hencylokeTJ-: isn't that how the world for programmers always has been? :)00:00
Cuybeit's unpacking alot00:00
TJ-hencyloke: see e.g/ http://guac-dev.org/00:00
hencylokeTJ-: that looks really handy! going to look into that now00:01
stiv2k_how do i tell ubuntu to stop leaving me at the GRUB menu when it falsely thinks the computer didnt shut down properly?00:04
iamryanKry_Kry: l0l00:04
daftykinsstiv2k_: ah there's some GRUB config value somewhere, see if i can dig it up00:05
daftykinsstiv2k_: first google result - http://askubuntu.com/questions/178091/how-to-disable-grubs-menu-from-showing-up-after-failed-boot00:05
iamryanAxiom_: more like african american slang term00:06
FabianoAlguém ai mexe com allegro?00:08
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TJ-!pt | Fabiano00:10
ubottuFabiano: Por favor, use #ubuntu-br para ajuda em português. Para entrar no canal por favor faça "/join #ubuntu-br" sem as aspas. Para a comunidade local portuguêsa, use #ubuntu-pt. Obrigada.00:10
FabianoTJ-, sorry, i was distracted00:11
stiv2k_daftykins: thanks00:12
ObrienDaveIvan___, /join #ubuntu-server00:12
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CuybeOH GOD00:18
CuybeI think the laptop died00:18
ObrienDavewhat makes you think that?00:19
daftykinscyphase: screen blanks for a screensaver, press a key00:20
daftykins(like Ctrl)00:20
daftykinsoops wrong guy00:20
daftykinscyphase: sorry00:20
daftykinsCuybe: ^00:20
CuybeLaptop died00:20
CuybeWhat can I do to continue the operation?00:21
CuybeOr what is the next course of action?00:22
ObrienDavedefine "died"00:22
CuybeBattery had no juice left in it00:22
CuybeI am splitting the charger between the laptop installing ubuntu, and the laptop I am speaking to you all on.00:22
CuybeAnd this laptop is about to die00:22
Cuybeand I thought the other had the good battery in it.00:23
ObrienDaveyou don't want to do major installs on battery00:23
CuybeYeah I know, I made a mitage00:23
daftykinsCuybe: boot, "sudo apt-get -f install"00:23
daftykinsCuybe: and stop making silly mistakes00:23
CuybeThis laptop will die before the operation is done00:23
Cuybeall I can see is00:24
Cuybe"was interrupted, you must manually ?????????????????????????? 'sudo dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem.00:24
daftykinsCuybe: if you're going to continue in here, can you please stop using the ENTER key as punctuation. it's incredibly annoying00:24
CuybeYeah, yeah00:25
Beldarstiv2k_, Any modifications to grub? Have you run sudo update-grub?00:25
Cuybeso should I initiate sudo dpkg --cofigure -a?00:26
daftykinsCuybe: what do you think?00:26
CuybeWhat I think isn't always the correct answer00:26
CuybeSo it's best to ask00:26
CuybeAlright, well I'm gonna do it.00:28
stonnerubuntu vs debian, which is the best?00:28
CuybeMatters why you need'm00:28
Beldar!ot | stonner00:28
ubottustonner: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!00:28
alexandros_cstonner, it depends on your needs00:29
cpinedhello....I have a network problem with a RHEL install inside of Virtual box.00:29
stonneralexandros_c adavanced user needs00:29
daftykinscpined: i can think of two channels more relevant to you than this one00:29
alexandros_cgentoo, arch, and lfs00:30
daftykinsan advanced user would not have asked that question00:31
Beldaralexandros_c, take it to a proper channel like #ubuntu-offtopic00:31
alexandros_cBeldar, I was only answering a person question00:31
stonnerdaftykinds the question wasnot for you00:32
Ben64that question is offtopic, so it belongs in #ubuntu-offtopic along with any answers00:32
stonneralexandros_c thx very much00:32
CuybeIt wasn't for him, it was for everyone.00:32
CuybeYou asked a very broad, open question for anyone to answer.00:32
daftykinsstonner: unlucky, you got a response anyway00:33
CuybeYou can't blame him for answering00:33
daftykinsCuybe: do not get involved00:33
alexandros_cstonner np00:33
CuybeSorry, you seem to think that was about you?00:33
Ridley5TJ- -----> bum is the equivelent GUI of initctl00:33
CuybeIt didn't matter who it was, my opinion was going to be shared. That was dumb.00:34
stonnersomeone has nvidia problems on ubuntu? nvidia has fallen problem??00:37
cpinedhello, can someone please tell which channel I need for RHEL?00:38
daftykinsstonner: perhaps if you tell us what language you speak we can direct you to a better channel00:38
daftykins!alis | cpined00:38
ubottucpined: alis is a services bot that can help you find channels. Read "/msg alis help list" . For more help or questions relating to alis, please join #freenode. Example usage: /msg alis list #ubuntu* or /msg alis list *http*00:38
stonnerdaftykins you should not respond if you dont know what i am talking about00:39
Ben64stonner: "nvidia has fallen problem??" makes no sense at all. ask a real question and someone here can probably give you an answer00:40
stonnerBen64, my computer freezes, and the fans runs 100%, after that i need to press power button to shutdown. i see in the logs the message: nvidia has fallen of bus.00:41
daftykinsstonner: drop the attitude, i can't help that your English is poor00:42
daftykinsinstall a different version.00:42
stonnerdaftykins go to hell00:42
daftykinscan't make everyone happy. especially the idiots.00:43
TJ-Ridley5: bootup-manager does not work with Upstart's jobs in /etc/init/, which is what initctl primarily controls; bootup-manager only deals with the SysV-init scripts in /etc/init/00:43
stonnerdaftykins really?! you never will be happy00:43
Cuybedaftykins: ALRT! /dev/mapper/JoBuntu--vg-root does not exist. Dropping to a shell!00:44
Ridley5yes TJ- i wonder why teamspeak3 daemon wont display i want to disable it00:44
Ridley5no way00:44
daftykinsCuybe: address the channel, i'm off for the night00:44
CuybeWait, could you atleast gimme a hint?00:44
CuybeOh cmoooonn fellaaa00:45
CuybeYou've helped me so much already00:45
CuybeWhat's one little tip?00:45
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CuybeI bet TJ can handle it00:46
CuybeTJ: Hey TJ, can you give me a hand with this? "ALERT! /dev/mapper/JoBuntu--vg-root does not exist. Dropping to a shell!"00:46
TJ-Cuybe: That means that the root file-system could not be found ( /dev/mapper/JoBuntu--vg-root ) which suggests the "JoBuntu" LVM Volume Group wasn't found.00:46
Cuybe*nod nod*00:47
CuybeI just finished installing I believe.00:47
TJ-Cuybe: did this happen directly from the reboot after the ubuntu-desktop packages were installed?00:47
eclaif i insert my ubuntu disk and format my hdd00:49
eclawill it be formated exclusively?00:49
eclai mean,will it erase everything in the disk?ty00:49
electricprismMeld won't compare files when I do a DIFF directory comparison, is anyone else having this problem?00:50
OerHeksecla, if you select "use whole disk' then yes.00:50
OerHeks* incl new mbr00:50
eclaoh ok00:50
eclai think i got malware00:50
eclathatts why i want to erase everything00:51
OerHeksecla, use whole disk and you'll be fine00:51
TJ-Cuybe: try "lvm vgchange -ay" that ought to find the VG and activate the LV(s)00:51
eclaok thanks00:51
Cuybenow active00:51
Cuybesudo reboot?00:51
TJ-Cuybe: No00:52
TJ-Cuybe: "exit"00:52
CuybeI may have rebooted.00:53
TJ-Cuybe "may have" ?00:53
CuybeIt's certainly possible.00:53
electricprismWhat DIFF tools do devs here use?00:54
CuybeWell I have a nice ubuntu splash screen00:55
CuybeStill waiting though00:55
Beldarelectricprism, If you have a support issue state it.01:01
stiv2k_Beldar: no and no01:01
Beldarstiv2k_, Is it fixed?01:02
electricprismMy current DIFF tool WinMerge doesn't do a file & directory comparison at the same time, I need the best DIFF I can01:02
OerHeksWhat diff tools? are there more diff tools than diff?01:02
OerHeksdiff -qr dir1 dir2 | sort01:02
electricprismI prefer one with a GUI, but will use diff if theres no alternative01:02
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eclahello guys01:08
eclacan i ask a question?01:08
jellow!ask | ecla01:09
ubottuecla: 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 !patience01:09
eclai am a new linux uer01:09
eclawhat is ctcp?01:09
FevixHow do I add Universe source through terminal?01:09
eclaand also01:10
eclai have gnome installed01:10
eclaif i download software from ubuntu software center and install gnome extensions from the gnome website will i be infected with malware?01:10
Fevixecla: CTCP Is an IRC protocol where clients can more or less directly talk to eachother and get information. Client-To-Client Protocol is used for things like finding out what client they're using, finding out the pnig between you and them, and other things.01:11
eclafevix someone used this on me01:11
eclado you think he got information?01:11
Beldar!av | ecla01:12
ubottuecla: Antivirus is something you don't need on !Linux. except where files are then passed to Windows computers (perhaps using samba), See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Antivirus01:12
FevixThis information is not something you should worry about.01:12
OerHekssudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu $(lsb_release -sc) main universe restricted multiverse"01:12
eclai dont want my pc to get infected01:12
FevixWhat was the CTCP request?01:12
eclaa ping one01:12
eclasomeone send my a ctcp request01:13
FevixPing is used only to determine how long it takes messages to get to someone and back01:13
eclaand i thught he installeed backdoors on my pc01:13
eclaso i wiped out the hard drive01:13
eclain order to be sure01:13
eclai am scared01:14
Fevix.... That's a rather extreme reaction to someone pinging you01:14
Fevixsay CTCP can not be used to install anything to your computer01:14
eclawell i am not familiar with unix like systems01:15
eclathe only thing i know is windows01:15
FevixCTCP is ANY IRC chat01:15
FevixEven Windows IRC chats01:15
FevixMac, Linux...01:15
eclai even formated my router firmware01:15
FevixEven IRC chats for self-made operating systems01:15
eclai thought he installed a dns changer01:15
OerHeksecla, after install, install the gufw ( firewall gui) and enable it in system settings and yo u'll be fine01:15
FevixA CTCP request is nothing bad.01:16
eclayes i did installed this firewall oerheks01:16
FevixAt worst, he finds out what OS you're running and what client you're using01:16
eclai was very extreme then01:16
OerHeksCTCP him back :-D01:16
FevixThat's literally the worst thing you can do with CTCP01:16
eclaoh really01:16
FevixHere, more reading: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Client-to-client_protocol01:16
eclaso no boot sector trojans?01:16
Extremeit basically just sends message to the client, and the client can respond to the command however it wants to01:17
eclai am pleased01:17
FevixExactly what Extreme said01:17
FevixThink of it this way01:17
FevixYour client has a piece of paper01:17
FevixOn this paper are certain phrases.01:17
unix4linuxDoes anyone know what package would contain gtar?01:17
OerHeks!find gtar01:17
ubottuFile gtar found in amanda-client, amanda-common, debmake, devscripts, lazarus-doc-1.0.10, openvas-plugins-dfsg, postgresql-server-dev-9.3, python-gtk2-tutorial, yash01:17
BeldarFevix, can yo lay off the enter they know now.01:18
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akimis there a way to setup a video streaming server ubuntu?01:18
unix4linuxubottu: I installed devscripts but I still can't call up the command01:18
ubottuunix4linux: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)01:18
akimi need to stream some wmv files01:18
eclai will installed clamav01:18
eclaand one last thing01:19
eclahow can i stealth my ports on linux?01:19
* ObrienDave starts folding up tin foil hats01:19
FevixOff of that topic.... Is there any reason programs would be freezing up on a more or less fresh install on a computer that belts out 300 FPS in Win7 Minecraft? I have hardly anything running01:19
Beldarakim, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wmv01:20
Beldarwmv is a container01:20
akimBeldar, that doesnt help me :(01:20
unix4linuxOerHeks: i install debmake and devscripts but gtar still doesn't come up01:20
rcremotehow to use vpnc with 3des encryption01:20
akimwell i have wmv files, so how would i stream them via my ubuntu machine??01:20
OerHeksakim, if those wmv files are drm protected, no go01:20
eclacan someone tell me01:20
Beldarakim, it should as what you requested does not make sense./01:21
eclahow can i stealth my ports?01:21
akimOerHeks, the files arent drm protected01:22
akimit's just internal video files i need to stream to my lemmings01:22
OerHeksakim i never tried, but vlc should be able to >>   vlc rtsp://<folder>/<file>.wmv01:27
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plmjust a curious: is possible to have a static ip in a interface eth0 and add a alias eth0:0 where eth0:0 is DHCP?01:40
ubottuOfficial channel logs can be found at http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/ . LoCo channels are now logged there too.01:44
dcwilliams_VADoes anyone know who the Canonical commercial sales rep is for the east coast?01:46
therock1913i kneed to know u ubuntu better than any other linux distribution?01:47
* ObrienDave shoots google translate01:48
therock1913i kneed to know u ubuntu better than any other linux distribution?01:48
krabadorubuntu is one of the easiest01:48
krabadortherock1913, you're a linux expert?01:49
therock1913no, i am new to linux01:49
riobeIs it possible to remap the alt+f2 mapping to be some other hotkey? I don't know where to find it since it's not in the system settings->keyboard->shortcuts menu (that I see). No luck on google yet either.01:49
krabadortherock1913, then it would really good, if you begin with ubuntu01:50
krabadorthen, if you want learing about linux world, you can choose other01:50
riobeNevermind, figured it out using http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1909656. Installed and used CompizConfig Settings Manager.01:53
wafflejockneed help with lynis wondering if anyone knows how to run the PCI compliance or other compliance scans? can't seem to find anything in the docs or man page01:56
wafflejocktherock1913: there are lots of distributions or forks of Ubuntu as well and Ubuntu itself is a fork of Debian which had a pretty wide user base, plus Ubuntu itself is put together by Canonical a company that focuses on creating a user friendly desktop version of Linux01:59
iancurtishwafflejock: Looks like this might help you http://www.isaca.org/Groups/Professional-English/pci-compliance/GroupDocuments/Meet%20PCI%20DSS%20Requirements%20with%20FOSS.pdf02:01
wafflejockthanks iancurtish02:01
iancurtishCould you repeat your question plm? I just logged on.02:02
iancurtishwafflejock: np02:02
xNineso I installed Xubuntu and decided to use Ubuntu instead, ran sudo apt-get purge xubuntu-desktop but I still get the xubuntu boot screen and login screen, how can I remove those totally?02:04
wafflejockiancurtish: I'm not actually storing full credit card info but would like the server to be as secure as possible... lynis is a nice tool for auditing and suggesting fixes but it mentions PCI-DSS in the output but says [NA] and not sure if it's just part of the enterprise version or if I'm just not finding the flag for it02:05
wafflejockhelpful doc with lots of other tools though02:05
BeldarxNine, Try sudo apt-get autoremove desktops are meta packages removing is a al ot of packages the de share02:05
xNineBeldar: what is the command?02:06
shay_shayHe just told you -_-02:07
BeldarxNine, Just reinstall the ubuntu-desktop it will swith the splash02:07
xNineso remove and install?02:08
wafflejockxNine: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop --reinstall02:08
BeldarxNine, removing whole desktops is not beginners task.02:08
xNineperhaps I should just back up everything and install clean from an Ubuntu DVD02:09
wafflejockyeah does ubuntu usually use plymouth for the boot loading screen?  Pretty sure that's what it was I had to install last time I lost mine02:09
BeldarxNine, Many of us have multiple desktops.02:10
* miraiE as well02:10
Beldarwithin a strings of sentences maybe02:11
a-thi everyone can someone help me please i installed lbuntu xbmc i can't connect to my wifi using linux command i got wpa2 hiten network02:28
riobeIs there a way to set a hotkey for the "Always show on visible workspace" functionality? This would be so I don't have to right click the title bar and select it, but could just press a key combo.02:30
riobeIt doesn't seem to be a shortcut in "System Settings->Keyboard->Shortcuts->Navigation" and I can't find it in compiz config.02:30
riobeI'm in the default unity. I know KDE has a hotkey for this I could set but I'd rather not switch.02:32
Beldarriobe, You have to right-click on the title bar, when the window is not maximized and select Always on visible workspace02:34
riobeCan I not map a hotkey to that?02:35
Beldarno idea02:35
riobeAh, ok. That's what I'm trying to figure out how to do.02:35
ZZRMikeIs there a functional difference between "rm -r" and "rmdir"?02:44
b0xrm -rf02:46
CountryfiedLinuxIs there a way to set the launcher panel to intellihide/window dodge?02:52
IVBakerwhat do you mean? the unity panel to hide automatically?02:52
IVBakerCountryfieldLinux: look for the Unity Tweak Tool I think02:53
CountryfiedLinuxNo ivaldi I mean window dodge. A window covers it and it moves out of the way, then reveals when moused over to it or when the window moves out of the way02:53
CountryfiedLinuxI meant IVBaker sorry ivaldi02:53
CountryfiedLinuxIVBaker, like with docks02:53
IVBakerlike with mac?02:54
IVBakerCountryfiedLinux maybe look at: cairo-dock02:55
CountryfiedLinuxI meant add the same functionality to Unity launcher panel02:55
CountryfiedLinuxIVBaker, I'm currently using Docky02:55
IVBakerCountryfieldLinux there is the Unity Tweak Tool, you can auto hide the panel, I think that's the closest of what you need that I can find02:57
IVBakerthe launcher panel*02:57
IVBakerHi, I have a minor issue since a recent update, my terminal doesn't follow the profile I set. It's always background black/purple with white writing02:58
IVBakereven if I edited the profile in the preferences02:58
CountryfiedLinuxIVBaker, In that case Docky it is then :P thanks02:59
IVBakerCountryfiedLinux: you're welcome03:00
CountryfiedLinuxIVBaker, And set the unity launcher panel to autohide and reveal sensitivity all the way down so I never have to see it pop out. That is unless I visit the dash, which is almost never.03:01
CountryfiedLinuxOh gotta recommend something here. www.fixubuntu.com if you want your privacy :)03:02
BeldarCountryfiedLinux, Don't post that garbage it can be turned off in the OS.03:03
CountryfiedLinuxI know Beldar but it's a nice shortcut03:03
BeldarCountryfiedLinux, No it's not and offtopic.03:03
CountryfiedLinuxIt's definitely Ubuntu related Beldar but I digress.03:04
Beldarnobodies privacy is exsposed that is just fud03:04
BeldarCountryfiedLinux, read the channel coc, that is not even close to ubuntu support03:04
IVBakercan we stick to my problem please?03:05
BeldarIVBaker, YOur problem will be taken care of by someone who knows, do not demand help.03:05
CountryfiedLinuxWell the IP logs are encrypted but encryption is never 100% secure. I agree there's no real reason for alarm though, but just thought that would be helpful for some. And I did say I digress, so let's digress :)03:06
optrusty_hi i am trying to make a UEFI bootable ubuntu usb in UBUNTU. I have tried unetbootin and restore disk image no offense to ubuntu but it formats my USB Drive to UDF03:06
CountryfiedLinuxWeird issue IVBaker the terminal here saves settings.03:07
Beldaroptrusty_, UEFI is in the iso, it is not the lodaing of the usb03:07
Beldar!uefi | optrusty_ might help03:08
ubottuoptrusty_ might help: UEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. It is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI03:08
IVBakerAdditional info on my problem, I use a gnome flashback session with ubuntu 14.0403:08
optrusty_Beldar: well i have a different issuse even if there is ""UEFI"" on the iso i cant boot up i even disabled secure boot03:09
Beldaroptrusty_, what is can't boot from your point of view?03:09
optrusty_Beldar: i shouldve bought windows 703:10
Beldaroptrusty_, Is this a UEFI computer? W8 can be msdos installed if that is what you have.03:11
optrusty_beldar: I said UEFI bootable03:11
Beldaroptrusty_, YOU are not making any sense nor answering questions.03:12
optrusty_beldar: ok ok It came with w803:13
optrusty_Beldar: have you gone AFK03:15
trap_exitis ther a simpler way to install webdav ?03:19
trap_exitI'd prefer no apache03:19
trap_exiti.e. I just want a webdav, nothing else03:20
trap_exitI don't want ti to be part of an apache module03:20
maujhsnThanks for posting this page https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI03:20
optrusty_im back beldar anything you said while i was gone03:25
somsiptrap_exit: what web server would you prefer to use?03:28
trap_exitsomsip: I was hoping "apt-get me-an-web-dav-server"03:29
trap_exitthen I just configure thre password file and point it at a directory to be the root directory03:29
trap_exitjust worked through https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-configure-webdav-access-with-apache-on-ubuntu-12-0403:29
trap_exitlet's sse it it works03:29
Flanneltrap_exit: You need an HTTP server, you could use one that isn't apache though.  Both lighttpd and nginx have webdav modules (and I imagine other servers do too) (although nginx may not have the webdav module in the repos, I don't know)03:29
somsiptrap_exit: Webdav appears to be "a method for allowing remote access to local folders via an HTTP-based web browser." So you need something to serve pages over HTTP, which is a web server. Hence, apache (or others as Flannel has said)03:30
wafflejocktrap_exit: ^ yup and if you're dealing with setting up a web server probably good to learn a bit about the web server itself if you expect things to be at all secure03:31
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trap_exitdamn it03:31
trap_exitapparentlhy I need https too03:31
* trap_exit curses at omnifocus03:32
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trap_exitoff to learn how to do https with apache03:32
wafflejocktrap_exit: it's not too bad03:32
wafflejocktrap_exit: just a matter of getting/making a certificate and pointing to it in the apache config03:32
trap_exithttps://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-create-a-ssl-certificate-on-apache-for-ubuntu-14-04 here we go03:32
ubottuLAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process.03:34
FlannelThat page goes through all of that as well.03:34
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Voidwalkrok i just installed ubuntu server and it's booting directly into terminal03:54
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Voidwalkri can't add any packages because network is disabled, what are the commands to enable the wifi network?03:55
Voidwalkror connect to a specific  network03:55
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laze1989Does anyone know how to dig deeper to make my laptop resume on lid open? It works under Windows. I've already made a post about this half a year ago (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2203563).03:58
somsipVoidwalkr: have you installed this on a server or on a computer you want to use a desktop on?03:59
Voidwalkryea i installed it on a laptop, i want to be able to use it as a desktop as well04:00
somsipVoidwalkr: install a more appropriate version then. If you don't want Unity as your desktop, maybe Lubuntu or Xubuntu would be better. But server edition on a laptop....? Maybe not so helpful04:01
Voidwalkrno i want unity actually04:03
somsipVoidwalkr: install from the standard ISO then04:03
Voidwalkrhow do i enable wifi network from the terminal so i can install unity on it?04:03
somsipVoidwalkr: no idea. I don't use wifi04:03
Voidwalkrdamn now i'll have to reinstall it again04:04
Voidwalkrwhat a bummer04:04
Voidwalkrwhy don't you use wifi? are you crazy?04:04
hosiaharchive.ubuntu.com down for everyone? Can't install or update anything, keep getting 404, not found, not authenticated, etc.04:10
Beldarhosiah, what does lsb_release -a say04:11
hosiahNo LSB modules are available.04:12
hosiahDistributor ID:LinuxMint04:12
hosiahDescription:Linux Mint 14 Nadia04:12
Beldar!mint | hosiah04:12
ubottuhosiah: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org04:12
hosiahUm, well, yeah, but when I check the package download progress, the Mint servers are loading but the Unubuntu packages aren't04:13
Beldarhosiah, Might be an eol, but never the less not supported04:13
hosiahCome on, surely this would be a simple yes/n if there's a problem with the server end reported?04:13
hosiahk thanks anyway04:14
Beldarhosiah, If the ubuntu link does not say precise or trusty it is eol04:15
AshinuI had Ubuntu on my laptop's HDD. The one and only OS on it. I accidently deleted the partition that had important Ubuntu stuff on it like root, etc. No I am unable to boot into Ubuntu. I've tried Live booting it via DVD, USB booting it, but it doesn't read them at all.04:15
Ashinucan anyone please help me?04:15
laze1989Current Mint version is 17. Seems that your Ubuntu it works on is too old.04:15
AshinuI do not mind losing the data. I just want to boot something, thats all.04:15
laze1989(hosiah) I can update with Ubuntu 14.04 w/o problems.04:16
BeldarAshinu, are you on a live cd?04:16
Beldarerr dvd/usb04:16
Ashinuno, now I am on a desktop running windows 8.1.04:16
hosiahk, what is 'eol'? end-of-life?04:16
llamasarecoolcan anybody help me with making a boot-able usb stick on mac04:16
AshinuI have also tried live booting both via usb as well dvd things and tools like rescatux, Gpart, Slitaz... but all are ignored.04:17
BeldarAshinu, all we can do is have you boot a live and run some commands04:17
llamasarecoollike i get to the last step (the sudo command) and i type it in and it asks for my password but it it like frozen and it won't let me type anything04:18
AshinuBeldar, but the thing is... neither the DVD nor the USB are being detected, To make matters worse, I cannot access the BIOS anymore. But the last BIOS config had USB, followed by CD/DVD and then HDD04:18
llamasarecoolthis has happened like 3 times04:18
BeldarAshinu, Make sure the usb and or disc is bootable on another computer, have you changes anything in the bios between the dlete and not being able to access it?04:20
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unopasteincog you have been muted for 60 seconds as it looks like you are pasting lots of lines into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com and paste just the URL of your data here when you are unmuted04:20
AshinuBeldar, they are bootable. I checked both on a separate desktop as well as another laptop.04:20
AshinuSuppose I disconnect my corrupt harddisk of my laptop, insert a live CD and boot into Ubuntu. Then I connect the corrupted harddisk... will Ubuntu detect it?04:21
BeldarAshinu, No idea, maybe.04:21
AshinuBeldar, any idea why any of the dvd nor usb are getting detected?04:22
BeldarAshinu, Not really only uefi setup I have messed with was no problem, a friends.04:23
AshinuBeldar, the way I see it, there's only one way to fix it. That is, to completely format it the right way, which will remove all the corrupt partitions. Do you happen to know some tools that would allow me to do it? Either a tool in Ubuntu or a Linux flavor?04:24
BeldarAshinu, Try shutting it off remove the battery and the power cord than try again04:24
AshinuBeldar, oh yeah....I haven't tried that... gimme a minute... I'll try that now.04:24
bentinataanyone know why xf86explorer key not work as shortcut?04:25
Beldarbentinata, Not every keyboard will have one, not mapped probably04:28
AshinuBeldar, nope... still not booting from it.04:29
Macerhow well does an iphone work with ubuntu nowadays?04:30
Maceri'd love to be able to sync music using it :/04:30
BeldarAshinu, Are you shutting down the computer completely? Did you change the bios before this happened?04:30
xanguaMacer: the fast answer is you can't count on apple04:31
xanguacount with apple*04:31
AshinuYes, the laptop is shut down completely. I'm positive. And no, I've never changed the BIOS. I've tried updating it eons ago, but it said it was the latest one, so no changes at all to it.04:31
bentinataBeldar, can we map keyboard manually?04:31
bentinataBeldar, xev show it was pressed04:31
Beldarbentinata, somewhat yes.04:31
Macerxangua: haha04:31
Macerxangua: well i know it can be mounted nowdays04:31
Macerbut i'm sure the sync is jacked up :?04:32
AshinuBeldar, Yes, the laptop is shut down completely. I'm positive. And no, I've never changed the BIOS. I've tried updating it eons ago, but it said it was the latest one, so no changes at all to it.04:32
BeldarAshinu, If it were me I would look at the manual, and google that computer with the issues, and maybe ask in ##windows, and last call the manufacturer help on getting to the b ios.04:33
bentinataBeldar, okay thanks, will go for research a bit04:34
AshinuBeldar, yes that is the last resort that I have. I just wanted to fix the problem on my own. Because now that my laptop is out of warranty, who knows what they'll charge...04:34
BeldarAshinu, There may be some key combo you hit at some point which changes this, just guessing really.04:34
AshinuBedlar, I'm trying the same thing too lol04:34
TJ-Morning :)04:34
BeldarAshinu, Give it another description here04:35
Beldarthe access issues04:36
OERIASAuferstanden aus Ruinen04:38
AshinuBeldar, a question.... what format does a USB have to be, in order to be detected in the BIOS itself? Is it NTFS, exFAT, or FAT32?04:38
BeldarAshinu, Ubuntu would go on a fat3204:39
Beldar!gr | OERIAS04:39
ubottuOERIAS: #ubuntu-gr και #kubuntu-gr για Έλληνες χρηστές  /  #ubuntu-gr kai #kubuntu-gr gia Ellhnes xrhstes04:39
Beldarerr OERIAS Can you speak english04:40
TJ-Ashinu: For Floppy-disk emulation mode, no partition-table and FAT12/16; for HDD emulation mode, MBR P.T. + 1 active primary partition (possibly GPT + 1 EFI SP)04:40
rwwBeldar: !de04:40
rwwand OERIAS is perfectly capable of speaking English :)04:40
BeldarI thought so04:41
OERIASI speak Canadian ENglish04:41
OERIASI was just sharing a beautiful phrase.04:41
rwwokay, mostly capable, anyway04:42
rwwOERIAS: share it in a non-support channel.04:42
OERIASooops! I thought this was the offtopic channel, sorry04:42
bentinataBeldar, ahh manually bind key using ccsm helps04:43
Beldarbentinata, Cool.04:43
AshinuTJ-, thank you04:43
AshinuBeldar, okay04:43
TJ-Ashinu: Do you have an UEFI SecureBoot/QuickBoot issue?04:45
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sonu_prajapa"hi there"05:00
ceibalhablen en españollll05:01
sonu_prajapapls talk in english05:01
Beldar!es | ceibal05:01
ubottuceibal: 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.05:01
CrypticByteI have a future question but i was wondering if its something that a plan has already been made for.  It seems like the video card compainies are supporting wayland how will that affect ubuntu with Mir?05:24
CountryfiedLinuxHow come there's no Empathy PPA?05:31
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CountryfiedLinuxHow come there's no PPA for Empathy?05:49
Blue_Hathi guys05:50
Blue_Hathaving problems with my ubuntu 14.0405:51
TJ-CountryfiedLinux: because no-one has created one05:51
Blue_HatI only get the cursor on startup and nothing05:51
Blue_HatI get notifications05:51
Blue_Hatbut no wallpaper no panels nothing05:51
CountryfiedLinuxTJ-, there used to be one but it was removed.05:51
Blue_HatI can only run applications with Alt+F205:51
TJ-CountryfiedLinux: That's up to the individual developer; PPAs are private publishing facilities05:52
jnhghyHi, I got an update-manager error: http://pastebin.com/wgYNyGbi is this a known bug? or is it only my computer? it's ubuntu 12.0405:52
Voidwalkrwhy do people still run version 12?05:54
CountryfiedLinux12 what Voidwalkr ?05:55
jnhghyVoidwalkr: 12 it's not eof05:55
jnhghyVoidwalkr: why do people still run xp?05:55
Voidwalkrubuntu what else05:56
Voidwalkri don't know, xp is dead05:56
Voidwalkri was thinking maybe because when you upgrade the whole thing hits the fan05:56
Voidwalkrlike i upgraded to version 14 from 13 and it won't boot05:56
Voidwalkrnow i have to fresh reinstall it05:57
Voidwalkrcan't even just reinstall, i have to delete the partition first before it would allow a fresh install from the usb05:57
Voidwalkrwhich means i had to get into windows to run a partition program05:57
TJ-Voidwalkr: usually the fix is simply to identify the cause of the boot failure and solve that05:58
Voidwalkrhow would i do that?05:58
Voidwalkri couldn't even get to a terminal session05:58
Voidwalkrjust some text and a dead cursor05:58
TJ-Voidwalkr: Identifying that "just some text" would probably help fix the boot issue since it would show at what stage the boot failed06:00
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linsoncan i use nic bonding to connect two ubuntu desktops @ 2 gbps speed with two nic on each pc without switch06:25
ikonialinson: yes, but it's not that simple06:26
chaps_hansonIs there something like windows management instrumentation for Ubuntu?06:26
chaps_hansonor linux in general?06:27
chaps_hansonCome on Ubuntu...I'm counting on you06:28
chaps_hansonpull through for me06:28
* chaps_hanson chants on06:28
mong00seno idea what windows management instrumentation is06:29
mong00seif you can describe what it is you actually want to do, maybe someone will know06:29
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chaps_hansonmong00se: It allows remote management of hardware/retrieves information about hardware, programatically06:30
chaps_hansonIt's very useful for sys admins06:30
chaps_hansonI'm currently trying to migrate my network (entirely) to ubuntu. But I have to prepare everything first06:30
chaps_hansonI've read that it is useful to retrieve information fro /proc and /sys filesystems06:31
chaps_hansonHowever I have 0 experience in that06:31
Yevgenyis there a centos channel without registered name06:35
mong00sechaps_hanson: there are a diversity of tools to let ou do that kind of thing with linux based systems... what programming language do you prefer ?06:35
somsip!alis | Yevgeny06:35
ubottuYevgeny: alis is a services bot that can help you find channels. Read "/msg alis help list" . For more help or questions relating to alis, please join #freenode. Example usage: /msg alis list #ubuntu* or /msg alis list *http*06:35
linsonis there any way to install without internet.....like .exe file in ms windows06:35
chaps_hansonmong00se: java/c#/c06:36
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mong00sechaps_hanson: http://www.getchef.com/chef/  http://www.ansible.com/home  <--- either of these is a decent place to start when it comes to learning how to automate linux infrastructure programmatically06:37
mong00sethey are mature tools each with a large community06:37
chaps_hansonmong00se: thank you very much06:37
chaps_hansonsee yah06:37
mong00se:) have fun, cya06:38
wafflejocklinson: .deb files06:38
wafflejocklinson: apt-get really just fetches debian packages for you .deb files and dpkg is the program that you can use to install them manually (basically extracts them and triggers a few scripts in the .deb file along the way)06:39
wafflejocklinson: you can also use dpkg -L packagename to see the files the package extracted06:40
ubottudeb is the Debian package format, also used by Ubuntu. To install .deb files, simply double-click (in Ubuntu) or click (in Kubuntu) on them to start the GDebi utility.06:41
ubottudpkg is the Debian package maintenance system, which together with apt forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit.06:41
linson@wafflejock can i use it in my desktop ubuntu06:41
wafflejocklinson: yeah if you have default Unity install pretty sure it will open in the software center by default06:41
Guest4820hello all06:42
ubuntexist some software similar dragon speaker in linux?06:42
wafflejockubunt: probably not voice interpretation is very difficult06:42
wafflejockubunt: you mean dragon naturally speaking right?06:43
wafflejockubunt: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speech_recognition_in_Linux06:43
wafflejockI doubt if any of these are up to par though06:43
wafflejockDragon is expensive and has been in development for ever06:44
ubuntvoice interpretation -> write06:44
wafflejockyeah Speech to text that's what the link has06:44
Guest4820hello all, can I ask..?06:44
wafflejockbut IBM ViaVoice and Dragon were the only names in town when I was checking that stuff out06:44
wafflejock!ask | Guest482006:44
ubottuGuest4820: 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 !patience06:44
wafflejockubunt: I think Google has some speech to text stuff but not sure that it's integrated into ubuntu in any way06:45
wafflejockubunt: https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrome/demos/speech.html06:45
ubuntno no the idea is my voice(talk) -> then write in text file06:45
Guest4820ok, I'm sorry, I want know somthing06:46
ubuntdragon is better06:46
wafflejockubunt: yeah that's what I said06:47
wafflejockand speech to text is you talk and it writes text in a file06:47
ubuntthan google for voice interpretation06:47
wafflejockDragon is also like $80-$550 dollars depending on the package you get06:48
ubuntyes is so good because write a lot of lines in little time06:48
wafflejockGoogle's is free for everyone you see the difference :P06:48
ubuntoh no problem i have a crack06:48
cfhowlettubunt, https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=1356306:48
ubuntrun with wine?06:50
cfhowlettubunt, seems possible.06:50
YevgenyI get this error when I add some lines in visudo: visudo: >>> /etc/sudoers: syntax error near line 122 <<<.  And this is what I add(first step in this guide) http://www.rconfig.com/index.php/rconfig-support/guides/35-rconfig-installation-guide06:50
ubuntbuff i probe06:50
bipulHello may i know this sphirewall-core package exist in the ubuntu repository or not ?07:03
bipulsudo apt-cache search sphirewall-core.07:04
somsip!find sphirewall07:04
bipuli try this it's not working07:04
ubottuPackage/file sphirewall does not exist in trusty07:04
somsipbipul: ^^^07:04
bipul!find sphirewall-core07:04
ubottuPackage/file sphirewall-core does not exist in trusty07:04
bipulsee this package is being listed in debian repository but not in ubuntu why so?07:05
somsipbipul: because it's supported in debian but not by ubuntu07:05
Aaronsomsip, you got my message?07:06
somsipAaron: I don't reply to PMs. Ask your question here07:06
wafflejockbipul: different distros different package managers lots of differences, perhaps you can compile it yourself but apparently a package maintainer hasn't tried (maybe no demand) or it hasn't worked07:07
Aaronsomsip, that i download it a bot call, infobot; and now i'm trying to put the factoid; via a file that i download call apt_dump do you know how to insert that?07:07
somsipAaron: No idea07:07
Aarongot it ;)07:08
bipulwafflejock: I am happy to maintaine this package inside ubuntu repository07:08
somsip!packaging | bipul07:08
ubottubipul: The packaging guide is at http://developer.ubuntu.com/packaging/html/  - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDevelopment/NewPackages for information on getting a package integrated into Ubuntu - Other developer resources are at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDevelopment - See also !backports and !sponsoring07:08
bipulbut i don't know how to do that! can you please guide me07:08
wafflejockbipul: ^07:08
wafflejocksomsip: has got you covered07:08
bipulThank you.07:08
wafflejockyou can create a package for install then setup your own PPA or see if you can get the attention of some distor maintainers though I'm unsure the proper channels to do that07:09
Beldar!ko | kth07:20
ubottukth: 도움이 필요하시면 다음 채널에 조인하십시오. /join #ubuntu-ko07:20
ubuntsome massive conversor png to jpg?07:23
svenxubunt: imagemagick's 'convert' for example07:24
kththank ubottu07:24
bipulHello for requesting new packages, do i need to file a bug for that?07:26
afidegnumhello all, I do I find a human readable Disk size info and RAM info?07:26
wafflejockafidegnum: df -h07:27
PaowZ__afidegnum: disque size df07:27
afidegnumwhat about the RAM ?07:27
wafflejockfree -m07:28
wafflejockshows in megabytes07:28
wafflejockman free          for other options07:28
izaberaguys, please help x.x07:28
PaowZ__hi there !! my question is not ubuntu-related but since I'm running this distro, I ask my question there. It's about RS232 reading.. I read \n instead of \r char.. anyone has ever experienced this issue ?07:29
PaowZ__It's about flags to set, but I can't find the right combo..07:29
afidegnumplease I don't understand this issue, can youplease help?07:30
kam270what setfacl would i need to configure so that certian groups cant access certain files07:30
kam270we  are currently doing this :     setfacl -m group@:rwWxpaRc::allow DIR / Or File Name07:30
afidegnumFilesystem                                              Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on07:30
afidegnumrootfs                                                  1.8T  1.4T  335G  81% /07:30
afidegnumthis is a recent server I set up, I don't expect such overused and low hdd size07:30
wafflejockafidegnum: sudo apt-get install ncdu07:32
wafflejockafidegnum: then run sudo ncdu /07:32
wafflejockit will rank the directories based on disk usage07:32
izaberai made a mistake and i think i broke unity, nothing works anymore. i can't see my dash bar, nor the bar above. when i logged off, ubuntu prompted me what looked like a gnome login screen. how can i restart unity?07:33
wafflejockA typical ubuntu install will be something like 6GB by itself so there must be lots of something else on there07:33
wafflejockizabera: you can try sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop --reinstall07:33
ubottuk/ed/x/l/ubuntu-desktop is a metapackage. It depends upon other packages and brings them in; you can safely remove it, but it is recommended that you re-install it when upgrading.07:33
izaberaok will try it07:34
izaberawafflejock: done. now what? log out and back in?07:35
wafflejockizabera: would probably try a full reboot but log out and in might work07:35
izaberaokok full reboot07:35
wafflejocknp good luck07:35
ubuntsome massive conversor png to jpg?07:36
wafflejockubunt: as suggest earlier image-magick/morgify will do batch image conversion07:36
wafflejockubunt: http://www.imagemagick.org/07:37
wafflejockubunt: here's a sample command I use for batch converting large images into a more web friendly size07:39
wafflejockmogrify -path medium -thumbnail 600x600^ -gravity center -extent 600x600 -format jpg  -quality 90 *07:39
PaowZ__no suggestion for my issue ?07:39
wafflejockcreates 600x600 sized images in a folder called medium07:39
wafflejockPaowZ__: don't know anything about RS232 or what program you're trying to read the data with07:39
izaberawafflejock: didn't work :( ubuntu prompts a normal unity login screen at first, then i enter my passwords, compiz kicks in (all i see is the wallpaper though) and nothing else shows up07:40
wafflejockizabera: that sounds vaguely familiar but not sure what's wrong07:40
PaowZ__izabera: you're likely encountering an issue with your graphical driver.07:40
wafflejockyeah might be that ^07:40
PaowZ__izabera: check /var/log/Xorg.0.log07:41
wafflejockyou can also try !nomodeset07:41
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 parameter07:41
wafflejockthat is07:41
ubuntimagemagick don't close07:42
izaberawhat should i look for in /var/log/Xorg.0.log ?07:42
PaowZ__izabera: grep it for "EE" string07:43
ubunthow close image magick?07:43
PaowZ__I suspect GLX extension faliure07:43
izaberaPaowZ__: even if i do see my custom background? i can switch between workspaces and i see my custom background in each one of them07:44
PaowZ__izabera: do you see left bar menu ??07:44
wafflejockubunt: not sure what you  mean by close it... I don't use a GUI just the command line I pasted above07:45
wafflejockubunt: have it in a script that's in my path so if I need to resize a bunch of pictures into various sizes for the web I just run resizePictures.sh wherever07:45
wafflejockif you have lots of photos it will take some time07:45
wafflejockubunt: if you need to manually kill something you can use killall if you know the name of the process or just kill with the process id07:46
ubottuThe linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome), K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE), or Menu -> Accessories -> LXTerminal (LXDE). Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal07:46
izaberaPaowZ__: only my backgrounds. i tried a few keyboard shortcuts but the only ones that work are ctrl+alt+arrows to switch workspaces and ctrl+alt+Fn to switch tty07:47
izaberaso i'm guessing it's a unity problem07:47
PaowZ__izabera: what about Xorg logs ?? did you find any error ?07:47
izaberai don't even know what an error looks like in there -.-07:47
wafflejockyeah I wouldn't rule out the graphics card problem being a possibility07:48
PaowZ__izabera: cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log | grep EE07:48
wafflejockbeat me to it07:48
wafflejockcat /var/log/Xorg.0.log | grep EE -A5 -B5 -n07:48
wafflejockI'll extend it07:48
ubunthow know what id have imagemagick?07:49
izaberaPaowZ__ wafflejock there's only 1 error repeated twice, "Failed to load module fglrx"07:51
wafflejockizabera: also see the nomodeset link above07:51
wafflejockyeah that's your graphics driver07:51
PaowZ__izabera: we got our track..07:51
izaberawafflejock: mind posting it again? i don't know how to scroll my scren in irssi...07:51
PaowZ__izabera: what graphic card do you have ?07:51
PaowZ__lspci | grep VGA07:52
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 parameter07:52
izaberaradeon hd 824007:52
wafflejockk I gotta get to sleep good luck everyone07:52
izaberaon a acer aspire e1-52207:52
PaowZ__wafflejock: see ya.07:52
izaberahy wafflejock  ty07:52
PaowZ__izabera: did you upgrade your graphic card, recently ?07:53
PaowZ__it happens suddenly ??07:53
izaberai booted up my notebook and i found it07:53
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PaowZ__ok.. might be an automatic driver update, then..07:53
izaberabrowsing with lynx is a pain07:55
eeeeizabera: try elinks07:55
ikoniait's not a realistic solution07:55
ikoniawebsites expect proper browsers these days07:55
ubunti search PID of imagemagick with      ps -ef | grep ImageMagick     but i kill PID but don't close imagemagick08:01
Ben64ubunt: what is that grep actually returning08:01
ubuntaukun    31392 31357  0 09:58 pts/4    00:00:00 grep --color=auto ImageMagick08:02
Ben64yeah, thats the grep command you're trying to kill, which had already ended by the time you see that08:02
cfhowlettubunt, that would be the search /grep command you just ran08:03
ubunti want a window with imagemagick open but i don't find the PID for kill this08:04
ubunti have a window with imagemagick open but i don't find the PID for kill this08:05
Ben64ubunt: can you not hit the close button on the window?08:05
ubuntno don't close08:05
ubunti hit but don't close imagemagick08:06
Ben64the problem is "imagemagick" isn't an executable and cannot be grepped as such. it really depends on what executable you have running08:06
Ben64you could use xkill, and just click in the imagemagick window08:06
ubuntxkill yes but i don't know how is the PID imagemagick08:08
Ben64why do you need the pid if you can use xkill08:08
ubunti put in terminal xkill ImageMagick and need PID08:09
Ben64no, just "xkill" then click in the imagemagick window08:10
ubuntok killed08:10
guest683why do you use imagemagick?08:10
prohobohey, i'm trying to SSH into a remote server through the file explorer, which is working fine08:13
prohobobut i can't access specific directories like i can through the console, ie. i can SSH into the home directory for the user, which is fine, but i can't access /var/www/...08:14
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prohobois there a way to navigate to other dirs like that through the file explorer?08:14
blackyboyHI everyone, How to restart the network in ubuntu 14.04 ? in ubuntu 12 i use /etc/init.d/networking restart this command not working in ubuntu 14.0408:15
prohoboyes, i use cd /var/www/... to get there in the shell08:15
prohobobut im talking about the file explorer (GUI)08:15
eracoonthe files explorer cannot do that08:15
blackyboyeracoon: systemd ?08:15
eracoonuse thunar instead08:15
prohobois  thunar an extension of files explorer?08:16
prohoboor is it like a FTP client?08:16
cfhowlett!thunar | prohobo,08:16
ubottuprohobo,: thunar is a file manager for !Xfce. It is a lightweight alternative to !Nautilus and is quite similar. More info at: http://thunar.xfce.org/index.html - Want to Replace Nautilus with Thunar? See http://psychocats.net/ubuntu/nonautilusplease08:16
guest683or use pcmanfm it is an other file manager08:17
eracoonblackyboy > sudo ifdown eth0 && sudo ifup eth008:17
eracoonwhere eth0 is your interface, change accordingly08:17
toInfinityandBeyhello friends!08:18
toInfinityandBeycould anyone help me today with installing some stuff for "playonlinux" ? :D :D08:19
toInfinityandBeyi have a list of the stuff i need but i dont know how to install it >"<08:19
prohobonice, thunar seems a lot better than files explorer, and i can see every dir in the remote server08:21
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blackyboyeracoon: cool , no other command as before ?08:21
volkanHi, I hsve just installed ubuntu 14.04 and there is problem. I am using two monitors and the resolution of the left monitor is not good. and, the display setting  doesn't recognizes it. Do you know how can I fix this?08:22
eeeevolkan: try pressing the button on the laptop08:23
volkaneeee, its not a laptop08:23
eeeevolkan: open a terminal and type xrandr08:24
volkaneeee, http://pastie.org/948835808:24
eeeewhat's the resolution that you want?08:25
volkaneeee, 1920x108008:25
eeeexrandr --newmode "1920x1080" 172.80  1920 2040 2248 2576  1080 1081 1084 1118  -HSync +Vsync08:26
eracoonblackyboy: I took that info from askubuntu: http://askubuntu.com/questions/441619/how-to-successfully-restart-a-network-without-reboot-over-ssh08:26
guest683additional drivers installed/08:27
volkaneeee, http://pastie.org/948836508:27
volkanguest683, did you say to me?08:30
guest683volkan do you have installed them?08:31
AcousticDanvolkan: I think he means did you check the box when installing ubuntu that said "Install third party software"08:31
volkanguest683, AcousticDan: http://i.imgur.com/HMZ6Rg2.png08:31
demonwhen they say open it in the "unity dash" what are they talking about?08:32
eeeevolkan: xrandr --output DVI-I-0 --same-as DVI-D-008:32
guest683nvidia-311-update maybe08:32
volkaneeee, Didnt work,08:33
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volkanguest683, E: Unable to locate package nvidia-311-update08:34
guest683installed linux-firmware-nonfree?08:35
volkanguest683, maybe this can help: http://i.imgur.com/zo1d1Kd.png08:35
volkanguest683, I only installed nvidia-33108:36
AcousticDanvolkan: can you not change the configuration?08:36
volkanAcousticDan, I can change, there are 3 options: Disabled, X Screen 0 and New Xscreen08:37
Ben64the resolution part...08:38
volkanBen64, there are only 640x and 320x08:38
Ben64what screen is it, and how is it connected08:38
volkanBen64, same as the other monitor08:39
volkanThere is a small device in the computer I guess it converts something to VGA08:40
volkanI don't know what exactly it is08:40
Ben64you're going to need to be a lot more specific08:40
Ben64explain which monitors they are and how they are connected to the card08:41
volkanBen64, they are both Philips 226V4 and connected via VGA08:42
guest683both vga?08:42
guest683or one with vga and other dvi /hdmi08:43
volkanyes one them is directly connected and the other is connected via a small converter08:43
AcousticDandvi to vga08:43
Ben64which one is not functioning properly08:43
volkanah sorry08:43
AcousticDandoes monitor 2 not have dvi inputs?08:44
guest683why not dvi directly?08:44
volkan1. monitor = vga08:44
volkan2. monitor = dvi08:44
guest683so remove converter08:44
AcousticDanhe can't08:44
AcousticDanthen he can't use his second monitor (I'm assuming)08:45
rim-khello folk!08:45
AcousticDanit's vga08:45
guest683gpu has dvi+vga output?08:45
AcousticDanuhhh, not a GTX76008:45
AcousticDani have a 560 and it has 2dvi and 1hdmi08:45
guest683one screen with vga other with dvi08:45
AcousticDani use 1 dvi and 1 hdmi08:46
nrdbI am trying to get acpi shutdown to work on a libvirt VM... as far as I can tell the event doesn't occur ... acpid is running ... what could be wrong?08:46
Ben64looks like GTX760s have .... 1xHDMI 1xDP 1xDVI-I 1xDVI-D, which would explain why you can't have two VGA monitors08:47
volkanAcousticDan, guest683, My GPU: GeForce GTX 760/PCIe/SSE208:47
AcousticDanyeah, I saw volkan08:47
AcousticDanin the images you sent08:47
AcousticDanI was explaining to guest, that if you have a vga monitor, you need that dvi converter to plug into your card08:48
Ben64so the solution is - drop VGA altogether. its old, lame, and not good. Also, it is bad.08:48
AcousticDanif you're not playing games, try using the X.Org X server in additional drivers, see if that works08:48
AcousticDanif you haven't already08:48
rim-kdoes anyone have a Thinkpad T440s under 14.04?08:49
rim-kI just can't make the wifi work08:49
Ben64AcousticDan: won't help08:49
guest683so the mon doesnt support hdmi or dvi or dp?08:49
volkanAcousticDan, Can you explain a bit more?08:50
volkanHow can I install?08:50
Ben64volkan: the card does not physically support multiple analog connections, its not going to work. use hdmi or displayport or dvi08:51
vfwrim-k: What does lspci say about it?08:51
AcousticDanrim-k looks like bad news... as of feb 24th that is. http://askubuntu.com/questions/425604/there-is-a-known-bug-for-the-wireless-card-for-my-lenovo-thinkpad-t440-running-108:51
rim-k03:00.0 Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8192EE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter08:52
rim-kcc vfw08:52
AcousticDanvolkan, what are the model numbers of your monitors?08:53
volkanOk, I learnt. It has one diigital dvi and one analog dvi. I use a small device to convert the analog dvi to cGA. AcousticDan, Ben6408:54
vfwrim-k: Is this a fresh install of 14.04?08:55
rim-kvfw: yes08:55
rim-kI took the Ubuntu Gnome one08:55
vfwrim-k: Fully updated?08:56
vfwrim-k: What kernel are you on? uname -r09:03
vfwrim-k: Are you 64 bit?09:03
killerHey I installed java-package using apt-get , but man java-package shows nothing09:03
ikoniaman java-package ?09:03
cfhowlettkiller, no such name = no man entry09:04
killersomeone on #java suggested me to install it to install the java tar file ,see apt-cache search java-package09:05
bipul I am getting this error messages "bzr: ERROR: unknown command "dh-make", when i am trying to run this command in my terminal bzr dh-make hello-2.7 hello-2.7.tar.gz09:05
rim-kcc vfw09:06
rim-kI'm compiling the rtl8192ee  driver09:06
cfhowlett!md5sum > cfhowlett09:08
ubottucfhowlett, please see my private message09:08
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vfwrim-k: Good. It should work for you.  Otherwize: http://www.ebay.com/itm/301221668620?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l264909:09
Maceris there an official wiki on getting an ipod/phone working?09:09
ikoniaipod/iphone - forget linux09:10
ikoniasorry to be blunt but it's better to be realistic09:10
cfhowlettMacer, agreed with ikonia.  get an android09:10
Maceroh. thought there was progress there09:10
Macercfhowlett: too late ;)09:10
vfwLinux users are better off with android09:10
Maceri might just use a small xp vm i guess09:10
atlanx_hello - i have a little problem with the nvidia driver - i installed  nvidia v340.24  from  ppa:xorg-edgers/ppa09:12
atlanx_but the desktop/screen is not showing09:12
Macermaybe i can go off that09:13
Ben64or sell your iphone and get a moto x09:13
ikoniaMacer: seriously - forget about it on linux09:14
vfwikonia: I din't think it is that bleak09:15
Macerlol. no thanks. iphone isnt bad at all09:15
Macerim not a big google fan09:15
Macermaybe this ubuntu phone will actually show up soon09:15
Macerid swap to that09:15
Macerhopefully it is like maemo09:16
Macermaemo was awesome09:16
vfwMacer: What is wrong with google?09:16
ikoniavfw: the apple devices and linux are just not compatible09:17
Ben64not on topic here, can continue that in #ubuntu-offtopic though09:17
Daghdhahi. my 14.04 desktop is currently showing the Software updater icon as if it's running. If i click it however there is no window shown. There is a process called upate-manager running. And a process called update-notifier. But like i say, no window to be found. :( Is that normal behaviour?09:18
popeyMacer: you can install ubuntu for devices on a nexus 4 today09:18
cfhowlett!swap > cfhowlett09:19
ubottucfhowlett, please see my private message09:19
vfwikonia: I agree, not totally compatable, but people I've talked to have done most of the stuff they wanted to with them.  I'm not an apple fan either, wouldn't own one myself, I don't want to use Itunes or any of that stuff. We are a lot better off with android for sure.09:19
Daghdhai quit it and restarted it.. that seems to have fixed it.09:20
cynicallemonwas Daghdha on ubuntu or windows?09:21
Macerpopey: i would but because of this fact an "ancient" nexus4 is too overpriced09:22
vfwcynicallemon: 14.04 desktop sounds a lot like ubuntu09:22
popeyMacer: ok, wait for an ubuntu phone later this year then ☻09:22
Maceryeah heh09:22
Macerbut then again ill believe it when i see it09:23
Macerbut im game if one comes out09:23
cynicallemonvfw: yeah, just that he said he fixed it by a reboot...09:23
vfwcynicallemon: So....?09:23
Macerpopey: i tried bidding on a n4 on ebay 10 times. they were going for $200+09:24
k1l_Macer: there are a lot other devices with community support running ubuntu-touch. just see the channel #ubuntu-touch and read the topic09:24
Macerif ubuntu wasnt able to be installed on it theyd be $2009:24
Macerk1l_: yeah but n4 seems to have the most dev with all the hw working09:24
SMSNGG3Hey all!09:25
k1l_Macer: i doubt that. but again: this is quite offtopic in here09:25
SMSNGG3I have a question about ubuntu09:26
k1l_SMSNGG3: just ask :)09:27
cfhowlett!ask | SMSNGG309:27
ubottuSMSNGG3: 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 !patience09:27
bipul!find librmagic-ruby09:28
ubottuPackage/file librmagic-ruby does not exist in trusty09:28
SMSNGG3Well what I'm trying to figure out is if I can install Ubuntu, or something similar like Mint, onto my second hard drive that I have and how I could do that. I have windows 8 installed on my C drive and would want to be able to switch between the two on startup. I'd like to be able to select which OS to load on startup basically.09:28
cfhowlett!dualboot | SMSNGG309:29
ubottuSMSNGG3: Dual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot09:29
k1l_bipul: you can use the search on packages.ubuntu.com , too09:29
k1l_SMSNGG3: that is a typical setup. see the message from the bot to read into dualboot. but for mint you need to ask the mint guys how to solve that with their os09:30
ubottuDual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot09:31
SMSNGG3The dual boot instructions aren't telling me how I can do it on a seperate hard drive D: Unless I'm just not readin it right.09:35
cfhowlettSMSNGG3, select the target drive.  install.09:37
cfhowlettSMSNGG3, you'll need to choose the target for your bootloader = grub09:37
SMSNGG3So I'm about to install in onto my second hard drive that's blank. What woudl I have to do from that point on?09:44
k1l_if its installed there just reboot and choose ubuntu in grub. just make sure grub gets installed into the MBR of the first harddisk that gets booted from the bios09:45
twoofthreehello. i seem to have lost the volume icon from the task bar. is there a way to get it back or perhaps a command to reset the taskbar to default?09:45
SMSNGG3I have Ubuntu installed on the second hard drive. Do I just run it from here or boot it from startup?09:55
atlanx_Hello, how can i install the nvidia grafic driver on an Samsung R700 Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT Notebook under Ubuntu 14.0410:01
yskapellhello guys10:03
yskapellI am having an issue removing a package10:04
yskapelldpkg --force-all <fail>10:04
yskapellapt-get remove fail10:04
yskapell roundcube-core10:04
yskapellE: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)10:04
yskapellany idea?10:04
cfhowlettyskapell, how did you install10:04
yskapellno idea, it was installed10:06
volkanDoes anyone know how to fix dual monitor resolution problem? (nvidia)10:13
ObrienDavevolkan, not without knowing more specific details10:14
cfhowlettvolkan, I see xrandr mentioned a lot10:15
volkanObrienDave, I have just installed Ubuntu 14.04 . The monitor on the left has a small resolution10:15
volkancfhowlett, ObrienDave : http://pastie.org/948856910:16
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Uatechi there10:28
Uateci am having some issues with my keyboard, namely that my keyboard is mapped wrong10:28
Uatecbut in keyboard settings there are no available keyboards to select from...10:29
Uatechow can i add a keyboard to the list?10:29
ObrienDaveUatec, under keyboard layout, uncheck "use system default"10:32
UatecObrienDave, i have, but the drops downs are all empty10:32
Uatechttp://postimg.org/image/o643hgtvl/  see10:33
kgalahassahow can i install skype on my ubuntu 14.0410:36
k1l_!skype | kgalahassa10:37
ubottukgalahassa: To install Skype on Ubuntu, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Skype - To record on Skype, check: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SkypeRecordingHowto - Please use open protocols instead if you can, see !Ekiga10:37
TsakHello. Im just asking what is the best virus/malware detector for Ubuntu? Now that those troijans starts to be "trend" :)10:40
ubottuAntivirus is something you don't need on !Linux. except where files are then passed to Windows computers (perhaps using samba), See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Antivirus10:40
ubottuA list of official Ubuntu IRC channels, as well as IRC clients for Ubuntu, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat - For a general list of !freenode channels, see http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#channellist - See also !Guidelines10:40
volkanDoes anyone know how to fix dual monitor resolution problem? (nvidia)10:42
Tsakhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux_malware  <--- but there is viruses for linux :)10:42
ObrienDaveTsak, if you really feel that you need it, clamav10:42
Tsakok :)10:42
gnarly_parkerquestion for nemo (filemanager) users: is there a quick way like a keyboard shortcut to switch between panes in two-pane mode?10:44
gnarly_parkeri am still used to total commander but simply pressing tab does not work ;)10:44
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evil_dan2wikHow do I fix this error?10:54
evil_dan2wik./powder64: error while loading shared libraries: liblua-5.1.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory10:54
evil_dan2wikI already installed lua5.110:54
phaidros*sigh* .. how does one simply restart networking on the terminal in 14.04? (/etc/init.d/.. & service foo bar do not work anymore :/ ..)11:02
poplwhat do you mean by "do not work anymore"?11:03
phaidrospopl: the commands "/etc/init.d/networking restrat" and "service networking restart" simply do nothing.11:04
ktosiekwhat's the returned code?11:04
ktosiekwait, do you use network manager?11:04
phaidrosktosiek: server installation11:04
phaidrosso, no network manager11:04
poplphaidros: they don't give you an error message or anything at all?11:05
phaidrospopl: no error message at all for init.d/script.11:05
ktosieksounds sensible, then do you have any non-manual interfaces in /etc/network/interfaces?11:05
phaidrospopl: for service command i get: stop: Job failed while stopping / start: Job is already running: networking11:05
phaidrosktosiek: ah, manual keyword triggers something .. what was that about?11:06
ktosiekinterfaces marked with "manual" are not managed by init script11:06
phaidrosktosiek: lo is uninteresting, and eth0 is: iface eth0 inet static11:06
phaidrosso, no manual11:06
phaidroshm, thats not that11:06
phaidrosthe heck, networking should be restartable without wooes .. it is 2nd decade od 21st century .. lol :)11:07
ktosiekcan you stop eth0 with ip?11:08
phaidrosktosiek: not wanna try, I am in screen :D11:08
henkWhile installing ubuntu I accidentally chose "install security upgrades automatically". What exactly does that do? How do I switch it off?11:08
phaidrosso, I wanna restart11:08
ktosiekphaidros: :-D11:08
phaidrosktosiek: tho, I believe that should work, ip is a different layer11:09
ktosiekremote network configuration? mmm, lovely :-P11:09
phaidrosktosiek: sure :D11:09
phaidrosthen again, I have virt-manager access as well .. I try. wait a sec11:09
henkAFAICT it creates /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/20auto-upgrades, but does it do anything else?11:10
yecril71plI cannot start from Live CD11:10
yecril71pllosetup: could not find any free loop device11:10
MortezaEHi. In Ubuntu 10.10 I set keyboard settings such that by while i keep pressing Super, language was changed. How do this in Unity?11:10
phaidrosktosiek: ip link set eth0 down11:11
ktosiekok, and ifup eth0?11:11
phaidrosktosiek: tho, that one with "up" doesnot trigger the re-reading of network/interfaces.11:11
* ktosiek hopes you didn't accidentaly fix it11:11
ktosiekright, as the "ip" command is not debian-specific :-)11:11
ktosiekifup/ifdown are the ones that use /etc/network/interfaces11:12
phaidrosktosiek: ifup anserser: interface eth0 already configured ..11:12
phaidrosthe heck?!11:12
ktosiekoh joy :-D11:12
phaidrosktosiek: what is a simple network/interfaces entry for recent ubuntu versions?11:12
ikoniaa simple one ?11:13
ikoniajust use network manager11:13
ikoniathats what it's there for11:13
ikoniashouldn't be messing with the interfaces file11:13
ktosiekikonia: NM is hard to manage11:13
phaidrosktosiek: this is my one: simple as anything: http://codepad.org/69RWGV2k11:13
ikoniaktosiek: no it's not11:13
ktosiekbarely manageable, I'd say11:13
ikoniait's a simple gui with text boxes to fill in11:13
ktosiekikonia: well, how can I integrate it with Ansible?11:14
phaidrosikonia: network manager is *never* been intended to use on servers, as well as it is not reliable there ..!!11:14
ktosiek(hint: we are talking about server environment ;-))11:14
ikoniaphaidros: it is intended to use on servers11:14
ikoniaalthough I can see why you would not to11:14
phaidrosikonia: rly? it is not installed with a basic server install .. tell me why?11:14
ikonianot want to11:14
ktosiekphaidros: looks ok11:14
ikoniaphaidros: it is installed on the server install, it depends on the distro11:15
geirhahenk: try   dpkg-reconfigure unattended-upgrades11:15
phaidrosikonia: maybe nm got better in the last years, but in the beginning it was unbearable on servers ..11:15
phaidrosikonia: hm, maybe I did debootstrab, so can't remember :/11:15
henkgeirha: Thanks, that did it11:16
phaidrosikonia: then again, nm is yet the only useful method to restart networking via ssh?11:16
phaidrossounds like a regression for me ..11:16
ikoniaphaidros: I have no idea what you are rambling about11:16
ktosiekphaidros: it should work11:17
ktosiekbut wait a minute11:17
ktosiekwhat's the environment? Are you in a container by any chance?11:17
phaidrosok, ogra from #ubuntu-server suggested: ifdown/ifup .. that works somehow11:17
phaidrosktosiek: kvm11:17
phaidrostho, ifdown rambles about :  RTNETLINK: no such process, but then ifup brings eth0 up with freshly read network/interfaces.11:18
* subhojit777 is away: AFK11:18
* subhojit777 is away: break11:19
phaidrosktosiek, ikonia: thanks! tho I am not happy with the state of affairs yet :)11:19
ktosiekohh, you broke the bug :-<11:19
ktosieknow we'll never know :-<11:20
phaidrosktosiek: #ubuntu-server states: never use /etc/init.d/networking directly. it was not (never) intended for direct use.11:23
ktosiekeven with service networking {start,stop}?11:23
phaidrosktosiek: trying to find that out atm :)11:25
phaidrosktosiek: 13:20 < ogra_> phaidros, calling that upstart job is like if you would remove and re-add the engine of your car every time you want to switch gears                         baffle11:26
phaidroskilling the networking service will kill a lot more ... dbus, firewall setups etc11:26
ktosiekphaidros: I'm on that channel too, now11:27
ktosiekthanks for showing it to me :-)11:27
trindazsharing folders using Virtualbox. OS X host, Ubuntu 12 guest. Best way to do that? Articles form google searches seem possibly datet.11:31
geirhaThere's no Ubuntu 12, there's either 12.04 or 12.1011:33
geirhatrindaz: ok, you've installed virtualbox guest additions in the 12.04 guest? and you've added a shared folder for the VM in virtualbox?11:36
trindazhadn't done Guest Additions yet - I thought there may be better alternatives. I have the instructions for Guest Additions in the VirtualBox manual which I can follow.11:37
geirhayou just hit Host+D and follow the instructions, really11:38
geirhaonce they're installed, you'll have the vboxsf filesystem available to mount the shared folder11:38
SanuraiRMhi because when I press alt + f2 alacarte there?11:44
SanuraiRMis not there11:44
k1l_SanuraiRM: is it installed?11:45
cfhowlett!info alacarte11:45
ubottualacarte (source: alacarte): easy GNOME menu editing tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.10.0-1ubuntu2 (trusty), package size 80 kB, installed size 1162 kB11:45
k1l_SanuraiRM: so how should it run if its not installed?11:46
geirhaSanuraiRM: it used to be installed by default, but that's quite a while back now. You have to install it if you want it now adays11:46
SanuraiRMo thank you11:47
atlanx_some idea why the nvidia driver is not loading ?   http://paste.ubuntu.com/8097278/11:47
SanuraiRMsudo pat-get install alacarte?11:47
geirhaSanuraiRM: yes11:47
geirhaSanuraiRM: well apt-get, not pat-get ;)11:47
SanuraiRMo yes my error11:48
ikoniaatlanx_: becase the kernel module is not being loaded11:48
atlanx_ikonia : and why?11:52
ikoniaatlanx_: try to load it and find out11:52
atlanx_if i do    sudo modprobe nvidia   nothing happens11:55
k1l_atlanx_: are the kernel-headers installed for your kernel? is the modul build for that kernel?  what does the mentioned log say about that error?11:55
atlanx_kll_  : i did a sudo apt-get install --reinstall --install-recommends linux-generic linux-headers-generic linux-image-generic xserver-xorg dkms  - so kernel headers should be installed11:58
atlanx_kll_ : log? you mean system's kernel log?12:00
atlanx_kll_ : in kern.log are a lot of messages saying that the nvidia driver is mission a required key or signature12:02
k1l_atlanx_: did the install give any errors? (error messages are not just to click away on linux). you can see with "dpkg -l | grep linux-" if the are installed12:02
k1l_atlanx_: see the part you put into pastebin. please read it yourselv. you will find a lot of tips how to solve that or where to look12:03
atlanx_i didn't got any error messages when installing the driver12:03
slopesHello all in the room12:08
slopescan anyone here help with this subject: i'm installing postgres9-3 in ubunt 14 via apt, and in the process i got the following message: reenter password for pam_mount:12:08
slopescan anyone help me?12:09
abhishek__suggest me some good books on SAN12:11
k1l_!ot | abhishek__12:13
ubottuabhishek__: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!12:13
Xer_i KNOW12:13
Xer_I have a problem with wine and Visual Studio12:14
k1l_Xer_: that was not directed at you (notice the mention of the nickname) and there is no need to shout (CAPS are read as shouting)12:14
k1l_!wine | Xer_ for issues with wine best ask the specialists:12:14
ubottuXer_ for issues with wine best ask the specialists:: WINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu12:14
bazhangXer_, /join #winehq after checking the appdb12:14
bazhang!appdb | Xer_12:14
ubottuXer_: The Wine Application DB is a database of applications and help for !Windows programs that run under !WINE: http://appdb.winehq.org - Join #winehq for application help12:14
ph1ll1phello. I am interested in a program that backups my files by partitioning them into chunks and then saving them to an external disk.12:18
ph1ll1pwhat's a nice program that does this?12:18
typpartitioning? as in split archives?12:18
typif that's what you mean, you should try duplicity/duply12:19
ph1ll1pI don't know what "split archives" is.12:19
ph1ll1pI will check those out.12:19
ph1ll1pI just want it to group my files into chunks and then save those chunks to disk.12:19
typwell instead of one big archive file you get 100mb parts12:19
ph1ll1pI don't want it to zip the chunks or do anything but save them to disk and remember what the chunks were.12:19
ph1ll1pthat's not what I want.12:20
typ? so just copy them?12:20
Xer_enter Backup in the ubuntu store12:20
typi meant, that's you solution. just copy them12:20
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ph1ll1ptyp: incredibly time consuming for an operation that would easily be automated.12:20
typthen save the commands you used to copy and put them in a script12:21
ph1ll1pI also want the program to be able to search through the chunks, look for updated files, and then update those specifically.12:21
typyour solution for a "backup" is incredibly bad too12:21
Xer_Deja Dup is a nice saver12:21
ph1ll1pit is not.12:21
typwell then maybe i misunderstood what you want12:21
ph1ll1pXer_: thanks, I will look at this.12:21
ph1ll1ptyp: it's simple. I have a storage unit, I just want a program that will take everything on this unit, fill up external drives until everything is backed up, keep the overview of where things are saved, and then let me quickly update new files as they change.12:23
cfhowlettph1ll1p, in 100mb chunks??12:23
ph1ll1pcfhowlett: no.12:24
typi don't know of any software that would split it on different harddrives12:25
typit also sounds more like an archive than a backup12:25
ph1ll1pwell, archive then.12:25
typduply can restore a specific folder from your backup12:25
ph1ll1pthe problem is that the storage unit I am backing up is on a closed network.12:26
typbut you cant search it by hand12:26
typand it also just backups to a single location12:26
ph1ll1pand I need a backup that I can store off-site.12:26
ph1ll1pexternal disks are relatively plentiful and inexpensive so I use that, but I'd rather not manually copy the files and it would be nice to be able to back up incrementally.12:27
ph1ll1psorry. I should have mentioned the situation in the beginning.12:27
typyes duply does all that, but i don't know of any automated solution that would split it on different drives12:27
typyou would need to raid them12:27
yecril71plI am unable to start the Live CD.12:27
typor script something yourself12:27
yecril71plIt says losetup cannot find a free device.12:28
typor maybe get a layer between it, e.g. lafs12:28
cfhowlett!md5sum | yecril71pl, 1.  verify the ISO you downloaded.  2. verify the CD12:28
ubottuyecril71pl, 1.  verify the ISO you downloaded.  2. verify the CD: To 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_Windows12:28
typbut you won't be able to choose where something goes12:28
yecril71plThe ISO worked all right until I created two logical volumes.12:29
yecril71plAnd then it stopped working.12:29
yecril71plThe loop map is weird, like /dev/sdaX is connected via /dev/loopY12:29
ph1ll1pI guess I can script something. thought there might be some fancy robust tool.12:29
Xer_I have a problem, i have type sudo apt-get upgrade, but ubuntu information say, i have !4.04 LTS12:29
yecril71plIt does not make any sense to me12:29
yecril71plSo it kicks me out to initramfs and I cannot do anything to get out.12:30
typph1ll1p: most probably not12:30
k1l_Xer_: what do you expect?12:31
metaspikersync is great for incremental backups, but is not logical layer like dd or something12:31
typit also does not store different versions12:31
cfhowlettXer_, apt-upgrade does nothing.  apt-get dist-upgrade will bring all currently installed distro files to new latest available repo versions12:31
Xer_I have a problem, i entered sudo apt-get upgrade, but the ubuntu information dialog say i have 14.04 LTS12:31
typor split your content up on diff disks12:31
bipul!find libmysql-ruby12:32
cfhowlettXer_, sudo apt-get dist-upgrade12:32
ubottuPackage/file libmysql-ruby does not exist in trusty12:32
cfhowlettyecril71pl, this is LVM??12:32
metaspikeph1ll1p, you can use rsync across a network or to external discs12:32
typmetaspike: he has multiple single external drives12:32
k1l_Xer_: we have a german channel at #ubuntu-de if you would like to talk in german12:32
typand want's to choose which content goes where12:33
bipulAm i supposed to report to the developers, that i am missing this file for my software compilation.12:33
metaspikeoh wow... a bunch of rsync scripts? :)12:33
typph1ll1p: you could make different backup jobs for different folder to different locations12:33
typmetaspike: it only stores one version12:33
typi think he wants backup, not mirror12:34
cfhowletttyp, is cloud backup not an option??12:34
typi don't know... ph1ll1p?12:34
ph1ll1ptyp: this could be a solution. I would have to manually make sure new folders get backed up, but I guess letting me do incremental backups is worth it.12:36
metaspikersync b1 > b2; rsync src > b1; incrimental mirroring with rsync?12:38
typmetaspike: rsync = mirror != backup12:38
metaspikeit's a backup if you mirrior backup 1 to backup 2 before mirroring the source with backup 112:40
metaspikebackup 2 becomes the backup12:40
ZiberDoes sort have an option to take into account human-readable (-h) output from du? I tried "du -hs ./* | sort -rn", but it only sorts numerically, not G > M > K, etc.12:41
DS-McGuireHey guys, can someone point my to the correct place in launchpad to file a bug against the ubuntu.com website?12:41
bipulMan i please help me12:41
bipulMan please i need a help*12:41
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k1l_!ask | bipul12:42
ubottubipul: 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 !patience12:42
k1l_RootChaos: please dont use away nicks in here, thanks12:43
bipulk1l_: If any lib file is missing inside ubuntu trusty repository then i am supposed to file a bug on launchpad ?12:43
RootChaosk1l_ : ok, no problem12:43
k1l_bipul: yes12:43
k1l_bipul: but if you give more informations maybe people in here could help12:44
bipulk1l_: But i hope they don't fire the bug before i submitted to launchpad. :D12:45
bipulhttps://launchpad.net/ubuntu/trusty/+package/libmysql-ruby I was missing this file, inside my trusty repository, but launchpad says it is already there inside trusty repository.12:46
ZiberFigured it out. sort -h does the trick.12:47
bipulZiber: are you saying to me?12:47
Picibipul: The description for those say that they are a transitional package for ruby-mysql12:48
bipulPici: but it's not working12:50
bipulPici: Sorry I don't get you.12:51
Picibipul: That basically means that you should be using the ruby-mysql package in Trusty.12:52
bipulPici: But i am unable to fetch it from terminal12:53
Picibipul: which package?12:54
bipulfind! libmysql-ruby12:54
Picibipul: That package no longer exists.  Use 08:51:53 <ACSpike[Work]> thumbs: I've been using freenode for about a decade. but I still have no clue. Is there a newb12:54
Picibipul: it no longer exists, use ruby-mysql instead.12:55
philinux14.04 ? hdmi gives only desktop with launcher but no mouse no apps display13:12
grant_hi guys, anyone online?13:13
case_Hello, in order to run a script automatically at the start of Kubuntu 14.04 (Just when you're presented with the login screen), I need to edit /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf (which didn't exist and I had to create it). I can't make it work and would like some help if possible ! Also, I do all of this to make the backlight of my keyboard (CM Storm Devastator, in case you know some workaround I don't). start without issuing the command every time.13:14
streulmais it needed to upgrade server from 12.04 to 14.04.1 ?13:15
cfhowlettstreulma, #ubuntu-server might be better to ask.  "needed"?  do.  desirable?  only if you want continued long-term support.13:16
streulmaand running Ubuntu on a Macbook Pro, is that good? It works better then OSX !13:17
grant_hi guys, facing an issue with installing packages (probably a pretty noob question) I'm trying to install wine on a Acer C720 Chromebook but I keep getting the following error "package dependancies cannot be resolved" I've tried adding the wine sources (http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntu-wine/ppa/ubuntu) but get the error failed to download repository information, any suggestions? Thanks13:17
cfhowlettstreulma, if you already know, why are you asking?13:17
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bigbossciao a tutti13:17
streulmayeah cfhowlett, but not normal :)13:18
bigbossciao a tutti13:18
Gatis_OzolsAny idea why Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04 has black screen ocuring during installation after loading screen13:20
cfhowlettGatis_Ozols, you're on your own.  hardy is no longer supported.13:20
OerHeksgrant_, on what ubuntu version? keep in mind, PPA's are not supported here13:21
Gatis_Ozolsdoes purge option remove packages or just configuration?13:21
Gatis_OzolsTazer i did purge to remove KDE but it is still there :)13:21
grant_OerHeks 14.04 (em...sorry but what is a PPA?)13:22
OerHeksgrant_, you come up with a ppa, see your url13:22
ubottuA Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge13:22
grant_ah, ok13:22
grant_wine isn't available in the official repositories?13:22
cfhowlettgrant_,  of course it is!13:23
ubottuWINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu13:23
grant_tried using that first but thats where I got the first error about dependancies13:23
Gatis_OzolsI installed KDE-full package13:23
Gatis_OzolsI did: sudo aptitude purge kde-full13:23
Gatis_Ozolsis that wrong?13:23
OerHeksgrant_, yes, wini is available in the standard repos13:23
cfhowlettgrant_, universe repos13:24
cfhowlett!info wine13:24
ubottuwine (source: wine1.6): Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layer (meta-package). In component universe, is extra. Version 1:1.6.2-0ubuntu4 (trusty), package size 0 kB, installed size 21 kB (Only available for i386; amd64)13:24
Gatis_OzolsWill this remove Kde-full metapackage: sudo aptitude purge kde-full ?13:25
Gatis_Ozolsand it's depenencies13:25
cfhowlettGatis_Ozols, if it leaves dependencies, it will state so.  usually "apt-get autoremove"   takes them out13:26
Gatis_Ozolsi purged kde-full but i have KDE desktop stil13:26
grant_OerHeks, thanks for trying to help with this, ok may have something, getting an error on the software center of failed to download repository information and the details are E:The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/https could not be found.13:27
grant_that is without any ppa's in the sources enabled13:27
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1240198 in indicator-keyboard (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1246272 Wrong keyboard layout active after booting into desktop" [High,Triaged]13:28
richard_wdoes anyone know a workaround that is suitable for large-scale networks? also why is the priority on this one low?13:28
philinux14.04 ? hdmi gives  desktop with launcher and top panel  but no mouse no apps display13:28
OerHeksgrant_, open terminal ( crt + alt + t ) and type:   sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get install wine13:29
mohammadamerihi, my mouse pointer is just twinking, i already installed the 14.04, what should i do to solve this13:29
OerHeksor copy/paste is easier13:29
Gatis_Ozolsapt-get autoremove doesn't do anything13:30
grant_OerHeks, tried that, got this error sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get install wine13:30
mohammadamerimy mouse pointer is just twinking, i already installed the 14.04, what should i do to solve this13:31
Gatis_OzolsSo how can i remove KDE now?13:31
grant_sorry error was E: The method driver /usr/lib/apt/methods/https could not be found.13:31
grant_N: Is the package apt-transport-https installed?13:31
OerHeksgrant_, then maybe that ppa is broken :-(13:31
OerHeksgrant_, contact the ppa owner13:31
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grant_shouldn't it be possible to get it without the ppa from the official sources?13:32
cfhowlettGatis_Ozols, logout.  chooose unity session.  login13:32
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OerHeksgrant_, sure, remove that ppa and try wine again from the repos13:32
Gatiscfhowlett, i want to remove it13:34
cfhowlettGatis, well aware of that13:34
sadHallo !13:34
Gatiscfhowlett, how to remove it?13:35
Gatisi did purge kde-full13:35
cfhowlettGatis, purge kde*13:35
GatisBut i don't understand why i still have kde with applications13:35
grant_hi OerHeks - still getting an unmet dependancies error13:35
Gatiscfhowlett, but that won't remove apps13:35
cfhowlettGatis, kde-full is NOT applications!13:35
Gatiskde-full contains apps13:35
cfhowlettGatis, by any chance did you mean kubuntu-desktop?13:35
Gatiscfhowlett, no13:36
Gatiskde-full metapackage13:36
cfhowlett!info kde-full13:36
ubottukde-full (source: meta-kde): complete KDE Software Compilation for end users. In component universe, is optional. Version 5:78ubuntu13 (trusty), package size 1 kB, installed size 38 kB13:36
GatisHow do i remove metapackage in terminal?13:36
grant_OerHeks, is it the Microsoft Windows Compatability Layer (says wine underneath)?13:36
Gatiscfhowlett, so i wanted to remove it just like i installed it13:36
cfhowlettGatis, kde-full is 38 kb - pretty sure there's no room there for apps13:36
Gatiswith all apps, etc13:36
Gatiscfhowlett, you know what i mean13:37
Gatisi want to remove everything this metapackage kde-full contain13:37
Gatishow to do that13:37
cfhowlettGatis, sudo apt-get purge kde*13:37
Gatisit's not that13:37
Gatisit won't remove KDE apps13:37
cfhowlettGatis, in other words, you won't even try?  OK - good luck.13:37
Gatiskde-full metapackage contains KDE apps packages too13:37
OerHeksGatis, cfhowlett is right.13:38
GatisI want to remove kde-full metapackage with all dependencies just like i installed it13:38
sadI want to call my family , via computer to house telephone  in Iran m- they have not computer - how is that possible in Linux ? I use Xubuntu 14.0413:38
cfhowlettGatis, terminal: apt-cache show kde-full13:38
Gatiscfhowlett, ok13:38
cfhowlettsad, skype13:38
GatisHow do i remove metapackage with all dependencies?13:38
OerHeksgrant_, use paste.ubuntu.com to show us the errors please13:39
Gatisso i know in future..13:39
grant_sad, only way I know is with skype, but calling on skypeout to the middle east is generally expensive (still cheaper than a phone line though)13:39
sadMy family have not a computer13:39
bigbossgatis vai in chat13:39
Gatisbigboss, adios13:39
cfhowlettsad skype can call phones13:39
sadThanks . I 'll try it.13:39
cfhowlettGatis, remove the package.  autoremove to kill dependencies13:40
Gatisautoremove deosn't remove anything13:40
cfhowlettGatis, then delete them manually.  you have the list from apt-cache policy kde-full13:41
sadthank friend , and good bye13:41
Yevgenyis it possible reset a linux dist to a fresh install without installing a new one?13:41
Gatiscfhowlett, why so complicated?13:42
GatisInstallation was so easy13:42
Gatissudo aptitude install kde-full13:42
YevgenyCan I type?13:42
Gatiswhy remove doesn't work like that?13:42
grant_OerHeks, not sure how to use that but this is what I got (tried using the site - little confused) 113:42
grant_Package dependencies cannot be resolved13:42
cfhowlettYevgeny, clarify.  You mean reset the user or actually reset the entire OS to new install satatus13:42
unopastegrant_ you have been muted for 60 seconds as it looks like you are pasting lots of lines into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com and paste just the URL of your data here when you are unmuted13:42
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.13:43
GatisWhy kde-full isntall work and remvoe deosn't work?13:43
GatisExplain me please13:43
grant_ah, sorry, now i get how that paste site works http://paste.ubuntu.com/8098075/13:43
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GatisSo what: sudo aptitude remove kde-full does?13:44
GatisBecause i still have KDE as it was.13:44
cfhowlettYevgeny, clarify.  You mean reset the user or actually reset the entire OS to new install satatus13:44
YevgenyIs it possible to reset ubuntu to it's default values and default user and all files etc without re installing from scratch?13:45
cfhowlettYevgeny, HEY!  did you even read the question I asked you?13:45
Yevgenyoh sorry13:45
Yevgenyyeah reset the entire OS new install status?`13:46
grant_OerHeks did you get the link? http://paste.ubuntu.com/8098075/ sorry took me a minute to understand how the paste things works13:46
GatisSo what "sudo aptitude remove kde-full" does? Because i still have KDE as it was. Explain me, please. I am new to Linux!13:46
cfhowlettYevgeny, no can do.13:46
YevgenyI did so many changes and now I need a completely new dist but I don't have the priveleges to install13:46
cfhowlettYevgeny, what changes?13:47
Yevgenypersmissions and users and software13:47
YevgenyI want to install rancid and I believe it wont work with all my strange configuration13:47
OerHeksgrant_, maybe update first, sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade13:48
cfhowlettYevgeny, you have user add authority?  that's system level!  why can't you reinstall the OS?13:48
cfhowlettYevgeny, have you tried to install rancid?  You "THINK" it won't work?  TEST IT13:49
YevgenyYes I tried to install it twice13:49
YevgenyI tested it and a bunch of other similar programs13:49
cfhowlett!info rancid13:49
ubotturancid (source: rancid): Really Awesome New Cisco confIg Differ. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.3.8-6 (trusty), package size 250 kB, installed size 1156 kB13:50
k1l_Gatis: to remove kde do "sudo apt-get purge kubuntu-desktop kde-full"13:50
philinux14.04 ? hdmi gives  desktop with launcher and top panel  but no mouse no apps display13:50
k1l_Gatis: then log out and choose the other desktop on the login screen13:50
Yevgenycfhowlett: maybe I should try one more time13:50
cfhowlettYevgeny, are you getting specific error messages?13:50
Gatisk1l_, it didn't wor13:50
grant_OerHeks ok, did the update same error - this is the output from the update http://paste.ubuntu.com/8098126/13:51
Gatisi did "sudo aptitude purge kde-full" it didn't remove KDE13:51
k1l_Gatis: "didnt work" is not enough information13:51
Gatisk1l_, i still have KDE as it was ;)13:51
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cfhowlettGatis, logout.  choose a different DE.  login13:51
k1l_Gatis: did you remove kubuntu desktop, too? did you log out/reboot?13:51
k1l_Gatis: did you do a "sudo apt-get autoremove"?13:51
Gatiscfhowlett, already did it13:52
k1l_Gatis: you need to give way more informations to let us help you13:52
Gatisi didn't have kubuntu13:52
TimeVirushas any had experience with Ubuntu's 'Boot-Repair-Disk'? I need someone that if I can boot into that flash and find the pastes concerning a couple attempts at external HDD boot repair13:52
OerHeksgrant_, i see you have SAUCY sources in trusty, line 16/17, remove those first.13:52
cfhowlettGatis, if you did what you claim, it should be gone.  try rebooting13:52
Gatisk1l_,  ill tell you what i did. I had Xubuntu installed. Then i installed KDE using "sudo apittude install kde-full" then i decided to remove it so i did "sudo aptitude purge kde-full" and i still had KDE after reboot :)13:53
* ObrienDave sits back and enjoys the show13:53
* cfhowlett clanks beer bottle with ObrienDave 13:53
k1l_<k1l_> Gatis: did you do a "sudo apt-get autoremove"?13:53
Gatisthen after reboot i tried "sudo apt-get autoremove" it did nothing 0 packages to remove13:53
ObrienDavecfhowlett, ^513:53
Yevgenycfhowlett: First i couldn't find the package for install13:54
Yevgenycfhowlett: but that I could solve13:54
cfhowlettYevgeny, what is the output of cat /etc/issue13:54
k1l_dpkg -l | grep kde13:54
k1l_Gatis: "dpkg -l | grep kde" and show the result in a pastebin13:54
Yevgenycfhowlett: What do you mean?13:54
cfhowlettYevgeny, open a terminal.  run that command.  tell us what it returns13:55
huleo_I am playing annoying music in the office, through the headphones - no speakers of any kind on this machine13:55
huleo_any way to "go over 100%" with loudness?13:55
huleo_all in alsamixer is set to max13:55
huleo_any dark magic I could use?13:55
ObrienDavehuleo_, not unless you want to destroy the headphones13:55
Gatisk1l_, http://pastebin.com/H7zxNy7u13:55
huleo_I don't mind destroying the headphones13:56
Yevgenycfhowlett: just need to find the guide again13:56
grant_OerHeks ok, removed the saucy reference - new update output is http://paste.ubuntu.com/8098162/ still getting the same error from the software center13:56
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cfhowlettgrant_, looks like a fairly normal report.  could be google is working on their repo, so unable to fetch.  Chillax13:57
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k1l_Gatis: "sudo apt-get remove akonadi-backend-mysql akonadi-server akregator amarok amarok-common amarok-utils apport-kde apturl-kde ark bluedevil cdparanoia cdrdao cryptsetup docbook-xml docbook-xsl dolphin dragonplayer freespacenotifier gnupg-agent gnupg2 gpgsm gpsd gstreamer0.10-qapt gtk2-engines-oxygen gtk3-engines-oxygen gwenview ibus-qt4 icoutils jockey-kde k3b k3b-data kaccessible kaddressbook kamera kate kate-data katepart kcalc kde-baseapps-bin kde-ba13:58
k1l_seapps-data kde-config-gtk kde-config-touchpad kde-runtime kde-runtime-data kde-style-oxygen kde-wallpapers-default kde-window-manager kde-window-manager-common kde-workspace kde-workspace-bin kde-workspace-data kde-workspace-kgreet-plugins kde-zeroconf kdegames-card-data kdegraphics-strigi-analyzer kdelibs-bin kdelibs5-data kdelibs5-plugins kdemultimedia-kio-plugins kdenetwork-filesharing kdepasswd kdepim-kresources kdepim-runtime kdepim-strigi-plugins kdep13:58
k1l_imlibs-kio-plugins kdesudo kdm kdoctools khelpcenter4 kinfocenter klipper kmag kmail kmenuedit kmix kmousetool knotes konsole kontact kopete kopete-message-indicator korganizer kpat kppp ksnapshot ksysguard ksysguardd ksystemlog ktimetracker ktorrent ktorrent-data kubuntu-debug-installer kubuntu-default-settings kubuntu-desktop kubuntu-docs kubuntu-firefox-installer kubuntu-netbook-default-settings kubuntu-notification-helper kubuntu-web-shortcuts kvkbd kwal13:58
k1l_letmanager language-selector-kde libakonadi-calendar4 libakonadi-contact4 libakonadi-kabc4 libakonadi-kcal4 libakonadi-kde4 libakonadi-kmime4 libakonadi-notes4 libakonadiprotocolinternals1 libassuan0 libattica0.3 libbluedevil1 libboost-program-options1.46.1 libcalendarsupport4 libcln6 libclucene0ldbl libdebconf-kde0 libdlrestrictions1 libdmtx0a libencode-locale-perl libepub0 libeventviews4 libfile-listing-perl libflac++6 libfont-afm-perl libgadu3 libgif4 lib13:58
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.13:58
k1l_gpgme++2 libgps20 libgrantlee-core0 libhtml-form-perl libhtml-format-perl libhtml-parser-perl libhtml-tagset-perl libhtml-tree-perl libhttp-cookies-perl libhttp-daemon-perl libhttp-date-perl libhttp-message-perl libhttp-negotiate-perl libibus-qt1 libilmbase6 libincidenceeditorsng4 libindicate-qt1 libio-socket-inet6-perl libio-socket-ssl-perl libk3b6 libkabc4 libkactivities-bin libkactivities6 libkalarmcal2 libkateinterfaces4 libkatepartinterfaces4 libkblog413:58
k1l_libkcal4 libkcalcore4 libkcalutils4 libkcddb4 libkcmutils4 libkde3support4 libkdeclarative5 libkdecorations4 libkdecore5 libkdegames5a libkdepim4 libkdepimdbusinterfaces4 libkdesu5 libkdeui5 libkdewebkit5 libkdgantt2 libkdnssd4 libkemoticons4 libkephal4abi1 libkexiv2-10 libkexiv2-data libkfile4 libkholidays4 libkhtml5 libkidletime4 libkimap4 libkio5 libkipi-data libkipi8 libkjsapi4 libkjsembed4 libkldap4 libkleo4 libkmanagesieve4 libkmbox4 libkmediaplayer4 l13:58
k1l_ibkmime4 libknewstuff2-4 libknewstuff3-4 libknotifyconfig4 libkntlm4 libkonq-common libkonq5-templates libkonq5abi1 libkontactinterface4 libkopete4 libkparts4 libkpgp4 libkpimidentities4 libkpimtextedit4 libkpimutils4 libkprintutils4 libkpty4 libkresources4 libkrosscore4 libksba8 libkscreensaver5 libksgrd4 libksieve4 libksieveui4 libksignalplotter4 libktexteditor4 libktnef4 libktorrent-l10n libktorrent3 libkunitconversion4 libkwineffects1abi3 libkwinglutils113:58
grant_cfhowlett shouldn't affect me downloading wine from the software center though, should it?13:58
k1l_ libkwinnvidiahack4 libkworkspace4abi1 libkxmlrpcclient4 liblastfm0 libloudmouth1-0 liblwp-mediatypes-perl liblwp-protocol-https-perl libmailcommon4 libmailtools-perl libmailtransport4 libmessagecomposer4 libmessagecore4 libmessagelist4 libmessageviewer4 libmicroblog4 libmpcdec6 libmsn0.3 libmuonprivate1 libmygpo-qt1 libmysqlclient18 libnepomuk4 libnepomukdatamanagement4 libnepomukquery4a libnepomuksync4 libnepomukutils4 libnet-http-perl libnet-ssleay-perl l13:58
cfhowlettgrant_, not at all13:58
k1l_ibntrack-qt4-1 libntrack0 libokularcore1abi1 libopenexr6 libotr2 libphonon4 libplasma-geolocation-interface4 libplasma3 libplasmaclock4abi3 libplasmagenericshell4 libpolkit-qt-1-1 libpoppler-qt4-3 libprison0 libprocesscore4abi1 libprocessui4a libqalculate5 libqapt-runtime libqapt1 libqca2 libqca2-plugin-ossl libqgpgme1 libqimageblitz4 libqjson0 libqrencode3 libqt4-designer libqt4-help libqt4-qt3support libqt4-scripttools libqt4-sql-mysql libqt4-test libqtass13:58
ObrienDaveyut the hay?13:59
k1l_istantclient4 libqtglib-2.0-0 libqtgstreamer-0.10-0 libqtscript4-core libqtscript4-gui libqtscript4-network libqtscript4-sql libqtscript4-uitools libqtscript4-xml libqtwebkit4 libreoffice-kde libreoffice-style-oxygen libsocket6-perl libsolid4 libsolidcontrol4abi2 libsolidcontrolifaces4abi2 libsoprano4 libstreamanalyzer0 libstreams0 libsyndication4 libtag-extras1 libtaskmanager4abi3 libtemplateparser4 libthreadweaver4 libtimedate-perl liburi-perl libvirtodbc013:59
* cfhowlett wonders why mute don't mute13:59
k1l_ libweather-ion6 libwww-perl libwww-robotrules-perl libxml2-utils libxss1 libzip2 muon muon-installer muon-notifier muon-updater mysql-client-core-5.5 mysql-common mysql-server-core-5.5 ntrack-module-libnl-0 odbcinst odbcinst1debian2 okular okular-extra-backends oxygen-cursor-theme oxygen-icon-theme partitionmanager phonon phonon-backend-gstreamer pinentry-gtk2 pinentry-qt4 plasma-dataengines-addons plasma-dataengines-workspace plasma-desktop plasma-netbook13:59
* Ririshi wtf?13:59
k1l_plasma-scriptengine-javascript plasma-scriptengine-python plasma-widget-facebook plasma-widget-folderview plasma-widget-kimpanel plasma-widget-menubar plasma-widget-message-indicator plasma-widget-networkmanagement plasma-widgets-addons plasma-widgets-workspace plymouth-theme-kubuntu-logo plymouth-theme-kubuntu-text polkit-kde-1 printer-applet python-kde4 python-pyudev python-qt4 python-qt4-dbus python-sip qapt-batch qapt-deb-installer quassel quassel-data r13:59
ObrienDavenot sending fast enough13:59
k1l_ekonq sgml-data shared-desktop-ontologies software-properties-kde soprano-daemon system-config-printer-kde systemsettings tasks-icons update-manager-kde usb-creator-kde userconfig virtuoso-minimal virtuoso-opensource-6.1-bin virtuoso-opensource-6.1-common xsettings-kde && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop13:59
* Ririshi wtf is this :(13:59
k1l_ouch, that was more in paste than i expected :/13:59
cfhowlettk1l_, um, staph!  pleath!13:59
k1l_Gatis: see: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/purexubuntuprecise13:59
grant_still think thats something windows and mac have over linux, nice easy installation executables...13:59
Ririshi./kick k1l_13:59
atlanx_hello - i have a problem with the brightness-setting of my nvidia (fn+keys)13:59
Ririshi^specific as fuck14:00
Ririshi(or is swearing taboo in here?)14:00
cfhowlettRirishi, no profanity.  NONE14:00
atlanx_when i decrease the brightness to much i can't get it on a gain14:00
cfhowlettRirishi, as you know14:00
ObrienDaveRirishi, YES IT IS14:00
Ririshikick me pls14:00
RirishiI'll keep my ground at #android then14:01
atlanx_i set this in the xorg.conf : Section "Device"14:01
atlanx_    Identifier     "Device0"14:01
atlanx_    Driver         "nvidia"14:01
atlanx_    VendorName     "NVIDIA Corporation"14:01
atlanx_    BoardName      "GeForce 8600M GT"14:01
atlanx_    Option"RegistryDwords" "EnableBrightnessControl=1"14:01
unopasteatlanx_ you have been muted for 60 seconds as it looks like you are pasting lots of lines into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com and paste just the URL of your data here when you are unmuted14:01
Ririshiand k1l_ didn't get a mute at all O.o14:01
ObrienDavebecause k1l_ was not sending fast enough14:02
RirishiI like Chopin's Piano Concertos14:02
Ririshi(ahh sorry ikonia)14:02
cfhowlett!ot | Ririshi,14:02
ubottuRirishi,: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!14:02
* Ririshi knows :/14:02
Yevgenycfhowlett: http://openmaniak.com/rancid_tutorial.php this is the guide I use14:03
TimeVirusis there gparted I can run from windows?14:04
YevgenyI have installed rancid but the hom/rancid doesn't exist:/14:04
TimeVirusgoogle and goarted page seems to say no14:04
cfhowlettTimeVirus, not from windows.14:04
cfhowlettYevgeny, go to rancid for that specific level of help.14:05
grant_hi guys, any idea how to resolve this? The following packages have unmet dependencies:14:05
grant_wine1.6: Depends: wine1.6-amd64 (= 1:1.6.2-0ubuntu4) but 1:1.6.2-0ubuntu4 is to be installed14:05
grant_         Depends: wine1.6-i386 (= 1:1.6.2-0ubuntu4) but it is not going to be installed14:05
k1l_Yevgeny: rancid is in the 14.04 repos. so why dont you use that?14:05
grant_sorry, didn't mean to dump that, thought it would only be  one line14:05
boohI would like to completely remove ubuntu-desktop and reinstall.  how to do that?14:05
cfhowlettbooh, sudo apt-get reinstall ubuntu-desktop14:06
eeeebooh: apt-get install --reinstall ubuntu-desktop14:06
boohI don't want to reinstall the meta-package... I want to reinstall all packages..14:07
cfhowlettbooh, make a usb.  boot usb.  reinstall14:07
causativeI tried to install a downloaded package (dropbox) earlier, but it failed due to lack of memory.  Now when I try to install anything else, it says "E: The package dropbox needs to be reinstalled, but I can't find an archive for it."  How do I let apt find this downloaded package by dropbox, so that it can clean it up?14:08
eeeebooh: why are you reinstalling it?14:08
Gatisk1l_, thanks for long paste :)14:08
boohI upgraded from very far... 5 years... and now, I can't start in graphic ui... but console ui working.14:08
cfhowlettbooh, clean install will fix that14:08
boohI want to remove all graphic ui related and reinstall.14:08
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boohIf I wanted "clean install" I've already done it..14:09
boohIs there a way to remove all graphic ui related things and reinstall.  It's what I want to do.14:09
boohIs there a way to remove and reinstall all that is related to ubuntu-desktop metapackage?14:10
grant_guys? any ideas on this please? The following packages have unmet dependencies: wine1.6: Depends: wine1.6-amd64 (= 1:1.6.2-0ubuntu4) but 1:1.6.2-0ubuntu4 is to be installed Depends: wine1.6-i386 (= 1:1.6.2-0ubuntu4) but it is not going to be installed14:10
k1lbooh: i think you are looking in the  wrong way. what is the real issue?14:10
barbarasudo apt-get install -f14:10
arun_guys, whats the fullform of ROBOT?14:11
* ObrienDave shoots Google translate14:11
s4geHey Guys, I have a strange problem with my USB headset. Suddenly the sound on my headset became destroyed, sounds a bit like a robot. Anything I can do about it?14:11
boohkll you know the answer of my question or not?  It's what I want to do.14:13
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ubottuThe guidelines for using the Ubuntu channels can be found here: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines14:14
ActionParsniparun_: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robot14:14
ActionParsnips4ge: try:  killall pulseaudio14:14
ActionParsnips4ge: then wait, then try some sounds14:15
boohOr is there a way to know whick packages are inside ubuntu-desktop meta-package?14:15
cfhowlettbooh, apt-cache show ubuntu-desktop14:15
ActionParsnipbooh: you can use http://package.ubuntu.com or use rdepends in terminal14:15
grant_can anyone suggest a fix for this? trying to get wine on C720 Chromebook running 14.04 http://paste.ubuntu.com/8098312/ thanks14:16
s4geActionParsnip, unfortunately, that did not help.14:16
ActionParsnips4ge: what is the output of:  cat /etc/issue14:17
s4geActionParsnip, i've just noticed, that Spotify playbacks normally14:17
ActionParsnipgrant_: what is the ouput of: lsb_release -a; uname -a; apt-cache policy wine1.614:17
ActionParsnips4ge: then it sounds like your application14:18
boohhum... ok.. but I don't have any way to copy paste all the packages list...14:18
boohI mean to be able to apt-get remove all the depends...14:18
ActionParsnipbooh: rdespends will let you do that, you can awk and grep to carve out package names14:18
ActionParsnipbooh: if you want to just get a text based OS, just remove xorg and the others will fail deps and be marked for removal14:19
grant_ActionParsnip, here's the output, thanks http://paste.ubuntu.com/8098346/14:19
s4geActionParsnip, the test sound feature of ubuntu itself outputs the destroyed sound also.14:19
ActionParsnipgrant_: are there any bugs reported?14:19
s4geThe cat output seems to be empty.14:19
ActionParsnips4ge: try:  lsb_release -c14:19
grant_ActionParsnip, I'm pretty noob, where would I check that?14:20
ActionParsnipgrant_: http://launchpad.net14:20
causativehow do I remove a partially installed package that I downloaded?14:20
s4geActionParsnip, Codename:trusty14:20
causativedownloaded not from the repositories14:20
ActionParsnips4ge: all I can suggest is log off and on, if spotify is ok then the sound sub-system is operational14:21
ActionParsnipcausative: sudo apt-get --purge remove packagename14:21
s4geActionParsnip, yeah, it's really strange. I've already restarted my system. Still the same. I will try it again BEFORE I launch skype.14:21
causativeActionParsnip, it says E: The package dropbox needs to be reinstalled, but I can't find an archive for it14:21
grant_ActionParsnip, did a search for wine 1.6 ubuntu 14.04 but i'm not seeing anything that appears relevant14:22
boohIt removed only xserver-xorg related...14:22
causativeI still have the package on my hard disk, but it's not from a repository14:22
TimeVirusvbox website advises to not use the repos to install vbox anyone care to make me believe otherwise?14:22
cfhowlettTimeVirus, see dropbox for why.  news to me14:22
causativeis there a way to point apt at the package on my hard disk, that would let it remove the package?14:23
msevwould you guys suggest me a small+cheap usb dongle for my netbook running xubuntu 13.1014:24
msevwifi dongle that is14:24
msevnot usb :D14:24
causativeapt-get doesn't even work with -m14:25
ObrienDaveTimeVirus, because official repos lag behind current stable release for Vbox14:26
TimeVirusok  thats srta what i thought thx14:26
ActionParsnipTimeVirus: sudo apt-get install virtualbox     done14:26
eeeebooh: use wget http://eeee.bshellz.net/eeee14:28
eeeethat's the list of unity related stuff14:28
grant_yes!!! :) :) ok, don't know why but I didn't have the i386 repositories, as soon as they were added wine started installing :) :)14:28
eeeebooh: for i in `cat eeee`; do apt-get remove $i; done14:28
eeeethen use that14:29
pasbarahi my hdd is 750 gb, however ubuntu shows as 712 why is that?14:29
grant_<- thinking how many other problems that could have caused...14:29
causativeokay I fixed it, ActionParsnip the fix was to say dpkg -i /path/to/my.deb14:29
causativewhich reinstalled it and now apt-get will install other packages again14:30
s4geActionParsnip, still the same after reboot without launching any "other" audio application. The Spotify playback through the headphones is also still correct, on the speaker output both devices running as expected.14:31
s4geThis is strange...14:31
ObrienDavepasbara, because ubuntu uses the proper binary interpretation of GB14:31
eeeebooh: apt-get purge is better i guess14:31
alive4everNormally, downloaded packages are kept in /var/cache/apt/archives. You can manually delete partially downloaded package there.14:32
arrrghhhanyone use crashplan?  I installed it on a fairly fresh 14.04 installation, and I'm having issues with java - the CrashPlan desktop application doesn't start properly - I've tried the java CrashPlan uses, as well as Oracle7 & Oracle8...14:32
pasbaraObrienDave, but when installing ubuntu, they also showed 750gb as the total amount14:33
pasbaraObrienDave: i've given 30gb for the drive where system is installed, does ubuntu tell the space without that?14:34
chaotixdoes anyone know of a way to configure settings for the new unity-webapps browser?14:35
ObrienDavepasbara, yes, you only see capacity per partition14:35
chaotixsuch as maybe something in dconf-editor or the like?  or with the terminal?14:35
zCoderHi   why is grep -R "$mysqli->real_escape_string($_POST['enableCars'])" *     invalid?14:36
chaotixor, does anyone know what the package is called, or the program?14:37
atlanx_hello - when i click at 1/3 of the display brightness the backlight goes off complete and is not re-activate able - what can i do?14:37
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truenher0buenas, instale el driver de ati sin necesitarlo pues mi tarjeta es mas vieja,14:38
ObrienDave!sp | truenher014:38
ubottuEn 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.14:38
flyingfisch2i need help14:39
flyingfisch2so i am trying to upgrade to 14.04 from 12.0414:39
flyingfisch2my question is14:40
flyingfisch2do i have to remove all packages that were installed with 3rd party ppas?14:40
flyingfisch2like, every single one?14:40
flyingfisch2i have a lot14:40
arrrghhhflyingfisch2, clean installs are much, MUCH easier.14:40
cfhowlettflyingfisch2, no.  but ppa's WILL be disabled and will not upgrade.  clean install is the better option IMHO14:40
flyingfisch2arrrghhh: so download the iso and do it that way?14:41
arrrghhhflyingfisch2, correct.  install as if it was a new system.  obviously backup all your config files etc before doing so.14:41
flyingfisch2how can i get all my packages back?14:41
ObrienDaveflyingfisch2, in terminal, do-release-upgrade14:41
arrrghhhreinstall them :)14:41
flyingfisch2arrrghhh: one by one?14:41
arrrghhhObrienDave, read that thread, he is having issues upgrading14:41
cfhowlettflyingfisch2, get the torrent of 14.04.1   after install restore the PPA's14:41
arrrghhhflyingfisch2, it's a new install... treat it as suchl14:42
flyingfisch2ObrienDave: do-release-upgrade gives me errors14:42
flyingfisch2arrrghhh: ok14:42
arrrghhhflyingfisch2, I just went thru this on my server.  installed a new hdd so I have all the old stuff readily available.14:42
flyingfisch2arrrghhh: can i just do a different partition?14:43
arrrghhhsure if you have the room14:43
flyingfisch2also... should i get 64-bit? i have a 64-bit processor but I have been using 32-bit ubuntu all this time14:43
TimeVirus3 yrs=LTS in ubuntu where as CentOS LTS=10 yrs, why?14:43
arrrghhhI would use 64-bit14:44
arrrghhhTimeVirus, it's 5 yrs isn't it for LTS?14:44
cfhowlettarrrghhh, 5 years14:44
cfhowlettTimeVirus, this is ubuntu.  for centos info, ask centos14:44
flyingfisch2hmm... i don't think i have any more blank dvd's14:44
arrrghhhTimeVirus, but comparing ubuntu (the desktop version) and centos isn't really apples to apples.14:44
arrrghhhflyingfisch2, usb key?  that's how I always reinstall, got tired of making coasters.14:45
TimeVirusok arrrghhh14:45
flyingfisch2arrrghhh: hmm... I don't have a blank USB stick either... :-\14:45
arrrghhhanyone use CrashPlan on Ubuntu?  I'm having issues on 14.04, seems java related.14:45
LabanFloppies then?14:45
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arrrghhhhttp://hastebin.com/potulirebo.vhdl ^^^ to my java issue14:46
eeeeatlanx_: no idea, you could set a keyboard shortcut that resets the brightness til you fix it14:46
arrrghhhflyingfisch2, well I'm sure you can figure something out.14:46
eeeeatlanx_: this file contains the brightness /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness14:46
flyingfisch2arrrghhh: meaning...14:47
chaotixdoes anyone know what the new web browser for unity webapps package and or application is called?14:47
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TimeVirusrecently i've seen flash drvies that say they support windows and mac. How can it be that cant use those flash drives!?14:47
flyingfisch2arrrghhh: is USB and LiveCD the only way?14:47
TimeVirusthat linux cant88814:47
cfhowlett!install | flying14:48
ubottuflying: 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 !automate14:48
ikoniaTimeVirus: do you have any question/comment that is relevant to ubuntu ?14:48
TimeVirusya ok14:48
TimeViruswhy cant ubuntu see my flash drive?14:49
TimeVirussan disk14:49
cfhowlettTimeVirus, encrypted USB??14:49
TimeVirusreformatted to fat 32...14:49
TimeVirusin windows yes but ..14:50
ikoniaTimeVirus: what makes you think it can't see it ?14:50
TimeViruslsblk does not see it14:50
useringsTimeVirus, what 'mount' returns? Use pastebin.14:51
eeeetry lsusb14:51
flyingfisch2ubottu: thank you14:51
ubottuYou're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)14:51
Btwelveim a new user14:53
serequestion: how do i add myself to sudo group to require no pw14:54
cfhowlett!details | Btwelve,14:54
ubottuBtwelve,: Please elaborate; your question or issue may not seem clear or detailed enough for people to help you. Please give more detailed information, errors, steps, and possibly configuration files (use the !pastebin to avoid flooding the channel)14:54
teololtoyfor, 12.04.x, the *15* kernel hasn't shown up in updates yet? They said it came 7th or 9th or whatever14:54
Btwelvek ty14:54
teololtoythey said it in the kernel meeting14:55
useringssere, http://askubuntu.com/a/14726514:56
sereuserings: thanks14:58
sougataHi! Im trying to create a video caching server for my localnet users. This is the Sqiud Conf I have: http://paste.ubuntu.com/8098583/  I have net on eth1 having ip (subnet: 255.255.255. 0, Gateway is and Im trying to allow Squid access to users running at! Im unable to achive anything so far... Please help.15:00
ronaldsmazitisubuntu is always lacking space, even if have almost nothing on it15:00
cfhowlettronaldsmazitis, run this in terminal.  df -h15:01
philinux14.04 ? hdmi gives  desktop with launcher and top panel  but no mouse no apps display15:01
sougataI have two interfaces on the current system, eth1 is WAN and eth0 is lan (Having ip:,,0.0.0)..is this configuration is right?15:01
ronaldsmazitis/dev/sda1       584G  542G   13G  98% /15:02
cfhowlettronaldsmazitis, yep, well, you have to start cleaning up.15:02
ronaldsmazitisthere is like 100 gb of videos, but other space is used by nothing15:02
TimeVirussougata you need a router between those 2 networks--surely you know that, yes?15:02
cfhowlettronaldsmazitis, sudo apt-get autoremove  && sudo apt-get clean15:02
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ronaldsmazitisbaobab is visual thingy15:03
sougatano :\ Im no system admin... Can you help me please! TimeVirus15:03
useringssougata, #networking15:04
TimeViruswhy not put them all on the same network?15:07
sougataI was thinking that eth1 will be used for DATA in and eth0 will be used for data out.15:08
Akiva-Thinkpadcan ubottu leave messages for anyone?15:09
philinuxronaldsmazitis;~ see this https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoverLostDiskSpace15:10
TimeVirusthat kindof thing would require application layer config I would think sougata15:10
ronaldsmazitisI found /root/.local/share/Trash contains 400 GB15:10
eeeeAkiva-Thinkpad: try /memoserv help15:10
TimeVirussorry sougata I have to run for now15:11
TimeViruswould like to help you out though15:11
TimeVirusdarn lol15:11
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flyingfisch2is there a way to put your home folder on a different partition?15:15
eeeeflyingfisch2: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Partitioning/Home/Moving15:15
flyingfisch2eeee: thanks15:16
flyingfisch2eeee: can i do the fstab stuff during the 14.04 install process with the wizard?15:17
eeeeflyingfisch2: that's if you have an already installed ubuntu15:18
eeeeif you're fresh installing, and don15:18
eeeesorry, don't have a /home you want to copy15:18
eeeejust make a /home partition during the installation15:18
flyingfisch2oh also, is there a guide for installing ubuntu without external media in ubuntu instead of windows?15:19
flyingfisch2eeee: ok15:19
ubuntpalaver don't workit in ubuntu 14.0415:24
OerHeksubunt, what is palaver?15:25
digitsmI was previously a debian user. But now I am trying xubuntu15:25
genii!info palaver15:26
ubottuPackage palaver does not exist in trusty15:26
digitsmBut I have a problem with xubuntu on my laptop15:26
digitsmI can't turn it off or suspend it15:26
ubuntLinux Speech Recognition15:26
OerHeksgenii, found it, some sort of speech recognition15:26
OerHeksubunt it is not in the repository's how did you install it?15:27
flyingfisch2how big should I make the /home partition? can i change it later with gparted, or is it like a boot partition where changing the begin point can break things?15:27
ActionParsnipubunt: http://www.muktware.com/2013/03/how-to-install-linux-speech-recognition-in-ubuntu/415815:27
ikoniaflyingfisch2: try to set it right first time15:27
digitsmI tested 2 different nvidia drivers: 1. NVidia Properietary 2. Nouveau But this problem persists with both drivers15:27
ikoniaflyingfisch2: think about all the userdata and config data you're going to keep in there15:27
digitsmAny idea?15:28
flyingfisch2ikonia: right now it is 20GB15:28
flyingfisch2my current home folder15:28
flyingfisch2i am a web developer15:28
flyingfisch2and i save all my web dev stuff in my home directory15:28
ikoniaflyingfisch2: try to apply some thought and planning then15:28
flyingfisch2which means images, etc.15:28
flyingfisch2so would 60GB be a good bet?15:28
flyingfisch2i have a 750GB HDD15:29
OerHeksubunt, ActionParsnip has a better howto, even on that page  it says "Please keep in mind that it’s in early stage of development. " and "Now, let us know if you were manage to get it to work."15:29
ubuntyes i put the way for install palaver but when i put ctrl+L for run hotkey don't workit15:29
OerHeks" This palaver uses the Google API" not sure it the development uses some extra stuff15:30
OerHeksubunt, ah, read this, the maker says it is a dead project > https://github.com/JamezQ/Palaver/issues/10415:32
digitsmAm I on a right channel?15:32
ubunti want some similar that dragon speaker15:33
ubuntbut for ubuntu-linux15:33
digitsmDo you hear me?15:34
OerHeksubunt sorry buddy, can't help you with this.15:34
ActionParsnipdigitsm: yes we hear you15:34
TaZeRcant wait for ubuntu windows edition15:34
ActionParsnipTaZeR: what's that?15:35
TaZeRits ubuntu for windows15:35
teololtoyand that's a thing?15:35
digitsmActionParsnip: Oh! I thought I entered a wrong password for my nickname in IRC15:35
TaZeRit installs like a program and integrates like a virtual machine seamless mode15:35
ActionParsnipTaZeR: so, virtualbox then...15:35
ActionParsnipTaZeR: yeah, virtualbox does that15:36
TaZeRyea pretty much15:36
ActionParsnipTaZeR: so why wait, when its already achieved15:36
digitsmActionParsnip: I can't shut down my xubuntu15:36
TaZeRbecause its going to be special15:36
digitsmI guess it's not because of VGA driver15:36
ActionParsnipTaZeR: its already a thing, there is no "going to" about it15:37
digitsmBut I have no other idea15:37
ActionParsnipdigitsm: if you run:  sudo shutdown -h now      does it turn off15:37
TaZeRbut people dont know wtf virtualbox is, now they will install ubuntu the way they know how on windows15:37
digitsmActionParsnip: Wait, I will test it now and then report you the result15:37
ActionParsnipTaZeR: and they will know even more about this ficticios "ubuntu for windows" more huh?15:38
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TaZeRi assume15:38
ActionParsnipTaZeR: exactly, you are waffling15:38
TaZeRits because i need tina15:39
digitsmActionParsnip, It doesn't shutdown! It says: "shutdown: time expected"15:39
auroCan anyone please help me with Wine Anti-aliasing?15:39
digitsmActionParsnip, Do you suggest to try "sudo halt" instead?15:40
geniidigilink: sudo shutdown -h now15:40
ActionParsnipTaZeR: what's tina15:40
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TaZeRchristina a magical lady of the evening15:41
omar_is there any one from egypt ?15:42
genii!ot | TaZeR15:42
ubottuTaZeR: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!15:42
TaZeRrecieving tina into your heart is the most rewarding expiernece you can have15:42
omar_your from egypt ??15:42
TaZeRits like jesus x100015:43
GatisJesus is my LORD15:43
omar_chuck norris15:43
OerHeksomar_, this is an ubuntu support channel, so you want the egyptian ubuntu channel?15:43
geniiTaZeR: Please remain on topic for this channel, or risk being removed.15:43
omar_yes !!15:43
TaZeRive always been a gambler15:43
GatisTaZeR, name Jesus is banned here :)15:44
TaZeRsince it is a risk only i will take it for now15:44
* genii sips15:44
OerHeksomar_, join #ubuntu-eg15:44
GatisWhat should i do in Ubuntu? im bored :P15:45
GatisWhy "sudo aptitude remove kde*" doesn't work but "sudo apt-get remove kde*" works?!15:47
digitsmActionParsnip: I am back15:47
digitsmAnd the result15:47
digitsmI could not shutdown my xubuntu even by command "sudo halt"15:48
geniiGatis: sudo aptitude -P remove ~nkde15:48
OerHeksdigitsm, sounds like an ACPI setting issue in your bios.15:48
digitsmIt took forever to shutdown and I had to hold power button for 3secs to shutdown my laptop manually15:48
Gatisgenii, what does "~nkde" mean?15:48
digitsmWhen I press shutdown button, it also takes forever to shutdown15:49
ActionParsnipdigitsm: then its a permissions thing.15:49
geniiGatis: http://algebraicthunk.net/~dburrows/projects/aptitude/doc/en/ch02s03s02.html15:49
digitsmOerHeks, But I had LMDE before and I had no problem with shutting down15:49
ActionParsnipdigitsm: what is the output of: groups15:49
Gatisgenii, alright thanks15:49
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digitsmActionParsnip, Output of command "group":15:50
digitsmsinau adm cdrom sudo dip plugdev lpadmin sambashare15:50
digitsmActionParsnip, After installing xubuntu, I only enabled Broadcom STA proprietary driver. May it be root of my problem?15:51
auroWine Anti-aliasing help please...15:51
bazhangauro #winehq for that15:51
digitsmauro: Wine has its own support channel15:51
auroThank you bazhang. I will try.15:52
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digitsmActionParsnip, How could it be a permissions problem when I try running "sudo halt"? sudo will run it by root, the most permissive user available15:54
ActionParsnipdigitsm: yes but you said it works with sudo....right>15:56
digitsmActionParsnip, No! It even doesn't shut down with sudo15:57
digitsmI had to manually hold physical power button for 3 secs15:57
digitsmP.S. I installed root partition on a btrfs partition15:57
oomSo I'm sure I'm just being stupid and missing something obvious here, but unity-tweak-tool won't save anything I do. Nothing happens when I try to change a setting.16:00
TheLemonManlook up for error messages in the dmesg log (in the hope it got flushed before the shutdown)16:01
preyaloneHow do I configure Ubuntu to foreground web browsers when links are clicked in other applications (e.g. Chrome and Xchat)?16:03
wonklesautoconnect, jeje16:03
SchrodingersScatpreyalone: should check settings for window 'focus'16:04
OerHeksdigitsm sounds like this old bug, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/108818516:05
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1088185 in linux (Ubuntu) "kernel hangs on boot with btrfs" [High,Confirmed]16:05
OerHekssee last post, no shutdown16:05
preyaloneSchrodingersScat: Where would this preference be? In Xchat settings? Or Unity settings?16:05
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flyingfisch2will the ubuntu iso fit on a 1GB flash drive?16:07
SchrodingersScatpreyalone: system settings, so maybe that's what you mean by unity settings?16:07
ActionParsnipflyingfisch2: yes, its 700Mb16:07
bazhangpreyalone, in xchat, it was right click open link in browser, also ask in #xchat16:07
flyingfisch2ActionParsnip: it is? the iso i am downloading is 981MB...16:08
flyingfisch2but anyway, if the iso fits on the drive then it is fine?16:08
flyingfisch2i mean, i can use it as a liveUSB?16:08
XantaraHey any idea what would cause my  LCD monitor to spontaneously go from native resolution of 1440x900 to 1024x768?16:08
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XantaraI tried the online documentation and stuff... and I set something in xorg.conf that almost seems to work for the first 30 or so seconds on rebooting it runs at full resolution then drops back down16:09
ActionParsnipflyingfisch2: what is the filename?16:09
flyingfisch2ActionParsnip: ^16:10
ActionParsnipflyingfisch2: does it pass MD5 test?16:10
ActionParsnip!hashes | flyingfisch216:10
ubottuflyingfisch2: See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuHashes for the md5sums of all downloadable Ubuntu releases16:10
flyingfisch2i am still downloading it16:10
ActionParsnipflyingfisch2: when it finishes, MD5 test it. if the hashes match then the file is good16:11
flyingfisch2ActionParsnip: ok16:11
nszcetahow do I get RDP to work on Ubuntu 14.0416:12
nszcetaI am trying to setup an RDP server16:13
nszcetaany tips?16:13
wonkleslots of tips online, mostly tips even16:13
wonklespenis tips  O . o16:13
flyingfisch2is there any reason to install ubuntu in EFI mode? does it boot faster?16:14
flyingfisch2right now i just do legacy boot16:14
preyalonebazhang: Xchat was just an example, hyperlink left clicking is actually broken :P16:14
YamakasYguys interfaces.d is just for putting in eth1...2 3 and so on ?16:15
Xantaraxchat you need to right click and open in browser :)16:15
nszcetaflyingfisch2 EFI mode gives the kernel direct access to some memory regions which may increase  hardware support of your OS16:15
TJ-flyingfisch2: Generally UEFI is neater for handling multiple operating systems, and provides the OS with useful services16:15
preyalonebazhang: so this behavior configuration is specific to the application from which the user clicks the hyperlink, not a global setting in Unity?16:15
nszcetaflyingfisch2 for instance, booting using GRUB on a macbook pro will not let Linux get the Video ROM so Radeon init fails16:16
flyingfisch2TJ-: can i use the same iso for either one?16:16
bazhangpreyalone, always has been, in my experience16:16
nszcetause EFI boot whenever possible for maximum compatibility16:16
flyingfisch2nszceta: ok16:16
flyingfisch2so would i just set UEFI mode in BIOS and then boot from the LiveUSB?16:16
OerHekspreyalone, if you press ctrl and then click left mousebutton it will open too16:17
TJ-flyingfisch2: Yes, the ISOs have UEFI and Legacy boot combined, so its up to the firmware and user to ensure it starts in the required mode16:17
TJ-flyingfisch2: some firmware's boot menus will list the boot device twice, with a cryptic indication that one is EFI mode and the other Legacy.16:17
flyingfisch2TJ-: ok16:18
hyper_chhi there, against what package should I file a bug or feature request regarding shut down order? Problem is openvpn gets shut down before remote mounted fs will get umounted... that causes a 120 second timeout delay for non-responding shares16:18
TJ-flyingfisch2: If the ISO boots in UEFI mode it'll start a GRUB boot-loader with a text display menu, if in Legacy mode it'll start the isolinux boot-loader that display a graphical screen with a keyboard graphic bottom-center16:19
flyingfisch2TJ-: gotcha16:20
arrrghhhcrap my backlog was capped at 500 lines.  not sure if someone responded... going to reask.16:25
arrrghhhanyone use CrashPlan on Ubuntu?  I'm having issues on 14.04, seems java related.16:25
arrrghhhhttp://hastebin.com/potulirebo.vhdl ^^^ to my java issue16:25
newarchi have downloaded a text file which is 15 GB, but when I try to open this file, the text editor (gedit) freezes, which text editor should i use to open this file?16:25
arrrghhhnewarch, that's a gigantic text file... any editor is going to choke trying to open it.  should eventually get it open tho.  have you tried a cli editor like nano or vim?16:26
flyingfisch2newarch: vim16:26
newarcharrrghhh, nano simply crashes16:27
OerHeksarrrghhh, that paste is empty, try paste.ubuntu.com16:27
newarchflyingfisch2, i will try vim16:27
arrrghhhOerHeks, weird not empty for me.  let me repaste thar.16:27
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ryan_46What is the proper way to logout using the terminal? Not shutdown but logout.16:27
hyper_chhi there, against what package should I file a bug or feature request regarding shut down order? Problem is openvpn gets shut down before remote mounted fs will get umounted... that causes a 120 second timeout delay for non-responding shares16:27
SCHAAP137ryan_46, exit16:27
Piciryan_46: logout, exit, ctrl-d16:28
digitsmI am reinstalling xubuntu to see whether it corrects my shutdown issue?16:28
EsoRoticaApt is offering me only a partial upgrade. I'm not sure when this started or why. I dont see any way to find the offending package/PPA that is stopping me from upgrading. Where should I start?16:28
ryan_46SCHAAP137:  Pici thanks16:28
arrrghhhOerHeks, this one work?  http://paste.ubuntu.com/8099185/16:29
OerHeksarrrghhh, yes, thanks16:29
digitsmActionParsnip: I thought maybe reinstalling xubuntu on a newly formatted btrfs partition may help16:29
arrrghhhOerHeks, thank you for any thoughts on how to fix it :).  tried oracle 7&8 as well as crashplan's prebuilt java...16:29
OerHeksarrrghhh, there has been an jdk7 update today, or do you use the oracle one?16:29
sereQuestion : im in a library and im afraid someone here might be hacking me.. what can i do to see and prevent this16:30
SCHAAP137sere, wireshark16:30
arrrghhhOerHeks, I've always tried the oracle version from webupd8team's ppa16:30
TheLemonMansere: run out of the library screaming16:30
sereSCHAAP137: thanks i forgot about that :o16:31
sereTheLemonMan: haha i thought about it16:31
SCHAAP137or, sere, just log out / shut down, and read a book16:31
SCHAAP137to completely prevent it16:31
sereI think i know who it is with..using a hude directional wifi booster16:32
arrrghhhOerHeks, I am purging oracle's java and trying openjdk7...16:33
arrrghhhOerHeks, similar fatal SIGSEGV with openjdk7 :/16:34
XantaraSomeone should update the hash files page with 14.04.1's hashes since that's what it's getting people to download atm16:37
EsoRoticaApt is offering me only a partial upgrade. I'm not sure when this started or why. I dont see any way to find the offending package/PPA that is stopping me from upgrading. Where should I start?16:41
k1lXantara: see http://releases.ubuntu.com/14.04/MD5SUMS16:41
k1lEsoRotica: try "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade"16:41
HexstreamAny idea how to fix this please? http://www.hexstreamsoft.com/tmp/ubuntu-14.04-intermittent-graphical-glitches.png Stuff keeps disappearing or being too pale or having a white background. Nautilus window contents keep disappearing, etc.16:42
Xantarayeah I found it :) gonna try the live CD and see if it can see my screen in proper resolution16:43
EsoRoticak1l, I have no problem doing that, but is there a way to see the offending package. ( the command is installing the missing 111 packages)16:43
k1lEsoRotica: some packages need the apt-get dist-upgrade since they are actually installing new packages and not only updateing. so apt-get update cant "install" them16:44
k1lsee !apt for more info16:44
ubottuAPT is the Advanced Package Tool, which together with dpkg forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit. Short apt-get manual: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptGetHowto - Also see !Synaptic (Gnome), !Muon (KDE) or !Apper (KDE)16:45
netlarI added a scope for Ubuntu 14.04 and it does not show up, it is the scope for PirateBay16:45
expungewhat's a scope?16:45
netlarexpunge: The filters in Unity16:46
GatisAre linux users increasing?16:46
expungenetlar: the dash thing?16:46
expungeGatis: yes of course16:46
user123321Gatis, The human population is increasing.16:46
netlarexpunge: yep16:46
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arrrghhh!offtopic | Gatis16:48
netlarBut I added a scope or filter and it did not show up16:48
ActionParsnipnetlar: did you restart compiz?16:48
MonkeyDustarrrghhh  it's with a dash16:48
netlarActionParsnip: I restarted the computer16:48
arrrghhhorly I thought it was pipe :/16:48
expungenetlar: how'd you add it, exactly?16:48
ActionParsnipnetlar: oh16:48
ActionParsnipnetlar: do you need to manually enable it in configs?16:48
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netlarsudo apt-get install unity-scope-piratebay, that is how I added it16:49
TriBeCa99hi all, my ubuntu will only boot to a command line shell lately. I'm pretty sure this is because my RAID10 array is degraded. Can someone tell me how to force it to boot normally despite the degraded array? Unfortunately I do not have a replacement drive at the  moment.16:49
arrrghhhso anyone a crashplan user in here?  ever have issues with java ?16:49
netlarActionParsnip: How do I do that?16:49
arrrghhhTriBeCa99, raid0 is your boot disk?16:49
MonkeyDustTriBeCa99  raid is server technology... is that a server? if yes, it's normal it does not have a gui16:50
arrrghhho sorry I misread you said raid1016:50
EsoRoticak1l: Thanks again for the command. Its not that I'm hesitant to resolve the issue, but I'd like to understand which package is placing the dist-upgrade hold. is there a way to do that?16:51
ActionParsnipnetlar: not sure, I dont use Unity16:51
boohI succeed to remove x11 and all related... and now I've done apt-get install ubuntu-desktop and desktop-base.  I go in graphic UI with startx, I have my mouse and background but no environnement like menu and bar...?16:51
TriBeCa99my boot disk is a standalone 60GB SSD, but md127 is a RAID10 array that normally mounts to /home16:51
ActionParsnipnetlar: may be a thing though16:51
TriBeCa99it's linux software rade btw, created in mdadm16:51
Diplomathey guys, i have a quick question.. if i make a cron job that runs every second.. does it creates a new thread everyt time? for example if 1 execution takes 20 seconds16:51
arrrghhhTriBeCa99, have you tried failing the disk in mdadm or physically pulling it?16:51
netlarActionParsnip: May be a thing??16:51
TriBeCa99MonkeyDust: trust me this box normally has a GUI16:51
TriBeCa99arrrghhh: mdadm -details /dev/md127 reports only 3 drives physically present16:52
TriBeCa99--details, that is16:52
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ubottuFra: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».16:55
kkhol alla16:56
kkis hack16:57
arrrghhhTriBeCa99, you typically have 4 disks I assume in that array?16:57
arrrghhhcan you mount it in cli mode?  is it mount-able?16:57
kkhello alla16:57
TriBeCa99haven't tried mounting it. doing some googling and i think typing 'exit' in the shell will allow the system to boot16:58
Nothing_MuchKali_Linux: Just ask your question and somebody may be able to help you :)16:58
awyglehi all. i find myself needing to serve some in-house packages to our intranet. all the tutorials i've seen on the wiki are about setting up simple locally-hosted servers. can someone point me to a resource on setting up secure package repositories on an internal network? should it be a PPA or just a Debian-style repo? thanks.16:58
Kali_Linuxguys help me to install themes16:58
TriBeCa99i actually have a cold spare here for another system. it's a completely different 4TB drive instead of the 3TB drives in this box, but I may swap it in and rebuild the array just for data security16:58
arrrghhhTriBeCa99, I would replace that disk ASAP.  I think you can force the array to run in a degraded state16:58
TriBeCa99yeah i'm going to use this 4TB spare and RMA the dead drive16:59
kklinux 18 install16:59
aszenderwich is more fast and lite ?, linux lite or lubuntu ?17:01
bazhangaszender, try them both17:02
expungeashoka: never heard of linux lite17:03
Diplomatso does anybody knows does cron job makes a new thread when it executes something ?17:03
expungeashoka: they're both Ubuntu deep down, so both Debian deeper down17:03
expungeashoka: Lubuntu should be trivially "lighter" at the outset, as LXDE is lighter than Xfce, a tad17:04
expungeDiplomat: what does it matter17:04
DiplomatBecause I must run it every second and sometimes execution can take time more than 1 second17:05
nszcetahow do I start a gnome session on another display (:1) with a given resolution17:09
nszcetaI am trying to setup several independent displays for users to VNC into17:09
nszcetax11vnc works well for existing X servers17:09
nszcetabut I can't change the resolution17:09
arrrghhhDiplomat, I think you need a "real time" kernel...17:11
arrrghhhbut I am not an expert on such things.17:12
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TankCHi everyone, I'm running 14.04 and I need to install OpenSSL 0.9.8 to debug a handshake failure I'm getting with 1.0.1, what would be the best way to do that?17:12
awygleDiplomat: cron will run multiple copies of the job. it's a process, not a thread, that gets started, but that likely doesn't matter to you.17:13
ActionParsnipnszceta: what are they going to do on the remote system when they connect?17:13
awygleDiplomat: if you wish to prevent this, the standard method is to use a lock file17:13
nszcetaActionParsnip use programs remotely17:13
nszcetawithin their account17:13
ActionParsnipnszceta: why not use SSH and X forwarding, bit easier17:14
TankCOr, if no one is quite sure, what is the process for installing a source package such as this? https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openssl09817:14
ActionParsnipnszceta: plus if its a Linux client it will look seamless on the desktop, like in Citrix17:14
dalmirohi im using  xubuntu 14.04 buy the sistem couldnt find my graphics card i have a gforce 4 mx but it say the it wasnt  a privateve controler for my card17:14
ActionParsnipnszceta: setup SSH keys per user and you can make pretty shortcuts that run:   ssh user@server "firefox"17:15
TankCdalmiro: gforce 4 mx!? Wow! that brings back memories17:15
ActionParsnipdalmiro: that will use the nouveua driver, if you run:  sudo lshw -C display     is it unclaimed?17:15
dalmiroyes it appears17:15
qwerkushi. Is there any way to set fan speed of non pwm fans in ubuntu ?17:15
dalmiroi mean that it recongnice my video card but i cant instal my controler17:16
dalmiroi have been usin a vercion 96 in ubuntu 12.417:16
arrrghhhTankC, you can download that .tar.gz and install from source.  I like using checkinstall17:16
smitzerhow do i add something to my home path?17:16
DiplomatSoo.. lets imagine I have cron job that runs every 5 seconds and downloads something.. if this download takes more than 5 seconds.. does it still starts another download process while that first process runs?17:16
DiplomatJust to be clear17:16
nszcetaActionParsnip clients are using Windows17:16
arrrghhhTankC, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingEasyHowTo17:17
TimeViruscompiling and easy? I'm not buying it!17:17
arrrghhhwell, as easy as installing from source can be :P17:17
arrrghhhTimeVirus, checkinstall is seriously nice.  makes a package suitable for dpkg to just install like any other in the end ;)17:18
TankCarrrghhh: Thanks17:18
TimeVirusya I'm reading now17:18
TankCI'm not scared of compiling, I just don't know the idiomatic ubuntu way to do it17:19
TankCI used to run Gentoo :)17:19
expungeTankC: at least use checkinstall17:19
arrrghhhah I see.  You are very familiar with it.17:19
TimeVirusa friend of mine wants me to do a gentoo17:19
arrrghhhbasically instead of make install, use checkinstall17:19
MonkeyDust!compile | TankC17:19
ubottuTankC: Compiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first). Also read !checkinstall17:19
TankCarrrghhh: what does checkinstall buy me over apt-get -b source <pkgname> ?17:20
arrrghhhTankC, if it's available in apt-get that is obviously easier/preferred method17:20
arrrghhhbut you were asking about how to compile something specifically from source...17:20
TankCAh, ok.. so will checkinstall even work for packages that don't have explicitly defined deb layouts?17:21
arrrghhhwhich I think my link is better MonkeyDust :P17:21
arrrghhhit has the 'newbie' guide all the way at the bottom in the comments17:21
arrrghhhTankC, exactly.  checkinstall replaces make install and builds a .deb for dpkg so you can easily remove it later.17:21
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MonkeyDustTankC  there's also #ubuntu-app-devel17:21
TankCarrrghhh: that's amazing :) Thanks!17:21
bipulIs there any offical channel for askubuntu?17:22
arrrghhhbazhang, ah that's a good link thx.17:22
TimeVirusheck, I'm having more difficulty getting Ubuntu to boot from my external, thinking maybe i should beat that before ai try and build from source17:22
bazhangarrrghhh, also a !factoid17:22
arrrghhhbazhang, I see that thank you :)17:23
bazhang!alis | bipul17:23
ubottubipul: alis is a services bot that can help you find channels. Read "/msg alis help list" . For more help or questions relating to alis, please join #freenode. Example usage: /msg alis list #ubuntu* or /msg alis list *http*17:23
MonkeyDustbipul  alis doesnt find it17:23
expungeaskubuntu is a communication medium itself...17:24
expungewhy would it have another communication medium on top of it?17:24
expungethat's why #ubuntuforums doesn't really work17:24
TimeVirusall the better to hack you with ;)17:24
OerHeks!ot | TimeVirus stop your funny comments please17:25
ubottuTimeVirus stop your funny comments please: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!17:25
digitsmI reinstalled xubuntu and its shutdown / suspend problem solved17:25
OerHeks!yay | digitsm17:26
ubottudigitsm: Glad you made it! :-)17:26
digitsmMaybe the problem was from the updates I installed after installing ubuntu17:26
TimeVirussupport for my installation problems ubottu?17:26
digitsmubottu, Thanks :D17:26
TimeVirusproblems that dont allow me to boot ubuntu from external usb? maybe?17:26
arrrghhhTimeVirus, does your BIOS support that type of booting?17:27
digitsmubottu is a bot? :/17:27
ubottudigitsm: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)17:27
arrrghhhwhat's the issue exactly?17:27
TimeVirusflash boot = no problems17:27
TimeVirusI got pastes :)17:28
digitsmPlease teach ubottu to say "You are welcome" in response to "Thanks", not saying "I don't know anything about Thanks!!!"17:29
arrrghhhalso, if anyone wants to take a crack at my java issues it would be appreciated!17:29
arrrghhhRunning CrashPlan seems to well crash.17:29
genii!thanks | digilink17:30
ubottudigilink: You're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)17:30
ActionParsnipdigitsm: you can teach her17:30
ActionParsnipdigitsm: you can suggest factoids17:31
TimeVirushttp://paste.ubuntu.com/8080835/  &&  http://paste.ubuntu.com/8081695/ those are outputs from an Ubuntu application "Boot-Repair-Disk' maybe someone here can see what I'm not17:31
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TimeVirus_did you get my pastes??17:33
smitzerhow do I add something to my path?17:33
smitzerhow do I move icons in the icon bar?17:33
ActionParsnipsmitzer: export PATH=$PATH:/location/of/new/folder17:34
TimeVirus_drag and drop?17:34
ActionParsnipsmitzer: a long click and you can drag them up and down17:34
ActionParsnipsmitzer: you can also drag from Dash to the launcher on the left17:34
TimeVirus_http://paste.ubuntu.com/8080835/  &&  http://paste.ubuntu.com/8081695/ what do youz think is wrong with these external hdd configs?17:35
TimeVirus_cant boot17:35
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smitzerty btw17:37
TimeVirus_should I delete all the linux off of it, move the NTFS to the back end of the drive and try reinstall Ubuntu? but makes no sense that would have any effect17:37
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smitzerActionParsnip, how do I give path relative to home?17:37
digitsmsmitzer, like ~/sth17:38
digitsm~ = /home/yourname17:38
ActionParsnipsmitzer: $HOME or ~17:38
TimeVirus_no help for me guys?17:38
ActionParsnipsmitzer: eg:   export PATH=$PATH:$HOME/bin17:38
ActionParsnipTimeVirus_: what is your issue?17:39
expunge"lol nobody read my big pastebins and guessed my problem"17:39
ActionParsnipsmitzer: Dash is what shows when you press SuperL (aka "Windows Key")17:39
TimeVirus_http://paste.ubuntu.com/8081695/ this external hdd isnt booting ubuntu17:39
ActionParsnipexpunge: pretty much17:39
blackyboy# Days before considering an unreferenced file expired (to be deleted).17:40
blackyboyWARNING: if the value is set too low and particular index files are not17:40
blackyboyavailable for some days (mirror downtime) then there is a risk of removal of17:40
blackyboystill useful package files.ExTreshold: 417:40
ActionParsnipTimeVirus_: which drive? there are 217:40
TimeVirus_the 500GB17:40
blackyboy# Days before considering an unreferenced file expired (to be deleted). WARNING: if the value is set too low and particular index files are not available for some days (mirror downtime) then there is a risk of removal of still useful package files.    ExTreshold: 4. Could anyone please help me to understand this ?17:41
GatisVPN is not working.. thoughts?17:41
pbxi use emacs, and many times when i hit alt (meta) i end up with the "type your command" box. just my spastic typing or is there a way to make this less sensitive?17:41
digitsmTimeVirus_, What error it issues when trying to boot from your external HDD?17:41
TimeVirus_no error at all it boots from the internal as if the usb external isnt there17:42
TimeVirus_make any sens?17:42
pbxGatis, you need to share more detail than "not working."  have you used it successfully?  on this machine?  what's changed since?  what  have you tried? what errors do you get?17:42
arrrghhhTimeVirus_, change the BIOS so it's forced to boot from that drive17:42
bipulfind! ia32-libs17:42
arrrghhhalthough it appears you have windows as the boot partition there?17:43
TimeVirus_thats not it arrrrghhh17:43
digitsmTimeVirus_, Did you select your USB HDD as the first boot device in BIOS?17:43
TimeVirus_usb is first in boot order17:43
bipul!find ia32-libs17:43
arrrghhhTimeVirus_, remove all the others17:43
arrrghhhonly boot from it17:43
ubottuPackage/file ia32-libs does not exist in trusty17:43
smitzer[OPTIONAL] Add the "{installation home}/bin" to your PATH environmental17:43
smitzer     variable so that you may start Android Studio from any directory.17:43
TimeVirus_unplug the internal?17:43
arrrghhhsee if it works.  what else is on that drive?17:43
Gatispbx, never used it succesfully i used GUI to connect to VPN... im using LXDE on ubuntu 14.0417:43
arrrghhhdon't need to unplug it17:43
arrrghhhjust remove it from the boot order17:43
TimeVirus_an ntfs logical partition17:43
smitzerexport PATH=$PATH:$HOME/android-studio/bin17:43
smitzerdoes not work17:43
TimeVirus_ah ok17:43
smitzerwhat am i doing wrong?17:44
XantaraOk I'm using 14.04 and my screen resolution just spontaneously changed from native LCD which is 1440x900 to 1024x76817:44
TimeVirus_ok I'm boot to BIOS and disable internal boot ...see what happens17:44
Xantarawhat would cause that to happen?17:44
TimeVirus_be back in a few17:45
ActionParsnipXantara: "native LCD resolution" is different between displays17:46
ActionParsnipbipul: ia32-libs isnt needed as the OS is fully multiarch'd nw17:46
ActionParsnipXantara: does the system have a make and model?17:47
ActionParsnipXantara: have you looked in /var/log/Xorg.0.log ?17:47
smitzerhow do I remove from the PATH?17:47
XantaraI've tried looking in all that stuff and set somethign in xorg.conf that almost seems to work (it looks like it does it for about 30 seconds after booting up before dropping into a lower resolution again)17:47
MonkeyDust!path | smitzer17:48
ubottusmitzer: The $PATH variable tells the shell where to look for the commands you tell it to run. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EnvironmentVariables#File-location_related_variables17:48
XantaraSystem is my own build AT3IONT-I motherboard, 4gb ram, 32gb ssd and 2tb hd... monitor is Acer AL1916W  and It worked perfectly fine until like yesterday when i got back from errands and stuff and it was running in a lower resolution than normal17:49
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apb1963is there a recommended (working) tutorial for wireless?17:50
pbxapb1963, what have you found and tried?17:51
abckb__I am using 14.04. Any chance that I get later version of kernel sometime down the line?17:52
expungeabckb__: every chance17:53
apb1963pbx: All kinds of things that came up on google...  since I just rebooted, I don't have the references handy.17:53
abckb__expunge: any idea when?17:53
Xantarahttp://pastebin.com/1r96bVUx <- Copy  of my /var/log/Xorg.0.log17:53
klaus_hey guys i was off yesterday if anyone still answered17:53
expungeabckb__: whenever you like, if you're willing to do a little work17:53
expungeklaus_: very hard to imagine that message serving a purpose =)17:54
apb1963pbx: I'm trying to use command line only tools17:54
abckb__expunge: I am interested in the package named "beignet" for OpenCL programming. Its v0.3 in 14.04. May I get v0.9.2? I tried compiling from source -- but in vain.17:55
smitzerwhere is the PATH file so i an edit it by hand instead?17:55
jhutchinsapb1963: Why do you need a newer kernel?  Is the current one not working?17:55
smitzerI did: "export PATH=$PATH:$HOME/android-studio/bin" but still cant run ./studio.sh if i am not in android-studio/bin. what am i doing wrong?17:55
abckb__expunge: and yes later version of kernel would be nice :) What do I have to do? any link?17:56
apb1963jhutchins: umm...I think you missed your target :)17:56
XantaraI'm pretty sure this line is the wrong one17:56
Xantara[   118.625] (II) NVIDIA(0): Setting mode "VGA-0: 1152x864 @1152x864 +0+0 {ViewPortIn=1152x864, ViewPortOut=1152x864+0+0}"17:56
jhutchinsapb1963: Sorry, wrong nic.17:56
klaus_what is a nice irc tool for ubuntu. im missing my mirc :/ everything got logged and i could alwayys see what others posted. but when i close smuxl everything is gone17:56
jhutchinsapb1963: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs17:57
ubunti open file with vim but i can not write in , whats the problem?17:57
MonkeyDustklaus_  #ubuntu has its own log17:57
apb1963pbx: I went round and round in circles on this one https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WiFiHowTo17:57
MonkeyDustklaus_  and i guess xchat would be closest to mirc17:58
apb1963jhutchins: thank you... but that doesn't seem to work for me.... I must be overlooking something.17:58
ActionParsnipklaus_: or irssi, lots of scripting17:58
arrrghhhRunning CrashPlan seems to well crash. http://paste.ubuntu.com/8099252/17:58
jhutchinsubunt: Do you mean you can't edit it?  Are you in edit mode?  Or do you mean you can not save the file?17:58
ActionParsnipLaban: what do you like about mirc?17:58
jhutchinsapb1963: If you can give us specific details we might have answers.17:58
jhutchinsapb1963: What did you try to do?  How did you try to do it?  What did you expect to happen?  What happened instead?17:58
ubunti put vim script.sh17:59
pbxgood questions jhutchins17:59
DJonesklaus_: There's quite a few listed on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat Probably best to try a few, I use irssi which is terminal based, or occasionally Hexchat17:59
klaus_thank you guys17:59
bprompt!xchat | klaus_17:59
ubottuklaus_: A list of official Ubuntu IRC channels, as well as IRC clients for Ubuntu, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat - For a general list of !freenode channels, see http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#channellist - See also !Guidelines17:59
klaus_is hexchat also terminal based17:59
ActionParsnipklaus_: what do you like about mirc?17:59
DJonesklaus_: No, thats GUI based,  its a sucessor to xchat18:00
pbxklaus_, there's an #xchat channel here on freenode despite the fact that their four-year-old website doesn't mention it :)18:00
ActionParsnipklaus_: maybe we can advise a client with the desired functionality18:00
bpromptklaus_:    there is also Konversation and quassel or kvirc18:00
ActionParsnipklaus_: also weechat and pidgin18:00
MonkeyDustklaus_  i guess what you like most about mirc, is that you're used to it18:01
klaus_i dont know maybe i just like it because im using it since 10 years and know everything. i often have special needs because im visually impaired18:01
klaus_as monkeydust said :;D18:01
ActionParsnipklaus_: then you can use anything, try a few18:01
ActionParsnipklaus_: mirc has a lot of scripting functionality, which you obviosly dont use18:02
Xantarabtw i tried xrandr and it seems to be choking too18:03
klaus_i think ill try hexchat but just because the first one tor :Pold me to use xchat and hexchat is the success18:03
klaus_hoops typos18:03
arrrghhhhexchat is awesome, and works on all platforms pretty much18:03
arrrghhhklaus_, will let you read scrollback as well, assuming you leave it open...18:04
rohitI am new bie in linux18:04
netlarAre there any tutorials for using dash in unity?18:05
MonkeyDustnetlar  click here and there, learn it by using it18:06
exportsmitzer: did you ever figure out your issue with path?18:06
pbxnetlar, anything specific you're wondering about?18:06
TimeVirusok arrrghhh It worked! once disabling the internal from boot sequence did it, I was able to boot Ubuntu! AND when grub came up there was an entry for windows 7 listed 7 being on the internal18:06
arrrghhhTimeVirus, good18:07
netlarpbx: Yes, concerning the filters.  Do those need to be reset everytime?18:07
TimeVirusI have an update of some kind but my wifi needs firmware so18:07
pbxnetlar, one thing that helped me was holding down super and reading that whole "keyboard shortcuts" window18:07
pbxnetlar, for filters the nicest thing i discovered was that ctrl-tabbing rotates through them (icons show at bottom of results window)18:08
MarkusDBXLooking for a good application for making diagrams, any ideas?18:08
TimeVirusI wanted to boot into 7 again to say thx, then run to the house and connect eth0 and get that firmware but when it reboot BIOS said there was no Boot device detected18:08
netlarpbx: thought those were lenses?18:09
arrrghhhTimeVirus, connect it to a different USB port?18:09
arrrghhhdid you*18:09
TimeVirusstrange happenings18:09
arrrghhhI dunno.  Booting the OS from a USB port is not really a good idea mainly because it's slow (unless 3.0)18:09
netlarpbx: I am talking about those filters on the right18:09
arrrghhhsome BIOS don't handle it that well either.  Again, check the BIOS.18:10
TimeVirusyes but its my best option on18:10
arrrghhhperhaps there's a key you can press (F12?) to pick a drive to boot from18:10
apb1963jhutchins: Using this link: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WiFiHowTo  and starting with the section titled "Using the command Line", the command "ip link set" fails with "Not enough information: "dev" argument is required."... however, moving past that, I followed the remaining commands in that section, and although it just "stops", I presume that at the end of that section, I should have a working wireless connection.  I don't.18:10
TimeVirusfor now18:10
smitzerexport, no18:10
flyingfisch2does wget do a good job of not corrupting downloads?18:10
Rockelarrehello, where is the preferences in Ubuntu 14.04.1? mi System dont have preferences18:10
smitzerI did: "export PATH=$PATH:$HOME/android-studio/bin" but still cant run ./studio.sh if i am not in android-studio/bin. what am i doing wrong?18:10
smitzerwhere is the PATH file so i an edit it by hand instead?18:10
enycarrrghhh: hrrm I boot linux from USB2 raid1 ok on laptop18:10
enycarrrghhh: p.s. like the name =)18:10
exportsmitzer: ./command means CURRENT directory command, drop the ./ and run just studio.sh18:11
pbxnetlar, yeah, the general categories of those filters are represented by the icons at the bottom of the window also.  and as you ctrl-tab they are activated in sequence18:11
TimeViruswell I feel as though I'm closing in on the problem maybe when I shut down and disable internal again it'll come up --- maybe i need ot boot into bios all the time18:11
TimeVirusclosing in thanks to your help possibly18:11
netlarpbx: No those are lenses18:11
pbxnetlar, if you really need the granularity of the little buttons i don't have any special tips. i found that part fussy and not that useful18:11
apb1963jhutchins: I had this going several months ago, sadly I can't find my notes on the subject... so I know it's possible, I just don't remember how I did it.18:12
pbxnetlar, ok then, it's clear i'm not a good mentor on this :)18:12
Rockelarrehola, alguien sabe donde pueden estar las Preferencias en mi Ubuntu 14.04.1, no estan en Sistem, ayuddaaa please18:12
netlarpbx: So you do not use those filters on the right?18:12
TimeVirusI'll keep in mind f12 idea too18:12
smitzerexport: thanks a lot, it works.18:12
pbxnetlar, i do not.18:12
smitzerhow do I remove stuff from the path? where is the textfile located? can i edit it by hand instead?18:13
TimeVirusI'ma try it again18:13
TimeVirusfinners crossed x18:13
exportsmitzer: you probably don't want to remove paths that are already there.18:13
smitzerexport, i added a wrong path18:13
smitzerand the same path 5 times18:13
exportsmitzer: just re-set the path, export PATH=18:14
exportor exit the shell if you didn't add the path to .profile or anything like that.18:14
TJ-smitzer: ". /etc/environment"18:15
exportoh i didn't even know Ubuntu used that18:15
apb1963jhutchins: I believe the relevant issue can be seen here: wlan0: <NO-CARRIER,BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP> as I'm able to ping the wlan0 interface18:16
DrStannumХм... А русскоязычные тут есть?18:17
DJones!ru | DrStannum18:17
ubottuDrStannum: Пожалуйста наберите /join #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке. | Pozhalujsta naberite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke.18:17
Nothing_MuchI'm having problems with a USB flash drive that refuses to not be read-only18:19
Nothing_MuchThe error says "The destination is read-only."18:19
apb1963oh wait... I think I know what it is.18:19
Nothing_MuchI've tried commands and gksudo nautilus to manually change the permissions18:19
Nothing_MuchBut nothing works18:19
morpheus_grhello iptables-save does not save the current iptables list rather the default startup list, do i miss some switch?18:20
Nothing_MuchBut the permissions in the "Group" and "Others" keep defaulting to the "None" immediately after I switch to "create and delete files"!18:21
MonkeyDustNothing_Much  i guess you make startup disk creator format your usb stick18:21
Nothing_MuchMonkeyDust: How do I do that?18:21
Nothing_MuchOh I got it18:21
Nothing_MuchIt's still read only!!18:22
expungehi flerb18:23
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Flerb_I am trying to install ubuntu however the installation menu says that it cannot detect my operating system18:24
Flerb_I am also running windows 718:24
expungeFlerb_: that's okay, you can do the custom 'something else' option and fix it later18:24
Flerb_expunge: uhuh18:24
Flerb_So after doing something else, do I need to configure it?18:25
expungeyou might have to tell it what partition space to use/avoid18:25
expungethe rest is about the same, IIRC18:25
Flerb_Oh. I'm not completely comfortable with that, but OK18:26
expungeFlerb_: you should see your Windows partitions18:27
expungethere'll be two or three, at the start of your disk18:27
Flerb_wait fuck. did I just18:27
Flerb_oh ok18:27
expungedon't tell the system do delete or overwrite them, and they'll be fine18:27
Flerb_Oh shit18:27
MonkeyDustFlerb_  mind your language18:27
Flerb_I just deleted my entire windows installation somehow18:27
expungealso any changes you tell it to make probably won't apply until you click next or whatever18:27
Flerb_Oh well18:27
expungeuiuiuiui: ohio18:27
Flerb_There wasn't much on there18:27
uiuiuiuihey hey18:27
uiuiuiuigood bye18:28
Nothing_MuchBut the permissions in the "Group" and "Others" keep defaulting to the "None" immediately after I switch to "create and delete files"!18:29
Nothing_MuchThe permissions in the "Group" and "Others" keep defaulting to the "None" immediately after I switch to "create and delete files" on my USB key!18:29
Nothing_MuchHad to redo that one, sorry.18:29
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socI'd like to remove the package (listed under "not installed (residual config)") libkadm5srv-mit818:30
eeeeNothing_Much: is it fat/ntfs?18:30
socremoving it with synaptic and apt-get both doesn't do anything18:30
Nothing_Mucheeee: Yes18:31
Nothing_MuchAnd I'm *able* to change the permissions18:31
socthe operation successfully copletes but the package is still listed there18:31
eeeeNothing_Much: fat/ntfs can't hold linux file permissions18:31
Nothing_MuchBut it won't let me18:31
eeeeNothing_Much: it needs to be ext3/418:31
Nothing_MuchOh, well, it worked before18:31
smitzerTJ,export: how exactly?18:31
Nothing_MuchProblem with ext 3/4 is that they need to be root to be accessed, which sucks18:31
eeeeNothing_Much: what do you mean?18:32
winterflowerhey everyone, I'm trying to install trusty tahr, but the ubuntu md5 hashes page does not have the md5sum value for the 14.04.1 amd64 .iso file18:32
VRMac|WorkMy clock has gone missing from the top bar in Unity.18:32
winterflowercould anyone help me out?18:32
MonkeyDustNothing_Much  please, watch your language18:32
apb1963jhutchins: The first thing that page fails to mention is the fact that iwconfig does not support WPA/WPA2 negotiation & authentication when connecting to a wlan network. That is to say the only wifi networks you can connect to with iwconfig are open unencrypted networks and WEP enabled networks.  It should state so upfront so that one does not wander aimlessly forever.18:32
smitzerexport PATH=18:32
Nothing_MuchMonkeyDust: Sorry, just a bit annoyed at it18:33
smitzerbecause now i removed everyhting from my path accidently which makes it hard to do anything18:33
Nothing_Mucheeee: What I mean is that I can't just copy and paste with nautilus18:34
eeeesmitzer: this is my $PATH , 14.04.1 default /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games18:34
eeeeNothing_Much: you can use nautilus as a privileged user, open the terminal and "gksu nautilus ."18:35
Nothing_Mucheeee: I did that18:35
Nothing_MuchOh wait18:35
Nothing_MuchYeah I'll try that18:35
smitzerwhen doing export=PATH it does not seem to get saved. when i start anew shell, it is forgotten18:37
smitzerhow do I make sure it is stored for good?18:37
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Spenkhi to all, i need to define what file system use to a mediaserver (1TB of movie, picture, music) running on top of VMFS. XFS or ext4 or what ? thanks18:39
MonkeyDustsmitzer  i guess comment 7 is most relevant for you http://askubuntu.com/questions/3744/how-do-i-modify-my-path-so-that-the-changes-are-available-in-every-terminal-sess18:40
VRMac|WorkHow does one re-enable the Unity clock in the upper right? The setting is greyed out.18:43
eeeeVRMac|Work: try sudo dconf reset -f /org/compiz && setsid unity18:43
xanguaVRMac|Work: what ubuntu release? did you try to log out/in18:44
Nothing_MuchNothing's working :(18:44
eeeeNothing_Much: what do you mean?18:44
Nothing_Mucheeee: Hang on a second, I screwed up on copying something18:45
Nothing_MuchI'll try again18:45
smitzer how do I run chrome without doing it from the shell? if i lock it to launcher and click it it does not launch.18:45
OerHeksVRMac|Work, system settings > time & date > tab clock > show ...18:46
VRMac|WorkOerHeks: I just said that it's greyed out...18:46
VRMac|WorkI'm not dense.18:46
VRMac|WorkThis happened after a reboot. I'm on 14.0418:46
moondoggyCan someone recommend an application (not command-line) for Ubuntu to do pgp mail encryption / decryption?18:46
eeeeVRMac|Work: did you try to reset as per command?18:47
OerHeksVRMac|Work, did you install something before that reboot?18:47
VRMac|Workmoondoggy: Enigmail with the Thunderbird client works well.18:47
VRMac|WorkOerHeks: I've installed no software. I don't see where installing software would reconfigure my interface.18:47
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Guest66244is libre office the same as open office ==18:47
VRMac|Workeeee: What effect would that have on other settings? I won't blindly run a command.18:47
VRMac|WorkGuest66244: No.18:47
moondoggyThanks, VRMac|Work.18:48
eeeeVRMac|Work: it will reset unity..18:48
MonkeyDustGuest66244  similar, but not tthe same, or there wouldnt be need for a different name18:48
VRMac|WorkOpenOffice is run by Oracle. Due to Oracle's reputation, the LibreOffice fork is maintained by the Document Foundation.18:48
VRMac|Workeeee: Sorry. Don't mean to be testy. I just don't like "try this command", especially when it involves words like reset.18:49
VRMac|WorkI'm more interested in why it vanished when I haven't changed anything.18:50
VRMac|WorkDespite a few warnings and errors in the console, it seems to have worked.18:51
Kenjiroguys I am having a very weird issue with Ubuntu server 14.04.118:52
eeee!server | Kenjiro18:53
ubottuKenjiro: Ubuntu Server Edition is a release of Ubuntu designed especially for server environments, including a server specific !kernel and no !GUI. The install CD contains many server applications. Current !LTS version is !Trusty (Trusty Tahr 14.04) - More info: http://www.ubuntu.com/products/whatisubuntu/serveredition - Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/serverguide/C/ - Support in #ubuntu-server18:53
KenjiroI have two servers, both with 14.04.1. In one, if I issue "apt-get install dovecot-postfix" it finds the package and install it. In the other, it says suck packages doesn't exist18:53
smitzerso to constantly add something to path, how do I do?18:54
eeeesmitzer: you mean append?18:54
enycsmitzer: per-user or per-system ?18:54
smitzerper user18:55
enycKenjiro: (a) check for differences in /etc/apt/sources.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d  -- did you add a PPA on one or something ?   (b) check for errors when "sudo apt-get update"18:55
booh14.04 when I do "startx" I have only a big cross for the mouse and the screen is black...18:56
boohit was an upgrade18:56
Kenjiroenyc: I checked /etc/apt/sources.list and they are identical. I will check the rest, hold on18:56
enycbooh: maybe 'xterm' isn't installed?18:56
eeeebooh: i recall you deleted some xorg packages earlier?18:57
smitzereeee, enyc : per user. append.18:57
enycsmitzer: look in your  .profile   file -- notice it adds to the paith.. . I would expect you can add a new line e.g.   PATH="$PATH:/something/else"   on the end18:57
vandersonGuys, someone here knows how to work with BISON++?18:58
enycsmitzer: then logout login etc... -- need to check it works for all contexts you need, it might not get to the panel/desktop/etc. only 'terminals' -- depends... not sure... =)18:58
Kenjiroenyc: nope, no errors when running "apt-get update", sources.list and source.list.d are identical19:00
darkangelHey out of curiousness if ur wanting to host a website is this a good stepping progress website? https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-apache-virtual-hosts-on-ubuntu-14-04-lts19:00
enycKenjiro: compare 'apt-cache show PACKAGENAME' and 'apt-cache search PACKAGENAME' on them ...?19:01
enycKenjiro: is one a different architecture to the other?19:01
Kenjirothey are both x86_6419:02
Kenjirolet me compare that19:02
eeeeKenjiro: i tried to apt-cache show and it seems the package is obsolete or something19:02
eeeePackage dovecot-postfix is not available, but is referred to by another package.19:02
eeeeThis may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or19:02
eeeeis only available from another source19:02
eeeeHowever the following packages replace it:19:02
eeee  mail-stack-delivery19:02
unopasteeeee you have been muted for 60 seconds as it looks like you are pasting lots of lines into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com and paste just the URL of your data here when you are unmuted19:02
enycKenjiro: hrrm  packages.ubuntu.com/dovecot-postfix  both suggest it is in 12.04  but not 14.0419:03
enyceeee: ^^ not in 14.0419:03
Kenjirohmmmmmmmmm wait a minute....19:03
Kenjiroone of them was upgraded from 12.04.4 to 14.04.119:03
Kenjiroso that could be the difference19:03
Kenjirobut since the sources are identical, why one can install it, the other can't?19:04
Kenjirolet me see if that 'mail-stack-delivery' packages does the trick19:05
Doctor_N1ckkill a guy19:06
solarshey, can anyone recommend a fast (but not LTE) 3g usb stick that just works under ubuntu and does not require mode switch etc?19:06
smitzerbut there must be a really simpel way to just add things to your path..??? people do this all the time. how do YOu do it?19:07
GatisLinux community is too mad19:08
Kenjirowell... installing that mail-stack-delivery did the trick19:08
GatisIM going back to windows :)19:08
GatisI just can't explain how windows is much better19:08
MonkeyDustGatis  use what best suits your needs19:09
smitzerwhere should ~/.bashrc be located?19:09
sereGatis: follow your heart19:09
MonkeyDustsmitzer  in ~19:10
SCHAAP137Gatis, there is more than just windows and linux eh, there is BSD, there is Plan9, there is Barrelfish/Arrakis19:10
MonkeyDustsmitzer  ~ means your home folder19:10
SCHAAP137a whole spectrum of OS"s19:10
GatisSCHAAP137, oh no i believe those are joke19:10
Gatisyou can't beat windows19:10
MonkeyDustGatis  there's a zillion different OS's, windows is simply the Main Stream (MS)19:11
SCHAAP137tell us, Gatis, what do u like most about windows?19:11
smitzerapparently there is home/username/ i thought home was =username19:11
GatisWindows is so simple so stable19:11
MonkeyDustwhat he likes most about it, is that he is used to it19:11
smitzeri have bashrc there already but it is ignored19:11
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SCHAAP137simplicity and stability, well, Ubuntu is simple and stable as well Gatis19:12
sereGatis: I think what you mean windows is more simple and mainstream..better is pushing it :)19:12
cynicallemonGatis: if you like windows so much then just use it and stop trolling the linux channels19:12
OerHeksGatis do this flamewar in #ubuntu-offtopic, keep this channel clear for support thanks19:12
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Gatislinux community is too mad19:13
cynicallemonOerHeks: he just got kicked from ##linux19:13
Doctor_N1ckmore like lunix19:13
Doctor_N1ckam i right19:13
Gatisthey get upset for everything19:13
Gatiscan't even tell opinon19:13
rwwGatis: #ubuntu is for Ubuntu community support only. If you're not looking for Ubuntu support, go elsewhere. Thanks.19:13
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roninolikos jotian kikkakolmosta siihen, jos mun kaiki usb-levyt ei mounttaantunu ku kytkin ne usbiin19:14
SCHAAP137there is rules, Gatis, every system has rules19:14
ubottuTämä kanava on tarkoitettu vain englanninkieliselle keskustelulle. Jos haluat suomenkielistä apua (K)ubuntun ongelmiin, liity kanavalle #ubuntu-fi / #kubuntu-fi :-)19:14
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roninubottu, ops19:14
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roninubottu, I thought we were in ircnet19:14
ubotturonin: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)19:14
Gatisit's not worth for me to explain it19:14
roninbots can be intelligent19:14
SCHAAP137ubottu, nice name19:14
rwwGatis: Do you have an Ubuntu support question, or not?19:15
loganrunI have ubuntu installed on a raid 5 array. However, one of the drives crashed and the software took it off line, now the machine won't boot. I get unknown LVM metadata header. No such disk. and then fallws into grub rescue prompt19:15
roninhow can I mount my usb drive when I attached it to the usb port, but nothing happened. when i try to open the folder in nautilus i get operation pending19:15
roninfailed to mount, operation bending19:15
SCHAAP137loganrun, do u have a way to rebuild the RAID set in a different way?19:15
ronindbus error19:15
ne56rhello :)19:16
loganrunSCHAAP137, well, I was hoping I could just stick in a new drive and let it rebuild automatically19:16
loganrunSCHAAP137, otherwise, no, I would loose information19:16
zerowaitstateis anyone else having problems getting Unity integration with Google accounts to work?19:16
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loganrunI would have thought the raid array would include the boot information19:17
loganrunnot sure why it would not, maybe it is not technically possible for some reason,19:17
OerHekszerowaitstate, what is your google issue exactly?19:17
SCHAAP137loganrun, unfortunately i dont have experience with RAID failure, maybe someone else here19:20
loganrunSCHAAP137, ok trying on #linux19:21
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dnivra_hello everyone! I am using a cm108 audio USB device. pulseaudio volume control detects the audio out but not the input. I couldn't find much similar cases - most times the headset doesn't work at all. Could someone help out here?19:34
serequestion : the xfce power manager shows my battery on the notebook,mouse, and apple keyboard.. how can i found out there device location or id like batter_bat0 so i can put them into conky19:34
dnivra_sere: perhaps 'upower -e' in a terminal would be what you're looking for.19:36
serednivra_: yup thats it :) .. thank you19:37
boohI tried in tasksel to unchecked ubuntu desktop, and go back in tasksel to select unbuntu desktop.  On startx, I have only a big cross for the mouse... and a blank screen19:38
dnivra_sere: you're welcome :)19:39
GatisHere is the truth: I can't buy windows that's why i use linux19:39
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expungeGatis: it's $80 new, less if you buy a product key off a used computer19:42
expungethat's only a day's worth of work's earnings in civilized places19:42
expungestill an inferior OS, though19:42
GatisI have no job19:43
boohI tried in tasksel to unchecked ubuntu desktop, and go back in tasksel to select unbuntu desktop.  On startx, I have only a big cross for the mouse... and a blank screen.  Notice that with ubuntu-gnome it was working.19:44
Gatis80$ in one day that's in USA19:44
expungeGatis: doesn't matter if you don't have a job19:44
OerHeksGatis, still no support question?19:44
expungeIMO less time on IRC helps one earn more money =P19:44
uporotGatis: i have bad job19:45
expungebooh: can you right-click?19:45
vmdsch1I made the mistake of upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04.01 LTS ... only to find Canonical's vmbuilder is dysfunctional ... and gone!  So, I've scrambled all over looking for a replacement.  I'm thinking the best of the bunch just now is libguestfs project's virt-builder/virt-syspre/virt-install.  I sort of wish HashiCorp's (of Vagrant fame) packer (see http://packer.io) was about a year further along.  Bummer.  Does anyone know of anything better?  It would be gr19:45
GatisNow everybody hate me because i have no job :(19:46
Gatisno worry19:46
GatisIll go to Jesus19:46
bubbasauresbooh, seems like a reset is needed and or a graphic driver, what tweaks have you done or packages removed?19:46
MonkeyDustvmdsch1  i use vmware player (am in it now) and it is awesome... or are you looking for something else?19:47
uporotGatis: where u from ?19:48
Gatisanyone knows a job online?19:48
MonkeyDustGatis  this is not the right channel for you19:49
DJones!offtopic | Gatis19:49
ubottuGatis: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!19:49
Gatisi know19:49
MonkeyDustGatis  and this is how "inferior" Linux is http://malaysiandigest.com/technology/482848-linux-is-everywhere-we-show-you-exactly-where.html19:50
boohoh... working now just with: update-rc.d lightdm defaults.  Weird... I've done startx...19:50
MindSupernovadoes upgrading from 12.04 to 14.04 format my harddrive?19:51
OerHeksMindSupernova, no19:51
kjsuehejHow are you upgrading19:51
OerHekskjsuehej, doesn't matter, upgrade does not format19:52
timevirusarrrghhh are you here?19:52
arrrghhhtimevirus, sup19:52
timevirusI'm running from the external right now19:52
timeviruswhen I want to boot into ubuntu from that external and the last OS I ran was ubuntu I have to re-enable the internal hdd...19:53
timevirusboot that disk19:54
timevirusshut it dwn19:54
mjuszczakI'm using dput to upload a package to my PPA and it's succeeding but I'm not getting any emails (good or bad) from launchpad and it isn't appearing in the PPA - any ideas?19:54
kjsuehejOerHeks, depends on the definition of upgrading we see many use different meanings here, the devil is in the details.19:54
timevirusthen reinstall grub with it still enabled in BIOS19:54
timevirusnow go into BIOS disable internal and the external will be seen and will boot19:54
timevirusI have to do 'Boot-Disk-Repair' each time which reinstalls grub19:55
timevirusstrange happenings huh?19:55
kjsuehejtimevirus, it would help to see tue bootinfo summary.19:56
timeviruscool I have 4 pastes19:56
dnivra_hello everyone! I am using a cm108 audio USB device. pulseaudio volume control says the audio out is fine but not input. I couldn't find much similar cases when I looked around the internet - most times the headset doesn't work at all. Could someone help out here?19:57
kjsuehejtimevirus, just the latest  the most accurate.19:57
MOZGIIIhi, how do I make grub2 to NOT to update itself on the mbr?19:57
flyingfisch2does anyone have an ubuntu-14.04.1-desktop-amd64.iso file to do an md5sum on?19:57
MOZGIII*on grub2 updates19:57
flyingfisch2the ubuntu hashes page only has up to 14.0419:58
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kjsuehejMOZGIII, remove the os-prober in grub.19:58
timevirusok kj latest it is19:58
dnivra_flyingfisch2: http://releases.ubuntu.com/14.04/SHA256SUMS seems to have hashes for
OerHeksflyingfisch2, http://releases.ubuntu.com/.pool/MD5SUMS19:59
flyingfisch2nvr, found em. if anyone needs em here they are: http://askubuntu.com/questions/503776/md5-hash-for-ubuntu-14-04-1-desktop-amd64-iso19:59
MOZGIIIkjsuehej: I don't get how it help, any more info on that?19:59
flyingfisch2ok, looks like I got the whole file :)19:59
CountryfiedLinuxWhere can I get the google-talk plugin for Ubuntu?19:59
timeviruskjsuehej: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/8100419/19:59
timevirushiya cfl! \o20:00
kjsuehejMOZGIII, sudo apt-get remove os-prober20:00
CountryfiedLinuxhowdy timbur20:00
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CountryfiedLinuxsorry timbur but hello to you too :P20:00
kjsuehejMOZIII, wh would help is ypur having a clue. ;)20:01
Gatiswhere are system error logs saved?20:01
MOZGIIIkjsuehej: oh, that may be interesting, I'll go see what that does20:01
timeviruswhat do ya think kjsuehej?20:01
vyperhello room20:02
vyperdoes anyone have any information on possible sms messaging from ubuntu?20:03
ScuniziWnen using Startup Disk Creator my system will ask for a password.. BUT first I have to pic a user.  There are 2 listed and they are identical with the same password. However, when I look in the GUI "users" section there is only one user listed. If I pick the wrong user name on authorization the system doesn't like it. How do I eliminate the phantom 2nd user?20:03
boohin an old ubuntu distro, I was able to detect and load some proprietary drivers.  How to do that in 14.04 ?20:03
kjsuehejtimevirus, if you use the per-session boot you should be able to choose the external usb, an external is a bad option anyway.20:03
kjsuehejI know it always worked before20:04
timevirusok I thought of trying that but thought surely there must be no diffeance20:04
kjsuehejbooh, only drivers supported here are the ones in the repos.20:05
timevirusbad option or not its my only option if I'm going to run linux20:05
timevirusand i want to run linux host virtualbox and GNS320:06
boohI mean for graphic cards?20:06
timevirusand learn linux in the mean time while I'm sitting aruond doing nothing else20:06
kjsuehejtimevirus how so you have an internal hd?20:06
flyingfisch2ok, rebooting, hopefully the next time I join I will be on Ubuntu 14.04... wish me luck!20:06
boohI have to be able to work with 4 monitors.    (I can't test right now, only have one screen at the moment)20:06
timevirusinternal is only 80GB and windows ate nearly all of that20:06
Scunizitimevirus: I missed the first part.. what drivers are you looking for? graphics or something else?20:06
timevirusnot me Scunizi20:07
timevirusno prob20:07
kjsuehejtimevirus, no you have stuff there that could be on the internal, no windows install needs 80 gigs, use your brain.20:08
Scunizibooh: look in the menus for "Restricted Drivers".. should be there.20:08
timeviruslol k20:08
timeviruswindows only see windows fs20:09
timevirusso it got some of the external as well as all but 14GB of the internal20:09
vypertimevirus - and it sometimes has trouble seeing its own fs...LOL20:10
kjsuehejtimevirus, and by the way, i'm the one who got that mess working for you, when I was not on my phone and using my registered nick.20:10
timevirusyoure saying youre arrrghhh?20:10
timevirusthat mess is still a mess btw20:11
timevirusgrub needs to be reinstalled ever time i want to boot ubuntu20:11
AEhi everybody20:11
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Scunizitimevirus: you booting from an external HD? or a different partition on your existing HD? or wubi?20:12
Guest99695I have just installed ubuntu on my laptop20:12
vyperim trying to find an app that will do sms to cell phone20:12
timevirusScunizi the external20:12
vyperhave tried multiple none work..LOL...any one know of any that work?20:13
Scunizitimevirus: did you create it as a "live" install or some other fashion?20:13
mozgiii_kjsuehej: still don't get how that helps... just did apt-get source os-prober - doesn't seem like what I'm looking for20:13
timeviruswell I intstalled Lubuntu to a bootable usb flash drive Live, k? that has no problem booting -- no flash drive dies20:14
timevirusI installed Lubuntu to my external HDD20:14
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timevirusGRUB gets confused and I have to go round the block to get into the kitchen20:14
timevirushave to reinstall grub every time I want to boot Lubuntu from the external20:15
Scunizitimevirus: and do you get into bios and change which drive to boot from when you try to boot to the external? ie.. some bios's have options for USB FFD, USB HDD etc.20:15
timevirusI have to enable and disable internal hdd ever time20:15
Scunizitimevirus: is UEFI or whatever they call it disabled?20:16
timevirusah I c Scunizi20:16
linuxanyone can help with cheese20:16
timevirusthis laptop predates UEFI20:16
jeffreylevesquei have lamp installed.  When I visit http://localhost/machine-learning/python/logic_loader.py, a popup opens instead of loading the content in the browser20:16
timevirus32 bit only20:16
timeviruscore 2 duo20:17
jeffreylevesquebut lamp (php).  ubuntu has python 2.720:17
linuxi have kubuntu with motion and it work few days dhan came update and all beauty was gone , when i try to start cheese i get linux@linux-K55VD:~$ cheese20:17
linuxlibv4l2: error setting pixformat: Device or resource busy20:17
linux(cheese:4439): cheese-WARNING **: Device '/dev/video0' is busy: gstv4l2object.c(2524): gst_v4l2_object_set_format (): /GstCameraBin:camerabin/GstWrapperCameraBinSrc:camera_source/GstBin:bin17/GstV4l2Src:video_source:20:17
linuxCall to S_FMT failed for YU12 @ 1280x720: Device or resource busy20:17
boohsomebody know how to set java -jar... execute jre6 installed ?20:18
Scunizitimevirus: I think part of the issue is a full install will lable the partitions with a UUID that may not be synced correctly when rebooting.. I would install the "live" version on the external usb with options for persistance so you can store data on it after shutdown20:18
timevirusI didnt know some BIOS sees flash different than they do spinning hdd20:18
vyperyea some do timevirus20:18
timevirusI thought that i did that with unetbootin20:18
boohIf I right-click my jar and ask to run with jre6, working fine.  I need to start from the command line: java -jar ... and I have error20:18
Scunizitimevirus: to the usb stick but you said you installed from the usb to the external drive.20:19
timevirusI got firmware for my Broadcom wifi card20:19
Scunizitimevirus: as a full install.20:19
arrrghhhtimevirus, why can't you just put grub on the external USB disk and use that to boot the internal?20:19
Scunizitimevirus: arrrghhh is right..20:20
timevirusit does arrrghhh20:20
timevirusbut i ahve to go through all that i've mentioned to get it working20:20
mozgiii_how can one make frub to only reconfigure the menus and stuff and replace it's FILES without touching the drive MBR? (I have another grub managing boot and just want to load menus from the ubuntu one)20:20
arrrghhhtimevirus, but is it changing daily or something?20:20
timeviruslol yes but not daily20:20
timevirusper boot20:21
arrrghhhno I mean your configuration20:21
arrrghhhonce you set it up it works fine, right?20:21
vyperthere is a grub customizer software where you can edit grub , clean it up etc...20:21
timevirusyes until I shut down or reboot for updates to take effect20:21
timevirusgrub customizer?20:22
roninis it possible that /dev/sdb1 can be after a restart /dev/sdc120:22
vyperhold a sec and i'll put a link in if thats allowed in here20:22
ajalkaneHi... so I've just upgraded from 12.04 to 14.04 and have a serious degression. Anyone have idea how to fix this? So I hit alt to get the HUD, but now I can only access the running program's menues. In 12.04 I could hit Alt and write "Shutdown" or "Suspend" or "Available" (to get online) or "Offline" to get offline. Now it doesn't work.20:22
linageeI'm having problems with Linux kernel 3.2 in Ubuntu 14.04. I installed linux-image 3.13, but when I boot I get no USB keyboard. Any suggestions?20:23
linagee(Yes 3.2 is an old kernel)20:23
Scuniziajalkane: can you CTRL+ALT+F2 to get to CLI?20:23
linageeI boot back into 3.2 so I can at least type, I look at the syslog. It seems there are USB disconnects every 3 seconds or so20:23
vyper timevirus :http://lifehacker.com/5760551/grub-customizer-makes-it-super-easy-to-edit-your-linux-boot-menu20:23
vypernot sure if that will help but you can def look at grub and make changes20:24
timevirusthanks vyper20:24
timevirusI'll look into it though20:24
ianorlinlinagee: what hardware do you have?20:24
ajalkaneScunizi: sure20:24
Scuniziajalkane: you can reboot, shutdown whatever from there.20:24
ianorlinlinagee does other usb work in 3.13? or all usb broken20:24
ajalkaneScunizi: of course, but that's kind of slow way to do it20:24
linageeianorlin: a regular USB keybaord. I think this might be the problem: http://askubuntu.com/questions/362402/usb-keyboard-does-not-load-after-13-10-upgrade20:25
mozgiii_ronin: yes20:25
ajalkaneScunizi: might as well move the good old mouse to the menu to do it20:25
ajalkaneI'm just looking for a way to fix the behaviour so that it works as in 12.04 and the HUD becomes really great feature like it once was20:25
roninmozgiii_, that's not cool :D20:25
ajalkaneI'm actually okay with modifying Unity source codes if that's the only way to do it and there's not some underlying technical reason why it's no longer feasible20:26
Scuniziajalkane: so something broke on the upgrade.. I've forgotten the exact command but sudo apt-get -f install or similar will look for broken packages.20:27
ianorlinlinagee that question is involving the keyboard for full disk encryption envetinr gpassphrase20:27
mozgiii_ronin: yeah, that's a very old problem, you can google something like "linux hdds order" for more info20:27
timeviruswe're zeroing in on this...maybe it cant be fixed and I'll just have to go with the work-around -- I didnt realize there was any difference tween flash and magnetic memory other than the obvious -- Thought to the OS, memory is memory or to the BIOS20:28
ianorlinlinagee are you using full disk encrypion20:28
Scuniziajalkane: or do a sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade to see if there is anything else that needs to be pulled in.20:28
ajalkaneScunizi: you sure about that? I've googled about this and seen some complaints that this was changed on 13.10 so that only current running application menues are available to HUD? Would love to get it fixed with some simple apt-get magic.20:28
Scuniziajalkane: that could be.  I went kde when unity hit.20:29
ajalkaneScunizi: heh okay, thanks anyway20:29
Scunizisure.. good luck :)20:29
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timevirusanyway you guys got me able to boot the external and I perciate it :)20:30
linageeianorlin: not using full disk encryption20:31
studenttthello, I have 2 hdd connected in raid 0 (motherboard controller) in my two sata 6.0gb connectors.  Now I have new ssd for sata 6gb but i have only 3gb sata slots left in motherboard. Will my raid 0 be disturbed if i move the HDD's to sata 3gb slots20:36
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moeinwhat is ubuntu channel for iranian?20:40
moeinRarity, Hi20:40
sydneymoein: What language is spoke there?20:40
sydneylet me see...20:41
moeinsydney, persian20:41
linageeianorlin: got it working. needed the -extra package. :)20:41
ubottu#ubuntu-ir baraye Farsi zabanan mibashad ke channele rasmie goroohe Iran-ie ubuntu ast. #ubuntu-ir  برای فارسی زبانان می‌باشد که کانال رسمی گروه ایرانی اوبونتو است.20:41
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ArmadillosI wish there was a way to have a Windows VM in Ubuntu use my NVIDIA card without having to have two of them...20:48
timevirusI'm looking for something named zram.config or something like that -- synaptic doesnt know what I'm talking about20:48
k1ltimevirus: what does synaptic have todo with zram?20:49
MonkeyDustArmadillos  have you tried vmware player?20:49
NGC3982_What just happend20:49
timevirusno idea kil20:49
Kerry-Anne22 Free sex videos http://bit.do/fayntic20:49
timevirusapt-get zram.config?20:49
k1ltimevirus: what do you want to do anyway?20:49
timevirusits supposed to help this 2GB run VBox20:50
timevirusallocate ram better?20:50
boohIs it possible to auto-hide top panel bar ?20:50
k1ltimevirus: so you want to install zram? is that the target?20:50
k1lbooh: not with unity20:50
timevirusthought I saw zram being installed during Lubuntu installation -- someone just said to make sure20:51
k1ltimevirus: so see how many questions it took me to get you name that target :) what ubuntu version are you running?20:51
boohkll : oups!  I have an app that need to be run full screen.... It's a custom computer to display a calendar.20:52
timevirusand yup i saw that20:52
ArmadillosMonkeyDust: I have VMWare workstation, but it doesn't do passthru20:52
k1ltimevirus: zram-config is the package: sudo apt-get install zram-config20:53
timevirusi've had that same problem with vbox too20:53
jeffreylevesquewhen I open a basic python script in a browser (i have ubuntu-server with Gnome GUI) it doesn't serve the page, instead it pops up a dialog asking if i want to open the python script20:53
timevirusok kil thx20:53
DellboyWhat if God, desiring to show his wrath and to make known his power, has endured with much patience vessels of wrath prepared for destruction,20:54
timevirusyou're presuming there is a God Dellboy20:54
k1ldont mind the troll20:55
Multbrelchjeffreylevesque, use the edior "nano" in a terminal20:55
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madghi everyone20:59
timeviruskil, how do I find out how to use zram-config? there is no man entry for it20:59
k1lthis is an automatic upstart job. if you reboot that should work already21:00
timevirusah ok21:00
k1lcat /proc/swaps  #should show if it works after reboot21:01
madgdoes someone know with which application i its possible to chat in command lines?21:02
k1lmadg: which chat protocol? irc? then see irssi21:03
madgi would say the xmpp one21:03
Kira9204i use ssh into an irssi session right now ;)21:03
Kira9204its great21:04
madgok, its good to know21:04
madgi ll try it21:04
madgthanks guys21:05
Kira9204there is also weechat21:05
k1lmadg: see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/170503/commandline-jabber-client21:05
k1lKira9204: that are IRC clients21:05
jhutchinsmadg: Also handy to run it in screen so you can attach to the session from other computers.21:05
madgso much to remember x)21:06
k1l!info mcabber21:06
ubottumcabber (source: mcabber): small Jabber (XMPP) console client. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.10.2-1 (trusty), package size 288 kB, installed size 808 kB21:06
k1lmadg: ^21:06
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littlebithello people, I have a question about running the bluetooth service. I have 2 usb bluetooth devices on my system and I would like to run the normal bluetooth service on one dongle and the sixad service on another dongle. can someone tell me how to run these 2 services on seperate bluetooth dongles?21:13
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JoniiHello. There is something that seems rather common problem with Linux version of VLC(All hits on this problem lead to either Ubuntu or Fedora forums): The picture is randomly skewed and distorted, like, you're zoomed in a funny house mirror image of the actual video21:18
Joniihttp://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=252357 <- This thread seems to have a visual representation of said bug21:19
arrrghhhdid you try xine?21:19
arrrghhhI've never had that tho with vlc21:20
Jonii(Also, all the color channels seem to distort separately. That means, black&white channel goes distorted one way, then red channel goes another, blue does another thing and green is off the screen or something21:20
jhutchinsJonii: Could be an issue with your video.  Have you tried other players?21:20
Joniijhutchins: this happens only in VLC(I use Totem as a backup), for many videos but randomly not all21:20
k1lJonii: never had this issue with vlc21:21
OerHeksJonii, do you have a Intel GMA 965 X3100 too?21:21
Joniijhutchins: to make it weirder, you can randomly get usually-bugged video to work if you fiddle with settings. Restarting the playback resets the problem most often21:21
k1lJonii: might be some codec/decoder issue? in comparison with the driver? some drm issue? you could start vlc from terminal and see wht it gives there when the error happens21:22
Joniik1l: no idea. I don't actually know much about video files21:22
k1lJonii: start vlc from terminal, let it run and see what it gives when the error comes up21:23
JoniiOk, so, at least it gives problem "Failed to resize display"21:24
JoniiAlso, "Failed to initialize VAAPI device"21:24
JoniiAww, man. Turns out VLC misplays every video :(21:26
littlebithello people, I have a question about running the bluetooth service. I have 2 usb bluetooth devices on my system and I would like to run the normal bluetooth service on one dongle and the sixad service on another dongle. can someone tell me how to run these 2 services on seperate bluetooth dongles?21:26
OerHeksJonii, what is your gpu? lspci | grep -i VGA21:26
JoniiI have one working instance of VLC running that is now playing properly many of my videos. If I start another instance, that instance will have distorted funny house mirror style playback on every video21:27
JoniiOerHeks: Radeon HD 785021:27
k1lJonii: well, i dont know if vlc can use several times the same vaapi stuff of one card.21:28
OerHeksJonii, installed ati driver from the drivermenu?21:28
JoniiOerHeks: I have standard open source drivers. Anything else crashes my computer21:28
maurice_la_saucihello guys21:28
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maurice_la_sauciwhen double clicking to launch a .sh program, it starts to load, but then nothing appears. Same problem with different programs. Any help?21:29
kaiopen it in terminal21:29
maurice_la_sauciwhat command kai?21:30
maurice_la_sauciI did "sudo nameofthesh"21:30
k1lwhy sudo?21:30
kaior sh your_script_name21:30
maurice_la_saucibecause when I sudo it fixes some problem sometimes k1l ^^21:30
Joniimaurice_la_sauci: full path of that script runs that script. Easiest way to get full path is use . as a shorthand for full path for your current directory21:30
maurice_la_saucialright, testing21:30
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donbeoHi, I am having some problems with dropbox21:30
donbeocan anyone help me?21:30
k1lmaurice_la_sauci: running everything with sudo is just going to be a problem some day21:30
Kaiwell, it's still way better than using root as your main account :P21:31
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 !patience21:31
arrrghhhoh they left that's why I couldn't tab complete their nick... derp21:32
JoniiBut anyhow, anyone know why linux version of VLC is riddled with video distortion?21:32
Kaiisn't this a codec issue?21:32
Kaitry some other player21:32
arrrghhhJonii, is it particular videos?21:33
arrrghhh!ask - donbeo21:33
ubottuarrrghhh: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)21:33
Kaiand see if the issue persists21:33
donbeoI can not install it21:33
arrrghhhdonbeo, please be more specific21:33
donbeoI have done some mystakes while I was tring to chage version21:33
jhutchinsJonii: The linux version of VLC is the original version, and it is not riddled with video distortion.21:33
Joniiarrrghhh: yeah. The weird thing is, repeatedly trying can get them videos working. Also, I get random distortion images to stay on top of future videos even if these videos by themselves usually work21:33
jhutchinsJonii: Some people have had problems with it, nearly all users have no trouble at all.21:33
arrrghhhwhat kind of videos?  what codec21:34
jhutchinsarrrghhh: Doubt if it's a codec issue, that is a yes/no kind of thing.21:34
donbeodonbeo@donbeo-HP-EliteBook-Folio-9470m:~$ sudo apt-get install nautilus-dropbox Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree        Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required packages have not yet been created or been moved out of Incoming. The following information may he21:34
Kaimissing dependencies?21:34
arrrghhhdonbeo, go here https://www.dropbox.com/install?os=lnx, download the .deb for your OS21:34
jhutchinsJonii: My guess would be it's something about your hardware, or possibly video drivers.21:34
donbeoI have tried but the version onf the website is not working21:35
jhutchinsJonii: I'm not the only one who's suggested trying a different player.21:35
maurice_la_saucithank you lads, working.21:35
maurice_la_saucihave to download java now...21:35
arrrghhhjhutchins, I thought they said it was only certain videos... :/21:35
Kaiwhat version of ubu are you running donbeo?21:35
Joniiarrrghhh: I think I've had it with pretty much every codec and video container possible. Currently I'm trying to watch MKV files with .h264 video codec, but I have reproduced this with various combinations21:35
k1ldonbeo: what ubuntu is it exactly?21:35
jhutchinsJonii: There are at least four that will play almost anything.21:35
theCzarSoooo.  I encountered a strange bit of behavior.  And I'm wondering if there's a reason.  If it's a known bug.  Or if it's just a weird fluke.21:35
k1ldonbeo: please run a "sudo apt-get update &&sudo apt-get dist-upgrade" to make sure you got the latest state21:35
jhutchinsJonii: It's also possible your video files are corrupt, or that your hard drive is not reading them back correctly.21:36
arrrghhhdonbeo, have you done apt-get update lately?21:36
arrrghhher k1l is on it lol21:36
donbeo0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.21:36
Joniijhutchins: Totem is playing them at least mostly correctly, but it's lacking several nice features I like to have on my media player21:36
k1ldonbeo: can you pastebin that please? all the output?21:36
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arrrghhhdonbeo, so when you try to install that .deb from the dropbox website, what's the error?  ^^^21:36
jhutchinsJonii: The inconsistency definitely suggests hardware.21:37
KaiUbuntu MATE looks lovely :)21:37
donbeothe installeer works but then dropbox does not sync21:37
Kaigood ol' times21:37
jhutchinsJonii: You can try reseating cards and dimms, running memcheck, installing and running smartmontools and watching the logs for disk errors...21:37
theCzarI accidentally removed my user from all groups but my primary one.  Then I dropped to root shell and added myself to the sudo group.  However upon reboot, I was not in the sudo group, despite having the appropriate entry in the /etc/group file.  Sudo would not work (despite the appropriate entry for the sudo group in the sudoers file).  So I dropped to root shell again.  Added my self to the adm group.  Then I appeared in the sudo group and could sudo.  Anyone hav21:37
sadIve download btsync at tar.gz at my computer - Xubuntu 14.04. How can i open of extract that ?21:38
theCzarsad: tar -xzf btsync_tar_file_name.tar.gz21:38
Joniijhutchins: how do I remember all those steps? What is the google search phrase I should memorize?21:39
arrrghhhtheCzar, ninja'd me.  your question got cut off tho, what's the issue?  sounds like you fixed it lol21:39
Kaigot some neat task switcher that could replace the default ugly MATE one?21:39
Kaithe alttaber21:39
arrrghhhJonii, they are just throwing out ideas to rule out hardware issues21:39
sarah-21Hello everyone. I'm trying to install 4.2 and am having problems. Can anyone help me out please?21:40
Kaiunfortunately Compton unlike Compiz does not provide a replacement :/21:40
arrrghhhmemtest86 (part of the ubuntu livecd) is a great tool which will rule out any issues with memory21:40
JoniiJust to be clear, I don't know how to do any of the things you listed, meaning it's gonna take at least a full day for me to complete that list21:40
k1lsarah-21: 4.2 of what?21:40
sarah-21I'm sorry Digikam21:40
theCzararrrghhh: Yeah, I got it fixed.  I'm just wondering why it happened.  I didn't appear in the sudo group until adding myself (via root shell) to the adm group.21:40
k1lsarah-21: 14.04 got 4.3 in the repos.21:40
sadThanks !21:40
jhutchinsJonii: Ok, reseating just means to open up the case, unplug the video card and plug it back in firmly, unplug the memory modules and plug them back in.21:41
k1lsarah-21: oh weit, its 3.521:41
jhutchinsJonii: memcheck is a standard program often installed by the ubuntu installer, but you can install it like any other package.21:41
k1lsarah-21: easiest way is to see if there is a PPA. but we cant guarantee for the PPAs21:41
sarah-21k1l: It attempted to install 4.2 but there are unmet dependencies21:42
jhutchinsJonii: smartmon tools is another package, and it comes with directions on setting it up (I don't remember how far it gets set up in Ubuntu).  It will log any disk errors so you can tell if your disk is having problems.21:42
sarah-21K1l: there is a ppa but the same problem happens21:42
k1lsarah-21: that is the issue with PPAs. if the maintainer did not make a good job there are unmet depencies. try to talk the PPA maintainer if he can solve that and make a better package21:42
jhutchinsJonii: You can also reseat the hard drive cables, just un-plug and plug back in; make sure you get it plugged back in right.21:42
jim_hello,new ubuntu user..ok so i installed gnome and i still have unity...how can i remove unity forever and keep gnome without crashing my system ?ty21:42
k1ljim_: choose gnome on the login screen21:43
ubottuIf you want to remove all !Kubuntu packages or !Xubuntu packages and have a default !Ubuntu system, follow the instructions here: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/pureubuntu21:43
jim_i need to remove unity21:43
sarah-21k1l: I wouldn't know how to contact the maintainer. I got the ppa info from the Digikam web site21:43
jhutchinsjim_: It's probably not worth the effort for unity, it uses lots of gnome components.21:43
arrrghhhdigikam appears to be part of the repo's.  sarah-21 are you just doing "apt-get install digikam"?21:43
k1ljhutchins: i dont think that will work with unity and gnome since they share pakcages21:43
arrrghhhoh I see you want 4.221:44
k1ljim_: its not that easy since gnome and unity share gnome base packages.21:44
arrrghhhtrusty only has 3.5... well you could update to utopic if you're brave :P21:44
jhutchinsk1l: Yeah, I wouldn't bother, disk space is cheap.  Just ignore it.21:44
Kaibrave you say?21:44
k1lsarah-21: see on launchpad.net for that ppa21:44
sarah-21arrrghhh: yes after adding the repo21:44
KaiI'm running an alpha version of Utopic MATE21:45
jim_will sudo apt-get purge unity work?21:45
arrrghhhsarah-21, which repo?21:45
k1ljim_: again: that will not help21:45
arrrghhhsarah-21, did you also install all the dependences?21:45
jhutchinsjim_: Just ignore it.  It won't hurt anything, won't interfere with gnome.21:45
arrrghhhsudo apt-get build-dep digikam21:45
sarah-21arrrghhh: I'm using sudo add-apt-repository ppa:philip5/extra21:46
jorge2does anybody here use at&t?21:46
arrrghhhsarah-21, try installing the deps ^^21:46
arrrghhh!offtopic jorge221:47
arrrghhhwhy can I not figure out how to do that lol21:47
sarah-21arrrghhh: I will try the build-dep command you gave me21:47
k1larrrghhh: !command | nickname21:47
arrrghhh!offtopic | jorge221:47
ubottujorge2: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!21:47
arrrghhhok I tried that earlier and it didn't work... or I'm crazy.  either way thx k1l21:47
arrrghhh<arrrghhh> !offtopic | Gatis  << didn't work earlier.  oh well.21:48
jhutchinsjorge2: If your question is about using at&t with Ubuntu go ahead and ask the actual question.21:48
arrrghhhjhutchins, I didn't think of that scenario apologies21:49
k1larrrghhh: the bot has a flood protection. maybe that was started21:49
arrrghhhno worries21:49
jhutchinsArgafal_: format's different for different bots too.21:50
jhutchinsarrrghhh: ^21:50
sarah-21arrrghhh: It's in progress. What does the build-dep digikam command do?21:50
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arrrghhhsarah-21, installs all the dependencies required to build digikam from source/run it21:51
WugGod damnit ubuntu21:52
OerHeks!language | Wug21:52
ubottuWug: The main Ubuntu channels require that you speak in calm, polite English. For other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList21:52
sarah-21arrrghhh: I am running it now. It has been busy for quite some time, so I figured I'd ask in the meantime what all is happening21:52
arrrghhhsarah-21, may install quite a few packages.  some may only be necessary to build it from source, which you're not doing...21:53
arrrghhhbut it should get all the necessary stuff to install it from that repo21:53
WugOerHeks: welcome to the internet.21:54
sarah-21arrrghhh: Thank you for that. Compiling is beyond my capability right now21:54
htmlanyone here that is good with  apache2?21:54
arrrghhhWug, we try to keep it clean in here tho.  there's people of all ages, races, creeds, backgrounds.  Some of us are at work, some are not.21:54
WugI'm at work21:55
arrrghhhwell let's be considerate of others as well.21:55
arrrghhh!ask | html21:55
ubottuhtml: 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 !patience21:55
OerHeksno excuse, keep this channel familyfriendly, thanks.21:55
dassoukihow to load a password protected pdf?21:57
ezeql1hi, anybody using evoluent mouse?21:57
sarah-21Is there a good place to learn how to compile source code?21:59
html!apache2 | html21:59
html!apache | html21:59
ubottuhtml, please see my private message21:59
ankit042_Hi I am facing issue with my ubuntu machine22:00
ankit042_I tried to upgrade to latest version and update got interrupted and now I am not able to fix it any help will be appreciated22:00
k1lankit042_: run a "sudo apt-get update &&sudo apt-get dist-upgrade" and show the output in a pastebin please22:01
arrrghhh!compile | sarah-2122:01
ubottusarah-21: Compiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first). Also read !checkinstall22:01
htmlif the data is important then move that first22:01
arrrghhhsarah-21, at the bottom there's a 'CompilingEasyHowTo' link, I highly recommend it22:01
AienaJust wondering  how do I contact debian and/or buntu packagers22:01
arrrghhh!checkinstall | sarah-21 as well as this22:01
ubottusarah-21 as well as this: checkinstall is a wrapper to "make install", useful for installing programs you compiled. It will create a .deb package, which will be listed in the APT database and can be uninstalled like other packages. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CheckInstall - Read the warnings at the top and bottom of that web page, and DO NOT interrupt CheckInstall while it's running!22:01
sarah-21arrrghhh: I'll check it out22:02
k1lAiena: file a bug on launchpad. net for ubuntu22:02
AienaI was testing out the software for our project in default repos's and it was ancient22:02
Aienawe are 2 stables ahead of that and that one is no longer valid.22:02
sarah-21ubottu: Wow, that's a lot of information. Thank you for taking the time to share that with me.22:02
ubottusarah-21: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)22:02
k1lAiena: or see packages.ubuntu.com for that package. but i think launchpad.net is the most appropiate way. and i bet the maintainers will gladly accept a helping hand on packaging the latest versions22:03
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arrrghhhsarah-21, no worries.  it's prebuilt stuff in that bot ;)22:03
AienaOk we already have packages on getdeb but it wopuld be smart to provide teh latest stable in the official repos.22:04
sarah-21arrrghhh: still running. Boy, there is sure a lot of dependencies for this one app22:04
sarah-21arrrghhh: bots seem to be pretty sophisticated22:05
arrrghhhsarah-21, there's a TON of info ubottu has.  http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi22:06
sarah-21arrrghhh: Finally finished. I still get this message "Package dependencies cannot be resolved"22:09
arrrghhhsarah-21, hm may want to try installing with aptitude22:09
sarah-21arrrghhh: Ok, I'll give it a try22:10
arrrghhhsounds like the package really isn't ready for this version of ubuntu.  building from source may be a better bet22:10
arrrghhh3.5 I assume is no bueno?22:10
sarah-21arrrghhh: The only option the software center offers is 4.222:11
arrrghhhsarah-21, what version of ubuntu are you on!?22:11
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sarah-21arrrghhh: 14.0422:11
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arrrghhhsarah-21, you need to remove that repo that you added then22:11
arrrghhhand just install it from ubuntu's repo's22:12
sarah-21arrrghhh: I didn't know that it can be done22:12
arrrghhhdigikam is in the repo's from what I can tell22:12
arrrghhhv3.5 in trusty (14.04)22:12
arrrghhhsarah-21, so remove that repo you added... philip/extra or w/e and apt-get update, then try just apt-get installing digikam22:13
sarah-21arrrghhh: Ok, I'll read up on how to do that. Thank you for all your generous help22:14
jhutchinssarah-21: Sometimes the dependencies make backporting not worth it.22:15
jeffreylevesquei did `cat /etc*-release`22:16
jeffreylevesquei get DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 14.04.1 LTS"22:16
jeffreylevesquedoes that mean i have desktop22:16
jeffreylevesqueor server?22:16
jeffreylevesqueVERSION="14.04.1 LTS, Trusty Tahr"22:16
k1ljeffreylevesque: that does not tell if you have desktop or server edition installed.22:17
jhutchinsjeffreylevesque: It doesn't mean either.22:17
jeffreylevesquehow can i tell?22:17
jhutchinsjeffreylevesque: The difference between a "desktop" and a "server" is what packages are installed by default.22:17
k1ljeffreylevesque: there is no difference in the server or desktop install anymore, besides the server install doesnt ship with a Desktop22:17
jhutchinsjeffreylevesque: What is it you want to do with ths system?22:17
jeffreylevesquewell, i can't get my python script working.  I just installed what i thouth was server on vmware22:18
jeffreylevesquei have the python script working on server as dual boot on another machine22:18
k1lso even if it was a server install, the moment you install a desktop its a desktop :)22:18
ubottupython is a popular Object Oriented scripting language included in Ubuntu. For more on Python please see http://www.python.org/ or #python22:18
jeffreylevesqueso i was thinking maybe it was because i accidentally installed the desktop22:19
k1ljeffreylevesque: so you are looking in the wrong direction to solve a totally other issue.22:19
jeffreylevesquei installed server, then gnome22:19
jhutchinsjeffreylevesque: So probalby the specific error you get makes a difference.22:19
jeffreylevesquethank you!22:19
sarah-21jhutchins: What is the best way to get the latest version of the software then?22:20
jhutchinssarah-21: It depends on the software.  You may be able to build it on your system so it uses your current libraries, or the developers may have decided they don't care about backward compatibility.22:23
jhutchinssarah-21: Usually the latest available in Ubuntu is the latest that is tested and known to be stable.22:23
jhutchinssarah-21: Is there some new feature you really want?22:23
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sarah-21jhutchins: Yes, stability.  Point "0" versions often times need some help as bugs exist. This seems to be the case with 4.0 of Digikam22:24
jhutchinssarah-21: File bugreports, work with the maintainers to get them fixed.22:26
sarah-21jhutchins: Since 4.2 is the only version available in the Software Center, how do I do this. I'm very new with Ubuntu22:27
jhutchinsBah, what good is a bot that doesn't know that?22:28
ubottuIf you find a bug in Ubuntu or any of its derivatives, please file a bug using the command « ubuntu-bug <package> » - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs for other ways to report bugs.22:28
sarah-21jhutchins: Thanks for your help. I've got to run. have a nice day22:32
theborgersomeone lend me a hand. I am on 14.04 and need transmission-daemon 2.03 installed.  I am not having any success finding the answer on google22:34
elichai2there is a version of uTorrent client to ubuntu?22:35
John_-Hi people, since upgrading to 14.04 some of my firefox bots arn't working and some of the click points in firefox fail to respond, does anyone know how to fix this please?22:35
k1l!info utorrent22:36
ubottuPackage utorrent does not exist in trusty22:36
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k1l!info transmission-daemon | theborger this version is in the trusty repo22:37
ubottutheborger this version is in the trusty repo: transmission-daemon (source: transmission): lightweight BitTorrent client (daemon). In component main, is optional. Version 2.82-1.1ubuntu3.1 (trusty), package size 206 kB, installed size 620 kB22:37
milamber!info transmission-daemon22:38
ubottutransmission-daemon (source: transmission): lightweight BitTorrent client (daemon). In component main, is optional. Version 2.82-1.1ubuntu3.1 (trusty), package size 206 kB, installed size 620 kB22:38
thumpba_how can i set static ip on 14.04 via cli22:39
theborgerubottu: 2.82 is to new i have to have 2.0322:39
k1ltheborger: are you sure you need 2.03? that seems to be like from 201022:39
theborgerk1l: yes possitive 2.0322:40
theborgerTransmission 2.0322:40
k1ltheborger: what software relies on that old transmission?22:40
theguy415Hi, I placed a script into /etc/network/if-up.d/ (chmod +x, 755) and it wont be called. U14.04   Can somebody help me?22:41
theborgerk1l: the site i dl from only allowys that version of Transmission22:41
theborgerk1l: any ideas?22:45
haugli92Is there a way to cancel a screen -S name if the name already exists ? :)22:45
Glorfinde|I am using banshee on lubuntu 14.04 and everything works except for transferring videos. I send it to my ipod nano 5g and the video shows, but it will not play. The screen goes black and then it goes back to the video menu, as if the video was half a second long. Any solutions?22:45
timeviruswhy cant archive manager open a .rar file?22:46
ubotturar is a non-free archive format created by Rarsoft. For instructions on accessing .rar files through the Archive Manager view https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression. There is a free (as in speech) unrar utility as well, see !info unrar-free22:47
k1ltheborger: sorry, no. and i dont think that a "site" will force you to use that version. that is not how torrent works22:47
kostkontimevirus, install rar from the software centre22:47
timevirusmint was able22:47
timevirusthought non mint would too22:47
theborgerkostkon: pm?22:48
theborgerk1l: pm?22:48
k1ltimevirus: its license issues and ubuntu minds to not break that licences22:48
OerHekstheborger what download site? if they demand you to, they know a backdoor buddy22:49
timevirusrgr tht kil22:49
timevirusseems there is a free unrar utility22:49
timevirusshows you what I no I thought a .rar file was native linux22:50
SCHAAP137hehe, u confused it with .tar22:50
SCHAAP137.rar is windoze22:50
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Glorfinde|Should I ask in ##apple?23:03
expungeGlorfinde|: there's probably a preset for WinFF, or HandBrake23:08
expungeGlorfinde|: which probably amounts to a simple set of specific params for ffmpeg, which you could also use23:08
expungeGlorfinde|: alternatively, if you have a video you know works on that device, it's easy enough to duplicate its specifics23:09
Glorfinde|so it will not work in banshee?23:09
expungeGlorfinde|: I doubt it has to do with banshee, but the way the video was _created_ (or transcoded)23:10
dyinginstallhello, wondering if anyone might be able to assist me in an issue i'm having installing ubuntu, or using it at all... when loading i see the ubuntu splash screen and then the screen dies and there is no response at all from the system, i have tried using the install option as well as the live option and attempted command prompt only with the same result each time. anyone familiar with this issue and have a work around ? or could23:10
expungeGlorfinde|: banshee is probably doing its job fine23:10
expungedyinginstall: your very long msg was cut off at 'or could|'23:10
Glorfinde|ok, does it convert it? because I didn't convert  it at all.23:10
Beldardyinginstall, Have you checked the sum of the iso or install media, or done a nomodeset boot"?23:11
dyinginstallor could this be a problem with my system?23:11
expungeGlorfinde|: no I wouldn't think banshee attempts that at all, hence your problem23:12
rcampbel3using ubuntu 14.04 in ec2, trying to make package update completely noninteractive... which grub keys must I set in debconf-set-selections? I believe it should just be: grub/update_grub_changeprompt_threeway and grub-pc/install_devices multiselect ...23:12
Glorfinde|ah, that makes sense. how would I convert it?23:12
expungeGlorfinde|: as I said, with a preset from winff, or handbrake; or by using ffmpeg directly23:12
dyinginstallno... though i did check the disk for errors and the check came back with no problems @ beldar23:12
Glorfinde|so I should get one of those? which would be best?23:13
Beldardyinginstall, A md5sum, or just the disc check option, read questions carefully and answer all inquiries.23:13
expungeGlorfinde|: they all use ffmpeg, I would just use that, but it's a commandline app so you'd have to be comfortable with that23:13
expungeGlorfinde|: a preset might well come with winff or handbrake, and it might "just work"23:14
dyinginstallhavn't tried checking the sum23:14
Beldardyinginstall, You can tab complete nicks no @ needed23:14
Beldar!md5sum | dyinginstall always use nicks and check the iso and install medium.23:14
ubottudyinginstall always use nicks and check the iso and install medium.: To 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_Windows23:14
rcampbel3dyinginstall: can you hit <ctrl><alt><f1> and log in? If so, check your X11 or xorg logs for errors - could be an old or unsupported graphics card, or a bug in a graphics driver23:14
Glorfinde|ok, I will try handbrake23:14
dyinginstallBeldar: oh ok sorry, not used to IRC , has been a long time since i have been on an IRC channel23:15
Beldar!nomodeset | dyinginstall if sum is good try this.23:15
ubottudyinginstall if sum is good try this.: A 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 parameter23:15
Beldardyinginstall, You're doing fine it is just nice to get the whole thing consolidated for efficiency. ;)23:16
expungeGlorfinde|: chances are this will suffice after you install libfdk-aac(0) and libx264(-142) ffmpeg -i input.file -vcodec libx264 -preset ultrafast -acodec libfdk_aac output.mp423:16
expungeGlorfinde|: if it's a very large video file, you can make it smaller with -s FOOxBAR, that gets complicated the more perfect you want =)23:17
Glorfinde|ok, that looks way to complicated.23:17
Glorfinde|I have no idea what all that means23:17
dyinginstallrcampbel3: haven't tried logging in that way, how do i view the logs? it's an onboard video card...23:17
kostkonGlorfinde|, just use handbrake23:18
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Glorfinde|ok, it is going right now23:18
dyinginstallubottu: ok i will, thanks i'll check those links out23:18
ubottudyinginstall: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)23:18
Beldarrcampbel3, dyinginstall is a install attempt not an install.23:19
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dyinginstallBeldar: i can't load either way, attempting to install on an old hard drive23:19
dyinginstallubottu: ok23:20
ubottuYou're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)23:20
Beldardyinginstall, you have not had enough time to do a md5sum check on the iso and install medium, and a nomodeset attempt, so what are you talikng about. If you are just not sure on what we suggest state that.23:21
boohI have a dedicated pc running a special java app in full screen all the time.  Now, I upgraded to 14.04LTS but I can't auto-hide the top panel bar... Is there a thrick to get rid of it?23:22
Beldarbooh, What desktop exactly?23:22
boohstandard ubuntu 14.04 so... unity23:22
Beldarbooh, There is no auto hide for the top bar.23:23
dyinginstallBeldar: i was talking about my previous attempts, i'm going to check everything and attempt another install, unfortunately i'm installing using the box i'm on right now, so i'll be back on here later if these don't work23:23
Beldardyinginstall, cool.23:23
boohI need a solution...23:23
Glorfinde|I thought ubuntu used gnome23:23
Beldarbooh, there is a full screen with f prompt23:23
Glorfinde|by default23:23
boohwhat is f prompt?23:24
BeldarGlorfinde|, gnome 3 underlies the unity desktop.23:24
Beldarbooh, a fX X is a number23:24
Glorfinde|Beldar: ah, ok, I still am figuring out this whole desktop thing out23:25
Beldarbooh, F11 is a full screen prompt23:25
boohI need to run a Java application with ui.23:25
Beldarbooh, Note we preface with nicks here when communicating to each other, you can tab complete nicks.23:26
boohThis box have 4 vga output and I run 4 instance of the application (each monitor has a different full screen image)23:26
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Beldar!away > Yoda23:28
ubottuYoda, please see my private message23:28
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boohBeldar, I can push a java GUI app in F11 and force a screen to display this one?23:29
`YodaAlright - Sorry \o/23:29
boohBeldar, I need that all start in automatic23:29
Beldarbooh, wont know till yon try f11 does it and f11 is the reverse23:30
Glorfinde|expunge: I did it but adding it to banshee makes it crash23:30
Beldarbooh, NO idea on automatic23:30
TJ-booh: Sounds like you need to configure the X server with separate Xsessions, 1 per display, and have the java applications started for the session, without involving any desktop environment23:31
kristenbbhello, facing black screen right after install/upgrade, what to do ?23:33
boohTJ-, I use the environment to connect the wifi...23:33
controversyanyone know how to install bitdefender on latest release of ubuntu?23:33
boohTJ-, I don't have problem to start the application on 4 screens, my problem is just to hide the top panel bar since 14.04...  It was running fine on 12.04..23:34
Beldarcontroversy, Download it and install, use a linux version, it needs a tweak to actually work though.23:34
TJ-booh: Unity is more of a dictator :)23:34
controversysome reason why i sudo sh  ..... it says cannot open lol23:35
controversythere any guides for new version?23:35
Glorfinde|Alright, expunge: how do I change the format output from mkv?23:38
Beldar!av | controversy this is a 3rd party omly support here is  by choice23:39
ubottucontroversy this is a 3rd party omly support here is  by choice: Antivirus is something you don't need on !Linux. except where files are then passed to Windows computers (perhaps using samba), See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Antivirus23:39
elhoirhello guys23:42
elhoirim getting this line when installing new kernels:23:42
elhoirsed: -e expresión #1, carácter 6: orden desconocida: «m»23:42
elhoirwhat does it mean? is it a bug?23:43
boohWith gnome flashback I will be able to autohide ?23:44
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Beldarbooh, The gnome-shell has an extension that hides the top bar.23:45
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TJ-elhoir: Seems as if one of the DKMS package installed has a script bug. Try disabling the faulty DKMS module so it doesn't get built23:47
Beldarelhoir, Utopic is #ubuntu+1 where you have posted as well.23:47
elhoirTJ-, yes, it happens while installing dkms modules23:48
elhoirBeldar, .... i know.... ok, sorry....23:48
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Beldarbooh, You might look through the number of desktops you could use, some have no top bar, and can hide the bottom like lubuntu for example.23:49
boohI'm on auto-login.  How to tell Ubuntu to start in Gnome instead of unity?23:52
boohgnome is installed of course23:53
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Beldarbooh, If installed in the gear dropdown at the right end of the login line23:54
boohBeldar, I don't have login line because I set autologin23:55
Beldarbooh, Than logout.23:55
* Beldar rolls their eyes23:55
booh:D  I mean the system autologin at reboot... I need to be able to boot and all is working. This system won't have mouse and keyboard...23:56
kostkonbooh, logout, select gnome, login, reboot, see if it will boot into gnome the next time23:56
Beldarbooh, What ever desktop is last use gets the auto login23:56
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TJ-booh: edit "/var/cache/lightdm/dmrc/$USER.dmrc" and set "Session=" to the name of the DE23:59

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