keyhaafWhere's the best place to report a hardware function-key issue?00:22
maitakewell Xubuntu, elementary no more01:45
maitakeelementary os turned out extremely underwhelming01:45
maitakeback to XFCE it is...01:45
xubuntu591How do I access the Advanced Ubuntu options upon start up?03:01
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_ingsocDoes anyone know if the xubuntu-theme for Wordpress is available somewhere?05:39
_ingsocI can see there's http://xubuntu.org/wp-content/themes/xubuntu-theme/xubuntu-wp/ but it's inaccessible (for good reason).05:40
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xubuntu658Hi. Just installed Xubuntu. So far so good =)12:15
Stek_Turkuhi all12:57
Stek_Turkujnlp and iced-tea.... i have a problem... my jnlp files didn't work12:59
Stek_Turkudoes anyone know how to resolve this problem?12:59
bekksStek_Turku: Define "dont work" please. Do they refuse to work, sit around and drink beer all day?13:13
Stek_Turkucan i put directly the output here?13:14
Stek_Turkufrom my shell?13:14
bekksNo, use a pastebin.13:14
Stek_Turku@bekks: http://pastebin.com/TA1MRaWC13:19
Stek_Turkubekks: http://pastebin.com/TA1MRaWC13:19
Stek_Turkuin the past i have no problem with my jnlp files13:20
bekks"Cannot connect to SOCKS proxy". The error is quite obvious, isnt it?13:20
Stek_Turkuit was only a problem of internet connection?13:21
Stek_Turkubekks: first of all thank you for your answers and sorry but i am a beginner... for me jar files and jnlp files are program that i launch by javaws and java -jar commands13:23
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phoenix__i installed xubuntu on my dell laptop14:33
phoenix__then i added a new user > account type administrator14:34
phoenix__then i deleted the previous account which i had created at the time of installation14:35
phoenix__now i am unable to perform any administrator task with the latter account14:35
phoenix__even though in the users settings it is being shown as administrator14:36
pmjdebru1jn"define administrator task"14:36
pmjdebru1jndoes sudo -s on a Terminal work14:36
phoenix__when i try to run a command with sudo it says you are not in sudoers list14:36
pmjdebru1jnoh ouch14:36
pmjdebru1jnwhat does `groups` say14:37
pmjdebru1jngetent group | grep sudo14:38
phoenix__pmjdebru1jn, i am unable to unlock users settings14:38
bekkspmjdebru1jn: Useless use of grep. Use: getent group sudo14:39
pmjdebru1jnbekks: who cares :)14:39
phoenix__sudo x:2714:39
bekksThe user.14:39
phoenix__sudo x:27:14:40
pmjdebru1jnah, well that your problem14:40
bekksNo, it isnt.14:40
bekksThe non-existing entry for the user in the /etc/sudoers file is.14:40
bekksYou dont need to be a member of the sudo group to use sudo.14:41
pmjdebru1jnthat's the standard mechanism AFAIK14:41
bekksThe standard mechanism is an entry in the /etc/sudoers file.14:41
phoenix__there is no /etc/sudoers file on my system14:42
bekksphoenix__: Then you dont have sudo installed.14:42
phoenix__bekks, ok there is sorry14:42
pmjdebru1jnbekks: at least standard Ubuntu tools add the admin users into the sudo group, instead of making a sudoers entry... which totally makes sense, as it's very easy to add/remove people from the sudo group14:42
bekkspmjdebru1jn: Then take a close look at the /etc/sudoers file, and you will see an entry for the sudo group.14:43
pmjdebru1jnbekks: yes of course14:43
pmjdebru1jnI meant the standard mechanism for Ubuntu (not per-se sudo upstream)14:44
bekksAnd that entry is just used to faciliate the usage even more - and its basically not necessary to be a member of the sudo group to use sudo.14:44
pmjdebru1jnwe are in #xubuntu after all....14:44
pmjdebru1jnbekks: of course14:44
phoenix__what should i do?14:45
bekksphoenix__: either add your user to the sudo group and log out and login back in completely, or add an entry to the /etc/sudoers file allowing your user to use sudo.14:45
phoenix__bekks, but that i suppose would require root priveleges14:52
bekksAnd the user that was created during the installation should have sudo privileges. If it doesnt, you need to use a live CD, boot it, fix it, and continue.14:53
phoenix__bekks, the user that was created during install was deleted14:55
bekksThen you need to follow the instructions given above.14:56
phoenix__bekks, how to fix14:56
bekksphoenix__: either add your user to the sudo group and log out and login back in completely, or add an entry to the /etc/sudoers file allowing your user to use sudo.14:57
pmjdebru1jnphoenix__: if you don't know how to rescue a system using a live cd... a reinstall might be better suited14:58
pmjdebru1jnhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCdRecovery#Add_User_to_a_Group this might help14:59
bekksReinstallation isnt needed at all.15:00
pmjdebru1jnof course it's not, but not everybody has the skill to do a recovery :)15:01
pmjdebru1jnphoenix__: that page I posted has some guidelines on how to do a recovery15:02
phoenix__pmjdebru1jn, bekks thanks a lot, i though i would have to reinstall15:04
ManiacTwisterHello, can someone help me with this problem please: http://askubuntu.com/questions/308172/fglrx-doesnt-find-libc615:07
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viertelwhen logging in the 'chooser' always appears despite changing the manager settings... how can I stop this?18:52
nl287suspend working very well but strange hibernate is disabled19:30
nl287Sysi: thx19:32
nl287but if suspend is in logout menu why hibernate is not?19:32
bullgard4nl287: https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/ubuntu-help/power-hibernate.html: "Unfortunately, hibernate doesn't work in many cases with Ubuntu, which can cause you to lose data if you expect your documents and applications to re-open when you switch your computer back on. "20:43
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peyamI wana try Cinnamon21:07
peyamis it worth it?21:07
brainwashpeyam: wrong channel, try #xubuntu-offtopic21:11
peyamDoes xubuntu work with Cinnamonm?21:12
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albertmorfealgun cliente de twitter que fucione bien22:22
well_laid_lawnpt or es ?22:22
ubottuEn la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #xubuntu-es; escriba "/join #xubuntu-es" (sin comillas) y presione intro. Si nadie responde, puedes intentar preguntando en #ubuntu-es.22:22
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MaggieHow do I get the Advanced Xubuntu options to appear so I may change the version when starting up?22:29
MrHotsauceMaggie: hold shift while booting23:04
Maggiethank you MrHotsauce! I upgraded to Ringtail, had problems with flash23:07
MrHotsaucethat only lets you select kernal version i believe23:08
MrHotsauceunless you have a dual boot setup going you can only change kernal i think23:08
Maggiewill try it and come back to let you know23:09
MaggieMrHotsauce, i held down shift upon boot and didn't get the window to change the version.  I tried F12 and it didn't work either23:16
MaggieMrHotsauce:  I tried it again and it worked!  Thank you so much!23:58
MrHotsaucesorry i was the phone with family i didnt see you reply23:59

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