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Guest15253why does the xubuntu 14.10 beta still show as 13.10 on boot00:11
knomebecause that part is not updated yet.00:12
Guest15253knome, ok thank you00:12
Guest15253anyone have issues with the 14.10 beta - seems fine to me00:13
Unit193xubuntu-artwork, fix committed long ago.00:13
Guest15253it does seems however, if I change my background to a personal picture it reverts on next boot00:15
fibz_can some one recommend a wifi adapter that works PNP with 13.10? google is only brining me negativity and non-function01:21
xubuntu982Hi. I'm in middle of installing Xubuntu 13.10 and have some questions about the encryption and LVM choices on the Installation Type window. Can anybody here help me?01:22
fibz_what is the questions?01:26
xubuntu982Thx fibz. I'm a newbie and do things like buying stuff online and online banking so I think I should choose the encryption but don't know if it's a good idea for me (I don't want to bog down my computer or get in over my head).01:36
holsteinxubuntu982: then dont use encryption01:39
holsteinxubuntu982: read up on what disk encryption is, and what the benifits are01:39
holsteinxubuntu982: its more about, if your machine were physically compromised01:40
xubuntu982Thx holstein. But why wouldn't I choose encryption?01:40
holsteinif you are new, i suggest taking the defaults01:41
holsteinxubuntu982: you stated why01:41
holsteinxubuntu982: unnecessary overhead, potentially01:41
xubuntu982There are  no defaults. I either have to check the enryption box or the LVM box01:41
xubuntu982or not check them01:41
holsteinxubuntu982: is the box checked?01:41
holsteinxubuntu982: then, thats a default, friend01:41
holsteinxubuntu982: otherwise, you'll need to research both scenarios and see what fits your needs best01:42
holsteinxubuntu982: what do i do? i dont do disk encryption. why? i dont need it for my use case01:42
xubuntu982What I've read says the encryption is for the Ubuntu files, not my files. Will I be safe buying stuff online and doing online banking, things like that?01:43
xubuntu982without the encryption, that is01:43
holsteinxubuntu982: you should, as suggested, read about what it does and decide for yourself01:43
holsteinxubuntu982: diskk encryption, as i said, is more about the machine getting physically compromised01:44
holsteinxubuntu982: your "safety" online will also be an ongoing situation based on your activity and habits01:44
holsteindo i do online banking? yes.. do i use disk encyption for that activity? no01:45
xubuntu982So it sounds like for an ordinary person like me doing ordinary things I don't need encryption, right?01:46
holsteinxubuntu982: for *anyone* and *everyone*, they all need to read, and decide for themselves what is needed01:46
holsteinxubuntu982: do i read anything that makes me suggest disk encryption for you? no.. but, you need to, and our encouraged to make that decision yourself based on facts01:47
ubottuFor information on setting up encrypted private directories (8.10+) see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EncryptedPrivateDirectory01:47
xubuntu205How do I get youtube to work on xubuntu?01:52
xubuntu982Thx ubottu but that's for private directories. The encryption I'm talking about is for the whole Xubuntu 13.10 installation.01:52
xubuntu205Does anyone know how to get youtube to work on xubuntu?01:54
xubuntu205I could really use some help! Anyone available?01:56
holsteinxubuntu205: please be patient.. we are volunteers01:57
holsteinxubuntu205: i just use youtube..01:57
ubottuTo install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash - See also  !Restricted and !Gnash01:57
holsteinxubuntu205: you can also use the chrome browser (not chromium) which my default has the most recent version of flash01:57
xubuntu205Thank you. I have already uninstalled and reinstalled flash. Tried to install chrome, but it is crashing xubuntu.01:58
holsteinxubuntu205: or, you can opt into html5 youtube http://www.youtube.com/html501:58
xubuntu205brb. I am going to check out the link for restricted formats. ... I did install the restricted package though.01:59
holsteinxubuntu205: use the link i gave to confirm if you have flash or not01:59
holsteinxubuntu982: ubottu is a bot01:59
holsteinxubuntu982: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disk_encryption http://beta.slashdot.org/story/06/10/20/2250246/why-not-use-full-disk-encryption-on-laptops02:00
holsteinxubuntu982: i dont use it..02:01
xubuntu205Synaptic package manager states that adobe flash is intalled. Visiting http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/ I get a popup stating that "No suitable plugins were found."02:01
holsteinxubuntu205: have you restarted the browser?02:01
xubuntu205I have ... sigh. I have also restarted xubuntu.02:02
holsteinxubuntu205: it literally "just works" for me in chrome02:03
holsteinxubuntu205: how would you like to proceed? you can tell me how you installed flash and/or chrome and we can troubleshoot02:03
holsteinxubuntu205: i can assure you, it works02:03
holsteinxubuntu982: you can read there "data leaks were caused due to stolen/missing laptops".. which is what that level of encryption is intended for.. not your online safety02:04
xubuntu205I just re-installed flash through the link after the popup. I will restart the browser and brb.02:05
xubuntu982Thanks holstein. Will read it right away.02:05
holsteinxubuntu205: dont use the link after the popup02:05
xubuntulbkI was last on as 205. Am now on as lbk. http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html states that flash 11.2.202 is installed02:13
xubuntulbkYoutube still does not play. Just a blank screen.02:13
holsteinxubuntu982: ok02:14
holsteinxubuntulbk: ^02:14
holsteinxubuntulbk: use this http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/02:14
holsteinxubuntulbk: if you want the latest, you'll need chrome, as stated02:14
holsteinxubuntulbk: adobe only gives that version to chrome.. not to desktop linux.. as stated there02:15
holsteinxubuntulbk: or, you can try html502:15
xubuntulbkNo popups either way.02:15
xubuntulbkOk. How do I get Chrome to work.02:16
holsteinxubuntulbk: you will elaborate02:16
holsteinxubuntulbk: ill tell you i just install and use it02:16
xubuntulbklol. sorry. http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/ just brings up the page. No pop up saying it is or is not installed.02:17
holsteinxubuntulbk: correct.. you have it installed, correct? you stated a version before..02:18
xubuntulbkI installed Chrome by going to Google & selecting to install Chrome 32-bit for deb02:18
holsteinxubuntulbk: ok.. remove it, and start over02:18
holsteingo to https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/browser/ and re-download the .deb for 32bit, if that is appropriate02:19
holsteinthen, click on the deb, and see if it automatically installs properly... and elaborate about what is "crashing"02:19
xubuntulbkhttp://www.mozilla.org/en-US/plugincheck/ also states version is up to date. It looks like it is installed. ???02:20
holsteinxubuntulbk: that is *not* the most current version02:20
holsteinxubuntulbk: please scroll down the page and read what adobe provides02:20
holsteinxubuntulbk: linux gets 11.2.. chrome gets 12.002:21
holsteinxubuntulbk: if you think the issue you are having is that the version of flash is too old for youtube, try the chrome version02:21
xubuntulbkWhen I select Google Chrome, I get a message that something has crashed. I can click on the message, but it repeats until I restart.02:22
holsteinxubuntulbk: when you "select" it? where? in what way?02:22
xubuntulbkSelecting Chrome.02:22
holsteinxubuntulbk: select the .deb to install? or the icon after installation?02:23
cubed_rootanyone know if this bug is present in the latest 13.10?  http://tinyurl.com/lesmp5902:33
cubed_rootthis is the article:  Critical crypto bug leaves Linux, hundreds of apps open to eavesdropping02:34
xubuntu982holstein, I've decided to pass on the encrypting my whole system, but now I'm at the end and there's a box askig me if I want to encrypt my home folder.  It's the same principle as the full encryption, right? The notion of it will protect your home folder if your computer is stolen, right?02:35
holsteinxubuntu982: i dont do either.. you should try them and see.. or read about what you need02:35
xubuntu427was 205, then lbk.02:35
xubuntu982But it's the same principle (the encryption, that is) right?02:37
holsteinxubuntu982: encryption is quite similar to encryption.. if not identical. yes02:37
xubuntu427Hi holstein. I just locked up last time I tried running chrome. Since the restart I download chrome again. It downloaded google chrome stable 33.0.1750.146-102:37
holsteinxubuntu982: it?02:37
holsteinxubuntu427: it?02:38
xubuntu427On double clicking the download, it opens ubuntu software center. It showed installed and I reinstalled it.02:38
xubuntu427I am the one trying to get youtube to function02:39
holsteinxubuntu427: youtube is what it is.. you are trying to view the content as youtube dictates you must02:39
holsteinxubuntu427: is chrome installed?02:40
fibz_you will also want the icedtea browser plugin02:40
xubuntu982holstein, looks like you're saving the world here. I'm done. Thank you so much for all your help!!!02:40
xubuntu427Software center says so. It does not run though.02:40
holsteinxubuntu982: cheers!.. enjoy02:40
holsteinxubuntu427: what is the error?02:41
xubuntu427Sorry xubuntu982.02:41
fibz_dont forget the iceadtea web browser java plugin02:41
xubuntu427I can try that fibz.02:41
cubed_rootanyone know if xubuntu uses GnuTLS?03:09
cubed_rooti'm wondering about that tls bug reported in ars technica recently -- more curious than concerened03:10
Guest2314anyone know if xubuntu uses GnuTLS - i'm wondering about that tls bug reported in ars technica recently -- more curious than concerened03:15
cubed_root(sorry - repeating myself now...)03:16
holstein!info gnutls-bin03:16
ubottugnutls-bin (source: gnutls26 (2.12.23-1ubuntu4.1)): GNU TLS library - commandline utilities. In component main, is optional. Version 3.0.11+really2.12.23-1ubuntu4.1 (saucy), package size 178 kB, installed size 691 kB03:16
cubed_rootthanks holstein03:17
cubed_rootthanks fibz_03:29
webushi to all! i can't upgrade my xubuntu 13.04 to 13.10. system show to me dialog box to upgrade my system, i'm choose upgrade. enter password and nothing happening. how can i upgrade it ?04:19
holsteinwebus: you can always just fresh install.. at this point, i would just wait til 14.0404:19
holsteinwebus: there is no good reason to run one version behind.. the current versions get the most attention04:20
webusholstein> why you wait 14.04 ? today i have no updates to my software, because 13.04 is legacy...04:21
holsteinwebus: sure.. but, 14.04 is released in april.. 13.10 will be legacy in less than 6 months04:21
holsteinwebus: if i were you, i would get on 14.04, the LTS (long term support) and it will be able to be used for 3 years or more04:22
webusholstein> fresh install is good choice, but i have soo many settings and 3rd part software on the system....04:22
holsteinwebus: otherwise http://www.unixmen.com/upgrade-ubuntu-13-04-raring-ubuntu-13-10-saucy-salamander/ looks like how i would do it04:22
holsteinwebus: the 3rd party software can break04:22
webusholstein> yeah. and i afraid it :)04:22
holsteinwebus: you can deide with the data at hand.. a fresh install is quick, and you need to have all that data backed up anyways04:22
holsteinwebus: dont be afraid.. be prepared04:22
webusholstein> may be using LVM on fresh install is good choice or not ?04:23
holsteinwebus: "good" is a matter of opinion and use case. if you want what LVM provides, you should use it.. if not, dont04:24
webusholstein> i want more flexible partition.. to change size on the fly.04:25
holsteinwebus: why?04:25
holsteinwebus: in that case, you need to have good backups04:25
webusbecause i'm software developer and have many 3rd packages on my system. for example if my /home is full i want to resize it04:25
holsteinwebus: if LVM facilitates that flexibility, use it04:25
holsteini just use gparted, after having proper backups in place04:27
webusholstein> thanks for your help! i think about it04:27
helpplsI'm trying to install Ubuntu / xUbuntu on a 10 year old pc with 1.5gb ram, however it always freezes ~ 30 seconds after the reboot, what am I doing wrong? Tried usb installation, live cd installation, and wubi05:33
AussieDownUnderTrying to install Brother HL-3150CDN drivers (cups or LDR) in xubuntu 14.04, ia32-libs or lib32stdc++ is required to be installed but neither will install, lib32stdc++ at least shows messages which tells me it's because I'm using an unstable xubuntu release. I really wish the driver was just in the printers driver list already, it lists so many other drivers & just misses mine.05:48
xubuntu238hello anybody have any experience with vmware-tools? Having trouble getting it running05:49
fibz_http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/bsc/public/us/us/en/dlf/download_top.html?reg=us&c=us&lang=en&prod=hl4150cdn_all | http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/bsc/public_s/id/linux/en/evaluation.html   AussieDownUnder05:50
AussieDownUnderfibz, thanks for trying, been on those sites & got the .deb for my drivers, plus my model is HL-3150CDN not HL-4150CDN.05:54
AussieDownUnderIs there a lib32stdc++ pre-release in a ppa somewhere for xubuntu 14.04?05:54
fibz_i would add the PPAs for saucy05:55
fibz_you would get better 14.04 support in #ubuntu+105:55
AussieDownUnderfibz, would it not automatically find it in a backport or something?06:06
fibz_i had to do that to get boot-repair to install on 14.0406:09
AussieDownUnderReally? I might have a look if I can add it from my mirror provider06:10
AussieDownUnderI don't want to use my internet monthly allowance cause it does burn up when I'm forever downloading stuff on all of the debian distros when I don't get it through my providers mirror06:10
fibz_your ISP has a debian mirror?06:11
AussieDownUnderfibz, pretty sure, you know how you set the software source download mirrors in aptitude or ubuntu centre? Can't remember if Debian actually has that but I know Ubuntu & Xubuntu do. I can also download iso's of distros there. They don't have edubuntu or ubuntu studio though which sucks but I'm guessing I can still set software sources for them from within the os.06:15
AussieDownUnderHow do I create a directory/folder within a directory in a terminal?07:28
Unit193Though if you want foo/bar/ and foo doesn't exist, use mkdir -p foo/bar07:30
AussieDownUnderokay cheers, I'll let you know when I stuff it up07:31
AussieDownUnderWhoa massive deja vu07:31
AussieDownUnderAbout mkdir07:31
fibz_it's a pretty universal command07:33
fibz_you may have used it before07:33
AussieDownUnderNot working yet07:34
AussieDownUndertrying to add a directory in var/spool07:34
fibz_use sudo os su07:35
fibz_*use sudo or su07:35
AussieDownUnderYeah  tried that07:36
AussieDownUnderGive me a sec to work out what I stuffed up07:36
AussieDownUnderAnd I just realised the drivers I was trying to install were for the wrong printer for crying out loud07:45
AussieDownUnderHL-3150CDW when I need HL-3150CDN07:45
AussieDownUnderOne letter out07:45
AussieDownUnderShould I really be installing both LPR & CUPS drivers for a printer or just only one of either?07:50
AussieDownUnderOh my god I just printed something from my HL-3150CDN08:04
AussieDownUnderAmen to jesus08:04
fibz_brother is linux's best friend08:05
fibz_thats too bad it was such an ordeal08:06
AussieDownUnderYeah I know, I wonder why my model isn't already listed in with the rest that come in the xubuntu printer drivers. Is there a way to update that list?08:08
fibz_between the mailing list, launchpad and freenode, that should be possible08:10
fibz_https://launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev | https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/xubuntu-devel | #xubuntu-devel08:14
elfynot really anything to do with us08:17
fibz_what team would that be?08:18
elfynot at all sure - you could put it on the wiki https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsPrinters08:20
elfyI'd guess that the list you see from Printers is something to do with cups though08:20
mappshi - anyone here use portsentry? having trouble making it detect nmap port scans09:16
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Caelare certain older CPUs unsupported in 13.10? i was moving my old Dell Inspirion 1300 off Windows XP (w/ the april doomsday of xp looming.) and i get frequent crashes/segment faults/Kernel Panics under 13.1010:26
cfhowlettCael, entirely possible.  try lubuntu.10:29
Cael(which uses a Pentium M) and allright10:31
TheSheepcfhowlett: trying lubuntu won't help, as it uses the same kernel10:46
TheSheepCael: ubuntu (and all derivatives) stopped supporting some very old cpus, but the effect of that is that it won't even boot on them10:47
cfhowlettCael, ^^^ this.  consider grabbing 14.04 - it will be Long Term Support10:47
TheSheepCael: random kernel panics may be an indication of hardware problems, or you might need to pass some additional boot parameters to kernel10:47
TheSheep!boot | Cael10:48
ubottuCael: Boot options: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions - To add/remove startup services, you can use the package 'bum', or update-rc.d - To add your own startup scripts, use /etc/rc.local - See also !grub and !dualboot - Making a boot floppy: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto/BootFloppy - Also see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SmartBootManagerHowto10:48
cfhowlettbeta is available now10:48
cfhowlettTheSheep, thanks for pointing that out.10:50
Caelfigured that. not sure how far back i'd haveto go or what options are needed to get the kernel panics to stop.10:50
Caelwell the boot floppy is useless to me the inspirion 1300 has no floppy drive.10:50
TheSheepCael: boot floppy?10:51
TheSheepCael: I meant the boot options that you configure in grub10:51
Caelahh it also mentions a bootfloppy.) but  looking thru the options now10:52
TheSheepCael: it will probably require some experimenting11:01
TheSheepCael: also be sure to run the memory check11:01
Caelallright but strangely under xp i haven any instability  so im not super sure its the ram but doesnt hurt to check,11:02
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peyamSometimes when I start xubuntu. it freezes just before the login form12:16
peyamI then shut it off using the power button12:16
Tryackeri'm just a noob looking for some help like you ^^ sorry12:17
peyamwhat is ur issue?12:17
Tryackermy xubuntu ethernet connexion is down12:19
peyamis it a laptop?12:19
Tryacker(excuse my french english)12:19
Tryackeryes it's a laptop (2006) T_T12:20
Tryackerwifi is working12:20
Tryackeractually, when i put a ethernet cable, the laptop see it and connexion icon show tow rotating arrows12:22
peyamseems line a /etc/network problem12:23
Tryackerbut he can not connect12:23
peyamis the cable in good condition before we go any further12:23
Tryackeryes, i try with a friend's laptop12:24
Tryackersorry ^^12:24
Tryackerit was workin12:24
peyamsudo gedit /etc/network/interfaces12:25
peyamwhat do you see. paste in ubuntu.pastebin12:26
Tryackeryou have to know, also, if i tried a ethernet connexion from an other network, an other box, sometime it's working, for a few time... it's really strange ^^12:26
Tryackeri'll do it12:26
Tryackershould i plug the cable before ?12:29
peyamyou can do it if you want. doesn't harm12:29
Tryackerok so it's just opening a new window, "gedit" with three little lines of text12:30
peyamcopy and past in http://paste.ubuntu.com/12:31
peyamans send the link to me12:31
Tryackerdone !12:31
peyamthen send it here12:31
TryackerI do not understand the functioning of paste ubuntu. I pasted the text and click "paste" and i just saw my text and a button "download as text".12:35
Tryackeroh ! the ling12:35
Tryackeri'm so noob ^^12:36
peyamchange it to this and reboot and try again12:36
Tryackerok i'll do it12:37
Tryackeri'll come back to tell you if it work12:37
peyamdont forget to disconnect from wireless first12:38
Tryackerthere is no "#' in you text, is it okay (just asking)12:39
peyamit's just a comment. it dont do any function12:40
Tryacker@peyam >sorry i sorry I could not find the channel13:13
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slickymasterWork!es | sv50316:44
ubottusv503: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba "/join #ubuntu-es" (sin comillas) y presione intro.16:44
jwashhi everyone, i'm making a live cd of my installation, i'm chrooted into it, i'm having a fstab error, has anyone dealt with this before: http://paste.ubuntu.com/7039505/17:15
jwashcould it be a problem with me using xubuntu17:16
xubuntu826hy y have a problem with my pc17:17
xubuntu826and y have nedd helpp17:18
GridCube!details | xubuntu82617:19
ubottuxubuntu826: Please give us full details. For example: "I have a problem with ..., I'm running Ubuntu version .... When I try to do ..., I get the following output: ..., but I expected it to do ..."17:19
xubuntu826How do I go wireless in xubuntu?17:20
xubuntu826if you could tell me what I need to do so that we can head out wirlesul17:23
GridCubexubuntu826, wireless should work by default17:32
GridCubeno need of extra configuration17:32
xubuntu826not activated and do not know how to activate17:32
PhoenixSTFhey guys anyone tried xubuntu with LTSP?17:41
jwashxubuntu826, your wireless card likely requires proprietary non-free drivers17:50
xubuntu826and where they take?17:52
jwashyou're online, http://lmgtfy.com/?q=ubuntu+non-free+drivers17:54
jwashi'm new to ubuntu, i don't use wireless17:54
jwashbut if your card isn't active at the start, that seems pretty likely17:54
xubuntu902hi all18:00
adrenaline_That was quick18:05
knoipshi at all, i am just testing xubuntu live on usb 12.4, my question is: will xubuntu save configurations i make at a live session?18:51
knoipsif not, is there a chance to do so? just tried many distributions the last days to check out which one runs best on my old netbook, xubuntu is, now i want to set up a usb-live distro, which will have a folder on it, with educational ebooks on it, and a text/wiki editor to work with those pdfs. is there any chance to do so with xubuntu as a live distro?18:55
krytarik!usb | knoips18:57
ubottuknoips: For information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent18:57
knoipsi will check it, thx18:57
knoipsjust read it, but maybe didnt understand it. i have make a usb-xubuntu 12.4 disto with unetbootin, just using the xubuntu right now. may the configurations i do will be saved for the next start up?19:07
knoipsthe wiki file sounds like that19:07
knoipssorry english is not my native lang19:08
krytarikknoips: Only if you chose the persistency option on creating the Live USB.19:08
knoipsok, as i remember, unetbootin wasnt asking for a persistent mode... but thanks so far19:11
GamoderHi everyone, what is the xubuntu (13.04) program most likely to succesfully manage to connect an MTP device (Galaxy Nexus)19:33
bekksGamoder: 13.04 is EOL for more than a month now.19:33
GamoderOh, thought it was 18 Months support, but they seem to have changed that19:35
bekksWith 13.04 starting, non-LTS releases have 9 months support only.19:36
Gamoderyeah, I have just read that19:36
maps|wrkhi folks19:57
maps|wrki installed fail2ban to block these pesky people trying to ssh in ...and it seems to work but then it also ignored someone earlier..tried 6x in 16 seconds?19:58
xubuntu959hi so i was installing fglrx for my drivers, i have amd radeon x1200 which is not supported by linux, and after installing fglrx i reeboted system and i got black screen and just nothing happens. what should i do?20:50
krytarikxubuntu959: That's because it's exactly the other way around. :P20:52
xubuntu959i dont get it?20:52
krytarikxubuntu959: It's the proprietary AMD/ATI that doesn't support your graphics device anymore.20:53
xubuntu959so what should i do? i tried sudo apt=get rm fglrx20:54
xubuntu959and nothing happens20:54
xubuntu959in recovery mode ofc20:54
krytarikxubuntu959: I assume you tried that with the right syntax?20:55
xubuntu959sudo apt-get remove fglrx20:55
xubuntu959i dont think my terminal in recovery works properly20:56
xubuntu959it cant connect to internet, cd, ls.. nothing20:56
elfymount -o rw,remount /20:56
elfydo that in the recovery session first then you should be ok to remove things20:57
elfyalso you'll probably need to start networking from the menu20:57
xubuntu959so i just tried it and it wont still works21:09
xubuntu959i got to the recovery mode and then in network and this shows up21:10
xubuntu959network -manager start/running process 87821:10
xubuntu959and just stares and nothing can be done21:10
xubuntu959so i ctrl+alt+delete it and then got in root sheel21:10
xubuntu959but after a few seconds system just reboots itself like its not mine21:11
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basketballwhen i press caps lock on my laptop how do i get the caps light lock to show up on usb keybopard and vice versa22:15
Unit193!crosspost | basketball22:16
ubottubasketball: Please don't ask the same question in multiple Ubuntu channels at the same time. Many helpers are in more than one channel and it's not fair to them or the other people seeking support.22:16
kzettsIm trying to boot the 14.04 beta and it says casper/vmlinuz not found. I verified md5 on the iso and its fine, and burnt a 2nd disk and no effect.23:41
kzettsAny idea whats going on? Is the beta isa just borked23:41
bazhang#ubuntu+1 for 14.04 support issues please kzetts23:43
kzettsthis si for xubuntu though23:44
kzettsthat channel will still be applicable?23:44

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