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luke1Hi all.02:16
luke1!info extremetuxracer02:16
ubottuextremetuxracer (source: extremetuxracer): 3D racing game featuring Tux, the Linux penguin. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.4-5ubuntu1 (raring), package size 238 kB, installed size 655 kB02:16
luke1!info stellarium02:17
ubottustellarium (source: stellarium): real-time photo-realistic sky generator. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.12.0-1 (raring), package size 3883 kB, installed size 8020 kB02:17
luke1!info freedoom02:18
ubottufreedoom (source: freedoom): free game files for the 3D game DOOM. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.8~beta1-1 (raring), package size 6684 kB, installed size 27563 kB02:18
luke1!info kstars02:18
ubottukstars (source: kstars): desktop planetarium for KDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 4:4.10.4-0ubuntu0.1 (raring), package size 927 kB, installed size 3605 kB02:18
luke1using !info is interesting.02:19
ubottuPlease investigate with me only with "/msg ubottu Bot" or in #ubuntu-bots.  Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu !search factoid".02:22
ubottuPlease 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 !patience03:05
luke1ubottu is nice.03:05
luke1i know ubottu is a bot. i just know that it is nice that it is a bot.03:06
luke1and that is is so smart for a computer03:06
ubottuyes, I can confirm I am a female bot :)03:06
ubottuyes, I can confirm I am a female bot :)03:07
luke1yes, I can confirm I am a female bot :) :)03:07
luke1i didn't know that there was a !gender command.03:08
luke1for ubottu03:08
luke1I got something from wikipedia and put it here:http://pastebin.com/WEKx19Sc03:12
luke1did anybody look at it? i'm just curious.03:19
luke1i just thought it might be interesting. sorry for posting this to a support channel.03:21
* alainus loving lubuntu03:37
joel135OK this is weird.12:12
joel135I logged in to a normal lxde session. The files in my desktop folder are not shown on the desktop.12:13
joel135However, I can right click it and add a new folder that subsequently shows up.12:13
joel135What do I do? I've tried logging out&back in12:14
joel135I did it. I moved the files out and back in:)12:16
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ArchguyHey, I installed b43legacy on my Lubuntu (after checking lspci -vnn | grep 14e4) yet the wireless still doesn't seem to be working, as in, no wireless are showing up and I am literally as close as I can possibly be to my wireless14:31
fabrizziophey, I installed lubuntu on a laptop with intel 845 chipset, how could I get the color bit depth to 24?18:30
fabrizziopit's at 16 bit IMO18:30
Unit193fabrizziop: xdpyinfo | grep root  will tell you what it's at.18:40
Unit193fabrizziop: What version of Lubuntu, and are you using SNA?18:41
fabrizziop13.04 i38618:41
fabrizziopwhat's SNA?18:41
fabrizziopxdpyinfo | grep root tells me that it's 15 planes18:42
Unit193grep SNA /var/log/Xorg.0.log  it's something that was turned on by default in Raring for my card.  It's intended by default since it in theory makes things work better/faster, I greatly disagree and use http://paste.openstack.org/show/39776/ as my /etc/X11/xorg.conf18:44
fabrizziopSNA is compiled and initialized18:46
fabrizziopwhat are the disadvantages of disabling it?18:46
Unit193No, it switched from UXA to SNA, which is snappier but UXA is more tested.  What you are doing with the config is forcing 24bit depth.18:49
fabrizziopohh ok, I copied that paste and got it in the xorg.conf18:50
Unit193https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-video-intel/+bug/1173649 for more information.18:50
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1173649 in xserver-xorg-video-intel (Ubuntu) "incorrect color depth - intel graphics card" [Undecided,Opinion]18:50
fabrizziopit works! thanks you a fucking lot18:51
ubottuPlease watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family-friendly, polite, and professional.18:51
Unit193fabrizziop: Sure, happy it helps.18:52
fabrizziopguess that next time I'll search for a default xorg.conf and try it, I'm just too paranoid, I suffer a lot with fglrx and 5xxx GPUs18:53
Unit193Also see xorg -configure, but that failed for me in Raring since it kept dieing.  You notice mainly with flash?18:55
fabrizziopUnit193: Xorg -configure didn't work for me, it told me an error about that there was a mismatch between the displays configured and the ones seen18:58
Unit193That's the one.18:59
mikubuntucan anybody tell me how i might search for a folder i created and i don't know where the hell it went to?18:59
Unit193!info catfish19:00
ubottucatfish (source: catfish): a versatile file searching tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.6.3-0ubuntu1 (raring), package size 71 kB, installed size 585 kB19:00
Unit193Or just use locate19:00
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mikubuntucan anybody tell me how i might search for a folder i created and i don't know where the hell it went to?19:59
mikubuntui created a folder called Health Resources for a .pdf i was saving, and now i can't find the folder or the file20:00
holsteincatfish.. in the terminal.. the search function of a filemanager20:01
holstein!info catfish20:01
ubottucatfish (source: catfish): a versatile file searching tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.6.3-0ubuntu1 (raring), package size 71 kB, installed size 585 kB20:01
holsteinmikubuntu: ^^20:03
holstein!info locate20:03
ubottulocate (source: findutils): maintain and query an index of a directory tree. In component universe, is optional. Version 4.4.2-5ubuntu1 (raring), package size 61 kB, installed size 299 kB20:03
mikubuntuholstein, i don't understand ezackly ---20:05
holsteinmikubuntu: sure.. just elaborate20:05
holsteinmikubuntu: im saying you  literaly launch the application catfish and search with it20:05
holsteinmikubuntu: i didnt notice that Unit193 had linked the same thing when you asked last time20:06
mikubuntuholstein, oh, so i find catfish in the software center?20:06
holsteinmikubuntu: or, you can use locate20:06
mikubuntui din't either, din't ping me20:06
mikubuntuhow to use locate?20:06
holsteinmikubuntu: sudo apt-get install catfish20:07
mikubuntuholstein, ok20:07
holsteinmikubuntu: i type in the terimal "locate 'search string'"20:07
holsteinwhere 'search string' gets replaced with the thing i want to locate20:07
mikubuntuholstein, and search string is 'health resources' ? (my file name?)20:08
holsteinmikubuntu: in a terminal "man locate"20:08
holsteinmikubuntu: if that is your search string, then i would try it, as explained above20:09
holsteinmikubuntu: you literally will not break anything running "locate" from the terminal, so try it20:09
mikubuntuholstein: unpacking catfish20:09
mikubuntuholstein, there is an AMAZING number of system files apparently with the word 'resource' associated .... lol -- but i don't see the one i'm looking for -- let me try catfish20:13
alainusI'm getting pretty annoyed by this: I use guake as a terminal, and whenever I toggle it, apparently the remaining window (whether it's guake, or the window that was in the background), doesn't get focus. And when I try to type, weird things happen. The arrow keys make the window move around in the screen. Tring to type "d" or "p" after toggling guake closes it!, "r" brings up the "execute command" window, "e" shows PCManFM, and so on... I have to re-foc23:07
alainusus the window by clicking on it before doing anything. Any tips?23:07

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