rockaxehay all00:30
lzrdtrying to add ppa for 15.04 and getting errors. links to launchpad have permission issues. am I doing it wrong?01:10
lzrdhttps://launchpad.net/~abogani/+archive/ppa and https://launchpad.net/~ubuntustudio-dev/+archive/ppa01:12
lzrdassumed that something like this would work: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-studio-dev/stable01:13
lzrdlooking for kernel headers or full source01:13
lzrdah... missing dash01:39
lzrdadd-apt-repository ppa:abogani/ppa01:50
lzrdadd-apt-repository ppa:ubuntustudio-dev/ppa/autobuild01:50
lzrdapt-get update01:50
lzrdapt-get install linux-kernel-headers-$(uname -r)01:51
lzrdabove still fails01:51
lzrd[as root]01:52
lzrdfoud this: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuStudio/KernelMaintenance01:59
holsteinlzrd: they may not be supporting 15.0502:19
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-purge02:19
holsteinas you'll read, when you try adding, they are not supported by ubuntu, and cant be guaranteed to work02:20
holsteinlzrd: if you are trying to get an RT kernel, i suggest, try the lowlatency that ships with 15.04.. if it doesnt meet your needs, you can get a .deb for an RT kernel from many places.. you can basically take it from that ppa, if you choose, if its up, without having to add the ppa.. but, if its not a version for 15.04 'expects', you may have issues02:21
linux-ehello everyone04:33
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UncleJedi changed a bunch of settings over time and want to reverse them all. is there a convenient way to reload all original default settings or is it easier to just reinstall from square one?06:13
cfhowlettUncleJed, user settings are easily redone: go to /home.  delete all hidden .files and .folders.   logout.  login.06:14
UncleJedcool..that would even include things like usb priority settings (at least I think that's what I changed following someone else's set of instructions...lol)06:15
cfhowlettUncleJed, be aware: ALL settings go back to factory fresh via this method.  it's the nuclear option.06:15
UncleJedthat's actually perfect. still just a pretty green user with linux and don't mind starting over. I hadn't done too much other than working on getting my M-audio box to work with Ardour. Thank you cfhowlett.06:17
cfhowlettUncleJed, happy2help!06:17
zequenceUncleJed: If you made any changes in /etc, don't delete anything there. And, you would need to remember what you changed06:36
great_lakes_timeHello all.13:09
great_lakes_timeso I've had trouble getting Audacity and Ardour to record from my Scarlett 2i213:15
great_lakes_timeI have the 2i2 selected as the input device and interface in QjackCtl, which I assume means that Jack recognizes it. However, when I attempt to record my guitar in either Ardour or Audacity, nothing is picked up. The connection between the guitar and the 2i2 seems to be working because the gain light is lighting up appropriately. I'm completely new to recording music in linux obviously, so I'm not sure what to do next13:15
zequencegreat_lakes_time: Start with not selecting I/O, only interface13:20
zequencegreat_lakes_time: If jack starts with the correct interface, you should see it in "Connect"13:20
zequenceUsually named "system"13:21
zequenceDon't use audacity with jack. It's not very comfortable13:21
zequenceardour on the other hand will work fine, as long as you first start jack, then ardour13:21
great_lakes_timeAlrighty, I'll try that.13:27
great_lakes_timeHa! That seemed to work. I can't hear the playback, but one thing a time. Thanks!13:33
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aloiecehello, technical question. and i don't know where to go with it22:29
aloiecewhen starting ubuntu studio in normal mode22:30
aloieceI cannot change the brightness22:30
aloiecewhen i start ubuntu studio from recovery mode, and then resume boot22:30
aloieceI CAN change the brightness22:30
aloiecewhat's the difference22:30
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