OvenWerk1With regards to whiskermenu, where might I find more documentation? I am looking to see if (like the standard menu) I can use another menu rather than the system menu.02:35
OvenWerk1That is, can I have more than one whiskermenu with different sets of items?02:36
OvenWerk1Ahh, settings.cpp says there is a custom-menu-file=* that can go in the rc file.02:41
OvenWerk1Next question, how do I set the config file for different whisker menu instances.02:46
xubuntu54wwifi problem04:49
xubuntu54wno detected04:49
SlidingHorn!wifi | xubuntu54w05:01
ubottuxubuntu54w: Wireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs05:01
SlidingHornoh, they left, sorry05:02
Hundlol. Poor guy, didn't get any help after a whole minute of waiting.07:23
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roninwhat is a good terminal emulator with a support for changing the char encoding20:22
roninthe default one cannot handle that20:22
knomeronin, no? not even from terminal -> set encoding?20:28
roninhmm maybe mine is old versionthen20:32
ronindont have it20:32
roninthanks for the info though20:32
knomewhich xubuntu version are you running?20:33
knomeyou are running an EOL, unsupported version then20:34
roninyes i should upgrade :(20:34
knomeit would be fair that you did that before asking for more app suggestions20:34
roninit's been working perfectly though20:34
roninknome, yup20:35
roninim sorry, i didnt realize it was EOL version20:39
Jens1112in the software center of xubuntu 14.04 ive ticked the checkbox trusty-proposed, it download new kernel (?), when reboot it is still 3,13 something, how can i advance to 4,0 etc.?21:32
Unit193I wouldn't enable proposed, you just want linux-generic-lts-wily or so.21:38
* pleia2 nods21:38
pleia2but netsplit saved us from answering the question!21:38
Unit193Jens1112: I wouldn't recommend you use -proposed, instead I'd install linux-generic-lts-wily.21:44
ubottuThe Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack21:44
Jens1112sorry if i cant understand that much of a text, but ive followed the official guide iirc21:45
Jens1112it says enable trusty-proposed and you get new kernel etc21:45
Unit193That page says that nowhere...21:46
Jens1112https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/EnableProposed its right at the beginning21:48
Jens1112but if you make it that hard to update kernel in lts i beter dont do21:48
Jens1112dont want to install tons of software21:49

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