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pietro10heading home, bbl01:02
psyentologistanyone have problems with accidently brushing their thumbs / palms against  the touchpad and making the cursor fly to an undesirable spot of the screen01:04
psyentologisti dont see a palm check option like in windows either01:05
not_foundI typically set it so touching the pad does not count as a click... makes it annoying to have to use the physical buttons :/01:05
psyentologistthat seems like it might help i01:06
psyentologisti never thought of that01:06
psyentologisti dont have excellent dexterity and grace in my thumbs to do the tap for click like that anyway i need the deliberate pushing of the buttons01:07
not_foundthen it should work fine for you :)01:15
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psyentologistWHY do these phishers go after people in the craigslist personals so BAD!01:44
kubuntu_noobHi anyone willing to trouble shoot my wireless issues?05:21
kubuntu_noobping . . .05:23
pnunnJust ask.05:23
kubuntu_noobuh ok05:23
kubuntu_nooblspci | grep Wireless returns " 02:00.0 Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8191SEvA Wireless LAN Controller (rev 10) "05:24
kubuntu_noobI keep having spotty wireless05:24
kubuntu_noobwhere it constantly disconnects05:24
kubuntu_noobI have tried modprobe rtl8192se swenc:105:25
kubuntu_noobI have tried upgrade my kernel to 3.1305:25
pnunnAre you using network manager?05:25
kubuntu_noobhow could I tell?05:26
pnunnHow are you setting up the wirless?05:26
kubuntu_noobI selected the wireless icon in the default panel05:26
kubuntu_nooband connected to it05:26
pnunnVersion of Kubuntu?05:26
pnunnOK. So.. you can see the wirless in the list of available, have configured it, and connected successfully?05:27
kubuntu_noobbut it will randomly disconnect05:27
kubuntu_noobsometimes after an hour05:27
kubuntu_noobsometimes after couple minutes05:28
pnunnNormal access point?05:28
kubuntu_noobworks fine for all the windows boxes05:28
kubuntu_noobworked fine when this laptop ran windows05:28
pnunnThe only time I've had problems like this is because the areal was dodgy in the lappy, but it had problems with other O/S's as well.. what's the signal strength?05:29
kubuntu_noobhow can I check?05:30
pnunnIn a console, type iwlist scanning05:31
kubuntu_noobwlan0     IEEE 802.11bgn  ESSID:"dasfgf"             Mode:Managed  Frequency:2.412 GHz  Access Point: 08:86:3B:A0:6A:B6              Bit Rate=150 Mb/s   Tx-Power=20 dBm              Retry  long limit:7   RTS thr=2347 B   Fragment thr:off           Power Management:off           Link Quality=60/70  Signal level=-50 dBm             Rx invalid nwid:0  Rx invalid crypt:0  Rx invalid frag:0           Tx excessive retries:0  Invalid05:31
pnunnLooks OK, sure the access point isn't flaky?05:31
kubuntu_noobQuality=60/70  Signal level=-50 dBm05:32
kubuntu_noobrather confident05:32
pnunnOK, not sure where to go from here sorry... Anyone?? You could try askubuntu.com or www.kubuntuforums.com05:33
kubuntu_noobkk thanks05:33
sledge_hey all i was wondering if theres a way i can prevent linux from constantly asking for my password.. its so annoying05:39
sledge_and also i am trying to figure out why i try to download unetbootin from sourceforge, and its a .BIN FILE.. and linux will not recognize it to install??05:40
sledge_theres an outdated version on apt-get install..05:40
dolomitesledge_ is the usb creator software not adequate for what you need?05:41
dolomitealso if you're referring to the su password you're required to enter when installing packages etc. you cannot turn that off05:41
sledge_dolomite,  i am trying to create a windows usb , and a web site told me to use that05:41
dolomitenor should you want to05:41
sledge_its just annoying05:41
dolomiteit's a vital security feature :)05:42
dolomiteso you have a windows .iso?05:42
sledge_i know but actually i just found out a nice trick05:42
sledge_if you put it on the clipboard... its easier to just hit shift ins05:42
sledge_yeah i have the isol05:42
dolomiteyah you can do that if you don't care about security :P05:43
dolomitejust use the startup disk creator in kde05:43
sledge_will do05:43
sledge_but.. do you know why i cannot use the .bin file from sourceforge?05:44
sledge_i can remember before, it would install just fine05:44
sledge_so what changed?05:44
dolomiteif you really want to install a .bin05:44
sledge_i was using linux mint05:44
sledge_it would run right from download05:44
dolomitechmod a+x file.bin05:44
dolomitesudo ./file.bin05:44
sledge_ahh. ok05:44
dolomiteit needs permissions05:45
sledge_well if you think the creator will work il just use that05:45
dolomiteit should work universally05:45
dolomiteif it doesn't for whatever reason you can install unetbootin from .bin05:45
dolomitebut it's almost always recommended that you install whatever is in the repos05:45
dolomite(not that I always follow that rule!)\05:46
dolomiteactually sledge_ I've noticed that it's in a PPA now for ubuntu users05:46
sledge_i run into problems changing my repos list05:47
sledge_or adding PPA05:47
dolomitesudo add-apt-repository?05:47
sledge_is that all?05:47
dolomitesudo add-apt-repository ppa:gezakovacs/ppa05:48
dolomitenow removing it is a different story05:48
sledge_ok well ill try that later05:49
sledge_one other issue im having is, i keep getting a popup notification that theres a security update available, but when i run the MUon software05:49
sledge_it doesnt show, up05:49
sledge_and linux keeps remeinding me05:50
dolomiteif you establish a regimen of updating packages manually every now and then, you can turn off those notifications in muon05:51
dolomitesettings>configure muon package manager>notifications05:51
dolomiteto update in konsole, type sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade05:51
dolomiteit just depends on how you want to do things. I'm still wary of muon and I try to keep to the CLI to install stuff05:52
dolomitebut I understand if you're newer, you might want to stay with graphical interface05:52
sledge_that explains it05:53
sledge_i was missing the dist-upgrade part05:53
sledge_i would have typed sudo apt-get install update05:54
sledge_i had it confused somehow, but that worked thank you05:54
dolomiteyes, apt-get update pulls the data from the repos and determines what needs to be upgraded on your machine05:54
dolomitethe wording is a little confusing05:54
sledge_so basically i dont ahve 1 security update?06:00
sledge_muon is lying?06:00
dolomiteapt in konsole says  you don't have any updates?06:00
dolomiteone more program to check is the muon update manager06:02
dolomitenot sure why you're getting notifications if you don't have updates06:02
sledge_yeah me neither06:14
sledge_have to see if its still there after a reboot06:14
sledge_you know what dolomite  i think i ll just create an update icon06:15
dolomiteyeah good idea06:16
dolomiteyou can also alias it in bash or schedule it in cron06:16
sledge_now its stopping at 53%06:21
dolomiteupdate? or upgrade?06:21
sledge_the startup usb disk creator didnt work06:23
sledge_whenever i try to add the ISO .. it doesnt show up in the little window06:26
sledge_trying unetbootinagain06:28
sledge_dolomite,  ok.. it was just extracting a huge file.. im not very patient tonight i guess06:41
valorieisos are rather large06:45
hateballdepending on their size ;p06:47
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David1977Good morning08:08
trungI got "unmet dependencies" problem when trying to apt-get the ubuntu-sdk package08:29
trung ubuntu-sdk : Depends: qtcreator-plugin-ubuntu but it is not going to be installed08:29
KubuntixHi all! Does anyone know if KDE 4.12.1 will come for Kubuntu 12.04 on backports??08:34
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valorietrung: you might ask in #ubuntu08:37
valoriethese aren't kubuntu packages08:37
trungvalorie: got it08:37
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lordievaderGood morning.09:57
qdatagood morning all10:05
lordievaderHey qdata, how are you?10:08
qdatasleepy, needs the coffees   :-)10:09
qdatahow you doin over there across the pond?10:10
lordievaderqdata: I'm doing good. :)10:13
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BluesKaj'Morning folks11:12
sympto_how do i get osx's "mission control" in kwin with a synaptics pad? or: how do i bind multitouch input to kwin actions?11:24
sympto_also should i use gpointing over synaptiks (for it isnt maintained)?11:28
douglBluesKaj, you around?13:03
BluesKajdougl, yup13:09
douglMorninh BluesKaj - do you have time to help me out a b it... long story short have a working 14.04 on sda and 13.10 on sdb that seems to hang after the plymouth splash and I dont know where to start?13:11
douglBluesKaj, dont let me hold you up tho13:11
BluesKajdougl, which graphics again?13:13
BluesKajquite frankly I had a lot more probs with 13.10 than I do with 14.0413:15
douglnvidia 680 if I recall13:16
douglI like 14.04... cant wait for the lts... but still need the 13.10 until april13:17
dougland yes 13.04 and 13.10 installs were shaky but after a bit of tweaking worked ok but 14.04 practically installed itself from cd... 13 series I needed to make an installation usb13:19
BluesKajdougl, try the virtual console/tty , ctrl+alt+F1 to F6 , login update and upgrade, then startx, after booting 13.1013:20
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douglBluesKaj, thanks for the pointer... I will look for you later and let you know - on my way to 13.10... how do I keep from starting x when I boot 13.10?13:23
douglctrl+alt+backspace work still?13:23
dougielBluesKaj, here too13:26
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BluesKajdougi ,it will if you set it up in system settings>input devices>keyboard>advanced>choose "key sequence to kill xserver"13:32
BluesKajerr dougl^13:33
dougielBluesKaj, I hav e tried toboot tio root with no network to 13.10 and now I am stuck at the plymouth splash animation and do not know how to proceed ther is not terminals at f1 thru f613:37
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dougielis there a log somewhere?13:39
BluesKajdougiel, did you try the recovery kernel, then i the dialog, choose networking then, repair broken packages, then resume boot13:40
dougielI cannot get networking it hangs when I choose tht option from the recovery options in advanced boot options - I cannot get networking13:42
BluesKajdougiel, then try nomodeset in the grub menu for 13.10 kernel13:48
ubottuA common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter13:48
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dougielBluesKaj, I cannot figer out how to nomodeset?13:55
BluesKajdougiel, highlight the 13.10 kernel, then hit the 'e' key, in the line that has quiet splash , add nomodeset after splash , but within the quotes13:57
dougielBluesKaj, it was /is already there13:59
BluesKajok, then remove it14:00
dougielBluesKaj,  ok removd f10'd and still hanging after plymouth animation14:02
dougielBluesKaj, isn't there a log file we could look at and see where it is hanging?14:05
BluesKajyou'll need to be able get the TTY/virtual console to read the /var/log/syslog file14:07
dougielBluesKaj, I have 14.04 on same machine diff drive14:08
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rbergin addition to nomodeset I find that gftmode=text is sometimes needed for finicky nvidia hardware14:09
rbergsry gfxmode=text14:10
BluesKajyeah i have the same setup, but I was able to get into the tty/shell to fix my problem with 13.10 hang14:10
BluesKajaltho my nvidia card isn't fancy like dougiel's, it's an entry level 8400gs14:12
douglLOL came with the notebook... I usually like to keep my linux boxes dated but needed a new laptop and you can't get a decent old one  ya know BluesKaj  - syslog = http://pastebin.com/KHyAGAYt14:16
douglI don't see any thing from today BluesKaj  is there another log I should look at?14:17
BluesKajdougl, yeah this laptop worked right from the getgo afterr install 14.04, intel graphics tho14:17
BluesKajyou won't see the syslog fpr 13.10 on 14.04 var/log14:18
douglI am thinking about a smaller notebook with intel... no I moumnted 13.10 and looked at the right one14:18
douglBluesKaj, ^^^14:18
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BluesKajdougl, if you can get a 13.10 shell from 14.04 then whynot update and upgrade?14:21
douglBluesKaj, don't know how other than that I would... chroot /mnt/13.10/?14:23
douglyou still here BluesKaj ?14:28
rbergare you asking how to chroot and upgrade?14:30
douglrberg please and thanks :)14:31
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rbergheh, I do alot of this14:31
douglI do more than I like to.14:31
rbergmount the device you want to choot to14:31
rbergand do a ''for a in sys dev proc; do mount --bind /${a} /mnt/13.10/${a}; done14:32
dougljust so fun to break a linux box... mounted (/mnt/13.10) sdb2...14:33
douglfor a in sys dev proc; do mount --bind /${a} /mnt/13.10/${a}; done - at root prompt?14:33
rberg"chroot /mnt/13.10" then you will want to divert upstart from restarting things when you upgrade14:34
rbergyeah as root in a terminal14:34
rberglet me look up how to to the diversion, I forget14:35
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douglrberg, thanks for the help... and is so fun to break a linux box and so rewarding when you learn how to fix it!14:36
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* dougl has a plethora of emotions from using linux14:37
rberghehe agreed!.. to prevent upstart from restarting services inside the chroot you need to "mv /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d_ && printf '#!/bin/sh\nexit 101\n' > /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d && chmod +x /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d"14:37
rbergthat moves a file and creates a new one with the word exit in it14:38
rbergin the chroot now you can do a apt-get update and apt-get dist upgrade14:38
douglmv /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d_ && printf '#!/bin/sh\nexit 101\n' > /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d && chmod +x /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d14:38
douglmv: cannot stat ā€˜/usr/sbin/policy-rc.dā€™: No such file or directory14:38
rberginside the chroot?14:39
BluesKaji stay away from chroot, since I'm not well versed on fooling with it :)14:39
rbergcan you do a ls -l /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d*14:39
BluesKajaltho I managed to reinstall grub using it once14:39
douglin / as # on 13.10 drive14:39
douglBluesKaj, same exactly - grub14:40
douglroot@kubuntu:/# ls -l /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d*14:41
douglls: cannot access /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d*: No such file or directory14:41
douglrberg, ^^^^14:41
rbergok from the man page "Most Debian systems will not have this script"14:42
rbergso just do the " printf '#!/bin/sh\nexit 101\n' > /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d && chmod +x /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d" bit14:42
* dougl reads at a grade 6 level and appreciates the help14:42
rbergand be sure to rm that file after the dist-upgrade14:42
douglwhich file rberg I will write it down as to not forget...14:43
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rbergfor more info about it "/usr/share/doc/sysv-rc/README.policy-rc.d.gz"14:44
douglrberg, k got it now update adn dist-upgrade? in the chroot env14:47
douglouch - "apt-get update" did not look good14:48
douglnot sure where to go here?14:48
douglton of lines starting with Err14:49
BluesKajno network14:50
douglhere with you on same machine14:50
BluesKajno matter if you're chrooted into 13.10, it has no network connection14:52
rbergcan you "ping"  ?14:52
rbergmy bet is on resolv.conf (I have never understood how that works since network manager took over)14:53
rbergcan you ping "google.com"14:53
rbergerr no " "14:53
douglno www.google.com...14:54
douglunknown host14:54
BluesKajrberg, NM writes to resolv.conf if youre running dhcp afaik14:54
rbergok dougl, so here is how you fix that. "mv /etc/resolv.conf /etc/resolv.conf.bak && echo "nameserver" >/etc/resolv.conf"14:56
sympto_dougl: do what rberg said and change your dns server in the netoworkmanager-applet as it overwrites the resolv.conf all the time14:57
rbergadd "rm /etc/resolv.conf && mv  /etc/resolv.conf.bak  /etc/resolv.conf" to the list of things to un-do after the dist-upgrade14:57
douglback on track guys - thanks for the progress updating now and then dist upgrade14:59
BluesKaj13.10 is really quite buggy IME , even tho 14.04 is alpha2 it's more solid than 13.1014:59
dougldist-upgrade now14:59
douglafter this I try to reboot 13.10?15:00
douglbtw there was not resov.conf nothing to move15:00
rbergwow, konsole just warned me "are you sure you want to paste 15,290 characters?" I feel like this should be an achievement or something15:01
BluesKajoops cleaning KB here15:10
dougllol - rebooting here :)15:10
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yossarianukhave kubuntu decided on using kde 4.13 in 14.04 ?15:12
dougielstill hangs15:13
BluesKajdougiel, did you update frub since those edits "?15:14
BluesKajgrub rather15:14
BluesKajyossarianuk, #kubuntu-devel might know15:15
dougielupdate grub in chroot env BluesKaj ?15:22
BluesKajno update it from a terminal , no need for chroot15:22
dougielding now15:23
dougielBluesKaj, will jockey-text work in chroot env?15:24
BluesKajdougiel, dunno , i use the terminal for most installs , chroot is for exceptional problems that can't be solved from the terminal, which is very seldom in my experience15:26
dougielBluesKaj, same... I will let you know.15:28
douglstill hangs and you cannot jockey-text in chroot env... I don't know - anyone else ready to give up?15:34
douglBluesKaj, ^^^15:34
BluesKajchroot isn't a fix for everything15:37
dougielno but I notice I dont get a nvidia splash screen when bootig 13,10 so I thot that was the issue dunno why it just quiit working15:39
BluesKajyeah, dougiel the nouveau driver probly should be loading in thay case, since it's the default driver til you install the nvidia-current or available driver in additional drivers15:41
BluesKajhence no nvidia screen during boot15:44
dougielBluesKaj, that is what I mean nvidia drivers were installed15:45
BluesKajno nvidia screen means the driver you installed isn't loading15:48
Sledgeyhey all, i was wondering why when i check synaptic package manager it has a really old version of virtualbox15:48
BluesKajSledgey, try the muon package manager15:49
Sledgeysame thing15:49
BluesKajSledgey, which OS ?15:49
Sledgeythe latest kubuntu release15:50
BluesKajlatest is 13.10, but it's not LTA15:51
BluesKajerr LTS15:51
Sledgeylong term15:51
BluesKajyeah, but it's not the latest, therefore the older VM in the packages15:52
SledgeyWell the issue is, i am trying to create a bootable flash drive install of windows 7 with this ISO i have, here, and unetbootin creates it but it will not boot15:52
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Sledgeyso i was installing win7 in a vm so i can do it that way15:53
* not_found had issues yesterday with unetbootin and USB's not wanting to boot form 13.10 images... not sure why....15:53
* not_found miss read and stays quiet...15:55
BluesKajunetbootin is iffy, try startup disk creator15:55
BluesKajanyway gotta go for a few mins15:56
Sledgeyi tried that15:56
Sledgeyit wont even recognize the .iso15:56
Sledgeyi dont know16:16
BluesKajSledgey, is your pc less than 3yrs old , if so try EFI boot, and if it doesn't show then try non secure boot in legacy mode in the EFI/bios16:25
Sledgeyyeah i already turned it to legacy16:25
Sledgeywindows 8 is horrible16:25
Sledgeyi bought two laptops in teh last year16:25
Sledgeyand one i have linux running, and the other im going to put windows 7 on16:26
SledgeyBluesKaj: I got it figured out now....16:26
BluesKajdo you have an ext partition set up ?16:26
Sledgeyi just decided to do it on the win8 laptop16:26
Sledgeyits creating the flash drive now16:26
Sledgeywith the windows usb/download tool16:26
BluesKajI wiped the drive clean on this laptop, then installed kubuntu in legacy mode with secure boot disabled and flashback bios enabled, some laptop brands like Lenovo have the flashback bios feature16:29
BluesKajI did have a W8.1 install, but I deleted it first16:32
Sledgeyits horrible16:35
Sledgeywho creates an OS, designed for a phone?16:35
yossarianukAll versions of Windows have been horrible...16:35
Sledgeyand then puts it on a laptop, thats not even a touch screen and tries to MAKE people use it16:35
yossarianukI grew up with Amigas.16:35
Sledgeylol you have a point there16:35
Sledgeyyossarianuk:  i had a few of those, amiga 1000, and a 200016:35
yossarianuk1200 was the best machine I have ever owned....16:36
Sledgeyloved Amiga16:36
Sledgeyyea maybe it was 1200 not 200016:36
rberghey if it wasn't for windows 95 I might have never gotten into linux, so I owe MS for that16:36
yossarianukeverything worked and fast - no stuttering sound/graphics....16:36
Sledgeygood gaming16:36
yossarianukState of the Art is still amazing,....16:37
BluesKajrberg, ditto on that16:37
Sledgeywell what really set me off on linux was the courses i took at college16:37
Sledgeyi took a few unix courses16:37
yossarianukWindows 95 was like taking computing back a decade16:37
Sledgeyas well.. and i was like OHHHHHH16:37
yossarianukfrom having owned an amiga.16:37
Sledgeynow i get it16:38
chiaraesamueleciao a tutti16:38
yossarianukI found linux as I was never happy with windows. (only used windows for 5 years...)16:38
Sledgeytried to run redhat a few times16:38
Sledgeyoh god was that a nightmare, linux has come a LONG long ways16:38
rbergheh so true, I thank the debian gods for dpkg and apt16:39
yossarianukrberg: yep16:39
rbergalso update-alternatives and debconf16:40
yossarianukAlthough I think arch linux is the best for making custom packages - the PKGBUILD system is so easy.....16:40
yossarianukpackage building I find debian a bit of a nightmare16:41
yossarianuktakes me aboit 30 seconds to make the latest nvidia-rt package16:41
yossarianukon ubuntu/debian it takes about 5 - 10 mins to do.16:42
rbergI grab src debs from upstream and run dpkg-buildpackage without much trouble16:42
SledgeyBluesKaj: grrrrr stupid EFI16:47
Sledgeyi cannot make the USB bootable in windows8 because it doesnt use BOOTSECT16:47
Sledgeygod i hate MS16:47
SledgeyPC/AT bios16:47
yossarianukSledgey do you not have kubuntu already installed?16:47
Sledgeyits using EFI16:48
Sledgeyyossarianuk:  yes i have it installed, im trying to create a bootable win7 flash drive16:48
yossarianukSledgey: ah wouldn't know about that...16:48
yossarianukdoes dd not work ?16:49
Sledgeywhat is htat16:49
yossarianukkubuntu will have it.16:49
dougldata duplicate?/16:49
yossarianukdd if=/path/to/iso of=/dev/(usb stick)16:50
BluesKajdd works in some cases, but not all16:50
yossarianukdd if=/home/me/win7.iso of=/dev/sdc16:50
yossarianukI notice  now kubuntu  you can dd and get UEFI support...16:51
Sledgeyshould i format the flash drive as ntfs?16:51
yossarianuk(i.e with the kubuntu iso)16:51
yossarianuknot if using dd16:51
Sledgeyworth a shot16:51
BluesKajSledgey, no , use fat3216:51
yossarianukyou may need to change it to/from gpt.16:51
yossarianukif you dd you do not need to format it.16:52
yossarianukyou may need gto make a gpt table16:52
yossarianukparted does that16:52
Sledgeyso just create a new table16:52
yossarianukthen dd16:52
yossarianuk(ps this may nogt work for windows isos...)16:53
Sledgeywell we will find out16:55
Sledgeyin a few minutes16:55
BluesKaji have 16GB USB stick that seems bricked , no matter which method i use to rescue the unused drive space it still only shows 64mb :/16:58
yossarianukBluesKaj: try dd ' ing to it for a few secs - then parted and mktable.17:00
yossarianukdd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/path/to/stick17:01
yossarianuk(just for a few secs)17:01
yossarianukI would take out , then re-insert stick - then parted -> mktable17:01
yossarianuk(worth a go..)17:01
BluesKajok , we'll try that, yossarianuk17:02
yossarianukthen use fdisk/gdisk to format it to whatever you want (possibly actually even reboot) - then test.17:03
BluesKajyossarianuk, it stalls/hangs after parted -> mktable /dev/sdc17:14
sledgeyyossarianuk you there17:19
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sledgeyyossarianuk THAT comand screwed up my computer17:23
sledgeyits all blue behind the terminal and it hasnt done anything since i put it in17:23
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BluesKajnot_found, ??18:42
not_foundBluesKaj was commenting on dicecca that joined, wrote "explorer" and left ;)18:43
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franziskahi im trying to get rsnapshot running on my system ...  rsnapshot  hourly from commandline works well but rsnapshot daily /weekly from commandline does not create any directory where it should19:03
franziskacan u pls help me guys ?19:03
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dubishi, Someone can help me to install oracle java  in rekonq ???20:16
rberg I have experience with oracle java, but not rekonq20:19
dubisrberg: I installed the java plugin on firefox but i doesn't work20:20
dubisrberg: could you help???20:21
rbergwhere did you get oracle java and the plugin from?20:22
rbergcool, and there did you put the plugin?20:23
dubisyes I did a symbolic link in ~/.mozilla/plugins with this command ln -s /usr/lib/jvm/jdk1.7.0_51/jre/lib/amd64/libnpjp2.so20:25
dubisrberg: Any idea20:31
rbergI installed java 7u51 via make-jpkg and here is what I have20:31
rberg/usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/libjavaplugin.so -> /etc/alternatives/mozilla-javaplugin.so20:32
rberg/etc/alternatives/mozilla-javaplugin.so -> /usr/lib/jvm/jdk-7-oracle-x64/jre/lib/amd64/libnpjp2.so20:32
rbergdoes the plugin load in firefox? and can you see it in about:plugins ?20:33
dubisrberg: yes and the PATH is /usr/lib/jvm/jre1.7.0_51_X64/lib/amd64/libnpjp2.so20:35
dubisI used oracle-java7-installer but it doesn't work So I unstall it and I reinstall java manually20:36
dubisrberg: On this page https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/plugincheck/ I m up to date20:37
dubisrberg: on java.com test page  I ve got error20:37
rbergis that on firefox or rekonq?20:38
dubison firefox20:39
rbergI cant use rekonq at all, as it wont allow me to login to the ipmi I use for work20:39
dubisI've the same error on rekong on java.com page :http://java.com/en/download/installed.jsp?detect=jre20:41
rbergnot sure, maybe make-jpkg can help.. thats how I install oracle java20:44
rbergit generates a .deb from the official tar ball.. I believe its in java-package20:45
dubisrberg: Do oyuo have any procedure on the web ... .Do you have a link ??20:49
dubisrberg: I found debian procedure20:52
rbergapt-get install java-package && make-jpkg jdk-7u45-linux-x64.tar.gz20:52
rbergohh cool20:52
rbergfwiw: u51 is a huge PITA20:54
dubisrberg: running21:03
dubisrberg: I created the deb file so I've to use the dpkg command right ???21:06
rbergto make java 7u51 less annoying with self signed certs I have an alias that does "grep -q "$1" ~/.java/deployment/security/exception.sites || echo "https://$1" >>~/.java/deployment/security/exception.sites" then calls xdg-open on the url21:07
rbergyes dpkg -i jave.deb21:07
dubisin sudo mode right??21:07
dubisrberg: doesn't work on java.com21:16
rbergodd, running the java test works over here after I allow the plugin21:18
dubis "grep -q "$1" ~/.java/deployment/security/exception.sites || echo "https://$1" >>~/.java/deployment/security/exception.sites"21:21
dubisbash: grep -q  ~/.java/deployment/security/exception.sites || echo https:// >>~/.java/deployment/security/exception.sites: No such file or directory21:21
rbergohh thats part of a script I use to allow self signed certs to run without disabling security all together21:23
rbergthought I would share21:24
dubishere the log file http://pastebin.com/PAeKigS721:24
dubismay help21:24
rbergbasic: JNLP2Manager.initialize(): JNLP not available: JavaDetection_applet.jnlp21:26
dubisJava(TM) Plug-in 10.51.2 is prensent in the about:plugins page21:27
dubisI m' up to date in this page https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/plugincheck/21:27
dubisreberg: same error message21:31
dubisreberg: than before the  make-jpkg21:32
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dubisI'm lost21:37
rbergyeah, I am out of ideas21:38
dubisthank anyway I didn't know how to create the ajave deb file anyway21:41
dubisI going to od a post on a forum21:41
rbergyoudont have any other java packages installed right? no icedtea or anything21:42
rberg"java -version" shows the correct one?21:42
dubis$ java -version21:44
dubisjava version "1.7.0_51"21:44
dubisJava(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.7.0_51-b13)21:44
dubisJava HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 24.51-b03, mixed mode)21:44
dubisThe odder I've got the pluigns listed in the about:plugins page and it's working on the mozilla.org page21:45
rbergdoes what you actually want java for work?21:45
dubisrberg: I need to occur a connection to ILOM web page of a SUN Oracle server21:46
dubisI've got certificate problem21:47
dubisCaused by: java.security.cert.CertPathValidatorException: algorithm constraints check failed21:47
rbergohh yeah u51 is a pita, it wont run self signed applets anymore21:47
rbergunless you add the url to the security exceptions file21:48
dubisThat should work with the Control panel of Java I didn't put java.com yet21:49
rbergI doubt java.com uses a self signed cert21:50
dubisreberg: righ doesn't work21:53
dubisManage certificate in the Controlpanel is empty21:55
dubisrberg: I found a listing in the signer CA21:56
dubisOK i 've to go thanks21:58
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SvenOostenbrinkWill KDE be able to boot towards a Graphics desktop while the monitor is not connected?23:21
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