zykotick9thansen: depends... if you have Network-Manager, it will take over "managing" the device if not specified in /etc/networks/interfaces00:00
thansenyeah, this is server without any NM stuff00:00
zykotick9thansen: are you sure?  i thought ubuntu-server used N-M now...00:00
thansenit's old00:00
thansen10.04 or something00:01
Guest23073i love it running android x 86 in my Ubuntu 13.0400:01
JoseAntonioRHey, guys! I don't know if you could please give me a hand. My pc is stuck on the splash screen, no idea what happens.00:02
zykotick9thansen: 10.04 didn't use N-M on server = for sure.00:02
wheatthinJoseAntonioR, explain splash screen00:02
dreadiscool_sorry ubuntu 13 crashed again00:02
thansenzykotick9: so just wiping the config will make it not come up then?00:02
zykotick9thansen: i'd "think" so...00:02
k1lJoseAntonioR: remove splash from bootparameters in grub and see whats going on00:02
OerHeks!info u3-tool00:03
ubottuu3-tool (source: u3-tool): tool for controlling the special features of a U3 USB flash disk. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.3-1.1 (raring), package size 18 kB, installed size 84 kB (Only available for alpha; amd64; arm; armel; armhf; i386; ia64; mipsel; kfreebsd-amd64; kfreebsd-i386; hurd-i386)00:03
dreadiscool_how would i delete my ubuntu 12 partition on my hdd?00:03
wheatthindreadiscool_ by using a fdisk or gparted00:04
JoseAntonioRk1l: already tried and gives no apparent error00:04
PashaPastaor if you need a gui...grab a copy of partition magic00:04
FloodBot1Guest23073: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.00:04
MobGodwhat do i install for this error00:04
MobGodutil.h:27:25: fatal error: openssl/sha.h: No such file or directory00:04
MobGodcompilation terminated.00:04
dreadiscool_I don't know how to use either wheatthin00:05
dreadiscool_I'm new :300:05
kel39_MobGod, libssl-dev00:05
wheatthin!gparted | dreadiscool_00:05
ubottudreadiscool_: gparted is a !GTK/!Gnome !GUI partitioning program. Type « sudo apt-get install gparted » in a console to install it - A GParted "live" CD is available at http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php00:05
JoseAntonioRweaththin: the purple screen that says ubuntu00:06
zykotick9wheatthin: fdisk is a terrible tool, you probably shouldn't be recommending it for anything00:06
wheatthinzykotick9, fdisk is a proper tool, thanks very much00:06
kel39_what does ubottu run in?00:07
kel39_python, perl?00:07
zykotick9!nomodeset | JoseAntonioR have you tried this?00:07
ubottuJoseAntonioR have you tried this?: A common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter00:07
dreadiscool_Ugh this is so frustrating00:07
MobGodkel39_ now i get this00:07
wheatthinkel39 it's supybot00:07
MobGodfatal error: db_cxx.h00:07
dreadiscool_I tried wiping my USB just now, because I had u13 on it00:07
wheatthin!supybot | kel3900:07
zykotick9wheatthin: fdisk is NOT a "proper tool" and should be the LAST choice.00:07
wheatthin!supybot | kel39_00:07
dreadiscool_It gave me an error, something to do about bus communication00:07
dreadiscool_And now it says the drive is completely full00:07
dreadiscool_And that I can't even erase it00:08
kel39_no idea MobGod, what is it that you're trying to compile?00:08
kel39_wheatthin, well, er :P00:08
wheatthindreadiscool_, it must be used with a livedvd00:08
dreadiscool_Is there any way I can just reformat my USB00:08
kel39_supybot is enough to go on with00:08
MobGodkel39_ what do i need for that one00:08
MobGoderrr to install00:08
dreadiscool_wheatthin, how does one reformat on ubuntu :300:08
kel39_i have no idea MobGod00:08
dreadiscool_My USB is now apparently completely full after I "wiped" it with the startup disk tool00:08
JoseAntonioRzykotic9: will try, forgot that one00:08
wheatthindreadiscool_, by using the installation disk and reinstalling00:08
* dreadiscool_ bangs head on wall00:08
PashaPastadreadiscool_: u3 is firmware00:09
zykotick9wheatthin: see "man fdisk" for "fdisk is a buggy program that does fuzzy things" and "There are several *fdisk programs around.  Each has its problems and strengths.  Try them in the order cfdisk, fdisk, sfdisk."00:09
PashaPastayou need a different stick00:09
zykotick9!tab > JoseAntonioR00:09
ubottuJoseAntonioR, please see my private message00:09
dreadiscool_PashaPasta why can't I use my current one?00:09
wheatthinzykotick9, Umm that's stupid00:09
PashaPastau3 doesn't play nicely00:09
dreadiscool_I had my old installer set up on there00:09
dreadiscool_Damn this....00:09
OerHeksdreadiscool_,  use the U3-tool > http://askubuntu.com/a/482100:09
Ben64OerHeks: why?00:10
MobGodthanks anyway leagris00:10
Ben64dreadiscool_: just put 12.04 on the usb however you put 13 on it00:10
OerHeksBen64, for removal of that U3 partition, as he asked00:10
wheatthindreadiscool_, just use the 12.04+ installation disk and reinstall00:10
dreadiscool_Ben64 I can't00:10
Ben64OerHeks: no, thats not what he asked00:10
dreadiscool_wheatthin i can't00:10
wheatthindreadiscool_, why?00:10
Ben64dreadiscool_: can't how00:10
PashaPastawhy not00:10
kel39_MobGod, what00:10
dreadiscool_My USB disk is completely full after I tried to wipe it with the startup disk creator's wipe tool...00:11
JoseAntonioRzykotick9: I know, it's just I'm in mobile as my PC won't finish booting.00:11
kel39_dreadiscool_, empty your recycling bin00:11
zykotick9JoseAntonioR: ;)  sorry then.00:11
olddognewtricksi have a crossover (orange) cable and two laptops i want to transfer files between.00:11
olddognewtrickshow do i get them to communicate?00:12
wheatthindreadiscool_, Umm you don't have a dvd with the iso burnt to?00:12
kel39_olddognewtricks, you dont00:12
kel39_you use your network00:12
kel39_or you use a USB00:12
olddognewtricksi don't have a network00:12
PashaPastaolddognewtricks: give them static IPs on the same subnet00:12
rypervencheolddognewtricks: You can create a static network between the two if you like.00:12
wheatthinolddognewtricks, you have to first setup static IP's on the same network settings00:12
zykotick9olddognewtricks: give them both static IPs00:12
olddognewtrickshow can i do that on the command line?00:12
kel39_jesus guys....00:12
dreadiscoolOh my god... Ubuntu crashed again00:13
dreadiscoolSorry, I missed everything that was said after I said that I couldn't wipe the disk or put anything on it00:13
JoseAntonioRanyone else may know what happens? it gives no apparent error, nomodeset doesn't work00:13
Guest23073anyone running android x86 with ubuntu 13.04?00:13
wheatthindreadiscool_ umm why can't you use a dvd and boot from it?00:13
dreadiscoolwheatthin, I'm dreadiscool_, but my computer crashed again00:13
dreadiscoolSo I'm back to dreadiscool with no _00:13
dreadiscoolAlso, I don't have another one on hand00:14
wheatthinwhatever, it's still logged in00:14
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dreadiscoolIRC takes a few seconds to kick off a user00:14
wheatthinis ubuntu crashing or just the window manager?00:14
dreadiscoolThat's not the point though, why can't Ubuntu just wipe my USB drive00:14
dreadiscoolAfter using its "wipe" tool my drive is now full -.-00:14
olddognewtrickson laptop A, i use ifconfig eth0 pointopoint. on laptop B, i use ifconfig eth0 pointopoint. on laptop A, i say ifconfig eth0 on laptop B, i say ifconfig eth0 on laptop A, when i try to ping, i get a response. on laptop A, when i try to ping to ping, i get no response00:14
dreadiscoolAnd i can't put anything on it00:14
MobGodkel39_ nothing i was saying thanks anyway00:14
wheatthindreadiscool it can if you unmount it and wipe it clean with fdisk00:14
kel39_MobGod, np, gl00:15
dreadiscoolwheatthin I'm a total noob, how would I do that?00:15
olddognewtrickssimilarly, on laptop B, when i try to ping, i get no response. on laptop B, when i try to pint, i get a response.00:15
wheatthin!fdisk | dreadiscool00:15
olddognewtrickswhat am i doing wrong?00:15
dreadiscoolI thought that fdisk wasn't supposed to be used...00:15
zykotick9dreadiscool: it's not...00:15
Guest23073he just to STUPID to figure it out.00:15
PashaPastahave a subnet set?00:15
dreadiscoolCan somebody please help me ;300:16
olddognewtricksPashaPasta: are you talking to me? ifconfig eth0 on laptop A says. inet  netmask  broadcast
PashaPastadreadiscool: http://www.webupd8.org/2009/10/linux-format-your-usb-drive-via-command.html00:16
kel39_can you run LXC (container) ontop of a xen hypervisor?00:17
olddognewtricksPashaPasta: and ifconfig eth0 on laptop B says. inet addr:  Bcast:  Mask:
wheatthin!parted | dreadiscool00:17
wheatthinor man parted00:17
wheatthineither one will do the trick00:18
dreadiscoolIt says unmount: command not found00:18
PashaPastaolddognewtricks: set address type to static, not pointtopoint00:18
kel39_not unmount00:18
PashaPastadreadiscool: umount00:18
wheatthinunmount isn't a command it's umount00:18
dreadiscoolAh that would be why00:18
kel39_linux, right?00:18
olddognewtricksPashaPasta: how do i do that?00:18
olddognewtricksalso, should i still be using ifconfig or should i use ip now?00:19
PashaPastaolddognewtricks: you could edit in /etc/network/interfaces00:19
olddognewtrickswell, i want to do it on the command line because i will be running this from live cds to do some backups for other people00:19
dreadiscoolorg.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Did not receive a reply. Possible casues include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.00:19
dreadiscoolThat's what I get00:19
PashaPastaolddognewtricks: yeah... nano /etc/network/interfaces00:19
olddognewtricksi know in the past pointopoint used to work but i'm not sure what else i need to do00:20
dreadiscool:3 Can someone tell me what to do with more in depth? Atm nothing is working, and people are offering conflicting advice00:21
dreadiscoolAnd I can't read 3 different manuals in one day just to get my computer working00:21
wheatthindreadiscool, I did not. use fdisk partition your drive00:21
wheatthinmake sure it's unmounted00:22
dreadiscoolwheatthin other people are saying not to use fdisk, which is what I'm talking about with the conflicting advice00:22
wheatthindreadiscool, don't listen to other people, just do what I suggested00:22
dreadiscoolHow do I find out what my partition is?00:22
dreadiscoolfdisk partition doesn't work'00:22
wheatthinsudo fdisk -l00:22
dreadiscoolWhen I type that into terminal00:22
Giwrgarasjust found another glitch00:22
PashaPastafdisk -l00:22
zykotick9dreadiscool: fyi, you aren't getting good advice from wheatthin - but do what you want.  fdisk - "should" work.00:23
dreadiscoolI get a blank response from sudo fdisk -l00:23
dreadiscoolIt just prints the bash thing again00:23
wheatthindid you use sudo?00:23
zykotick9dreadiscool: if your drive is larger then 2+TB then fdisk CAN'T work.00:23
PashaPastazykotick9: nothing wrong with fdisk if you have problems with it..it is usually a lyaer 8 problem00:23
dreadiscoolwaitng for the next command00:23
dreadiscoolYes, I did00:23
PashaPastait is a USB drive with u3...not going to have 2TB00:23
wheatthinzykotick9, why do you say I'm not getting good advice? fdisk has been around for years00:24
zykotick9wheatthin: fdisk is a BAD program.  use gdisk, or parted or gparted.00:24
wheatthinzykotick9, tell me where it says it's a bad program00:24
wheatthinlearn how to use it00:24
zykotick9wheatthin: wee "man fdisk" at the bottom (i'm assuming ubuntu's man page is the same as debian's here)00:25
wheatthinzykotick9, this isn't debian.. it's ubuntu00:25
zykotick9wheatthin: i agree...00:25
dreadiscool_My computer crasehd for the 4th time -.-00:25
PashaPastaubuntu is built on debian...so close enough00:25
dreadiscool_Can someone please just give me some commands to run so I can get my computer in a workable situation. I love to learn, and I really want to learn, but my computer is so unstable right now that I can't00:26
PashaPastadreadiscool_: http://www.webupd8.org/2009/10/linux-format-your-usb-drive-via-command.html00:26
wheatthindreadiscool do you have another computer to burn a dvd? or that can format your disk?00:26
dreadiscool_PashaPasta half the commands on there don't work00:26
dreadiscool_I don't have any other thing00:27
dreadiscool_I only have this one flash drive00:27
dreadiscool_sudo fdisk -l returns a blank output00:27
dreadiscool_Like literally nothing00:27
dreadiscool_Trying to wipe the drive from the startup disk creator resulted in the drive filling up with no space left00:27
dreadiscool_Nothing works00:27
PashaPastadreadiscool_: type in "df"00:27
dreadiscool_And my computer is crashing every 5 minutes00:27
PashaPastaget any output?00:27
wheatthindreadiscool, you need to boot from a live environment in order to use it00:27
dreadiscool_What does that even mean? :300:28
wheatthindreadiscool by using a livedvd or a thumb drive already installed, cause no commands will work while your disk is overfull00:28
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dreadiscool_wheatthin, I had the bootable usb stick, but I created a partition on my regular hdd and installed it00:29
Guest60402hello room any ladys in here00:29
dreadiscool_So atm it's running off my hdd00:29
dreadiscool_I want to wipe my usb, put ubuntu 12 on it as a bootable stick, remove my ubuntu 13 partition, and replace it with my ubuntu 12 partition00:29
wheatthindreadiscool_, you must have not given that newly created partition enough space00:29
dreadiscool_I gave it 120gb00:29
dreadiscool_I don't know how that's not enough :300:29
dreadiscool_So far nothing has been accomplished except 4 computer crashes00:30
wheatthindreadiscool_, obviously you ran out of space00:30
dreadiscool_How though, the only thing I installed was google chrome00:30
Ben64dreadiscool_: are you trying to run ubuntu from a flash drive or install it from a flash drive00:30
dreadiscool_It is running off my hdd right now on a 120gb partition00:31
Ben64dreadiscool_: what is? 13.04?00:31
wheatthinyou partitioned it wrong00:31
dreadiscool_Yes, it is 13.0400:31
wheatthin120gb is plenty for everything to run00:31
dreadiscool_Ben64 I used the slider thing on Ubuntu's installation thing00:31
Ben64dreadiscool_: ok... you're jumping all over the place. focus on one thing at a time00:32
dreadiscool_Here is my scenario - I have Ubuntu 13.04 running off a 120gb partition on my hdd. It is really bad, and crashy. I had installed it using a USB stick. Here is where I want to go - I want to clear my 120gb partition and use it to install Ubuntu 12 on it (better stability)00:32
wheatthinkiller is there something you need to ask?00:32
Ben64dreadiscool_: download the 12.04 iso, install unetbootin, run unetbootin and put the 12.04 iso onto the flash drive00:32
dreadiscool_Ben64 I have the iso00:33
softcoderhi people, i am uisng ubunti 13.04 64 bit00:33
dreadiscool_What will unetbootin do differently that ubuntu's startup disk creator can't?00:33
gordonjcpdreadiscool_: download the 12.04 ISO, use dd to put the ISO onto a USB stick, and reinstall 12.0400:33
softcoderWhen i plugin in my motorolla zoom via usb it mounts but shows an empty mtp folder00:33
gordonjcpdreadiscool_: simple00:33
dreadiscool_My USB disk is now apparently filled with garbage00:33
gordonjcpdreadiscool_: DO NOT USE UNETBOOTIN00:33
softcoderbut no files show00:33
softcoderany idea what is wrong?00:33
dreadiscool_gordonjcp it is not simple, because my flash drive has no space gahhh00:33
dreadiscool_Trying to wipe my flash drive resulted in it completely filling up...00:33
wheatthindd will format it00:34
gordonjcpdreadiscool_: doesn't matter00:34
dreadiscool_How am I supposed to install it then...00:34
gordonjcpdreadiscool_: dd will nuke anything that is on there already00:34
dreadiscool_What is dd00:34
gordonjcpdreadiscool_: it's a command in the terminal00:34
gordonjcpit's very useful00:34
killerI had windows on my lenovo netbook and it ran smoothly, but when i installe ubuntu on it with gome fallback mode, i cann't run even the basic videos smoothly thatwas smooth in windows 700:34
gordonjcpit's very, very dangerous00:34
dreadiscool_I just ran it, what does it do00:34
gordonjcpbut hey, most useful things are somewhat dangerous00:34
OerHeksdreadiscool_,  you forgot to say it is an U3 device00:34
Ben64gordonjcp: its dangerous so use it instead of unetbootin? :|00:34
gordonjcpdreadiscool_: it copies from one device to another00:34
Ben64OerHeks: it's not00:34
wheatthin!language | dreadiscool_00:34
ubottudreadiscool_: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.00:34
gordonjcpBen64: unetbootin does not produce a bootable USB stick00:35
Ben64yes it does00:35
PashaPastayes it does, it will toss syslinux on there for booting00:35
gordonjcpit only does if the stick is partitioned and formatted *exactly* the way unetbootin expects00:35
gordonjcpunetbootin works about one time in ten00:35
dreadiscool_How do I delete my current ubuntu 120gb partition?00:35
ubottuUbuntu bug 120 in Launchpad itself "removing acoli from my languages list and saving gets me a system error" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/12000:35
ubottuFor information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent00:35
PashaPastaworks far more often than that for me00:35
wheatthindreadiscool_, dd copies the iso byte for byte to the desired location00:35
gordonjcpsince dreadiscool_ already has a working install, just use dd00:35
Ben64dreadiscool_: don't worry about that right now, just get the usb working00:35
IdleOneumm, that isn't true. may be your experience but not for everybody.00:36
dreadiscool_Ok so can someone help me00:36
gordonjcp!install | dreadiscool_00:36
ubottudreadiscool_: Ubuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall - See also !automate00:36
dreadiscool_I do not know what commands to run and I can't read a manual because my computer crashes every 10 minutes00:36
softcoderhelp me find why my xoom tablet i cannot see the files on it when i plug it in via USB?00:36
dreadiscool_I can't read a manual right now my system itself is not stable00:36
gordonjcpdreadiscool_: if your computer crashes every ten minutes, you have hardware problems00:36
softcoderusing nautilus00:36
dreadiscool_gordonjcp it doesn't happen on my windows installation, and it never happened when I had ubuntu 1200:37
Ben64dreadiscool_: use unetbootin to put the iso on the flash drive, boot from the flash drive and install ubuntu00:37
dreadiscool_It's ubuntu 13 that's messing up my system hard core00:37
wheatthindreadiscool_, if you installed using your flash drive, reboot from that said flash drive and reinstall00:37
dreadiscool_How do I reboot a flash drive00:37
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wheatthinno.. reboot your stupid computer00:37
Ben64wheatthin: except its 13.04 on the flash drive, how is that going to help?00:37
wheatthinBen64, he said he installed ubuntu on a 120gb partition on his hdd00:38
dreadiscool_wheatthin, that flash drive is a goner right now, it's filled with 7.5gb or so of garbage data00:38
dreadiscool_I can't wipe it or put anything on it00:38
dreadiscool_Trying to do anything to it results in an error, something about a bus failure00:38
PashaPastadreadiscool_: try a different USB port00:38
wheatthindreadiscool_, then you'll have to gain access to another computer, and wipe it as your can't run any commands because your disk is full00:38
dreadiscool_wheatthin my disk is not full it has 120gb of space :300:38
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dreadiscool_Ubuntu can't communicate with my flash drive00:39
wheatthinDUDE, if you can't run any programs cause it giving errors and complaining about it being full and is crashing, then what do you think?00:39
Ben64dreadiscool_: pastebin the output of "sudo fdisk -l"00:39
usercheck_i'm using firefox,and use proxy to increase speed. when i'm connect to google, i had get error:" http error 504:Gateway timeout" .then i'm try using another proxy ,its same in error.(504). but, when no use proxy:it is normally. is it caused by my system or proxies that i use?.thx00:39
dreadiscool_It prints nothing00:39
wheatthinBen64, he said it gives a blank return00:39
dreadiscool_Ben64, completely blank00:39
Ben64dreadiscool_: yes it does00:39
dreadiscool_As in it just goes to the next line00:39
Ben64dreadiscool_: you need to use sudo00:40
wheatthinhe did00:40
dreadiscool_Ben64 I did00:40
Ben64dreadiscool_: ok... then what is the output of "sudo whoami"00:40
dreadiscool_Here is the exact command I ran: 'sudo fdisk -l'00:40
Ben64then "sudo parted -l"00:40
wilee-nileedreadiscool_> root?00:41
dreadiscool_Error: /dev/sr0: unrecognised disk label00:41
Ben64dreadiscool_: there should be a lot more than one line, pastebin it all00:41
dreadiscool_That's the only line00:41
wheatthindrive must be failing then00:42
user321hi. i configured my wlan interface to be a hotspot (with hostapd, network manager didnt make it) and it works fine. but it wont start up automatically, i created a file in /etc/default like the tutorial told me though. i can bring it up with a command so if noone knows why the daemon way fails we could also try to add a line to some startup script.00:42
dreadiscool_It writes a bunch of blank lines though00:42
dreadiscool_Then it says that00:42
Ben64dreadiscool_: unplug usb drive, wait a couple seconds, plug it back in, then pastebin the output of "dmesg"00:42
dreadiscool_I couldn't get all of it because I couldn't scroll up enough00:43
PashaPastadreadiscool_: then use "dmesg > blahblah.txt"00:44
user321so following my own proposal, how would i do it to make a command be run before a user has to log in?00:45
wheatthinuser321, what command would that be?00:45
dreadiscool_Pastie says -> Your paste cannot be larger than 64 kb. Sorry.00:45
wheatthindrive is full00:45
Ben64dreadiscool_: uh... looks like you have a broken drive or something00:45
PashaPastause pastebin?00:46
dreadiscool_No, pastie is what I am using to post the text file log00:46
user321wheatthin, /usr/sbin/hostapd  /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf00:46
dreadiscool_So what can be done to fix it? :300:46
wheatthinuser321, you can put it in a script and use cron to make it launch at startup00:46
wheatthindreadiscool_, df -h00:47
Ben64dreadiscool_: sr0 is usually your cd/dvd drive, do you have one in that computer?00:47
dreadiscool_I have a cd in my comp with some music on it00:48
user321wheatthin, afaik this whole cron system has been reworked some time ago and im not familiar how to do it now, is there a wiki / tutorial?00:48
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Ben64dreadiscool: well take it out, and df shows that your flash drive appears to be there00:48
wheatthin!cron | user32100:48
ubottuuser321: cron is a way to schedule execution of software/scripts. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CronHowto00:48
user321wheatthin, thanks00:49
dreadiscoolIt says that I can't send to channel00:49
dreadiscoolIs the word w1ndows blocked, lol00:49
foobarfoobarI am trying to install ubuntu on a Asus X301 with windows 8 installed on00:50
foobarfoobarbut impossible to boot on the usb key00:50
usercheck_i'm using firefox,and use proxy to increase speed. when i'm connect to google, i had get error:" http error 504:Gateway timeout" .then i'm try using another proxy ,its same in error.(504). but, when no use proxy:it is normally. is it caused by my system or proxies that i use?.thx00:50
dreadiscoolWell, ubuntu is just not working out. I suspect that if it was made easier to use, then more people would switch. Back to windows I go00:50
dreadiscoolBye everyone and thanks for your help!00:50
Ben64dreadiscool: ok have fun00:50
foobarfoobarso i can not boot on this hell usb key00:51
foobarfoobarwith xubuntu installed on00:51
wheatthin!uefi | foobarfoobar00:51
ubottufoobarfoobar: 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/UEFI00:51
foobarfoobarubottu: thanks!00:51
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ubottufoobarfoobar: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)00:52
Prock81how can i grep for 'gps' in dmesg00:52
zykotick9Prock81: "dmesg | grep -i gps"00:53
wheatthinProck81, dmesg | grep gps00:53
* usercheck_ :is my question =stupied question?00:54
wheatthinBen64, after all that, he could have used windows to reformat his usb drive and install the stupid iso, to redo ubuntu00:54
wheatthinfor whatever reason dbus was messing up on him00:55
* usercheck_ is my question =stupied question?00:55
xjkxBought a new motherboard/processor. Took off one old hd that I believe wasnt being used anyway. I have this on grub from ubuntu, to load arch linux, "linux /boot/vmlinuz-linux root=UUID=09fa9255-faac-4fb0-96e0-8623293d0927 ro", and when I boot, it says this uuid was not found, but it exists, my ls -l /dev/disk/by-uuid shows my sda10 as such, lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 11 Jun 28 21:47 09fa9255-faac-4fb0-96e0-8623293d0927 -> ../../sda10 so whats wrong00:57
wheatthinxjkx this isn't arch00:57
wheatthin#arch I believe is where you want to be00:57
xjkxwheatthin: the grub is in ubuntu00:58
* usercheck_ peoples in this channel are smart,but i'm stupid. and my question is stupied.caused that, it is don't need to be answer.ok. 00:58
wheatthinxjkx, umm so you have ubuntu and arch installed?00:58
wheatthinxjkx, http://askubuntu.com/questions/97560/adding-archlinux-to-dualboot-without-messing-up-grub00:59
mnathaniHow does one set services to start on boot, I am looking for a chkconfig like utility on Ubuntu. (I am coming from mainly CentOS installs)00:59
jribmnathani: what service?01:00
zykotick9mnathani: upstart is manual... ubuntu users aren't expected to "manage" services01:00
wilee-nileemnathani, There is startup applications, you need to populate it though for what is starting now.01:00
gordonjcpmnathani: is this on a server?  Maybe you could ask in #ubuntu-server01:01
mnathaniyes, this is a server. Things like apache, bind, mysql01:01
wheatthinmnathani, those are setup automatically01:01
Prock81how can i tell what /dev/* belongs to my gps, built into laptop01:01
gordonjcpmnathani: this channel is mostly concerned with desktop Ubuntu, and you'll end up getting dodgy information01:01
wheatthinwhen you install them01:01
gordonjcpProck81: what does it show up as?01:01
gordonjcpProck81: USB serial?01:02
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xjkxwheatthin: Yes, I'll check that thanks01:02
Prock81i dont know, the card is usb for wifi, but it also has gps01:02
jribmnathani: then it depends on whether or not the service still uses sysv-init or has been updated to use upstart.  For services that use sysv-init (i.e. file exists for it in /etc/init.d), you can use sysv-rc-conf.  For services that use upstart (i.e. file does not exist in /etc/init.d for it), you must edit files manually.  Read about "manual overrides" in the upstart cookbook.  But yes, when you install a01:03
jribservice, it should automatically be setup to start at boot01:03
gordonjcpProck81: poke around in dmesg and see what it says01:03
gordonjcpProck81: unfortunately there is no easy way to just say a magic word and have it come back with "THIS IS YOUR GPS"01:03
gordonjcpProck81: chances are it will show up as a serial device, maybe /dev/ttyUSB001:03
Prock81my dmesg has so much in it now, before it looked clean, now that i been tring to get the gps going its full of nonsence01:04
gordonjcpProck81: anyway, when you find out what it is, you want to look into setting up a udev rule so it always stays on the same /dev/tty* port01:04
gordonjcpProck81: maybe try syslog, which is much the same thing01:04
Prock81i have ttyUSB 0~201:04
gordonjcpProck81: oh cool01:04
gordonjcpProck81: as a very basic first test, try catting them01:05
gordonjcpcat /dev/ttyUSB001:05
gordonjcpand so on01:05
gordonjcpmaybe nothing will happen01:05
Prock81there is one gps app that say it cant init /dev/ttyS0 ?01:05
Prock81even if i tell it ttyUSB001:05
gordonjcpProck81: that's looking for a real physical serial port01:06
gordonjcpProck81: also check your permissions for the ports01:06
DatWolfHey guys01:07
Prock81cat /dev/ttyUSB0 just sits there01:07
wheatthinDatWolf, just state your question plz01:07
Prock81and how to check my permissions for the ports01:07
DatWolfWell, I'm running 32bit ubuntu on my machine and I was considering switching to 64bit, is it worth the time to upgrade?01:07
wheatthinDatWolf, ehh depends.. on a few things01:08
zykotick9DatWolf: how much memory do you have?01:08
DatWolfWhat does it depend on?01:08
DatWolfI have 16gb01:08
wheatthinDatWolf, like how much ram you have installed, and what type of programs that must utilize more than 3gb of ram01:08
zykotick9DatWolf: lol, then that is a YES01:08
DatWolfSo I should upgrade?01:09
wheatthinI would01:09
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zykotick9DatWolf: you can't really "upgrade" easily, you'd need to fresh install with 64bit01:09
wheatthinunless you install the pae kernel01:09
DatWolfI know.01:09
DatWolfIt wont take me long to re-download and install my basic stuff...01:09
wheatthinDatWolf, if you don't want to reinstall, stick with 32bit. or install pae kernel01:10
zykotick9DatWolf: with 16GB memory, the answer is "yes you should be use 64bit"  - 32bit+PAE is a "hack" (and not in a good way)01:10
wheatthinit's not a hack.. it just doesn't have 64bit addressing01:10
DatWolfI'll be back in a bit... going to install 64bit01:10
DatWolfquickest way to re-format a flash drive in ubuntu? :)01:11
wheatthinDatWolf, using mkefs... but it really depends on what filesystem you want01:11
DatWolfI want to format it to fat3201:12
DatWolfbecause I'm going to use unetbootin to install ubuntu 64bit on it01:12
killerhow can i clean all apt-get  (as i m getting errors)01:12
wheatthinDatWolf, use gparted01:12
DatWolfI have gparted..01:12
DatWolfjust no idea how to use it...01:12
wheatthinit's pretty easy01:13
wheatthin!gparted | DatWolf01:13
ubottuDatWolf: gparted is a !GTK/!Gnome !GUI partitioning program. Type « sudo apt-get install gparted » in a console to install it - A GParted "live" CD is available at http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php01:13
DatWolfdo I just..01:13
usercheck_i'm use proxy. when i'm connect to google, i had get error:" http error 504:Gateway timeout" .then i'm try using another proxy ,its same in error.(504). but, when no use proxy:it is normally. is it caused by my system or proxies that i use?.thx01:13
zykotick9DatWolf: ok, if you can't use gparted, perhaps you should stick with 32bit (it's easier)01:13
DatWolfwhat type of proxies?01:13
DatWolfSocks or a http/https?01:13
wheatthinDatWolf, proxies? that's a whole new question01:13
DatWolfI'm talking to usercheck_01:14
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wheatthink.. well then use the nick first :)01:14
wheatthinusercheck_, if it's a tor proxy, then google doesn't allow queries from them01:15
DatWolfusercheck_: if you're going to use a proxy I'd suggest you go ahead and use a vpn... less likely to be blacklisted and normally faster.01:16
usercheck_DatWolf, proxy type= http01:16
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wheatthinusercheck_, is it connected to a tor proxy exit node?01:17
usercheck_wheatthin,  proxies that i mean proxy in plural.01:17
wheatthinusercheck_, so explain what connects to what01:17
wheatthinusercheck_, for instance, I have privoxy connected to torsocks proxy which is then using a tor exit nodes01:19
usercheck_DatWolf, i'm sorry, i'm not yet knowing about vpn .maybe i must learn it before.01:19
usercheck_wheatthin, i'm sorry too,about tor proxy, i'm not yet knowing it, so i will learn it before.01:19
wheatthinusercheck_, so what are you using as a proxy?01:20
DatWolfWell... usercheck_  is either a troll... or an idiot...01:20
DatWolfI'm not really sure...01:20
wheatthinDatWolf, please don't put down people in here01:21
DatWolfThat was a nice as I could put it.01:21
wheatthinjust reframe from commenting then01:21
usercheck_DatWolf, altought,i don't about vpn, but you are correct, caused seldom i'm get error. i think that what you say:blacklisted query.01:21
victor_the_nubIt Worked!!!01:22
bazhang!guidelines > DatWolf01:22
ubottuDatWolf, please see my private message01:22
DatWolfusercheck_: Consider downloading a a program called hotspotshield01:22
DatWolfIf your problem is blocked sites, it should do.01:22
usercheck_wheatthin, "so what are you using as a proxy", my answer: i'm using http proxy port 3128.01:23
wheatthinusercheck_, is this your native language?01:23
DatWolfusercheck_: What's your goal of using a proxy?01:23
usercheck_DatWolf, about a troll and idiot, am i idiot?01:23
DatWolfHe's a troll.01:23
usercheck_DatWolf,  hotspotshield?,is it software?01:24
kellyhello guys , I've Nvidia 440 GT , i want to install the nvidia proprietary driver , and i see in the software source - additional driver tab i see 310 driver (tested) and 304 driver which one i choose to install01:24
DatWolfIt's a vpn.01:24
wheatthinusercheck_, What proxy are you using bro? simple question.. I'm not looking for your settings just yet01:24
DatWolfHe's a fucking idiot01:24
DatWolfand doesnt speak English.01:24
wheatthinDatWolf, you're gonna get banned01:24
usercheck_DatWolf, i know that you are smart. so don't say to another person that he an idiot or similiar call.thx01:25
wheatthinusercheck_, so instead of paying attention to him listen to what I'm asking01:25
wheatthinusercheck_, are you using squid?01:26
zykotick9kelly: 310 was the driver nvidia + ubuntu made for steam.  i'd recommend that one.01:26
usercheck_all:i'm sorry i'm reading all that you are typing. so i must slowly to read it,.01:26
kellythank you , any suggestions after install the driver ?01:27
usercheck_wheatthin, i'm using http proxy01:27
wheatthin!squid | usercheck_01:27
ubottuusercheck_: squid is a caching proxy for the Web.  See: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SquidGuard  See: http://www.squid-cache.org01:27
killeranyone can help me with that , whenever i try to install/remove something , i get this "http://pastebin.com/JT21GeuF"01:27
usercheck_wheatthin, i don't know before about squid. i must learn any knowledge.01:28
wheatthinusercheck_, You have to have a valid proxy setup first before you can use one01:28
OerHekskiller, close softwarecenter if you have it running at the same time01:28
straemerhas anyone gotten an error where ~/.xsession-errors fills up their hard drive?01:29
straemerAnd is there a more elegant solution to this than removing that file and making a symlink to /dev/null with its name?01:29
wheatthinstraemer, plz pastebin your file01:30
straemerI deleted it, it was ~70GB01:30
wheatthinholy geez01:30
straemerya, the problem is that it just grew to a ridiculous size lol01:31
OerHeksif you did not fix the cause of the error, the new xsession-error will be filled again with an error that could help us solving01:31
usercheck_wheatthin, "You have to have a valid proxy setup first before you can use one", : so i have correct?01:31
wheatthinusercheck_, I don't know if you do or not. Did you?01:32
psusistraemer, yea, see what is filling it up and fix it or stop running that program01:32
wheatthinusercheck_, You have squid default settings, but you must have a squid proxy installed and running01:33
usercheck_wheatthin, i'm sorry sir. so what command that i can follow your sugestion?01:33
straemeralright, well it's only happened once. I'll just ignore it for now then I guess lol01:33
usercheck_wheatthin, that you mean, for this time, i'm not ye running it?, so i must running it?01:34
usercheck_*wheatthin, that you mean, for this time, i'm not yet running it?, so i must running it?01:34
wheatthinusercheck_, so there's no communication gap, what is your native language?01:34
foobarfoobarits again me01:34
foobarfoobarso i have an asus x201e01:34
foobarfoobarwith windows01:34
FloodBot1foobarfoobar: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.01:35
wheatthinuse one line only plz01:35
usercheck_english but my english is bad.so i'm sorry caused that.01:35
killerwhenever i try to install something , i get:Could not exec dpkg!01:35
killerE: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (100)01:35
foobarfoobarI burned an iso of xubuntu 64bit, but still impossible to boot on :(01:35
wheatthinusercheck_, so what other language do you speak better?01:35
PashaPastafoobarfoobar: you need to look into how to install ubuntu with UEFI bios01:35
foobarfoobarSecure boot has been disabled01:35
usercheck_wheatthin, indo.01:35
wheatthin!indo | usercheck_01:36
cowdog1cool nick01:36
foobarfoobarPashaPasta: I looked but it is impossible to boot01:36
usercheck_wheatthin,  so what command that i must type in bash?01:36
foobarfoobari am stuck at step301:36
PashaPastaI can't help outside of documentation, I avoid UEFI like the plague01:37
wheatthin!indonesian | usercheck_01:37
ubottuusercheck_: join ke #ubuntu-id untuk membahas ubuntu dalam bahasa Indonesia01:37
usercheck_wheatthin, command to see squid01:37
cowdog1Im hacker01:37
foobarfoobarthis make me mad01:37
wheatthincowdog1, Umm do you have a question, this is a support chat01:37
foobarfoobarI hate installation process it is so herculean01:37
cowdog1you noob01:38
foobarfoobar /k cowdog101:38
wheatthincowdog1, that's not cool.. plz keep comments like that to yourself01:39
cowdog1serbian hack team01:39
visievionthe hell.01:39
wheatthincowdog1, we don't care. either you have a question, or you need to leave01:40
cowdog1Do you want to make a circus ?01:40
foobarfoobarlol why dont you try to hack and let older people talk :)01:40
PashaPastathe serb hack team, al qassam and the others...they're the real noobs :)01:40
cowdog1you broke me01:41
tab1293what is the equivalent package in 13.04 as this linux-backports-modules-cw-3.6-quantal-generic01:41
foobarfoobarWhatever, anybody had experienced the installation with x201e?01:41
wheatthin!ot | cowdog101:41
ubottucowdog1: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!01:41
PashaPastago deface and brag about it on voxanon01:41
wheatthinif you don't listen, you'll get banned01:41
killerE: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (100)01:41
killercould not exec dpkg!01:41
cowdog1otiso sam01:42
OerHekskiller, close softwarecenter if you have it running at the same time01:42
killerOerHeks: i did01:43
killerOerHeks: now error id reduced a i told01:44
killercould not exec dpkg!01:44
killerE: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (100)01:44
usercheck_wheatthin, thx. but am i still enter this channel, caused English is a language that is clear to learn about computer system ,no has ambigues.  although I have not so good in expressing,but I will try to learn more English. so i'm sorry if my english for this time is bad,so i will try learn it.01:45
JoseeAntonioRHey guys, on a PC now. I'll repeat, I'm having problems with the booting, it gets stuck in the splash screen. I've deactivated and seen the logs, there's no apparent error. Also, nomodeset doesn't seem to help.01:45
Israel@JoseeAntonioR 32 bit or 64 bit machine (Intel or AMD?)01:46
JoseeAntonioRIsrael, 32bits, Intel processor01:46
nicekiwianyone installed Ubuntu on the latest MacBook Air?01:46
ubottuFor help on installing and using Ubuntu on a mac, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MactelSupportTeam/CommunityHelpPages01:47
Israel@JoseeAntonioR have you tried anyother kernel parameters like acpi=off?01:47
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usercheck_wheatthin, thx.01:47
JoseeAntonioRIsrael, not at all, but doesn't seem like a graphics problem. It was working completely fine yesterday01:47
foobarfoobarnobody to help me?01:47
Israel@foobarfoobar what is your problem, I just joined01:48
Dr_willisfoobarfoobar,  people are constantly comming and leaveing...01:48
nicekiwiFyodoronvz, that page is years out of date01:48
foobarfoobarI am trying to install xubuntu 13.04 on an Asus x201e with window 8 on01:48
foobarfoobarI looked to the online tutorial01:48
foobarfoobarI disabled secure boot and all strange features in the BIOS01:49
foobarfoobarbut still can not boot on my usb key01:49
foobarfoobarand this is a 64bit version of xubuntu01:49
Dr_willisyou did verify the usb key boots other pcs?01:49
Israel@JoseeAntonioR   acpi is actually advance configuration & power interface.  I had a machine that needed to have that feature to boot properly until I could narrow it down more01:49
wilee-nileefoobarfoobar, Best help on uefi is at the UF check this help thread and start a thread if needed, and get some patience. ;)  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=214729501:49
foobarfoobarDr_willis: yes it worked on an old computer01:49
JoseeAntonioRIsrael, if you give me a couple minutes I can try and boot with acpi off, and if it doesn't work I'll be back on the live DVD in a wile.01:50
ubottuIf an APT front-end crashed and your database is locked, try this in a !terminal: « sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a »01:50
OerHekskiller ^^01:50
Israel@JoseeAntonioR, what??  a liveDVD works?01:50
JoseeAntonioRIsrael, yes, I'm on a live session right now. as I said, everything was working fine until I turned my PC today. I'm a regular user.01:51
Israel@JoseeAntonioR I didn't catch that... what happened?  did you install something change a config file, update, etc??  what version are you running?01:51
JoseeAntonioRIsrael, running under raring. yesterday I did an update but didn't actually catch what was it doing.01:52
jjgalvez__I am trying to turn off gnome-screensaver so that I can use xscreensaver, but if I try to run gnome-screensaver-command --exit from the "startup" items it still seems to be running after I login. How can I disable gnome-screensaver?01:52
Israel@JoseeAntonioR  OK, you need to first find out what updated... hold on I will get the code up here... let me find it....01:53
killerOerHeks: I have never seen this , sudo dpkg --configure -a,dpkg commandd not found01:53
OerHeksme neither :-(01:54
JoseeAntonioRkiller, I think the command is dpkg-reconfigure01:54
Dr_willisYes. it is.01:54
Israel@JoseeAntonioR Can you boot into the rescue mode of your install01:55
JoseeAntonioRIsrael, yep01:55
killerplease specify a package to reconfigure01:56
JoseeAntonioRkiller, what did you want to do?01:56
Israel@JoseeAntonioR cat /var/log/dpkg.log | grep "\ install\ "  >> dpkg.txt01:57
killerI wanted to remove a package,01:57
JoseeAntonioRkiller, that's sudo apt-get remove <packagename>01:57
Israel@JoseeAntonioR this will save all the recently installed packages into the text file dpkg.txt01:57
JoseeAntonioRok, second01:57
Israel@killer what is your issue?01:58
killerwhenever i try to install /remove a package , i get :01:59
JoseeAntonioRIsrael, isn't the grep with upgrade?01:59
killerCould not exec dpkg!01:59
killerE: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (100)01:59
JoseeAntonioRkiller, it's sudo apt-get install <packagename> or sudo apt-get remove <packagename>02:00
Israel@killer sudo apt-get -f install will try to fix your partially installed packages... see if that helps first02:01
JoseeAntonioRIsrael, http://paste.ubuntu.com/5809638/ has the list of all the packages I upgraded yesterday02:02
Israel@JoseeAntonioR sorry, I should have been more clear... you need to boot into your recovery console for your harddrive installation and grep the log file.  Then you can find out what borked the system.  and remove that pacage02:02
JoseeAntonioRI can do it from the live session too, just need to find the right path :)02:02
killerIsrael: nope still the same error02:03
Israel@JoseeAntonioR too right apparently you figured it out... it looks like you updated Mesa02:04
Israel@killer did you already run  sudo dpkg -reconfigure -a02:04
JoseeAntonioRIsrael, any idea on how to get it fixed?02:04
killerIsrael: yea02:05
killerbut it says dpkg command not found02:06
jjgalvez__how do you disable gnome-screensaver so that I can use xscreensaver?02:06
kel39_someone was telling me here, ubottu runs on supybot - what is the plugin for all the common things? Like a huge JSON response file or something?02:08
Prock81im using tab complete so i didnt manually type this in, but i get this... cat: /dev/serial/by-id/usb-Foxconn_Dell_Wireless_5630__EVDO-HSPA__Mobile_Broadband_Mini-Card-if0: No such file or directory02:10
Prock81anyone know why that happens?02:10
CarlFKkel39 the code is around somewhere, prolly launchpad.  (I skimmed over it once)  I seem to remember mysql02:11
Israel@JoseeANtonioR not sure quite yet... there are 2 or 3 ways to do it...  install from a PPA, force a downgrade to a previous package or look around for a workaround.02:11
Israel@killer it says dpkg command not found?  are you sure you have the spaces correct?  dpkg(SPACE)-configure(SPACE)-a02:12
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CarlFKProck81: I am guessing the dashes .. try " around it02:12
Israel@killer  sorry !configure    use reconfigure02:12
CarlFKwhats the chrome browser add on that will change the .. um.. client name? so a site thinks I am using IE02:13
HexagoniteWhat's the best USB writer for making a Windows USB?02:13
Hexagonite*Don't hate me, I need it for a review.02:13
CarlFKwhat;s a windows usb?02:14
killerdpkg -reconfigure -a02:14
killerThe program 'dpkg' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing:02:14
TechmanCarlFK: You can use Chrome's development tools to spoof the user agent02:14
killersudo apt-get install dpkg02:14
CarlFKTechman: user agent.. right.  are the tools installed?02:14
TechmanClick the menu button, and developer tools should be there02:15
TechmanYou need the web inspector02:15
CarlFKah, fond them.. now for user agent...02:15
TechmanAfter you open that up, click the gear at the bottom right02:15
TechmanUser agent switching should be shown in the settings02:15
HexagoniteNever mind, heard Unetbootin works.02:15
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Israel@killer woah...  did you recently install or unistall something?  Can you open software-center or synaptic package manager02:17
wilee-nileeCarlFK, Firefox has an addon use agent switcher if you want to use it periodically.02:19
CarlFKwilee-nilee: thanks -02:19
killerIsrael: i think i deleted soe file of dpkg , other than that i upgraded kernel02:23
Israel@killer hmmm.... well whatever you deleted is what is causing this problem.... what version of ubuntu do you have?02:25
Israel@killer you will need to completely reinstall dpkg, then.... you tried using apt-get and that didn't work?  Have you run sudo apt-get update?02:29
killeryes, all of that02:30
Israel@killer http://packages.ubuntu.com/raring/dpkg has the package... choose 386 for intel or amd64 and pick the place to download it from, open it and install it.02:31
CarlFKI am not sure how you would "install" dpkg .. kinda a chicken n egg problem I bet02:32
Israel@JoseAntonioR are you still there?02:32
CarlFKmaybe apt or gdebi don't use dpkg, but that seems odd02:32
Israel@CarlFK... oh yeah.... hmmm compile from source I suppose? gdebi I think uses dpkg... actually probably all debian package managers use dpkg in one way or another02:33
Israel@killer http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/d/dpkg/dpkg_1.16.10ubuntu1.tar.xz is the source....02:34
CarlFKIsrael: the dpkg you linked to is a zip? that has the binary in it.. maybe drop it in /tmp and use it to install itself?02:34
Israel@killer http://askubuntu.com/questions/25961/how-to-install-a-tar-gz-or-tar-bz2-file explains how to install (it is easier than you think....02:34
killerI have done alot of compilation stuff, on my previous linux systems,so i know how to compile02:36
Israel@CarlFK it is a deb file.... so you would need to open it with software center, or gdebi, (or sudo dpkg -i dpkg*.deb  if it weren't chicken egg stuff)02:36
Israel@killer  great.. it is really easy (usually... dependancies can be hard sometimes) , some people are not keen on it :)02:37
killerbut it has a lot of dependencies that ,usually i would do apt-get build-dep dpkg , but here it willl bee hard i guess02:38
daftykinsyou could just fix it via livecd and chroot or some such02:39
CarlFKIsrael: but a .deb is just a bunch of files .. like a zip or tar.. and it uses something like that02:39
Israel@killer I wish there was a cleaner simpler fix, but btrfs is not quite there for the snapshots....02:39
Israel@CarlFK.... right.. I guess you could just read the control file and put things where they need to go.... but it would be cleaner to build it from source, i think...02:41
Israel@killer https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CheckInstall02:41
CarlFKIsrael: yeah - kinda depends on how broken the current system is - I haven't been following02:42
Israel@killer... but you probably don't already have that installed...02:42
abetuskI asked before but I'm sorry, I already forgot the answer.  I'm looking to buy a low-end inkjet printer.  Are there brands I should be looking for?  Staying away from?02:42
killerWhat i was really trying to do was get video driver working for my netbook02:43
Israel@CarlFK I kinda came in late too... by all means your advice is much appreciated...  I jut thought installing the deb file used the control file/fules file/ dpkg.install etc... to force it to install things in the right areas...02:43
Israel@killer what kind?  Raedeon Nvidia?02:44
killerNetbook , lenovo ideapad s110, ubuntu is n't able to play even the videos but what windows 7 used to play smoothlyy02:45
killernetbook ,doesn't use graphic cards02:45
varunendrakiller, do you know which graphics chip and driver your netbook is using? If not, you can get it with : lspci -nnk | grep -iA2 vga02:48
Israel@killer I have never used a netbook...it must have integrated graphics, though02:48
tones_how do you adjust the monitor sleep time?02:49
killeryes, it has integrated graphics02:49
CarlFKIsrael: carl@dc10:~/temp/y$ ar t dpkg_1.16.10ubuntu1_amd64.deb debian-binary ...  shows 3 tar file, untar ... lots of files..  http://paste.ubuntu.com/5809706/02:50
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Israel@CarlFK nice... it is worth trying to figure out if you can simply untar it and install everything in the right place.02:53
Prock81tones_ i dont remember the parameters but someone had help me stop my moniter from being able to blank out using "xset"02:54
Prock81that was a different distro long agao02:55
wheatthinProck81, now it's xrandr02:55
wheatthinI believe02:56
CarlFKIsrael: my thought was to untar it all into a temp dir, then try to use the binary in that dir to: "dpkg -i dpkg_1.16.10ubuntu1_amd64.deb"  but given how many files there are.. i doubt that will just work02:56
Prock81that sounts familiar too lol02:56
Israel@killer have you been following CarlFK's last few statements?  what do you think?02:57
varunendratones_, isn't "System Settings > Power > Suspend setting" what you want ?02:57
tones_xset and xrandr aren't in the repository02:57
Israel@CarlFK i think that you would have to manually do everything.  manually extract each directory... the possibility of further borking it seems pretty large...02:58
Israel@CarlFK it seems they logged off anyway.... hmmm02:58
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Prock81i know xset is already in 12.04 i just tried messing with it before i went to tri and help you02:59
CarlFKIsrael: yeah - I was hoping there were just a few files... I have no idea what the right thing to do is02:59
wheatthinxrandr comes with xorg02:59
tones_varunendra, yes but it's set at an hour but it goes sleep sooner than that02:59
varunendratones_, are you sure it is "sleep" not just turning off the screen? (Brightness & Lock)03:02
Israel@CarlFK install the LTS on your production machine and use the other computer for the interim releases :)03:02
CarlFKIsrael: heh.. yeah..03:03
Prock81tones_ does your power / charging light blink when it happens03:03
tones_Prock81, no03:04
varunendratones_, I see, you said "monitor sleep time", so it must be the "Brightness & Lock" setting.03:04
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KuroshitaMy dynamic dns address is no longer working after I ran apt-get remove mono-complete. How do I fix this?03:18
KuroshitaThe server is running ejabberd, apache, tt-rss and owncloud and all and inaccessible from the dynamic dns address. If that helps03:19
Sector_0does anyone know why programs to emulate the mouse using a gamepad doesn't work with games?03:27
Sector_0I'm tried qjoypad, and xpadder(using wine) and both of them had the same problem...03:27
Sector_0they work fine outside of games...but when I try to use them in-game its just point down to the ground and starts spinning03:28
Sector_0i'm using ubuntu 12.04LTS and my control is a generic 'DragonRise' controller03:29
Sector_0at least that's how linux detects it03:29
Sector_0the gamepad also works properly since i've used it on windows, and like i said things work outside of games03:29
savagecrocdoes anyone know of any guides on how to apt-get update/upgrade on a staging server and then sync those changes to a production server where the production server does not have a copy of gcc?03:30
reisiosavagecroc: what does gcc have to do with it03:33
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savagecrocreisio: because normally you need gcc to compile stuff03:40
din2yes what does gcc have to do with apt?03:40
reisioright, but normally you don't compile stuff on Ubuntu03:40
din2apt installs pre-compiled binaries.03:41
savagecrocah right, so on a production server if i'm using apt, it's not normal for anything to be compiled?03:41
savagecrocah excellent ok03:41
reisioit is the exception to have to manually compile something, yes03:41
olskolircI'm stuck.  How do I check what my Domaine name is please?03:41
savagecrocactually.. hmm, ruby gems have lots of natively compiled stuff03:41
savagecrocolskolirc: cat /etc/hostname03:42
reisiotalking about jit?03:42
savagecrocreisio: nah not jit.. quite often you'll get a ruby gem (like a bundled library) which will contain c/c++ extensions03:42
savagecrocthat must be compiled for that platform03:43
savagecrocit's a total pain03:43
reisioprobably because ruby is unpopular compared to a few other things that are more popular03:43
A1ReconUnity has the Launcher bar at the left and it shows only a few programs.... is there a way to have something like the Win Start Menu ?(You know, where there's a list of programs installed)03:58
reisioA1Recon: switch to Xfce03:59
OerHeksA1Recon, open the top icon (=dash) and select one of the white icons at the bottom to browse03:59
OerHeksone of them is the old application menu03:59
wilee-nileeA1Recon, You can add to that bar.04:02
wilee-nileeA1Recon, I use an app called synapse that with ctrl-space shows a gui to search, you can assign keys to bring it up.04:04
james41382Anyone install Backtrack?04:09
james41382I already have a dual boot with Ubuntu and Windows 12.0404:09
olskolircthat's what I have in my kmail savagecroc but it won't take - not such04:09
reisiojames41382: try #polls04:09
james41382I want to install Backtrack 5 R3 and setup a multiboot system04:09
reisiojames41382: get to it, then04:09
james41382reisio: huh?04:10
wilee-nileejames41382, This is ubuntu only support and no derivatives. ;)04:10
reisiojames41382: huh04:10
james41382Oh I see...04:10
james41382reisio: There is no one in #polls.04:10
reisiojames41382: #polls, #backtrack, same diff :p04:11
kellyguys what does this option do Option "TripleBuffer" "True" if i put it in  /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:15
joosseesorry im a little confused... if i want to share files from ubuntu to my network i need samba or cifs??04:16
reisiokelly: either something or nothing04:16
reisiojoossee: or something else04:16
joosseewell is samba depricated oro whats the deal?04:16
kellyis it related to solve tearing ?!04:16
joosseekelly; what is tearing?04:17
joosseelike videos or games or what?04:17
reisiojoossee: try nfs or ssh/fs04:17
kellywindows tearing when move it04:17
joosseekelly; what video card do you have? sounds like your thing is overclocked.. windows dont tear imho04:18
kellynvidia 440 gt04:18
joosseekelly do you know the difference between screen tearing and artifacting?04:19
joosseekelly you have the approrpiate nvidia 3rd party driver installed and activated?04:19
kellyi installed this driver 310.4404:20
tannjiubuntu does have a known bug that 13.04 did not correct concerning video tearing in video players, also affects games to a small extent04:20
joosseescreen tearing is a jagged line that appears somewhere near the centre of screen during video playback and some games stutff. artifacting is whene parts of graphics are kept on the screen...04:20
tannjiit's apparently worse with newer nvidia cards...  keplers specifically04:20
joosseeanyways back to my issue: samba cifs or nfs for LXDE + pcmanfm (aka lubuntu) ???04:21
kellyyes my problem is screen tearing04:22
joosseekelly ok.... so when you move a window on the desktop you notice tearing along the entire display or...?04:23
kellythats it :)04:23
joosseeand when you stop moving the window everything is fine?04:23
kellyjust when moving the window04:24
joosseedo you notice tearing in anything else like videos?04:24
kellyin videos no04:25
joosseeok then you should go with what tannji said.. probably a bug...04:25
joosseesorry dude04:25
kellyno problem04:25
* joossee wonders.. CIFS SAMBA or NFS for sharing files to netrwork under lubuntu ...? Please...?04:26
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holsteinjoossee: sharing with what?04:32
holsteinjoossee: i use ssh04:32
joosseeholstein, windblows04:32
holsteinjoossee: when i use windows, i use an ssh client04:33
ubottuSamba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT.04:33
electricprismI just updated my daily saucy and after login my window borders are gone and all i have is a black screen, anyone have any ideas what could be wrong04:40
holstein!13.10 | electricprism04:41
ubottuelectricprism: Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) will be the 19th release of Ubuntu. Announcement: http://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/1252 - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+104:41
CLI_CowboyHeya hiya.04:42
CLI_CowboyHas anyone tried using Ubuntu as both a NAT router/firewall and a VPN client?04:42
CLI_Cowboy(That is to say, used it to do both functions simultaneously?)04:43
DuPeyes, that's more iptables/ufw related04:45
CLI_CowboyThat certainly gives me a path to pursue.  OpenVPN was a little vague on that.04:46
DuPedepends on what type of vpn, ipsec/openvpn/pptp04:46
CLI_CowboyOpenVPN is what the server is running, though PPTP /can/ be used.04:46
DuPeoh yes definitely doable with openvpn04:46
CLI_CowboyThe fun part is that it'll function fine as one or the other.04:47
DuPeopenvpn in routed mode works fine for that. it's more tinkering with iptable rules for nat/not nat/masquarade04:47
CLI_CowboyI've got a script that'll bring the VPN connection up or shut it down.  I just can't do much through it as a NAT router after that.04:48
CLI_CowboyI appreciate the direction.  I'll start looking at that.04:49
DuPethere's a nat hack built into openvpn even that would work04:50
DuPeit's kinda ugly because you lose full 2 way connection (1way with natted source address) depending on your needs that might work easiest04:51
CLI_CowboyWell, basically masking the public facing IP address.04:51
CLI_CowboyAnd making it a little more burdensome for Uncle Sam to see what I'm doing on the Internet.04:52
CLI_CowboyInternet - Linkski rooter (heh) - Ubuntu box - network04:52
SuperLagAny way to browse what PPA packages are available?04:53
CLI_CowboyWell, mostly.  Internet - Ubuntu box - switch to LAN ethernet NIC - network + Linkski rooter as a WAP.04:53
DuPeCLI_Cowboy: and a vps i'm assuming somewhere else on the internet?04:54
holstein!ppa | SuperLag just gotta search around the net, really04:54
ubottuSuperLag just gotta search around the net, really: A Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge04:54
matt__Hey all, I'm sorry for asking such a noobish question. I was curious if somebody could point me in the right direction to learn the basics of ubuntu. I'm running Lucid on an old iMac g5 and Precise on my laptop. Fresh from Windows04:56
CLI_CowboyDuPe: They're all actual machines.04:56
ubottuUbuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) was the twelfth release of Ubuntu.  Desktop support ended May 9 2013. Server support continues. See http://ubottu.com/y/lucid for more details.04:56
DuPeCLI_Cowboy: well what's the other end of the openvpn? which machines are running it?04:56
holsteinmatt__: you'll want to upgrade to a supported desktop04:56
DuPewhat are the 2 endpoints04:56
matt__I can't run Precise on my old G5, it's too resource intensive for this old dust-bag04:57
CLI_CowboyHey Matt__: Check out the book "Ubuntu Made Easy".04:57
matt__however, I've got 12.04 on my laptop right next to me, I just enjoy using the iMac for chat's and searches04:57
holsteinmatt__: there are nice wikis and guide for most things.. i would just use it, and see what you come up with, and keep in mind, lucid is not supported here, so you can discuss that in the offtopic channel04:57
DuPethere should be a book called "cooking with ubuntu" if there isnt already04:58
matt__Thanks CLI, I appreciate it :]04:58
CLI_CowboyMatt__: No problem - hopefully it gives you want you need. : ]04:58
CLI_CowboyDuPe: There's not really much special about the VPN connection.  It's $40 a year for a VPN service that keeps no logs or records of what I do while I'm on the Internet.04:59
snkcldi ran $ setfacl -m d:g:www-data:rwx .  in /tmp/ , but it seems apache still can not write to a file owned by root in /tmp/05:00
CLI_CowboyDuPe: The idea is that if someone's going to be looking at my Internet traffic, I want to make the task difficult by way of an encrypted connection.05:00
DuPeCLI_Cowboy: oh yes, ok whew. i thought for a sec you were running openvpn on yur local machines :)05:00
CLI_CowboyDuPe: Heh, no.  I suppose I wasn't clear about that initially. :)05:01
CLI_CowboyDuPe: I blew the dust off of an old machine running at P4 2.8 GHz, slapped a second Ethernet card in it, and set it up to work like a router.05:02
SKYLAKE-10nmVPN is a good layer of security05:02
CLI_CowboySky: Yes, indeed.  VPN = CYA05:02
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SKYLAKE-10nmCLI_Cowboy, i dont know why but your nickname reminds me of william gibsons books05:03
CLI_CowboySky: I can see that.  I can't say that I'm a big fan of his work, but his niche is something with which I can really relate.05:03
SKYLAKE-10nmyup :P05:03
CLI_CowboySky: I didn't finish "Neuromancer", but I'd by lying if I said that that book wasn't at least part of the reason I got interested in *nix.05:04
SKYLAKE-10nmconsole cowboys05:04
SKYLAKE-10nmi have read all of his works05:04
CLI_CowboyI've been a fan of CLIs since I worked in DOS.  I suppose the "cowboy" comes from my last job.  I moved from the southeast U.S. to the northwest.  Everyone out here says I walk like a cowboy.05:05
SKYLAKE-10nmhe invented terms like cyberspace05:05
SKYLAKE-10nmheheheh :P05:05
CLI_CowboyYeah.  He's not a fan of the Shadowrun games. :b05:05
CLI_CowboyHe considers Shadowrun to be some sort of bastard spawn of his work and Tolkien's.05:06
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SKYLAKE-10nmmaybe he is right05:07
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SKYLAKE-10nmtodays problems is lack of ideas, and drastically reuse of old ones so ...05:07
CLI_Cowboy*nod* I notice that especially with movies and particular genres of music.05:08
CLI_CowboyHell, you can barely go a decade without having a 3-set movie being rebooted.05:08
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CLI_Cowboy"Spiderman", "Superman" is now on the table.05:08
CLI_CowboyAnyhow.  We're getting out of the discussion of Ubuntu. :)05:09
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SKYLAKE-10nmyeah, well that is a bad thing, lack of ideas, lack of fantasy... we have today in every sense, in technology things that someone imagineed 60 years ago05:09
SKYLAKE-10nmor more05:09
SKYLAKE-10nmconsumer society05:09
SKYLAKE-10nmnever thinks just consumes05:09
SKYLAKE-10nmthat is what we have become05:09
CLI_CowboyYep.  I've got a friend whose mother turned 97 this year.  She grew up in a little town in Wisconsin that had no running water or electricity.  It's little wonder the woman can't operate a mobile phone.05:10
SKYLAKE-10nmgeorge orwell was right05:10
fizk_does Ubuntu have its own source repository for packages?05:10
CLI_CowboyFizk: Yes, it does.05:10
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fizk_i'm looking for the changes that Ubuntu made for the open-iscsi package (http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=pkg-iscsi/open-iscsi.git)05:10
CLI_CowboyWelp, the girlfriend's summoning me.  G'night, all.05:10
fizk_CLI_Cowboy, do you know where i could find it?05:11
SKYLAKE-10nmsee ya CLI_Cowboy05:11
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SKYLAKE-10nmfizk_, do you have a installed and runing ubuntu??05:11
fizk_SKYLAKE-10nm, yup05:11
CLI_CowboyFizzk: It's configured as part of the apt-get utility if you're on the command-line.  Or the Software Center if you're working on the graphical interface.05:12
SKYLAKE-10nmthen just grap the package from debian the .deb05:12
CLI_CowboyG'night, Sky.05:12
SKYLAKE-10nmand see if you can install it with software center05:12
fizk_SKYLAKE-10nm, i'm looking for the git repo, i'd like to look at the commit changes05:12
SKYLAKE-10nmoh then05:13
SuperLagIf I'm creating a .desktop config file to launch a shell script, is the only difference I need to make is add "Terminal=true" as one of the lines in the config file?05:14
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gogoat100hey guys im testing my irssi for terminal beeps. Hit me05:17
abc54645646how to dual boot ubuntu and window805:17
abc54645646ubuntu already installed05:17
gogoat100abc54645646: do u have anything on the ubuntu drive05:18
aeon-ltdgogoat100: next time test in the testing channel05:18
wilee-nileeabc54645646, This a msdos not uefi computer?05:18
abc54645646dont' want windows bootmanager to replate ubuntu bootmages05:18
gogoat100ok it doesnt work. jeesh aeon-ltd really?05:18
aeon-ltdgogoat100: no kidding #test exists05:19
TonyStarkapa ada orang indonesia disini05:19
aeon-ltdgogoat100: or any offtopic channel05:19
TonyStarkapa ada orang indonesia disini05:19
TonyStarkapa ada orang indonesia disini05:20
wilee-nileeTonyStark,  Engiash?05:20
FloodBot1TonyStark: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.05:20
ubottujoin ke #ubuntu-id untuk membahas ubuntu dalam bahasa Indonesia05:20
TonyStarkubottu: gimana caranya05:21
gogoat100abc54645646: its a better idea to install ubuntu after windows for a dual boot05:21
TonyStarkubottu: gimana caranya05:21
abc54645646is it still possible to dual boot if ubuntu installed05:21
gogoat100abc54645646: but you can still do it. u just have to reinstall grub05:21
gogoat100abc54645646: because windows over writes the grub loader05:22
aeon-ltdTonyStark: /join #ubuntu-id05:22
abc54645646any link to how to reinstall grub05:22
gogoat100abc54645646: do u have anything installed on the ubuntu partition? if nothing important then i would overwrite it05:23
gogoat100abc54645646: but if u have data u cannot part with u will have to reinstall grub. which isnt the easiest sometimes05:23
abc54645646i got lots of stuffs on ubuntu05:23
gogoat100abc54645646: ok. do some research on it . i used a vid on youtube that worked fine05:24
gogoat100abc54645646: i cannot send a links since im in a terminal browser but youtube: "cgermany reinstall grub"05:25
TonyStarkubottu: gimana caranya05:25
TonyStarkubottu: gimana caranya05:25
TonyStarkubottu: gimana caranya05:25
TonyStarkubottu: gimana caranya05:25
FloodBot1TonyStark: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.05:25
TonyStarkubottu: gimana caranya05:25
gogoat100abc54645646: basically install windows (which kills grub) then use ur ubuntu live cd to mount and bind to reinstall grub05:26
gogoat100abc54645646: i did the same thing many times . its a pain. i learned to install windows first05:27
aeon-ltdTonyStark: gimana caranya apa?05:27
TonyStarkcara masuk sebagai root05:27
gogoat100abc54645646: then install ubuntu so it over writes the Windows bootlog05:27
TonyStarkaeon-ltd : cara masuk sebagai root05:27
TonyStarkaeon-ltd : cara masuk sebagai root05:28
TonyStarkaeon-ltd : cara masuk sebagai root05:28
abc54645646ok thansk05:28
FloodBot1TonyStark: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.05:28
TonyStarkaeon-ltd : cara masuk sebagai root05:28
TonyStarkaeon-ltd : cara masuk sebagai root05:28
TonyStarkaeon-ltd : cara masuk sebagai root05:28
aeon-ltdTonyStark: mengetik 'sudo -s'05:28
IdleOneEnglish in here plese05:28
aeon-ltdTonyStark: di terminal05:28
aeon-ltdIdleOne: indo room is empty05:29
IdleOneaeon-ltd: that doesn't change the fact that this room is English only05:29
aeon-ltdIdleOne: if this works i will have finished anyway05:29
aeon-ltdbesides it cut down on the spam05:30
IdleOnenext time use sudo -i (the ubuntu way)05:30
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Ari-YangI just want to double check, to get grub boot menu to display everytime I boot up this laptop I have to change the value of GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET=true to false in /etc/default/grub05:42
Ari-YangI'm on ubuntu 12.1005:42
holstein!grub | Ari-Yang i usually have to refer to this.. or i just tinker til i get it05:45
ubottuAri-Yang i usually have to refer to this.. or i just tinker til i get it: GRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub205:45
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SARCI am trying to compile a 32-bit program that I wrote on my 64-bit workstation.  I have enabled multiarch, but now I am getting an error:/bin/sh: gcc: not found (error 127).  Any ideas?05:56
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PashaPastaSARC: you might be able to get more specific help with that in #multiarch on irc.debian.org05:58
SARCPashaPasta: thanks05:58
PashaPastaSARC: no problem, good luck!05:59
kellyguys I'm using ubuntu 13.04 and I've printer connected to ubuntu , i want to share it so the other pc with windows can access to it and printer ? how can i do that06:01
PashaPastakelly: http://askubuntu.com/questions/73367/what-is-a-cups-server-and-how-to-share-a-printer-over-a-network should help06:02
ZooIrene2hey whats up today?06:04
ZooIrene2hi german?06:05
kellyI'm from mars :)06:05
aeon-ltdZooIrene2: fur deutsch /join #ubuntu-de06:06
KriShaNsincan anyone tell me if i am being hacked here or what this traffic is on my network then? please.http://imagebin.org/26282906:10
KriShaNsinthis Uk ip address is hacking me ?06:10
kellyPashaPasta: thank you so much , it's work like charm06:11
ZooIrene2bey bey06:12
KriShaNsin194.154.112.233 is hacking me help06:12
aeon-ltdKriShaNsin: bullhonky, http://www.easynet.com/gb/en/ that's what the ip is06:12
aeon-ltdunless you're talking about a different one06:13
KriShaNsinaeon-ltd: how do i stop it on my computer its on my network06:13
KriShaNsinaeon-ltd: its accesssing my computer. how to i share a capture?06:13
aeon-ltdKriShaNsin: ok the source is a 192 ip meaning your network, the destination is easynet06:13
KriShaNsinfrom wireshark i can upoload to imagebinthe file06:13
KriShaNsinso how is my computer connecting to easy net and how to stop it ?06:14
aeon-ltdKriShaNsin: maybe one of the websites you are visiting uses easynet?06:15
KriShaNsinnoyour wrong, they are people from irc.taphouse.org they are sbc global and are hacking me06:15
KriShaNsinaeon-ltd: they all have sbc global ip's from sub genii06:16
aeon-ltdhell i don't know enough to help you, sorry06:17
KriShaNsinhow to share a capture from wireshark not a screen shot06:18
KriShaNsinwhen i try to upload to imagebin it doesnt accept the file i saved from wireshark06:18
Ben64KriShaNsin: you're not being hacked06:18
KriShaNsinBen64: hey ben, how do i stop the traffic to that ip in the UK ? i have firefox and everything closed.06:19
Ben64something must be using it then06:19
KriShaNsinBen64: well i guess the question is how to find out what is using that because i have everything closed06:20
Ben64netstat -pn06:21
lotuspsychjemorning to all06:21
aeon-ltdBen64: :) that's the one06:22
Ben64yep, easy to see whats going on there. tcp        0      0      <server>:22       ESTABLISHED 21421/ssh06:22
Ben64tcp, source (me) to my server, pid 21421, process name ssh06:22
samyHow do I move applications from one workspace to another in xubuntu 13.04?06:30
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KriShaNsinhttp://imagebin.org/262831 something is happening automatically now when i reboot it just starts the traffic to these random ip addresses. something is going on my system.http://imagebin.org/26283106:31
savagecroci'm using a ruby library to run commands, unfortunately sudo is prompting every single time. Presumably because the thing that remembers whether you've validated your sudo access is bound to the shell06:31
savagecrocis there a way i can say authenticate sudo for a couple of minutes?06:31
KriShaNsinhttp://imagebin.org/262832 strange06:33
samyHow do I move applications from one workspace to another in xubuntu 13.04?06:35
KriShaNsindamn, i have all this traffic just going on now on my system and hoave no idea how or why or how to stop it help06:35
KriShaNsini thought ubuntu couldnt be done this way06:36
KriShaNsinno body could do this to me when i had windows06:36
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KriShaNsinhow to stop my computer form connecting to easy net?06:41
l9what is the quickes way too check a rs232 connection in ubuntu06:46
bipulI have 3 virtualmachine A,B,C which are using vboxnet0(Host-only adapter) and there IP's are A=, B=, C= My Question is How i can route my packet from A to C via B. in genereal I want my packet should reach to from A to C via B. is it possibe? if yes then How?06:47
camilongI speak spanish help me06:51
samyHow do I move applications from one workspace to another in xubuntu 13.04?06:52
camilongchanel ubuntu-es is sleep06:52
aeon-ltd!spanish | camilong06:52
ubottucamilong: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba "/join #ubuntu-es" (sin comillas) y presione intro.06:52
TickleNo hablo español.06:52
aeon-ltdcamilong: try to type in english the best you can, use google translate to help if you need to06:53
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vedicIs this correct for setting up bridge network for KVM based virtual machine? Host is a remote server running 12.04 LTS with single public ip address. http://pastebin.com/bHbXhAXw07:01
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murcipilothi guys07:08
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murcipilotI've just upgraded to 13.04 (64 bit) the reason was that the previous purchases in software centre showed no results, I've bought several things but cannot re-install them, how do I get to my purchases again?07:10
Matthew_MooreI need some help.  in ubunu 12.04 Thunderbird keeps opening links with the wrong browser.  i have chrome set as my default but it's still using firefox.07:10
PinkaaayPerhaps theres a specific option in thunderbird that needs to be set? Not really sure though07:11
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ravenxubuntu 12.04 alternate install: hanging up at pink screen - whats that?07:21
murcipilotalternative install?07:23
RustyShacklefordanyone know how to install ubuntu on a laptop with ufi?07:25
auronandace!uefi | RustyShackleford07:28
ubottuRustyShackleford: 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/UEFI07:28
RustyShacklefordyeah I've seen that page07:30
RustyShacklefordI want to install ubuntu with efi07:30
RustyShacklefordcan't get the usb disk to boot07:30
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Darkyyyi'm trying to boot from usb to install ubuntu07:33
Darkyyybut it seems like it's somehow get corrupted07:33
Darkyyyi think it's that tool07:34
wilee-nileeDarkyyy, This a dual boot, and is the other W8 perchance?07:39
Darkyyyjust if i'll try a few times to make this usb07:40
Darkyyysomehow it might get to the grub menu once07:40
Darkyyywhen u try to boot from this usb it says it cant find any UI07:41
wilee-nileeDarkyyy, Have you checked the md5sum of the iso you have used?07:41
Darkyyyusually 7zip gives an error when that happens07:42
ubottuTo 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_Windows07:42
murcipilotI've got a teeny problem; the 'deb...' line I added to software sources has 'precise' at the end of it, yet I am using 'raring' will the repository still confirm the key?07:43
Redialis there people here?07:43
SARCI am getting a /bin/sh gcc not found error. I am trying to compile an i386 app on an amd64 platform.07:43
murcipilot...or do I have to reinstall precise?07:43
wilee-nileemurcipilot, The key yes, make sure the ppa has raring in its support07:43
Redialor are they just bots07:43
RedialHi guys!07:43
Redialhey murcipilot07:44
bazhang!ask | Redial07:44
ubottuRedial: 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 !patience07:44
Rediallooks like floobot07:44
bazhangRedial, got a support question07:44
Redialthat will be great..07:45
bazhangthen ask it07:45
Rediali need to stop brutforce attack on sshd07:45
Redialhow can i lower the amount of attemps07:45
Redialof ban the ip after few attemps07:45
Rediali've been using fail2ban07:45
wolfwzr__Darkyyy: i ever made the ubuntu usb boot disk using dd commmand, then disabled secure boot in uefi(all ready installed windows 8), and installed ubuntu.07:45
Redialbut is not working07:45
bazhangtry #security Redial07:45
Redialwill do..07:45
bazhangthats not an ubuntu issue07:46
Darkyyydon't have uefi07:46
murcipilotI've purchased quick n easy web builder and it does not come up in software centre, but I can get it from the ubuntu one page, the page only gives a deb line, no idea whether it is covered in raring :(07:46
Darkyyythis pc is 6 years old07:46
wilee-nileemurcipilot, Ah, I would contact them, it may be that the precise link is fine in all releases.07:49
sky__ hi07:56
wilee-nileemurcipilot, I see 1.6.4 in the software center and 1.6.5 from the website is all.07:56
savagecrocis there a reason you can't port forward to yourself.. for example   ssh -L 6000:
savagecroci keep getting bind: Cannot assign requested address08:00
FroodleWhy would /proc/cpuinfo list each processor core as 800 MHz when Windows 7 Sysinfo says 3.2 GHz?  (AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition)08:01
candreaFroodle: are you looking at "model name" or at "cpu Mhz"?08:04
Froodlecpu MHz08:04
candreaFroodle: modern cpus have a feature called "frequency scaling". Frequency scaling lets you use lower CPU frequencies to save power when the computer doesn't need to be fast08:05
candreaFroodle: the frequency you are seeing is the current CPU frequency.08:05
Froodlecandrea, Ah, okay.  Then how can I see the maximum frequency?08:05
candreaFroodle: try to compile something or do some heavy operation and you'll see the frequency going up08:05
FroodleGotcha.  Thanks for the help.08:07
candreaFroodle: you're welcome08:08
ubottuRUJRJ: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».08:13
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neXyonhi, does anybody know a software to easily make a collage out of photos?08:41
foobarfoobarI installed Xubuntu 13.04 on my Asus X201e08:45
foobarfoobarI would know how to make the boot faster and skip the grub08:45
MelcuAnyone here able to help me with some bind errors ?08:49
ambrishnot me08:49
ambrishI am new here myself08:50
camilongnginf virus?08:50
bazhangMelcu, try #bind08:50
Gilligan94Hello, I have an issue, I have installed my nvidia drivers as instructed by the ubuntu docs but my laptop still only uses the intel 4000 graphics. how can I correct this?08:50
bazhang!av | camilong08:50
ubottucamilong: Antivirus is something you don't need on !Linux. except where files are then passed to windows computers (perhaps using samba), See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Antivirus08:50
MelcuGo disable from bios cpu graphic.08:50
Gilligan94Melcu: really? thats the fist time anyone has ever suggested that08:51
Gilligan94Melcu: I'll go try that thanks08:51
JoTraGoUbuntu1204 64 bit. ANyone having a problem with nautilus menu items going inactive after a while?08:52
camilongattempt to enter the page of my router and opens nginx page08:52
camilonggoogle traslator :-)08:53
Gilligan94oh, while i'm here anyone have any experience with free pascal on ubuntu?08:53
Melcucamilog /etc/init.d/nginx stop08:54
MelcuCheck your router page.08:54
MelcuAnd after start nginx.08:54
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Gilligan94and another thing, I'm a comp sci student and I have a lot of spare time, any way I can contribute to ubuntu?08:56
Darkyyyi just wanted to show my appreciation for everyone in this channel that answers all our noobies questions :D08:56
DJones!contribute | Gilligan9408:56
ubottuGilligan94: contribute is To contribute and help out with Ubuntu, see http://community.ubuntu.com and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ContributeToUbuntu08:56
Gilligan94thanks DJones08:56
MelcuGill is your graphic card working ?08:56
ravenmounting samba share: no valid blockdevice but working on another machine - what's that and how to solve?08:57
camilongMelcu: not working08:57
Gilligan94Melcu: I havn't rebooted yet I'm finishing a video I'm watching08:57
MelcuDid you stop nginx ?08:58
camilongMelcu: first /etc/init.d/nginx stop  and second: Check my router page08:59
darkowlzzhi, I am on Ubuntu 12.04. I am not able to install libsqlite3-dev. I get this08:59
darkowlzzThe following packages have unmet dependencies:09:00
darkowlzz libsqlite3-dev : Depends: libsqlite3-0 (= 3.7.9-2ubuntu1) but 3.7.9-2ubuntu1.1 is to be installed09:00
darkowlzzE: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.09:00
darkowlzzcould anyone help me out, please?09:00
ravenhow to edit resolv.conf if not by hand???09:00
camilongMelcu: and not working09:00
MelcuGot nothing else in mind.09:00
camilongMelcu: I have not installed nginx09:02
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MelcuWhat is the page ?09:02
MelcuIt is like
MelcuOr you just try localhost in browser?09:02
camilongMelcu: gracias...09:04
MelcuFor nothing. What was the ideea ?09:04
krasnozerI have 13.04, and some qt apps like keepassx are in the wrong language (Deutsch instead of English), how do I fix this??09:05
candrearaven: by default, resolv.conf is written by NetworkManager09:05
camilongMelcu: I can change my external ip?09:05
Gilligan94camilong: I doubt that09:06
candrea!enter | Melcu09:06
ubottuMelcu: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line. Don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!09:06
MelcuDepends.  You should ask your isp.09:06
Gilligan94candrea: shhhh09:07
camilongMelcu: I suspect that my ip was operated09:07
MelcuOperated ?09:07
MelcuDefine :)09:08
nbubuntuhi anyone know how to fix an intellipark problem of 8sec parking for old earx WD drive ?09:09
camilongMelcu: I entered tor for citroen manual and I suspected ...09:09
histo!locale | krasnozer09:09
ubottukrasnozer: To set up and configure your locales, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LocaleConf and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Locale/09:09
candreaDarkAceZ: what's the output of 'apt-cache policy libsqlite3-0 libsqlite3-dev'?09:12
nbubuntuhi anyone know how to fix an intellipark problem of 8sec parking for old earx WD drive ?09:12
candreadarkowlzz: what's the output of 'apt-cache policy libsqlite3-0 libsqlite3-dev'?09:12
candrea!paste | darkowlzz09:12
ubottudarkowlzz: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imagebin.org/?page=add | !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.09:12
camilong then I get the firewall listens report name nginf ... learned it was a program for ip ban ... however I did not install09:13
histo!repeat | nbubuntu09:13
ubottunbubuntu: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/09:13
camilonggoogle traslator09:13
DJonescamilong: What is your normal language, there may be a channel for support in your language09:14
nbubuntuhisto : ok thanks09:14
camilongubuntu-es asleep09:14
DJonescamilong: ok09:15
Gilligan94alright I look in my bios the display options have the intel graphics or nvidia optimus, it was already set to nvidia optimus09:16
camilongmmm... problem: firewall report: nginx... what is nginx?09:18
krasnozerubottu, yes that's the doc for configuring the locales. I have a well-known bug with it, how do i fix it then?09:18
ubottukrasnozer: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)09:18
Gilligan94how do I make my system use my nvidia card instead of the intel graphics? I have a Levovo T430u if it matters09:19
krasnozerI have german instead of english in some of my apps, how do i fix this shit?09:19
camilongnginx is installed by default in ubuntu 13.04?09:19
ikoniakrasnozer: stop with the swear words please.09:20
Gilligan94krasnozer: settle down bro09:20
ikoniakrasnozer: please tone down you use of bad language.09:20
krasnozerwtf what bad language, are you 12 or something?09:20
Gilligan94krasnozer: if noone here can help try posting to ubuntu forums and ask ubuntu09:20
krasnozerfuck this gay shit09:20
bazhangkrasnozer, thats enough09:21
camilongMelcu: nginx is installed by default in ubuntu 13.04?09:21
ikoniacamilong: is it ?09:21
chevanyone knows has to be the error: Failed to create ext4 file system on SCSI5 partition # 1 (0,1,0) (sda). trying to install on the entire hard disk BT5 r309:22
darkowlzzcandrea, ubottu sorry, was afk09:22
Gilligan94how do I make my system use my nvidia card instead of the intel graphics? I have a Levovo T430u if it matters09:22
ikoniachev: please use the backtrack linux channel for support09:22
ikonia!backtrack | chev09:22
ubottuchev: There are some Ubuntu derivatives that we cannot provide support for due to repository and software changes. Please consult their websites for more information. Examples: gNewSense (support in #gnewsense), Linux Mint (see !mint), kali-linux (#kali-linux), CrunchBang (support in #crunchbang), BackTrack (support in #backtrack-linux)09:22
ikoniaGilligan94: you'll need to research "optimus" card and "bumblebee" software,09:23
ikoniaGilligan94: it's not a good solution.09:23
darkowlzzcandrea, ubottu I get this http://paste.ubuntu.com/5810307/09:23
camilongikonia: ok... I deactivated it... as active?09:23
ikoniacamilong: I'm just surprised it's installed by default09:23
Gilligan94ikonia: I have tried bumblebee and it is not the solution09:24
ikoniaGilligan94: it's not a good solution, no09:24
ikoniaGilligan94: however it is "the" solution for optimus cards09:24
Gilligan94ikonia: as far as I know I should still be able to use the nvidia driver without bumblebee09:25
camilongikonia: I do not know09:25
ikoniaGilligan94: it doesn't work like that,09:25
darkowlzzoh! ubottu is a bot :)09:26
WPWWwhite pride world wide09:26
just4confusionGood morning. Simple question: I have a user with /bin/false to prevent login. I need to do some stuff as this user and- was thinking "su -s /bin/bash <user>" should do the trick (/bin/bash exists of course). It doesn't. Can somebody lend a hand?09:26
candreadarkowlzz: so... you have libsqlite3-0 as a locally installed package09:27
candreadarkowlzz: let me check where it comes from09:27
histojust4confusion: Then don't /bin/false them if they need a shell09:27
candreadarkowlzz: it comes from precise-updates. It seems you had -updates enabled some time ago and then you disabled it. I strongly recommend you to re-enable it, not just to have sqlite3-dev installed, but also to get all the other Ubuntu updates09:28
histojust4confusion: try with sudo should work even if they don't have a shell09:29
darkowlzzcandrea, I installed libsqlite3-0 from source, using09:30
just4confusionNice one. Thank you!09:30
darkowlzz*using make09:30
Gilligan94where should i go for upport for bumblebee?09:31
candreadarkowlzz: mh... that's odd because your 'apt-cache policy' tells you had installed it using apt-get. And 3.7.9-2ubuntu1.1 is exactly the version in precise-updates09:31
candreadarkowlzz: anyhow, I wouldn't suggest installing a part of a package from source and a part from the repositories09:32
darkowlzzoh! lemme uninstall it09:32
Gilligan94how do the floodbots work?09:32
candreadarkowlzz: what did you uninstall? the package from apt or the one you installed from sources?09:33
darkowlzzfrom the source, did: `sudo make uninstall`09:33
darkowlzzcandrea, but I still see it installed in policy09:34
darkowlzzbut when I type `sqli` and press tab, auto complete doesn't complete it09:34
darkowlzzand doing : sqlite3 in terminal asks to install it09:35
darkowlzzand on trying to install, I get package broken message09:35
MonkeyDustGilligan94  they give a warning and tips, to prevent people from flooding the channel09:35
candreadarkowlzz: here's what I think it has happened: you installed sqlite from sources to /usr instead of /usr/local, overwriting the files provided by the Ubuntu package09:35
Gilligan94MonkeyDust: note the word how, not what09:36
candreadarkowlzz: you should now uninstall the Ubuntu package too, trying to clean things up: 'apt-get remove libsqlite3-0'09:36
nbubuntuhow to count intelligent park problem ? compare to days and time ?09:36
Hounddog_good morning, i am trying to get my laptop to be able to tether my connection through the phone.. samsung s3... got any starting points? as seems my laptop does not even recognize the phone at all currently09:37
darkowlzzcandrea, but this package broken problem came up before, so I thought of installing it from source and this happened09:37
darkowlzzcandrea, now I get these 4 lines09:38
darkowlzzThe following packages have unmet dependencies:09:38
darkowlzz apache2-mpm-prefork : Depends: apache2.2-bin (= 2.2.22-1ubuntu1.3) but it is not going to be installed09:38
darkowlzz apache2.2-common : Depends: apache2.2-bin (= 2.2.22-1ubuntu1.3) but it is not going to be installed09:38
darkowlzzE: Error, pkgProblemResolver::Resolve generated breaks, this may be caused by held packages.09:38
FloodBot1darkowlzz: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.09:38
candreadarkowlzz: all these problems are generated by the fact that you have disabled precise-updates. You should re-enable it from /etc/apt/sources.list09:39
darkowlzzjust 4 lines :(09:39
MonkeyDustGilligan94  from wikipedia: "An IRC bot is a set of scripts or an independent program that connects to Internet Relay Chat as a client, and so appears to other IRC users as another user. An IRC bot differs from a regular client in that instead of providing interactive access to IRC for a human user, it performs automated functions.", but please continue in #ubuntu-offtopic09:39
candreadarkowlzz: these are not broken packages, they are broken dependencies09:39
candreadarkowlzz: if you paste your /etc/apt/sources.list I can fix it for you09:39
camilongikonia: what is ipv4?09:41
darkowlzzdid I miss anything? got disconnected09:42
pasnoxafter migrating to ubuntu raring09:42
pasnoxi can't uninstall old linux images09:42
MonkeyDustcamilong  internet protocol version 409:42
pasnoxi got error about unmounted partition and io descriptor error09:43
pasnoxany hint please ?09:43
arcturus_install xubuntu ;-P09:43
pasnoxi'm a klde fan - kubuntu ;)09:43
arcturus_wasn't kubuntu discontinued?09:44
arcturus_oh, my bad09:44
pasnoxofficial support from canonical yes09:44
pasnoxbut the distribution is still alive09:44
lasalut j'ai un problème pour installé ubuntu 12.04 chiffré : j'utilise une clé multisystem. Quand l'installation arrive a terme, je reboot et là, le clavier ne fonctionne plus ni la souris.. vous avez déjà rencontré ce genre de soucis ? Merci09:44
arcturus_ok good09:44
candreadarkowlzz: these are not broken packages, they are broken dependencies09:44
ravenmplayer: how to do mpeg2 rendering on gpu instead of cpu?09:44
candreadarkowlzz: if you paste your /etc/apt/sources.list I can fix it for you09:45
DJones!fr | la09:45
ubottula: Nous sommes désolés, mais ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.09:45
nbubuntuI guess no one active at this early morning.WIll drop by again later , hopefully someone will help out09:45
darkowlzzcandrea, here http://paste.ubuntu.com/5810350/09:45
pasnoxarcturus_: how i can see errors produced by uninstall scripts ?09:45
camilongMonkeyDust: ipv4 ip address is my external ip?09:45
pasnoxcurrently dpkg is blocked but produce no error ... but i'm sure it freezed :/09:46
MonkeyDustcamilong  surf to whatismyip.com to know your public IP address09:46
dakotawulfypasnox one way is to run it in a terminal09:47
candreaGilligan94: *I think* (though I may be wrong) that the source code of the floodbots in this channel can be found here: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-bots09:47
pasnoxdakotawulfy: it's what i done09:47
ravenmplayer: how to do mpeg2 rendering on gpu instead of cpu?09:48
Hounddog_ok, i figured i can just put my phone as a hotspot :) no i can go to some park and work there09:50
pasnoxdakotawulfy: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=fAMbCMaF09:50
candreadarkowlzz: so, you already have everything enabled. Please run 'apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade'09:51
pasnoxi also checked the dpkg log and nothing special :/09:51
darkowlzzcandrea, started! thanks :)09:52
dakotawulfypasnox what was your problem ?09:54
pasnoxdakotawulfy: can't uninstall old kernels after having migrated to kubuntu raring 64bits09:54
izgoi_тут есть Русские?или кто знает язык?09:55
mpmcAnd in English? :p09:55
MonkeyDustpasnox  use ubuntu-tweak http://ubuntu-tweak.com/09:55
pasnoxdakotawulfy: hm i checked kern.log and i got a lot of io error :'(09:55
pasnoxMonkeyDust: what's that ?09:56
ActionParsnipunityctweak for newer releases09:56
busconhi, i'm trying to install ubuntu 13.04 and I like to set some option at the boot: how can let the boot menu to show up?09:56
pasnoxi don't use unity / ubuntu09:56
candrea!ru | izgoi_09:56
ubottuizgoi_: Пожалуйста наберите /join #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке. | Pozhalujsta naberite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke.09:56
ActionParsnip!bootoption | buscon09:56
ubottubuscon: For a list and explanation on some of the boot options, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions See also !nomodeset.09:56
MonkeyDustpasnox  a GUI to help you tweak and clean your ubuntu, it's very nice09:56
dakotawulfypasnox have u tried to remove them one by one09:57
ActionParsnippasnox: if you dont use Ubuntu, why are you asking here?09:57
izgoi_"#ubuntu-ru :Cannot join channel (+r) - you need to be identified with services" =(09:57
candreaActionParsnip: he's using kubuntu09:58
pasnoxActionParsnip: because kubuntu is built from ubuntu, and most kubuntu problems are ubuntu one too.09:58
pasnoxdakotawulfy: nop, i will try. thanks ;)09:58
ActionParsnipizgoi_: ask in #freenode about registering09:58
Ben64pasnox: you could try bleachbit09:59
Ben64!info bleachbit09:59
ActionParsnippasnox: gotcha, just the way it camr across was like you used a different distro altogether or an ubuntu based distro etc etc09:59
ubottubleachbit (source: bleachbit): delete unnecessary files from the system. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.3-1 (raring), package size 335 kB, installed size 1794 kB09:59
dakotawulfypasnox try to do it with synaptic  one by one make sure u do not remove the on you are using09:59
ActionParsnippasnox: bleachbit is great09:59
ActionParsnipbe careful with it09:59
cplusplusHello everyone. I opened up Ubuntu Software center this morning to install Steam, and it says "Buy". As far as I know Steam is supposed to be free. Am I doing something wrong here? Thanks in advance for your help.10:00
candreapasnox: you said you were seeing I/O errors in your kern.log. Could you share them with us (if the do not contain sensible information)?10:00
dakotawulfyBen64 i dont think it removes the kernels ubuntu tweak does10:00
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Ben64pretty sure it gives the option to10:01
pasnoxActionParsnip: ok ;)10:01
DJonescplusplus: From memory, you have to go through the buy option, but the price is nil10:01
pasnoxcandrea: yes but it WildTux as error on a usb mp3 device - not related to the system dorectly10:01
pasnoxi will try all that thanks!10:01
cplusplusDJones: Yes, I hope it will be. I just clicked the button.10:02
cplusplusYou're right. It's zero.10:02
DJonescplusplus: As long as you haven't input any bank card details it wouldn't be a problem10:02
pasnoxonce i deactivated the usb mp3 device10:02
pasnoxit finish to uninstall xD10:02
pasnoxall done10:02
pasnoxit was just very very very long to uninstall 5 linux images ( +30minutes)10:03
DJonescplusplus: I think its so that can keep track of installations because it uses your UbuntuOne/Launchpad account as the identifier10:03
cplusplusDJones:  Exactly what I was afraid of. But it only asked me to log in to my Ubuntu Software Center account.10:03
pasnoxand the rpoblem was grub trying to found grub mbr on the mp3 device which was faulty not responsing10:03
BluesKajHiyas all10:03
pasnoxall is fin now! thanks again ;)10:12
TestingLifehello, which distro is the fastest for low PC with 512mb of ram and 1ghz cpu?10:14
DJonesTestingLife: I'd be tempted to have a look at xubuntu or lubuntu for that10:15
cplusplusThanks DJones Steam is installed. Off to play Awesomenauts! Have a nice day! Thanks again.10:15
TestingLifeDJones, ?10:16
DJones!xubuntu | TestingLife10:16
ubottuTestingLife: Xubuntu is Ubuntu with Xfce as the desktop environment. More info at http://www.xubuntu.org/ - To install from Ubuntu: « sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop » - Join #xubuntu for support - See also: !Ubuntu and !Xubuntu-Channels10:16
DJones!lubuntu | TestingLife10:16
ubottuTestingLife: lubuntu is Ubuntu with LXDE instead of !GNOME as desktop environment, which makes it extremely lightweight. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu - /join #lubuntu for lubuntu support.10:16
TestingLifeisit fast?10:16
jackw411hey chaps - wonder if anybody here can answer-> why when I use git commands in /var/www/ do i have to do sudo? ive changed the whole folders owner to www-data, but still makes me sudo10:16
hapsterIs nouveau working somehow with optimus based laptops? I'm asking to be ready for 13.10 since I'll be getting a new laptop soon.10:17
DJonesTestingLife: I use normal Ubuntu, last time I used lubuntu, it was a lot faster on lower spec'd machines than Ubuntu10:17
lotuspsychjehapster: maybe this can help: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SystemRequirements10:19
hapsterlotuspschje thanks10:20
hapsterlotuspsychje thanks10:20
bonhoefferis there an automator where i can record a bunch of clicks and their locations in ubuntu?10:21
bonhoeffermac has something like this10:21
lotuspsychjebonhoeffer: like logging what happens on your machine?10:21
bonhoefferno -- i'm going through an online class and you have to click in flash like 20 times through the same sequence -- would love to automate it10:22
bonhoefferevery time you start . . . there are a bunch of videos and i would rather read . . .10:22
lotuspsychjebonhoeffer: ah mouse click automater, it is10:22
bonhoefferthanks! so i should be able to google the rest -- but any pointers for ubuntu would be helpful10:23
lotuspsychjebonhoeffer: maybe this can help: http://www.hecticgeek.com/2012/01/powerful-task-automator-ubuntu-linux-windows/10:24
lotuspsychjebonhoeffer: or this: http://askubuntu.com/questions/179581/how-can-i-make-my-mouse-auto-click-every-5-seconds10:25
bonhoefferthanks again!10:25
lotuspsychje!info xautoclick | bonhoeffer10:25
ubottubonhoeffer: Package xautoclick does not exist in raring10:25
lotuspsychje!info autoclick partner10:26
ubottuPackage autoclick does not exist in partner10:26
lotuspsychjeah you need to add specific ppa for xautoclick10:27
bonhoefferplaying with Actionaz now10:27
TestingLifeis lubuntu 13.04 safe?10:29
TestingLifeIs it tested and so on?10:29
lotuspsychjeTestingLife: it has same safety of ubuntu desktop 13.0410:29
lotuspsychje!security | TestingLife10:29
ubottuTestingLife: Security Updates are dealt with here:  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Security - See also !root, !firewall and !server10:29
TestingLifewhen 13.04 came out10:30
TestingLifeis the code tested, no rootkits etc? o_O10:30
lotuspsychjeTestingLife: there are several tools for rootkit hunting, its always prudent to secure your system further10:31
lotuspsychje!info rkhunter | TestingLife10:31
ubottuTestingLife: rkhunter (source: rkhunter): rootkit, backdoor, sniffer and exploit scanner. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.4.0-2 (raring), package size 206 kB, installed size 876 kB10:31
jribTestingLife: 13.04 was released in april of this year10:32
TestingLifebetter to use 12.*10:32
lotuspsychjeTestingLife: an updated ubuntu system would be safe by default, security depends what you doing with it10:33
lotuspsychjeTestingLife: there are many specific security tools to tighten your system10:33
useruserhello guys, could somebody tell me how can I see more detail information about USB web-camera (resolution, supported standards etc.) using command-line?10:34
lotuspsychjeuseruser: lsusb shows what devices10:35
useruserlotuspsychje, I tried that and I tried hwinfo and lshw, but there is no such information10:35
lotuspsychjeuseruser: http://askubuntu.com/questions/214977/how-can-i-find-out-webcam-resolution10:37
useruserlotuspsychje, thak you very much!10:37
lotuspsychjeuseruser: no problem mate10:38
jackw411guys i have a bunch of work on /var/www/ everytime i have 2 commit code to Git i have to do sudo -> I've changed all folder owners to www-data and added my user to this group, but i still have to elevate priviledges to do this10:38
jackw411what could be causing it?10:38
lotuspsychjeuseruser: you can install cheese if you like aswell10:38
lotuspsychjejackw411: did you logout and log back in?10:38
jackw411no, is that a thing?10:39
lotuspsychjejackw411: i think i heared that issue yesterday, worth a try :p10:39
llutzjackw411: file owner != group, you have to chgrp if you want group-members having access10:39
jackw411awesome, worked a treat, so sick of typing sudo git commit all day long10:41
useruserlotuspsychje, i try to use Raspberry Pi for video recording and it runs w/o GUI; btw - lsusb -v does not shows resolution of the camera, I don't know why10:43
Ben64useruser: try asking #raspberrypi10:43
TestingLifeis there a way to run online live versionj of ubuntu10:44
ActionParsnipllutz: you can use chown to change group too :-)10:44
ActionParsniptestinglife: how do you mean?10:44
TestingLifedont know man10:44
TestingLifeDONT KNOW10:44
ActionParsniptestinglife: then how can we reply if you dont know?10:44
TestingLifeis 12.04 LTS ubuntuhavery Ubuntu from live cd10:45
ActionParsniptestinglife: yes, the desktop ISO will give a live OS running in RAM10:45
TestingLifethank you boi10:46
TestingLifeis there a smaller distro with browsder supported from live cd10:48
ActionParsniptestinglife: puppy, tinycore10:48
TestingLifethank you10:49
ActionParsniptinycore is 12mb. doesnt get better than that :-)10:49
TestingLifeYOU DA MAN10:49
TestingLifebut can I have browser on live cd from puppy?10:49
ActionParsnipxpud is light and boots in under 5 seconds here10:49
ActionParsniptestinglifr: sure. not sure what the default browser is. probably midori or something equally light10:50
TestingLifexpud puppy or tinycore10:50
TestingLifewhich one?10:50
TestingLifeand are all tested, no rootkits and such?10:50
TestingLifeno keyloggers and shit like dat10:51
BluesKajdo you think ppl here would tell you to use an OS the had rootlkits and keyloggers, TestingLife ?10:52
ActionParsniptestinglife: they are al clean. if they were not they would die out as nobody woukd use them. try being less paranoid and actually think10:53
ActionParsniptestinglife: seriously?10:53
k1l_i think that whole topic suits better into the #ubuntu-offtopic or ##linux channels :)10:54
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BluesKajk1l_, no , this is definitely ontopic10:55
jackw411is it worth me updating from 12.04LTS to 13.04 for development work yet?10:55
jackw411or should i just stick to 12.04, i don't use gnome etc anyways10:56
k1l_jackw411: 13.10 is the actual development version10:56
ActionParsnipjackw411: precise is lts and supported til April 2017. Raring is only supported til Jan 201410:56
jackw411no i mean, not for development for ubuntu10:56
jackw411development in general10:56
jackw411im scared that updating will break everything and ill lose 3 days trying to sort out the kinks haha10:57
ActionParsnipjaxkw411: id stick to the lts unless you need the later versions of packages in raring. you will need to upgrade to 12.10 first if you are not clean installing10:57
jackw411is it better to just clean install when you upgrade?10:57
ActionParsnipjackw411: id stick with the lts personally10:57
ActionParsnipjackw411: i always clean install, fewer issues10:58
jackw411yeah i figured that would be the case10:58
jackw411im only about 6 months in to my linux journey, its amazing to develop software in, but it still scares the bejesus out of me10:59
ActionParsnipjackw411: you'll learn with time10:59
TrDit is possible to lunch multiple Skype account   on Ubuntu 12.04LTS please ?11:05
gordonjcpTrD: probably11:06
ravenmplayer: how to control gpu rendering? enabling/disabling?11:06
jackw411just make copies of skype11:06
jackw411cp -r ~/.Skype ~/.Skype.first11:06
jackw411cp -r ~/.Skype ~/.Skype.second11:06
jackw411then run both11:07
HexagoniteIs the alt-tab thing fixed in Gnome Classic for Ubuntu 12.04?11:07
TrDim using Skype v4.1 this didint work for me jackw411 :(11:07
jackw411did you make launchers for them?11:07
HexagoniteNever mind, it's not fixed.11:08
TrDyes i do jackw41111:10
ravenmplayer: how to control gpu rendering? enabling/disabling?11:10
DjAngo23Hello everyone. When i try to connect to my VPN the connection is established. but whitin 2 seconds I'm Disconnected. Here is the log from syslog: http://dpaste.com/hold/1275102/11:16
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mastroHi there, I'm an experienced Linux user (usually use gentoo and debian) -- I'm in the position of having to run Windows8 to work now, for some task. But I really don't want to loose the ability of using Linux Terminal and many Linux softwares I'm more then used to. I'm considering the option of running Ubuntu inside Virtualbox in seemless mode. Main issue here is that I'd like to share all the disc between the two. Any ide11:17
mastroa if this is possible?11:17
gordonjcpmastro: run Samba on Ubuntu, share it with Windows?11:18
mastroI've been "out of window" for a long time.11:18
mastrogordonjcp, actually if Linux is the one running inside Virtualbox it would have to be the opposite thing11:18
gordonjcpmastro: why?11:19
laSalut, j'ai des pb pour installer ubuntu 12.04 chiffré.. Je l'installe en manuel, toutes les étapes ont étaient respectés quand l'install arrive à terme je mais ma passe phrase puis j'arrive sur la page du mot de passe et là ni clavier ni souris ne fonctionne ! Avez vous déjà rencontrez ce problème ? merci je fonctionne avec une clé multisystém avec la quel j'ai déjà fait d'autre install avec succés, pou celle la en particuli11:19
laer le clavier cesse de fonctionner en cours d'installation puis l'écran ce fige avec des des pixels qui ce décale..11:19
mastrogordonjcp, because the virtualized system is Linux, not Windows11:19
gordonjcp!fr | la11:19
ubottula: Nous sommes désolés, mais ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.11:19
gordonjcpmastro: and?11:19
laSalut, j'ai des pb pour installer ubuntu 12.04 chiffré.. Je l'installe en manuel, toutes les étapes ont étaient respectés quand l'install arrive à terme je mais ma passe phrase puis j'arrive sur la page du mot de passe et là ni clavier ni souris ne fonctionne ! Avez vous déjà rencontrez ce problème ? merci11:20
gordonjcpjust set up Samba on it, and share some common directory11:20
gordonjcp!fr | la11:20
la je fonctionne avec une clé multisystém avec la quel j'ai déjà fait d'autre install avec succés, pou celle la en particulier le clavier cesse de fonctionner en cours d'installation puis l'écran ce fige avec des des pixels qui ce décale..11:20
la je fonctionne avec une clé multisystém avec la quel j'ai déjà fait d'autre install avec succés, pou celle la en particulier le clavier cesse de fonctionner en cours d'installation puis l'écran ce fige avec des des pixels qui ce décale..11:20
DJonesla: This channel is English only, please use #ubuntu-fr for support in French labguage11:20
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gordonjcpla: en Anglais svp, ou demander à #ubuntu-fr11:21
gordonjcpmastro: running a server on a virtualised machine will work just fine11:22
gordonjcpmastro: you will need to make sure that it can actually talk to the host machine so you probably want a bridged network11:22
mastrogordonjcp, the server should be on windows because the shared disk is(must be) the windows one11:23
mastroLinux is the client in this situation11:23
mastromaybe I should ask in Virtualbox11:23
DjAngo23Hello everyone. When i try to connect to my VPN the connection is established. but whitin 2 seconds I'm Disconnected. Here is the log from syslog: http://dpaste.com/hold/1275102/11:23
TrDjackw411: the sollution is to run in terminal:  Skype --secondary11:24
TrDthis open another instance11:24
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lasalut j'ai installé ubuntu 12.04 chiffré avec une clé multisystèm, j'ai réussi plusieurs fois à finir l'install (mode manuel) mais arrivé a la page mot de passe, ni clavier ni souris ne fonctionne.. Aussi non la plupart du temps je n'arrive même pas à terminer l'intall le clavier ce bloque avant ou bien c'est l'ordi qui pine..bref je ne sait plus quoi faire ..11:24
gordonjcpmastro: oh, I *see*11:24
killeri got a lenovo netbook ideapad s110, but it has terrible video support   that is it is unable to run videos , lspci | grep VGA:11:25
killer00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Atom Processor D2xxx/N2xxx Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 0b)11:25
gordonjcpmastro: right, you didn't specify it had to have a specific disk shared11:25
killeranyone can help me with that11:25
DJonesla: English please in this channel11:25
ActionParsnipdjango23: id check the log on the server side too11:25
ActionParsnipkiller: ive only seen those work with an xorg.conf file11:26
mastrogordonjcp, I'm pretty sure I did :) but not a big deal! Thanks for your reply11:26
killerActionParsnip: you mean it is n't supported yet?11:26
gordonjcpmastro: sorry, maybe I missed that then.  I thought you just wanted somewhere common to put stuff11:26
DjAngo23ActionParsnip: Thanks, but I can't connect to it (ssh is closed_11:27
gordonjcpmastro: then, set up the equivalent of Samba on Windows, and mount it in Ubuntu11:27
ActionParsnipkiller: yes but they need an xorg.conf file to srt better settings than udev can detect. Doesnt mean its not suported11:27
mastrogordonjcp, nope, I'd use Linux for most of the work so the whole disk (physical disk) would have to be shared between the two11:27
gordonjcpmastro: dual-boot... ;-)11:27
ActionParsnipkiller: what is the output of: cat /etc/issue11:28
mastrogordonjcp, some background: the laptops us RST technology (slow, big, hard drive + ssd as cached system in a fake raid configuration) -- this kind of configuration plus UEFI boot makes it an hell configure and set it up a dual boot11:28
mastrogordonjcp, so I'm exploring different routes to achieve what I want: Linux experience, maximum performance, do not under-use the hardware11:29
ActionParsnipmastro: sharing ntfs can be a pain in samba.11:29
gordonjcpmastro: yeah, but if it was easy you'd just get bored11:29
gordonjcpmastro: to get acceptable performance you're going to want Ubuntu on its own partition anyway11:29
killerActionParsnip: ubuntu \n \l11:30
mastrogordonjcp, sure, well.. but sometimes I really miss the "just-work" thing people get on Mac and Windows11:30
ActionParsnipmastro: the ssd is still sata so is 300mbps11:30
ActionParsnipkiller: and the output of: lsb_release -sc11:31
mastroActionParsnip, read about RST, the ssd is used in a fake RAID configuration to accelerate access to the other disc. This is done via software.11:31
mastroActionParsnip, Intel provided some very basic support for it in Linux but setting up a dual boot is a real pain in the ?ss11:31
A1ReconHas anyone used Ubuntu Remote ? It's an Android App...11:33
mastroThe ideal thing to me would be the opposite: Linux and virtualized windows. I'm trying to get as close as possible to that11:33
mastrowithout loosing performance in the process11:33
gordonjcpmastro: I miss the "just work" thing that I get in Linux and OSX, when I use Windows...11:34
ActionParsnipmastro: try a pciexpress ssd, it'll smoke your ssd drives11:34
gordonjcpmastro: either way round, you really need a separate partition for the virtual machine's disk11:35
ActionParsnipmastro: put pagefile, Windows temp, lunux swap, /var and /home on the platter based drive and put both OSes on the platter based drive. Then have a central NTFS partition for casual user data which is mounted in both OSes11:36
mastrogordonjcp, that really depends on the stuff :) I agree with you in some area (I've not used Linux in the last 10 years for nothing) -- still things like this RST just work on Windows, they are a pain on Windows. Will it change in the future? sure, probably, but I have this laptop NOW11:36
mastrogordonjcp, Rapid Storage Technology11:37
ActionParsnipmastro: if you have a fair bit of RAM, you can put browser cache in tempfs and get a speed boost in web browsing as well as not using your slow storages11:37
gordonjcpmastro: ah righty11:37
mastroActionParsnip, browser cache?!11:38
acerimmerutente, greetings11:38
jackw411mastro: your browser when it visits a new web page - stores that web page for use at a later date11:38
jackw411along with images etc11:38
ActionParsnipmastro: yes, the folder your web browser puts temo internet files in.....11:39
ActionParsnipmastro: $HOME/.cache/google-chrome for Chrome11:39
mastrojackw411, ActionParsnip who cares about browser cache :D I need to keep my git repository around, programming, using the terminal and stuff like that -- the browser is the less problematic thing11:40
jackw411yeah i use git for everything11:40
ActionParsnipmastro: because you are writing it to the drive, why bother when you have broadband. Plus it clears the useless data off when you reboot. Makes the browser faster as it doesnt have to save the data to the drive11:41
A1ReconHas anyone used the Ubuntu Remote before?? Its an android app which allows remote control of the Ubuntu System. Can someone tell me what these codes "sleep 5" "ethtool -s eth0 wol g" when inserted in "autostart script(/etc/rc.local)". Its in the app description . Description here >>11:41
jackw411I'm with ActionParsnip -> persistant cache is a ballache from a developers pov11:41
ActionParsnipmastro: also, manipulating files (like compiling) using tempfs also makes it faster11:41
ActionParsnipmastro: the more you can work in RAM the better11:42
ss_hazeA1Recon We're sorry, the requested URL was not found on this server.11:42
jackw411whats the deal with ssds and ubuntu, does it just werk?11:42
ss_hazejackw411 almost everything werks11:43
A1Reconss_haze: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.inspiredandroid.linuxcontrolcenter&hl=en    Sorry I missed an "e"11:43
jackw411not true ss_haze11:43
ss_hazewerk is like quark or something?11:43
mastrojackw411, SSD used with RST is not a common disk, its a fake raid, read this: http://superuser.com/questions/349552/sharing-an-intel-rst-between-windows-and-linux11:43
ActionParsnipa1recon: i use simple remote to control mouse and keyboard from my tablet11:44
mastrogordonjcp, I could also run some NFS server on the windows machine and share it with virtualized Linux, hum...11:44
ss_hazeubuntu remote control looks promising, but probably something does not work as there are so many people who pushed 1 star11:45
ActionParsnipaqrecon: the ethtool man page will tell you what the command does11:45
jackw411mastro: why not just virtualbox the windows install and circumvent all that11:45
mastrojackw411, I explained that in my first question11:46
mastrojackw411, long story short: setting up RST on Linux is a pain in the ?ss11:47
mastrojackw411, and I need a reliable machine to work with, using the top performance it gets me.11:47
ActionParsnipid just get hardware raid :-) if you need real speed11:47
A1ReconActionParsnip: simple remote?11:47
mastroActionParsnip, sure, I'll buy one and hammer it inside the laptop11:48
ActionParsnipa1recon: yes. controls mouse and keyboard. on a remote pc. there is a native server side app11:48
nbubuntuActionParsnip : I would like to know how do I fix for WD hard drive which having intelligent park of 8 sec problem ?11:48
ActionParsnipmastro: dev on laptops is painful. the guys whre i work refuse to work on laptops11:49
ActionParsnipnbubuntu: i have no idea what that means11:49
ActionParsnipnbubuntu: try ##hardware if its a hardware issue11:50
mastroActionParsnip, developing on laptop is the best thing to do. For many reasons. Main one is that I do not stay in the same place all the time, and I often take my work with me11:50
nbubuntuActionParsnip : I mean HD smart load cycle count11:51
jackw411mastro: im of that school of thought also11:51
ActionParsnipnbubuntu: not something ive played with....sorry11:51
nbubuntuActionParsnip : oh , what I wanted is how to do a bootable DOS cd to fix it11:52
nbubuntuActionParsnip : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=156588911:52
jackw411im looking at getting a zenbook prime next11:52
ActionParsnipnbubuntu: ultimate boot cd has that i believe. Not an ubuntu issue11:52
helpmenowNuggazphpmyadmin cant connect to mysql PLEAS EHELP ME NOW NUGGZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ11:52
acerimmer!shout|helpmenowNuggaz, shouting won't help11:53
ubottuhelpmenowNuggaz, shouting won't help: PLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.11:53
ActionParsniphelpmenownuggaz: try asking properly...11:53
nbubuntuActionParsnip : hm.... sorry I really dont know how to make one ...11:53
jackw411helpmenowNuggaz: what server stack are you using? apache2 or xampp or what11:53
ubottuhelpmenowNuggaz,: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."11:53
helpmenowNuggazapache2 sir11:53
ActionParsnipnbubuntu: so you dont know how to burn an iso to a cd?11:53
mastroActionParsnip, and (hint) the people you work with refuse to use a laptop because they'll be sure that nobody will have any possibility of asking them to work from home cause they'll just reply "sorry, the PC is at work". I don't know which kind of developers are they but I assure you that ANY *pro* developers works on a laptop11:54
nbubuntuActionParsnip : which I need to insert another .exe file in it11:54
jackw411helpmenowNuggaz: tried doing sudo service mysql restart?11:54
acerimmermnice, greetings11:54
helpmenowNuggazyes it says mysql service stop/waiting11:54
jackw411does it restart and give you a process ID?11:55
ActionParsnipmastro: they use dev servers mainly. lots of grunt. they use decent systems to test locally first as well. laptops dont cut it for what they need11:55
jackw411mysql start/running, process 2208511:55
jackw411something like that^11:55
ActionParsnipnbubuntu: why?11:55
helpmenowNuggazno it didnt giv eme a process id sir11:55
mnicewhere can I persistently set up a NIC link setting to be used also with NM ? in fedora/suse i'd just put NM_controlled=yes and ETHTOOL_OPTIONS="$foobar" in ifcfg-eth0 and NM will use it .. thanks11:55
jackw411helpmenowNuggaz: then your mysql isn't restarting for whatever reason11:55
jackw411so thats why phpmyadmin can't connect11:55
helpmenowNuggazcan you help me sir?11:55
BluesKaj!who > helpmenowNuggaz11:56
ubottuhelpmenowNuggaz, please see my private message11:56
nbubuntuActionParsnip : never mind , because it's really troublesome and I am not sure whether I can do it without plugin out other hard disk11:56
helpmenowNuggazjackw411 can you help me sir?11:56
jackw411jesus wept11:57
jackw411i would have helped you11:57
jackw411but you are annoying11:57
helpmenowNuggazfuck you bitch i dont want bitch nuggazzz'ss help11:57
helpmenowNuggazbuck you jack4ll11:58
mnicehelpmenowNuggaz: hmm11:58
mniceagain .. wherre can I presistently set in ubuntu some link options to be used with NM ? in suse it's ETHTOOL_OPTIONS=foo (along with NM_CONTROLLED=yes) in ifcfg-eth012:00
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nbubuntuActionParsnip : I cant post at the channel ##hardware12:02
k1l_maybe you need to register. for more questions on that ask the irc support in #freenode12:03
k1l_!register | nbubuntu12:03
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BenyaminLHello, can anyone help me? I get a problem with booting causes i edit grub.cfg in wrong way, now i can't boot, when booting go to boot rescue, and now the problem make me confused. I don't have even life cd and live usb.. Need help, this evening i can get into busybox, but the problem is, the boot dir when on busy box can't be found, so i need help, someone who knows about this, i really need my computer back online...12:06
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conman47BenyaminL: Maybe  something simple like uninstall grub and reinstall it?  Then you should get a default config.  Then you need to run it to make it write to disk though.12:14
Vec_I've shared a folder with samba. in smb.conf i've set the share with guest ok = no. user = security. I made a user on my ubuntu server with the same name and PW as the user on my windows machine. When i try to authenticate to the share from my windows machine i can't log on. I'm certain im writing the same username and pw as i added on my linux box. What gives?12:15
conman47I'm not giving any guarantees though, just suggesting...12:15
conman47BenyaminL: And if you don't have a live cd, maybe you need one12:15
BenyaminLcoman47: what mean? I don't get the point12:15
BenyaminLYeah, i think that's the problem, because i'm in vacation, so didn't bring anything about ubuntu...12:16
conman47OK, yeah I guess you cannot do it since you cannot boot your system.12:16
LPhashi, i just installed all ndiswrapper-* stuff but i'm still getting "FATAL: Module ndiswrapper not found.". Is there a known bug about this?12:16
BenyaminLconman47 : Hmm... Conman47 you talk to?12:17
mniceLPhas: does `modprobe -l | grep ndisw' find it ?12:17
mniceif not you might use depmod -av12:17
conman47BenyaminL: to you. What I meant was apt-get remove and apt-get install grub, to get a default config back.  but if you're not in your system I guess you can't12:17
LPhasmnice, "modprobe: invalid option -- 'l'"12:18
conman47BenyaminL: If you can't boot your system and you have no other system, you need a live cd or something right?   What did you mean by you can "get into busybox"?12:18
LPhasmnice,  whiel sudo depmod -av | grep ndisw returns nothing12:18
LPhasmnice, and i've already tried with depmod -a before btw12:19
LPhasmnice, i'm quite sure that the module is not here...12:19
mniceuf .. if modprobe -l doesn't list it's not there with sure12:19
LPhasmnice,  -l seems not a known flag of modprobe12:20
BenyaminLi read grub manual, it can boot into busybox, but in the busybox i can't do anything ==12:20
mnice# modprobe  -h 2>&1|tail -n112:21
mnicemodprobe -l -t <dirname> [ -a <modulename> ...]12:21
mniceso probablu you have some different modprobe12:22
conman47BenyaminL: Can you mount your root fs?  Can you run a text editor?12:22
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.12:22
er4z0rI try to pxe boot a live-cd that is based on ubuntu, but always end up in a busybox shell. How can I diagnose from there?12:23
LPhasmnice, yeah, that's strange12:23
LPhasmnice, are you using ubuntu 13.04?12:23
BenyaminLconman47:that's good, the problem, i can do nothing there, rrrrrr12:23
mniceLPhas: sorry i can't help .. i came here also for asing .. i don't use ubu at all (i hate ubu :D) but as a linux expert the friend of mine asked me to fix some issue for him so i'm just trying right now12:24
conman47BenyaminL: so the answer is no, you cannot run mount with busybox?12:24
mnicenobody knows an answer for my questions because "it's ubuntu" :D .. like "this is SPARTA"12:24
BenyaminLYeah, that's right12:24
BenyaminLconman47 : that's right brother12:25
LPhasmnice, lol i think i'm not that big ubuntu fan myself. brofist12:25
jackw411i wanna move to debian from ubuntu, i dont like the direction canonical are taking with all the amazon bloat etc12:26
conman47BenyaminL: Not sure what you expect anyone to say to help you then.  You need a system that can boot and give you some basic commands.  Then you need to mount your filesystem, and fix your errors.  Go get a live cd or similar, or physically take out the harddrive and connect it to a working computer.12:26
conman47...and good luck! :)12:27
k1l_jackw411: you can easily turn that shopping list of or uninstall that.12:27
BenyaminLConman47:I hope so, thx.. Hmm.. Indonesia....12:27
jackw411k1l_: its not just that though - theres a few things, my plan when work dies down over christmas is to port my whole workflow to stripped down barebones debian and a tiling WM12:28
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conman47wow, hit-and-run...12:29
k1l_jackw411: just noting, that ubuntu got alot of other DEs and WM in the repos.12:29
conman47A related question from me (not to BenyaminL).  Why is busybox installed by default in ubuntu?  What is its purpose when bash+other binaries are there also?12:30
jackw411hahaha k1l_ im fully aware -> currently using 12.04 with awesome, ive tried a few and i liked awesomes default keybindings12:30
sssaubuntu tr yok mu be12:31
Vec_How do i give a spesific group read/write/execute permissions on  folder?12:31
k1l_jackw411: you dont have the amazon shopping lense in awesome :)12:31
Vec_Am i close with chmod <groupname>+rwx /folder/ ?12:31
jackw411Vec_: no12:31
Vec_jackw411: Could you enlighten me? ^^12:32
jackw411Vec_: chmod -R permissions /folder/12:32
Vec_jackw411: where does the spesific group get involved in those permissions?12:32
Vec_afaik that command only sets global permissions on that folder?12:33
jackw411Vec_: you do chgrp -R group /folder/12:33
jackw411-R does it for everything inside12:33
killerhey , i got intel chip gma_500 and it suck with while playing videos but is ok in windows ,i use ubuntu 13.0412:33
Vec_jackw411: many thanks12:33
busconhi, i'm installing ubuntu 13.04 but I have a problem with the graphic and I cannot reconfigure it with the graphic tools12:35
busconhow can I do that from the command line?12:35
Vec_jackw411: Where does the permissions go tho? sudo chgrp -r <group> /folder/   -  but no permissions?12:35
Vec_i guess <group>+permissions12:35
buscondpkg-reconfigure xorg says that /var/cache/debconf/config.dat is locked12:35
Enichi keep getting "[ERROR]Cannot access secondary GPU - error: [XORG] (EE) No devices detected.   - Aborting because fallback start is disabled."    When i am trying to use optirum (or primusrun)    i have tried to follow guides online and figure out how to handle the issue, but i just cant get it working at all.    im running 12.10 with a Geforce 670M12:36
jackw411Vec_: are you trying to give the group ownership of the files12:36
jackw411or just give them permissions but retain owner?12:36
Vec_Just give permissions12:36
jackw411i just change ownership and set permissions12:37
bonhoefferwhat does it mean to xd unpack a file with 7zip? i'm trying to decompile a swf file in ubuntu12:37
bonhoefferand i've heard i can use 7zip12:37
Vec_Im sharing a folder over samba. Security=user, ive added users and try to log on with them. But i think i need to set permissions for the users in my linux box12:37
Darkyyycant boot from USB :S12:37
jackw411Vec_: you sure that isn't in Samba configuration?12:38
Vec_Not sure, i have to go now, but ill do more research on google12:38
Vec_thanks for the help tho12:38
smallmouse1can i transfer files via ssh12:45
smallmouse1so if i am on a server with ssh can i transfer files to it from my local machine12:46
weldansmallmouse1 : you got many options with that, scp, rsync, ftp , sftp12:46
smallmouse1weldan: so with terminal i am logging into a secure server using a key12:47
smallmouse1weldan: so i can transfer a file from there12:47
weldanyes you can12:47
weldantry rsync12:47
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weldanrsync -e "ssh -i path/yourkeyfile.pem" -avr localfile destuser@desthost:/destpath/destfile12:48
icerootsmallmouse1: scp localfile user@host:/path/to/put/the/file/   is another way12:51
smallmouse1iceroot: even if requires key etc ? so i will play with it12:52
icerootsmallmouse1: scp is using ssh12:52
icerootsmallmouse1: so yes, its working with the key12:52
icerootsmallmouse1: the same for sftp and rsync over ssh12:52
smallmouse1iceroot: thank you12:53
busconhow can u set low graphics of the installer of ubuntu?12:58
usherdo you know do most big hosts give some kind of console access to dedi servers to migrate ubuntu?12:59
ushersay I am developing on 1 dedi then moving to better provider dedi sercer13:00
usherhmm anyone know it?13:02
usherwhat if machine got diff hardware specs13:02
usherwill ubuntu be able to simply recognise them?13:02
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BaribalHi. I'm looking for a cheap drone to verify some ideas I had about realtime processing for robots. Is there a drone that easily interfaces with Ubuntu, maybe even running it onboard? Anybody got any experience with interfacing with a Parrot AR, for that matter?13:07
mapreriHi! I'm trying to set up a vpn server with openvpn. When I try to start the server with "service openvpn start" the command exit with a 1 exit code. This is my /etc/openvpn/server.conf: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5810795/ Can someone help me?13:10
mapreriIn the syslog there are no lines now, and the file I set to be used as log file doesn't exist13:11
SonikkuAmericaWhere am I supposed to go to complain about the BZR branches for Unity 8 not working?13:11
mapreriSonikkuAmerica: #ubuntu-unity ?13:12
SonikkuAmericamapreri: Excellent, thx13:12
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yofunShould do this  the search functionality in gedit/vim/emacs. When I say "search", I really don't mean plain text search. It would be nice if I can get results about everything that is related, except if I explicitly said I only want Amazon product pages or Wikipedia entries.  I totally don't want to open up Google to do these searches. That is not very efficient is it.13:29
Sicpwhy can't I SSH to my machine? I have openssh-server/client13:31
Sicpand I am able (at the terminal) to SSH to myself13:31
Sicpbut not from outside yet13:31
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yofunSicp:  ports?13:34
Sicpwhat about them?13:35
Sicpopenssh usually opens 2213:35
Sicpjust checked, 22 is LISTEN13:36
DJonesSicp: When you say you can't ssh from outside, do you mean from outside your own network, if so, have you opened the port on the router and set it to forward to the machine with ssh installed13:38
UbuntuuserI would apreciat it if you all stop releasing updates intended only to break linux ubuntu 1213:39
Ubuntuuserif i want to update then I will no reason to force people13:40
Sicpahhh, right right13:40
Sicpthe tab is on the neighbor's wifi13:40
Ubuntuusertired of your updates causing my boot up to say there is an error when i use ignore it starts up just fine where is your fail?13:41
Ubuntuuseranyway untill you get 13 stable please stop trying to force people to use it13:42
Ubuntuusergoood bye13:42
asadpakistani1I have a crawler script running for two days using PHP CLI.... I did not want it to get killed to I did... "pgrep -f php | while read PID; do echo -17 > /proc/$PID/oom_adj; done" ... I am running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server on amazon EC2 ... My question is that some people on the internet are saying i should use com_oom_adj instead of oom_adj...should I Re-run the command or just leave it alone...The crawler is 40% done and has comsum13:43
DJonesasadpakistani1: That sounds like its probably a question to ask in #php (could be ##php)13:44
armini've enabled panel integration for e.g. youtube and twitter but found out that it is a pretty pointless feature. can i disable those again?13:44
asadpakistani1DJones: Well more of an OOM Killer question13:45
asadpakistani1DJones: ill try php13:45
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yofunShould do this  the search functionality in gedit/vim/emacs. When I say "search", I really don't mean plain text search. It would be nice if I can get results about everything that is related, except if I explicitly said I only want Amazon product pages or Wikipedia entries.  I totally don't want to open up Google to do these searches. That is not very efficient is it.13:49
ghostawehey i'm kind of confused right now about dns look ups on ubuntu latest releases. nslookup is giving me localhost by default. Does it mean that the host is not using nameservers in resolv.conf?13:50
asadpakistani1yofun: try lucene or solr13:51
yofunlol seriously?13:51
asadpakistani1i crawled a wikipedia articke13:51
asadpakistani1parsed the tables13:51
yofuni didnt know there is anything. that was a joke ^^13:51
asadpakistani1put it in couchdb13:51
asadpakistani1with lucene13:51
asadpakistani1and now i can query the whole table13:52
FloodBot1asadpakistani1: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.13:52
asadpakistani1with any fied13:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1055766 in command-not-found (Ubuntu) "grep -R doesn't automatically search amazon" [Undecided,Fix released]13:52
asadpakistani1FloodBot1: sorry13:52
ubuntivwhat are good alternatives for Ulead Video Studio that are free and work on Ubuntu/Linux ??13:53
ubuntivSimple video trimming and joining is not enough for my requirement, I need a program to add titles, captions, subtitles, transitions, video-in-video, etc...13:54
ari_just upgraded 12.04 to 12.10 on Lenovo T400. What a mess with graphics13:54
ubuntivThanks in advance :)13:54
usr13ubuntiv:  http://cinelerra.org/13:54
ubuntivThanks usr1313:55
ubuntivAny other suggestions (so that I can compare and choose the best one)??13:55
DJonesubuntiv: Not something I've used, but maybe have a look at www.pitivi.org as well13:55
ubuntivThanks DJones, I think I'll check youtube to see what do these software provide....13:56
fosstererAnyone experienced with xen here?13:57
usr13ubuntiv: http://askubuntu.com/questions/68142/how-do-i-install-cinelerra  (if you choose to use cinelerra)13:58
usr13ubuntiv: (It is not in standard repositories.)13:58
le_tigrai recently installed 13.04 in my laptop. when it finished, i had no 3d acceleration, no unity, and no window borders. why???13:59
usr13le_tigra: We don't know.14:00
usr13le_tigra: What video card to you have?  lspci |grep -i vga14:00
reisiole_tigra: possibly exotic hardware14:00
le_tigraintel 855gm... kinda old.. usr13...14:00
usr13le_tigra: Ok, prolly why.  Might be best to stick with 2d14:01
reisioI know some versions of compiz have a check and disable for certain hardware14:01
reisiothough you can manually override it, the check is presumably there for a reason14:01
reisiohi zack14:01
le_tigrahmm.. thats disappointing.. :(14:02
ubuntivHi Zacky0011114:02
Haze-_which irc app do you guys prefer for ubuntu14:03
usr13le_tigra: Check software-properties-gtk14:03
reisioHaze-_: hexchat14:03
ubuntivle_tigra: sometimes you have to use older versions to get 3d effects working, I have an Inspiron 1100 and had to install ubuntu 7.10 to get the 3d acceleration active14:03
Haze-_reisio is it free ?14:03
usr13le_tigra: ... for other driver software.  Or consider another display adapter.14:03
k1l_Haze-_: xchat is in the ubuntu repos and easy to install14:03
Haze-_k1l_ xchat is only trial then pay, correct ? i was wondering if theres a free irc app14:04
le_tigrayea ubuntiv, 9.10 works well with my card14:04
reisioHaze-_: yes14:04
Haze-_reisio, thanks14:04
reisioHaze-_: no, xchat is completely open source14:04
k1l_Haze-_: no, its free for linux14:04
Haze-_reisio ahh ok14:04
reisioand hexchat is a more maintained version of xchat14:04
usr13le_tigra: Of course, we are only speculating.14:04
reisioit's free for windows as well14:04
reisiothere is one illegal implementation of xchat that isn't free for windows14:04
reisioout of many14:04
k1l_reisio: not the xchat builds.14:04
reisiok1l_: see above14:04
Haze-_oh i couldve swore xchat asked me to register when i used it on windows, guess im thinking of something else maybe14:04
reisioHaze-_: you're probably thinking of the one illegal implementation of xchat that isn't free14:05
DJones!irc | Haze-_ There are number of IRC clients listed in the links from ubottu,14:05
ubottuHaze-_ There are number of IRC clients listed in the links from ubottu,: A list of official Ubuntu IRC channels, as well as IRC clients for Ubuntu, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat - For a general list of !freenode channels, see http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#channellist - See also !Guidelines14:05
k1l_Haze-_: no you are right. the xchat builds are not free for windows.14:05
Haze-_oh ok14:05
reisiok1l_: wrong :)14:05
reisioit doesn't matter, though, hexchat has replaced it for both OSes14:05
k1l_reisio: no. show me the free xchat build.14:05
Haze-_i still use mirc for windows, been using mirc for about 18 years now14:06
k1l_!find hexchat14:06
ubottuPackage/file hexchat does not exist in raring14:06
reisiok1l_: well the most popular one renamed itself to hexchat14:06
DJonesk1l_: silverex used to do a completely free version of xchat on windows14:06
reisiothere's some more at http://www.silverex.org/14:06
reisioand #xchat has more linked in their /topic14:06
reisioHaze-_: ew :p14:06
le_tigrai tried archlinux  ubuntiv and the guide was just.. "whaaatt??!?!" paragraph sprawl all over the place!! i got through it and still somehow i wasnt able to do it right.. i think it was the last setup with the grub in re the order of checking the partitions.. >:(14:06
Zacky00111i need help, im fresh on linux (ubuntu gnome 13.04) and after installing nvidia driver with "apt-get install nvidia-current " i crashed my desktop, after some recovery trys, i got it back. But when im booting my system now, he shows a shell login and automatic start the desktop. i dont think its normal ... sry about my english :(14:06
k1l_reisio: so you are confusing the users. the "xchat" called program is not free on windws. the codebase is free and there are some other programms using that, but xhcat itself is not free14:07
k1l_Haze-_: just install xchat on ubuntu. hexchat is not available yet in the official repos14:07
ubuntivI use weechat command-line IRC client on my other PC (which is 10+ years old)14:07
reisiok1l_: xchat itself is free14:08
reisiothat's why you can take it and fork it to hexchat14:08
reisioand make everyone happier14:08
usr13Zacky00111: lspci | pastebinit #And send us resulting URL14:08
mukubesacccam server14:08
Zacky00111ok moment pls14:08
ubuntivle_tigra: did you consider dual-booting (or triple-booting) your PC with different Ubuntu versions?14:08
k1l_reisio: http://xchat.org/windows/  enough of that nonsese14:08
ubuntivMy Inspiron 1100 has an Ubuntu 7.10 with 3D effects, and Ubuntu 8.10 for newer software (It was the newest at that time)14:09
usr13k1l_: reisio Haze-_ /join #xchat   :)14:09
le_tigrayeah ubuntiv i tried dual booting 9.04 with 13.04 and 13.04 had no ubity, 3d acceleration, or window borders... :(14:10
reisiok1l_: you don't listen :p14:10
Haze-_reisio, not a fan of mirc ?14:10
ubuntivTry logging in oon your 13.04 using 2D Unity or classic Gnome14:10
Raazeerhi all. anyone know a way to get /dev/dsp et al back on 13.04/14:10
usr13Zacky00111: You know how to cut&paste?  (Linux has some added features. clipboard etc...)14:10
reisioHaze-_: :D14:10
Zacky00111im little bit slow :) but i think i know14:11
RaazeerI've googled extensively and so far all leads I've found have melted14:11
usr13Zacky00111: Ctrl-c  to copy, but Shift-Ctrl-c  from terminla.14:11
mukubesaso how can i mark cccam server \14:11
usr13Zacky00111: Ctrl-v to paste, but Shift-Ctrl-v to paste to terminal.14:11
ubuntivle_tigra: Try logging in oon your 13.04 using 2D Unity or classic Gnome14:11
k1l_reisio: you are confusing by mixing codebase name and the windows program itself. see my link. EOD14:12
dn5wireless keeps asking for password, any help? using ubuntu 12.0414:12
usr13Zacky00111: Highlight something and it goes to clipboard, middle mouse button dumps it.  (May need shift middle-mouse-button for terminal)14:12
dn5hello usr13 how it's going14:12
le_tigraubuntiv, yeah.. i'll note that down and try it 2mrw... thanks! :)14:13
ubuntivYou are welcome, le_tigra :)14:13
saiarcot895dn5: Is it storing the key? (go to Wireless Icon>Edit>network name>Edit>Wi-Fi Security)14:14
reisiok1l_: no you are, by doing the opposite :p14:14
usr13Zacky00111: Are you 32 or 64bit?14:14
reisioxchat is gpl licensed14:14
alexaMy irc client on phone is having trouble right now to part from channel. And I pay for every MB i spend. Please somebody kicks me from the channel!14:14
Zacky0011164 bit14:14
nibbler_hi. i'm in ubutu 13.04, and my mouse just left me. i run gnome3. i can move the pointer, i can click to activate any window after going into top-left corner. but i cannot get any effect from clicking on a specific part in any window (cant select nicnames here, cant chose a tab in firefox etc) - any hint? just happend suddenly14:14
RaazeerPeople, several dozen packages still use /dev/dsp, /dev/mixer or /dev/audio, there HAS to be a way to get them back?14:15
ubuntivPlease someone kick alexa out of here based on his request14:15
FloodBot1alexa: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.14:15
ubuntivDoes == mode/#ubuntu [-q alexa!*@*] by FloodBot2 means he is kicked out??14:16
k1l_ubuntiv: no, that was a short mute14:16
ghostawehey i'm kind of confused right now about dns look ups on ubuntu latest releases. nslookup is giving me localhost by default. Does it mean that the host is not using nameservers in resolv.conf?14:16
reisio-q just means his messages don't show, but he was also kicked14:16
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dn5_wireless network authenticaion reuqired shows up every 5 minutes14:17
saiarcot895reisio: I thought +q meant messages don't show?14:17
k1l_-q is actually the remove of the mute.14:18
usr13Zacky00111: First off you can remove or rename the /etc/X11/xorg.conf file and you'll be back were you were before, (after logging out and back in again). Next uninstall the nvidia-current package.  i.e.   sudo apt-get remove nvidia-current   or apt-get purge nvidia-current  Next, go to nvidia.com and download and install from them. Read instructions.  I'll help if you like.14:18
usr13Zacky00111: http://www.nvidia.com/object/linux-display-ia32-319.32-driver.html14:18
dn5_come on can anyone help me14:18
Zacky00111wau, thanks usr13, u r rly handsome :)14:18
reisiodn5_: how far from your router are you?14:18
dn5_2 meters14:19
nibbler_ok, calling "metacity --replace" gave me my mouse functionality back - but shut down my window manager somehow....14:19
ubuntivI don't know your story, nibbler_ , but what about "compiz-fusin --replace"??14:20
usr13Zacky00111: Ctrl-Alt-F6 to go to console terminal (tty6), sudo service lightdm stop  #To stop the X server.14:20
usr13Zacky00111: Let me know if you need further info.14:20
dn5_usr13 any help from you?14:20
Zacky00111okay :)14:20
halowhat are good terminal apps?14:21
saiarcot895dn5_: I would say there's something wrong either with the wireless hardware or the router14:21
usr13dn5_: What type of encryption is the AP using?14:21
yofunhttp://www.manucornet.net/pcjacking/ o_014:21
usr13dn5_: lspci | pastebinitn  #Send resulting URL14:22
dn5_I don't think so. I have win7 on computer even farther from router and it works fine. Also this didn't show me up until I upgraded to 12.04 a day or two before. usr13 - WPA2 Personal14:22
dn5_oen second14:22
ubuntivI did PC jacking once in a library PC14:22
ubuntivI didn't know that the concept already existed!14:22
nibbler_ubuntiv: dont have compiz-fusion, but compiz --replace and compiz-decorator --replace have about the same effect as metacity --replace. makes the system way more usable again, but no gnome3 functions available.14:22
usr13dn5_: wiconfig | pastebinit  #Send URL to us14:22
ocooelHi. Possible to sync Evolution with Google Tasks..?14:23
ubuntivI used a customly modified distro (modified by me) to meet the local social interests..14:23
haloany good terminal apps like Gnome terminal?14:23
nibbler_ubuntiv: gnome-shell --replace14:23
killerhow can i maximize performance for my gma 500 chip14:24
killerubuntu 13.0414:24
dn5_usr13 - http://paste.ubuntu.com/5810980/14:24
dn5_usr13 - http://paste.ubuntu.com/5810981/14:25
usr13Zacky00111: Did you say you were 32bit?14:25
Zacky00111i see, was the wrong driver i load the 64bit version14:26
dn5_usr13 did you check pastebins?14:26
usr13Zacky00111: I sent you the URL...ok. you got it. Ok14:26
haloguys! what are good terminal apps, pleeeeze!14:26
usr13dn5_: Hold on...14:26
* halo is feeling ignored14:26
dn5_halo I told you already; irssi14:27
halooh, soorrry14:27
dn5_halo you also have webbrowser in terminal style. I forgot it's name but google knows it14:27
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fosstererdn5_: w3m?14:28
usr13dn5_: "Link Quality=44/70"  from:   http://paste.ubuntu.com/5810981/14:28
halolynx? dn5_14:28
dn5_yes lync14:28
usr13dn5_: Imporve your location, or put your AP up high, see if it improves.14:28
halowhat is that irssi? I meant I wanted a terminal EMULATOR, sorry i wasnt clear14:28
dn5_Hm, i'll check it14:29
dn5_but I doubt it14:29
solaruini have some important files on a external bootable drive (running some variety of ubuntu) and it wont boot. does anyone know of some sort of tool i can use to repair the boot files w/o wiping the data?14:29
gordonjcphalo: what exactly are you trying to do?14:29
haloto have different configuration for each terminal emulator14:29
dn5_usr13 - while i was on 10.04 lts it worked without problem14:29
usr13!grub | solaruin14:29
ubottusolaruin: GRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub214:29
ubuntivUse profiles, halo.14:29
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gordonjcphalo: look at "Profiles..." in the Edit menu14:30
usr13dn5_: You are on 12.04?14:30
dn5_yes I am. You know I switched to it the other day.14:30
streulmahello, is there someone that tried Ubuntu on a Mac Mini Mid 2011?14:30
streulmaWhich version of Ubuntu is best to run this times? 13.04 ?14:31
solaruinso wait, i can just access grub as if it were an app, and run it on the drive? .-.14:31
solaruinim not quite sure what your telling me..14:32
usr13dn5_: It is possible that the driver module does not work well from the kernel you are on now.  Are you fully  updated?14:33
lahyeneest ce que ca parle francais ici???svp14:35
DJones!fr | lahyene14:35
ubottulahyene: Nous sommes désolés, mais ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.14:35
lahyeneyes ok14:35
lahyenethank you .... bye14:35
streulmaI want to run Ubuntu on my Mac MIni :(14:35
streulmaI know how to install14:36
usr13dn5_: sudo apt-get upgrade   #Is your system up-to-date?14:36
streulmabut have a problem with fancontrol14:36
usr13dn5_: Do you have more than one kernel?14:38
usr13dn5_: Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/RalinkRT2500  and/or  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1811207  (Not sure if any of it is relevant at all but, just some discussion about your WiFi card.)14:39
streulmadn5_: do you have installed linux-headers-$(uname -r) and dkms ?14:39
solaruinso..im running lubuntu right now, is there an app thats preinstalled that i can use to fix my external?14:40
usr13solaruin: I don't know, but you should be able to read it.  Do you see your files?14:41
usr13solaruin: ... that is, if the drive is still operational.14:41
solaruini see some boot files, but i cant find any data files relating to any sort of apps, or the ‎files im after.14:42
WiCkEd_I've received an error that my boot file is full14:42
streulmaWiCkEd_: you have a boot partition ?14:42
usr13solaruin: (not knowing what is wrong with your drive, it is not possible for us to know what you need to do.)14:42
usr13solaruin: sudo fdisk -l |pastebinit  #send us URL14:42
AndreasErDoes anyone know why the login screen is stuck in my background? Can't change wallpaper eather http://i42.tinypic.com/2zf4oq8.png14:43
WiCkEd_Not that I waslmaaware of Steum14:43
WiCkEd_gzip: stdout: No space left on device14:43
WiCkEd_E: mkinitramfs failure cpio 141 gzip 114:43
WiCkEd_update-initramfs: failed for /boot/initrd.img-3.8.0-25-generic with 1.14:43
WiCkEd_run-parts: /etc/kernel/postinst.d/initramfs-tools exited with return code 114:43
WiCkEd_Failed to process /etc/kernel/postinst.d at /var/lib/dpkg/info/linux-image-extra-3.8.0-25-generic.postinst line 1010.14:43
WiCkEd_dpkg: error processing linux-image-extra-3.8.0-25-generic (--configure):14:43
WiCkEd_ subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 214:43
WiCkEd_dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of linux-image-generic:14:43
FloodBot1WiCkEd_: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.14:43
WiCkEd_ linux-image-generic depends on linux-image-extra-3.8.0-25-generic; however:14:43
usr13solaruin: Could it be that your BIOS settings have changed and  your PC no longer looks for USB drive to boot?14:43
solaruinno i went into the bios and told it to boo14:44
solaruinits a grub error, it says so when i try it14:44
usr13WiCkEd_: ls /boot | pastebinit14:44
solaruini think it was error 17 or something  to that effect...i'd have to try again to be sure14:44
usr13WiCkEd_: Send us URL14:44
usr13!paste | WiCkEd_14:45
ubottuWiCkEd_: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imagebin.org/?page=add | !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.14:45
WiCkEd_okay one sec14:45
tantansorry for offtopic: do you know a trick for lftp/mirror into a directory without creating the root directory again? e.g. i want to mirror /local/test to ftp://any.wh/ere => this creates ftp://any.wh/ere/test instead of copying the files directly into /ere14:46
zykotick9WiCkEd_: do you have a "need" for a separate /boot?14:46
usr13WiCkEd_: ls /var/lib/dpkg/info/linux-image-*list |pastebinit  #Send resulting URL14:47
WiCkEd_I was not aware that I was using 2. I just started finding that I was unable to add any additional programing and run the same type of error14:47
WiCkEd_when I punch in command it ask me to get pastebinit which I cannot due to the error14:48
usr13WiCkEd_: What version of Ubuntu do you have?  10.04? or ___________?   lsb_release -r14:50
usr13WiCkEd_: 13.04?  __________?14:50
k1l_13 is not enough14:50
usr13WiCkEd_: lsb_release -r14:50
tantanrabby: thx, mirroring without rootdir works now with ./.14:51
usr13WiCkEd_: sudo fdisk -l   #What size are your linux partitions.14:51
usr13WiCkEd_: See my PM14:51
usr13WiCkEd_: Paste into PM - WiCkEd_14:52
busconhi, i have some problem with my video card installing ubuntu14:53
busconit is a via video card14:53
usr13buscon: More info........14:54
busconthe installer brings me to a low-graphic mode window, but I don't have any options to reconfigure it14:54
nbubuntuhi anyone know how to disable or enable usb drive to go offline when not using ?14:54
usr13buscon: software-properties-gtk14:55
busconusr13: ok, i try that - does that run graphically?14:55
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usr13nbubuntu: Just unmount it.14:55
usr13buscon: Yes.14:55
BluesKajnbubuntu, place behind the other drives in the boot sequence14:55
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nbubuntuusr13 BluesKaj : I mean is there a setting for power saving ? when not using ?14:56
busconusr13: i cannot use the graphic, the installer starts in graphic mode and then stops working14:56
nbubuntuusr13 BluesKaj : Auto14:56
nantouis wine the only way to run an .exe file on linux?14:56
usr13buscon: SO you are at a command prompt in console mode?14:56
WiCkEd_usr13 see pm14:57
busconusr13: yes, that's the only way to interact14:57
BluesKajnantou, unless you run windows a s a guest OS in a Virtualbox14:57
usr13WiCkEd_: see my pm14:58
v1c3Hi Is there something like a rolling release of ubuntu?14:58
usr13buscon: lspci |grep -i vga  #Tell us what it says.14:58
DJonesv1c3: No, 6 monthly releases are the norm14:58
nbubuntuusr13 BluesKaj : how to check which USB number port which my external hard disk was connecting ?14:58
BluesKajlsusb , nbubuntu14:59
busconusr13: vga compatibel controller: via technologies, Inc CN896/VN896/P4N900 [Chome 9 HC]15:00
nbubuntuBluesKaj thanks15:00
v1c3Dont want to update every 6 month whats the best rolling distribution with gnome3?15:00
DJonesv1c3: No idea, maybe ask in ##linux, this channel only deals with Ubuntu, the general channel may have a few suggestions15:02
streulmacan anybody help me ?15:02
streulmais there some kind of fancontrol (howto) in Ubuntu ?15:02
v1c3DJones: ok thanks15:03
busconusr13: does that tell you something?15:05
nbubuntuBluesKaj : does bus1 = USB1 at  /sys/bus/usb/devices/usb1 ?15:07
nbubuntuBluesKaj : Bus 001 Device 003 means ?15:08
usr13buscon: I forgot, are you 12.04?  or 13.04?15:08
busconusr13: now 12.04, before i tried 13.04 and had the same problem15:09
Haze-_if i wanted to buy a used laptop just for the purpose of installing ubuntu or other linux os's just to practice and teach myself linux do you think $200 is realistic ?15:09
BluesKajmeans you have a usb device connected , nbubuntu ...if that's the only usb connection being used , then .....15:09
nbubuntuBluesKaj : nope , there are a lot , I wanted to disable the auto shutdown option on external hard disk.very 5 min idle my external hard disk will auto shutdown15:10
usr13buscon: sudo rm /etc/X11/xorg.conf15:10
BluesKajok gotta go15:11
busconusr13: i just have a /etc/X11/xorg.conf.failsafe15:11
busconwhat does that mean?15:11
nbubuntuBluesKaj : the only way is to mess with the power setting which I suspect it's the main cause of it http://www.ehow.com/how_7536984_configure-power-usb-ubuntu.html15:11
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A1ReconJava for Ubuntu? Some websites are require it.....15:13
PlorntHello, I edited xorg.conf in an attempt to get my Rat 3 mouse to work, however Ubuntu will no longer start up15:13
PlorntIs there a way to figure out what it is that is causing it15:13
nbubuntuBluesKaj : never mind , let me restart my pc15:13
A1ReconI need to install Java . So i went to https://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp?locale=en  .... My question is which one do i install??15:14
nbubuntuBluesKaj : brb 5-10 min later15:14
liquidmetalHow do I test if my xbox 360 controller is being recognized by ubuntu?15:14
inashdeenhi there, I am planning to buy  asus k46cb . I tried findng it in the ubuntu hardware certified list, but it is not in there. So could anyone gimme an advice, is it ubuntu compatible?15:15
usr13buscon: Never mind.15:15
busconusr13: ok, any other ideas? how can I reconfigure the graphic for my driver?15:16
PlorntI am getting a message on my screen saying: 'Your screen, graphics card, and input device settings could not be detected correctly. You will need to configure these yourself' What do I do if I cant click or type anything15:16
busconwhat is weird, is that the graphic of the installation actually starts and works correctly for some minutes15:16
busconbut then stops working15:16
usr13buscon: Reading http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/openchrome-users/2012-November/007061.html15:16
busconusr13: ok, so should I patch the driver?15:17
ubuntivHi, I'm trying to install cinerella using the method described here: http://askubuntu.com/questions/68142/how-do-i-install-cinelerra but I get "Cannot access PPA (https://launchpad.net/api/1.0/~cinelierra-cv-ppa/+archive/ppa) to get PPA information, please check your internet connection."15:17
Ari-Yangso to make grub menu appear (on ubuntu 12.10) if I'm not mistaken is to edit /etc/default/grub and change the value of this GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=0 lets say to 5 (the grub menu will display for 5 seconds), correct?15:17
streulmabuscon: installed Ubuntu with EFI ?15:18
busconstreulma: sorry, what is EFI?15:19
streulma!efi buscon15:19
ubottuUEFI 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/UEFI15:20
busconstreulma: i actually don't need it, ubuntu will be the only system on this computer15:20
ubottuHi! I'm #ubuntu's favorite infobot, you can search my brain yourself at http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi | Usage info: http://ubottu.com/devel/wiki/Plugins | Bot channels and general info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Bots15:21
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub215:23
PlorntHmm whats a linux default text editor (command  line)15:23
busconPlornt: vi or nano15:23
auronandacePlornt: nano is available by default15:24
ubuntivHi, I'm trying to install cinerella using the method described here: http://askubuntu.com/questions/68142/how-do-i-install-cinelerra but I get "Cannot access PPA (https://launchpad.net/api/1.0/~cinelierra-cv-ppa/+archive/ppa) to get PPA information, please check your internet connection."15:24
stfuWhat are we looking at till server up?15:24
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PlorntAlso wheres the xorg log files saved? (New to linux trying to fix what I messed up)15:24
zykotick9ubuntiv: if you try opening that link in your browser, you'll see something is certainly "wrong" with it.  I'd look for an alternative PPA if i where you.15:25
usr13!info xserver-xorg-video-openchrome | buscon15:25
ubottubuscon: xserver-xorg-video-openchrome (source: xserver-xorg-video-openchrome): X.Org X server -- VIA display driver. In component main, is optional. Version 1:0.3.1-0ubuntu1.13.04.1 (raring), package size 174 kB, installed size 522 kB (Only available for i386; amd64; hurd-i386; kfreebsd-i386; kfreebsd-amd64; lpia)15:25
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usr13buscon: I don't know....15:26
stfuWhen did servers go down?15:26
shivaniHello , I have an AMD Radeon Graphics card and its not working . ANy fix ?15:26
usr13buscon: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/intrepid/man4/openchrome.4.html15:26
shivaniI checked the drivers they seem to be working fine for me15:26
usr13!amd | shivani15:26
shivaniusr13 : can you help ?15:27
ubuntivzykotick9: I get "Object: <lp.systemhomes.WebServiceApplication object at 0x82a79d0>, name: u'~cinelierra-cv-ppa'" when I open it.15:27
busconusr13: ok, but that driver is actually already there, isn't it?15:27
zykotick9ubuntiv: i'm guess, that's not what you're suppose to see...15:27
auronandaceubuntiv: ppas are not supported here15:27
ubuntivShould I use "https://launchpad.net/~cinelerra-ppa/+archive/ppa" instead?15:28
usr13shivani: lspci |grep -i vga  #Show us.15:28
PlorntHmm ' Parse error on line 2 of section InputClass in file /etc/X11/xorg.$ "Identifiers" is not a valid keyword in this section'15:28
ubuntivand how exactly to use it?15:28
usr13buscon: I don't know, look and see.15:28
shivaniusr13 : in a second15:28
shivaniusr13 : http://paste.ubuntu.com/5811163/15:29
busconusr13: ok, thanks15:29
usr13buscon: ls /var/lib/dpkg/info/xserver-xorg-video-openchrome*list15:30
busconusr13: i'll check it later, now it's turned off...15:31
usr13shivani: For Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto15:31
shivaniusr13 : okay checking it out , thankyou ^^15:31
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PlorntIn nano how do you save? CTRL O?15:33
zipyctrl x15:33
zipythen u can save15:33
stfunick Jimmyk15:34
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PlorntAh damnit in read only file system :/15:34
JimmykWe got any deli around?15:34
usr13Plornt: sudo15:34
PlorntI did sudo :/15:34
PlorntIn recovery mode15:34
usr13Plornt: What file is it?15:35
zykotick9Plornt: you need to remount RW15:35
rypervenchePlornt: sudo mount -o rw /15:35
Plorntthank you15:35
usr13Plornt: chmod -w15:35
usr13Plornt: ls -l15:35
usr13see what it is.15:35
rypervenchePlornt: sudo mount -o remount,rw /15:35
rypervenchePlornt: Sorry.15:35
zykotick9usr13: on a read-only filesystem, that's not gonna help.15:35
PlorntSays its already mounted or busy15:35
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usr13rypervenche: What is he doing? zykotick9 ?15:36
zykotick9usr13: recovery mode.15:36
Plornt never trust youtube videos to not put a typo in configuration files :P15:37
usr13Plornt: Prolly have to cd out of it.15:37
usr13Plornt: cd15:37
PlorntFixed it all now :) just had to edit the typo15:37
PlorntUbuntu is detecting my PC as a laptop, what do I do >.< fresh install with config edited for mouse15:38
PlorntUrgh 'experienced an internal error'15:39
BAMbandahow do I check the temp of my cpu from the terminal?15:41
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PlorntArg, Ubuntu detects my third display but doesnt output to it15:43
BretosPlornt: are you sure your graphics card is capable of outputing to three displays?15:44
seedoHi, everyone15:44
seedoI have a strange problem in Quantal.15:44
PlorntWorks fine in windows, 797015:44
BretosPlornt: you can always work it around with randr15:44
PlorntIll see if I can update my drivers, fresh install15:44
seedoIf I log out and then login, google chrome opens automatically15:45
seedoI don't know why that is happening.15:45
seedoAny idea?15:45
zacky00111im back :D ... i succesfully installed the official nvidia drivers, but the tty login appears after booting then starting automaticly the gnome desktop ...15:45
seedoAlso, by some means can we track down who initiated the launch of that chrome instance?15:46
A1ReconI need to install Java . So i went to https://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp?locale=en .... My question is which one do i install??15:46
PlorntYou know like how windows has open command prompt here in explorer. Is there something to do that for linux?15:46
xanguaA1Recon: the linux one of course ;)15:47
auronandace!java | A1Recon15:47
ubottuA1Recon: To just use java you need a "Java Runtime Environment" (JRE) and/or a browser plugin. If that is not sufficient you will need a "Java Development Kit" (JDK) aka "Software  Development Kit" (SDK).  Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java about how to install one of three current implementations.15:47
TimRehi guys I am currently having problems with vsftp and jailing users into there home directory and also having problems uploading files using CoreFTP LE just getting permission denied I am running 12.04.2 LTS on this server does anybody know what I need to do?15:48
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seedoHello, any help?15:49
twig11!ask > seedo15:49
ubottuseedo, please see my private message15:49
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zacky00111i succesfully installed the official nvidia drivers, but the tty login appears after booting then starting automaticly the gnome desktop ... is this normal? or can i change it?15:51
PlorntOh thats why my display wasnt working.... it wasnt on15:52
Haze-_anyone know an easy way to add an app to the launcher bar via the command line ?15:53
PlorntHmm it doesnt let me set my display resolution... Screenshotting now 2 secs15:53
shivaniusr13 : could you please take a look at http://paste.ubuntu.com/5811244/15:54
shivanithat is the issue I got here15:55
shivaniCant find a fix to it15:55
shivaniusr13 ^^^15:56
p_ThGoogle chrome automatically opens when I login (with two empty tabs). If I close that chrome instance entirely, another one opens (with one tab). I don't know what's happening, I'm confounded by this issue. Any idea what's going on?15:56
shivaniAnyone else got an idea about graphic cards, please look into http://paste.ubuntu.com/5811244/15:57
plornt_Hey, I cant seem to change my resolution to native resolution: http://i.imgur.com/pK2WcCU.png15:58
ravenhow to change to german keyboard layout via command line?15:58
plornt_Using a HD Radeon 797015:58
plornt_Gah this IRC client sucks, its full screen , does anyone know how to get to the desktop16:00
shivaniplornt_ : use some browser client ?16:00
ravenhow to change to german keyboard layout via command line?16:00
holsteinplornt_: xchat is popular.. otherwise, say what you are using, and see if a volunteer can hwlp with the issue you are having.. you can always open a terminal and kill the process for the irc client16:01
twig11I am trying to configure key-based SSH login to my deskop machine [host] from my laptop [client]. My home directory on both machines in encrypted. I have followed the directions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/Keys#Troubleshooting for making key-based login work with an encrypted home, but when I try to log in to Desk from Laptop, I get the error "Agent admitted failure to sign using the key." and it asks for my password for Desk.16:02
twig11At the help link above, it says to put my authorized_keys file in /etc/ssh/myusername and edit sshd_config to look there for authorized_keys. I've done that on the host machine, I have the permissions set per instructions, but I'm still getting the error. I've googled this and can't seem to figure out what I'm doing wrong. What would you recommend I check first to troubleshoot?16:02
plornt_Yeah im using xchat :( Its taking up the entire screen but I dont want to exit out of it16:02
holsteinReAzem: try http://askubuntu.com/questions/155424/changing-keyboard-layout-in-ubuntu-12-04-server-command-line-interface16:02
hero_bizguys,i have a question16:02
holsteinReAzem: sorry.. raven ^^16:02
ReAzemholstein, hi :)16:02
hero_bizi'm trying to build an application on a upgraded lucid with PPA16:02
holstein!ppa | hero_biz16:03
ubottuhero_biz: A Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge16:03
hero_biz(boost 4.7, gcc 4.7)16:03
hero_bizand then bring application to another lucid with no PPA16:03
holsteinhero_biz: specifially, the "unsupported" bit.. can be tricky16:03
hero_biz*boost 1.4716:03
hero_bizi wonderign if it is possible or not16:04
hero_bizi don't want to install all PPA pachages on parget16:04
hero_bizis it ossible to add all deps to my .deb file in source counter16:04
holsteinhero_biz: its all open, so pretty much, anything is "possible".. the issue is that you are on your own.. since lucid for the desktop is not supported, and the ppa maintainers are responsible for the ppa's16:04
hero_bizso i don't need additional dependencies on target computer?16:04
holsteinhero_biz: i would upgrade to a supported version of ubuntu, if you can16:05
hero_bizi cannot16:05
hero_bizi usign a openvz lucid for my vps as target16:06
TimReanybody know my issue?16:06
hero_bizcannot upgrade it to 12.0416:06
holsteinhero_biz: 10.04 desktop isnt supported here :/16:06
hero_bizthen i wana compile my code on my home pc with lucid, then bring compiled code to my vps16:06
maliciousponyhello, has anyone here tried using the resynthesizer plugin with gimp 2.8.6?16:08
twig11Sorry, I didn't finish editing the question above and now it looks confusing. Here's the first part again:16:09
twig11I am trying to configure key-based SSH login to my deskop machine [host] from my laptop [client]. My home directory on both machines in encrypted. I have followed the directions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/Keys#Troubleshooting for making key-based login work with an encrypted home, but when I try to log in to the host from the client, I get the error "Agent admitted failure to sign using the key." and it asks for my password for the host16:09
whoevermaliciouspony: so what is your question, you might wanna try gimp on gimpnet16:09
twig11At the help link above, it says to put my authorized_keys file in /etc/ssh/myusername and edit sshd_config to look there for authorized_keys. I've done that on the host machine, I have the permissions set per instructions, but I'm still getting the error. I've googled this and can't seem to figure out what I'm doing wrong. What would you recommend I check first to troubleshoot?16:09
holsteintwig11: can you login with passwords?16:10
twig11holstein: yes16:10
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zykotick9twig11: i'd highly recommend just using the ssh-copy-id utility myself...  good luck.16:11
maliciousponywhoever: I cannot get it to work, I get an error.16:11
maliciousponywhoever: is there a place where I can download an older version of gimp to try it out?16:12
twig11zykotick9: I'll try that. Reading the manual now...16:12
Haze-_anyone know an easy way to add an app to the launcher bar via the command line ?16:13
whoevermaliciouspony: you might wanna try #gimp  but what is there error , it could be that the pluggin wasn't maintained to work with the neweR version16:14
maliciousponywhoever: I did that, but no one replied to me16:14
whoevermaliciouspony: just google gnu-gimp, there site will come up16:14
maliciousponywhoever: that's the conclusion I came to as well16:14
maliciousponywhoever: alright, I'll try that, thanks16:14
twig11holstein, zykotick9: Any enlightenment on what the "Agent admitted failure to sign using the key" indicates?16:15
whoevermaliciouspony: then you either didn't wait long enough for someone to answer, or no one at that time knew an answer16:15
maliciousponywhoever: I waited for 5 minutes or so16:16
whoevermaliciouspony: so what is the error ? is it something like  some lib could not be found16:16
holsteintwig11: i would try and remove variables, because im not all that personally savvy.. i have other machines, so i would try without an encrypted home, to make sure that is the issue.. i would try without passwords.. with different keys. whatever else would isolate variables16:16
whoevermaliciouspony: you may need to wait hours16:16
whoevermaliciouspony: that channel desn't seem to be verry talkative16:16
maliciousponywhoever: I don't remember now haha, I tried removing gimp in order to install a newer version.16:17
maliciousponywhoever: wow, okay. Usually I get a response in a few minutes, so I didn't know it could take hours16:17
holsteinmaliciouspony: if you've added a PPA, i would purge it, and go back to the default "supported" version and test16:17
whoevermaliciouspony: sometimes you can even be waiting days or weeks16:18
holsteinmaliciouspony: i have literally waited weeks in IRC channels for help.. keep in mind, most if not all are volnuteers16:18
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maliciousponyholstein: I haven't added anything yet, I just removed the new version16:18
maliciousponyholstein: hmm I'll keep that in mind16:18
whoevermaliciouspony: you also may need to ask your question again every few hours  since new commoers to the channel won't be able to scroll up16:18
whoevermaliciouspony: where did you get this plugin from the ubuntu repos or compile it from source16:20
twig11holstein: Thanks, that's probably what I'll be doing. I was just hoping somebody here might understand that error better than I do, perhaps narrowing the scope of my search. I'll see what I can discover.16:20
maliciousponywhoever: I got it from the repos16:20
maliciousponywhoever: here it is http://registry.gimp.org/node/2521916:20
whoevertwig11: try #networking, there are some bright guys there16:20
ravenlooking for a solution to sync two folders via ssh(fs) like dropbox - any ideas?16:20
whoevermaliciouspony: was the new gimp from the repos or from source16:21
twig11whoever: that's a freenode channel?16:21
whoevertwig11: yes16:21
SonikkuAmericaHow am I supposed to update GRUB on an LVM system (13.04) if it keeps telling me I have "no space left on device"?16:21
twig11whoever: ok thanks I may try over there.16:22
whoeverSonikkuAmerica: it is grub216:22
whoevertwig11: ok, i may follow you, since i just wanna see the answer16:22
SonikkuAmericawhoever: And...? GRUB 2 is the default...!16:22
SonikkuAmericawhoever: (Neither one works)16:23
whoeverand the error you got is why i haven't relly tried to use that auth16:23
whoeverSonikkuAmerica: yes16:23
twig11whoever: sure. I'm trying again: I just got dumped into ##overflow16:23
whoeverSonikkuAmerica: grub2 is edited differently then old grub16:23
whoeverSonikkuAmerica: you don't directly edit it16:24
ravenlooking for a solution to sync two folders via ssh(fs) like dropbox - any ideas?16:24
SonikkuAmericawhoever: So? I know how GRUB 2 works...16:24
whoeverSonikkuAmerica: oh, then have at it16:24
whoeverSonikkuAmerica: i didn't  know you knew how it works16:24
whoeverthanks for the heads up16:24
SonikkuAmericawhoever: I didn't think that was necessary... but I can't use grml because of it either... /boot is just outta space.16:25
whoevertwig11: did you make it into networking16:25
twig11whoever: no, looks like I might need to register. Doing that now.16:26
whoevertwig11: yes you will16:26
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whoevertwig11: you still here16:32
mreqHi there ubuntu gurus. Looking for a simple way to remove files based on the presence of a file with same basename. see http://askubuntu.com/questions/314359/rm-if-theres-a-file-with-same-basename16:35
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twig11whoever: Still here. I just posted over at #networking.16:37
PatrickDickeyQuick question. Who do we contact to update some information that ubottu gives out? Or to add a topic to the bots list?16:38
arulmozhihello I have installed fish-shell and changed the link /bin/sh  to point to fish-shell. now my system is not booting. how to resolve this??16:38
ravenlooking for a solution to sync two folders via ssh(fs) like dropbox - any ideas?16:38
aringanhow can I save my route configuration?16:39
PatrickDickeyraven, maybe scp with a script to automate it?16:40
PatrickDickeyaringan: route configuration? Do you mean which gateway and nameservers (DNS) you're using?16:41
usr13aringan: /etc/network/interfaces16:42
arulmozhi[URGENT REALLY URGENT] hello I have installed fish-shell and changed the link /bin/sh  to point to fish-shell. now my system is not booting. how to resolve this??16:42
aringanI can't see my route configuration on that file !16:42
usr13aringan: YOu asked "how can I save my route configuration?" So, what is your *real* question?16:43
aringanI typed vim /etc/network/interface16:43
PatrickDickeyarulmozhi: When you start the computer, hold down your shift key (I think that's the correct one) to bring up a Grub screen. Choose one of the Recovery Modes, and if it boots, change it back.16:44
aringanbut I can't see my route configurioan to correct it16:44
usr13aringan: Adding gateway 192.168.x.x  will set your gateway to gateway 192.168.x.x16:44
aringanor save it16:44
usr13aringan: /etc/network/interfaces16:44
arulmozhi@PatrickDickey: even rescue is not booting16:44
PatrickDickeyaringan: interfaces (note the s at the end), you're trying to create a new file. Also, you'll need to use sudo to edit that file.16:44
aringanwhen I type "route -a" it is different from that file16:44
arulmozhiI have a fedora installed16:44
usr13aringan: Let's start over.  What is it that you want to accomplish?16:45
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PatrickDickeyarulmozhi: You might want to ask in #fedora then. But, either way, you should still have Recovery mode.16:45
neothecathello.  i posted this on the forums, but hopefully someone can help me.  in 13.04 amd64, i added the line "ehci_hcd.ignore_OC=1" to grub to get the kernel to stop pushing out the message "hub 2-1:1.0 over-current condition on port [3|4]".  this works on my Arch partition.  any clues on how to get this work in my ubuntu partition?16:45
aringanI changed my network configuration and also my default route . but when I reboot my OS it looses the configuration16:45
usr13aringan: edit /etc/network/interfaces16:46
aringancan I send you private message ?16:47
usr13aringan: See my PM16:48
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frloopwhat does grep do?16:49
hero_biz<.< wonders wich package contains cc. O.O installed gcc-base,cpp,gcc,g++ but still have not found it...O.O16:49
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zykotick9frloop: grep searches for regular expressions.  it's a search tool.16:50
frloopnice thx16:50
frloopgood toool16:50
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frloopdoes ubuntu come with a ftp server?16:50
zykotick9frloop: fyi, -i with grep to search for upper & lower case is very handy.16:51
zykotick9frloop: ftp must die!!!16:51
frloopftp is fine16:53
frloopokay does ubuntu come with a web server then?16:53
zykotick9frloop: ftp is NOT fine.  see http://mywiki.wooledge.org/FtpMustDie for some details.16:54
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zykotick9frloop: you can install ftp and http servers if you wish.16:54
PatrickDickeyneothecat: You could add that as a default command line entry in Grub. (look in Grub.cfg for the words quiet splash, and add it after splash). I would recommend hitting "e" at the Grub screen though, and manually adding it to make sure it works though first.16:54
ximinglua not support string.reverse() ?16:54
ximingis there any thing wrong?16:54
frostwolfIs there a program that can play back audio embedded in a PDF?16:55
neothecatPatrickDickey: i did do that, i even checked it when the grub menu comes up the after changing /etc/default/grub and running update-grub, it actually did modify the grub menu.16:56
neothecati compared it to the grub menu in my Arch partition to make sure it was the same16:56
PatrickDickeyAnd you're still getting the error when you boot ubuntu then?16:57
neothecatyup, dmesg (and any tty) gets flooded with that message.16:57
[OS]CazazoHi all16:58
[OS]CazazoI need help with ubuntu 13.0416:59
[OS]Cazazowhen clicking any link outside of the browser it takes forever to open16:59
[OS]Cazazolike more than 2 mins16:59
[OS]Cazazoany Ideas?17:00
dragoI upgraded to ubuntu 13 not long ago but my laptop is mega slow. This laptop is not super old (less than 3 yrs) so the processor and ram are not bad at all... Any clue on what apps should I remove or anything I: can do to improve my lap performace?17:00
gordonjcpdrago: how much RAM does it have?17:01
dragogordonjcp: 2gb17:01
zero2XIIIdrago: Did you install proprietary graphics drivers?17:02
dragozero2XIII: no17:02
zero2XIIIdrago: try that, especialy if you are running unity 3D (That is selected during log-in)17:03
gordonjcpdrago: that's a good point, what kind of graphics chipset does it have?17:03
zacky00111Hi again, i got it now usr13, my plymotuh wasnt running correctly, so i deactivate it. thx for your help ;)17:03
zacky00111and im got rly bad problems with the networkmanager in ubuntu 13.04 so i decide to uninstall it and set my interfaces manually...17:05
[OS]Cazazohow can i reinstall google chrome??17:06
[OS]Cazazosudo apt-get --reinstall install ???17:06
Lunar_Landerhello, I have installed a second HDD in my computer via SATA (WD Blue 1 TB) and everything works with the HDD formatted to ext3, but just a minute ago the screen went black several times just like there was no signal, and when the screen appeared, the system seemed to have got stuck, can that be due to the second HDD?17:06
zero2XIII[OS]Cazazo: man apt-get please17:09
zero2XIII[OS]Cazazo: "man apt-get"17:09
[OS]Cazazoyes i did it17:10
[OS]Cazazoand now?17:10
zacky00111find the cmd17:10
zero2XIII[OS]Cazazo: read? Your answer is in there...17:10
zero2XIII[OS]Cazazo: sure.. If you still cant figure it out.. then ask17:11
[OS]CazazoI was reinstalling...17:11
[OS]Cazazothe problem is that any link I click outside the browser takes around 3 mins to open17:11
blokeIs installing ubuntu via usb stick still broken?17:12
zero2XIII[OS]Cazazo: I have no idea what might cause that.17:12
[OS]Cazazokk  np... I'll see if reinstalling the google chrome will do the trick17:13
[OS]Cazazozero2XIII: thanks mate17:13
zero2XIII[OS]Cazazo: Sure, good luck though... also give "chromium" or something a shot.. it is an opensource remake of chrome17:14
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partounianHello, has anyone got Netflix-desktop working?17:16
felix__are there still natty repos around somewhere?17:17
Lunar_Landercan my second HDD make ubuntu crash?17:17
PatrickDickeyI've got it installed, but I don't have a Netflix account to try it out with.17:17
Kai_p_IELunar_Lander, why do you want to do that for17:17
bazhang!eolupgrades | felix__17:17
ubottufelix__: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades17:17
felix__bazhang: thx17:18
partounianPatrickDickey: I'm currently on 12.04 with the newest updates installed, but when I click on Netflix Desktop nothing opens up, any ideas?17:18
Lunar_LanderI just wanted to know if the crash I had several minutes ago with the screen going black and stuff is related to the second HDD17:18
PatrickDickeyLunar_Lander: I think a bit more information is needed. Adding a second (or third, or in my case fourth) hdd shouldn't affect whether or not Ubuntu works. Of course adding one while it's running (if it's not an external) might cause issues.17:18
zero2XIIILunar_Lander: plug it out and see... and I second PatrickDickey17:18
Lunar_LanderI installed it when the PC was off17:19
Lunar_Landerand then I powered up and formatted it in the drive manager to ext3 and then copied over some files from the first HDD because that was almost completely full17:19
blokeif my computer doesnt have an optical drive, what is the best way (that actually works) to install ubuntu server edition 12.04 ?17:19
fusa_how I hate this ubuntu interface17:19
partounianAlso another question, I have heard so much about how amazing vim is and decided to try it out, but I'll also head Emacs is really good, would you guys recommend Vim, gVim or Emac?17:19
bazhangfusa_, then use something different17:20
Lunar_Landerand then I went online, got updates and checked E-Mail and so on, and suddenly on Facebook the screen started to go black, come back on and then stayed black, as if there was no signal17:20
bazhang!notunity | fusa_17:20
ubottufusa_: Ubuntu 11.10 and higher use the !Unity desktop environment by default.  To use GNOME Shell instead, install the "gnome-shell" package and investigate "gnome-tweak-tool".  For GNOME Fallback mode, which is similar to GNOME 2, install "gnome-panel". Both packages will place entries in the Sessions dropdown.17:20
fusa_bazhang: haqrd to find it17:20
whoevertwig11: so you where using a passphase , when you didn't need it ?17:20
bazhangfusa_, install gnome-shell , nothing hard at all17:20
zero2XIIIbloke: liveUSB would be my first, second chose to optical17:20
twig11whoever: I'm a little paranoid.17:21
Lunar_Landerthanks PatrickDickey and zero2XIII , just hope that doesn't happen again17:21
blokecheers zero17:21
fusa_bazhang: OK, and why isn't any option to use other interfaces in the menu in the first place?17:22
PatrickDickeypartounian: Do you get any error messages? I just tried mine, and got one about the wine-gecko installation, but it opened (of course I'm not on 12.04--I'm on Lubuntu 13.04).17:22
frostwolfI have used Adobe Acrobat on Windows, and it can play audio embedded in a PDF. But none of the Linux PDF viewers I have used will play audio even when I have the codecs installed.17:22
bazhangfusa_, need to install them, thats why17:22
twig11whoever: I don't know if I "need" it or not, but I put one on because it increases the security and I don't mind the inconvenience. I'm pretty fast with a password manager. :)17:22
partounianPatrickDickey: I have nothing at all... I also tried rm -Rf ~/.netflix-desktop to no avail17:22
bazhanglubuntu-desktop, kubuntu-desktop, xubuntu-desktop are easily installable fusa_17:23
frostwolfIs there a Linux program that can play embedded audio?17:23
whoevertwig11: are you on a common port , if so then it's added security17:23
whoeverif not its added more security17:23
PatrickDickeyfusa_: I think they figured, if you wanted to install some other desktop, you'd have used that LiveCD. Also as bazhang pointed out, it's a simple "sudo apt-get install ...." to get them.17:24
whoevertwig11: i see it like an alarm systemon a house , you have to either unlock and clear the alarm , or you just have to unlock the door to get access17:24
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fusa_bazhang: I tried one another desktop... but still I have the problem, I want it to *work*17:25
bazhangfusa_, give some actual detailed errors and examples17:26
fusa_I mean: is there any preview?17:26
bazhangfusa_, and pastebin them17:26
fusa_My error is usability17:26
bazhangfusa_, sure, there are tons and tons of screenshot sites17:26
fusa_menu in the bottom17:26
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bazhangfusa_, did you even read any of the info I gave you? the one with the classic look is available17:27
fusa_I don't want to live for the sole purpose of relearning some stupid user interface ...17:27
bazhangfusa_, this is not the rants/complaints channel. I gave you an exact bit of info for the old style menu on the bottom classic look17:28
fusa_bazhang: just a moment, there is a lot of text above, I'm trying to find your line, how do I find it again?17:28
bazhang!notunity | fusa_ read this carefully this time17:29
ubottufusa_ read this carefully this time: Ubuntu 11.10 and higher use the !Unity desktop environment by default.  To use GNOME Shell instead, install the "gnome-shell" package and investigate "gnome-tweak-tool".  For GNOME Fallback mode, which is similar to GNOME 2, install "gnome-panel". Both packages will place entries in the Sessions dropdown.17:29
PatrickDickeyneothecat: Still here? https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&ie=UTF-8#sclient=psy-ab&q=disabling+ehci+over-current+checks+on+ubuntu&oq=disabling+ehci+over-current+checks+on+ubuntu might give you some ideas of what to do. No guarantees though.17:29
fusa_ookay, I have to copy and paste it quickly, right?17:30
PatrickDickeyfusa_:  that's why I picked one of the off-shoots (lubuntu, kubuntu, xubuntu, or edubuntu). They don't change very much.17:30
neothecatPatrickDickey: thanks, i will check that out.17:31
bazhangfusa_, what are you talking about. do it at any speed you want17:31
PatrickDickeypartounian: you could go into your ~/.wine directory, and remove any traces of Netflix from there as well. Then try to reinstall it. Or if it's the only thing you have in wine, I'd say remove your .wine directory altogether, and then try to reinstall Netflix (also remove the .netflix-desktop directory).17:32
neothecatPatrickDickey: thanks.  i noticed something in those links.  is it possible that arch and ubuntu use different drivers, and i need to set the option to a different driver?17:33
PatrickDickeyneothecat: That's possible. I'm not that familiar with how EHCI or Arch works, to be honest (and yes, I know Arch is a distro. ;-) )17:34
alexassuccess :P17:35
fusa_bazhang: thanks anyway, I ended in this channel only because it was set by default and the box said "enter search phrase" or something like that...17:35
auronandaceneothecat: drivers are the kernel's job17:36
PatrickDickeyfusa, you can type /msg ubottu notunity and it should Private Message the information to you. If that's what you're going to copy/paste.17:36
PatrickDickeyauronandace: If you haven't read what neothecat is having an issue with, the command line for Grub that he uses works with arch but not ubuntu (to disable the over-current check on his USB ports).17:38
tdnI am using 12.04 and have virtualbox installed. When I try to boot a virtual machine on an ISO, it fails saying kernel panic, attempteed to kill init. (the VM says that). Is virtualbox support broken in 12.04 64 bit?17:40
PatrickDickeybazhang: You might be able to point me in the right direction. I need to find out who to contact about updating a link that ubottu gives out.17:40
PashaPastatdn: have you tried a reinstall to confirm it isn't just an install error?17:41
bazhangPatrickDickey, which one17:41
tdnPashaPasta, yes, actually I have. Reinstalled virtualbox that is.17:41
PatrickDickeyThe one for the Ubuntu manual. We'd like to add something about getting involved with the project, if that's possible.17:41
theadminPatrickDickey: You can join #ubuntu-ops and fire the following: !factoid is <reply> New text for "factoid"17:41
PashaPastatdn: but have you tried reinstalling the VM as well?17:41
theadminPatrickDickey: That'll submit an edit request17:41
theadminPatrickDickey: They'll have to aprove it, of course17:42
tdnPashaPasta, this is a new VM. Just created it.17:42
testing12345hi, what is the name of the sound app in indicator panel in ubuntu??17:42
tdnPashaPasta, host system is fully up to date.17:42
PatrickDickeytheadmin: Thank you very much. :)17:42
trismtesting12345: indicator-sound17:42
tdndmesg on the host system says: [28330.567064] EXT4-fs (dm-3): Unaligned AIO/DIO on inode 12320775 by VirtualBox; performance will be poor.17:42
tdnI do not know if this is related.17:43
tdnIt shouldnt be.17:43
testing12345thanks trism17:43
Haze-_trism = prism ?17:44
bazhang!ot | Haze-_17:45
ubottuHaze-_: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!17:45
PashaPastatdn: it looks like a misaligned virtual drive is causing the issue17:46
PashaPastatdn: in virtualbox, be sure to enable "Use host I/O cache" and try again17:46
PashaPastareference: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1750417&page=217:46
theadminI'm trying to use avconv to convert a .wav file to an MP3, but it ends up having a "variable bitrate", whatever that's supposed to mean, the application I'm trying to use the resulting file with is complaining about this fact. I know I could just use Audacity to convert it to a file with a fixed bitrate, but that's hardly scriptable. Is there an option for avconv?17:47
tdnPashaPasta, I tried both with and without "Use host IO cache". I still get the kernel panic.17:47
yupiI got a usb audio adapter which I want to use to listen music. I connect it and ubuntu recognizes it but when I go to sound settings in output I see "digital output, analog output, speakers" both digital and analog output are with builtin, speakers are with the usb. how can I put usb in digital output?17:47
tdnPashaPasta, please note that it is the guest VM that panics. Not the hsot system.17:47
Ari-Yangif I want the grub menu to be displayed on boot up, I know that i have to lets say set the value of GRUB_TIMEOUT=0 to 10 (10 sec), do I have to comment the line GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=0 ?17:47
zero2XIIItheadmin: man avconv17:47
tdnPashaPasta, but the guest panics because of something on the host system for sure.17:47
theadmin!rtfm | zero2XIII :P17:47
ubottuzero2XIII :P: Acronyms or statements like noob, jfgi, stfu, or rtfm are not welcome in this channel. Period.17:47
PashaPastaI would suggest trying to make another VM with some other OS and seeing if the issue remains, use the exact same settings in use on the 12.04 VM17:48
zero2XIIItheadmin: seriously?? I pointed you to the application manual??17:48
bloketried installing 12.04 from usb stick. "failed to copy files from cd-rom" . why is this still broken?17:48
PashaPastaif you still getan error, it is likely a vbox issue17:48
blokeit used to work when i did it with 10.0417:48
theadminzero2XIII: Right. An overly long and confusing one, too, simply searching for "bitrate" seems to have no produced result -- hoped someone would know a quick answer17:49
tdnPashaPasta, OK it seems that the alignment warning is unreleated to the kernel panic problem.17:49
neothecatPatrickDickey: ok, now i am more confused then ever.  i went over to arch, and i got "ignore_OC unknown option".  so now, i have no idea why it works in Arch, and not in Ubuntu....17:50
tdnPashaPasta, here is screenshot of what happens when trying to boot a new VM on debian netinst iso: http://imgur.com/gXTyDh617:50
theadminAri-Yang: As for your question, GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT basically gives you a timeout without displaying the menu, simply showing the string "Press Shift to open GRUB menu" or something along those lines17:51
theadminAri-Yang: Don't need to set it if you don't want that17:51
Ari-Yangtheadmin, so I then just have to set GRUB_TIMEOUT=0 to 10 to display grub menu for 10sec and I'm good to go?17:52
theadminbloke: Uh, Ubuntu installs perfectly from USB. Just dd it there, or use universal USB installer if on Windows17:52
theadminAri-Yang: Yeah, need to update-grub tho17:52
Ari-Yangaye, thanks17:52
yupiis there a standard document for configuration of new usb audio devices?17:53
zykotick9theadmin: honestly, i'd consider using lame over avconv (if i still used MP3 for anything).  good luck.17:55
zacky00111i have try to install a deb, but i get this message after http://pastebin.com/0UEJVYGN any ideas?17:55
theadminzykotick9: Eh, Audacity does the trick I guess17:55
zykotick9theadmin: lame is terminal based, thus scriptable.17:55
theadminAh, it's a program. Huh. Thought it's just a lib17:56
fckdoes anyone know17:56
fckif have ati radeon 2100 onboard  driver  for linux ?17:57
zykotick9theadmin: while there is liblame, lame stands for?  "Lame Ain't an MP3 Encoder" but of course... it is ;)17:57
adomhi all. just went to boot my machine and it fails at mdm x server. so far tried renaming xorg.conf so it gets recreated, no help. what should i try next? no errors yet to search Google for.18:01
usr13adom: What?18:04
adomusr13: What?18:04
arshavinwhy can't i navigate back with backspace key in ubnutu13 nautilus18:04
usr13adom: What are you saying?  The GUI doesn'tload up?18:04
adomyes, all i can get to is a tty, no x server18:05
Dunyayou there18:05
Dunyayoooooooooooooooo ineed help18:05
Dunyai need help man18:05
FloodBot1Dunya: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.18:05
DJones!details | Dunya18:05
ubottuDunya: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."18:05
Dunyaokay, can someone help me?18:05
papaburAnyone know a good MUD client for ubuntu 12?18:05
DunyaI have a problem with me fucking your wife so hard you dumb cunts. Now explain to me why ubuntu sucks dick you fuck faces?18:06
usr13adom: pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log  #And send us URL18:06
Dunyanow explain mother fucker18:06
bazhangDunya, ask an actual question18:06
papaburi used to use zmud18:06
samholmesHow do I upgrade from 10.10 to 13.04?18:06
theadminsamholmes: ...That'd be a problem, since 11.04, the successor of 10.10, is no longer supported18:06
zykotick9samholmes: my strong suggestion = reinstall.  that's a LOT of upgrades.18:07
bazhang!eolupgrades | samholmes have a read18:07
ubottusamholmes have a read: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades18:07
theadminsamholmes: My best suggestion is grab the 13.04 DVD and reinstall while preserving /home18:07
usr13samholmes: update-manager18:07
wilee-nileesamholmes, one by one through all the releases between, do a fresh install18:07
adomusr13: ill try, im in command-line only right now, so can someone copy/paste a curl command to upload to pastebin from command-line?18:08
theadminadom: pastebinit18:08
theadminadom: pastebinit /path/to/file or command | pastebinit18:09
arshavinhelp me18:09
arshavinmake[1]: *** [usr/initramfs_data.cpio] Error 25518:09
arshavinmake: *** [usr] Error 218:09
usr13adom: pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log  #And send us URL18:09
papaburGnome MUD looks reliable18:09
wilee-nileesamholmes, If you do not have a separate home you can split it off before you do this if you fresh install. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Partitioning/Home/Moving18:10
usr13adom: Can you use irssi on it?18:10
arshavinany android kernel buildin18:10
arshavinmake[1]: *** [usr/initramfs_data.cpio] Error 25518:10
arshavinmake: *** [usr] Error18:10
theadminwilee-nilee: Overly complicated. Simply use the old / partition without reformatting, the installer will wipe it but keep /home and /usr/local18:11
theadminwilee-nilee: I think there's even a button for that nowadays18:11
wilee-nileetheadmin, Cool I never use a separate home myself. However why did you not include that in your instructions?18:12
theadminwilee-nilee: Eh... Sorry bout that18:12
samholmesBut /home isn't the only place where I have data18:13
samholmes/apps is my main dir for my applications18:13
samholmesthis is a server18:13
theadminsamholmes: ...Uh, but you'll have to reinstall them after an upgrade anyways, new libraries and stuff18:13
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wilee-nileetheadmin, Were all trying to help, you do an awesome job there. ;)18:14
theadminsamholmes: Considering /apps is not a place APT would ever install too since it's not even part of FHS...18:14
auronandace!cookie | theadmin18:14
ubottutheadmin: Wow! You're such a great helper, you deserve a cookie!18:14
zacky00111someone can help me to install xwinwrap for my ubuntu gnome 13.04 ?18:15
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adomusr13: im in irssi in a screen session on a remote machine, so yes technically18:17
adomusr13: i just realized what you're getting at, you're considering DCCing you the log file to look at. no worries, ill pastebin here in a sec.18:19
cuzzenberghi newbie here. how can it get flash accelerator work on amd E-450 running 13.04 x6418:19
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adomok. moved Xorg.0.log file to .backup to create new one, restarted x and computer froze. rebooted, did pastebin of Xorg.0.log: pastebin.com/ifaxG3se18:22
usr13adom: No, I want you to paste it.  pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log  #And show us the URL it produces, (it is a command).18:22
adomlet me know if link doesn't work, im in command-line (no X) to test it18:22
usr13!pastebinit | adom18:22
ubottuadom: pastebinit is the command-line equivalent of !pastebin - Command output, or other text can be redirected to pastebinit, which then reports an URL containing the output - To use pastebinit, install the « pastebinit » package from a package manager - Simple usage: command | pastebinit -b http://paste.ubuntu.com18:22
theadminusr13: He did paste it, he just didn't put HTTP in front of the link. As such, http://pastebin.com/ifaxG3se18:23
usr13Sorry, was away from terminal18:23
Ari-YangI installed mainline kernel that are .deb files. to uninstall it, should I run dpkg -r package name here or should I purge?18:23
zacky00111aft :D18:23
Ari-Yangwhat' recommended18:23
theadminAri-Yang: "purge" also removes config files. I'm not sure what'd qualify as that for a kernel...18:24
theadminAri-Yang: But if you don't plan on reinstalling this package, purge is definetly a better option18:24
Ari-Yangtheadmin, actually I do, so I'll use -r18:24
Ari-YangI'm reinstalling because I need to disable the wifi proprietary driver18:24
Ari-Yangain't compatible with the kernel >_>18:24
adomI'm looking through the log file, but don't see anything jump out at me that looks odd.18:25
adomi should mention, i changed nothing recently18:26
adomPC was working fine a couple days ago, left for work, came home and it was frozen at a reboot18:26
theadminadom: That log look pretty okay... Say, MDM is the Mint thing, isn't it?18:26
adomtheadmin: I'm running Mint, yeah18:26
neothecatWhat is the kernel command i can add to grub to disable a driver compiled into the kernel?  mainly, xhci_hcd.18:27
adomdo you think MDM has its own log file?18:27
theadminadom: Cause Mint is an unsupported hamster -- they changed so much around you can't even tell what's what anymore :/ Go to irc://irc.spotchat.org/linuxmint-help please18:27
k1l!mint | adom18:28
ubottuadom: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org18:28
k1lthere you will find the mint support (its on another irc network)18:28
k1l!rootirc > rootadmin18:36
ubotturootadmin, please see my private message18:36
DJonesrootadmin: Do you have an Ubuntu support question?18:42
bazhangrootadmin, did you have an actual issue?18:42
bazhangah he quit18:42
PatrickDickeyProbably thought we'd all be able to view the picture (or link) from his private IP address. ;-)18:43
theadminWell, at least it wasn't a file:// link18:44
rosco_ydoes anyone know of a utility for ubuntu which I could use to pick colors from my displays (i.e., a webpage in a browser)18:44
zacky00111anyone knows xwinwrap ? and can help me to install it?18:44
trismrosco_y: gcolor2 can18:44
theadminrosco_y: Try this, too http://apt.ubuntu.com/p/gpick18:44
rosco_ytrism: ty :)18:44
rosco_ytheadmin: I thought gpick would do it so I installed it.  Do you have to open an image file in order to pick colors with gpick?18:45
CKLMNhi , does anyone know if apache2 supports websockets ?18:46
theadminrosco_y: The package description does say "from anywhere on the screen"18:46
rosco_ytheadmin: yes, that's why I installed it.  I guess it's not intuitive to me.18:46
bazhangCKLMN, try #httpd18:47
CKLMNok thnx18:47
theadminrosco_y: Choose the color number on the pallete, then hover over that color on your screen and press Space18:47
rosco_ytheadmin: :) cool, ty18:48
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CKLMNi cannot send to #httpd18:48
CKLMNif anyone knows pls tell me18:48
bazhang!register | CKLMN18:48
ubottuCKLMN: Information about registering your nickname: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat/Registration - Type « /nick <nickname> » to select your nickname. Registration help available by typing /join #freenode18:48
zackmchack<--- zacky00111 now with gnome irc :)18:51
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prp-eHi all. I want to know how I can report abuse about ubuntu loco teams?19:04
bazhangprp-e, #ubuntu-irc for that19:05
prp-ebazhang, Ok.19:06
reddeath68im having trouble with installing some drivers in ubuntu every wifi cad i use has same install problem with the drivers and i always get a huge mess of error codes19:06
reddeath68I can put the errors on pastebin and link here if someone can help i really need to get my wifi working19:07
usr13reddeath68: Yes19:07
usr13reddeath68: iwconfig |pastebinit19:08
Ari-YangI added tadeon.dpm=1 to the GRUB cmdline, does this look a-okay on where I inserted it? (after splash): GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash radeon.audio=1 radeon.dpm=1"19:08
reddeath68here we are http://pastebin.com/2U5FkqJQ19:10
reddeath68let me do the iwconfig one as well19:10
tv_hello, how can I identify the package that contains the mysql.h file ?19:10
Ari-Yangcan someone confirm that this grub setup will display the GRUB menu on boot for 10sec?19:11
aringanhow can I save changes that I made to my routes ?19:11
tv_arigan : une option p (permanent)19:12
reddeath68iwconfig just says no wireless extensions for both lo and eth019:13
reddeath68if it matters the current card im trying is a usb as the last few pci cards wouldnt work19:13
trismtv_: if it is installed: dpkg -S mysql.h; if not you could install apt-file, and: apt-file search mysql.h;19:14
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kai__85Is anyone here?19:15
Giwrgarasright click not working on firefox19:15
chowderLooking to install Ubuntu 13.04 as a Dom0 with Xen but I want LVM taking care of the hard drives as well as encryption. I know there's documentation on Ubuntu+Xen but how and at what phase would I set up the encryption?19:15
Giwrgarasever happened to anyone?19:15
aringantv_ please check your private !19:15
usr13reddeath68: What were the PCI cards?19:15
kai__85Can someone proof read a website I created today? *build from my ubuntu machine btw*19:16
reddeath68chipset or brand name?19:16
usr13reddeath68: And what is the one your working on now?  lspci19:16
aringanis there any pdf or book that I can use as refference command for ubuntu ?19:16
usr13kai__85: For__________?19:16
bazhang!manual | aringan19:16
ubottuaringan: The Ubuntu Manual will help you become familiar with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to music and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy to follow instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience. http://ubuntu-manual.org/19:16
kai__85usr13: just to check it's published and working. rejoicegames.com19:17
reddeath68im on u usb adapter using rtl8188su, the others were rtl8185 and need to look up the other19:17
aringandoes it have all examples for diiferent configurations ?19:17
bazhangaringan, read it and see19:18
SunilJoshiHi, i am using lubuntu when I press Super + D to minimize all window.. task bar also disappears19:18
reddeath68the last two the rtl8188SU and rtl8185 all give the same error when compiling im running ubuntu 13.0419:18
saiarcot895!lubuntu | SunilJoshi19:18
ubottuSunilJoshi: lubuntu is Ubuntu with LXDE instead of !GNOME as desktop environment, which makes it extremely lightweight. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu - /join #lubuntu for lubuntu support.19:18
usr13kai__85: It works!19:19
SunilJoshithanks saiarcot895!19:19
kai__85usr13: you think the design is good? And thanks :)19:19
gordonjcpkai__85: looks good19:20
usr13kai__85: yES19:20
kai__85thanks guys, Any suggestions for things to add?19:20
reddeath68so any ideas to my problem19:20
kai__85reddeath68: What's the problem?19:21
CKLMNanyone worked with websockets ?19:21
kai__85CKLMN: What do you mean by websockets?19:21
reddeath68installing drivers for a wireless card every version i use gets the same problem across multiple cards the errors are as follows http://pastebin.com/2U5FkqJQ19:22
alien64Ari-Yang: yes i think that is correct >>>> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub219:22
saiarcot895reddeath68: I don't think you need to compile drivers, since they are included with the kernel19:22
kai__85reddeath68 is it a external card or is it a internal laptop one19:22
CKLMNi try to connect from FF and chrome with a websocket conenction but i get  ReferenceError: Websocket is not defined19:23
usr13reddeath68: We don't know hwy they wont work.19:23
reddeath68im on a desktiop the one using the rtl8185 chipset was pci as for the usb it is using rtl8188SU both have the same errors when installing the driver from realteks site19:24
usr13reddeath68: lsb_release -r #Tell us what that says.19:24
saiarcot895reddeath68: my bad, it looks like the 8188 and 8185 aren't included by default19:24
usr13reddeath68: http://www.realtek.com/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=1&PFid=1&Level=6&Conn=5&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false&Downloads=true19:24
reddeath68yes im on 13.0419:25
CKLMNi try to connect from FF and chrome with a websocket conenction but i get  ReferenceError: Websocket is not defined19:25
reddeath68i need to get this wifi working i had it working on 12.10 then upgraded and now no wifi...19:25
usr13reddeath68: uname -r19:26
harrymorenoif knoppix can't detect an internal hdd, that pretty much means I'm having a physical hard drive failure?19:26
reddeath68i already had the drivers linked to me and uname -r gives me 3.8.0-23-generic19:26
usr13reddeath68: I dono then....19:27
saiarcot895reddeath68: based on the errors, you might have to add an include line at the top of the file19:27
reddeath68include line?19:28
saiarcot895reddeath68: that being said, realtek might not have complete compatibility with linux 3.8.0 since I had to make changes when building drivers19:28
saiarcot895reddeath68: C++ thing19:28
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Kowharrymoreno: i wouldnt say that unless the BIOS doesn't show the hard drive either and even at that point, it could just be a loose/disconnected cable.19:28
reddeath68o i o ly know a touch of java.....19:28
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reddeath68what changes did u have to make?19:29
saiarcot895reddeath68: In my case, I had to remove a return type from some methods19:30
saiarcot895reddeath68: I don't know if C++ allows two return types, but at any rate, after I removed the second one, it compiled19:30
yobiping all19:31
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reddeath68how would i go about doing that? and which type would be removed?19:32
harrymorenokow: thanks19:32
stephenhis it possible to do an ubuntu install by hand and these settings will be saved to a preseed file somewhere?19:32
stephenhsimilar to how fedora creates an anaconda file?19:33
k1l!away > qos|away19:33
ubottuqos|away, please see my private message19:33
saiarcot895reddeath68: do you have a file called osdep_service.h in the include folder?19:33
reddeath68yes i do19:34
saiarcot895reddeath68: At the top of the file, near the other #include's, add the following line (w/o quotes): "#include <linux/interrupt.h>"19:36
saiarcot895reddeath68: apparently, someone had a similar problem in 2011 with rtl8192 drivers19:36
SuperLagI have two packages that I install from source (git and tmux), because they're more current from source, than in the repos. However, I want to install a git-cola and that depends on the repo version of git. Is there any way to keep that from being installed, so I can use git-cola with my source-installed version?19:38
reddeath68i added the line anything else?19:39
saiarcot895reddeath68: that might be it. Try building it.19:39
reddeath68still same eror it says to see error mesg19:40
reddeath68i noticed theres a commented out like #include <rtl871x_byteorder.h>19:41
delactouchpad has cased to work (possibly after upgrade to 13.04 or maybe later). The pad is detected ( http://paste.ubuntu.com/5811899/ ). Any thoughts how to make it work again? (yes, it is set ON in the settings)19:42
saiarcot895reddeath68: technically, that's not a comment. That's an instruction to the compiler to include variables and methods in that file19:43
reddeath68o im used to java where // means comment out...19:43
chowderreddeath68: //is a comment in Java, C, and C++. #is a comment in bash and many linux config files. :)19:44
reddeath68there is // bedore the #inlcude19:44
winsorI installed a usb audio device. supposedly it should have better sound than with the audio device that comes with the notebook, but the sound quality is lower. what could be the problem?19:49
PatrickDickeyreddeath68: It's probably an include that they don't need anymore. But they probably left it in there just in case. Or they left it in there for older kernels, which might still have the file.19:49
reddeath68o i c so is there anyway to get this working?19:53
saiarcot895reddeath68: working on it19:54
zykotick9stephenh: not that i'm aware of, but that would be really cool!  if you happen to find a way, if you can - let me know.  good luck.19:54
reddeath68ok let me know im mulling over the code but wont help much i dont know c or c++ still trying to find a good way to learn them....19:54
delacnm people, apparently I had managed to accidentally disable the touchpad with a Fn key combination...19:56
stephenhzykotick9: it would be :)  looks like i'm redoing the preseed file i lost19:56
reddeath68i was gonna suggest that delac but i thought u meant u checked that with making sure it was on....19:56
delacreddeath68:  :)  I didn't even know I had that kind of Fn key on this thing.19:57
reddeath68saircot895 would the line #if (LINUX_VERSION_CODE >= KERNEL_VERSION(2,6,32))           #include <linux/sched.h>                         mean anything19:59
reisiodelac: pretty standard, FYI19:59
Ari-Yangof grub, when I have GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash " the parameter is placed after 'splash'. lets say if I have two parameters19:59
Ari-Yangdo I put a colon?19:59
Ari-Yangor just have it all right after each other?20:00
delacreisio: yeah, I gues it is.20:00
OerHeksAri-Yang, just a space, AFAIK20:00
Ari-Yangokay, I'll do some research just in case20:01
OerHeksAri-Yang, see the !nomodeset factoid > GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash nomodeset"20:01
Giwrgarasive got install python 2.7 and python 3.2 in my system (ubuntu 12.04)20:02
Giwrgaraswhen i download a package it installs it automatically on python 2.7 and i cant find it on python 320:02
Giwrgarashow do i uninstall python 2.720:03
OerHeksGiwrgaras, do not uninstall 2.7, you need them both20:03
ubottuA common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter20:03
Giwrgarashow do i make it work in python 3 also?20:03
Giwrgarasall my packages go to 2.720:03
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OerHeksGiwrgaras, if that .py script is not written for 3.2, it will fallback to 2.7, there are slight diff between the two languages20:04
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Giwrgarasyes i know but i downloaded the latest version for python 3.220:04
zykotick9stephenh: fyi, so far (it might happen, but i doubt it) my re-telling of the pre-seed-recorder, has gone unanswered in #debian as well ;)  i've NEVER heard of it - but again, i think it's a fantasic idea (first time i've heards of a RH feature, i'm actually envious of).  good luck (probably recreated the preseed manually).20:04
saiarcot895reddeath68: That just adds an include file for consideration20:05
saiarcot895reddeath68: basically imports more variables and methods which, unfortunately doesn't have what we need20:05
OerHeksGiwrgaras, you can force to run a scriupt like this >> " python2.7 /path/to/script" or "python3.2 /path/to/script"20:06
arminhm, i'd like to use the power manager that comes with ubuntu's unity in another window manager (the system tray application that shows a battery). any hint how to get there or what that command is called? thx.20:06
Giwrgarasand where do i force this run?20:07
saiarcot895reddeath68: based on the headers (.h file), we're looking for the class tasklet_struct, so I ran a command to look for any mention of that class in /usr/include, the place where all methods and variables and classes (for the -dev packages) are listed, and it turned up nothing20:07
saiarcot895reddeath68: based on the looks of it, this driver might not be compilable20:07
reddeath68so in essence we are missing a file?20:07
OerHeksGiwrgaras, see this answer #4 > http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1889054&s=e6993039fed1c48ad8264165bcdd1904&p=11504364#post11504364 or join #python20:08
reddeath68o not compatile joy might have to scrap and get new wifi card or go back to 12.1020:08
bjvavahi-daemon is being shut off, because of a unicast ntdomain.local DNS tld20:08
saiarcot895reddeath68: more specifically, a class that existed in the past that may or may not exist now20:09
bjvi configured /etc/nsswitch.conf with dns priority over mdns4_minimal, etc.20:09
bjvbut syslog is showing avahi-daemon is still being shut off20:09
reddeath68would it be possible to revert back to 12.10?20:09
bjvi tried sudo grep -R "avahi: Avahi detected that your currently configured local DNS server serves"  /20:09
bjvbut cannot locate the script20:09
tuchehola kien me ayuda20:09
Ben64reddeath68: no, and if you could, you'd still need to upgrade to 14.04 before january20:10
bjvquestion: how can disable this avahi-shutoff?20:10
Ben64reddeath68: 13.10*20:10
saiarcot895reddeath68: correction: based on http://lxr.free-electrons.com/ident?v=3.8;i=tasklet_struct, it should exist20:10
reddeath68wow its referenced alot20:11
bjv*trying an improved grep20:11
bjvsudo grep -R "Avahi detected that your currently configured local" /20:11
saiarcot895reddeath68: in the file include/rtl871x_recv.h, add the line #include <kgdb.h>20:12
saiarcot895reddeath68: that should get you past that error20:12
saiarcot895reddeath68: scratch that20:13
reddeath68lol im multitasking so i didnt even get a chance to try lol20:14
reddeath68is it possible to got from 13.04 back to 12.10?20:15
k1lreddeath68: downgrade is not supported. and i know no example where it was succesfully20:15
reddeath68short of full reinstall....20:16
Giwrgarashow can i see all the programs that i have installed with a terminal command on ubuntu?20:18
Giwrgarasfor example i discovered that when i press the name of a program in the terminal it executes it20:18
ripplebitguys how do i change the theme of my windows (such as ambience etc)20:19
DylanClHello. Did Ubuntu 13.04 change something with WIFI?20:19
DylanClBecause everytime I go upstairs, I can't connect to my hotspot while I could on ubuntu 12.0420:20
reddeath68DylanCI im actually here beczause my wifi stopped working when i upgraded....20:21
DylanClDownstairs I have WIFI, but upstairs not. Sucks that you don't have WIFI at all reddeath6820:21
saiarcot895reddeath68: If you plug in the rtl8188 USB, does it not work?20:21
pizzadudeHi, I noticed gdb tried to run a ptrace of some pid at about the same time I ran apt-get, could this be a process trying to jump sudo?20:21
pizzadudeI'm a bit paranoid :P20:21
saiarcot895reddeath68: supposedly, there is firmware included for the rtl818820:21
FourFireDoes anyone here know how to use gEdit (the word processor program) ?20:22
wilee-nileereddeath68, Your wifi is a 3rd party usb, not really a valid my wifi stopped working on upgrades drivers many times need reloading.20:22
jamesarnetthello everyone20:25
DylanClDid ubuntu 13.04 change something about WIFI? Because everytime I go upstairs, I can't connect to my hotspot while I could on ubuntu 12.0420:25
reisiojamesarnett: hi20:26
wilee-nileepizzadude, Never heard of a process trying to jump sudo.20:26
k1lDylanCl: maybe the kernel drivers changed. you get a new kernel when upgradung20:26
DylanClAnd what can I do about that?20:26
pizzadudeyeah but why would gdb run at the exact same time i ran sudo?20:26
zipy_Change owner:group to the local account from root <- i dont know what to change it20:26
pizzadudei read about it online that someone could exploit ptrace to take control of sudo20:27
k1lget information about the kernel, driver, wifi hardware. take a look at the logs what happening there20:27
wilee-nileepizzadude, Who knows, you have very little to worry about if you have good passwords and use the repos,20:27
k1lzipy: "chown" is the terminal command for that20:27
DylanClk1l: how do I do that?20:28
zipy_yes but to what do i have to change that20:28
saiarcot895reddeath68: in include/rtl871x_recv.h, add the line #include <linux/kgdb.h>20:29
saiarcot895reddeath68: that will get you past that error, but there is still the implicit function error20:29
k1lzipy: chown user:group /path/to/file20:29
zipy_sudo chown owner:group ~/.config/lxpanel/Lubuntu/panels/panel <-- Change owner:group to the local account from root20:29
zipy_i dont know  what to change it :(20:29
saiarcot895reddeath68: do the same in include/drv_types.h20:30
k1lzipy: just set your username into user:group20:30
pizzadudeok thanks wilee-nile20:30
pizzadude* wilee-nilee20:30
zipy_ah ok thx20:30
zipy_i used owner:zipy all the time and dint work20:31
Spec-Chumzipy_: try zipy:zipy20:32
RustyShacklefordI'm trying to install ubuntu on my laptop with EUFI. So i'm create an entry for the usb disk... which file on the disk do I want to point to?20:32
zipy_Spec, i just used zipy, it worked :D20:33
Spec-ChumRustyShackleford: you've lost me?  File on what disk?20:34
Spec-Chumif you mean what I think you mean, just just boot from usb20:34
RustyShacklefordSpec-Chum, my EUFI menu wants you to specify a file20:35
wilee-nileeRustyShackleford, If needed here is a help thread for uefi. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=214729520:35
RustyShackleforda file on the startup disk, that is20:35
Spec-ChumRustyShackleford: ah, sorry, not sure about EUFI20:36
Slickhello, i am having a trouble install the grub boot with my installation of 12.10 desktop20:37
SuperLagI have two packages that I install from source (git and tmux), because they're more current from source, than in the repos. However, I want to install a git-cola and that depends on the repo version of git. Is there any way to keep that from being installed, so I can use git-cola with my source-installed version?20:38
wilee-nileeSlick, What have you tried?20:38
RustyShacklefordwell I'm stumped.20:39
RustyShacklefordI can get it to boot with UEFI off, but then windows won't boot20:39
RustyShacklefordalso, scrolling did not work for my touchpad on the live usb disk.20:39
dro_hi everybody20:39
wilee-nileeRustyShackleford, Best help is at the UF, look at that link, and start a thread there if needed.20:39
RustyShacklefordI wonder if I could work around that after installing20:39
Slicki havent tried much, im still pretty new to linux. I installed this version once before with no problems then i did a motherboard RAID and at the end of installation i get a fatal error that says grub cant instal, i pick a hard drive or usb to point to and install but it doesnt work20:40
reisiohi dro_20:40
RustyShacklefordwilee-nilee, yeah thanks for the link. I'm looking through it now20:40
tjbiddleIf I install a package, and it fails, and then later on I want to install another package - APT tries to finish the installation of the previous one. How do I stop that from happening?20:40
dro_Hi have a little problem, I googled it, but I cannot find good answers. Ubuntu 13.04 > Cinnamon > How to set new volume level as default ?20:41
k1ldro_: you will find more supporters for cinnamon in the mint support.20:43
solidus-lakehey all i'm on 13.04 are there packages for nvidia drivers >=319.23 driver release?20:43
dro_@k1l so you tell me that the default volume level is set in cinnamon ?20:44
wilee-nileedro_, Not many use it in ubuntu, or rather we rarely see it here, it is common in mint20:44
k1ldro_: i guess its desktop specific.20:45
dro_ok, thanks you very much, thanks for your time guys20:45
Giorgarastypical ubuntu. CRASHED20:45
reisiodro_: I'm sure the way it's _supposed_ to work is:20:45
reisiodro_: log out and save your session, done20:45
dro_i'll try20:46
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dro_so... what do you mean by "Save the session" ?20:47
* Spec-Chum lives dangerously and puts 3.9.7 kernel on Ubuntu20:47
Spec-Chumdon't worry I won;t ask for "support" here lol20:48
dro_I just logged out with volume at 50%, and after logon, volume is again set to 100% xD20:48
saiarcot895reddeath68: the implicit function error means that it's calling a method, but it can't find it.20:48
dro_but if this depend of cinnamon, then i'll ask in another place :)20:48
saiarcot895reddeath68: unfortunately, the last kernel version that contained the daemonize() method was in 3.7, so this will *not* compile in Raring (Raring is 3.8 and above)20:49
k1ldro_: im quite sure on unity it keeps to the soundlevel that was used last20:49
Slickhere is the error i get "Executing 'grub-install/dev/sda' failed     This is a fatal error"20:49
dro_I will try now on unity, to check where the problem come from20:49
dro_thanks again, see you :)20:49
DylanClDid ubuntu 13.04 change something about WIFI? Because everytime I go upstairs, I can't connect to my hotspot while I could on ubuntu 12.0420:50
wilee-nileeDylanCl, Nothing changed as far as wifi signal strength.20:51
DylanClAny reasons for me not being able to connect?20:51
hocin20Ubuntu 12.04  How to  Show Hidden Files or Folders in desktop20:51
k1lhocin20: ctrl+h20:52
dro_k1l: doesn't work in unity too... and my ubuntu 13.04 installation is totally new20:52
dro_k1l: very strange20:52
dro_k1l: if you have any idea, i am interested !20:53
hocin20There are no files appear on the desktop20:54
k1lhocin20: ahh, you mean really on the desktop. i think in the unity-tweak-tool there is a setting for let nautilus handle the desktop20:56
wilee-nileehocin20, the tweak tool is correct you can also make launchers if needed.20:57
hocin20I try20:59
wilee-nileehocin20, First use nicks, second this says 11.10 but works for all releases. http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-create-desktop-launchers-in-ubuntu-11-10oneiric.html21:00
wilee-nileehocin20, You can drag and drop apps as well in unity to the desktop.21:02
hocin20ho i can show my filles for example ...text files  video...!!!!21:04
Peyamso what is the problem?21:04
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Peyamto the hell with unity21:04
Peyamworst thing ever happened to ubuntu21:05
lauritz_i liked unity, but it was more of a phone/tablet integration than a de21:05
lauritz_not very useful on non-touch-screens21:05
reisioyou're just used to GNOME 221:06
Peyamxfce = <321:06
lauritz_xfce is nice21:06
Peyamrunning xubuntu on all my mechines21:07
lauritz_im running bodhi on most os so fast with enlightenment, but using xfce on this ubuuntu studiosf mine, it21:07
usr13Which is not to say that xfce is better, just that Unity may have features that some of us don't want or need.21:08
hocin20When I create a text file for example it does not appear21:08
wilee-nileehocin20, Have you installed the unity-tweak-tool?21:08
Peyamhocin20: where?21:08
lauritz_hocin, does it appear if you press F5 afterwards21:08
hocin20it s installed21:08
wilee-nileehocin20, Did you find the show stuff on desktop tick?21:09
k1lhocin20: did you set nautilus to set the desktop, as i explained?21:09
hocin20I have not yet21:10
k1lhocin20: so stop complaining :/21:10
hocin20i use gnome classic interface21:12
k1lso maybe in the gnome-tweak-tool there is a setting for that.21:12
wilee-nileethere is21:12
hocin20what this setting21:13
hocin20i have21:14
wilee-nileeBlueChaos, Use the channel for support not chat.21:14
BlueChaoshow to install agp ? on ubuntu21:14
k1lBlueChaos: install agp?21:14
BlueChaosthat i'm doing now asking about how to install nvidia driver  (agp )21:15
BlueChaosI cannot play games on him21:15
BlueChaosneed agp21:15
hocin20Use the channel for support not chat...its for me.21:15
BlueChaosI have nvidia 9600 GF 1 gb ( how to install driver on him )21:16
k1lBlueChaos: you dont install "agp" you just install the video driver. did you try to isntall "nvidia-current"?21:16
BlueChaosi'm installed recomanded driver but don`t installed all stuff I cannot play21:17
chaotixhi....  in dconf-editor, how do i change the titlebar buttons?  i cant seem to find it21:17
giwrgarasok i fixed the crash problem. i logged in with windows21:19
PeyamI dontknow21:20
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mrtAkdenizhi guys21:31
mrtAkdenizI am using ubuntu gnome 13.0421:31
mrtAkdenizMay I change the color of headbar which contains clock etc.21:31
usr13 mrtAkdeniz For best results, keep all your statement in one post.21:31
mrtAkdenizOk usr13, I'll keep important for that next time.21:32
usr13mrtAkdeniz: It is especially useful when the channel is busy, at which time, your statement will be spaced out amoung many others.21:33
kostkon_mrtAkdeniz: try with unity-tweak. i think it's in the software centre21:33
kostkon_mrtAkdeniz: oh nvm. gnome...21:33
mrtAkdenizkostkon_, :)21:35
mrtAkdenizgnome-tweak-tool? There is no option for that...21:35
wilee-nileemrtAkdeniz, Unity-tweak-tool for unity its in the repos21:36
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mrtAkdenizwilee-nilee, what can I do with Unity-tweak-tool? There is no unity on this system, it is gnome version21:37
wilee-nileemrtAkdeniz, You installed the gnome-shell build?21:37
ubottuUbuntu 11.10 and higher use GNOME 3 with the !unity shell by default.  To use GNOME Shell instead, from 12.10 an up install the "ubuntu-gnome-desktop" package. From 11.04 to 12.04, install the "gnome-shell" package and investigate "gnome-tweak-tool".  For GNOME Fallback mode, which is similar to GNOME 2, install "gnome-panel". Both packages will place entries in the Sessions dropdown. Using Natty? See !classic21:37
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OerHekstry gnome-tweak-tool for gnome321:38
mrtAkdenizwilee-nilee, Yes, default dm is gnome21:38
mrtAkdenizOerHeks, There is no option about that on gnome-tweak-tool21:38
wilee-nileemrtAkdeniz, I run the gnome-shell, I have not seen a specific panel color changer, however there are themes and a ton of extensions.21:39
mrtAkdenizwilee-nilee, Oh bro, where can I found gnome themes? Is there a site or do I have to google it?21:40
wilee-nileemrtAkdeniz, gnome-tweak-tool is in the repos it is called advanced in the menu. Not sure with themes I don't bother with them21:41
wilee-nileemrtAkdeniz, I found this as far as themes be sure you know the shell version, 3.6 is stock for 13.04 I believe. http://gnome-look.org/?xcontentmode=19121:43
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wilee-nileehere is the extensions https://extensions.gnome.org/21:44
mrtAkdenizwilee-nilee, Thanks a lot :)21:44
wilee-nileemrtAkdeniz, No problem, I think some have not investigated the shell it has a lot of tweaks.21:45
orabii have some questions21:45
wilee-nileeorabi, Then address them if they are support.21:46
k1l!details | orabi21:47
ubottuorabi: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."21:47
joelmocan I change the resolution without running X?21:51
wilee-nileejoelmo, Yes in display or in the terminal with xrandr21:52
wilee-nileejoe75, Sorry I missed without X, maybe xrandr in the tty21:52
joelmoxrandr requires xserver and all that? not sure if im even running x21:54
joelmops -e | grep X, doesnt list anything21:54
k1ljoelmo: what are you running then?21:54
joelmoi don't know, i have a fresh ubuntu server install21:55
wilee-nileeDoh (X)randr21:56
lauratikawhen trying sudo pat.get upgrade i get this message and cant install any application at all. any ideas? http://paste.ubuntu.com/5812198/21:57
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wilee-nileelauratika, Pastebin all the text.22:00
lauratikais there in the link22:01
wilee-nileelauratika, Soory this was a update, you have broken packages synaptic can address this in broken packages.22:01
lauratikais there something missing?22:01
lauratikabut i dont have synaptic installed and cant installed because it wont let me install anything al all22:02
wilee-nileelauratika, Something with a kernel that did not finish it looks like.22:02
wilee-nileelauratika, Any history we are missing that leads you here?22:03
holsteinlauratika: did apt-get -f install fix it?22:03
lauratikai was trying ubuntu tweak janitor aplication and suddenly crash afetr this is the issue... apt-get -f wont fix22:04
holsteinlauratika: wont? or didnt?22:04
lauratikaand wont22:04
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holsteinlauratika: ubuntu tweak is not included in ubuntu.. i would purge the PPA, and get back to stock, and go from there22:05
wilee-nileelauratika, Were you running the old kernel cleaning22:05
mrtAkdenizGuys, Can I install Unity on Ubuntu 13.04 Gnome?22:05
holsteinmrtAkdeniz: you can install what you like, but unity *is* in the repos and is easily addable22:05
georgiwhat is "friends-dispatcher"22:05
holstein!info friends-dispatcher22:06
ubottufriends-dispatcher (source: friends): Social integration with the desktop. In component main, is extra. Version 0.1.3daily13.04.17.1~13.04-0ubuntu1 (raring), package size 43 kB, installed size 240 kB22:06
wilee-nileemrtAkdeniz, Probably, however that gnome-shell build has some block built in to have just the shell.22:06
lauratikayes wilee-nilee22:06
georgiyeah I saw but what is that22:06
mrtAkdenizwilee-nilee, means?22:06
lauratikaold kernel22:06
mrtAkdenizwilee-nilee, Will there any problem?22:06
wilee-nileelauratika, Cool that is helpful for the channel, not sure I can help though.22:06
mrtAkdenizholstein, only select Unity from repos and install?22:06
georgitell me what is friends-dispatcher22:07
holsteinmrtAkdeniz: install what you like using the package manager of your choice..22:08
lauratikareally?, your are kidding right?22:08
wilee-nileemrtAkdeniz, Not sure to be honest I have used a gnome-shell only build, I just noticed this. I doubt anyone here knows definitively. I would just run sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop   and copy and paste all the install packages from the terminal to a gedit and save it in case you need to remove it.22:08
holstein!info friends-dispatcher | georgi22:08
ubottugeorgi: friends-dispatcher (source: friends): Social integration with the desktop. In component main, is extra. Version 0.1.3daily13.04.17.1~13.04-0ubuntu1 (raring), package size 43 kB, installed size 240 kB22:08
georgiyes but what is it in detail22:09
holsteingeorgi: social integration with the desktop.. so, if you see social integration in the desktop, this is one of the files22:09
holsteingeorgi: ?22:09
georgiwhere do I see it22:09
georgiwhat can I do with it22:09
wilee-nileelauratika, Are you asking me I'm kidding, without nicks we can't always tell who you are addressing.22:09
holsteingeorgi: its repsonsible for integrating social connections on the unity desktop... you can read the man page, or serach for mor infor online.. or look as the source22:10
xjkxWhere do I change, so the system starts already logged in  with the X up ?22:10
georgigive me link22:10
holstein!volunteers | georgi22:10
ubottugeorgi: The people here are volunteers, your attitude should reflect that. Answers are not always available. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines22:10
lauratikasorry, wilee-nilee are you kidding me?22:10
neodemihi, having a bit of an issue with natty multiverse repos. they apparently dont exist. telling synaptic to choose best server results in no suitable servers available22:10
holstein!natty | neodemi22:11
ubottuneodemi: Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) was the fourteenth release of Ubuntu. !End-Of-Life on 2012-10-28, see http://ubottu.com/y/natty for details.22:11
k1l!eol | neodemi22:11
ubottuneodemi: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades22:11
wilee-nileelauratika, No, if I had a definitive idea how to fix that I would help, it is a kernel thing, I'm not into bricking others setups to feed my needs to help. ;)22:11
holsteinneodemi: its not supported any longer22:11
k1lneodemi: that is because natty is out of support because its too old22:11
neodemishame, the newer versions dont work on this machine22:11
holsteingeorgi: this is a good start http://packages.ubuntu.com/raring/friends-dispatcher22:12
wilee-nileelauratika, Fixable thing though you just need the right help.22:12
lauratikawilee-nilee: ok, so now you are serious thanx for your help, and still some how thanx for the joke.22:12
wilee-nileenot a joke I have ethics and morales.22:13
wilee-nileeon a good day anyway. ;)22:13
FatalPriapismAny graphic cards gurus in here?22:14
wilee-nilee!ask > FatalPriapism22:14
ubottuFatalPriapism, please see my private message22:14
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FatalPriapismsheesh talked about canned messages :)22:14
xjkxWhere do I change, so the system starts already logged in  with the X up ?22:15
FatalPriapismI'm trying to use 2 ATI card (Radeon HD 6670 and 6750) to display 4 monitors, but I'm only getting output from one card...I've already installed the proprietary drivers, but no dice. Idaes?22:15
wilee-nileexjkx, You can set in user a autologin, is that what you want?22:16
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holsteinFatalPriapism: arandr or a custom xorg.conf that i usually try and generate using something like knoppix22:17
Ari-YangFatalPriapism, the proprietary drivers are horrible :V22:17
Ari-Yanghorrible 2d acceleration22:17
Ari-Yangyou're better off with the open source ones....22:17
FatalPriapismI've tried using the open-source ones, but no beans on that...I'll try again, don't think I've tried it yet on 13.0422:17
holsteinAri-Yang: typically, the open ones dont do dual head well, ad might be the lesser of the eviels..22:18
AustinDose anybody here know how i can get Ubuntu 12.4LTS to write a WIn7 ISO file to a USB flash Disk22:19
ineedhelpim trying to boot into ubuntu from bootloader but when I boot into it ,it shuts off and restarts22:19
xjkxwilee-nilee: yes22:19
FatalPriapism@austin - have you tried k3b?22:19
wilee-nileexjkx, Cool.22:19
Austink3b? (im neew to ubuntu)22:19
FatalPriapismOpen up the software center and search for k3b22:19
xjkxwilee-nilee: I crashed, did you say how to do it lol22:20
holsteinAri-Yang: *any* burner, such as brasero will do that.. thats how i bunred my windows8 dev22:20
OerHeksgunetbootin can handle windows stuff22:20
holsteinAustin: ^^22:20
Austin@fatalpriapism now it wont detect my flashdrive22:20
bekksNeither k3b not brasero can burn onto USB devices.22:21
wilee-nileeAustin, Yes you can format the stick to ntfs and put a bootflag on it in gparted, then use the archive manager with a right click on the iso to extract it to the usb.22:21
bekksUse unetbootin.22:21
Austin@wilee-nilee already tried that it is a UDF formatt22:21
wilee-nileehas worked the many times I have done it.22:21
wilee-nileeAustin, UDF?22:21
holsteinyeah, i didnt see the USB.. unetbootin. assuming the windows iso allows USB boot.. and you'll have to ask in a windows support channel22:22
Austinit is a ISO format22:22
tritechi'm a newbie to ubuntu and am trying to run sublime text 2 on ubuntu22:23
wilee-nileeAustin, You use the  archive manager to unlock all the files to extract.22:23
holsteintritech: what task are you trying to do?22:23
Austin@fatalpripism im trying to write it to a USB not a DVD22:23
wilee-nileeAustin, Windows has a usb loader but has to be run in windows.22:23
xjkxIn settings -> manage uers...I have autologin grayed out, why22:24
tritechi get gtk cannot display error when i try to start sublime text22:24
holsteinAustin: the creators os the iso may not provide/allow usb booting22:24
phixwhat is sublime?22:24
tritechit's an editor22:24
Austini have done it before in Windows but my HDD crashed and im trying to install winodws agian22:24
holsteintritech: what taslk are you trying to use that for? maybe a volunteer can suggest a supported application that will work better22:24
PatrickDickeyAustin if you're doing it from Ubuntu, you can use netbootin (also can use this from Windows). it creates the usb and puts it's own version of Grub on.22:24
wilee-nileeAustin, Well I told you how my work is done.22:25
tritechi'm trying to use sublime to edit files on a ubuntu server22:25
phixtritech: ij22:25
holsteintritech: edit text files?22:25
tritechholstein yes22:25
holsteintritech: i would suggest using a supported/default text editor.. not sublime22:25
phixtritech: personally I would just use nano or vi for that, but what ever22:25
Austin@PatrickDickey i cant get the netbootin installer or what it is to open22:25
PatrickDickeyAustin, are you trying to create a bootable Windows USB drive?22:25
holsteintritech: otherwise, ask sumblime for support22:25
Austinto install onto my HDD22:26
bekksAustin: unetbootin - it is totally free, and you can just install it.22:26
Picitritech: On a server? Via ssh?22:26
ubottuFor information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent22:26
PatrickDickeyAustin, Microsoft has bootable USB versions for Windows 7, and possibly 8. You'll have to go to their site to find them though.22:26
phixtritech: I am guessing sublime has other features that interests you?  Not just the ones that involve editing text?22:26
wilee-nileeunetbootin never worked on w7 here22:26
tritechi'm running ubuntu on a vm22:26
holsteintritech: gedit is a GUI text editor22:26
phixAustin: become a MS Partner, you get access to all sorts of ISOs and other goodies22:27
Picitritech: Ubuntu server doesn't have a graphical environment by default, are you running one on yours?22:27
tritechpici no22:27
Picitritech: Then sublime text will not work.22:27
PatrickDickeyAustin, windows 7 or 8?22:27
tritechcan't i send the display to my windows machine22:28
holsteintritech: nano is a non GUI editor that is a great place to start22:28
tritechim running ubuntu on a vm on my windows machine22:28
holsteintritech: there is no display to send22:28
Picitritech: Are you running an x server in Windows?22:28
bekksOf course there is.22:28
holsteintritech: you could use putty from windows to connect via ssh and run nano22:28
wilee-nileeAustin, I have found this app to work fine as well. http://www.pendrivelinux.com/multiboot-create-a-multiboot-usb-from-linux/22:29
bekksStart an ssh session with X forwarding enabled, start a windows based X server, start your graphical application.22:29
holsteinbekks: i dont think there is one installed22:29
holsteinor, thats the way i read it...22:29
bekksholstein: He has to install one before, of course.22:29
tritechno running ubuntu vm via vagrant using putty client22:30
Picitritech: You'll need to install an X server in Windows before you can run any graphical apps.  Just a heads up though, xforwarding is slow, it may be better to just run a cli editor.22:32
ineedhelpim trying to boot into ubuntu from bootloader but when I boot into it ,it shuts off and restarts22:33
AlexandreMBMHello! I want to intercept halt and suspend actions.22:34
AlexandreMBMI know the pm-suspend script. But which is the halt script?22:34
AlexandreMBMhalt? shutdown -h now?22:35
AlexandreMBMThere is just a program for this task?22:35
h4b0hi all :)22:37
h4b0i have ask about xgrabkey22:37
totally-new-userhello everybody22:37
h4b0anyone can help me with that?22:37
wxlhey folks. i'm following https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SoftwareRAID to set up raid with lubuntu's mini.iso and after setting up the array it tells me i have no root file system. what am i missing?22:38
PatrickDickeyh4b0: ask your question, and someone may be able to help you out.22:38
FatalPriapismI don't get it...drivers are installed...the AMD catalyst control center is saying unknown adapter though...wtf?22:38
totally-new-userI'm dual booting Windows and Ubuntu and would like to change the order in which the options show up.  Ubuntu is currently at the top and Windows at the bottom22:39
totally-new-useris this possible or should i just not bother?22:39
totally-new-useror... is it really easy? :D22:39
h4b0i have a simple code what worked but now i cant grab key from other window...22:40
wilee-nileeh4b0, Stae your issues for help.22:40
FatalPriapismtotally-new-user - this might help you out - http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=186481822:40
h4b0i dont know why  it suddenly stop22:41
wilee-nileeh4b0, I do not see that in the repos is this a 3rd party download?22:42
h4b0xgrabkey its function in x1122:42
AlexandreMBMabout my ask, help perphaps:22:43
AlexandreMBMls /etc/acpi/22:43
totally-new-userFatalPriapism:  perfect! thanks a bunch22:43
tannjitotally-new-user,  this might as well  http://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/34122:44
wilee-nileeh4b0, 3rd party apps are not really supported here. Just a heads up is all. ;)22:44
wilee-nileedoes not mean you will get no help, just may take awhile,22:45
totally-new-useris there anyway to take a screen cap of the grub/boot menu screen?22:46
adieWhat's the number indicator that layer over unity icons called?22:47
wilee-nileetotally-new-user, There is an app I forget the name or you can modify grub.22:47
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totally-new-userthanks tannji  but that seemed more like for mint rather than ubuntu.22:47
PeterGriffinHello. I am triing to decide witch SNMP manager to use on a small office netowrk with about 10 PCs and 2 servers. Could anyone suggest something?22:48
totally-new-usercan anyone elaborate more on the notes before step 4 on this page?  http://www.computerandyou.net/2011/08/how-to-change-the-default-boot-order-in-grub-2-in-ubuntu-10-04-10-10-and-11-04/22:48
totally-new-userthe part where it talks about "change GRUB_DEFAULT=0 to GRUB_DEFAULT=2>4."22:48
totally-new-userdo you actually type in "2>4" ?22:48
wilee-nileetotally-new-user, this has the ppa link for the gui app. http://askubuntu.com/questions/100232/how-do-i-change-the-grub-boot-order22:48
h4b0hmm mb other question22:50
tannjitotally-new-user,   lol, sorry, wrong link...  tho it would still work, mostly.  you could also install Grub Customizer22:50
h4b0anyone know how to make a own shortcuts?22:50
wilee-nileetotally-new-user, No ) is sda1 and they gi up numerically from there.22:51
wilee-nileetotally-new-user, Sorry  No 0 is sda1 and they gi up numerically from there22:51
totally-new-useroh ok22:52
totally-new-usergot it the Grub customizer is being installed. hmm22:52
totally-new-userhere are some more outlandish questions22:53
totally-new-usercan you enable "ctrl+c"  and "ctrl+v"   for the terminal?22:53
totally-new-useralso you know how you can type "define word" into google and get the defenition, has anyone made something that'd make that possible for terminal?22:54
rantic_Anyone here using Smuxi for IRC?22:55
reisiorantic_: try #polls22:55
totally-new-useroh wow Grub customiser is EVERYTHING i was looking for this kicks ass!22:56
totally-new-userthanks wilee-nilee   still not uused to installing and running stuff via terminal...22:57
PatrickDickeytotally-new-user: as for enabling ctrl-v and ctrl-c, it might depend on your terminal application. But, I'd venture no.22:57
adieWhat's the number indicator that layer over unity icons called?22:57
tannjitotally-new-user,  in linux you can usually highlight text, which automatically copies it to clipboard, then use mouse-button 3 to paste, which should be your whell button or middle-mouse22:57
wilee-nileetotally-new-user, It can be confusing. ;)22:57
* PatrickDickey always uses right click and select paste to paste in LXTerminal...22:58
trismadie: just "count" as far as I can see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Unity/LauncherAPI22:58
totally-new-userif you set boot timeout to zero what happens?22:59
totally-new-userit instantly boots to first enrty always?22:59
totally-new-user*entry   god i can't type today22:59
adiethank you trism23:00
tannjitotally-new-user,  are you dualbooting with windows?23:01
totally-new-usertannji:  yup23:02
tannjitotally-new-user,  I believe you would want to set boot timeout to "2"  which would be instant but allow you to hit F-8 to access boot menu23:02
totally-new-userlol just set my boot menu background to Cloud standing infront of the Shinra building! the FF7 cover23:02
totally-new-usertannji:  i see, thanks23:03
tannji= )23:03
totally-new-userso awesome: http://www.enixorigin.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Cg_cloud.jpg23:03
tannjilol, its all relative   = )23:04
h4b0mb now i will be have luck :D23:04
h4b0anyone know good x11 ?23:04
totally-new-userso when it says "Ubuntu, with Linux 3.2.0-48-generic"23:06
totally-new-user"Linux 3.2.0-48-generic"  =  the kernel version?23:06
totally-new-userhow often does that get updated?23:06
totally-new-userand does the whole 'generic'  thing vary a lot from user to user?23:07
replaceitsso im having a bit of a problem.. After trying to run a game, ubuntu crashed to a tty session and ever since then I cant start lightdm or kdm, the tty session works perfectly fine but no gui will work23:08
graingertreplaceits: backup, re-install?23:08
replaceitsgraingert , i was hoping it wouldnt have to come to that ahah23:09
graingertreplaceits: paraphrasing "After running some random code... my ubuntu doesn't work"23:10
graingertwas this game in the ubuntu repo?23:10
darknyanHow do you setup a custom resolution in Lubuntu?23:10
graingertdarknyan: xrandr?23:10
CLI_CowboyHeya hiya.23:11
darknyanI could never get the parameters right.23:11
zykotick9darknyan: you might want to try arandr for a gui frontend23:11
replaceitsgraingert, it was minecraft (from their website, never heard of any problems with it) *shrugs*23:11
graingertreplaceits: that's probably not it's fault23:12
totally-new-usersweet, i'm all set.   thanks a bunch guys23:12
graingertreplaceits: as it's not exactly running anything as root23:12
graingertreplaceits: so likely unrelated, or _REALLY_ nasty :p23:12
OerHekswhat guide did you follow, replaceits ?23:12
graingertreplaceits: unless you were like sudo java -jar minecraft.jar #yolo23:13
OerHeksi am afraid they do suggest that, graingert23:13
graingertOerHeks: whut?23:13
OerHeks* as root23:14
replaceitsgraingert, it was litteraly as soon as i logged in lol and who runs a game as root? ahah23:14
replaceits*to the game23:14
h4b0hi Programmer_23:14
OerHekslets see the manual he followed first23:14
graingertreplaceits: aparantly you're meant to23:14
graingertI just lost the game :(23:14
h4b0i need help with x11 :D xgrabkey function :d23:15
replaceitsDerHeks, what do you mean manual? All you have to do is run with java yes? lol23:16
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CLI_CowboyHeya hiya, Master P.23:17
OerHeksreplaceits, So you did not install oracle java ?23:17
replaceitsDerHeks, i did, like the site says ;p23:17
OerHeksWhat site?23:18
OerHekssuch less info is boring..23:18
replaceitsDerHeks, I had uninstalled the free version and installed Oracles a while back anyways so i could get some android stuff running, and minecraft.net?23:18
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darknyanI can't su, is the superuser password different than the first account?23:20
replaceitsdarknyan, use sudo -i ubuntu doesnt have a su pass23:20
darknyanThat solved alot thanks.23:21
tgm4883replaceits, where does it say you need to use sudo to run minecraft?23:23
replaceitstgm4883, i never said it did, nor did i run it as such23:24
Germanaz0hello everybody, someone knows how to merge subtitles to an mp4 video ?23:24
tgm4883replaceits, my bad, I meant that for OerHeks I suppose23:24
OerHekstgm4883, He did not say that, but i still wonder what tutorial he used23:24
tgm4883replaceits, so my understanding of a quick skim of the backlog is you ran minecraft and now you can't lightdm crashes?23:25
replaceitstgm488, ran the game, crashed to a tty screen, when i run lightdm (or kdm), it will bring me to the screen of it loading (the text one) but no gui ever starts up23:26
tgm4883replaceits, how are you trying to run lightdm?23:27
xjkxI installed tightvncserver, ran it, set a password, and it runs on :1 so port is 5901. I run my android vnc viewer, put this port, it connects, but I only see my default ubuntu wallpaper...nothing else, cant do anything, just see the wallpaper, I go up and down the screen, zoom in and out, nothing. What am I doing wrong ?23:27
replaceitstgm4883, i have ubuntu set to start up in text instead of quite splash so ive been using sudo lightdm start23:27
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gurragIs there any way to change the palm detection / touchpad sensitivity settings in Ubuntu 13.04?23:27
tgm4883replaceits, seems like you should instead be starting the service 'sudo service lightdm start'23:28
tgm4883replaceits, what happens if you 'ctrl+alt+F1', login, then do 'sudo service lightdm restart'?23:28
replaceitstgm4883, just tried it and same thing happend23:29
OerHekstry remove or rename(move) the ~/.minecraft folder ?23:30
tgm4883replaceits, it seems odd to me that a game could cause that problem considering A) starting lightdm needs nothing from the users home directory and B) running a game as a regular user means it doesn't have write access to anything outside the home directory23:31
tgm4883seems like you did something else in there23:31
Germanaz0hello, when i connect my computer, to the tv, using hdmi, ubuntu turn me off the hdmi transmission, i have configured into battery settings, to dont do anything when it is charging23:32
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replaceitsremoved every trace of the game diddnt do anything, and tgm4883 thats why im confused on what happend and how to fix it lol23:32
tgm4883replaceits, but as a test, you could also make it boot back up in graphical mode. Doing that would ensure it isn't looking for something in your home directory23:32
tgm4883replaceits, I still think you aren't telling us the full story. You might think you are, but from what you have told us seems like it should be impossible23:33
* x-Qey #cvv2 new canal :D23:33
x-Qeycvv2  new  kanal23:34
replaceitstgm4883, not sure what i could be leaving out, im going to try booting with quite splash ill be right back.23:36
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CosmicSparkIs it normal to get a wall of code-y text at the end of Ubuntu 13.04 install?23:40
reisioit's not necessarily abnormal23:40
reisioas kongfuzi said: you don't have a problem until you have one23:40
replaceitsAnd quitesplash just brings me to a black screen23:40
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NarcTixsounds like something went wrong with the xx install or maybe gfx drivers/Unity23:41
NarcTixX 8xx23:41
reisioor he rebooted and the GUI just turned off23:42
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NarcTixreisio only saw And "quitesplash just brings me to a black screen" so donty know the history23:43
reisioreplaceits: *23:44
mehmetbI have a remote server and i have to use gwt(java) on it. I need some remote desktop stuff. What do you recommend?23:44
reisiomehmetb: Ubuntu comes with a VNC server, IIRC23:44
AlexandreMBMgnome-session-quit show dialog to close session23:45
AlexandreMBMwhich command show dialog to shutdown or suspend?23:46
NarcTixmehmetb you might want to do some x11 forwarding depending on what it is you need to run?23:47
caodepalhaHi everyone I'm a newbie on ubuntu is there anyone who can answer me a few questions?23:47
trismAlexandreMBM: --power-off or --reboot arguments to gnome-session-quit23:47
replaceitsMeh I have a live cd at hand so ill just reinstall the system (got /home seperate so no loses really) thanks everyone ;p23:48
mehmetbNarcTix, im a newbie which one should i use? vnc or x11 forwarding?23:48
NarcTixmehmetb If your new vnc, for ease of use yes, security not sure. X11 forwarding if you know how to use ssh its just a case of adding the -Y flag to your ssh login23:50
reisiocaodepalha: no, but there are many23:50
AlexandreMBMtrism, it is not that show suspend option23:50
AlexandreMBMfrom menu23:50
NarcTixmehmetb so ssh notroot@server firefox would launch firefox on your server on your desktop23:50
mehmetbNarcTix, i've connected to server with a vnc client and i have termianl window again. what should it do?23:51
NarcTixssh -Y notroot@server23:51
trismAlexandreMBM: it shows suspend here, with --power-off (right next to lock), on 13.04 anyway23:51
caodepalhai downloaded ubuntu studio and tried to install it with wubit. it went well even though it was not ubuntu studio23:51
NarcTixmehmetb If you alrerqady have it setup and are used to that stick with it23:51
caodepalhait installed ubuntu 12.0.423:51
AlexandreMBMtrism, I am using 12.04.223:52
NarcTixmehmetb x11 forwarding can lag to its just I use SSH mostly with my servers23:53
wilee-nileecaodepalha, Wubi?23:54
caodepalhayes wubi23:54
NarcTixmehmetb using vnc you will need more binaries for the desktop so if you you dont have loads of spare space stick with ssh /X11 forwarding23:54
mehmetbNarcTix, thank you i will try23:54
wilee-nileecaodepalha, Ah, well it is not supported anymore, and is just a file in windows, originally a try out for a partitioned install, can be transfered to a partition if needed.23:55
AlexandreMBMtrism,  it show a dialog to expire in 60 secs with cancel buttom only23:55
caodepalhait installed ubuntu but not ubuntu studio. at least i can try it out and have a look so its not a big problem. it automatically set up my laptop to dual boot. ubuntu is very slow.....23:55
NarcTixwhats ubuntu studio?23:55
wilee-nileecaodepalha, Be careful with the dualboot term, and always identify it as a wubi when helped.23:56
NarcTixubuntu-studio @ubboto23:56
ubottuUbuntuStudio is a collection of packages for the artist who wishes to use Ubuntu as their Digital Audio Workstation. It contains all the best Audio/Visual components from the Ubuntu repositories. For more info and install instructions, join #ubuntustudio or see http://ubuntustudio.org23:56
trismAlexandreMBM: don't know then, I have 12.04 here too, and in unity-2d I get suspend/restart/cancel/shutdown23:56
caodepalhaok but what about it? my laptop seems to work fine. ubuntu works very slow and that's the only downer for now23:57
daniel1Hi, how can I output for example only mp3 and ogg files with the ls command ?23:57
daniel1regex pattern doent seem to work23:58
NarcTixcaodepa1ha Ubuntu, Linux running slow? Ive been a server admin for some years that does not hapen unless there is something wrong, describe slow?23:58
caodepalhaits slow moving trough windows, opening firefox browser etc23:58
caodepalhainstalled with wubi23:58
NarcTixcaodepa1ha Although Im not familiar with Unity and that could cause more load23:59
NarcTixcaodepa1ha Have you installed your gfx drivers and what card you using?23:59
AlexandreMBMtrism, I am looking inhibitors for gnome sessions23:59
caodepalhaplease mind that i'm a total newbie for all linux matter, been doing research though23:59

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