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Orioa /buffer merge01:03
JohnnyComeL8lyOrioa, what is that about?01:16
Orioatryin to get all my buffers to well disappear01:18
Orioai have a list but i did a one time have it set to only show one then when i go to it i can change buffers01:19
JohnnyComeL8lyOrioa: It didn't go through as a cmd... there was a space or something before /01:20
Orioastill did n't work01:22
Unit193Orioa: /clear01:22
Unit193Unless I misunderstand the question.  That'll make all the text disappear.01:22
Orioanah thats not what i am tryin to do01:22
Unit193JohnnyComeL8ly: Orioa Would appear to be learning weechat, he's typo'd a few times though. :P01:23
Unit193Orioa: FWIW, at some point you may want to register with NickServ and setup SASL.01:23
Orioai had to were it didn't show a list of buffers01:23
Orioai am registered with nickserv01:24
Unit193NickServ(NickServ@services.): Orioa is not registered.01:24
Orioait was01:25
Orioawhat command would i use to register it01:26
JohnnyComeL8lyUnit193: weechat doesn't look like it is as good as just using HexChat.01:26
Unit193Orioa: /msg nickserv help register  You'll need to set an email and password.01:27
Unit193JohnnyComeL8ly: It's all preference, I use Irssi.01:27
JohnnyComeL8lyDefinitely, preference is key here. :-)01:27
Orioaok it is registered now01:29
Orioai love irssi01:29
Orioai'm thinking i may return to it01:30
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gzooHi. I don't know why, but I feel like disabling clicking on Desktop while having shift pressed down opening the application menu.07:29
gzooGoogled just a bit but couldn't find it07:29
xubuntu20wI have a problem with 15.1007:50
xubuntu20wthe screen flickers and makes all the gui on screen become mumbled what could be the course even after ensuring that i have all drivers properly updated07:51
totusI have a cdrom-drive broken08:12
totusand maybe unbootable-usb bios08:12
totusanyone can tell me which one is the Wubi?08:13
ubottuWubi was a way to install Ubuntu from within Windows, but it is no longer supported in recent versions of Ubuntu and was never well maintained even for Ubuntu 12.04. Do not use Wubi. See !install for other options for installing Ubuntu.08:14
ubottuUbuntu 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 !automate08:14
totusI saw grub2win08:14
totusbut that mad of hal.dll!!!08:15
totusis there08:15
well_laid_lawnyou could use a virtual machine08:15
totusto slow here08:16
totusso the latest is ubu 1108:16
totuswith wubi08:16
well_laid_lawnand that's not supported anymore08:16
totusI ask if there is lubuntu with ....08:16
well_laid_lawntoo old08:16
totusI must keep win  because of wifi08:17
totussomething already worked by old-releases08:17
well_laid_lawnall versions of ubuntu are the same ecept for the graphics environment08:17
totusbut cant install permanently08:17
totusand squashfs became root.filesystem08:17
totusso tried to do > dd if=/dev/loop0 of=/dev/sda508:18
totusdoesnt work08:19
totusis it possible with ddrescue or gddrescue?08:19
totusanyway I understand the why of this dismission of Wubi08:27
totusthere is no way to readdress the iso from the web!08:28
Name141Does 15.10 have any brand spanking new something something that is worth messing with vs LTS?08:35
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sim642Is it possible to have xubuntu automatically create a wifi hotspot when it logs in?13:19
sim642I need this for headless operation13:19
knobsim642, I would go with "ubuntu", as you will get more results in google.  If Ubuntu can do it, I would bet that Xubuntu can.13:31
sim642knob, I know that, but doesn't xubuntu have something different regarding how the network thing works or do they use all the same?16:50
knomesim642, no, in that regard you will find very little difference16:53
melwynhi. i am running xubuntu (xfce) on my ativ book with the resolution 1920x1080 (native: 3200x1600) and try to check once in a while if there is a better hidpi support on other distros/DEs or a new xfce nowadays. but i always stumble upon apps that won't scale well (e.g. rdp connect to a windows host). most of the time i dump the new OS after a few days/hours and get back to xfce with the "fake" resolution. what are your experiences wi17:02
melwyn* or settings would you recommend17:03
knomemelwyn, try the Greybird-hdpi and -xhdpi themes17:05
melwynknome: cheers. i will give it a try17:08
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xubuntu924Hello, do you know how to make backup of xubuntu settings before ill try to install my nvidia optimus drivers?18:38
JohnnyComeL8lyThat should be helpful.18:40
xubuntu924thanks ;D18:40
JohnnyComeL8lyYou are welcome.18:40
JohnnyComeL8lyDoes anybody know if Wayland is on the roadmap for Xubuntu?19:06
flocculantit isn't at the moment19:07
JohnnyComeL8lyThanks for the answer.19:07
flocculantJohnnyComeL8ly: that said people in the xubuntu team might be looking personally19:09
flocculantbut it's not being looked at currently - which means not for 16.0419:09
* m3n3chm0 nasZ19:11
JohnnyComeL8lyOk, I was just curious because it seemed like the libs that Xubuntu depends on, Clutter being one of them (correct me if I'm wrong), supports Wayland compositing.19:11
JohnnyComeL8lyBtw, this is where I saw that....19:12
mozmckIs there a utility in xubuntu to make bootable usb thumbdrives from an ISO?19:15
flocculantI install and use gnome-disk-utility19:16
JohnnyComeL8lyI don't see one, but I use easy to boot.19:20
JohnnyComeL8lyI like it a lot.19:21
JohnnyComeL8lyIt is really easy to use.19:21
mozmckI normally run linux mint, and they make things like this trivial and built in.  Right click any ISO and there is a menu option to "Make bootable usb stick".19:23
JohnnyComeL8lymozmck: Well, sorry you've got this issue.19:26
JohnnyComeL8lyBut, I can confirm how easy it is to use E2B.19:27
JohnnyComeL8lyYou see, I'm not a terminal guru, but they have it documented very well.19:27
mozmckJohnnyComeL8ly: well, the link you sent doesn't look like it's even relevant?  I want to put the Xubuntu ISO on a thumbdrive so that it is bootable.19:28
mozmckIn Linux Mint it is absolutely trivial, and I remember there being a very easy program in ubuntu years ago as well.  Just pick an ISO and then pick the USB drive to put it on.19:29
JohnnyComeL8lyIt is relevant... you set up the drive, and then all you have to do is drop the ISOs on there.19:30
flocculantmozmck: ubuntu start disk creator - which has some problems atm - so I use gnome-disk-utility to do it19:30
flocculantuse it to restore the iso image to the usb19:31
JohnnyComeL8lyThis way you can have many ISOs on one drive and you don't have to use "multiboot" or YUMI19:33
mozmckJohnnyComeL8ly: ok, that is not clear in that link.  Thanks.  I did just find Unetbootin and usb-creator.19:33
mozmckAll I want is a thumb drive people can boot from directly and install xubuntu19:34
JohnnyComeL8lyWell, this isn' t that.... ;-)19:36
mozmckLooks like gnome-disk-utility may be the easiest - thanks flocculant19:36
flocculantmozmck: there are fixes planned for usb creator - temporary removal of the persistence option - which seems to be causing problems for many19:41
mozmckI see.  Maybe you just just import Mintstick :-)19:41
flocculantmozmck: and the disk utility basically uses dd to do the thing afaik19:41
JohnnyComeL8lyI'm thinking you're right, flocculant.19:42
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