ramrebola litte question: there exists some "nautilus-open-terminal" for xubuntu ??00:33
ramrebolwithout installing nautilus (I thing that install nautilus is not a good idea)00:34
klyshmm do you use nemo instead?  a terminal for gnome, you want?  terminator?00:39
klysramrebol, have you fixed your wi-fi yet?  iwconfig; ifconfig wlan0 up; iwlist wlan0 scan | less; editor /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf; wpa_supplicant -Dwext -iwlan0 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf &00:43
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ramrebolyes klys, thanks. After install the xubuntu-restricted-extras , appears as "extra drivers" the wifi option. So, wifi is working perfect now :)00:47
ramrebolklys: I'm using only the terminal comming from xubuntu by default00:48
ramrebolbut, "terminator" has an "nautilus-open-terminal" option?00:49
ramrebolI'm using an old netbook, thats why I need to use the "more light" option for all00:50
klyswell I'm not too sure, haven't used nautilus in a while.  there is likely a solution around if you search [nautilus open terminal here]00:55
ramrebolthanks klys . I will try it.00:57
krytarikramrebol: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-dev/xubuntu-default-settings/trunk/view/head:/etc/xdg/xdg-xubuntu/Thunar/uca.xml.in#L26 - so it should be there in Xubuntu by default.00:57
ramrebolthank krytarik again :)01:11
willie_I'm running Xubuntu 16.04.3 and in the Power Manager, there aren't isn't an option for what to do when closing the lid on my laptop. Why is that? I see it in screenshots.02:21
cfhowlettwillie: eh?  not offered on my system either.  could be that the website needs updating.02:22
RoadRunner|2Not getting sound in youtube or in a flash player plugin in Firefox (sound from audio or video players is fine). Using Xub 16.04 with latest software updates. Help?02:59
cfhowlettRoadRunner|2, ps -x | grep pulseaudio03:07
cfhowlettkill -9 the puluseaudio number then restart your sound app03:08
cfhowlettalso ensure you haven't muted your browser tab03:08
RoadRunner|2cfhowlett: so the problem is due to pulseaudio not working right with flash player by default?03:19
cfhowlettRoadRunner|2, depending on your settings.  personally, I disable flash in the browser thus requiring explicit authorization each time03:20
cfhowlettbut your browser should be throwing a permission box for same.  did you miss it?03:20
RoadRunner|2no, I've alowed it03:21
RoadRunner|2could you please explain the syntax of the command you gave above?03:21
cfhowlettps -x = list all processes03:22
cfhowlettgrep foo = filter previous list for foo03:22
cfhowlettkill = well, kill03:22
cfhowlettkill -9 = kill when you absolutely, positively must leave no survivors03:22
RoadRunner|2cfhowlett: https://paste.ubuntu.com/26481564/03:25
cfhowlettyep, kill -9 1855              that ? = process not running normally03:26
cfhowlettI believe s<1   has special meaning as well03:27
RoadRunner|2how do we know that "1855" is the pulseaudion number?03:28
cfhowlettline 203:28
cfhowlettand line 3 is the command you ran: ps -x | grep pulseaudio03:28
cfhowlettwell, line 3 is the OUTPUT of your command03:29
cfhowletteh, no03:29
cfhowlettline 3 is the new process launched by your command03:29
cfhowlettline 2 = output03:29
RoadRunner|2ok, tried, "kill -9 1855 " and restarted the browser after - no diff03:34
RoadRunner|2cfhowlett: the problem continues https://paste.ubuntu.com/26481608/03:37
cfhowlettRoadRunner|2, bring this to #ubuntu03:39
RoadRunner|2is this a know issue?03:39
cfhowletthappens to all of us.03:40
cfhowlettfor various reasons03:40
RoadRunner|2so there are diff solutions to this in diff situations?03:40
RoadRunner|2... on diff systems?03:40
cfhowletton *buntu, yes03:41
RoadRunner|2also, what did you mean by "ensure you haven't muted your browser tab" muted where?03:41
cfhowlettffox tabs can be muted.  if mute = no sound03:41
RoadRunner|2didn't even know this feature was there:) but no, my tabs where not muted :)03:43
RoadRunner|2so I guess to #ubuntu I go...03:43
RoadRunner|2I just fear that they may send me right back here...03:44
cfhowlettRoadRunner|2, your issue is not restricted to xubuntu03:44
RoadRunner|2before I go, do any other possible solutions come to mind?03:45
cfhowlettnone.  sorry.03:45
RoadRunner|2thanks for you help, any effort is much appreciated03:45
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aizazhello guys09:30
aizazCould someone here help me with an issue i am having with Xubuntu 17.10 (freshly installed) subversion and gnome-keyring09:30
aizazI am using svn, version 1.9.7  for my development and while checking out / update/ commit, the repo asks me for the password09:31
aizazI expect gnome-keyring to save the password however it doesn't work. Interesting, the passwords of my ssh sessions is stored by gnome-keyring09:32
aizazI tried to explicitly specify in subversion config file to use gnome-keyring as password store09:33
aizazthis also didn't help09:33
aizazI search for any bug reports, didn't find any. I am not sure what to do. I don't want to save passwords unencryprted locally09:33
aizazanyone who has a similar experience could perhaps give me some pointers.09:37
well_laid_lawnaizaz:  tried this https://askubuntu.com/questions/206604/svn-and-gnome-keyring#206609 ?09:41
aizaz@well_laid_lawn: yes I actually removed the complete .subversion folder; didn't help either, I am not sure whether the problem lies with the keyring or svn09:42
aizazthis however states if i don't want to use any password stores; but I do, i do want to use password store09:44
well_laid_lawnare you sure the daemon is running ?09:49
aizazyes I do: 1412  0.0  0.0 430080  7876 ?        Sl   10:22   0:00 /usr/bin/gnome-keyring-daemon --daemonize --login09:58
aizazinfact I made sure with seahorse to verify if the keyring is unlocked at login09:58
aizazand it is09:58
aizazthis is exactly my issue: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=57781809:59
ubottuDebian bug 577818 in subversion "subversion doesn't check gnome-keyring on amd64" [Normal,Open]09:59
aizazIs it possible if I can downgrade the version of subversion to 1.9.3 in Xubuntu 17.1010:19
aizazI don't see any other candidates for installation available in apt-cache policy10:20
aizazsubversion:   Installed: 1.9.7-2ubuntu1   Candidate: 1.9.7-2ubuntu1   Version table:  *** 1.9.7-2ubuntu1 500         500 http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu artful/main amd64 Packages         100 /var/lib/dpkg/status10:20
aizazperhaps this is the way to go? https://packages.ubuntu.com/xenial/amd64/subversion/download10:29
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