xubuntu220a little help? I installed xubuntu 13.04 in Eeepc 1005P. But the screen seemed too dark. I've tried power-manage-plugins, but it doesn't work.00:01
xubuntu220and the keyborad combination Fn+F6 can't switch to the brightest00:03
GridCubexubuntu220, yeah, that usually doesnt work00:05
GridCubetry using the xgamma program from a terminal00:05
xubuntu220may i ask how?00:06
GridCubeopen a terminal, press meta-t, and type: xgamma -gamma 1.500:06
xubuntu220ok, let me try this, thanks00:07
xubuntu220well, the desktop did seemed brighter now, but it looks strange still.00:13
GridCubeyes, xgamma aint really the best option00:13
GridCubebut i dont know how to get real brigthness00:13
GridCubemaybe check your video card model using lspci | grep "VGA" and google it for others with your same problem00:14
xubuntu220My laptop is a netbook, vga is builded inside the Intel CPU N450?00:15
GridCubexubuntu220, run lspci | grep "VGA" on a terminal and you will have the model name :)00:19
xubuntu220VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Aton processor D4xx/D5xx/N4xx/N5xx Integrated Graphics Controller00:21
xubuntu220it showed the information above.00:22
GridCubesearch that on the interwebs and see if anyone found a solution to brightness00:22
xubuntu220ok :)00:23
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xubuntu526i need help downloading shype for ubuntu please help?01:39
xubuntu526sorry ment skype01:39
bazhang!info skype partner | xubuntu52601:40
ubottuxubuntu526: skype (source: skype): client for Skype VOIP and instant messaging service. In component main, is extra. Version (partner), package size 15 kB, installed size 61 kB (Only available for i386; amd64)01:40
bazhang!partner | xubuntu52601:40
ubottuxubuntu526: Canonical's partner repositories provide a location for software vendors to publish applications. The repo itself can be added by running this in a !terminal: « sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ $(lsb_release -sc) partner" »01:40
xubuntu526i tryed to do the termial thing and it asked for a password and it wouldnt let me put anything for the password01:41
David-Axubuntu526: when you type the passw in a terminal it will not show what you type, but it do listens, so go on typing and press enter01:42
xubuntu526okay thank you i will try again other than that i have no idea what to do.01:42
David-Axubuntu526: have you searched for skype in the software center?01:43
bazhangenable the partner repo ^^^ xubuntu52601:43
xubuntu526yes and i have downloaded it and every time i will try to call it says call failed01:44
xubuntu526this ubuntu is new to me and i am just tring to figure out everything and it is really makin me mad cuz i cant find anything to work mine is a 32bit01:45
bazhangdownloaded it from where01:46
xubuntu526the software center and on the firefox as well it downloads but wont let me call noone01:47
bazhangwhat do you mean "the firefox as well"01:47
xubuntu526firefox the web search01:48
bazhangno idea what you mean01:48
xubuntu526you have never had firefox?01:49
bazhangenable the partner repository.   update. install skype.   do NOT install from skype.com01:49
xubuntu526what is the partner pepository?01:50
bazhangI have given you a link above01:50
bazhangread it01:50
xubuntu526i can read... it takes me to some kind of page that says index of01:51
bazhang xubuntu526: Canonical's partner repositories provide a location for software vendors to publish applications. The repo itself can be added by running this in a !terminal: « sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ $(lsb_release -sc) partner" »01:52
bazhangxubuntu526, See Above01:52
xubuntu526i have tryed to put that in the terminal it does not work for me01:54
David-Axubuntu526: "it wont let me call anyone" means you have it installed already i presume. right? the problem may be somewhere in the skype settings.01:58
David-Aoh, come back...01:59
David-Axubuntu567: are you the same nick as the previous xubuntu526 ? (with the skype problem?)02:00
David-Aoh, you too...02:01
tdignanSo, the latest ubuntu packages for xfce4-session have a segfault bug.05:00
tdignanI've built and installed from git using checkinstall to fix this.05:00
tdignanIt seems like this has been a problem for at least a month. How does one go about submitting a new package?05:00
tdignanI did use checkinstall...05:01
tdignanhttp://askubuntu.com/questions/292417/xfce4-session-segfault-suspend-and-hibernate-not-working https://bugzilla.xfce.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1006805:02
ubottubugzilla.xfce.org bug 10068 in General "xfce4-session segfault, returned to login screen" [Critical,Resolved: duplicate]05:02
tdignanmy system works now, of course05:02
tdignanbut it was crashing a LOT before.05:02
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onranyone updated chromium package yesterday?10:12
Unit193Not that I know of, still stale.10:14
onrIIRC there wasn't window title bar, now there is10:14
Unit193!info chromium-browser10:14
ubottuchromium-browser (source: chromium-browser): Chromium browser. In component universe, is optional. Version 28.0.1500.52-0ubuntu1.13.04.2 (raring), package size 30744 kB, installed size 113570 kB10:14
Unit193Guess I'm wrong.10:14
onrif you haven't updated recently, could you tell me if there's a window title bar?10:15
koegsonr: same here10:17
koegsseems they have re-enabled the option, just deactivate it in the settings10:18
Unit193onr: Can't help, not a user.10:18
onrkoegs: ah, didn't notice. thanks10:19
cfhowlettGridCube, hey13:44
GridCube:) hi cfhowlett13:45
SuperLagIs there a way to sort of "reset" the UI for Xubuntu? I've got ~ on a separated volume and it's been moved between Ubuntu versions, and a couple other distros as well. This last move... some of the icons on the top panel have a background, for lack of a better word. When I'm expecting to see the icons with the panel menu bar behind it, I see a white background behind the icon instead.13:58
tych0SuperLag: I suppose you could try to remove ~/.config/xfce4 and see where that gets you14:01
tych0there's probably some other stuff floating around to, but that would be a start14:01
Sysiyou can't do that while logged in to xfce, you need to press Ctrl Alt F1 and use tty (Ctrl Alt F7 to get back)14:15
Sysiotherly xfce settings daemon writes everything back on logout14:15
Sysi*press c-a-f1 on login window14:16
SuperLagYep. Stopped lightdm beforehand, as well.14:39
SuperLagThat did the trick. Obviously I have to redo some configs, but I'm okay with that.14:39
slimjimflimhi, my wifi icon in the task bar has been saying 'wireless is disabled' for a while, so i've been using iwlist iwconfig and dhclient to connect, but every few minutes, i lose my ip and have to run iwconfig and dhclient again.14:54
slimjimflimdoes anyone know how to fix this?14:54
slimjimflimhi, my wifi icon in the task bar has been saying 'wireless is disabled' for a while, so i've been using iwlist iwconfig and dhclient to connect, but every few minutes, i lose my ip and have to run iwconfig and dhclient again.14:55
slimjimflimdoes anyone know how to fix this?14:55
slimjimflimsorry if that was spammy, just got disconnected again14:55
slimjimflimrunning 12.04.214:56
virenderi wanted to know that how to install xubuntu on vista16:52
GridCubexubuntu and vista are both operative systems16:53
GridCubeyou cant install one over the other16:53
GridCubeif you want to install xubuntu alongside vista download the iso, burn it, boot from the cd and while installing choose to install alongside the other OS, if you want to replace vista with xubuntu choose that option, remember to always backup your data16:54
Sysiwell there are virtual machines17:43
LaitEntierHello, I have some sound issues with xubuntu 12.04. I have read !sound. My soundcard is recognized. Does anyone have the time to help me out?18:48
toraxCould you tell what kind of issues you are having?18:50
toraxi really need to enable join/quit on this channel18:55
bullgard4torax:  Try the command '/quit'.18:56
bazhangbullgard4, thats not helping18:56
bazhangtorax, which client18:56
toraxirssi, ofc ;)19:01
ubottuTo ignore joins, parts, quits in irssi:  /ignore #ubuntu +JOINS +PARTS +QUITS19:01
bazhangso if thats set already, then reverse it; you may wish to ask in #irssi as well19:02
toraxyea, I ignored them because joins and quits usually filled the whole channel19:05
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Guest21556im getting ready to do an installation, hoping to install to a flash drive. so i can boot the flash drive from bios boot options, not from lilo/grub20:53
knomeboot from bios boot options? i'm thinking you're mixing up two different things20:57
Guest21556no, dont want it for security. i.e. unplug flash drive when i go home, puter useless.20:58
Guest21556i mean, do want it for security....20:58
knomeright. but bios boot options only let you select the device, you will need grub anyway (though it doesn't need to be visible (for a very long time))20:59
Guest21556yea, i put grub on sdh20:59
knomebut sure, you can install grub to the usb disk20:59
Guest21556it's cp'ing filez.. :) fingerz crossed21:00
knomegood luck.21:00
Guest21556hoping it is faster than from cd/dvd21:01
knomeit should be faster21:02

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