chspnkgenerally, is that a problem having two partitions on it?00:00
wxli honestly have not had an experience one way or another00:00
wxlmy gut is screaming bad idea though :)00:00
wxlon the other hand the fact that it installed at all is remarkable00:00
chspnki've always got it with my keys, so i try to have everything i need on it ;)00:01
wxlbefore i would put it on another media i'd have the installer check itself00:02
chspnksorry about asking one more time..00:02
chspnkfiles on the usb?00:02
chspnkooookay :D should learn reading00:03
wxlwould help00:03
chspnkwhen i'm excited getting something done i sometimes miss some important informations00:03
wxlit happens to all of us00:04
chspnkon the other hand side i always had to learn everything on my own, nobody has shown me where to look00:04
wxlhelp.ubuntu.com and wiki.ubuntu.com are very useful :)00:05
wxlalso the bot should be helpful00:05
ubottuPlease don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience00:05
wxlwell that wasn't very useful :)00:05
chspnknot really :D00:05
chspnkas i am no native speaker, i got a language problem too00:05
wxloh what's your native language chspnk ?00:06
chspnksometimes it's very difficult to get the relly important information00:06
ubottuIn den meisten Ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuche bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Einfach "/join #ubuntu-de" eingeben. Danke für Dein Verständnis!00:06
chspnki like the german ubuntu wiki00:06
wxlthere 's no #lubuntu-de but installation questions are often very general, so #ubuntu-de would be good00:07
phillwchspnk: you can also catch silverlion when he is about.00:08
chspnkit's pure coincidence that i'm here. that's the first point00:08
phillwchspnk: the guys on mint got fed up of you and sent you here? (I hope this German has a sense of humour) :P00:09
chspnkwell i kind of never hang out in irc00:10
chspnkas the admin on mint channel wasn't very friendly when i asked about the main differences (regarding memory usage) between lubuntu and mint he told me about this channel00:11
wxloops disappeared00:21
wxlwow that's craziness!00:21
wxlphillw: md5 checks out with the iso, self-check works fine, but md5 on the media fails (because he's ghot other partitions)00:22
phillwwxl: I forget know... is this the machine he wants to dual boot with windows, or the replacement machine that will be pure lubuntu while his other machine is away?00:24
phillwchspnk: could you answer ^^ Seems very rude to be talking about you and not to you!00:25
wxloh phillw you got everything so confused00:25
wxlchspnk: what iso we talking about here?00:25
chspnkgive me some time to answer :D in english it's a few seconds more than in german00:27
wxli understand00:27
wxlunfortunately it's time for me to go home00:27
chspnki want to make my stick bootable with the lubuntu-14.04-desktop-i386.iso image00:27
wxlk 1s00:27
chspnki got an empty stick here00:27
phillwcreating a usb stick is currently a lot of smoke an mirrors... chspnk read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/OBI#OBI_quick_start_manual00:28
phillwthat will give you a stick to install lubuntu from.00:28
wxlgood night everyone and thanks phillw00:29
wxltalk to you guys later on00:29
wxli got a lawn to mow :)00:29
chspnkcu wxl and thanks a lot00:30
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meeehow can i change keyboard layout permanantly to fransh ??04:53
ianorlinfransh? do you mean french04:58
ianorlingo to the menu go to prefrences and then language support and then change layout to French05:01
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user123321please help, how to connect to a wifi hot network? I tried adding the connection but it didn't seem to connect.10:29
user123321Ah nvm, I saw wifi-radar app in software centre10:33
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user13242How to connect to Wifi in LUbuntu?14:59
user13242I downloaded wifi radar, but it's asking me to config.14:59
user13242normally, I'd only have to enter the password.14:59
user13242It's a wpa/wpa2 met15:00
someguyhi, I have question15:03
phillw!ask | someguy15:05
ubottusomeguy: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience15:05
phillwuser13242: from a new 14.04 installation, it is best to connect via ethernet and update the system. It is a known bug, which has been fixed in an update. This will save you having to add things, update and then delete things...15:07
someguyOn lubuntu.net, on bottom of page i found that lubuntu is licenced under creative comons.... wich allows comercial distributing etc, but , when you go to download page there is notice that everything is licenced to canonical and it is different licence, so under wich licence does lubuntu go?I am havily confused :)15:07
phillwsomeguy: the documentation is signed to Canonical, and Ubuntu (and all the *buntu's) are trade marked to Canonical. This has allowed them to over-ride cyber-squatters who demand monies for registering various sites. It is a mine field. You may charge for the install media and postage along with anything 'value added' (e.g. support). When ever in doubt have a chat with the trade mark team.15:10
phillwsomeguy: I've asked them a couple of questions in the past. As long what you are doing involves advocay, they're pretty relaxed. http://www.ubuntu.com/legal/terms-and-policies/contact-us15:12
someguySo basicly, I can heavily modify lubuntu core , install and create my tools, write documentation and sell it under other name , unassociated with ubuntu, but do I need to ship modified core source?15:12
rafaellagunaI must speak, because I was involved in this web creation. the only creative commons in Lubuntu is the web and some graphics of it, the logo and the system are under registration of Canonical15:12
rafaellagunaonly "lubuntu.net"15:13
someguyAh, ok, well thanks for nice answers, I didn't expect such feedback :D15:13
phillwyou must ship the modified source code and under the open source licence.15:13
phillwGPL licence makes this quite clear. Canonical do not write the kernel / applications etc.15:14
someguySo i will need to publish only core and not the software I made and installed,(unles installed software requires so) (I m not native english speaked so I just don't want to get in trouble)15:15
phillwany software you write that is original can be licensed under what ever license you wish (commmercial licenses are quite okay).15:17
someguyThank you very much15:17
phillwFor example. If I want an invoicing application, I have to pay for that. But the system it installs on is free. You do not charge for the operating system, just the invoicing application.15:18
someguyI want to sell OS...15:18
phillwdoes that make it a little clearer? (Free and commercial can be a bit of a pain to understand)15:18
phillwyou cannot 'sell' linux.15:18
phillwyou can sell support15:19
someguybut ,GPL says it is ok to sell it if you shit source15:19
rafaellagunayou have to mention anyway, check the different GPLs15:20
phillwIf I recall, it is what I said.... you can charge for media, shipping and support.15:20
phillwsomeguy: I'd suggest checking with the trademark team. They are the legal people... we can give a general idea of what it is... But you should always ask them so that you do not get into any problems.15:21
someguyThaks, see ya15:22
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raven00Anyone on Lubuntu and old hardware successfully running gnome shell?18:33

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