is what it means restoring previously installed apps... but still my CPU usage is not much its 99% idle...19:02
xubuntu471923 MB RAM is used and 77 MB RAM is free ....35 MB swap is used and about 100 MB swap is free...19:05
xubuntu471out of 141 task ....1 is running and rest are slepping ...19:06
xubuntu471guys.... any idea how liong will have to wait for packages to get restored... i ma frustrated now... its been like 50 minutes in restoring packages ....  cpu is almost idle ... avg load is like 1% on cpu ...i beilve  there is somethign wrong ...19:10
knome!patience | xubuntu47119:10
ubottuxubuntu471: 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/19:10
kgbi suppose you could try sudo kill and the PID, or sudo shutdown -r now and pray that there haven't been permanent changes made yet? :$19:11
bazhangnot a good idea...19:11
kgbprobably the worst19:11
bazhangxubuntu471, anything like "fatal error: ubiquity"19:12
[0gb_us]All Xubuntu's desktop wallpapers are blue ...19:12
[0gb_us]I always choose a dark blue wallpaper anyway, so it doesn't bother me or anything, but it is odd.19:13
bazhang[0gb_us], needs suggestion for wp?19:13
xubuntu471no ... but ... in this installation  wizard... when i try to see the details ... there is some painting issue its not showing anything ...19:13
[0gb_us]Sorry, I don''t have any suggestions, it's just odd to see the lack of variety.19:14
knome[0gb_us], xubuntu's color scheme is blue.19:14
knome[0gb_us], we're planning some variation for future releases though19:15
knome[0gb_us], not necessarily default wallpapers... but you'll see.19:15
xubuntu471@knome : i like the mint's green theme of thunar ... is it possible to get the same in xubnutu?19:15
[0gb_us]Okay, cool. Even with more options, I'd go with blue, I was just surprised.19:15
xubuntu471@bazhang : how come you are shown in red color ?19:16
bazhangxubuntu471, because your irc higlights it when I use your nick19:16
[0gb_us]I think there may be duplicate wallpapers in here too.19:16
bazhangxubuntu   471 and this does not19:16
Myrttiso you can see when people mention you better19:16
knomexubuntu471, if you download the mint gtk theme, yes19:16
xubuntu471but that wont change my entire xfce session UI right ?19:17
knomexubuntu471, it will.19:17
xubuntu471oh no...i dont want that then.... i just wnated it in thunar...19:18
xubuntu471@bazhang... its been like 1 hour i guess in this step .... restoring packages step .... suggest something ... is it expected ?19:18
knomexubuntu471, can you please use a little less punctuation to make your messages more readable? thanks19:19
xubuntu471:) sure.19:19
Unit193If you do restart the install, remove the xubuntu ubiquity slideshow first.19:19
xubuntu471n how do you do that?19:20
[0gb_us]What's the difference between a Xubuntu session and an XFCE session? They look the same to me.19:20
TheSheep[0gb_us]: the difference is only at the first login19:21
xubuntu471when it all ran fine today i was so happy that today at least it will be upgraded , but my bad luck.19:21
[0gb_us]Okay, thanks TheSheep.19:21
Unit193If you try Xfce, have to remove ~/.config/ to try Xubuntu.19:22
bazhangxubuntu471, hi19:22
bazhangxubuntu471, keep it here please and not via PM19:24
xubuntu471okie Bzhang, can you tell me what options i have ?19:24
bazhangthat way others can help and watch for errors in support / and offer other better advice19:24
xubuntu471so what do i do now?19:26
xubuntu471can you please tell me ...how do i install a vn server ... ...i hava a back ache sitting in front of this pc.... want to move to bed and remote long from a laptop19:27
xubuntu471i earlier had vnc server installed on 12.10 which i am upgrading right now to 13.0419:28
Unit193xubuntu471: You can install x11vnc if something else isn't being installed right now.19:34
xubuntu471its isntalling .thanks Unit.19:37
xubuntu471vnc installation failed as debconf gave some error that it was locked by other process sad situation for me ... for more than an hour I am in same stage "restoring packages"19:42
xubuntu471i downloaded 13.04 iso in ofifce and burn it so that it would take less time in upgrading fromi DVD in compariusion to upgrading through software update manager because my internet connection  is slow.19:43
TheSheepyou can only run one package manager at a time19:44
xubuntu471but see my bad luck, i am stuck in a stage ...i am stuck where slow internet connection is not the culprit19:44
kgbuh.. is it downloading (old) packages from the web?.. then it's your connection speed19:44
xubuntu471i cudn't install vnc server also .. n have back sitting in front of pc... so now i will just leave it as it is open... n hope that i would complete when i wake in the morning after 8 hours... i just hope that power wont go off in the middle as i dont have a UPS.19:46
xubuntu471:( :( :(19:46
xubuntu471thanks you guys  who tried to help me.19:46
kgbgl :)19:46
xubuntu471do you guys also suspect that there could be some memory leak in this restoring packages step ?19:49
elfyI don't - I suspect the possibility that you had a bunch of ppa's/proprietary drivers installed prior to upgraade - I always try to get back to as default as I can if I'm upgrading19:50
Unit193The upgrade normally will disable PPAs.19:51
xubuntu471i dint install any drivers myself... all i had were defaults ..sofwares installed from software cetners... mostly for kids education .. like pre-primary bundle... primary bundle of edubuntu and then childplay , gcompri etc.19:52
elfyUnit193: oh I didn't know that - thanks19:54
bazhangnot so great when there are no raring PPA versions19:54
xubuntu471I will just take photo of ubiliquity slideshow window with some painting errors and take a 20 seconds video of output of top and report it... may be that would help folks identify the problem if any ... where should i post it to?19:55
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.19:55
bazhanghttp://imagebin.org/?page=add    xubuntu47119:55
xubuntu471no i  mean i want to post post it on ubuntu/xubuntu forum where bugs are reported. some bug  tracking system?19:56
bazhang!bugs | xubuntu47119:57
ubottuxubuntu471: If you find a bug in Ubuntu or any of its derivatives, please file a bug using the command « ubuntu-bug <package> » - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs for other ways to report bugs.19:57
xubuntu471i hope i wontend up like these people https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/apt-clone/+bug/75801320:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 758013 in apt-clone (Ubuntu) "apt-clone crashed with SystemError in _restore_package_selection_in_cache(): E:Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages." [Medium,Triaged]20:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 727881 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "apt-clone crashed with SystemError in commit(): installArchives() failed" [Medium,New]20:10
xubuntu471is @ubottu a robot?20:11
elfybot anyway20:11
bazhangubottu, is a bot20:12
ubottuYes, I can confirm that I am a bot. http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Bots for all information.20:12
xubuntu471ubottu, is a bot?20:14
ubottuxubuntu471: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)20:14
xubuntu471@ubottu : yo uare kidding me :)20:14
xubuntu471ubottu, is a bot?20:15
xubuntu471good night guys...20:20
xubuntu471good night ubottu ;)20:20
carreraGreetings Everyone!  :)20:33
carreraI still haven't been able to install 13.04 on my Qosmio X500!  :(20:36
carreraHere is a summary of  what I've done so far20:37
carrera1. created a bootable USB stick with UNetbootin20:38
carrera2. Hit tab at the UNetbootin boot menu to enter the nomodeset kernel option. That let me do without the Nouveau driver that keep crashing with my nVidia M36020:39
carrera3. Unfortunately, 13.04 desktop was NOT able to detect my RAID 0 partitions. It was NOT able to create new RAID partitions either20:40
carrera4. I created a bootable USB with the mini.iso20:41
carrera5. That booted fine but, unfortunately, it did NOT detect my wireless NIC!20:42
carreraUnfortunately, I do NOT have access to Ethernet!  :(20:42
carreraany suggestions as to what I can do next?20:43
bazhangcarrera, thats really hard to read20:43
bazhanguse a comma, and not enter key20:43
Arpad22glxinfo gives glx missing on 0.021:42
Arpad22no 3d video, pls help!21:43
xubuntu887e' possibile installare xubuntu su un computer con 196 mbyte di ram? grazie per la risposta. gio21:54
Unit193!it | xubuntu88721:56
ubottuxubuntu887: 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)21:56
CidaCan someone help me? I was trying to fix an issue I had with Blender... And now the display for everything is screwed up.23:17
CidaIt's displaying everything in one little spot, while the rest of the screen is just blank23:17
CidaSomething with GLX was my original problem, but now nothing is being displayed across the entire screen23:19
knomeCida, is this happening with blender only?23:19
CidaIdk what I did to do this... But I was trying to fix a missing GLX extension or what ever. If it was just an issue with Blender, the reinstalling of Blender I did earlier would have fixed it23:22

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