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Guest67322I am a new Linux user and I am trying to figure out how to access my WDC Mybook Live Hard Drive02:17
randallyou mean through a phyisical connection? or network?02:26
randalloh, I'm not too certain about that then02:27
krunalwhy laptop battery is really low compare to window on my laptop ?04:55
krunali believe ubuntu-mate is best laptop linux for battery saver04:56
krunalany help here ?04:57
randalljust the phantoms in your closet and the voices in your head, btw, it's cramped in your closet05:00
milanAre you online or a bot?09:59
nealshey, i have ubuntu mate and i had backups set for every 7 days with a password, i have forget my backup password, and i couldn't figure out how to reset. I was wandering if you could help me here.13:16
ouroumovneals, you mean recover your password-protected stuff? I don't think you can.13:20
nealsouroumov: yea i know you can't recover those password-protected stuff and I am not planning to recover my old backup, i just wanted to reset the backup password for future backups.13:22
ouroumovI'd check in the backup manager, remove the one you have in place then set up a new backup option13:23
nealsouroumov: I couldn't find the option to change the password in the backup manager from control center in ubuntu MATE13:25
ouroumovDid you use another backup tool?13:25
nealsnope, just the ones that ubntu mate comes up with by default13:26
nealsouroumov: here's a picture of it to know which one im talking about: http://i.imgur.com/FggfgGc.png13:27
nealsi checked all the categories there and didn't find option to change the password13:27
ouroumovThe password prompt comes up when you switch autobackup to "on"13:28
ouroumovAnd only the first time you do that apparently... wtf13:40
tech-gamereven in vm13:42
tech-gamerit works13:42
tech-gamerI didint looked forward about it13:42
ouroumovWhat does?13:42
tech-gamerthis thing13:42
tech-gamernever thought it will work, i think i will have full of errors13:42
tech-gameranyways bye.13:43
nealsyea, it only works the first time.13:46
nealswhat can i do13:46
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Gaucho71alguien en español?14:58
Artemis3Gaucho71, no, nadie.15:00
ouroumov!es | Gaucho7115:03
ubottuGaucho71: 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.15:03
Gaucho71Gracias :-)15:03
DatzHi, I'm running a 2560x1440 resolution monitor, but the ubuntu settings default to 1024x768. When I go to adjust the resolution, there are no other available settings. I've tried the proprietary drivers, as well as the nouveau. I'm using a nvidia 970 card. thanks for any help.18:18
jack-the_ripperhey im trying to format my thumb drive but in the file browser when i right click the drive theres no format option18:37
Datzjack-the_ripper: try installing and using gparted18:38
jack-the_ripperahhh i have it just wanted to be able to do in the file browser alright though18:40
jack-the_ripperit cant do it because some files on it are locked18:58
jack-the_ripperits the thumb drive i used to install mate18:58
DatzIs there a physical lock button on the drive?19:01
DatzWell, unlock it?19:02
jack-the_ripperi didnt lock it it did it when i put the installation files on it with unetbooten19:03
Datzjack-the_ripper: I thought you said there was a physical lock button on the drive.19:14
DatzThose things are kind of in the past now.19:15
ouroumovDatz, you might wannan take a look at xrandr19:28
ouroumovDatz, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution19:29
Datzouroumov: thanks. I was able to solve the problem by installing a new driver from the nvidia site19:51
chuzcomo estan20:48
ouroumov!es | chuz20:48
ubottuchuz: 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.20:48

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