brian_thankyou all for all your incredible work with the ubuntu studio community03:51
OpenStage6527I'd like to place ad ad banner for ubuntu studio on my website's index page. I was thinking of using a few of these images cycled randomly. http://www.techdrivein.com/2010/02/20-breathtaking-ubuntu-studio-wallpaper.html Would there be any problems with me doing this?03:55
zequenceOpenStage6527: I only recognize a few of those from artwork that has been used with the Ubuntu Studio distro04:38
zequenceOpenStage6527: All you need to do is make sure the artwork is free license04:39
zequenceOpenStage6527: We have a square banner that we use ourselves as an ad kind of thing04:39
zequenceWe'll be making more versions of that04:40
zequenceYou are free to use it if you want04:40
OpenStage6527yeah okay04:45
OpenStage6527coll thanks04:46
aeatrrDoes this distro support all m-audio midi keyboards?*14:57
holsteinthe question could/should be, do all/any maudio keyboards support this distro16:06
wiphey all, i am an happy man, festige works i can now use some free vst-i! why its not installed by default on ubuntustudio?18:14
holsteinwip: right off the top of my hat? its likely something to do with licensing18:14
wipholstein, yep i was wondering about this, i didnt have to download anything from steinberg... not that i mind ;)18:15
holsteinwip: feel free and /join the #ubuntustudio-devel channel and mailing lists18:15
wipholstein, thx! zequence and you have been a great help for me to setup my system, merci - arigato - thx18:16
wipi have to say that i am now curious to try the kxstudio distribution18:17
wipmy system is now using the ppa18:17
wipi dont mind for now, i just want to make noise, but eventually i want a stable system tweaked for my needs18:18
holsteini thought falk was not doing an actual release anymore, but if he has a CD it'll be live18:18
holsteinAFAIK, if you are using the ppa, you are using KXstudio18:18
wipyes live, but i think you can install a live distribution18:18
holsteinwip: thats what im saying18:18
holsteinwip: i actually *dont* think you install a distro18:19
wipbut hey i dont understand, i had to download 486mb of updates so i guess theres a difference18:19
holsteinwip: kxstudio is, or was, ubuntu with falks ppa's18:19
holsteinwip: there is *quite* a difference.. im just saying, you are now using kxstudio, not ubuntustudio18:19
wipthe system looks exactly like the old one, i guess some audios app got updated18:19
wipthe kernel?18:19
holsteinwip: most audio apps are repackaged18:19
holsteinAFAIK, we use the same kernel falk does now-a-days18:20
holsteinthere is (as the creator of AVlinux said) less reasons to repackage audio applications these days, since things tend to just work18:20
mydoghaswormsDid some drum kit in Hydrogen go missing after the upgrade to 13.04?19:27
holsteinmydoghasworms: i would just load whatever kits you want.. that would be an an application basis19:28
holsteinmydoghasworms: some kits could go missing from an upgrade from an older version of hydrogem to a newer version19:28
mydoghaswormsholstein, two of my Hydrogen files, where I had a specific kit loaded, don't work anymore. The specific instruments do not seem to be loaded anymore. How do I see in Hydrogen to which sample file a specific instrument is/was pointing?19:30
mydoghaswormsholstein, Ah wait, looking into the file I see it is the UltraAcousticKit that seems to have gone missing.19:32
mydoghaswormsThanks, at least I have a starting point now.19:32
mydoghaswormsIt does kind of suck though.19:33
mydoghaswormsSuck a lot, actually.19:33
mydoghaswormsWow, there is this thread on the Hydrogen website dating back to 2005, saying that the UltraAcousticKit may be removed due to copyright issues: http://www.hydrogen-music.org/hcms/node/63419:35
mydoghaswormsBut it was in the previous release. This is rather puzzling.19:36
holsteinmydoghasworms: if it was infringing on copyright, they would have had to pull it19:40
holsteinim sure if you search around, you can find it.. i would just load up a liveCD with an older version of hydrogen and grab it.. if it cant be included, it cant be included19:40
holsteinmydoghasworms: ubuntustudio didnt take it out19:40
mydoghaswormsholstein, Sure, it's just odd that threads I am finding around this date back some 9 years (there are others), yet it was in the hydrogen-drumkits package that shipped with UbuntuStudio 12.10.19:41
mydoghaswormsBut, OK I think it answers my question. Thanks.19:42
holsteinmydoghasworms: i was in the hydrogen version we shipped19:42
holsteinmydoghasworms: the versions werent changing much from what i remember19:42
mydoghaswormsholstein, OK, even more weird is that listing the files from packages.ubuntu.com for Raring show the files.19:44
mydoghaswormsWhile when I do dpkg -L hydrogen-drumkits, it is missing.19:44
mydoghaswormsWonder if my upgrade was somehow defective.19:44
holsteinmydoghasworms: could be that we shipped the older version, and its updated now19:44
mydoghaswormsI will forcibly reinstall that package and see what happens.19:45
mydoghaswormsholstein, Aha! Forcing reinstall is fetching packages from the KX Studio ppa. I think that probably explains everything.19:47
holsteinwell, if you are using kxstudio, you should be in #kxstudio , and check with falk to see if he repackaged it19:48
mydoghaswormsholstein, I am actually using UbuntuStudio, but added the KX Studio ppas, because I wanted to try some of the programs. But I never used them anyway, so easiest will just be to remove the ppas and update my system again.19:50
mydoghaswormsholstein, Many thanks.19:50
holsteinmydoghasworms: then, you are *not* running ubuntustudio19:50
holsteinmydoghasworms: you are welcome here, and in #kxstudio as well... but the ppa's are not something we support here.. though falk does a great job19:50
mydoghaswormsholstein, Of course, I understand. Sorry to have wasted your time.19:52
holsteinmydoghasworms: i dont consider it that, at all.. just being clear.. and also pointing out the relevant and helpful kxstudio community19:52
holsteinanother great place.. #opensourcemusicians19:52
studio-user739hello how are you ?19:56
studio-user939hi everyone21:39
studio-user939It's my first time here, and I'm actually new to "Ubuntu21:40
studio-user939I'm having some troubles with the new Ubuntu studio, more precisly with the wifi driver21:41
studio-user939Somewhere I read that in order to install the driver I sould go to system-administrator-driver...but in this version under system I don't have such comand...21:44
OvenWerk1studio-user939: The wireless driver should already be there21:58
studio-user939That's what I've though, but the wifi isn't working22:03
studio-user939and I though it may be because of the wifi driver22:04
OvenWerk1studio-user939: I am not the best person to help with that, mine just works.22:23
OvenWerk1You do have to put in the password/phrase22:23
studio-user939what do you mean?22:24
OvenWerk1Does the netmanager applet show any nearby APs?22:24
OvenWerk1Most APs (access points, AKA routers) are password protected.22:25
studio-user939the problem is not that I can't connect to the router...but that the wifi doesn't work at all. I cannot even see the connections (routers)22:27
OvenWerk1OK, do you know what chipset your wlan is?22:28
OvenWerk1Is it internal? A PC card? USB dongle?22:29
studio-user939internal...I think...22:31
OvenWerk1Laptop then?22:32
OvenWerk1Does the unit have a switch to turn wireless on and off?22:33
studio-user939Yes, it's a button, but it doesn't work...22:35
OvenWerk1ok, in a terminal, assuming you just tried the switch to turn off and on, try:22:36
OvenWerk1dmesg |tail22:36
OvenWerk1That should give you last 10 lines of dmesg22:36
OvenWerk1See if there is any mention of a pci or usb device22:37
OvenWerk1There is a better way of looking for the device type, but I don't know it.22:40
OvenWerk1There is probably a factoid that gives hints too.22:40
ubottuWireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs22:40
studio-user939ok, let me try22:42
OvenWerk1I'm going to have to go for a bit. I need to swap out my server.22:43
studio-user939typing dmesg |tail that's what I get:22:47
studio-user939[ 2376.521590] cfg80211:   (2457000 KHz - 2482000 KHz @ 20000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)22:48
studio-user939 [ 2376.521593] cfg80211:   (2474000 KHz - 2494000 KHz @ 20000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)22:48
studio-user939 [ 2376.521595] cfg80211:   (5170000 KHz - 5250000 KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)22:49
studio-user939 [ 2376.521597] cfg80211:   (5735000 KHz - 5835000 KHz @ 40000 KHz), (300 mBi, 2000 mBm)22:49
studio-user939 [ 2376.630429] b43-phy0: Broadcom 4312 WLAN found (core revision 15)22:49
studio-user939[ 2376.644874] b43-phy0: Found PHY: Analog 6, Type 5 (LP), Revision 122:52

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