renso_is what i try, as you can see in the log of this chat00:00
ObrienDaveif you have a better idea, jump in, don't wait until he's gone to offer advice00:01
renso_no Dave, i really tell him what to do, befoure you say that is not good idea00:01
bohu_Thunar takes a long time to start the first time because it is waiting for something00:45
bohu_can I autostart whatever it is00:46
renso_when open Thunar from terminal, what say ?00:46
bohu_to elliminate lagtime00:46
bohu_terminal just says thunar - I tried that.00:46
renso_but before, you kill all thunar process right ?00:46
bohu_I watched to the taskmanager to see what is started00:47
bohu_yes, I rebooted to kill all procs00:47
renso_you can killall Thunar, then try00:47
renso_have samba or nfs files mount ? what dir for default open with Thunar ?00:47
bohu_it is something to do with gvfs00:47
bohu_thunar opens to /home/angie00:48
bohu_uninstalling gvfs-backends solves the problem but the software center depends on it and this computer is being built for a friend so I have to keep the software center00:48
renso_rename .config/Thunar folder, for another, like Thunarback, offcourse, before kill thunar00:49
bohu_I looked in /usr/bin and there is no gvfs-backends00:49
bohu_according to taskmanager thunar starts gvfs-network gvfs-smb and gvfsd-dnns00:50
bohu_I tried autostarting those to kill the lag time but it didn't work00:50
renso_open Thunar as root take too long ???00:51
bohu_same thing.00:52
bohu_first instance takes forever. after that it opens quickly00:52
bohu_starting thunar from command line with sudo00:53
renso_and a comand like "thunar /" take too long too ? is no a problem with the dafault dir ?00:53
renso_is not the correct, but if dont want to erase gvfs or anithing, can put thunar run when start the session as daemon, "thunar --daemon" but is not the correct thing00:56
renso_i cant find where thunar save the logs00:56
bohu_thunar / still take too long on first instance01:01
bohu_found an entry for AT-spi something in the autolaunch menu, I think might be the solution. Waiting for reboot so I can find out01:01
renso_trying to remove gvfs-backends from apt-get remove  is also try to delete the store ?01:02
bohu_renso that is correct.01:04
bohu_uninstall gvfs-backends also uninstalls ubuntu software center.01:04
bohu_on my machine I use synaptic buy my friend likes the software center so I have to keep it01:04
bohu_and solve the thunar lag time problem01:05
renso_only the store ? you can remove gvfs and then install only the store01:06
bohu_atspi didn't help. trying the thunar --daemon suggestion.01:06
bohu_the store and some download manager both depend on gvfs-backends01:06
renso_you see this post ? http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=1939201:06
renso_delete gvfs-backends solve the problem for what i see01:07
renso_ in resume " My solution was to edit /usr/share/gvfs/mounts/network.mount.distrib and set Automount from =true to =false."01:08
bohu_will try that. thank you01:09
zacwallshello im trying to change my os from xubuntu 12.04 to ubuntu 14.04.1 via clean install. i alredy do the md5 sum and hash match and everything. its for windows install. 64bit. it is really annoying. i don’t know what to do any more. can i get some help maby?01:12
bohu_thanks for your help renso01:13
zacwallsFailed to create secure directory: Read-only file system02:44
zacwallseverything says that eveb firefox\02:44
zacwallshow can i skip update version of ubuntu without fresh install?03:15
zacwallsi just want to install the iso of ubuntu 14.04.1 i have for 2 days now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! please help me!!!!!!!03:41
holsteinzacwalls: sure.. whats the issue?03:42
holstein!install | zacwalls03:42
ubottuzacwalls: Ubuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall - Don't want to use a CD? See http://tinyurl.com/3exghs - See also !automate03:42
holsteinzacwalls: i literally download the iso i want to use, and make bootable media, either usb or dvd and boot the media and follow the steps.. what is the issue? specificially?03:43
holsteinzacwalls: if its "everything", then, you dont have the iso downloaded.. please download the iso and let us know when you are ready03:43
zacwallslike i get corruped files and stuff like that. and then rww banned me yesterday03:43
holsteinzacwalls: i know nothing about the banning, but that will *not* effect your install.. please download and use..03:44
ubottuTo verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows03:44
zacwallsim going to clear some stuff and download another iso03:45
holsteinzacwalls: "clearing stuff" will also not effect your install... unless you literally dont have room for the iso03:45
zacwallsi hate wubi sooooooooooooooooo much03:46
holsteinzacwalls: ?03:46
holsteinzacwalls: please use the #xubuntu-offtopic channel to "hate" things.. otherwise, dont use what you dont like03:46
ubottuWubi allows you to install or uninstall Ubuntu 12.04 LTS from within Windows ( version 7 or earlier ) in a simple and safe way. Wubi is INCOMPATIBLE with UEFI, Windows 8 Certified computers, and Windows RAID arrays. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WubiGuide for more information. File wubi bugs at http://launchpad.net/wubi/+filebug03:47
holsteinAFAIK, its been discontinued..03:47
zacwallsi have ubuntu though or xubuntu same thing03:47
holsteinzacwalls: xubuntu *is* ubuntu..03:47
ubottuXubuntu is Ubuntu with Xfce as the desktop environment. More info at http://www.xubuntu.org/ - To install from Ubuntu: « sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop » - Join #xubuntu for support - See also: !Ubuntu and !Xubuntu-Channels03:47
zacwallswhere can i get an iso for xubuntu03:48
holsteinzacwalls: ? the link right above ^ has it.. and the one i gave earlieras well03:48
holsteini got http://xubuntu.org/getxubuntu/ from quickly dropping "download xubuntu" in a search engine03:49
zacwallsi want ubuntu03:52
zacwallsand i cant find an iso for linux03:52
zacwallsi feel like going on a homicidal rampage.03:53
holsteinzacwalls: ?03:53
holsteinzacwalls: i think you are misinformed, friend..03:53
zacwallsevery iso has wubi03:53
holsteinzacwalls: you are in the xubuntu channel.. so if you want ubuntu, get it, but this channel is about xubuntu..03:53
holsteinzacwalls: wubi will not affect your install.. just dont use it03:54
holsteinzacwalls: literally dont click on wubi from inside windows, and you wont be using it03:54
zacwallsi have xubuntu!!!03:54
holstein!wubi | zacwalls this explains it quite well03:55
ubottuzacwalls this explains it quite well: Wubi allows you to install or uninstall Ubuntu 12.04 LTS from within Windows ( version 7 or earlier ) in a simple and safe way. Wubi is INCOMPATIBLE with UEFI, Windows 8 Certified computers, and Windows RAID arrays. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WubiGuide for more information. File wubi bugs at http://launchpad.net/wubi/+filebug03:55
zacwallsi dont have windows03:55
holsteinzacwalls: you wont fine an "iso for linux".. since linux is the kernel.. xubuntu uses th elinux kernel.. ubuntu.. etc03:55
holsteinzacwalls: then, you are not going to be able to use wubi.exe.. so you can igrnore it03:55
holsteinwant an iso without it?03:56
ubottuThe Minimal CD image is very small in size, and it downloads most packages from the Internet during installation, allowing you to select only those you want.  The installer is text based (rather than graphical as used on the Desktop DVD). See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD03:56
zacwallsevery time i try to boot i get a boot error03:56
holsteinzacwalls: everytime you try to boot what you get what error?03:56
zacwallsa boot error03:57
holsteinzacwalls: we cannot read minds.. and i realize you are obvisously mis-informed and upset, but, i do not konw what boot error you have unless you communicate it with me.. nor do i know what you are doing to get the un-shared error.. understand?03:57
zacwallslike "that is not a disk" or "boot error "03:57
holsteinzacwalls: boot again, and share *exactly* what you are getting and how.. otherwise, start at the beginning.. download whatever iso you want, test the md5 and install03:58
holsteinzacwalls: im going to bed.. handy tips: dont assume your hard drive is "ok", test it.. take whatever error you are getting and put it in a search engine. see *exactly* waht drive the error is about. boot the bootable live installer media on another machine to test that its working04:04
holsteingood luck!04:05
zacwallsyeah right04:05
holsteinoh.. and ignore wubi04:05
holsteinzacwalls: "yeah right"?04:06
zacwallslike i could ever have good luck04:07
holsteinzacwalls: i dont understand what thats about.. i am a volunteer, as are many others here.. *all* of us actually.. please try and work with your comments and attitude to become "help-able" as much as possible.. thanks..04:07
shane____anyone here from earlier?  I just wanted to let you guys know that a clean reinstall seemed to fix the problem04:10
shane____And now to my next question.  What is the best way to install amd drivers.  I have seen muliple ways and I also saw something called bumblebee, but the guys that was talking about it was using a nvidia card.04:11
holsteinshane____: i would have probably tried the recovery kernel.. there is a way to reset passwords and make users, admin users.. etc04:11
holsteinshane____: i suggest trying the open drivers.. then, move on to the repo ones..04:12
ubottuFor Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto04:12
shane____holstein i tried the recovery kernel and it did not work..I reset my password, and then I couldnt log in at all04:13
holsteinshane____: im just saying, for future reference.. you can make an admin user, or whatever you need..04:13
shane____yup ill remember that..thanks for the help...and just curious what is bumblebee04:15
holstein!info bumblebee04:15
ubottubumblebee (source: bumblebee): NVIDIA Optimus support for Linux. In component universe, is extra. Version 3.2.1-5 (trusty), package size 43 kB, installed size 231 kB (Only available for linux-any)04:16
holsteinshane____: for nvidia dual gpu's..04:16
shane____ahh..also it seems like there are no open source drivers for my gpu, however it looked like here are no open source drivers for any new amd gpu's am I looking in the wrong area04:18
holsteinshane____: its more like, the creators of your hardware havent made a driver that is open source04:18
holsteinshane____: the open source driver *is* being used, by default..04:19
shane____ok...soo im confused then..should I continue to use what ever is running now or go to the binary ones04:19
holsteinshane____: there is no "should", friend.. if you were not promised linux support, then you do what you like04:21
holsteinshane____: if the open driver is meeting your needs, i say, use it.. if its not.. try the proprietary one in the repos04:22
shane____ok well I guess thats all for now..thanks for the help:D  Odds are i will be back soon:P04:23
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w1zJust installed xubuntu 14.04 --- whenever I try to sudo apt-get install any package I get E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (2)07:26
w1zAnyone got any ideas as to why this is happening?07:27
cfhowlettwlz reboot and try again07:27
w1zdid that...07:27
w1zI was hoping to not run into these kinds of snags'07:29
cfhowlettwlz wait 107:29
ObrienDavewlz, did you reboot or shutdown?07:32
w1zI've even threw my pc out the window07:33
ObrienDavethat does not answer the question07:34
cfhowlettw1z, and it wastes time ...07:34
w1zI've done both if you really want to know.07:35
ObrienDaveif i did not really want to know, i would not have asked. glwt07:35
w1zSee ya then losers07:38
cfhowlettknome, see?07:39
knomei'm off to do some real work...07:39
lxmahyarAre there another repository for tor ?08:47
ubottuTor is a program to route connections through several servers for anonymity. It is in Ubuntu's repositories, but the Tor Project recommends using their Tor packages due to past issues with Ubuntu's. For setup info, see option (2) of https://www.torproject.org/docs/debian.html.en | To use Tor on freenode, see !tor-sasl08:52
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kurono_hey, people! anybody wants to help me?10:58
cfhowlettkurono_, when you state the problem ... maybe.10:58
kurono_i have a problem with shutting down my laptop.10:58
kurono_if i want to shutdown, it hangs up in the shell.10:59
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 !patience10:59
cfhowlett!kurono paste the terminal commands and feedback10:59
ubottucfhowlett: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)10:59
ubottuFor posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.10:59
kurono_sudo shutdown -h now11:00
cfhowlettnope.  install pagebinit        then use that to paste from your command line11:01
kurono_my internetconection is too weak to do this. sorry.11:02
kurono_it is already installed. and now?11:06
cfhowlettkurono_, run your shutdown command with -v         (verbose flag)  copy and paste the output to paste.ubuntu.com11:06
kurono_ah, thanks. just a minute.11:07
kurono_whats the next step?11:11
kurono_cfhowlett, what is the next step?11:15
cfhowlettkurono_, ask in #ubuntu11:15
kurono_huh? why? am i too annoying, or what is it??? my os IS xubuntu.11:16
cfhowlettkurono_, more eyes and brains in #ubuntu = more chance of an answer11:17
kurono_ah, okay... but thanks for your try!11:17
elfykurono_: xubuntu is ubuntu with xfce basically - so here is better for xubuntu specific, ubuntu is better for the more general stuff :)11:18
kurono_yes, but i thought it was a xubuntu specific problem, because of i had mint before, without problems.11:19
cfhowlettkurono_, so ... you won't even try?11:19
ObrienDavekurono_, most issues are common to all flavors of Ubuntu. please ask in #ubuntu. many of us help in multiple channels11:21
kurono_i am already in #ubuntu and asking. ;-)11:21
ObrienDaveok, great, see you there :)11:22
kurono_thank you all. :-b11:22
Alanhas the "span wallpaper" option disappeared somewhere?12:13
Alanor have I just forgotten where the setting hides?12:14
Alan... never mind, found it12:21
Alanit's just a bit confused about what it thinks my "primary" screen is12:21
Alanand only shows the "spanning screens" option on the leftmost monitor12:22
xubuntu274i lost my xubuntu root password,so is there any way to recover it?15:13
xubuntu039hi all,15:37
xubuntu039I need to configure remotely the remote desktop on Xubuntu 14.0415:38
xubuntu039just installed vino15:39
xubuntu039but got15:40
xubuntu039:~$ /usr/lib/vino/vino-server Cannot open display:  Run 'vino-server --help' to see a full list of available command line options15:40
xubuntu039running vino server from SSH15:42
holsteinxubuntu039: try removing variables.. go local on the machine and configure vino ..15:49
xubuntu039:( that's the problem  I can't access machine now ....15:52
holsteinxubuntu039: well, if you cant access the machine, you wont be able to set up remote access..15:52
holsteinxubuntu039: i have setup x11vnc which i can run remotely via ssh.. basically turning it "on" when needed15:53
xubuntu039ok vnc could be fine, any idea on limitation ?15:54
holsteinxubuntu039: your limitations will be specific15:54
holsteinxubuntu039: for me, i wanted remote desktop, so i went with what worked for me and the client i wanted to use15:55
holsteinxubuntu039: limitations are security, access.. etc.. all with different pros and cons15:55
xubuntu039ok, let me try15:56
shane____i was reading a xubuntu review recently and saw that the person had put some cool looking resource monitors on his desktop...I cant seem to find the review any more, but do you guys have any recommendations17:09
bazhang!info conky17:11
ubottuconky (source: conky): highly configurable system monitor (transitional package). In component universe, is optional. Version 1.9.0-4 (trusty), package size 3 kB, installed size 42 kB17:11
ElderDryasshane____: Did you check Add New Items in the panel?17:11
shane____ya I saw the basic cpu monitor that you can put up on the task bar, the one I saw was on the actual desktop and it showd cpu usage, gpu usage, memory usage so on so on17:13
ElderDryasProbably conky then17:13
bazhangubuntuforums: conky beginners guide has tons of examples17:13
elfyby the 100's ...17:16
ElderDryaschoose one from column A and two from column B17:17
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yolateng0Hi, is it possible to encrypt ~/ (cryptsetup Luks) during install Xubuntu? (live cd xubuntu 14.04)19:07
ubottuFor information on setting up encrypted private directories (8.10+) see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EncryptedPrivateDirectory19:09
holsteinyolateng0: i think you need the mini iso19:09
ubottuThe Minimal CD image is very small in size, and it downloads most packages from the Internet during installation, allowing you to select only those you want.  The installer is text based (rather than graphical as used on the Desktop DVD). See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD19:09
yolateng0thanks ubottu and holstein .19:31
yolateng0actually the idea of ​​a mini distro is a good idea.19:31
holsteinits more like the old alternate isos.. or a net install19:31
yolateng0LUKS encrypts the entire disk so that it is applicable to other platforms and Linux distributions. i prefer Luks ;)19:32
yolateng0LUKS is obviously more efficient that ecryptfs :)19:34
yolateng0< holstein> ;)19:34
holsteinyolateng0: im literally not interested in either. but, i encourage you to use a mini iso to do which ever you like19:35
limelightHello peoples19:35
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wuzzabazooI have a question. It's not really xubuntu related I suppose, but I don't honestly know where to ask it, so I thought I'd ask it here and maybe be pointed in the right direction :)19:37
wuzzabazooI have a router with functioning wifi hooked up to my modem/router, to which my PC hangs tethered. How do I access the wireless devices connected to the secundary router?19:38
holsteinwuzzabazoo: by networking them, based on your needs..19:39
ubottuSamba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html19:39
holsteinor whatever else.. ssh..19:39
wuzzabazoowell, I'd love to have SSH access to my phone, for instance19:39
* Hedgework shudders at the mention of samba19:39
holsteinwuzzabazoo: you would have to have an ssh server on your phone.. do you?19:39
wuzzabazooI do :)19:39
wuzzabazooThere's a free one available for android right now, it seems like it would do the job, but I have no way to tell19:40
holsteinwuzzabazoo: then, get he machine on the same LAN and test pinging them.. them, connect19:40
holsteinwuzzabazoo: so, you have an ssh server? or no?19:40
wuzzabazooThat's the thing though, that's not possible; I have the pc hooked up to the modem/router which has no functioning wifi.19:40
holsteinwuzzabazoo:regardless, i would get a simpler setup.. just try pinging the machines from each other.. then, when you get around to ssh or whatever, it'll be easier to test19:40
wuzzabazooMy phone is hooked up to the secundary one via wifi instead. At the time it seemed a decent worksaround.19:40
holsteinwuzzabazoo: if its not possible, then, you dont need to worry about it.. otherwise, you just configure your machines to be on the same LAN19:41
wuzzabazooAh, I figured since they're technically all interconnected, there would be methods to achieve it anyway :<19:41
holsteinthe "sencondary wifi one" doenst need to be setup as you have it setup.. you get everything where they have the same IP range19:41
wuzzabazooOho? Oh that's cool, that'd probably solve it, right?19:42
holsteinwuzzabazoo: i didnt say "probably".. i say, get them on the same ip range. the same lan, and ping them from one another.. then, they are connected19:42
wuzzabazooI see~ Alright, thanks, I'll try and figure out how to do that. :)19:43
holsteinwuzzabazoo: you are using the router as a seperate network.. you have it configured that way.. you will want to pass that through as just a wifi access point.. right now, you have (as i see) 2 seperate networks19:43
wuzzabazooYeah, that's exactly right19:43
holsteinyou can set it up so that the wifi router is only supplying wifi, and not being another dhcp server for a seperate network19:43
wuzzabazooI have IP range 192.168.178.XXX which is the modem, and then 192.168.1.XXX for the Wifi capable one19:44
wuzzabazooAhh~ I get it!19:44
holsteinbasically acting more like a switch for the 192.168.178.x network19:44
wuzzabazooThanks so much, I bet I can fix it now! :D19:44
holsteinso, when you join with a wifi device, i'll get a 192.168.178.x address.. and you can ping the gateway.. and the other machines connected wired or whatever19:44
wuzzabazooThat's pretty much the solution I'd been hoping for! :D19:45
holsteinwuzzabazoo: all routers can have different configuration for that.. or, not allow that configuration, or whatever.. a networking channel or your router manufacturer should be able to help you19:46
wuzzabazooOh, there's a bunch of options here. DHCP (which I don't want, if I understand correctly), PPPoE, Static, PPTP, L2TP or Disabled.19:47
holsteinwuzzabazoo: you should ask in a networking channel, or the device manufacturer.. thats not the correct area for the configuration you seek19:48
wuzzabazooAh, alright. Well, thanks a bunch for helping me on my way, at least! I wasn't sure how to phrase what I was looking for, so googling was rather hard.19:49
wuzzabazooYou get phrases like "accessing device connected to router via wifi connected to another router" <- Google got nothing for me. >.>19:50
linuxgeek_i installed realvnc on 14.04 server with xfce desktop.20:48
linuxgeek_when i connected for the first time, it asked to choose either default program or one empty panel20:49
linuxgeek_instead of selecting one empty panel i selected default program20:49
linuxgeek_how do i revert to one empty panle20:50
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SocksevenAnyone had trouble with xfce4-terminal not playing nice with multiple x screens?22:40
ali1234yes, there have been several bugs like that22:50
Socksevenyou wouldnt know how to fix it would you? not being able to have terms open on more than one screen is a pain.22:52
suncokretis here somebody for help?23:04
ObrienDavesuncokret, greetings and welcome23:04
suncokretgreetings too23:05
suncokrethow can i change resoluton in log on screen?23:06
suncokretscreen resolution23:06
ObrienDavei understand :)23:06
ObrienDavewhat is different about the logon screen?23:07
suncokretbecause is ubuntu 14.04 there is bug when user are inactive for some time monitor turn off23:08
suncokretand screen is locked23:08
suncokretin ubuntu23:08
suncokretand then it switch to that screen23:09
suncokretand i want to have same resolution on that screen as in system23:09
suncokretsomebody told me that screen lock is bug because we can't disable that23:10
suncokreti mean screen lock after time set in power menagment23:10
ObrienDavei don't have that issue with the screen locking23:11
suncokreti have in lubuntu23:11
suncokretand somebody here told me that it is bug in ubuntu23:11
ObrienDavemay i suggest you ask in main #ubuntu channel. i'm not sure how to help with this23:12
suncokretso in xubuntu when you are inactive and monitor switch off screen don't lock?23:13
ObrienDavemine does not lock, no23:13
ObrienDavei have heard others with the same issue as you23:14
suncokreti use lubuntu, and i was install xfce23:14
suncokretbut it is same issue under xfce23:14
ObrienDaveit's the light locker issue (probably not the right name)23:15
suncokretdo you use xubuntu?23:19
ObrienDavemost *ubuntu are the same, just a different DE (Desktop Environment)23:27
suncokretyes, and some programs23:27
ObrienDaveare you logged into XFCE?23:28
suncokretno i am now in lxde23:29
suncokretthey are very similar to me23:29
suncokretbut lxde is lighter23:29
ObrienDaveyes, but i'm not sure if they use the same power manager23:30
ObrienDavecan you log into XFCE? then we can check your power manager settings23:30
suncokreti think that xfce used same power manager23:31
ObrienDaveok, let's check your settings please23:31
suncokretmaybe i can download in synaptic some other power manager23:32
ObrienDaveor just log into XFCE :)23:32
suncokretnow i see23:33
suncokretlxde use xfce power manager23:33
ObrienDaveok, start it23:33
suncokreti start it23:33
ObrienDaveok, general, from the top....23:34
ObrienDavealways show icon....23:35
knomeObrienDave, please don't spam the channel.23:35
ObrienDavecheck monitor power management control23:35
ObrienDaveknome, was not spamming, 3 settings the same in a row, sorry23:36
suncokreti don't have same23:36
suncokreti have23:36
suncokretwhen batery is present23:36
suncokretnothing, nothing23:36
suncokretmonitor power checked23:37
ObrienDavecheck show notifications23:37
knomesuncokret, please do not use enter as punctuation...23:37
knomeyou can use !pastebin or !imagebin for transfering information23:37
suncokretso can you continue23:38
ObrienDavesuncokret, i'm trying to give you my settings23:38
suncokretcontinue, please23:39
ObrienDavelet me do some imagebins so people dont get angry ;P23:39
ubottuScreenshots can be made with the [PrtScr] button. Want to show us a screenshot of your problem? Upload an image to http://imgur.com/23:39
xubuntu023hi there23:44
knomexubuntu023, hello23:47
ObrienDavesuncokret, those are my settings23:48
suncokretthanks... now i see why your screen don't lock...23:49
suncokretbecause you set "put display to sleep..." and "switch off display" to never23:50
ObrienDavethe screen shuts off occasionally, but does not lock23:50
suncokreti din't know how shut off when you set to "never" :)23:51
ObrienDaveeven with my settings, i'm not sure why screen goes blank.23:52

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