ubottunetsplit is when two IRC servers of the same network (like freenode) disconnect from each other, so users on one server stop seeing users on the other. If this is happening now, just relax and enjoy the show. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netsplit01:23
admini_Having trouble with rekonq browser, any suggestions?01:36
admini_no one is really here01:38
monkeyjuicei use chrumium ;)01:49
monkeyjuicesorry chromium01:49
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M_Kayhi which tool can extract audio all/a certain audio tracks from a video if there is more than 2?06:28
valorieprobably ffmpeg?06:30
valorievery configurable06:30
valorienot very user friendly, though06:30
M_Kayi would like to have a tool with GUI :D06:32
valorieM_Kay: VLC maybe be able to do that; I'm not sure06:39
valorieKdenlive probably would as well06:39
valorieBlender perhaps can as well?06:40
M_Kayi tried kdenlive but it extracted only one track06:43
M_Kayvlc and blender ill try them06:44
valorieM_Kay: best of luck06:50
valorieif nothing else, the kdenlive guys might be some help06:51
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M_Kaythx for the advice!06:54
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fluxboxMy system is running very unstable10:16
fluxboxcan any recommend me a help chat on this network ?10:16
ikoniafluxbox: what OS are you running10:26
akoma1sHi! Internet searches so far haven't been that fruitful. Anyone knows if LibreOffice 4 in Raring supports the Global Menu (as implemented in plasma-widget-menubar) with the KDE4 VCL plugin?11:12
apacheloggergenerally speaking it supports the global menu specification though11:13
apacheloggerwhether it specifically works with plasma-widget-menubar I do not know11:13
akoma1s"SAL_USE_VCLPLUGIN=gtk loffice" hides the menu bar from the window, it's not appearing in the widget however.11:15
akoma1sWith any other choice, including kde4, the menu bar stays in the window11:15
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BluesKajHiyas all13:45
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Guest91442# dev /13:51
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tester56hi ... i have a problem with pm-utils ... i have a script of the following form:14:39
tester56if on_ac_power; then14:39
tester56# Reset back to normal settings14:39
FloodBotK1tester56: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.14:39
tester56# Turn on aggressive power savings14:39
tester56everything in the section else gets executed with root rights14:40
tester56i need to run some commands only root can run ... so they don't work with sudo14:41
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tester56but the commands in the first section do not get run with the rights needed14:41
tester56how can i change this?14:41
tester56so it seems pm-utils calls the scripts in /etc/pm/power.d with different rights when i plug the power on and off14:45
tester56power off: full rights14:45
tester56power on: no sufficient rights to write into /sys/class/scsi_host/host0/link_power_management_policy14:45
tester56is this a bug or can this be changed somewhere?14:46
akoma1stester56: add a "logger -t myscript `id`" in that section and watch the syslog for the result14:47
tester56which file should i read exactly?14:49
akoma1s /var/log/syslog14:49
akoma1spress G to reach the end fast14:50
akoma1s(if using less(1))14:50
tester56Jul  1 16:50:24 Precision-M4600 myscript: uid=0(root) gid=0(root) groups=0      (root)14:51
akoma1smind doing a pastebinit <your_script_file> and pasting the address here?14:51
tester56give me a second14:52
tester56file is called powertop.sh14:54
tester56akoma1s: for example: echo 'min_power' > '/sys/class/scsi_host/host0/link_power_management_policy' gets applied in the second section, but not in the first14:57
tester56if I apply it after running sudo su it works14:57
akoma1stry put a "sleep 5" right before the line that fails14:58
tester56i have tried that already14:58
tester56did not change anything14:58
tester56akoma1s: any other ideas?15:01
akoma1sjust getting up to speed with pm-utils :)15:02
tester56that means?15:02
tester56i have even tried putting the commands in an external script that is being called ... no change15:02
tester56things some commands don't get applied15:02
tester56while all the commands in the second section are applied sucessfully15:03
tester56i can even write sleep 30 and things don't change15:03
tester56bug if I run the command manually after becoming root (sudo su) it works15:03
tester56but the rights seem to be fine?15:04
akoma1sDoes running the 'min_power' command by hand when on ac power work?15:04
tester56yeah as I wrote "but if I run the command manually after becoming root (sudo su) it works"15:05
akoma1sright, sorry15:05
akoma1sone sec15:05
akoma1show did you determine that it can't write to that file?15:09
tester563 commands don't get applied: line 13, line 7 and line 515:09
tester56by checking with powertop15:09
akoma1sso, instead of min_power it shows max_performance after you plug in the ac adapter?15:10
tester56vim /sys/class/scsi_host/host0/link_power_management_policy15:11
tester56shows me max performance15:11
tester56strange issue15:11
tester56has the script the most powerful rights available?15:12
tester56i suppose no15:12
tester56the thing is: the script gets called two different times ... and i suppose one time sth. is wrong15:13
akoma1sif it is run by pm-utils it should15:14
tester56your myscript test says for both times the same15:14
akoma1scould you insert a "exec >/tmp/myscript.$$.log 2>&1" after the shebang line?15:14
tester56shebang line?15:14
akoma1sthe #! line15:14
tester56and then?15:15
akoma1sand replug the power adapter15:15
akoma1safterwards check /tmp for myscript.*.log files15:16
tester56no change15:16
tester56logfiles are emtpy15:17
tester56very strange15:17
tester56at least it should complain about missing rights15:17
akoma1sindeed :/15:18
tester56any other idea?15:18
akoma1scould you check if there is a space character right before the "#!" ?15:18
akoma1sit shouldn't matter however15:18
tester56yeah there is one15:18
akoma1stry removing it15:19
akoma1syou were lucky it ran at all :)15:19
tester56no :-(((15:19
tester56no change15:19
tester56what could be wrong?15:19
akoma1stry changing the echo 'min_power' in the first section to echo 'garbage', just so can be sure we get the error messages logged15:20
akoma1sso we*15:20
tester56 /etc/pm/power.d/powertop.sh: line 12: echo: write error: Invalid argument15:22
tester56is there a way to check if it gets applied and is then overwritten by the hardware instantly for any reason?15:23
tester56but it has to be the hardware that overwrites, otherwise we would see an error message15:23
akoma1s...or the kernel, for some reason15:25
akoma1sthere may be, I'm looking into it15:25
akoma1snormally you'd use inotify15:25
tester56can you reproduce the issue on your machine?15:26
akoma1sthat's the next item on the plan :)15:27
tester56but if the kernel would overwrite it ... why not overwriting when manually appling too?15:29
akoma1sheh, just noticed the /usr/lib/pm-utils/power.d/sata_alpm file15:30
akoma1sthis may be the culprit15:30
tester56true) [ "$SATA_ALPM_ENABLE" = true ] && set_sata_alpm min_power;;15:31
tester56 39     false) set_sata_alpm max_performance;;15:31
tester56*without the 3915:31
tester56sound very promising :-))15:32
akoma1syeah, looking for the correct place to set the SATA_ALPM_ENABLE variable now :)15:32
tester56and let me guess ... that script is executed after my script?15:32
tester56this would explain why my script does not work, does not matter how long I sleep15:33
akoma1spowertop.sh sorts before sata_alpm15:33
tester56so it is pm-utils itself preventing the script from working, right?15:33
akoma1sso probably it's running after your script, indeed15:34
akoma1syes, but I wouldn't advise removing it :)15:34
tester56that behaviour should be changed ... why writing a script when it get changed again15:34
tester56okay it does not matter ... the main thing is that everything works when the power source is unplugged15:35
tester56I'll leave it there, now where we have found the reason15:35
tester56sure this is the reason?15:36
akoma1smoving it out of the way temporarily15:37
akoma1stry moving*15:37
tester56haha ... moving it out of the way works :-))))))))15:38
tester56i suppose the other files are responsible for the other problems15:40
tester56so now it would be nice to find a way to change the priority of the scripts15:40
tester56or should I place my scipt in /usr/lib/pm-utils/power.d/ ?15:41
akoma1san easy way out could be renaming your script to zzz_powertop.sh15:41
akoma1sso it sorts last of all other scripts15:42
tester56solves all issues apart from line 515:45
tester56so there is another part involved :-(15:45
akoma1sthe "iw dev wlan0 set power_save off" ?15:45
akoma1sdoes this work when running it by hand?15:46
tester56erm .-... NO15:47
tester56thought i have tried that on before :D15:47
tester56okay ... we'll leave it then ...15:48
tester56thank you very very much!15:48
akoma1sI was about to ask you what card you had, so I'd buy one for myself too :)15:48
akoma1sI have to reload the module to change the power settings15:48
tester56but in battery mode it works15:48
tester56i suppose this is a kernel thing ...15:49
tester56anyway thank you so much!15:49
akoma1snp :)15:49
akoma1sjust a sec before you leave15:49
akoma1stry  "ip link set dev wlan0 down; sleep 1; iw dev wlan0 set power_save off; ip link set dev wlan0 up" instead of that line15:51
akoma1s(you'll lose your internet connection temporarily)15:51
tester56not sure if I want to do this15:51
tester56do you want to know it ? then I 'll do it for you15:51
akoma1sno, it's okay :)15:52
tester56okay fine15:52
akoma1sI said it in case you really wanted it :)15:52
akoma1sone last thing15:52
akoma1suse cat to peek at kernel config files, much easier than vim15:52
akoma1s(and works in every case)15:53
akoma1sthat's all, hf :)15:53
tester56are you an emacs guy? D15:53
akoma1sI like Emacs,15:53
akoma1sbut I'm using kdevelop at the moment :)15:54
tester56lol ... thank you very much ... c ya15:54
akoma1scya :)15:54
* tester56 leaves the chat as happy as never before15:55
szymon_hi how i can install java on kubuntu ?16:15
szymon_please help me16:15
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swexanybody else have 100 cpu on amarok?18:16
swexkubuntu 1304 last updates18:16
tester56akoma1s: wanna hear the next challange regarding my script?18:24
tester56akoma1s: it does not get run at boot so i would like to place someting in rc.local to make pm-utils run that script18:25
tester56akoma1s: any idea?18:25
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vbgunzmy mic used to sound perfect in kubuntu but for some reason, out of nowhere, out of the blue, I am noticing a statcy fizzy hissing anytime I talk. I just came from windows and in there it's flawless, really flawless, so I believe it can't be a hardware issue21:09
vbgunzanyhow, I have boost and input settings on so low here they're virtually near mute21:10
vbgunzI still get the popping fizzy fuzzy background noise when I talk or whisper, regardless of the input setting, low or high, boost or not. I am running out of ideas on what's causing it and even tried the low latency kernel and it didn't help. anyone have an idea how to fix this?21:11
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