dunpealIs there a way to cycle hidden windows?00:23
dunpealI disabled them from appearing in the regular task switcher, but can I someone still access them through the keyboard?00:23
=== i3luefire__ is now known as i3luefire
=== mnepton is now known as mneptok
llldinoHey guys, ld appreciate some help on this one. I've recently updated Ubuntu LTS 12.04, and my nvidia driver is only giving me one resolution setting. I've done nvidia-setting and the driver says "You do not appear to be using the NVIDIA X driver.  Please edit your X configuration file (just run `nvidia-xconfig` as root), and restart the X server." i've done this and nothing changes.02:36
kingnick42I'm running Xubuntu 13.04, and my wifi is really slow and buggy03:37
kingnick42I have not had this issue with Xubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 13.04, LMDE, or all the other distros I've tried03:37
kingnick42my wireless card is an Intel  Centrino Wireless-N 10003:37
kingnick42Any ideas?03:37
psycho_oreosEither a newer kernel driver and/or (possibly) microcode issue. Though bandwidth regression is somewhat well known.03:39
kingnick42That went a little over my head....what fix should I try?03:40
psycho_oreosTechnically it shouldn't be an issue if you had no issues with Ubuntu 13.04 as it is the same version as Xubuntu 13.04 minus the desktop layout. Hmm, maybe heavy bandwidth usage throughout the day?03:40
psycho_oreosDisregard what I said, just noticed you mentioned you had no issues with Ubuntu 13.04. It's virtually the same as Xubuntu 13.04 minus the default DE/WM package.03:41
kingnick42Yea, that's why I found it odd. Its been like this ever since Xubuntu 13.04  was installed though. Plugging in an ethernet always results in nice, fast, reliable internet.03:42
kingnick42The network is a private wifi, with about 5 devices connected. An ipod, right next to my computer, works fine while my computer doesn't.03:43
psycho_oreosNot that private wifi matters, it's moreso to do with nearby networks and potential other interferences that can matter.03:44
kingnick422 other wifi networks are detected. Which hasn't changed from when I first put linux on03:45
psycho_oreosIn other words at this point in time I do not think the computer is being the issue, let alone Xubuntu.03:45
psycho_oreosHmm, no heavy traffic at this time and you are still getting poor connectivity?03:45
kingnick42just did a speedtest. On wifi, I got 0.46 down, and 0.49 up. On ethernet, I got 6.71 down, and 1.04 up03:48
kingnick42I'll boot into Kubuntu 13.04, and run a speedtest from wifi, on a live usb. I'll be back :)03:49
deckard_hello. i took a pic with a camera phone and then downloaded it from my email. is there a way to tell what metadata it has before posting it online?04:10
deckard_privacy concern04:11
holsteindeckard_: take a look at it before you send it04:11
deckard_ya what do i look at and how?04:12
deckard_right click  properties?04:12
holsteindeckard_: i literally just look at what i want, when im concerned04:12
deckard_i want to make sure they dont get my address from any possiblemetadata04:12
holsteindeckard_: nothing i hear about on an IRC channel would make me feel personally safe04:12
kingnick42yep, no problems on Kubuntu 13.04. Its just Xubuntu04:27
holsteinkingnick42: xubuntu 13.04? with the same upgrades applied?04:27
kingnick42yep. Xubuntu 13.0404:28
kingnick42Fully up to date.04:28
holsteinkingnick42: same kernel versions?04:28
kingnick42holstein - yes04:29
holsteinkingnick42: so, what do you think it is? the network managers?04:29
kingnick42holstein - I really have no idea.04:29
holsteinkingnick42: its literally the same sources, so its something to do with the config, or the software version of something04:29
kingnick42holstein - its pretty much a vanilla install. I've installed chrome, workrave, and replaced xfwm4 with gala04:30
kingnick42that's it04:30
holsteinkingnick42: im not saying you broke it.. im just saying, xubuntu *is* kubuntu *is* ubuntu.. the same sources04:31
holsteinkingnick42: so, somewhere something is either a different version or package or config04:31
kingnick42holstein - I know, that's what's got me confused.04:31
holsteinkingnick42: it will be up to you though, since you have that hardware, and can test04:31
holsteini would just load up 12.04 and not worry about it.. casually run a few live CD's and try and sort out what is going on04:32
=== IsoAnon is now known as Isolol
=== Myrtti_ is now known as Myrtti
xubuntu271c'è qualche italiano in linea??07:09
ubottuVai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)07:09
Sysithey should also know something about xubuntu07:09
nomadIs xfce closer to gnome 2 than mate?07:52
nomadIs it faster than mate?07:53
Sysiit might use less RAM07:53
nomadAll right thanks07:53
=== Otyg_ is now known as Otyg
xubuntu229hi guys.  wondering if anybody can point me in the right direction. replaced xp w/ubuntu 12.04 on an old compaq presario 5000 but can't get the wireless working. updated drivers and other updates but no go.10:31
xubuntu229everything else seems to be working fine other than that though.  when connecting via wired connection internet works just fine, but not picking up any wifi networks at all in connections..10:33
xubuntu229appreciate any help/pointin me to where i can find problem solving/solutions!  :)10:39
xubuntu366omg irc works during xubuntu install..11:31
ericbuttershello. does someone know why ncurses shows wrong colors in default xubuntu 12,04 installation? see here for the kconfig menu: http://s11.postimg.org/duhzf5d1v/bozukrenkler.png12:05
ericbuttersanyone has problem with strange ncurses color in xubuntu 12.04?12:18
koegsi think this comes from the terminals color scheme, try the same with plain xterm or terminator or any other terminal12:19
ericbutterskoegs you are right. it is a xfce4-terminal issue. xterm works.12:20
ericbutterswhat can i do?12:21
Sysiset colors the way you want them in terminal's preferences12:21
ericbuttersi will try12:21
Sysiremoving color lines from ~/.config/Terminal/terminalrc sets then to xfce defaults instead of xubuntu defaults12:21
Sysi(removing that file resets to xubuntu defaults)12:22
ericbuttersSysi thank you, that solved my issue..12:35
HexasoftI have a strange problem: I installed my laptop ~2 weeks ago with the last xubuntu. Under my xfce session I get crashes12:42
Hexasoftit happens when I close several terminals (xfce4-terminal).12:42
HexasoftI close them and suddenly I'm ejected from my session and back to the login screen12:43
HexasoftI never changed the sources for apt, so only using "normal" packages12:44
Hexasoftany idea? The crash report (when I log in again) talks about SIGSEV, mostly in xfce4-terminal but also in pidgin (one time)12:45
kRushany ideas why my update indicator would just disappear after a short while when there are new updates?12:56
red6mafter updating to chromium 28 - chromium browser added normal window borders that were absent before. Any way to remove them?13:13
red6mduhh. nvermind. unchecked "Use system title bar and borders" checkbox. all set.13:14
=== xubuntu is now known as Guest31359
Guest31359I cannot get xubuntu live cd to boot toram.  I tried inputting toram before and after the --13:16
Guest31359I cannot get xubuntu live cd to boot toram.13:16
=== xubuntu is now known as Guest18105
nantouhow do I find access icons with thunar?15:05
nantouor any oder file manager?15:05
=== benedikt_ is now known as benedikt
elfyaccess icons? what do you mean ?15:08
nantouelfy, transmission doesnt open any magnet link since a week ago and I dont know why, Im now looking for it on thunar, I dont know where to start looking15:13
GridCubelooking for what?15:14
GridCubenantou: if you want to edit the mimetypes you should be able to do that from the mimetype editor from the settings manager15:15
GridCubealso you can force firefox to open magnet links with any program you want15:16
GridCubealso you can try to --reinstall transmission15:16
xubuntu382can i seek for a help from anyone?15:20
GridCube!ask | xubuntu38215:20
ubottuxubuntu382: 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 !patience15:20
baizonxubuntu382: of course :)15:20
xubuntu382well its kind of a long questions. i wish you could help me i'm an IT student. so this are my questions about the Xubuntu my i seek for your help please i need some information regarding some of this questions:  1. background study of the OS 2. Components of the OS 3. Structure of the OS 4. System and application system supported 5. system software 6. application software 7. process management 8. memory management 9. file syste15:22
nantouGridCube, I cannot locate neither magnet nor transmission in the mimetypes menu15:22
GridCubenantou: then its a firefox setting15:22
GridCubexubuntu382: :) would you please move your questions to #xubuntu-offtopic there you can get a more relaxed converstation about your inquieries15:24
xubuntu382ok sir. thank you.15:24
nantouGridCube, odd, I have to right click and copy the magnet link for transmission to recognize it15:27
nantouGridCube, I have been experiencing some problems in the last days, I believe it could be related to a lack of free space. In at least 1 occasion I had 0 bytes of free space15:28
nantouyour feedback is welcomed15:28
GridCubenantou: thats probably creating some conflicts somewhere, but i dont really know16:00
GridCubethough i try to always have a good chunk of freespace16:00
nantouvery odd, because last time I run out of space all my schat favorite channels were lost, that didnt happen this time16:02
nantouanyhow thanks GridCube16:02
GridCubeit seems like many people is having problems with magnet links16:08
Xyverzwhere does xubuntu keep its xorg.conf file? The one I've put in /etc/X11/ doesn't seem to be doing much good.18:53
pleia2you put it in the right place18:54
well_laid_lawncheck /var/log/Xorg.0.log and see what confs it's reading18:54
Xyverzok, thanks. Will take a look there.18:54
well_laid_lawn /etc/X11 is the place for a xorg.conf still18:55
XyverzHuh. looks like it's using that config. Go figure.18:55
XyverzWe'll see what happens next time I reboot this laptop.18:55
Xyverzthanks again!18:55
xubuntu165I have downloaded Xubuntu 4 times now from different servers and the md5 sums never match the example. They all match each other though. Is there a better means of downloading?19:30
ubottuSome torrent clients: Transmission (GTK and terminal-based), Deluge-Torrent, Freeloader, BitStormLite, BitTornado-GUI (GTK), KTorrent (KDE), QTorrent (Qt), Azureus/Vuse (Java), !Frostwire (Java), TorrentFlux (web-based), bittornado, rTorrent, cTorrent, bittorrent, aria2 (terminal-based) - FAQ: http://www.bittorrent.com/help/faq - See also !P2P19:31
holsteinxubuntu165: well. specifically downloading via a torrent19:31
xubuntu165OK, I'm not well versed in torrents lately so I was just using the downloader in Firefox. I'll give the torrent a try.19:33
Unit193xubuntu165: Where'd you pull up the md5sum?19:35
xubuntu165http://releases.ubuntu.com/precise/ - downloading 12.04.2, although I also tried 13.04 yesterday19:37
xubuntu165downloading the .iso from http://mirror.anl.gov/pub/ubuntu-iso/CDs-Xubuntu/12.04/release/19:38
xubuntu165All md5 sums of downloads match each other, but not the reference19:38
Unit193xubuntu165: The first one is Ubuntu, the second is Xubuntu.19:39
xubuntu165OK, that solves it. Sorry I missed that in following the links. Many thanks!19:45
nantouhow do I know if my xubuntu is encrypted?19:46
holsteinnantou: did you do anything to encrypt it?19:46
nantouholstein, I think not19:46
Unit193xubuntu165: Sure.19:47
xubuntu072hi, I need some help configuring grub2. I don't get any entry to my system. Using Xubuntu 13.04. I have started my system using the grub super disk. Could someone tell me how to configure the Grub text file or anything to help me solve this?23:39
GridCubexubuntu072, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair23:41
xubuntu072GridCube: That was a big file, 500mb..23:42
dunpealHow can I get Parole to play .aac files?23:57

Generated by irclog2html.py 2.7 by Marius Gedminas - find it at mg.pov.lt!