=== SonikkuAmerica is now known as BugUnit82738
punkmexici ive just installed lubuntu03:33
punkmexicbut i dont know where it was installed03:33
punkmexici have a 400 gb hd partition (windows there)03:34
punkmexicand i chose to coexist with windows03:34
punkmexicbut i wanted to install on my remaining 100 gb partition lubuntu03:34
punkmexici m afraid it was installed inside the 400 gb partition of windows03:34
punkmexicor where?03:34
holsteinpunkmexic: dont live in fear.. use a live cd and look03:37
holsteinhave your data backed up *before* doing anything else03:37
holsteinplan for failure, since all hard drives fail.. and confirm the installation, or reinstall03:37
n-iCeDon't know why lubuntu has been going into a kernel panic crysis or something03:43
n-iCeis there a way to know what's going on?03:43
n-iCeclock and mouse stops, so I imagine is a kernel panic03:43
holsteinn-iCe: i would just elaborate..03:43
holsteinn-iCe: you can try an older kernel.. if you have one in grub03:43
n-iCeI have not changed it I guess03:44
n-iCeis there any log or something we can review?03:44
holsteinn-iCe: confirm that there is a kernel or not..03:44
holsteinn-iCe: the kernel log.. unless its locked up and panic'd, and not logging03:44
n-iCethere is not03:44
holsteinn-iCe: there is not what?03:44
n-iCeother kernel03:44
holsteinn-iCe: its a good idea to keep a known good one around03:45
holsteinn-iCe: if you are asking.. if you are having a kernel issue, try another one03:46
holsteini usually test hardware at that oint.. memory, hard drive.. then i try a live CD to rule out the operating system03:46
n-iCeWell, I have not upgraded I guess03:46
n-iCehow to check if I have more than one?03:46
n-iCeagain :<03:52
holsteinn-iCe: try upgrading then04:03
holsteinsudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade04:03
holsteindo it from tty04:03
ubottuTo get to the TTY terminals 1-6, use the keystroke ctrl + alt + F1-F6 respectively (Alt+F7 will get you back to your graphical login).  To change the resolution for your TTY, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ChangeTTYResolution04:03
ibere_SPhi, i'm trying to report a bug on lubuntu 13.10 using: ubuntu-bug pcmanfm and i'm getting an error message that says it's not an official ubuntu package. any ideas what i'm missing?04:05
ibere_SPnevermind, i've just managed to use apport-cli -w instead.04:08
ubottuUbuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) will be the 19th release of Ubuntu. Announcement: http://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/1252 - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+104:08
ibere_SPholstein, yes... i'm testing 13.10 alpha 2.04:09
holsteinibere_SP: /join #ubuntu+104:09
ibere_SPholstein, thank you.04:09
holsteinibere_SP: np ..thanks for testing!04:09
Unit193ibere_SP: Also   apt-cache policy pcmanfm   and make sure it's from the repos.04:12
ibere_SPUnit193, yes, it's a fresh install with nothing new downloaded/installed.04:13
ibere_SPUnit193, just in case you're curious, it's bug #1208681. thank you guys.04:18
ubottubug 1208681 in pcmanfm (Ubuntu) "PCManFM bookmarks are not being respected by other applications due to GTK 3.0" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120868104:18
Unit193He replied to the message.04:19
punkmexicwhy is a big problem to install a volume icon in lubuntu??05:11
punkmexici have several minutes trying to add it05:11
punkmexici feel like i need to install 80 mb to do it05:11
punkmexici want a volume button05:24
punkmexiccan someone help me05:24
holsteinpunkmexic: i use alsamixer05:42
holsteinyou might need to install 80mb's05:42
punkmexicholstein,  please help me05:43
punkmexici want a volume icon button in taskbar just like in all oses.05:43
holsteinhttp://wiki.lxde.org/en/General_Information mentions "volume"05:43
holsteinpunkmexic: this is not "like all os's".. its light05:43
punkmexicyes but volume is essential05:44
punkmexicthat wiki only says Volume control via ALSA. In LXPanel there is another volume control plugin called "volume" using OSS interface. It's not Linux-only.05:44
punkmexicbut that thing is not working05:44
holsteinpunkmexic: in what  way?05:45
holsteinpunkmexic: i control the volume from alsamixer, or the function keys05:45
punkmexici hit add volume icon to lxde panel or taskbar and nothing happens05:45
punkmexici want to control with mouse05:45
punkmexichitting an icon05:45
punkmexicwithout opening a big program05:45
holsteinpunkmexic: to add fuctionality, you'll need to add packages which will take up space and resources.. if thats a problem is up to you05:46
punkmexicwich packet05:47
punkmexici need to add05:47
punkmexicor install05:47
holsteinhttp://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1920029 looks like a good idea05:47
holsteinas i said, i use alsamixer, which is installed.. i use the mouse to open a terminal, and start it05:47
punkmexici hit alsamixer and i dont see more volume05:48
holsteinpunkmexic: i dont understand "i hit alsamixer and i dont see more volume"05:48
punkmexici enter alsamixer in terminal then i press arrows and dont go up or down the volume05:49
* punkmexic installing alsamixergui 05:49
Gilligan94Hi, anyone know what lubuntu's plans are with regards to mir or wayland?06:21
holsteinGilligan94: http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2013/06/lubuntu-kubuntu-decide-against-mir-switch06:23
Gilligan94holstein: hello again :P thanks06:23
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Waka_Flockahow do i update lubuntu to the 13.10 alpha?16:22
Waka_Flockaanyone here?16:29
csc`Hi, I have a Logitech USB headset which I'm using just fine with most applications, but the LXPanel volume applet still adjusts to my laptop speakers. Is there any way to set the default sound device in LXDE?23:13
csc`Running lubuntu 13.0423:13
ianorlinyou can open alsamixer by rightclicking on the control23:14
csc`yes, but it's tedious having to use alsamixer every time to adjust the volume23:15
ianorlinI am not sure how to change the defualt23:15
csc`I have the default set in .asoundrc but LXDE does not honor it23:16
csc`Only applications23:16

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