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alfonsojonI just found the search & launch feature.03:38
alfonsojonoh my god whoever helped make that possible, THANK YOU03:38
alfonsojonThere needs to be a "Thanks" form to fill out or som ething xD03:39
smartboyhwNormally, thanks is expressed by sending an email to Riddell :P03:39
valoriealfonsojon: you mean alt+f2?03:43
valorieaka krunner03:43
valorieif so, I agree that is is uber-awesome03:44
alfonsojonI like alt-f203:55
alfonsojonlove it03:55
alfonsojonIt's better than just about every other DE's alt-f2 function03:55
alfonsojonI'm talking about the Search & Launch desktop UI03:55
valorieah, ok03:59
smartboyhwHey JontheEchidna05:19
smartboyhwOops, not here:P05:19
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Nalkemand now a crash .(06:51
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lordievaderGood morning.07:30
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Nalkemhow i can prevent akonadi crashing my computer ...?08:12
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BluesKajHiyas all11:22
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coz_hey guys  I am on ubuntu 13.04 with nvidia g73 and cannot enable fastwrites and SBA12:33
BluesKajcoz_, SBA?12:34
coz_BluesKaj:   Side Band Adressing12:34
BluesKajcoz_, which nvidia driver ?12:35
coz_BluesKaj:  this is an old  agp slot card,, was easy to enable these prior to 12.04 but noticed yesterday I cannot enable the "method" i used to use12:36
BluesKajdoes the nvidia-current driver run it ?12:38
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coz_BluesKaj:  yes it does12:39
BluesKajwhat is side band addressing ? , never heard of it12:40
coz_BluesKaj:  let me get link , hold on12:40
coz_BluesKaj:   sorry cant find link but this:   Sideband Addressing is an AGP feature which allows additional channels to transmit data between the video card and the rest of the system.12:43
coz_BluesKaj:  enabling both, speeds up  the video quite a bit12:44
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BluesKajcoz_, i found an expalnation , looks like agp should never have been dropped in favour od pcix12:46
coz_BluesKaj:  oh? "(12:47
coz_BluesKaj:  ok thanks guy12:47
BluesKajcoz_, at least from what i've read so far , agp seems superior technically12:48
coz_BluesKaj:  sad for older systems,, many clients still have them "( but thanks,, I will see what I can do12:49
BluesKajyeah i had an old pc with huge agp video card used by security dept at my workplace ..it handled 8 video cameras , but it was useless to me when I got the pc12:54
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dougielanyone have any experience wiit virtual box I cannot get osx windows dos or win 3.11 installed14:42
KottizenHi, ehm... I pressed something by accident, I think it was Fn + F11 (or some other key close to F11) and disabled my touchpad. It looks like: http://wstaw.org/m/2013/08/01/plasma-desktopBa1943.png14:43
KottizenWhat should I do? I'm currently using a regular USB mouse, but I'd like to enable the touchpad again.14:43
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GiGaHuRtZWell, I asked in #kde about 15min ago and got no answers (oir even speaking) so I guess I will ask here16:02
GiGaHuRtZAny suggestions on a program that can search for dupe MP3 files in folders, and delete the things? Preferably GUI, I gounf one, but I donno it doesnt seem to work right or something16:03
GiGaHuRtZPreferably a QT one, but it doesn't have to be if it does what I need it to16:03
GiGaHuRtZI found one, called dupeguru, and they have version for all sorts of things, music, pictures etc. I tried out the dupeguru_me (music edition) and it seemed to find all my dupes and stuff, and I asked it to delete, but I donno, didnt seem to work16:04
GiGaHuRtZI think I may have been doing something wrong, not sure16:04
dougielAnyone familiar with skype under 13.04 I dont  transmit any audio and capture device says none16:12
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alfonsojonHi, I'm looking for an equivalent to this command with wget16:50
alfonsojoncurl http://setup.roblox.com:80/version.txt16:50
alfonsojonWhat's the equivalent in wget?16:51
alfonsojon(if any?)16:51
alfonsojonNevermind, figured it out16:56
alfonsojoncurl http://setup.roblox.com:80/version.txt = wget -O- -q http://setup.roblox.com:80/version.txt16:56
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juniormendoncaHOW TO mount remote folters using SSH?17:18
Tm_Tjuniormendonca: sshfs17:21
juniormendoncaonly and best way?17:22
Tm_Tjuniormendonca: not only, but it's rather simple and working way17:25
Tm_Tjuniormendonca: you can make temporary or permanent mounts with it17:25
juniormendoncaok... looking for command line. tks17:25
Tm_Tjuniormendonca: you can browse over ssh with Dolphin just fine though17:25
draikxHello. I did a kernel upgrade yesterday and upon rebooting, my display is offset by about an inch to the right. I am using my TV with 1920x1080 resolution, and VGA port. Using 'xvidtune' does not help, as it reports any and all changes as "invalid".17:33
draikxI've also been looking online, but I don't have a /etc/X11/xorg.conf file for my 13.04 installation.17:34
draikxIf it matters, this is for my Asus nettop box (EB1501)17:34
kdefkubuntu keeps changing the time displayed to UTC17:47
kdefkubuntu sucks17:47
geniikdef: Have you set a timezone?17:52
genii!xorgconf draikx17:52
genii!xorgconf | draikx17:53
ubottudraikx: The /etc/X11/xorg.conf file is deprecated, but sometimes may still be needed to pass values to specific drivers. Generic xorg.conf generation: http://ubottu.com/y/xorgconf - ATI/AMD ( fglrx driver ) specific: http://ubottu.com/y/atiamd - NVidia ( nvidia driver )specific: http://ubottu.com/y/nvidia man xorg.conf for file structure and syntax.17:53
draikxThis issue seems to only appear with 1920x1080 resolution. I just went down to 1280x1024 and I don't have the offset issue.17:53
draikxThank you, genii. I'll give that a try.17:55
kdefgenii:  I've fixed it before but it's back to UTC time18:21
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aboudreaultwhy would my microphone be disabled in kde? I don't see any capture device19:01
aboudreaultI just tested a ubuntu live cd and I could use my microphone19:01
linksleepcan anyone help me? im new to linux and im running kubuntu and i cant seem to play a video it is all choppy and i finly give up19:08
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Guest40177hola a todos21:48
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alfonsojonHi, how can I make my task manager iconified?23:06
alfonsojonAs in remove the text and keep it icon-only23:06
alfonsojonI have so many windows open at the same time, but I really don't like grouping23:07
bootkilleruse icon-tasks23:08
bootkillerand remove the default one23:09
alfonsojonIs there a way to make icon-tasks "bigger" though?23:14
alfonsojonAs in add padding to the icons23:14
alfonsojonit seems squashed.23:14
bootkillerincrease spacing in the options23:15
bootkillerthe icons also stretch to the height of the panel23:15
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GiGaHuRtZI got a problem im not sure how to fix now.  By mistake I removed some core packages of KDE when removing something using a wildcard (*), stupid I know, but I caught it as it was trying to remove like 100 things23:16
GiGaHuRtZIt removed like 4 things, not sure exactly what they are, because my first instinct was to close the term23:17
GiGaHuRtZSo then I did a dpkg --congiure -a, then went ahead and tried doing an upgrade, it doesnt want to upgrade anything, but a TON of packages are marked as autoremovable now23:18
GiGaHuRtZwhats weird is the thing I was removing with a wildcard was just wine*23:18
wxlGiGaHuRtZ: did you try looking at /var/log/apt/history.log and see what happened?23:20
GiGaHuRtZthanks, i was trying to thing of what log it was23:20
GiGaHuRtZAnd now i also learned a good lesson setting tricky aliases23:21
GiGaHuRtZI have apt-get aliases to always answer yes23:21
GiGaHuRtZwtf, this was the command, apt-get --yes remove wine*23:22
wxlit should say under that what was actually done23:22
GiGaHuRtZit tried to remove, fluxgui:amd64 (1.1.8), partitionmanager:amd64 (1.0.3-0ubuntu6), kubuntu-debug-installer:amd64 (13.04ubuntu3), k3b-i18n:amd64 (2.0.2-6ubuntu1), kpat:amd64 (4.10.95-0ubuntu$23:22
GiGaHuRtZand more23:22
GiGaHuRtZthat makes no sense23:22
wxlapt wild cards can be inexplicable sometimes23:22
GiGaHuRtZit was the --yes alioas that hurt me23:23
wxli'm sure it all makes sense somehow but…23:23
GiGaHuRtZAnd I must have some that wants policykit-1-gnome (i forget what it may be), but that was to be installed on the same operation23:24
GiGaHuRtZand since then it hasnt been, weird23:24
GiGaHuRtZwxl: maybe you can help me23:25
GiGaHuRtZI have the HUGE list of packages, but is there some way to figure out what ones /actually/ got removed?23:25
GiGaHuRtZI mean, the list is so but kate wraps it23:25
GiGaHuRtZit kills like line length ;limit of 4096 char, lol23:26
wxluse vim? :)23:26
GiGaHuRtZit wouldnt matter, thats not the issue23:26
GiGaHuRtZthe issue is, how do I know what like 4 of these things were removede23:26
GiGaHuRtZone sec, ill paste so you can see23:26
wxlwell if they all say they were removed they probably were23:26
wxlmight be depends23:26
GiGaHuRtZpretty positive they werentr23:27
GiGaHuRtZI killed the process, etc23:27
wxli.e. your wildcard resulted in 4 removals but they had a bunch of depends each so it actually resulted in a lot more23:27
GiGaHuRtZno no23:27
GiGaHuRtZim saying I caught it, after it removed the 4th thing23:27
GiGaHuRtZjust look at my paste though one sec23:28
wxl/var/log/apt/term.log is the raw output23:28
GiGaHuRtZheh ubuntu paste garbled it worse than everything else, (vi, kate etc)23:28
GiGaHuRtZok thanks23:29
wxl/var/log/dpkg.log can be helpful too23:29
GiGaHuRtZthat shows the 4 pkgs23:29
GiGaHuRtZRemoving akonadi-facebook ...Removing kde-config-pimactivity ...Removing libpimactivity4 ...Removing korganizer ...23:30
valorieGiGaHuRtZ: how about sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop ?23:31
valoriethat should pull in everything necessary23:31
GiGaHuRtZi will try it if giving these 4 back doesnt23:31
GiGaHuRtZbut kubuntu-desktop was not removed23:31
GiGaHuRtZand its not like my system is just stock, its FAR from it23:31
GiGaHuRtZoh phew23:32
valoriethat's a meta-package23:32
valorieso no, it wouldn't have been removed23:32
GiGaHuRtZadding those 4 back got rid of those 100+ autoremovals23:32
GiGaHuRtZvalorie: i know it is23:32
GiGaHuRtZbut it gets autoremoved when you remove other things sometimes23:32
GiGaHuRtZive done it :P23:32
GiGaHuRtZnow to adjust my aliases :)23:33
wxli'm sure you have rm aliased to rm -rf, too, right? XD23:34
GiGaHuRtZno lol23:34
GiGaHuRtZI have a seperate cmd for that23:34
GiGaHuRtZand srm, sudo rm23:34
FloodBotK1GiGaHuRtZ: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.23:34
* wxl slaps FloodBotK1 23:34
GiGaHuRtZwxl: if i remember correctly, in redhat the rm command always asks for confirmation23:35
GiGaHuRtZor at least is used to back in the day23:35
wxldon't ask me. i haven't used hat-based distros in aeons23:35
GiGaHuRtZSame, but I remember that when reading the RHCE course stuff23:36
GiGaHuRtZWhich probably makes sense for a server in some settings23:36
wxloh i didn't know sysadmins made mistakes23:36
alfonsojonWell, yeah23:40
alfonsojonI can make my panel bigger23:40
alfonsojonBut to get the icon size I want, my panel will be about 50-60 pixels high.23:40
alfonsojonI just want something that's along the lines of Windows 723:40
GiGaHuRtZalfonsojon: what kubuntu version?23:41
valorieperhaps you'd rather have a full-screen type launcher?23:41
valoriehomerun is the new one, as I recall23:41
alfonsojonI have Kubuntu 13.0423:41
alfonsojonAnd I tried search and launch23:41
alfonsojonAnd homerun23:41
alfonsojonThey were alright but I prefer a traditional desktop23:41
GiGaHuRtZI know they changed something to do with the panel launchers and such and the sizing in one of the newer kde releases23:41
GiGaHuRtZnot sure if it applies23:42
alfonsojonMy goal is to make a Windows 7-like setup for users who want to switch from Windows 7 to Kubuntu easily23:42
valorienice idea, GiGaHuRtZ23:42
GiGaHuRtZim using 4.11RC or whatever you'd like to call it, but i havent played with what they are talking about in that blog post23:43
GiGaHuRtZAnyone using this by chance? https://launchpad.net/~blue-shell/+archive/samba-mounter23:46
GiGaHuRtZJust curious if its GUI based23:46
alfonsojonIs there a way to add KDE 4.11 RC2 to my Kubuntu 13.04 system?23:47
alfonsojonI used Kubuntu 13.10 alpha and it was amazing23:47
GiGaHuRtZlook into the kde ppas23:47
alfonsojonBut kdialog lagged terribly and I had to wait about 30 seconds to a minute waiting for the "Save As" dialog to open23:47
GiGaHuRtZobviously do not use the staging one, lol23:47
GiGaHuRtZI wish they changed the way apt interfaces with launchpad ppas, so for instance, if you have 10 ppas enabled, when you go to update apt-get, it just pulls from launchpad once for all those ppas, rather than sending a different request over and over and over23:50
GiGaHuRtZThat would be a neat feature imho23:51
GiGaHuRtZI have 14 pull ppas, and it results in over 40 requests23:51
alfonsojonRaring only has 4.1023:53
alfonsojonI know I can use the saucy ppa23:53
alfonsojonBut I'm just uncomfortable about mixing them.23:53
bootkilleralfonsojon, use project neon http://techbase.kde.org/Getting_Started/Using_Project_Neon_to_contribute_to_KDE23:55
alfonsojonSo it's the Plasma workspace, but as a differing fork as to not modify KDE 4.1023:55
alfonsojonKind of like Chrome Canary, right?23:55
GiGaHuRtZweird, I added that ppa for homerun just to try it, and I can see one of the pother packages in the ppa, but not homerun23:57
bootkilleralfonsojon, If I remember correctly it's separated development kde build for kubuntu and it doesn't affect your current kde install, you need to change to it in the login manager.23:58
GiGaHuRtZalfonsojon: it wont affect your stable kde install23:58
alfonsojonAlrighty then23:58
GiGaHuRtZit says so right on the page23:58
GiGaHuRtZim not getting this homerun thing though23:58
GiGaHuRtZoh, maybe thats not the actual name of the package as shown in the ppa23:59

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