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xubuntu948Good night01:25
xubuntu948sorry someone speaks Spanish?01:25
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jack_the_strippeHi. I'm a bit desperate: Can someone tell me what's the command to open the whisker menu? I need it in order to configure shortcuts (i.e. Meta key to open it).13:32
jack_the_strippeNevermind, just found out. It's "xfce4-popup-whiskermenu"13:34
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DriedOrangePlanning to buy a new ultrabook with 24gb ssd cache. Dual-boot Xubuntu and Windows. Will both OS'es be able to use the ssd cache automatically?15:51
Sysiintel smart cache orwhatsit only works on windows15:52
DriedOrangeSysi, so Xubuntu won't be able to take advantage of the ssd cache?15:58
SysiDriedOrange: nope, you could install xubuntu on ssd but then it wouldn't work as cache for windows AFAIK15:59
DriedOrangeSysi, Alright, thanks.16:00
Sysijust never close anything if you have enough RAM :P16:01
DriedOrangeSysi, I will probably choose a different Ultrabook instead.16:03
Sysithat works too16:03
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ner0xIs there a way to use Alt+Shift+KEY for shortcuts? It doesn't seem to allow me to do it.16:15
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* nerxubuntu487 waves17:16
* nerxubuntu487 says : Hi17:16
* nerxubuntu487 wonders if anyone is asleep.17:17
PiciNo one has any problems :)17:17
* nerxubuntu487 is waiting for the installation to finish configuring the bcmwl-kernel17:19
* nerxubuntu487 lookst at his watch and notices that it has been doing that for 10 minutes.17:19
GridCubenerxubuntu487: talks about himself in third person17:21
* nerxubuntu487 is being tired17:21
nerxubuntu487Hi GridCube17:21
GridCube!hi | nerxubuntu48717:22
ubottunerxubuntu487: Hi!, Welcome to #xubuntu! Feel free to ask questions and help people out. The channel guidelines are at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines. Enjoy your stay!17:22
basiclasernative traktor on ubuntu/xubuntu/debian?17:27
elfybasiclaser: traktor is a windows application17:36
SysiI think on mac too, but no linux afaik17:36
elfyprobably is sysi - never looked for it there - bronze in wine appdb so I'd not hold out much help17:37
Sysi(of this wasn't offtopic)17:39
nerxubuntu487How long does it take to configure the kernel-source?18:39
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xubuntu240hello there19:23
xubuntu240I just installed xubuntu and heve some probs whot wireless19:24
xubuntu240now connected on wired conn19:24
xubuntu240when disconecting wire i cant see any psossible connectons19:25
Unit193What wireless card do you have?19:25
xubuntu240my pc heve wifi antenna19:25
xubuntu240i dont know19:25
xubuntu240: ]19:25
xubuntu240i just today get used laptop19:25
xubuntu240how to check what card i heve  ?19:26
Unit193If it's a PCI card, lspci19:26
xubuntu240p.s sorry for bad english19:26
Unit193Sure, you're doing well enough for me to understand, and that's what counts.19:27
xubuntu240i not relly good on computers19:30
xubuntu240but i try to find out what wireless card i heve19:30
xubuntu240Network Card Ethernet 10/100BT integrated Wireless Connectivity 802.11 b/g WLAN19:33
xubuntu240this is what u wnat to know  ?19:33
xubuntu240are u here19:37
Unit193xubuntu240: Howdy, kind of need to know the chipset.  You can also open software sources, and jump to the "Additional Drivers" tab.19:37
geniiI guess now we'll never know.19:44
Unit193I had gone off to read news. :(19:44
xubuntu701its saying for me that No propietary drivers is in use19:54
xubuntu701unit193 or i lookd in wrong place  ?19:55
Unit193Yeah, that's not helpful to you.  Can you open a terminal and type   lspci   ?19:55
Unit193lspci | pastebinit  will output a url.19:55
Unit193...And additional drivers didn't find it?  What a crappy thing it's become.19:57
ubottuHelp with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx19:57
Unit193BCM4311 is what you have, which is Broadcom.19:58
* genii tries to refrain from retching19:58
xubuntu701thanx a lot19:59
xubuntu701: ]19:59
xubuntu701so i heve crappy wireless card  ?20:00
geniixubuntu701: Frankly, yes.20:00
Unit193BCM isn't so bad really, and jockey used to pick it up too.20:01
xubuntu701But i cen replace that card to better once or its not possible  ?20:01
xubuntu701eh still here is old hp g5000 laptop and i just heve get used to it  : ]20:02
_DeLa_hi there21:10
_DeLa_i am using xubuntu 12.04 and libreoffice. right now, i am using the latest libreoffice ppa for 4.x version but i found them too buggy. Can I just deactivate this ppa, install the ppa for the more stable 3.6 libreoffice version, update the system and have it working? is this way of changing ppa okay?21:12
ubottuTo disable a PPA from your sources and revert your packages back to default Ubuntu packages, install ppa-purge and use the command: « sudo ppa-purge ppa:<repository-name>/<subdirectory> » – For more information, see http://www.webupd8.org/2009/12/remove-ppa-repositories-via-command.html21:12
_DeLa_unit193: so first purge, and then install the new ppa?21:13
Unit193That's the best way.21:14
_DeLa_Unit193: thanks...hmm...errm...well, is this ppa-purge command safe? can it cause problems?21:17
_DeLa_well... nothing is really "safe" anyway...21:20
_DeLa_at least not 100%21:20
Unit193I've used it, it takes a diff and reverts packages to the version in the repo.21:21
_DeLa_it takes a diff? - sorry what does that mean?21:23
_DeLa_Unit193: it takes a diff? - sorry what does that mean?21:28
Unit193Basically, takes a look at the sources.21:29
_DeLa_ok. thanks21:33
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Djmann1013What are the system requirements to run Xubuntu, and is it exactly like Ubuntu?22:20
Unit193Not exactly like Ubuntu, that'd kind of make it Ubuntu....  Generally, 512M of ram, what is your system?22:21
Djmann1013My system I plan on installing it on to is: 896MB og RAM, AMD Anthlon 64 processor, and the graphics card is unknown22:23
holsteinDjmann1013: try it live... should be fine22:24
Djmann1013holstein Will the regular Ubuntu work as well?22:25
holsteinDjmann1013: try it live.. should be fine, though, i would expect arguably "better" results with XFCE since it doesnt require 3d22:26
nathanesau1so i accidentally replaced windows 7 with ubuntu rather than running it alongside22:35
nathanesau1i currently have 4 partitions on my harddrive22:35
holsteinnathanesau1: you can shrink the partition, and install windows beside22:35
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/Grub222:35
nathanesau1i did that holstein22:36
holsteinmoondoggie: ^^ there will be instructions for recovering grub after installing windows22:36
nathanesau1i shrunk the partition22:36
nathanesau1i will tell you what my partitons are:22:36
holsteinnathanesau1: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows specifically22:36
nathanesau11  for linux swap, 1 ntfs for windows, 1 ext4 for linux, 1 fat3222:37
nathanesau1no you dont understand, i have ubuntu installed and i want to install windows22:37
nathanesau1not the other way around22:37
holsteinnathanesau1: those instructions are for, after you have installed ubuntu, *then* installed windows, and windwos has removed grub..22:38
nathanesau1i havent installed windows yet though22:38
nathanesau1thats what im trying to do...22:38
holsteinnathanesau1: aftert you do, windows *will* blow out grub. you can then refer to the link i gave22:38
nathanesau1no, i was wondering HOW to install windows after installing ubuntu22:39
holsteinassuming you dont have a system restore disc that will not allow that22:39
nathanesau1its proving rather difficult22:39
nathanesau1i have windows 7 on a winusb boot stick22:39
holsteinnathanesau1: i have no idea.. depends on what disc you have, and what microsoft allows you to do with it22:39
nathanesau1which i put the iso on22:39
nathanesau1but then do you  need to modify the bios settings???22:39
holsteinnathanesau1: if its a system restore disc, then it will blow out the entire drive22:39
holsteinnathanesau1: the bios settings will be what they ned to be to boot whatever needs to be booted22:40
holsteinlikely a CD22:40
nathanesau1no but the problem is, the system restore disc wont execute22:40
holsteinnathanesau1: maybe its bad22:40
nathanesau1i dont think so22:40
holsteinnathanesau1: have you *ever* seen it boot? if not, then it could be bad22:40
nathanesau1um... is there any way i can completely wipe my pc; i.e. remove everything, all OS, and then install windows22:41
nathanesau1because i cant uninstall ubuntu while in ubuntu22:41
holsteinnathanesau1: there is not need to uninstall ubuntu22:41
holsteinnathanesau1: you load up whatever disc you have, and do what it can do.. the windows disc wont have a lot of options22:41
holsteinnathanesau1: you can either wipe out the whole drive and start over, or install windows beside ubuntu, and recover grub from the link i gave22:42
nathanesau1i kind of want to just wipe out the whole drive22:42
nathanesau1i was wondering if you know how to do that22:42
holsteinnathanesau1: do what you want, with what is allowed by whatever disc you have22:43
nathanesau1then i would install : windows, folllowed by ubuntu using the desktop installer22:43
holsteinnathanesau1: the ubuntu installer will allow that22:43
GolfgeoHi all23:42
Golfgeogot a question: Is there an install log on a xubuntu installed machine? Want to duplicate all the options of a surtain machine for another machine...23:43
xubuntu018how do i change my name23:58
Unit193/nick newnickhere23:59
Golfgeowhith /nick somethinghere23:59
GolfgeoI think atleast23:59
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