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rick_Having issues with lvpnc, I can stop it with "service lvpnc stop", How can I keep it from starting at boot?01:55
rjdohnertremove it from /etc/init.d01:57
rjdohnertIf it starts with KDE disable it using the Startup and Shutdown utility in system settings01:58
rick_what is it called in the service manager? I don't see lvpnc listed02:03
rick_I gave this a try, edit  /etc/default/openvpn| changed AUTOSTART=none, I'll reboot and see if that fixes it, else /etc/init.d/lvpnc is going to the trash02:16
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jalcineI've been having issues with my power management tools not changing the monitor brightness04:52
jalcineit's fixed at 90% and won't drop below that04:52
jalcineor higher04:52
jalcineyeah, it's fixed at 91.000 according to xbacklight04:54
dragu_hi, any fix known to mysql-server problem on kubuntu 13.04 after update?05:47
dragu_hi, any fix known to mysql-server problem on kubuntu 13.04 after update?07:16
valoriedragu_: do you have a bug number?07:20
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dragu_valorie: I don't, should I and how to get one?07:22
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dragu_I would like to install mysql-server-5.1, but apt-get remove mysql-server-core-5.5 trying delete 3/4 of my kubuntu07:23
twagerError 5: dependency not met: gawk not found in path.07:25
twagerFor distribution installation package names and missing apps information, run: inxi --recommends07:25
valorieand what did inxi --recommends say?07:26
valoriedragu_: so you are trying to downgrade?07:28
dragu_valorie: yes, to working version07:28
twagervalorie: Told me inxi was not installed07:29
valorieand inxi isn't available for raring, according to ubottu07:31
dragu_valorie: http://pastebin.com/nxdPCtgL07:31
twagerCPU~Dual core AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ (-MCP-) clocked at 1000.000 Mhz Kernel~3.10.0-6-generic i686 Up~14 min Mem~324.9/4033.1MB HDD~580.1GB(-) Procs~141 Client~Quassel [M] v0.9.0 (dist-3b9dd10) inxi~1.7.3107:31
valoriehmmm, I've seen one other report of this07:32
twagervalorie: I using Saucy07:32
Tm_Tdragu_: I wonder why you would like to downgrade mysql07:32
valorieit seems worthwhile to file or at least search for a bug report07:32
valorieI mean, you have the list, so you *could* go ahead, and then re-add those packages, but that seems very risky to me07:33
dragu_valorie: because 5.5 doesn't work http://pastebin.com/VhRni08107:33
jussitwager: is that in quassel?07:34
* valorie has done something silly like that before07:34
twagerjussi: It is..07:34
jussiinxi is included in quassel. you need to install gawk07:34
jussi!info gawk07:34
ubottugawk (source: gawk): GNU awk, a pattern scanning and processing language. In component main, is optional. Version 1:4.0.1+dfsg-2ubuntu1 (raring), package size 719 kB, installed size 1864 kB07:34
twagerjussi: apt-get install inxi install it07:36
twager!seen dutchy07:40
ubottuI have no seen command07:40
NilliI'm using a Kubuntu 12.04 live USB stick now, trying to install a game into my home folder.. Dolphin says I have 2.6 GiB free (when I'm in the game's installation folder) but the game says there's not enough space. I did "cat /dev/urandom > file.txt" to see how little I had, but it kept going beyond what the game says it requires..07:45
Nillidoes anyone know if I should've installed the game in a better folder somewhere, or what else could be wrong?07:46
NilliI also did "df -h" and every line listed has enough space for this game besides "/rofs" and "/run/lock"07:50
Nillioh, I just noticed that the amount missing is growing if I just wait between tries... at first it said it needed an additional 78 MB, then I waited and on the next try it needed an additional 80 MB... this should be a good clue, but I don't know what to do with it.07:52
hateballNilli: well when you run live your disk is your RAM...07:55
hateballwell, vice versa07:56
Nillibut things I place in my home folder stay permanently on the USB stick07:56
Nilliand even so... "free -m" shows way more than this game should ever need... >_<08:01
hateballNilli: Yes, but that's because the stick has a partition for /home. *all* your RAM does not get allocated for the live-session, otherwise you could not run anything at all :)08:01
hateballprovided the stick is large enough, you could install a permanent environment on it, but it would be terribly slow08:02
Nillisince I have permanent settings and files on it, I thought that's what I have done08:03
hateballhmmm, I see you said install game to the home folder... do you mean unpacking it from the internet or using the package manager?08:04
NilliI believe it's a 16 GB stick but I failed when installing it so I only allocated 4 GB to it... is there a way for me to install a new Kubuntu on it from the stick itself? I don't have access to this computer's software so I can only use the hardware thanks to the stick08:04
NilliI downloaded an install.sh from the game's website, it installed its own "launcher", and when I run the launcher I believe it attempts to download patch files. it's an mmo.08:05
NilliI told it to install itself in ~/Games/08:06
hateballalright, then it should work I think. And no you cant install on top of your running session. If you had another stick however...08:07
Nilliah.. so if I boot from something else, mount this as a storage device and then install on it, it could work.. but wouldn't another stick run into the same memory issue?08:09
Nilligonna try reboot and see if that frees up enough MB just to get past this threshold.. might be back later08:19
Nillithanks for your time hateball08:20
hateballoh s/he left08:23
RaymondTracerI need a hand09:02
RaymondTracerI cant seem to launch anything from Terminal09:03
RaymondTracerAlways get an error along the lines of "unable to open display ":0""09:03
RaymondTracerIts fustrating because I cant launch Gparted and I usually use that to see what drive is what09:07
twagerCPU~Dual core AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ (-MCP-) clocked at 1000.000 Mhz Kernel~3.10.0-6-generic i686 Up~13 min Mem~599.9/4033.1MB HDD~580.1GB(0.6% used) Procs~145 Client~Quassel [M] v0.9.0 (dist-3b9dd10) inxi~1.7.3109:08
RaymondTracerNevermind, Discovered UXTerminal can still launch programs09:14
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OttovonBismarckMy time is borked, all timezones display as UTC09:41
OttovonBismarckCurrent default time zone: 'Australia/Sydney'09:42
OttovonBismarckLocal time is now:      Mon Aug 12 09:41:57 UTC 2013.09:42
OttovonBismarckUniversal Time is now:  Mon Aug 12 09:41:57 UTC 2013.09:42
OttovonBismarckthis is the output from reconfiguring tzdata09:42
OttovonBismarcksudo ntpdate -q pool.ntp.orgserver, stratum 3, offset 0.011155, delay 0.0520509:44
OttovonBismarckserver, stratum 3, offset 0.004126, delay 0.0346809:44
OttovonBismarckserver, stratum 2, offset 0.015012, delay 0.0345609:44
OttovonBismarckserver, stratum 3, offset 0.003781, delay 0.0622409:44
OttovonBismarck12 Aug 09:43:46 ntpdate[3097]: adjust time server offset 0.015012 sec09:44
FloodBotK1OttovonBismarck: Please don't flood; use http://paste.ubuntu.com to paste; don't use Enter as punctuation.09:44
OttovonBismarckthat's hardly a flood09:44
OttovonBismarckntp works fine but KDE seems to insist everything is UTC09:44
OttovonBismarcki can change my timezone to anywhere and the time displays as UTC09:45
RaymondTracerI hate how Steam has trading cards now09:48
RaymondTracerBeen playing games on Windows for ages now09:49
RaymondTracerIts nice to come back to Linux09:49
OttovonBismarckforce reinstalling tzdata seems to have fixed it10:02
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topoihello, can anyone help me with a Kmail problem?16:42
topoiAm I in the wrong place or something? No one chatting...16:45
PiciNo one else is having any issues. Kubuntu is perfect ;)16:46
topoiPici, nice try ;)16:46
Shaan7ah perfeKt you mean? :P16:46
topoiWell, Kubuntu is the closest to that I've experienced so far... but still annoying as hell when basic things stop working!16:47
topoi<3 Kubuntu; H8 Kmail16:49
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geniiHello darki201017:24
ss_hazeanybody knows why this happens lately17:35
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geniiss_haze: Try putting a space between "transform" and "-i"17:37
ss_haze[filter_transform.so] critical: cannot open input file test.mp4.trf!17:39
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geniiss_haze: Did you also put a space between "xvid" and "-o" ?17:46
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ss_haze[filter_transform.so] critical: cannot open input file test.mp4.trf!17:47
ss_hazeI could use these commands from terminal in past17:48
ss_hazegenii somehow I managed to do it18:12
topoidoes anyone know how i can get Kmail to _actually_ remember my IMAP password?18:20
topoiit won't behave18:20
topoiany Pure Data users on here also?18:31
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ronnocHi all. Quick ? - Do the Phased Updates that Canonical is rolling out affect all flavors? (I'm assuming yes) http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2013/08/phased-updates-to-start-rolling-out-for-ubuntu-13-0421:25
PibbleYay commandline... D:22:41
Basstard`Where do I set to show updates for either the next LTS, the next STS, or nothing at all in 12.04?23:13
geniiBasstard`: /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades23:14
Basstard`genii: Ah, hm, update-manager-core & -kde wasn't installed. Are they installed by default in 12.04?23:24
* Pibble pokes muon update manager23:28
geniiBasstard`: I don't know if they are part of the base install or not, sorry.23:29
Pibblewooo 10kb worth of updates23:29
Basstard`Ah, seems Muon is the default for Kubuntu 12.04 which pulls update-manager-kde & -core whereas Apper does not.23:34
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