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									[12:00] <visik7> I need to recover some file from a reiser 3.6 fs I've
found some tools but they are for windows (yes tools to recover reiser
from windows!!!)
[12:01] <Wiseguy> how do i run lm-sensors once i install it?
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[12:01] <VanessaE> wiseguy: 'sensors'
[12:01] <dek> I am trying to compile a program, and I get this error
"checking for Qt... configure: error: Qt (>= Qt 3.0) (headers and
libraries) not found." I have kde-devel package installed. What am I
[12:01] <BenFairless> Can anyone help me with a query?
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[12:01] <unregisterednoob> visik7: um, recovering from reiser is
practically impossible
[12:01] <VanessaE> and 'sensors-detect' to help you sort out what drivers
need to be added to your kernel.
[12:01] <visik7> unregisterednoob: there are tools for windows that do it
[12:02] <visik7> unregisterednoob: what they do ? generate ramdom data ?
[12:02] <howieson26> !de
[12:02] <ubotu> Deutschsprachige Hilfe fuer Probleme mit Ubuntu, Kubuntu
und Edubuntu finden Sie in den Kanaelen #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de,
#xubuntu-de und #edubuntu-de
[12:02] <LjL> !testdisk | visik7
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[12:02] <njal> sidny4: No other ideas?
[12:02] <ubotu> testdisk: Partition scanner and disk recovery tool. In
component universe, is optional. Version 6.1-1 (dapper), package size 386
kB, installed size 1124 kB
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[12:02] <Wiseguy> so if i get "no sensors found" does that mean i dont
have any sensors on my board? or i dont have the proper module for my
sensors installed?
[12:02] <unregisterednoob> visik7: I'd recommend using ext3 as ReiserFS
is gonna die (Reiser is in jail)
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[12:02] <visik7> unregisterednoob: reiser will never die, there is a team
behind reiser not a single man
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[12:02] <janbanan> Will it be possible to update from dapper to edgy
without making a fresh installation of edgy? If it does what happen with
my installed programs and my tweaked desktop?
[12:02] <LjL> unregisterednoob: how can you tell that "reiserfs is gonna
die"? i wouldn't say that
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[12:03] <unregisterednoob> visik7: ah wait, I was thinking of XFS, but
don't trust those tools - Reiser is not usable under Windows and the data
is practically unrecoverable
[12:03] <LjL> janbanan: it is possible
[12:03] <unregisterednoob> LjL: the head of the project is in jail and
will probably be executed
[12:03] <visik7> so they generate random data
[12:03] <rag> how i know if my kernel 2.6 support V4L ?
[12:03] <LjL> janbanan: programs should stay installed, and the desktop
should stay tweaked
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[12:03] <rag> how i know if my kernel 2.6 support V4L ? with make
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[12:04] <visik7> I dislike ext3
[12:04] <unregisterednoob> janbanan: you can dist-upgrade, but it's messy
and hand-built programs probably need to be rebuilt
[12:04] <unregisterednoob> visik7: more or less
[12:04] <VanessaE> reiser ain't going to die off just because Hans was
[12:04] <dnite> is there a problem w/ the evdev driver in Edgy??? I just
downloaded and installed yesterday, and i got my mouse connected to my
bluetooth hub just fine.. and it works if i use the normal mouse driver
on /dev/input/mice .. but if i try and use evdev, X never starts...
[12:04] <unregisterednoob> visik7: I do too, but I don't trust ReiserFS
[12:04] <BenFairless> I have a problem: I am using Ubuntu on my laptop
which, when I had it running Windows, used 1280x800 but Ubuntu only does
640x480, 800x600, and 1024x768 as default. Is there any way to increase
my screen resolution?
[12:04] <janbanan> LjL, sweet. would you recommend update or make a fresh
[12:04] <VanessaE> (that said I use ext3, sooner or later I will switch
to jfs :)
[12:04] <LjL> unregisterednoob, don't be stupid and don't say such things
in this channel. afaik there hasn't even be a trial yet - go to #ubuntu-
offtopic if you want to discuss this, and if you want to advice against
reiserfs for technical reasons, fine, but keep everything else in
[12:05] <rag> how i know if my kernel 2.6 support V4L ? with make
[12:05] <visik7> unregisterednoob: never have a single problem in 5 years
of reiser with many machines
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[12:05] <BenFairless> ???
[12:05] <Shaezsche> when i use Jack i get distortion in sound. any idea
what could be causing this? conflict with alsa?
[12:05] <LjL> janbanan, if you haven't customized too many things, and
have a separate home partition, a fresh install might be handier. at
least it is for me... i really just prefer to restart from scratch most
of the times. but it's up to you
[12:05] <unregisterednoob> LjL: I really wasn't trying to start a
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[12:06] <unregisterednoob> visik7: mm, I use XFS, basically because I
randomly selected an fs from the list
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[12:06] <TooTallJones> Anyone here know much about gnome-ppp or dial-up
on linux? =/
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[12:06] <VanessaE> not a bad choice, but xfs can be dangerous if you have
power quality issues in your neighborhood.
[12:06] <eXceLibrius> E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code
[12:06] <eXceLibrius> ... WTF ? by the process chrooting
[12:06] <eXceLibrius> dpkg: syntax error: unknown group `postdrop' in
statusoverride file
[12:07] <unregisterednoob> !modem > TooTallJones
[12:07] <VanessaE> sudo groupadd postdrop
[12:07] <VanessaE> and try again.
[12:07] <sc0tt> lol
[12:07] <LicensedLunacy> hey, I am trying to get OSx dual booting with
Ubuntu on a G4
[12:07] <sc0tt> where Hans killed his wife or not
[12:07] <sc0tt> is irrelevent
[12:07] <VanessaE> (I think..)
[12:07] <TooTallJones> haha
[12:07] <sc0tt> ReiserFS is still awesome
[12:07] <unregisterednoob> VanessaE: I worry about that too, so I'm
getting a UPS soon
[12:07] <sc0tt> :>
[12:07] <TooTallJones> my dial-up dials as soon as my computer boots up
to the login screen =/
[12:07] <VanessaE> reiserfs is OK
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[12:07] <LicensedLunacy> everything is installed, but I can't get ubuntu
to boot
[12:07] <gnomefreak> sc0tt: please take it to #ubuntu-offtopic
[12:07] <TooTallJones> this must stop! I want it to dial when I say
[12:07] <ace> what is the default kubuntu irc client
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[12:07] <gnomefreak> ace: konversation
[12:08] <ace> thanks
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[12:08] <Twister829> Hey VanessaE, where do I go to insert all of those
[12:08] <unregisterednoob> TooTallJones: boot script issues, go into
/etc/init.d and find the offending line
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[12:08] <Quixotic> hi can someone pm me to answer a few nuub basic
questions about the lamp server.
[12:08] <Twister829> For the video out
[12:08] <VanessaE> Twister: edit your /etc/X11/xorg.conf
[12:08] <Twister829> okay... I'll give it a shot
[12:08] <VanessaE> make a backup of what you have, first.
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[12:08] <Twister829> yeah... definitely
[12:08] <jhasse> why can't i click on the throbber in firefox 2 anymore?
[12:09] <VanessaE> and replace the "Device" section with what I pasted.
edit it to your needs of course.
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[12:09] <eXceLibrius> dpkg: syntax error: unknown user `postfix' in
statusoverride file
[12:09] <eXceLibrius> E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code
[12:09] <dek> anyone know a good program for plotting 3D graphs?
[12:09] <Twister829> My xorg.conf file is empty for some reason... :S
[12:09] <skyfish> hi folks ! does anyone knows how to install flightgear
0.9.10 on dapper drake ?!
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[12:10] <VanessaE> double-check your typing....if you're in X, that file
better exist :)
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[12:10] <eXceLibrius> VanessaE > dpkg: syntax error: unknown user
`postfix' in statusoverride file
[12:10] <eXceLibrius> E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code
[12:10] <rag> please! how i know if my kernel 2.6 has support V4L ? with
make menuconfig?
[12:10] <Twister829> ah... capitalization is the death of me
[12:10] <eXceLibrius> what tu sudo ?
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[12:11] <VanessaE> eXceLibrius: ordinarily, I'd say add a user... but in
this case I don't know exactly what attributes that "user" would need.
[12:11] <eXceLibrius> maybe i must ru sudo adduser postfix ?
[12:11] <greenman> quit
[12:11] <eXceLibrius> but that will ad unix user
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[12:12] <_anthony> is anyone alive? i need some help lol
[12:12] <gnomefreak> VanessaE: was it you that fixed the courier-
[12:12] <njal> how can i find out what partitions are on an unmounted
[12:12] <LjL> !ask | _anthony
[12:12] <ubotu> _anthony: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your
question :)
[12:12] <LjL> njal: i'd use cfdisk
[12:12] <dnite> anyone able to tell me if the latest evdev in Edgy is
b0rked? X crashes every time i try and use it.. is there a way to install
a previous version?
[12:13] <gnomefreak> dnite: ask in #ubuntu+1
[12:13] <LjL> !edgy > dnite
[12:13] <njal> LjL: Will it tell me what partition types they are too?
[12:13] <VanessaE> gnomefreak, yeah, I had a hand in it
[12:13] <LjL> njal: yes
[12:13] <njal> fantastic
[12:13] <gnomefreak> VanessaE: feel like doing another one? lol
[12:13] <_anthony> ksry, I followed a tutorial the other day to compile a
tailored 2.6.16 kernel, but when i boot into it, X crashes and i dont get
any video, says "Failed to load NVIDIA kernel module"
[12:13] <VanessaE> um... :)
[12:13] <dnite> thanks gnomefreak
[12:13] <gnomefreak> i know :(
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[12:13] <skyfish> njal: try fdisk -l
[12:13] <njal> LjL: Fatal Error, cannot open disk
[12:13] <gnomefreak> he hasnt come back from reading man page
[12:13] <eXceLibrius> daoes any body know what to do with that missing
postfix user ?
[12:14] <LjL> njal, you need root privileges
[12:14] <TooTallJones> hrmm confusing
[12:14] <Chippy> hey, I;m sure this has been asked a million times, but
is there a way to get firefox 2 up and running now?
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[12:14] <jhasse> Chippy, update to edgy
[12:14] <gnomefreak> Chippy: you have to install it from tar on dapper
=== Em3rald has a question for y'all.
[12:14] <BenFairless> I have a problem: I am using Ubuntu on my laptop
which, when I had it running Windows, used 1280x800 but Ubuntu only does
640x480, 800x600, and 1024x768 as default. Is there any way to increase
my screen resolution?
[12:15] <andy> hi all, I ave extra buttons on my mouse (logitec media
play mouse). Is there anyway to configure these extra buttons to, say,
turn up and lower the volume?
[12:15] <Chippy> gnomefreak: mkay, thanks
[12:15] <VanessaE> eXceLibrius, you could try this: adduser -s
/bin/false --no-create-home --disabled-login postfix
[12:15] <LjL> !fixres | BenFairless
[12:15] <ubotu> BenFairless: x is the X Window System; it's the part of
your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X,
type this in a console: sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart - To fix screen
resolution or other X problems:
[12:15] <VanessaE> maybe that'll work
[12:15] <gnomefreak> Em3rald: if you dont ask we cant answer you
[12:15] <Em3rald> BenFairless; ya gotta edit your xorg.conf file most
[12:15] <_anthony> BenFairless, add it to the list in xconfig
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[12:15] <Em3rald> gnomefreak: sorry, wuz reading other ppls comments
[12:15] <Twister829> VannesaE, do I just need to restart after I edit the
xorg.conf file?
[12:15] <njal> LjL: Ok it tells me about my current disk, not the one i
need to find the information about and running it with /dev/hda as an
arguement doesn't work
[12:15] <VanessaE> gnomefreak, what problem are you having on your box?
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[12:15] <VanessaE> Twister: yes.
[12:15] <eXceLibrius> VanessaE .... sudo adduser postfix ....... now
[12:15] <gnomefreak> VanessaE: none its someone else
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[12:15] <Em3rald> Okay, so I use Amarok, and say .... a movie player
[12:15] <BenFairless> thanks guys
[12:15] <VanessaE> Twister: a simple restart of X is enough.
[12:15] <LjL> njal: then it's not recognizing that disk...
[12:15] <gnomefreak> VanessaE: i dont have problems i fix them :)
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[12:15] <VanessaE> gnomefreak, ok :)
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[12:15] <Twister829> k... hope that works... thank for the help VannessaE
[12:16] <Em3rald> But I don't want the sound of the video, I jsut want
the sound of the music in Amarok.
[12:16] <Quixotic> i just did a lamp install but ive never worked with
this server stuff before. How can I check if the components are installed
like php and apache and mysql? not totally sure how to use them ;p
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[12:16] <LjL> !lamp | Quixotic
[12:16] <ubotu> Quixotic: lamp is Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the
term is often used for setups using alternative but different software,
such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL.
For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server
CD install menu.
[12:16] <LjL> !pm | _anthony
[12:16] <ubotu> _anthony: Please ask your questions in the channel so
that other people can also benefit. Please don't PM a user in the channel
without asking first.
[12:16] <njal> LjL: That's not good... Ok how can I install windows
without totally trashing my existing device?
[12:16] <Em3rald> Which movie player should I use, or do I have to make
some configurations. I am using xine for most of my audio needs.
[12:16] <VanessaE> no prob. Note that you'll need to play around with
that config of course, since it's somewhat \specific to my husband's box
[12:16] <_anthony> I followed a tutorial the other day to compile a
tailored 2.6.16 kernel, but when i boot into it, X crashes and i dont get
any video, says "Failed to load NVIDIA kernel module"
[12:16] <njal> em3rald: totem-xine works well enough for me
[12:16] <Twister829> yeah, I understand
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[12:16] <VanessaE> xine plays movies too.
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[12:16] <VanessaE> and is what I use.
[12:17] <Quixotic> thx for the link ljl
[12:17] <Em3rald> Yeah, I know all that, but if I want to do both
simultaneously, without sonund from the movie.
[12:17] <LjL> _anthony: i suppose the binary NVidia drivers that are
provided with Dapper aren't compatible with 2.6.16. why did you have to
compile a kernel, anyway?
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[12:17] <_anthony> LjL, i was told i should do it for better preformance
[12:17] <LjL> njal: please tell me again about the setup you have
[12:17] <LjL> _anthony: nonsense.
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[12:18] <_anthony> bah, it was how-to i found on the forums
[12:18] <Em3rald> See, if I have music playing in Amarok (which uses
xine), and I try to watch a movie in mplayer or ... any other player I
have tried ... if I adjust the volume on the movie player, it also
affects the music in Amarok.
[12:18] <LjL> _anthony: use the standard kernel unless you've got a very
compelling reason to do otherwise (i.e. it breaks your system)
[12:18] <LjL> _anthony: pointer?
[12:18] <VanessaE> you can get a *slight* improvement over a 'generic'
kernel, but performance isn't a good reason to roll your own.
[12:18] <_anthony> k, i'll just stay on 2.6.15 then
[12:19] <njal> LjL: I have a primary 160GB SATA drive upon which I want
to keep ubuntu, then i have an IDE slave drive I wish to install Windows
and one other OS on it, but now since i seem to have screwed the IDE
drive, i have to reinstall windows.
[12:19] <VanessaE> rather, like LjL said, if something breaks and you
need to upgrade, or maybe security fixes, etc.
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[12:19] <frrank> alright guys, i'm fucked, i need help
[12:19] <_anthony> well just to humor me, what is the problem that causes
X to crash anyways?
[12:19] <LjL> !language | frrank
[12:19] <ubotu> frrank: Please watch your language and keep this channel
family friendly.
[12:20] <Em3rald> frrank: fire away, someone will help
[12:20] <Quixotic> hey ljl this ism y first time setting up a web server.
How can i test the apache and mysql and stuff if its functioning. Like
can I get some sort of demo webpage or gui to show me its ready? and will
apt-get install phpbb work to get phpbb?
[12:20] <LjL> njal: a slave IDE drive... with no master?
[12:20] <Em3rald> Quixotic: that's how I installe PHPBB on my webserver.
[12:20] <LjL> Quixotic, i'm not all that familiar with that stuff. but to
test apache, just point your browser to http://localhost
[12:20] <Em3rald> *installed*
[12:20] <Ekinoks> bye bye
[12:20] <njal> LjL: The SATA is supposed to be the master, though if the
IDE requires that there be a master it might explain why my second IDE
device is not being deteccted.
[12:20] <Quixotic> but i did a lamp server install and I dont appear to
have a browser
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[12:20] <Quixotic> everythign is command line
[12:20] <_anthony> well just to humor me, what is the problem that causes
X to crash anyways?
[12:20] <Quixotic> thats y im so lost lol
[12:21] <sidny4> njal, I'd make one master and one slave for the ide
[12:21] <frrank> i tried installing the new nvidia drivers, and now when
i boot it just stays stuck at the loading screen, and i can't get a
command line, i doesn't seem to let me sign into root or anything but i
can reach root under the recovery option,
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[12:21] <Em3rald> Quixotic: if you want, you can install a graphical
user interface like this: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop
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[12:21] <LjL> njal: well, i don't have SATA on my computer, so i can't
really say... but i believed SATA and IDE were two quite separate things,
SATA being treated as SCSI by Linux
[12:21] <ancient> hello guys
[12:21] <Quixotic> ahhh ubuntu-desktop thats what it was
[12:21] <sidny4> the ide is completely separate from the SAT
[12:21] <yohan> im trying to use cedega to run a game and ai get this
error: File "/usr/lib/transgaming_cedega/Point2Play_gui.py", line 2979,
in ? gddb_file = detected[0]
[12:21] <Quixotic> I love u emerald lol
[12:21] <sidny4> A
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[12:21] <yohan> any ideas?
[12:21] <sidny4> LjL, they are :D
[12:21] <thor> Quixotic: do you have links at the command line? (command
line browser)
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[12:21] <LjL> njal: anyway, it your IDE drive is the primary slave, it
should be /dev/hdb, not /dev/hda
[12:21] <ancient> quick question, I would completely move to LInux apart
from I cant talk to my friends on MSN Messenger, How can i get around
[12:21] <Quixotic> i tried typing sudo apt-get install gnome like 50
[12:21] <Em3rald> Quixotic: you can also use kubuntu-desktop or xubuntu-
[12:21] <njal> Hmm
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[12:22] <Em3rald> Quixotic: xubuntu-desktop is "lighter" and probably
better for a server.
[12:22] <calvin> i'm trying to share a network printer between 2 Ubuntu
[12:22] <sidny4> trouble is, I believe it is showing up as hdd isn't it
[12:22] <njal> shall i open up my box set one IDE to master, one to slave
then reboot and see how they are detected?
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[12:22] <gnomefreak> Quixotic: install ubuntu-desktop by chance?
[12:22] <LjL> Quixotic: "sudo apt-get install links2" will get you a
textmode (and graphical, but with no need for X) browser anyway
[12:22] <frrank> i tried installing the new nvidia drivers, and now when
i boot it just stays stuck at the loading screen, and i can't get a
command line, i doesn't seem to let me sign into root or anything but i
can reach root under the recovery option,
[12:22] <njal> sidny4: Yup hda is actualy hdd
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[12:22] <gnomefreak> LjL: links2 wont run in tty
[12:22] <Em3rald> calvin: there is a Wiki file about that somewhere on
the ubuntu site. It's not terribly difficult, but I dont remember off
[12:22] <ancient> quick question, I would completely move to LInux apart
from I cant talk to my friends on MSN Messenger, How can i get around
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[12:22] <LjL> gnomefreak, uh?
[12:22] <gnomefreak> LjL: with the -g option
[12:22] <sidny4> njal, what all devices, SATA and IDE do you have in your
[12:22] <calvin> hi em3rald
[12:22] <MasseR> ancient: Install amsn
[12:23] <VanessaE> ancient: use GAIM
[12:23] <calvin> i've been trying all day
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[12:23] <VanessaE> or maybe kopete
[12:23] <MasseR> Or gaim
[12:23] <MasseR> Or bitlbee
[12:23] <gnomefreak> LjL: links -g wont run in tyy
[12:23] <calvin> i've looked though a bunch of forum posts
[12:23] <MasseR> There are multiple choices
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[12:23] <VanessaE> GAIM (and I guess the others too) handle MSN, Yahoo,
AOL, ICQ.....
[12:23] <ancient> masser I have
[12:23] <njal> sidny4: One SATA 160GB, 1 IDE 80GB and 1 IDE 20GB
[12:23] <ancient> it does not work with voice
[12:23] <calvin> i've tried samba, lpd, and cups
[12:23] <LjL> gnomefreak, well, maybe it won't because of some problem,
but in theory it should - it supports framebuffer as well, i think, as
[12:23] <Em3rald> calvin: Hmm ... did you try the wiki? I think it's
wiki.ubuntu.com. ...
[12:23] <MasseR> ancient: I don't think none work with voice
[12:23] <sidny4> are the IDE's each on their own ribbon cable?
[12:24] <gnomefreak> LjL: it hasnt since breezy atleast for me on 3 pcs
[12:24] <MasseR> But afaik amsn is one of the few which support video
[12:24] <ancient> yeah that is my point
[12:24] <ancient> so what else Can i do?
[12:24] <VanessaE> if you want voice chat, about all you can do there is
use Skype or one of the netmeeting-compatible programs
[12:24] <Em3rald> Help! if I have music playing in Amarok (which uses
xine), and I try to watch a movie in mplayer or ... any other player I
have tried ... if I adjust the volume on the movie player, it also
affects the music in Amarok.
[12:24] <VanessaE> (gnome-meeting or whatever they call it now)
[12:24] <MasseR> ancient: Move to skype? :P
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[12:24] <ancient> skype is not in any repos I cant find
[12:24] <MasseR> No, really I don't know if any other than msn
messenger/windows messenger can do voice
[12:24] <njal> sidny4: Nope, one master one slave, i have two DVD-RW
drives on their own IDE chain
[12:24] <Quixotic> so to test if apache and mysql are working I point a
browser at them?
[12:24] <gnomefreak> !skype | ancient
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[12:24] <njal> i figure i would group the hard drives on thier own chain
[12:24] <andy> hi all, in gnome, can I display the windows in the window
list as icons instead of small icons and text?
[12:24] <ancient> Another question relating to that, I often cannot get
certain files because not being in my channel, is there a link to a
certain set of repos which gets pretty much everything and is safe
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[12:25] <MasseR> ## skype (official)
[12:25] <MasseR> ## only uncomment it if you need it
[12:25] <gnomefreak> we lost ubotu
[12:25] <MasseR> deb http://download.skype.com/linux/repos/debian/ stable
[12:25] <ancient> !skype
[12:25] <FuelB> I installed the firefox 2.0 package but now https doesn't
[12:25] <sidny4> ok, so on one IDE cable you have two hard drives and on
another IDE cable you have two DVD drives correct?
[12:25] <ancient> Is there a list somewhere though which shows the best
set of repos?
[12:25] <VanessaE> ancient: look in your /etc/apt/sources.list - all of
the important repos are already listed there
[12:25] <ubotu> ancient: skype is To install Skype on Ubuntu, see
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Skype - To record on Skype, check:
[12:25] <ubotu> skype is To install Skype on Ubuntu, see
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Skype - To record on Skype, check:
[12:25] <VanessaE> just uncomment all of the 'deb' lines and do an apt-
get update.
[12:25] <gnomefreak> here he is
[12:25] <njal> sidny4: correct.
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[12:25] <ancient> van, I know but things like adobe reader and others
codecs dont install
[12:25] <MasseR> ancient: And if you want you can google "my recommended
dapper sources.list"
[12:26] <MasseR> Which is quite good if I may say so
[12:26] <sidny4> and on each ribbon, one of the devices is set to master
and the other is set to slave right?
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[12:26] <rbil> install and run EtherApe to get a graphic representation
of your network connections. Then startup Skype and watch it all light up
like a Christmas tree, as Skype is peer2peer. :-)
[12:26] <LjL> FuelB: what firefox 2.0 package?
[12:26] <VanessaE> for those things I generally go to someplace like
mplayerhq.hu and grab the codecs, and use kpdf instead of adobe/acrobat
[12:26] <njal> sidny4: No, i was told SATA didn't like IDE drives being
set to master so both IDE hard drives are set to slave.
[12:26] <ancient> thNKA
[12:27] <gnomefreak> VanessaE: what did yuou remove to fix the courier-
authdaemon issue
[12:27] <gnomefreak> and how
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[12:27] <Em3rald> Och ... this channel is dizzying LOL
[12:27] <andy> how do you check what version of gnome you have???
[12:27] <FuelB> LjL: I just did apt-get install mozilla-firefox in
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[12:27] <FuelB> 2.0+0dfsg-0ubuntu3
[12:27] <LjL> !edgy | FuelB, ah edgy
[12:27] <ubotu> FuelB, ah edgy: edgy is the current development version
of Ubuntu. Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to
#ubuntu+1. For its release schedule, see !schedule
[12:27] <Em3rald> I'll be back later folx
[12:27] <thor> gnomefreak: just installed links2 on dapper and -g works
to google from a terminal in gnome, but not in a tty
[12:27] <gnomefreak> andy: system>about gnome
[12:27] <gnomefreak> thor: thats what i said
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[12:27] <andy> how do I update gnome to 2.16?
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[12:27] <xipietotec> If anyone can help, I'm trying to configure a
gdesklet taskbar, but it only sees items which are in pixmaps, not any
sort of icon anywhere else
[12:27] <thor> yup...just proving your point
[12:28] <gnomefreak> andy: upgrade to edgy
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[12:28] <sidny4> njal, ok, set one to master and one to slave for both of
the ribbon cables, SATA is different and shouldn't be affected by the IDE
[12:28] <xipietotec> I've had this same problem trying to configure
custom icons for folders and applications
[12:28] <LjL> thor, gnomefreak: no, doesn't work here either in a tty
using svgalib. should try with framebuffer, if i weren't too tired to
recall how the framebuffer modules are loaded
[12:28] <andy> does that require an entire reinstallation
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[12:28] <njal> sidny4: Ok give me a second to power the machine down then
[12:28] <LjL> andy: no. just wait 2 days until edgy is out, and we'll
have upgrade instructions on the wiki
[12:28] <sidny4> njal, ok
[12:29] <frrank> hey i get stuck at the loading screen after installing
the nvidia drivers, can anyone help ?
[12:29] <gnomefreak> andy: sort of except apt will upgrade all packages
for you about same amount of time as install
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[12:29] <andy> ok
[12:29] <Chippy> hey. I'm installing firefox from tar, but I can't
overwrite the default firefox install; is there any way to fix this?
[12:29] <andy> so two days? sweet
[12:29] <LjL> !schedule > andy
[12:29] <gnomefreak> Chippy: are you reading the wiki?
[12:29] <gnomefreak> andy: 2-3 days yes
[12:29] <dek> what is the command for uncompressing a .tar.bz2 file?
[12:29] <LjL> gnomefreak: depends on one's timezone i suppose ;)
[12:29] <gnomefreak> dek: tar -jxvf
[12:29] <woland_> dek, jxvpf
[12:29] <LjL> dek: tar xf filename
[12:29] <Chippy> gnomefreak: the mozilla wiki, is there one up on firefox
2 for ubuntu already?
[12:29] <andy> gnomefreak, is there a way to display windows as icons in
a window list?
[12:29] <VanessaE> gnomefreak, eventually we had to resort to editing one
of apt's database files and deleting the offending entry
[12:29] <gnomefreak> !firefox
[12:30] <ubotu> firefox is the default web-browser on Ubuntu. To install
the latest version, see
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FirefoxNewVersion Installing plugins:
[12:30] <Chippy> gnomefreak: thanks
[12:30] <dek> thanks all :P
[12:30] <gnomefreak> Chippy: just replace the 1.5 for 2.0
[12:30] <VanessaE> (/var/lib/dpkg/status to be exact)
[12:30] <frrank> hey i get stuck at the loading screen after installing
the nvidia drivers, can anyone help ?
[12:30] <sidny4> so when edgy is officially released, I'll just be able
to upgrade my dapper to edgy right? or would it be better to reinstall?
[12:30] <gnomefreak> VanessaE: oh wonderful
[12:30] <VanessaE> but that was only after we tried every other solution
I could think of...didn't want to risk breaking his box.
[12:30] <IcemanV9> sidny4: correct
[12:30] <LjL> sidny4: what is "better" is up to you. you certainly should
be able to upgrade.
[12:31] <gnomefreak> sidny4: gksudo update-manager -d will upgrade you
after release
[12:31] <gnomefreak> right now gksudo update-manager -c -d will do it
before release
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[12:31] <Wiseguy> hey guys how do i play xvid in ubuntu?
[12:31] <sidny4> sweet
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[12:31] <sidny4> I didn't want to reinstall :D
[12:32] <Subhuman> Wiseguy, w32codecs
[12:32] <Subhuman> !w32codecs
[12:32] <ubotu> For multimedia issues, this page has useful information:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also
http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html -
But please use free formats if you can:
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[12:32] <woland_> how well does ubuntu support my adaptec raid/scsi
[12:32] <freebse> Wiseguy: install vlc
[12:32] <VanessaE> easiest way to get win32codecs is to grab them from
mplayerhq.hu and unzip to some local directory... problem is you gotta
rebuild xine with win32codec support (default in dapper at least, lacks
[12:32] <Alethes> how soon should I expect that the latest gnome and
firefox will be available for ubuntu?
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[12:33] <andy> is there any way to display windows as icons rather then
words in a window list? (gnome)
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[12:34] <VanessaE> Alethes, generally a few days to a week for someone to
make a repos available, seems to be my experience....as for getting those
packages into the official repos, not sure... weeks maybe
[12:34] <thor> ok boys and girls...after installing links2 the default
browser for xchat is links2...how do I change it back to Firefox?
[12:34] <gnomefreak> sidny4: upgrade is fine
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[12:34] <Alethes> even for gnome 2.16 which has been out for a while now?
[12:34] <gnomefreak> ignore that
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[12:34] <gnomefreak> was tabbed too far up
[12:34] <VanessaE> dunno about that...gnome is something I don't mess
[12:34] <technoid_> so any idea as to when firefox 2 release will hit
the repos?
[12:34] <sidny4> haha, ok
[12:35] <gnomefreak> thor: sudo update-alternatives x-www-browser
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[12:35] <gnomefreak> Alethes: firefox and gnome will not be backported to
[12:35] <gnomefreak> Alethes: they will be in edgy
[12:35] <gnomefreak> technoid_: wont
[12:35] <thor> gnomefreak: update-alternatives: unknown argument `x-www-
[12:35] <Alethes> I thought edgy was due this month
[12:36] <gnomefreak> thor: try again its browser
[12:36] <dcordes> gnomefreal: so the new gnome version will only be
available in edgy?
[12:36] <gnomefreak> Alethes: in 2-3 days
[12:36] <Alethes> ah cool
[12:36] <gnomefreak> dcordes: correct
[12:36] <dcordes> gnomefreak*
[12:36] <Dr_willis> Im using Edgy now. :P why wait.
[12:36] <Dr_willis> lol
[12:36] <Alethes> will it be available as an update?
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[12:36] <technoid_> gnome: thanks
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[12:36] <thor> gnomefreak: update-alternatives: unknown argument `x-www-
[12:36] <gnomefreak> Alethes: not in dapper
[12:36] <Leone> http://paste.debian.net/15484 Anyone can Help Me , i cant
connect to internet , i tri and look in the pastebin !!
[12:36] <thor> the r was there...just didn't copy
[12:36] <Alethes> :/
[12:36] <gnomefreak> thor: oops
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[12:36] <gnomefreak> thor: sudo update-alternatives --config x-ww-browser
[12:36] <Alethes> so I won't be able to do a simple update to go from
dapper to edgy?
[12:37] <gnomefreak> x-www-browser
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[12:37] <jroes> is it possible to install dapper from a usb stick?
[12:37] <Dr_willis> Alethes, i find it safer/easier to do a clean
reinstall. keeping /home
[12:37] <gnomefreak> Alethes: yes you can upgrade
[12:37] <dcordes> gnomefreak: but there will be the opportunity to
install it in dapper though?
[12:37] <dcordes> because firefox 2 works just fine here in dapper
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[12:38] <IcemanV9> gnomefreak: if you're saying that fx2 and gnome 2.16
won't be backported to dapper, then LTS doesn't mean anything? *confused*
[12:38] <sidny4> ok, so I just installed firefox 2 on my computer here at
work, it's not bad, only difference I've noticed so far is that it's more
shiny :D
[12:38] <VanessaE> firefox2 has a major bug though... it shouldn't be
possible, IMHO, to cause it ti crash by using a new theme.
[12:38] <Leone> http://paste.debian.net/15484 HELP ME PLEASE IO CANT
[12:38] <dcordes> IcemanV9: ture...
[12:38] <seba_> hola, alguien que hable espaol?
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[12:38] <VanessaE> !es
[12:38] <sidny4> !es
[12:38] <ubotu> Para Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o
#edubuntu-es, all obtendrn mas ayuda.
[12:38] <seba_> gracias
[12:39] <sidny4> de nada
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[12:39] <Snake> if edgy ships with aiglx... does that mean my hardware
supports it?
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[12:39] <Snake> like, am I running on it right now?
[12:39] <xipietotec> I need to copy and paste the contents of a file into
[12:39] <xipietotec> contents of a folder even
[12:39] <VanessaE> into a pixmap??
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[12:40] <jariep1__> hi all
[12:40] <cablesm102> Will Firefox 2 be available for Dapper?
[12:40] <Snake> anyone?
[12:40] <thor> gnomefreak: interesting....sudo update-alternatives --all
does show it as x-www-browser, but it didn't like it on the command line
[12:40] <jariep1__> I am trying to learn how to get vsftpd working
[12:40] <jariep1__> so I am a newbie to this
[12:40] <sohaibma> does anyone know why ubuntu detects my k750i when i
connect it to usb but not my flash drive (creative muvo tx) and my USB
[12:40] <Dr_willis> cablesm102, i downloade it last night from the ftp
sites and installed it manually :)
[12:40] <VanessaE> Snake: generally a linux distro will come with lots of
stuff your machine can't use; whether your box can use aiglx is a matter
of your video card.
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[12:40] <cablesm102> Yes, but will it come out on the repositories? Will
FF continue to be updated on Dapper?
[12:40] <jariep1__> I am looking for a nice HOWTO on setting up the
vsftpd.conf file
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[12:41] <jariep1__> the would be easy for a newbie
[12:41] <Snake> VanessaE: Its a ATI 9600, I had XGL on it before, but I
just now did a fresh install of edgy and seen on a wiki it came with
[12:41] <dcordes> if not LTS really doesn't mean shit
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[12:41] <dcordes> :P
[12:41] <Dr_willis> jared555, try the homepage for the program...
newbies and ftp servers... heh...
[12:41] <VanessaE> ok. yeah, if it works with XGL it seems that AIGLX
should work too, based on what I've read.
[12:41] <moyogo> hi
[12:41] <Dr_willis> what is with it and newbies alwways running ftp
[12:41] <sohaibma> does anyone know why ubuntu detects my k750i when i
connect it to usb but not my flash drive (creative muvo tx) and my USB
[12:42] <Snake> VanessaE: is there anyway to tell if aiglx is
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[12:42] <VanessaE> how to test and use those things, I haven't the
slightest clue :)
[12:42] <Snake> Alright :-)
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[12:42] <rbil> Dr_willis, no kidding.
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[12:42] <wil`yum> sound works for all users except one...where should i
[12:42] <dgh1973> yeah, I was gonna say, do you NEED an FTP server? If
not specifically I would just use ssh
[12:42] <Snake> VanessaE: thanks :-)
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[12:42] <VanessaE> I guess you could try running one of those window
managers that uses xgl/aiglx and see how it ...
[12:42] <VanessaE> runs.
[12:42] <dcordes> anybody uses tranflash card?
[12:42] <teknoprep2> i am extremely impressed with Ubuntu Server 6.06
[12:42] <teknoprep2> VERY nice job
[12:43] <sohaibma> does anyone know why ubuntu detects my k750i when i
connect it to usb but not my flash drive (creative muvo tx) and my USB
[12:43] <dgh1973> yeah it's nice
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[12:43] <ace> what does it mean when adept says 'break(install)'
[12:43] <bluecat9> Can someone tell me how to get GAIM to display Avatars
in the Roster? thx
[12:43] <dcordes> schoaibma: if you ask your question a third time the
chance to get an answer will drop below zero
[12:43] <teknoprep2> i am running ubuntu server 6.06 as a host os for
vmware server... it runs flawlessly on some very nice equipment
[12:43] <freebse> dcordes: I do
[12:43] <rbil> teknoprep2, so was I, until i tried to install it on an
Epia mobo. Looked like it installed ok, but on reboot, endless loop back
to restart.
[12:44] <teknoprep2> epia ?
[12:44] <rbil> had to use alternative cd to install a server.
[12:44] <woland_> what happened to the bouncing cow
[12:44] <goofey> in command line, how does one search for packages? I
checked man apt-get
[12:44] <dcordes> freebse: nice you use it with a device in between or do
you connect with sd adaptor?
[12:44] <VanessaE> in the "roster"?
[12:44] <teknoprep2> i only use asus/or/intel
[12:44] <VanessaE> the buddy list?
[12:44] <xipietotec> I need the command to copy and paste a file from one
directory into another...
[12:44] <rbil> yeh, one of those small formfactor things, fanless ... no
prob with Fedora, Mandrake, etc. But not Ubuntu Server
[12:44] <IcemanV9> goofey: apt-cache search <packagename>
[12:44] <xipietotec> actually, the entire contents of a directory into
another directory
[12:44] <teknoprep2> sometimes tyan for server stuff... but mostly
supermicro servers and they use intel everything
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[12:44] <goofey> xipietotec: cp /path/to/file /path/to/new/file
[12:44] <dgh1973> cp -r
[12:44] <freebse> dcordes: adapter travel flash of PQI
[12:45] <VanessaE> xipietotec, just use cp to copy files around
[12:45] <goofey> IcemanV9: thanks!
[12:45] <VanessaE> or use konqueror as a file mangler.
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[12:45] <woland_> how well does ubuntu support my adaptec raid/scsi
[12:45] <VanessaE> (manager)
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[12:45] <dgh1973> should be fine woland_, I used an adaptec scsi card
years ago
[12:45] <sidny4> xipietotec: cp file /destination/directory
[12:45] <paras> channel, i cannot access applications like netwrok admin,
users and groups manager from gnome. it says wrong password howerver i
have set the root password
[12:45] <dcordes> freebse: is that a flash card reader? i have the
problem that, when i connect the card with my cardreader, i can write
files and they also appear on my mobile phone but they're all empty
[12:46] <sidny4> paras, don't use the root password, use your account's
[12:46] <xipietotec> sidny: And that will remove all files from one
directory (without copying the directory itself) and put them into
[12:46] <dgh1973> paras: that's not roots it's asking for, it's yours
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[12:46] <cafuego> woland_: If it's a really recent model (past 3 months)
it may not be fully supported; otherwose it'll be just fine. I've been
using a 7880 since '97 :-)
[12:46] <paras> dgh1973, i see. let me try
[12:46] <sidny4> xipietotec: mv
[12:46] <freebse> dcordes: no it does also writing
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[12:46] <levander> How the hell am I supposed to know if this motherboard
I want to buy works okay under Linux?
[12:46] <xipietotec> use mv then?
[12:46] <VanessaE> levander: is it VIA based?
[12:46] <cafuego> levander: What mobo is it?
[12:46] <levander> VanessaE: no
[12:46] <VanessaE> (the north/southbridge chipset)
[12:46] <paras> dgh1973, yes worked.. thanks...
[12:46] <VanessaE> good. then it probably works :)
[12:46] <bluecat9> VanessaE, sorry. Did you reply. I missed it. :)
[12:47] <paras> sidny4, worked !
[12:47] <sidny4> levander google: linux 'motherboard type'
[12:47] <woland_> cafuego, i have 7860/7890
[12:47] <sohaibma> i am downloading vlc, and its dependencies; doi have
to download the dependencies of the vlc dependencies and their
[12:47] <levander> cafuego: It's an Asus P5LD2 (Intel 945P based)
[12:47] <sidny4> paras, congrats!
[12:47] <VanessaE> blue: not sure, what was the question/ :)
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[12:47] <dgh1973> a lot of hardware works great with ubuntu in particular
these days levander
[12:47] <paras> sidny4, :)
[12:47] <bluecat9> VanessaE, How to display Avatar in the GAIM roster?
[12:47] <cafuego> levander: I see no reason why that wouldn't work. (my
friend's does)
[12:47] <VanessaE> Oh that
[12:47] <levander> dgh1973: yeah, I know, but don't want to buy the
motherboard if I don't know that it works
[12:47] <VanessaE> what do you mean by the 'roster'? The buddy list?
[12:47] <njal> sidny4: ok jumper switched
[12:47] <dgh1973> right, understood
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[12:48] <bluecat9> VanessaE, yup yup/
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[12:48] <jvai> <--*pours out some choco mocha frap for hoary, teary
eyed*) hoary has served me well, but it's tyme to move on
[12:48] <VanessaE> it's automatic
[12:48] <dcordes> freebse: oh yes the term card reader is not quite well
selected :-) do you have any idea what could be the problem with my
device? as i siad i can write. but only filenames without content. i copy
the things nautilus and it is too quick
[12:48] <BlueKnight> Hiyas, linux newby here, having trouble getting the
network interface to work. If I manually run dhclient, it will work.
Where would I normally find dhclient in the boot configurations?
[12:48] <cafuego> levander: ... in terms of 945 chipset anyway
[12:48] <xipietotec> err....that moved the folder itself to where I
wanted it, but not the files inside the folder
[12:48] <sidny4> njal, alright, is your system recognizing the drives
[12:48] <cafuego> woland_: should be fine.
[12:48] <bluecat9> VanessaE, hmm I must be doing something wrong then..
will try latest version. thx
[12:48] <VanessaE> mmhmm.
[12:48] <wil`yum> sound works for all users except one...where should i
[12:48] <njal> sidny4: I think so, it's just added another ubuntu install
and said my normal install is located on sda1
[12:48] <dgh1973> /etc/groups
[12:49] <VanessaE> wil`yum, check that the affected user is in the
appropriate group (usually audio)
[12:49] <njal> sidny4: So i don't know what drive grub is booting from
[12:49] <wil`yum> thank you
[12:49] <dgh1973> wil`yum, ot /etc/group rather, user probably not in
right group to access device files
[12:49] <joona> BlueKnight: /etc/network/interfaces
[12:49] <joona> for example:
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[12:49] <joona> auto eth0
[12:49] <sidny4> njal, it's booting from your SATA drive
[12:49] <joona> iface eth0 inet dhcp
[12:49] <joona> those two lines ^
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[12:50] <freebse> dcordes: to tell you the truth, I don't know, it simply
works over here
[12:50] <njal> sidny4: No it's not... I selected my normal install, and
it said Error 15: file not found
[12:50] <jvai> is there a classic gnome theme for dapper?
[12:50] <jvai> i want the foot back
[12:50] <BlueKnight> joona, thank you, I'll look there
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[12:50] <njal> sidny4: it managed to boot an older kernel on sda1 though
[12:50] <joona> BlueKnight: yeah, no problem
[12:51] <dgh1973> jvai, not sure, check out art.gnome.org though, all
kinds of theme components there
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[12:51] <njal> only option it would boot
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[12:51] <jvai> yea, was there earlier.. ty @ dgh.. will look harder
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[12:51] <dcordes> freebse: truth can be hard :( well i think my samsung
cell phone writes some kind of special file system on it which ubuntu
can't handle. but thanks for your response
[12:52] <jvai> i was @ gnome-look also, for the classic gnome theme
[12:52] <paparucino> hi guys
[12:52] <sidny4> hmm
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[12:52] <dgh1973> jvai, if you are talking about the foot icon, that
should be a straight forward find replacement icon, not sure which one
you replace but someone here probably does
[12:52] <freebse> dcordes: this is the case, I can not write to my Sony
as well
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[12:52] <sidny4> !grub
[12:52] <ubotu> grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after
installing windows:
- Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos:
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[12:53] <jhasse> Why do inputs in Firefox look so ugly?
[12:53] <dcordes> freebse: you ever tried to write on it with windows?
[12:53] <jvai> dgh: yea, i was playing w/ the dapper live cd last nyte, i
tried to change it, but it wasnt easy, never got it
[12:54] <sidny4> njal, can you see your windows partitions on your IDE
[12:54] <paparucino> i beg your pardon, I'm new for this channel. I've
received, via mailing list, the announcement of the release of 6.10, but
sice one of my disc ceashed I lost the mail. Can someone post me the link
to the site were to download it
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[12:54] <jvai> dgh: i found a link in ubuntuforums to change it, but i'm
on hoary now, i'd loose the link whaen i do a reinstall of dapper
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[12:54] <ancient> !skype
[12:54] <ubotu> skype is To install Skype on Ubuntu, see
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Skype - To record on Skype, check:
[12:55] <jvai> no wait, i sent it to myself on a gmail email.. lol
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[12:55] <compengi> !scp
[12:55] <ubotu> scp is a secure way of copying files across networks
using ssh. Usage: scp filename user@host:filename - winscp is a windows
scp client
[12:55] <njal> sidny4: Erm, I can see the 20GB drive which should contain
a XP install
[12:55] <freebse> dcordes: it does not work either, just with the
software that came with the phone
[12:55] <jvai> i fell n luv w/ the old school look of gnome 2.10...
[12:55] <njal> sidny4: I can't mount it, but it's listed in the gnome
[12:55] <sidny4> ok
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[12:56] <ancient> trying to get my mic to work with skype now, i was told
to go to sound recorder but when i open it says your audio capture
settings are invalid please correct them in multimedia settings, where do
i go from here
[12:56] <n3_o> Hi, does anyone know the command for configuring graphics?
[12:56] <dcordes> freebse: for my samsung flash card it works. that's
what i can't understand. why should windows handle this filesystem and
ubuntu not. i think it is jut a fat32 but there are several configuration
files written onto it by the phone.
[12:56] <n3_o> card
[12:56] <Fastly_> guys, is it possible to get flash working with firefox
in edgy amd64?
[12:56] <n3_o> sudo?
[12:57] <visik7> Fastly_: yes using firefox32bit
[12:57] <Fastly_> ok, thanks
[12:57] <dcordes> n3_o :-) try sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg and
take a look at wiki.ubuntu.com
[12:57] <visik7> Fastly_: or hoping that the guy behind flash 9 will
release a version of flash player for amd64
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[12:57] <freebse> dcordes: try this with the ippd f.ex. ot does write
files in win, but it doesn't with my debian, says fat32
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[12:58] <jvai> i should dl edgy & use that instead of dapper
[12:58] <n3_o> anyone .. know how to config X?
[12:58] <thor> ancient: try double click on the speaker in the gnome
[12:58] <n3_o> is that the command?
[12:58] <n3_o> sudo config x
[12:58] <n3_o> ?
[12:58] <sidny4> njal, do you have the other two OS's installed where you
want them to be?
[12:58] <Fastly_> visik7: surely they must pull their finger out now... i
signed the pertition ;-)
[12:59] <Fastly_> petition sorry
[12:59] <dcordes> n3_o try reading what people tell you
[12:59] <njal> sidny4: I don't know, the whole thing started when i split
the 80GB drive up and decided i needed to allow XP to run fsck to sort
itself out
[12:59] <cafuego> visik7: only if Adobe have one.
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[12:59] <compengi> does ssh work on ubuntu by default or i should install
[12:59] <dcordes> freebse: i didn't really get this what is ippd f.ex. ?
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[12:59] <jvai> how will this gpl3 effect us in ubuntu?
[12:59] <cafuego> and that really depends on how urgly the code is
[12:59] <Fastly_> http://www.petitiononline.com/lin64swf/petition.html
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[01:00] <sidny4> and ever since then you haven't been able to boot into
anything else other than ubuntu?
[01:00] <teknoprep2> with VMware server does it use more the 1 cpu?
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[01:00] <teknoprep2> does it use ALL available CPU's to the HOST os ?
[01:00] <cafuego> teknoprep2: if you have more than one, sure.
[01:00] <freebse> dcordes: ipod for example , ok my fault wasn't
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[01:01] <ancient> I have changed everything to max but it still doesnt
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[01:01] <Wiseguy> hey guys whats the rar utility in synaptic called?
[01:01] <cafuego> teknoprep2: You can tell each vm individually how many
CPUs it can use.
[01:01] <teknoprep2> cafuego, its only showing 1 cpu ... but its HT not
dual cpu... i am buying a dual core dual cpu opteron
[01:01] <AMDfanboy> hi everyone, i run mepis and i want to download the
latest version of lyx
[01:01] <ancient> unrar wiseguy
[01:01] <setrak> hello !
[01:01] <teknoprep2> cafuego, yeah but in vmware server it can only use
up to 2 cpu's per VM
[01:01] <akonkwa> wiseguy , isn't it ark?
[01:01] <setrak> could anyone answer a question about easyubuntu?
[01:01] <setrak> please?
[01:01] <teknoprep2> ask the question setrak
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[01:02] <dcordes> freebse: oh i see i got to look out for a solution
then. copying files via samba worked just fine but now i have no more
windows boxes here
[01:02] <cafuego> teknoprep2: Yeah, if you need higher end performance
you should be paying for it (or use Xen)
[01:02] <DGH> setrak: what's the question?
[01:02] <PowerCat> Can ubuntu help me restore my boot record to using
[01:02] <bluecat9> VanessaE, thx for your help, today
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[01:02] <bluecat9> adios
[01:02] <ancient> it still says audo capture settings are invalid
[01:02] <dcordes> adios amigo
[01:02] <setrak> thanks teknoprep2 : i just installed the last version
from the off website and flash works, sound of divx works but not the
rest that i selected d'u lnow why?
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[01:03] <njal> sidny4: Erm yes, i think so, i only use windows for uni
work, and even then we have to develop in windows and Linux so i need
both, but I don't mind reinstalling on either drive, if i can save the
boot stuff on the sata drive without another install screwing it up
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[01:03] <freebse> dcordes: it has something to do with DRM in the ipod
case... but really I don't know why it is not working in your case
[01:03] <Fastly> does anyone else here find that azureus is broken since
an upgrade to 2.5?
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[01:03] <teknoprep2> setrak, no sorry
[01:03] <thor> PowerCat: are you trying to restore XP?
[01:03] <PowerCat> thor: Yes.
[01:03] <Fastly> Exception in thread "main"
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: memmove
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[01:03] <thor> PowerCat: can you get into XP from grub?
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[01:03] <PowerCat> thor: I want to get ntldr to manage my booting
[01:03] <Syco54645> how can i make numlock on by default when x starts?
[01:03] <PowerCat> thor: grub freezes at boot. i cant boot anymore
[01:03] <user5> ciao
[01:04] <dcordes> freebse: yea my case is really strange. i should call
samsung mobile support and ask them why the hell my flash memory doesn't
work with my linux box :-P
[01:04] <Syco54645> not gnome, but x
[01:04] <user5> how are you there
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[01:04] <ancient> cant get my mic to work on skyper foer the life of me
[01:04] <PowerCat> thor: I dont have a floppy and my HD is sata.
[01:04] <setrak> DGH : any idea?
[01:04] <DGH> setrak: if easyubuntu give you problems try automatix, it's
another good utility for that. Automatix2 is better to, a bit more like
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[01:04] <sidny4> njal, I'd probably reinstall everything, starting with
windows, and with ubuntu last, GRUB should auto install and automatically
set up everything for you
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[01:04] <thor> PowerCat: well, you just killed my idea <smile>
[01:04] <setrak> DGH thanx ill try that
[01:04] <dcordes> freebse: the strange thing is that nautilus says the
files are written and it also takes its time but they're just empty
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[01:04] <DGH> setrak: would depend upon what else you selected, I've only
used easyubuntu once or twice, not too familiar with it, sorry
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[01:05] <njal> sidny4: there's no way to leave the drive as it is and
just reinstall the other OS's?
[01:05] <PowerCat> thor: any hints for me?
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[01:05] <DGH> !automatix
[01:05] <ubotu> Automatix is an unsupported script that tries to automate
the installation of some software. We don't provide support for it in the
#ubuntu or #kubuntu channels, try #automatix thanks!
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[01:05] <jvai> which should i install 1st? easyubuntu or chkrootkit?
[01:05] <dcordes> anyways got to go. laters
[01:05] <woland_> how can i install an SMP kernel on an ubuntu machine
with no net access? is there a dpkg?
[01:05] <freebse> dcordes: ya do it, it can be fun, but they son't know
either, and fun for 0.49ct or even higher per minute
[01:05] <sidny4> well, the other os's will install their bootloader
[01:05] <woland_> (i dont want to install the devel tools)
[01:06] <sidny4> and I have yet to install windows without it taking over
the MBR
[01:06] <thor> PowerCat: nothing other than booting off a floppy and
restoring via fdisk, which I don't think will work with sata
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[01:06] <sidny4> then again, I guess I haven't tried to do that
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[01:06] <DGH> woland_: there should be one off the cd, what arch?
[01:06] <sidny4> haha
[01:06] <jvai> easyubuntu 1st, then chkrootkit 2nd
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[01:06] <njal> sidny4: What about simply reinstalling the bootloader on
the sata drive?
[01:07] <music_man_nz> Under manage 3rd Party software I have installed
"Autopackage Software Installed (GTK+) and the Remove button is disabled
with the message "You must have the system password to uninstall this
package" - how can I remove it please?
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[01:07] <woland_> DGH, i386. i installed using the regular install CD but
i've been left with a kernel that only supports 1 CPU
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[01:07] <sidny4> njal, that could work too, I don't remember the the
command to reinstall gnome off hand
[01:07] <sidny4> erm, grub
[01:07] <njal> grub-install perchance?
[01:07] <DGH> woland_: if it's intel you should be able to install the
linux-image-686 package to get smp support
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[01:08] <music_man_nz> anyone?
=== njal just can't remember how to use grub-install properly
[01:08] <sidny4> sounds framiliar
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[01:08] <woland_> DGH, shouldn't the install CD have of installed that?
[01:08] <DGH> woland_: if it's amd try linux-image-k7
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[01:08] <woland_> DGH, i have 4 PIII's in the box
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[01:08] <DGH> woland_: i think it gives you the vanilla 386 kernel to
start with, it may be on the cd but may not have been installed
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[01:09] <woland_> DGH, have you got a link to the package?
[01:09] <DGH> woland_: right, so try to install linux-image-686 using the
CD as a repo
[01:09] <DGH> hang on...
[01:09] <ancient> can anyone help me tyring to get microphone to work
with skype
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[01:09] <wil`yum> VanessaE, DGH - i got my sound fixed...thanks for the
[01:09] <music_man_nz> would anyone be able to help?
[01:09] <VanessaE> good deal
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[01:10] <franklin> I have a external hard drive that is hfs+, and I'd
like to write to it from my dapper drake machine. is this possible?
[01:10] <cafuego> woland_: it should end up fetching linux-image-2.6.15-
27-686 from an online repository,. That kernel also does SMP, so it
should see all CPUs once that's booted.
[01:10] <Fastly> does anyone here know what packing would include:
[01:10] <woland_> cafuego, it doesn't have net access
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[01:11] <cafuego> woland_: a usb stick is your best friend ;-)
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[01:11] <njal> franklin: if you have hfs built into the kernel, yes
[01:11] <ancient> anyone able to help me with skyper not working in terms
of my microphone, everything else works, calling and i can hear the other
[01:11] <music_man_nz> So I guess I can't remove it...?
[01:11] <woland_> will ubuntu support
sbout&Product_Code=7461-7&Category_Code=penis_enlargers ?
[01:12] <cafuego> ancient: Check the input settings in the mixer (double-
click the volume icon in the panel)
[01:12] <franklin> njal: built into my ubuntu kernal?
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[01:12] <ancient> it is all set to max
[01:12] <devilz> can someone help me set apache2 and php5 together?
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[01:12] <devilz> i installed both packages
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[01:12] <c|int> who needs help with nvidia
[01:12] <music_man_nz> devilz - get XAMPP
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[01:12] <cafuego> woland_: Not currently (but it's a bit offtopic here
[01:13] <c|int> hello all
[01:13] <rbil> ancient, some mics require mic boost ... add that within
amixer and use it if it's there
[01:13] <woland_> cafuego, thats a shame
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[01:13] <devilz> music_man_nz: what is that
[01:13] <cafuego> devilz: 'sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-php5'
[01:13] <njal> franklin: Yes, the correct drivers
[01:13] <c|int> just woke up, and have to work tonight, new job... floor
staff, / security at strip club downtown lol :-)
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[01:13] <ancient> rbil micboost?
[01:13] <woland_> it's on mark shuttleworths want list
[01:13] <devilz> cafuego: i did
[01:13] <music_man_nz> devilz: It is a package with PHP5, MYSQL, Apache
[01:13] <music_man_nz> You can get it for Linux - LAMPP
[01:13] <jackson> hey. I forgot to unmount my flash drive before
unplugging it and now it's broken. I've tried formatting it and creating
a disklabel in GParted but I can't manage to fix it. I even tried
formatting it in WinXP to no avail. any ideas?
[01:14] <cafuego> woland_: if it's USB it might not be too hard to write
drivers, but the protocol is likely proprietary.
[01:14] <rbil> ancient, if your soundcard driver has the capability it
can be added to amixer
[01:14] <jvai> is network manager in dapper by default? or is it in the
uni/multiunivrese repos?
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[01:14] <ancient> but how
[01:14] <devilz> music_man_nz: i have everything
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[01:14] <music_man_nz> ok
[01:14] <devilz> now i need what to add into httpd.conf and stuff like
[01:14] <cafuego> devilz: Then it should all be installed and set up - in
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[01:14] <cafuego> devilz: 'sudo a2enmod php5; sudo apache2ctl graceful'
=== c|int is working with edgy eft, btw.. if anyone is using eft.. just
let me know... so maybe we can share information, and work together, like
the team should :-)... and then theres books too
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[01:14] <woland_> cafuego, will linux-image-2.6.15-27-686 have
[01:14] <jvai> !network-manager
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[01:14] <rbil> open the mixer settings, then Edit .. Preferences and see
whether you have such a thing
[01:14] <ubotu> networkmanager is an application to make (wireless)
networking Just Work. See
[01:14] <ancient> ah rbil done it
[01:14] <ancient> i will try it now
[01:15] <BlueKnight> yay, I got it to start the nic on boot now...
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[01:15] <BlueKnight> does anyone know of a package like WebMin or Plesk
that is in the repository?
[01:15] <music_man_nz> What is the command for root explorer?
[01:15] <sidny4> people are so unhappy, sorry, at work providing over-
the-phone support, miss anyting?
[01:15] <jvai> ty ubotu
[01:15] <cafuego> woland_: initramfs-tools, coreutils, fileutils, module-
[01:15] <devilz> enabled and loaded cafuego
[01:15] <cosmodad> has anyone else experienced weird network card
breakdowns since dapper upgrade? Sometimes when NFS traffic is high, out
of a sudden I cannot use the network at all unless I ifdown/ifup eth0
(using tg3 module).
[01:15] <cafuego> woland_: ... they should all be present already anyway.
[01:16] <woland_> cafuego, are they in base?
[01:16] <c|int> for the most part ubotu, for broadcom dumb butt, ya have
to throw firmware in /lib/firmware/ then modprode it :)
[01:16] <cafuego> devilz: you're all set then.
[01:16] <clearzen> Is madwifi included by default with edgy?
[01:16] <jackson> hey. I forgot to unmount my flash drive before
unplugging it and now it's broken. I've tried formatting it and creating
a disklabel in GParted but I can't manage to fix it. I even tried
formatting it in WinXP to no avail. any ideas?
[01:16] <franklin> njal: How do I know if I've got the drivers for hfs+?
[01:16] <c|int> and ubotu, I"m going compile that, wifi radar, it will
help it way better than what the network manager can
[01:16] <cafuego> clearzen: in the restricted-modules-$(uname -r) package
[01:16] <c|int> :-)
[01:16] <devilz> cafuego: nice, but why i cant see php site in localhost?
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[01:16] <woland_> jackson, bin it
[01:16] <cafuego> franklin: it's called 'hfsplus'
[01:16] <c|int> clearzen: , what you tyrin to do?
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[01:16] <sidny4> !ubotu
[01:16] <ubotu> I am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain
at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl Usage info:
[01:16] <cafuego> devilz: firefiox spitting out a .php file?
[01:16] <VanessaE> jackson: see if you can re-partition it using cfdisk
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[01:16] <jackson> woland_ what does that mean?
[01:16] <devilz> and my httpd.conf is empty
[01:17] <c|int> all knowin my butt ;P
[01:17] <devilz> cafuego: i guess?
[01:17] <c|int> ^_^
[01:17] <clearzen> c|int: I just bought a d-link wna-2330 card and it is
supported by default by madwifi
[01:17] <c|int> oh okay
[01:17] <cafuego> devilz: Yeh, it's done in a module-sepecific cfg file
(see /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/)
[01:17] <jvai> jackson, try to reboot, it's a neccesary evil for me &
this bootleg radioshack scandisk, i dont no why it's like that
[01:17] <clearzen> c|int: so i'm trying to get it to work
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[01:17] <njal> franklin: You would have to have a look in to your kernel
with make menuconfig and even then you would need the kernel source, I
don't know much about it after that, any kernel i played with broke
[01:17] <cafuego> devilz: Just empty the firefix cache and restart it -
should be right.
[01:17] <c|int> I had my deals , with my wireless, and my new notebook
back in October, of 2005, let me tell ya, I didnt' get wireless working
til spring of 2006 lol
[01:18] <devilz> cafuego: ok
[01:18] <c|int> I was busy with, hacking vista, and other things on
windows, xp :)
[01:18] <cafuego> c|int: Well, the driver wasn't functional until then,
so that's not surprising.
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[01:18] <devilz> cafuego: is that ok if my httpd.conf is empty? i just
have loadmodule php5..
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[01:18] <BlueKnight> does anyone know of a package like WebMin or Plesk
that is in the repository?
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[01:18] <clearzen> c|int: the mad wifi drivers will allow monitor mode
[01:18] <c|int> what build.. are you using from ubuntu< Or?
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[01:19] <jackson> VanessaE: when I try to sudo cfdisk /dev/sdc (the
drive) it gives me a fatal error: cannot read drive. the drive shows up
in GParted
[01:19] <xipietotec> uhh....I think I have too many files in
pixmaps...it's not loading them all through the configuration tool
[01:19] <xipietotec> (like when you want to associate a custom icon)
[01:19] <thor> BlueKnight: what are you trying to admin?
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[01:19] <music_man_nz> ok well i guess i'll find out myself
[01:19] <music_man_nz> sigh
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[01:19] <VanessaE> jackson: does it bomb out entirely? or does it
mention starting with a zero partition table?
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[01:20] <c|int> I havn't got into the new cards yet, I'm waiting for
802.11 n to be stable, and implemented for support in ubuntu , etc
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[01:20] <LjL> i have a USB IRDA port and it shows up as /dev/ttyUSB0 when
i plug it in. however, i'd like proper IrCOMM, but /dev/ircomm0 doesn't
quite work (actually, hangs programs that try accessing it, mostly), even
after running /etc/init.d/irda-utils (which runs irattach on
[01:20] <c|int> on my laptop.. I just got the broadcom, 802.11 b/g
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[01:21] <VanessaE> jackson: try cfdisk -z /dev/sdc
[01:21] <RunWithScissor> I have a minor problem. I've downloaded the
Firefox 2.0 tar.gz, and I'm wondering where I put everything so it
becomes my default browser (instead of Firefox 1.5)?
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[01:21] <VanessaE> see if that works (it's worth a shot!)
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[01:22] <tonyb2006> happy mayhem day eve eve!
[01:22] <tonyb2006> (yes two eves)
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[01:22] <caonex> /j #beryl
[01:22] <jackson> VenessaE: no it just bombs out entirely. cfdisk -z
returns the same thing
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[01:23] <VanessaE> crap
[01:23] <maxflax> what the heck is a MCA bus?
[01:23] <Leone> hey anyone can help me with my internet connection?'
[01:23] <c|int> anyone here, working with edgy eft..
[01:23] <c|int> latest build, etc.
[01:23] <jackson> VanessaE: also in GParted it's recognized as the 2gb
drive which it is
[01:23] <LjL> !edgy | c|int
[01:23] <ubotu> c|int: edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[01:23] <VanessaE> ok, maybe your system is confused about whether the
drive is even plugged in. Can I assume you've already rebooted since you
accidentically unplugged it?
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[01:24] <LjL> maxflax:
[01:24] <maxflax> VanessaE, u know what MCA bus is and do I need it in my
[01:24] <jackson> VanessaE: yep. I've rebooted and then plugged it in
again, rebooted with it plugged in. neither one works
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[01:24] <c|int> yeah, I know lol.. oh okay, so ubuntu+1, thanks ubotu,
and you LjL, for triggering him :)
[01:24] <c|int> or her :)
[01:24] <VanessaE> MCE is MicroChannel Architecture....oollllllddds stuff
[01:24] <VanessaE> like PC/Jr era I think
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[01:24] <VanessaE> er, MCA..
[01:24] <maxflax> LjL, Do I need it in my kernel?
[01:24] <rbil> VanessaE, yes it goes back to then :-)
[01:25] <LjL> maxflax: no
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[01:25] <cliebow_> .join #ltsp
[01:25] <maxflax> LjL, cool.. so it's like the support for ISA bus.. that
dissaperd along time ago.. lol
[01:25] <VanessaE> basically.
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[01:26] <LjL> maxflax, no, ISA stayed for much longer than MCA. a 1.2GHz
machine i have has ISA still.
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[01:26] <LjL> (and i hate not being able to use my AWE64 ISA card
[01:26] <cliebow_> s
[01:26] <KeffoX> fresh install, apt-get says "Unknown error executing
gpgv".. ?
[01:26] <rbil> MCA was better than ISA, but was proprietary to IBM
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[01:27] <VanessaE> jackson: ok, well it sounds like it's totally hosed.
[01:27] <Leone> anyone can help me ? i cant connect to internet, look
here if u wanna help me
[01:27] <VanessaE> sorry :(
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[01:27] <VanessaE> can you verify that your USB (or whatever) port is
still good?
[01:27] <jackson> VanessaE: dang. I was hoping it wasn't. thanks though
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[01:28] <maxflax> the kernel is bloated with uneccisary modules and
stuff.. I've removed many many modules. gonna be intresting how it
perfoms after comjpiling.. and how long the compile will take.. 1-2hours
.. :)
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[01:28] <goofey> is there a way to find out what package created a file?
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[01:28] <godtvisken> Is there an official Firefox 2 package for ubuntu?
[01:28] <LjL> goofey: dpkg -S file
[01:28] <goofey> LjL: thank you
[01:29] <LjL> godtvisken: no
[01:29] <maxflax> Leone, I see u typing.. I think that u can connect to
internet.. :) lol just kiddng
[01:29] <VanessaE> max: remember, don't expect a large performance boost.
[01:29] <Leone> maxflax, i am in life cd
[01:29] <Leone> not good joke
[01:29] <godtvisken> LjL: why not?
[01:29] <LjL> maxflax: and on the other hand, do expect lack of automatic
security fixes ;)
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[01:30] <maxflax> Leone, it's late.. all my jokes are bad at this hour :)
[01:30] <LjL> godtvisken: because there isn't one. heck, when did it come
out? yesterday?
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[01:30] <Leone> i see
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[01:30] <Leone> so shut up
[01:30] <Leone> lol
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[01:30] <jackson> VanessaE: yeah. I've tried it in my (working) mouse's
USB port and everything
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[01:30] <RunWithScissor> godtvisken: It was released today. I just
downloaded the tar.gz, trying to put everything in the right place.
[01:30] <mitch_> Does anyone know if it's possible for me to disable
certain apps from loading on boot? Daemons, etc etc.
[01:30] <VanessaE> ok..
[01:30] <KeffoX> Anyone know why gpgv fails?
[01:30] <VanessaE> now this is just a normal drive inside the enclosure
[01:31] <godtvisken> RunWithScissor: Oh ok, I thought it was released
sooner. Do you go to LL, btw?
[01:31] <VanessaE> try ripping the disk out and putting it directly in
your box
[01:31] <desi> whats wrong with this
[01:31] <desi> shiv@ubuntu:~$ sudo chmod 700 ~/.gnome2/nautilus-
[01:31] <desi> chmod: cannot access `/home/shiv/.gnome2/nautilus-
scripts/*.*': No such file or directory
[01:31] <maxflax> LjL, u mean security of the kernel.. I still can
download stuff via apt ?
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[01:31] <VanessaE> it's prolly just a normal IDE disk
[01:31] <LjL> maxflax: not kernel fixes.
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[01:32] <harisund> Does anyone know of a good VPN solution? I want to
access my subnet at home from outside. What is the best
[01:32] <maxflax> LjL, ok... I can live with that.. I can recompile the
kernel when I want the new modules
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[01:32] <thor> harisund: are you running linux at home?
[01:32] <jackson> VanessaE: mkay. no reason not to, I suppose
[01:32] <harisund> thor Indeed!
[01:32] <VanessaE> *nod*
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[01:33] <Digit0> HI
[01:33] <thor> harisund: open one port on the linux box...a weird one
like 54987
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[01:33] <RunWithScissor> harisund: I'm new to Ubuntu, but in previous
distros I used shorewall to do that.
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[01:33] <dontbanme> question: I'm dist-upgrading to edgy and synaptic
wants to remove ubuntu-desktop, is that normal?
[01:33] <thor> harisund: then run sshd off that port.
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[01:33] <harisund> thor yes, I am doing that.
[01:33] <VanessaE> if nothing else you might still be able to use that
extra 160GB or whatever it was
[01:33] <setrak> hello guys !
[01:33] <thor> harisund: you can ssh -x to that port...that puts you in
the linux box
[01:33] <rag> please ls /usr/src/linux is empty, why?
[01:33] <setrak> hard to start on ubuntu !
[01:34] <harisund> thor I have plenty of services running on my Ubuntu
boxes here. .. I can' keep opening ports on my router .. well, I could
but that kind of defeats the purpose
[01:34] <rag> where is kernel on ubuntu?
[01:34] <Digit0> mi systems have decided to make updatedb's regularly
[01:34] <setrak> how can I read a divx?
[01:34] <harisund> those Yes, I am familiar with what you are seeing and
that is the short term solution I am adopting now.
[01:34] <thor> harisund:no no....your router only has one open
port.....to one box
[01:34] <Digit0> how can I change this ?
[01:34] <Wiseguy> hey guys has anyone installed E17 from the cvs repo?
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[01:34] <c|int> okay awesome guys
[01:34] <maxflax> VanessaE, do I need support for PCI hotplug? cab't
imagine that I will remove pci cards during the computer running
[01:34] <preaction> !restricted-formats
[01:34] <harisund> thor Yes, I understand what you are saying. What I am
saying is that my equirements are more than just the SSH port.
[01:34] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about restricted-formats -
try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[01:34] <VanessaE> nope
[01:34] <c|int> I installed the xchm, and viewing chm book np.. :)))
[01:34] <VanessaE> you probably don't have PCI hotplug
[01:34] <rag> please, where is kernel on ubuntu?
[01:35] <LjL> !restrictedformats
[01:35] <ubotu> For multimedia issues, this page has useful information:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also
http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html -
But please use free formats if you can:
[01:35] <harisund> rag what do you mean where is kernel?
[01:35] <harisund> rag what do you want to do?
[01:35] <rag> harisund: locate kernel
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almost maybe 1,000 in pdf form.. however, can work with converting, just
was too busy :)
[01:35] <thor> harisund: you can open more than one port...but every port
you open increases the security risk
[01:35] <rag> harisund: ls /usr/src/linux is empty for me
[01:35] <harisund> thor which is precisely why I want a VPN solution
[01:35] <harisund> rag yes, UBuntu doesn't ship with the kernel sources
by default
[01:36] <c|int> LjL:
[01:36] <dontbanme> question: I'm dist-upgrading to edgy and synaptic
wants to remove ubuntu-desktop, is that normal?
[01:36] <cafuego> rag: You need to install the kernel headers if you want
to compile 3rd aprty modules. (or the whole source tree)
[01:36] <rag> harisund, not is like gentoo
[01:36] <c|int> you stilll around?
[01:36] <harisund> rag you will have to download it .. I believe the
sources are called linux-source-$(uname -r) or something like that.
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[01:36] <Leone> http://paste.debian.net/15493 , i cant connect to
internet , anyone can help me please!!
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[01:36] <thor> harisund: right...the way I set my home network up I had
total access to all my linux and windows boxes, via 'ssh -x'
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[01:36] <rag> harisund, aptitude install linux-sources-`uname -r`is ok?
[01:36] <Digit0> my system have decided to make updatedb's regularly
[01:36] <yacoob> ...release on Thursday? :0
[01:36] <harisund> rag in gentoo you get the sources by default. Not so
in UBuntu. You will have ot download it manually
[01:36] <Digit0> how can I change this ?
[01:37] <yacoob> s/0/)/
[01:37] <rag> harisund, ah ok
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[01:37] <Chippy> does anyone know how to get firefox to register certain
mouse buttons as forward and backwards?
[01:37] <rag> harisund, aptitude install linux-sources-`uname -r`is ok?
[01:37] <harisund> rag I am not sure. Just search before hand. use
aptitude search sources | grep linux or something like that.
[01:37] <VanessaE> Leone, you need to load the driver for your network
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[01:37] <harisund> rag it should be. If it errors out, try searching for
it. Else use a GUI tool like Synaptic
[01:38] <VanessaE> or wait, strike that
[01:38] <VanessaE> (misread)
[01:38] <Leone> VanessaE, its loaded
[01:38] <VanessaE> ifconfig -a
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[01:38] <rag> harisund, thx try it
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[01:38] <VanessaE> (-->pastebin)
[01:38] <dontbanme> question: I'm dist-upgrading to edgy and synaptic
wants to remove ubuntu-desktop, is that normal?
[01:38] <Leone> VanessaE, there say
[01:38] <Leone> http://paste.debian.net/15493
[01:38] <jrib> dontbanme no not really
[01:38] <Leone> u can prove that the drivers are loaaded
[01:39] <Chippy> does anyone know how to get firefox to register certain
mouse buttons as forward and backwards?
[01:39] <dontbanme> hrmm....
[01:39] <VanessaE> Leone: I need ifconfig -a
[01:39] <c|int> anyone here, want to work with me, with reverse
engineering ubuntu edgy
[01:39] <c|int> just let me know
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[01:39] <jrib> Chippy: I use xbindkeys to make the mouse buttons emit
alt+left and alt+right
[01:39] <devilz> can someone help me with phpBB and apache?
[01:39] <Chippy> jrib: okay thanks
[01:40] <jrib> Chippy: reverse engineering ubuntu edgy? edgy is open
source :P What do you mean?
[01:40] <dontbanme> c|int: what's there to reverse engineer? it's fully
open source
[01:40] <rag> harisund: linux-images? this package?
[01:40] <c|int> ;)
[01:40] <Chippy> jrib: wrong person :)
[01:40] <dontbanme> other than the non-free drivers
[01:40] <KeffoX> Again, does anyone have any idea why GPGV fails??
[01:40] <jrib> yeah... :/
[01:40] <rag> harisund: linux-image? this package?
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[01:40] <cafuego> KeffoX: are you missing the public key?
[01:40] <harisund> rag no, I think it is called linux-sources- or linux-
[01:40] <setrak> Hi people ! I have the easiest question in the world :
how come I can't write or paste anything into my terminal when it's
asking for my password?
[01:40] <cafuego> linux-source-$(uname -r) or linux-headers-$(uname -r)
[01:41] <KeffoX> cafuego: You tell me.. It's a fresh install (xubuntu),
haven't done anything yet
[01:41] <setrak> If u could please help me, it blocks me for anything..
[01:41] <cafuego> setrak: You can and are, it just not echoing it back to
[01:41] <KeffoX> cafuego: I have two keys (ftp & cd)
[01:41] <cafuego> KeffoX: is gnupg installed?
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[01:41] <livingtm> im having trouble with the edgy amd64 iso. ive
downloaded and burned it three times, but i keep getting wierd timeout
errors after i select install or verify disk
[01:41] <KeffoX> cafuego: initially bzip2 says stdin is not bzip2 vaild
[01:41] <dontbanme> jrib: so, why might Synaptic tell me that it needs to
remove ubuntu-desktop? I don't think I have any weird apps that would
conflict with it
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[01:42] <cafuego> KeffoX: broken package list maybe
[01:42] <jrib> dontbanme: how are you using synaptic to upgrade?
[01:42] <KeffoX> cafuego: no, I've verified, restored, etc a couple of
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[01:42] <cafuego> anyways, i need to run
[01:42] <livingtm> my old dapper i386 iso seems to work fine though
[01:42] <Leone> how can i see the groups?
[01:42] <dontbanme> jrib: "mark all upgrades" in smart upgrade mode
[01:42] <myflugel> im a total noob at linux and have a question on how to
install java plugin in firefox
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[01:43] <rag> harisund: ok , i have here linux-source-2.6.15 , but uname
-r command return 2.6.15-26-386
[01:43] <harisund> I guess you have the latest sources only.
[01:43] <jrib> dontbanme: I see, well I would recommend using apt-get
instead after updating sources.list. Then if you still have problems,
pastebin the output
[01:44] <harisund> The -26-386 is just another revision for the 386
architecture. So I guess you have the latest sources.
[01:44] <Leone> how can i see the users groups?1
[01:44] <VanessaE> id
[01:44] <plan> nai
[01:44] <harisund> Now you should find a .tar.bz2 file in /usr/src.. you
can extract that.
[01:44] <jrib> Leone: the 'groups' command
[01:44] <dontbanme> jrib: apt reports the same thing
[01:44] <harisund> rag ^^
[01:44] <plan> HELLO EVERYONE
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[01:44] <myflugel> hi
[01:44] <harisund> Is anybody here familiar with OpenVPN here? At all?
[01:44] <myflugel> im a total noob at linux and have a question on how to
install java plugin in firefox
[01:44] <jrib> dontbanme: pastebin all the output
[01:44] <Leone> jrib, i cant see
[01:45] <jrib> Leone: what do you mean?
[01:45] <rag> harisund: and then install it?
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[01:45] <Leone> to see the users and the groups
[01:45] <rag> harisund: install it without risk?
[01:45] <VanessaE> Leone: id
[01:45] <VanessaE> that shows all groups a user is in
[01:45] <jrib> Leone: type 'groups' in a terminal, or 'id' as others have
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[01:46] <VanessaE> as in, id leone
[01:46] <myflugel> im a total noob at linux and have a question on how to
install java plugin in firefox? anyone? or give me a link
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[01:46] <jrib> ubotu: tell myflugel about java
[01:46] <XVampireX> !java5-plugin
[01:46] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about java5-plugin - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[01:46] <XVampireX> !info java5-plugin
[01:47] <dcstimm> do you guys know what initrd file the shutdown files
are read from the one in /boot/initrd.gz or the one on the root of the cd
in /casper?
[01:47] <ubotu> Package java5-plugin does not exist in any distro I know
[01:47] <XVampireX> hmm
[01:47] <jrib> XVampireX: you need sun- at the beginning iirc
[01:47] <XVampireX> !java
[01:47] <dcstimm> for the livecd
[01:47] <ubotu> To install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime
install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository
[01:47] <toby> Chippy: try mouse gestures not quite the same but close
[01:47] <toby> Chippy: right click move left=back etc
[01:47] <dontbanme> jrib: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28170/
[01:47] <dcstimm> do you guys know what initrd file the shutdown files
are read from the one in /boot/initrd.gz or the one on the root of the cd
in /casper? for the livecd?
[01:47] <XVampireX> myflugel, there
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[01:47] <myflugel> ok i will read it now
[01:47] <myflugel> thankx
[01:47] <Vich|Away> omfg
[01:47] <Vich|Away> he who must not be named
[01:47] <dontbanme> jrib: your thoughts?
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[01:48] <dontbanme> rans?
[01:48] <maxflax> whats is a ATM network?
[01:48] <XVampireX> he who must be named
[01:48] <jrib> dontbanme: "interesting" atm
[01:48] <anp> hi all. after the upgrade from 6.10 beta to the current
version, i get   "package has no field Python-Version" when try to dpkg -
r k3d. anyone can help ?
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[01:48] <XVampireX> At the moment network :P Just kidding
[01:48] <dontbanme> jrib: ?
[01:48] <poningru> !grub
[01:48] <Vich> yeah, XVampireX
[01:48] <ubotu> grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after
installing windows:
- Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos:
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[01:48] <Vich> a limitation of irc
[01:48] <Vich> lol
[01:48] <Vich> and now it's Gandalf
[01:48] <Leone> i wanna se the gruops of the users in the sesion how can
i do it
[01:48] <Vich> what is this?
[01:48] <Vich> the fantasy film convention?
[01:49] <gandalf> ?
[01:49] <Chippy> jrib: in xbindkeys how do you bind a button to do other
buttons? the examples only have it running programs etc
[01:49] <plan> who here recently switched to Linux?
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[01:49] <gandalf> Who are you and what is Vich?
[01:49] <toby> Chippy: try mouse gestures extension
[01:49] <Vich> I am Vich
[01:49] <Vich> and I am Vich
[01:49] <jrib> Chippy: "/usr/bin/xvkbd -xsendevent -text "\[Alt_L]
\[Left] ""    <-- this will run the svkbd command so you will need to
ahve it installed
[01:49] <gandalf> BItch
[01:49] <Vich> no
[01:49] <Vich> with a V
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[01:49] <Vich> and no t
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[01:49] <gandalf> later
[01:49] <jrib> dontbanme: you have a backup?
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[01:50] <blackmanheartiez> THIS IS HOW MUCH WE LAUGH AT LILO LOL LILO
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[01:50] <jrib> !ops
[01:50] <blackmanheartiez> THIS IS HOW MUCH WE LAUGH AT LILO LOL LILO
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[01:50] <ubotu> Help! Keybuk, mdz, Amaranth, tritium, ajmitch, crimsun,
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[01:50] <LjL> !help
[01:50] <blackmanheartiez> THIS IS HOW MUCH WE LAUGH AT LILO LOL LILO
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[01:50] <ubotu> I am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain
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[01:50] <LoRez> Warning: `blackmanheartiez' seems to be spamming, please
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[01:50] <blackmanheartiez> THIS IS HOW MUCH WE LAUGH AT LILO LOL LILO
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[01:50] <blackmanheartiez> THIS IS HOW MUCH WE LAUGH AT LILO LOL LILO
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[01:50] <Vich> lol
[01:50] <dontbanme> jrib: yes
[01:50] <LjL> did i actually type !help?
[01:50] <mitch_> Whoa.
[01:50] <jvai> who broke the damn
[01:50] <VanessaE> WTF??
[01:50] <Vich> someone should ban him
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[01:50] <blackmanheartiez> HY
[01:50] <Vich> BAN
[01:50] <blackmanheartiez> NO
[01:50] <myflugel> i downloaded the java5 file and its a .bin HOW to run
it? sry i'm noob
[01:50] <VanessaE> gevalt!
[01:50] <blackmanheartiez> THIS IS HOW MUCH WE LAUGH AT LILO LOL LILO
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[01:50] <Vich> lol, there's no ops in here
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[01:50] <Chippy> jrib: awesome thanks
[01:50] <poningru> ...
[01:50] <jrib> myflugel: read the wiki, that is not the best way to
install java
[01:50] <poningru> !ops
[01:50] <Vich> how do people get banned>
[01:50] <ubotu> Help! Keybuk, mdz, Amaranth, tritium, ajmitch, crimsun,
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[01:50] <VanessaE> give it up, blackmanheartiez
[01:50] <blackmanheartiez> THIS IS HOW MUCH WE LAUGH AT LILO LOL LILO
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[01:50] <XVampireX> !ops
[01:50] <VanessaE> that shit doesn't mean anything to us.
[01:50] <LjL> LoRez: kline please!
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[01:51] <myflugel> jrib: what wiki?
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[01:51] <Vich> LOL
[01:51] <jvai> snap i cant swiiin
[01:51] <secretlondon> gnaa :(
[01:51] <Comrade_S> idiots
[01:51] <Vich> the ops stay hidden lol
[01:51] <poningru> !grub
[01:51] <ubotu> grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after
installing windows:
- Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos:
[01:51] <Vich> clever
[01:51] <jrib> myflugel: did you get a private message from ubotu?
[01:51] <LjL> !traffic
[01:51] <ubotu> NOTICE - There is a lot of traffic in this channel at the
moment. Please try to keep your sentences into a single message, avoid
repeating the same question multiple times, use http://paste.ubuntu-
nl.org for pasting, and join the #ubuntu-offtopic channel for anything
that is not Ubuntu support. Thank you for your understanding!
[01:51] <myflugel> jrin: now i see it
[01:51] <jrib> dontbanme: I would dist-upgrade and then try to install
ubuntu-desktop afterwards, and then dist-upgrade again
[01:51] <VanessaE> and besides... I use lilo and I like it,
thankyouverymuch :)
[01:52] <XVampireX> VanessaE, they mean the founder of this network
[01:52] <dontbanme> jrib: ok, I was just wondering
[01:52] <VanessaE> ohhh
[01:52] <secretlondon> who recently died
[01:52] <myflugel> ok thnx
[01:52] <VanessaE> that's right, I remember now
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[01:52] <secretlondon> he mentioned that he was from gnaa - they are a
well known trolling org
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[01:52] <secretlondon> so just ignore
[01:52] <VanessaE> yep I know, seen plenty of their crap on /.
[01:52] <jrib> dontbanme: it shouldn't cause too much trouble, it just
won't be as smoot
[01:52] <jrib> smooth even
[01:53] <LjL> right, let's just be back to ubuntu support please
[01:53] <jvai> hoary will die next teusday... (sniff)
[01:53] <mitch_> Whoa.
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[01:53] <mitch_> Does anyone know if it's possible for me to disable
certain apps from loading on boot? Daemons, etc etc.
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[01:53] <secretlondon> jvai: time to upgrade :)
[01:53] <dontbanme> ##windows' topic still says RIP lilo - been a while
[01:53] <XVampireX> maybe ban the word gnaa?
[01:53] <jrib> mitch_: system > administration > services
[01:53] <jvai> lmao.. i kno.. tonyte, when i get home
[01:53] <secretlondon> xvampireX: they'd just workround
[01:53] <dontbanme> VanessaE: really? they're usually at 0 or -1, so I
haven't seen a lot of GNAA
[01:53] <VanessaE> mitch: remove the symlinks from /etc/rc2.d for the
entries you want to leave out
[01:53] <plan> will it cause me trouble if I install KDE in Ubuntu and
use both?
[01:53] <mitch_> jrib, That stops things like cupd, hplips etc
[01:53] <LjL> plan: no
[01:53] <VanessaE> (assuming your default runlevel is 2)
[01:53] <jvai> how will this gpl3 effect us in ubuntu?
[01:53] <XVampireX> oh well
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[01:53] <dontbanme> edgy CDs not shipping :-(
[01:54] <jrib> mitch_: yes, those should be options
[01:54] <XVampireX> jvai, it won't
[01:54] <LjL> jvai: good question for #ubuntu-offtopic
[01:54] <jvai> ok
[01:54] <mitch_> jrib: Thank you sir.
[01:54] <VanessaE> dontbanme, yeah I know, but sometimes I feel a little
masochistic and read at -1 :)
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[01:54] <XVampireX> jvai, linux kernel won't be using GPLv3
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[01:54] <jvai> thank gtod!
[01:54] <dontbanme> jvai: it'll have no effect unless the packages use
GPLv3, which I don't expect a lot of people to do
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[01:54] <setrak> Thank you guys : easiest way is still gstreamer to play
restricted formats
[01:55] <livingtm> has anyone successfully installed using the edgy
[01:55] <LjL> !edgy > livingtm
[01:55] <jvai> but what about the othr software, like the DE's &
underlying sw
[01:55] <ProTeus4> hello, I am trying to setup a dhcpd server and get the
error No subnet declaration for eth0 ( So far I have been trying
to use the guide on easylinux. Anyone think they can help?
[01:55] <jvai> riiight
[01:55] <livingtm> amd 64 iso that is
=== dontbanme never personally understood the need for any GPL, but...
(stopping to avoid flamewars)
[01:55] <XVampireX> !dhcp
[01:55] <ubotu> dhcp: DHCP server for automatic IP address assignment. In
component universe, is optional. Version 2.0pl5-19.4 (dapper), package
size 107 kB, installed size 304 kB
[01:55] <XVampireX> !dhcpd
[01:55] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about dhcpd - try searching
on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
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[01:55] <XVampireX> ah
[01:55] <VanessaE> too late *fires up flamethrower*
[01:55] <VanessaE> :)
[01:56] <Dr_willis> Read an artocal about the GPL3 from the 'kernel
developers' point of view just today.
[01:56] <anp> hi all. after the upgrade from 6.10 beta to the current
version, i get   "package has no field Python-Version" when try to dpkg -
r k3d. anyone can help ?
[01:56] <jvai> i kinda think the gpl is what's stopping ms from outright
bying linux, & the fact that no1 owns linux
[01:56] <sophacles> hi all. i have dapper installed on one of my
computers, and i am wondering how to set it up to use fluxbox as my main
[01:56] <Comrade_S> jvai: Linus Torvalds holds the copyright to Linux
[01:57] <VanessaE> jvia; not to mention that without that license, M$
could just outright steal everything that isn't tied down, and get away
with it.
[01:57] <dontbanme> jvai: then you're wrong, the gpl reserves ownership
to the creator and the FSF
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[01:57] <jvai> long live mr Torvalds
[01:57] <jrib> sophacles: install fluxbox from the universe repository,
then select it at the login screen (click the "options" button in the
[01:57] <VanessaE> hear, hear.
[01:57] <Fastly> i've added the repos on the RestrictedFormats wiki page
to sources.list and now when i apt-get update i get the following error:
W: GPG error: http://packages.freecontrib.org edgy-plf Release: The
following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not
available: NO_PUBKEY
[01:57] <toby> sophacles: or fluxbuntu
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[01:57] <jvai> dontbanne: i stand corrected
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[01:58] <jvai> lol
[01:58] <VanessaE> I have a project for an old 8-bitter that's being
released under GPL (not that it's really necessary)
[01:58] <VanessaE> if I ever finish it :)
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other... it's nice but it's not as though god created it
[01:58] <Comrade_S> hehe
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[01:58] <dontbanme> VanessaE: 8-bit?
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[01:58] <VanessaE> commodore.
[01:58] <jvai> dontbanne is.. Stallman?? .. ???
[01:59] <VanessaE> heh, RMS here? riiiiight :)
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[01:59] <jvai> lol
[01:59] <jrib> lol, the offtopic stuff should go to #ubuntu-offtopic
though :)
[01:59] <VanessaE> yeah yeah
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[02:00] <sophacles> toby what is fluxbuntu/
[02:00] <rbil> VanessaE, I thought the Commodore64 was 64 bit?
[02:00] <dontbanme> jrib: funny, last time I said something even remotely
offtopic, gnomefreak permabanned me (I think my old hostname is still
[02:00] <Dr_willis> C64 is a 8 bit 6502 cpu
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[02:01] <myflugel> jrib: its installed now but not working the java
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[02:01] <Dr_willis> i think it was 6502
[02:01] <VanessaE> C64 is 8-bit 6510 CPU.
[02:01] <jrib> myflugel: ok, is sun-java5-plugin installed?
[02:01] <jvai> i'm gonna upgrade to dapper from hoary tonyte... *pours
more white choco macha out for hoary*
[02:01] <VanessaE> jesus, are you nuts?
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[02:01] <rbil> VanessaE, maybe that's why I couldn't get it to run
[02:01] <VanessaE> Hoary -> Dapper...sounds risky :)
[02:02] <wildchild> hello
[02:02] <wildchild> I can't istall macromedia flash player..
[02:02] <wildchild> NOTE: Please ask your administrator to remove the
xpti.dat from the
[02:02] <wildchild>       components directory of the Mozilla or Netscape
[02:02] <wildchild> this appears during the installation..
[02:02] <jrib> wildchild: how are you installing?
[02:02] <wildchild> 1) download
[02:02] <dontbanme> jvai: I'd just do a fresh install of edgy over hoary
[02:02] <myflugel> jrib: yes and i have checked it at java website but it
doesnt pass
[02:02] <wildchild> 1)utar
[02:02] <jrib> ubotu: tell wildchild about flash
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[02:03] <wildchild> jrib..
[02:03] <jrib> myflugel: ok, ls /usr/lib/firefox/plugins/ <-- put the
result of this command on pastebin please
[02:03] <wildchild> why can't simple just install it ./install-macromedia
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[02:03] <dontbanme> wildchild: all you have to do is copy the .so to
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[02:04] <dontbanme> *duh*
[02:04] <wildchild> dontbanme where is .so
[02:04] <jvai> dontbanne: soo, is edgy moreso leaning to stable than
unstable? & i am thinking the same, about doing edgy instead of dapper
[02:04] <VanessaE> edgy is stable
[02:04] <goofey> has anyone seen, on a default install of ubuntu-server
6.10, where going to http://localhost:631/ brings up the text of the html
rather than rendering the html?
[02:04] <myflugel> jrib: it says libunixprintplugin.so
[02:04] <dontbanme> wildchild: I assume in the directory you utarred to?
it should be something like libflashplayer.so
[02:04] <madc> goofey, add the mime type to your httpd.conf
[02:05] <jrib> myflugel: apt-cache policy sun-java5-plugin | grep -i
[02:05] <goofey> madc: the html?
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[02:05] <alex_> Hello, how do i install the new version of firefox
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[02:05] <madc> goofey, yes the mime type so that apache knows howto serve
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[02:05] <alex_> replacing the current one (default one) in ubuntu
[02:05] <madc> alex_, wait for it to show up in the repos.
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[02:05] <alex_> ALso
[02:05] <myflugel> jrib: im total nub in linux i installed it 6 hours ago
and my videocard worked after 4 hours so dont know what ya mean :)
[02:06] <jrib> alex_: edgy has the new version, edgy will be stable in 2
[02:06] <alex_> when edgy comes out
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[02:06] <alex_> should i format?
[02:06] <Fastly> can anyone here recommend the best way of getting wine
in edgy?
[02:06] <madc> alex_ I wouldnt
[02:06] <jrib> myflugel: sorry, just type that whole line into a terminal
and press enter
[02:06] <alex_> because i upgraded to edgy
[02:06] <alex_> from dapper
[02:06] <alex_> and my system crashed
[02:06] <madc> Fastly, apt-get install wine
[02:06] <dontbanme> !firefox > alex_
[02:06] <goofey> madc: ok - but does apache really listen on port 631?
[02:06] <tonyb2006> ICEWEASEL
[02:06] <madc> alex_, to be expected you installed a development version.
[02:06] <madc> goofey, no
[02:06] <madc> not by default
[02:06] <tonyb2006> gmm
[02:07] <goofey> madc: doesn't cups have it'sa own webserver?
[02:07] <tonyb2006> !iceweasel
[02:07] <dontbanme> alex_: just download the firefox binaries from
mozilla (you get the nice artwork this way too) and extract to /opt
[02:07] <Fastly> Package wine is not available, but is referred to by
another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been
obsoleted, or is only available from another source
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[02:07] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about iceweasel - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
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[02:07] <dontbanme> goofey: cups listens on 631
[02:07] <jrib> !info wine
[02:07] <jvai> bon echo isa nice name for the new browser
[02:07] <jvai> is it in edgy
[02:07] <ubotu> wine: Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layer (Binary
Emulator and Library). In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.9-
0ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 8578 kB, installed size 40460 kB
[02:07] <goofey> dontbanme: right.... and doesn't cups run it's own
webserver on that port?
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[02:07] <jrib> Fastly: you need to enable universe
[02:07] <jvai> ouuch
[02:07] <dontbanme> Fastly: have all of your repositories enabled (ALL)
[02:07] <jrib> ubotu: tell Fastly about universe
[02:08] <jrib> Fastly: /or/ are you not on i386?
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[02:08] <Fastly> i'm on amd64
[02:08] <myflugel> jrib: it says none
[02:08] <Madruga> hi everybody
[02:08] <alex_> alex@alex-desktop:~$ cp /home/alex/Desktop/firefox /opt/
[02:08] <jvai> iceweasel is the debian thing
[02:08] <alex_> cp: omitting directory `/home/alex/Desktop/firefox'
[02:08] <jrib> myflugel: yes, that means sun-java5-plugin is not
installed, type: sudo apt-get install sun-java5-plugin
[02:08] <alex_> is that the proper way?
[02:08] <myflugel> jrib: so i think it didnt work
[02:08] <Madruga> anyone can help me?
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[02:09] <dontbanme> Fastly: aha... wine may not exist for x643
[02:09] <jrib> Fastly: yeah, the wine package only exists for i386
[02:09] <Fastly> :-(
[02:09] <Fastly> that probably explains why cedega doesn't run too..
[02:09] <chuckyp> Couldn't he compile it for 64 bit?
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[02:09] <jrib> Fastly: you may want to ask #winehq if it is possible to
get wine to work on amd64 (if no one here knows)
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[02:10] <myflugel> jrib: it says Reading package lists... Done
[02:10] <myflugel> Building dependency tree... Done
[02:10] <myflugel> Package sun-java5-plugin is not available, but is
referred to by another package.
[02:10] <myflugel> This may mean that the package is missing, has been
obsoleted, or
[02:10] <myflugel> is only available from another source
[02:10] <myflugel> E: Package sun-java5-plugin has no installation
[02:10] <jrib> myflugel: use a pastebin!
[02:10] <Fastly> thanks jrib
[02:10] <Madruga> the grub here isn't working
[02:10] <Dr_willis> !info sun-java5-plugin
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[02:10] <ubotu> sun-java5-plugin: The Java(TM) Plug-in, Java SE 5.0. In
component multiverse, is optional. Version 1.5.0-06-1 (dapper), package
size 1 kB, installed size 64 kB
[02:10] <dontbanme> chuckyp: no, the libs are 32-bit only
[02:10] <jrib> myflugel: pastebin your /etc/apt/sources.list file
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[02:10] <Madruga> i install ubuntu 6.06 LTS
[02:10] <jrib> !pastebin | myflugel
[02:10] <ubotu> myflugel: pastebin is a service to post large texts so
you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at
http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (you can always find it in the channel topic,
among other useful things)
[02:10] <jvai> ty linus Torvalds, Ian Murdock, & lastly ty Mark
[02:10] <Zarephath> Anyone enlighten me if WPA 256 bit= WPA or WPA2
personal in a router? Xandros on an old machine says WPA 256bit...I am
able to connect with an open network..but having problems when enabling
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[02:10] <Madruga> [HeathenDan] : i reboot my pc
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[02:11] <myflugel> ok thnx
[02:11] <Madruga> and when is the time to grub boot, thw Windows XP boot
[02:11] <chuckyp> Fastly, you could run it with a chroot.
[02:11] <wildchild> dontbanme: that's wierd: I do as u said; copyed
libflashplayer.so to /usr/lib/firefox/plugins, but still aperas the same
note to remove the xpti.dat
[02:11] <Madruga> what can be happening?
[02:11] <Zarephath> However this is a Ubuntu machine..so I figured
someone might know here over xandros
[02:11] <HeathenDan> erm, you talking to me?
=== chuckyp I'm bringing sexy back
[02:11] <Fastly> chuckyp: yeah i'm reading into chroot now
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[02:12] <Fastly> pity this is the option though... some guy in winehq
claims to have wine working fine on gentoo64...
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[02:12] <myflugel> jrib: it says permissions denied
[02:12] <HeathenDan> odd, i could swear i'm not chatting here till now
[02:12] <lonran> hi
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[02:12] <HeathenDan> !grub
[02:12] <ubotu> grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after
installing windows:
- Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos:
[02:12] <chuckyp> Madruga, Windows overwrote the mbr and grun isn't
installed there anymore.
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[02:12] <jrib> myflugel: type this: gedit /etc/apt/sources.list, and
then copy and paste the contents to http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org . Then
give us the url of your post
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[02:12] <Vich> !witchetygrubs
[02:13] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about witchetygrubs - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[02:13] <chuckyp> Madruga, to fix it follow the instructions from ubotu
about fixing after installing windows
[02:13] <lonran> where can i add a service to the startup? i want
xscreensaver to be running when i log in
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[02:13] <Madruga> chuckyp
[02:13] <myflugel> ok
[02:13] <Madruga> do you speak portuguese?
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[02:13] <Madruga> because a ipost a topic in ubuntu-br
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[02:13] <chuckyp> Madruga, no but !pt or whatever the switch is might
[02:13] <chuckyp> !pt
[02:13] <ubotu> Por favor use #ubuntu-br ou #ubuntu-pt para ajuda em
portugus. Obrigada.
[02:13] <jvai> how can i get the ols school boot style out of dapper?,
i'm not gonna like this new graghical thing
[02:13] <HeathenDan> for a trouble-free fix, you can use the super grub
disk in the ubuntu help page
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[02:13] <lupine_85> jvai: edit your menu.lsty
[02:13] <lupine_85> erm, menu.lst
[02:13] <chuckyp> Madruga, /j #ubuntu-br   for portuguese
[02:13] <Madruga> [chuckyp] : ok, let's try in english ahsuahsuahu
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[02:14] <chuckyp> !grub > Madruga
[02:14] <lupine_85> just remove the "quiet splash" options at the end of
the kernel boot lines
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[02:14] <Vich> stop with the grubs already
[02:14] <benkong2> Can someone look here and help me with ssh-keychain?
[02:14] <Vich> before I let birds loose in here
[02:14] <chuckyp> Madruga,
will fix your problems if you follow the directions there.
[02:14] <jvai> lupine: it will boot as fast w/o the graphics right?
[02:14] <Vich> they'll eat your grub
[02:14] <goofey> madc: you were right - my cups mime.types file was
missing - thanks!
[02:14] <GreatBriton> how can i get networkmanager to detect my ra0 wifi
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[02:14] <Vich> then you'll have no master boot record
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[02:14] <Madruga> [chuckyp] : the problem ins't this
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[02:14] <myflugel> jrib: it says http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28176/
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[02:14] <madc> goofey, no probs
[02:15] <anon32> woo hoo... I almost resorted to exploiting my cloak
[02:15] <sc0tt> ola Madruga :>
[02:15] <chuckyp> Madruga, if you reinstall grub it will fix your
problems. And they show you how on that page.
[02:15] <Madruga> [chuckyp] : i has only thw win xp installed on my
[02:15] <Madruga> then
[02:15] <Madruga> i get the ubuntu cd
[02:15] <lonran> how can i run a service in the startup? i want
xscreensaver to be running when i log in
[02:15] <Madruga> [Solarion] : i install ubuntu
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[02:15] <myflugel> ubotu: it says http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28176/
[02:15] <anon32> lonran: prefs > sessions > startup
[02:15] <chuckyp> Madruga, yes. You need to install grub the MBR of
[02:15] <Madruga> so chuckyp
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[02:16] <anon32> if you want it running on boot, go to /etc/init.d
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[02:16] <chuckyp> Madruga, if you follow those instructions it will work.
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[02:16] <[CoF] shadow> hey everyone
[02:16] <Madruga> i tryed this
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[02:16] <Madruga> doesn't work
[02:16] <jvai> ok peepz starbucks is getting old, 7 my hoary install, has
GOTTEN old, & the nyte is getting old, & i wanna reinstall tonyte, i did
backup from hoary last nyte, so alls clear
[02:16] <Madruga> i tried a lot of things
[02:16] <jrib> myflugel: ok there are gui ways to do this, but text is
easier to communicate: run this command: 'gksudo gedit
/etc/apt/sources.list' and then add the word " multiverse" to the end of
line 15. After that, save and close gedit. Then run 'sudo apt-get
update'. Then try to install java again
[02:16] <Madruga> you don't make sense oO'
[02:16] <jvai> see uall soon.
[02:17] <[CoF] shadow> anyone installed xserver on a 1440x900 monitor?
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[02:17] <chuckyp> Madruga, your best bet is to join #ubuntu-br so they
can speak your native language and make sense
[02:17] <anon32> god, upgrading to edgy takes forever... and I even have
the cd to defray bandwidth costs
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[02:17] <Madruga> [chuckyp] : i will try there
[02:17] <chuckyp> anon32, are you using update-manager -c -d    ?
[02:17] <Solarion> is there an AIGLX in ubuntu?
[02:17] <Madruga> [chuckyp] : anything, i back here
[02:17] <anon32> chuckyp: yes.....
[02:17] <Madruga> [chuckyp] : thnaks a lot guy
[02:17] <chuckyp> anon32, good
[02:17] <anon32> what's that have to do with it?
[02:18] <GreatBriton> how can i get networkmanager to detect my ra0 wifi
connection, anybody?
[02:18] <chuckyp> GreatBriton, it most likely cant.
[02:18] <chuckyp> GreatBriton, you would have to update network manager.
[02:18] <anon32> chuckyp: actually, I'm not
[02:18] <chuckyp> GreatBriton, or wait for edgy.
[02:18] <anon32> I'm just using apt-get dist-upgrade
[02:18] <myflugel> jrib: how to see its line 15
[02:18] <anon32> GreatBriton: and if you don't like to upgrade gentoo is
the solution
[02:18] <chuckyp> anon32, You should be okay but i've heard of a few
issues doing it that way. But all will be okay. Not major issues
[02:18] <jrib> myflugel: look at the pastebin
[02:19] <dsnyders> Help! Keyboard locks up sometimes when screensaver
blanks screen. How do I recover control?
[02:19] <myflugel> jrib: ok
[02:19] <anon32> chuckyp: update-manager -c -d tells me it can't upgrade
all packages..
[02:19] <chuckyp> dsnyders, can you ctrl+alt+f1   ?
[02:19] <anon32> something about dependencies
[02:19] <[CoF] shadow> can anyone help me get xserver up and running?
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[02:19] <chuckyp> anon32, yeah you need the ubuntu-desktop meta package
installed or kubuntu whatever you use.
[02:19] <anon32> chuckyp: which I have?
[02:20] <dsnyders> chuckyp, Tried that. No response from keyboard.
capslock and numlock lights are frozen as well.
[02:20] <chuckyp> anon32, well update-manager should work then. hrm..
did you dist-upgrade prior to changing sources.list?
[02:20] <anon32> no?
[02:20] <dsnyders> chuckyp, I am able to ssh in from another machine,
[02:21] <anon32> ah wait, it says to download the update script, lol
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[02:21] <chuckyp> dsnyders, hrm.. you may not be able to recover control
then. Unless you could log in remotely and sshd was not hugn.    I would
double check your video drivers. I had similiar issues when gnome-
screensaver would try to call a opengl saver with out direct rendering
support installed.
[02:21] <anon32> but I'll use apt anyway, upgrading will take several
weeks for me
[02:21] <chuckyp> anon32, yeah.. well update-manager will use the cd
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[02:21] <anon32> chuckyp: several weeks WITH the cd
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[02:22] <myflugel> jrib: it says http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28177/
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[02:22] <jrib> myflugel: ok pastebin your new /etc/apt/sources.list
[02:23] <anon32> god, I need some kind of broadband...
[02:23] <dsnyders> chuckyp, I'll check that out. However, the
screensavers seem to work fine when tested manually.
[02:23] <chuckyp> dsnyders, yeah possibly check the opengl ones like
lattice thats the one that used to crash my system without the proper
video drivers.
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[02:23] <dulce> .
[02:24] <jimmypw> can anyone tell me the apt package for the apache2 php4
module? I have tried libapache2-mod-php4 but it doesnt work, any
[02:24] <Captain_Redbeard> Hey guys I need a hand... it's regarding my
sound system... it just wont work, everything seems right the card looks
properly installed... but I hear no sound, and no it is not muted as far
as I know
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[02:24] <jrib> jimmypw: that is the right package, what do you mean by
"doesn't work"?
[02:24] <myflugel> jrib: it says http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28178/
[02:24] <strabes> Captain_Redbeard,
[02:24] <jimmypw> apt-get says it doesn't exist "package not found"
[02:24] <jrib> myflugel: type 'sudo apt-get update'
[02:25] <dcstimm> hey guys, where can I find the ubuntu knot3 powerpc
[02:25] <jimmypw> tried that jrib
[02:25] <strabes> dcstimm, wait till it comes out in 2 days lol
[02:25] <jrib> jimmypw: tryied what? I didn't suggest anything :)
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[02:25] <dcstimm> strabes, where can I find the ubuntu knot3 powerpc
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[02:25] <jimmypw> oh sry, i tried apt-get update
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[02:25] <jrib> jimmypw: but does the package actually install?
[02:26] <dcstimm> strabes, I need to iso of knot3, its removed from
[02:26] <dsnyders> chuckyp, is "blank screen" one of the problematic
[02:26] <myflugel> jrib: and then i tried to install again it it says the
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[02:26] <jrib> !info sun-java5-plugin
[02:27] <ubotu> sun-java5-plugin: The Java(TM) Plug-in, Java SE 5.0. In
component multiverse, is optional. Version 1.5.0-06-1 (dapper), package
size 1 kB, installed size 64 kB
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[02:27] <_Dan_> hi guys, anyone happen to have an ubuntu version, no
matter which, installed on an asus p5b motherboard?
[02:27] <dcstimm> hey guys, where can I find the ubuntu knot3 powerpc
[02:27] <Captain_Redbeard> erf... it seems to work... but the plugs on
the front of the chassis does not... how do I sort that then?
[02:27] <xipietotec> how would I create a launcher for the trash applet?
[02:27] <jrib> jimmypw: I mean, does apt-get complaina bout the package
not existing, or does it install but not do what you want?
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[02:27] <myflugel> jrib: what do you mean?
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[02:28] <jimmypw> jrib: 1 second ill paste the response
[02:28] <jrib> myflugel: it should work :/
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[02:29] <jrib> myflugel: did you save the file you showed me and the
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[02:29] <jimmypw> jrib: E: Couldn't find package libapache-mod-php4
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[02:29] <jrib> jimmypw: you forgot the 2 after apache right? But have
you enabled universe?
[02:29] <myflugel> jrib: yes
[02:29] <anon32> how do I disable daemons from starting?
[02:30] <Leonox> hi i have a big problem... my computer doesn't boot
[02:30] <Leonox> grub loading stage1.5 error 17 ubuntu
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[02:30] <jrib> anon32: system > administration > services
[02:30] <anon32> jrib: not just the ones in there
[02:30] <anon32> those are only some
[02:30] <jrib> anon32: man update-rc.d
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[02:30] <anon32> ok
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[02:30] <Migu`> Hello , how i can play mp3 in my ubuntu 6.06 ? ;)
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[02:30] <myflugel> jrib: this is what i see when i update and install
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[02:30] <Leonox> help with grub
[02:31] <jimmypw> jrib: yes actualy, now i get a different error E:
Package libapache2-mod-php4 has no installation candidate
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[02:31] <Migu`> help me! how to play mp3 files? :(
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[02:31] <jrib> !mp3 | Migu`
[02:31] <ubotu> Migu`: For multimedia issues, this page has useful
information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See
also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html
- But please use free formats if you can:
[02:31] <Midtex> hey everyone, anyone here good with Grub?
[02:31] <Zarephath> !mp3 >Migu
[02:31] <jimmypw> Package libapache2-mod-php4 is not available, but is
referred to by another package.
[02:31] <jimmypw> This may mean that the package is missing, has been
obsoleted, or
[02:31] <jimmypw> is only available from another source
[02:31] <NickGarvey> Midtex: what can I do for you :)
[02:31] <Zarephath> !mp3
[02:31] <ubotu> For multimedia issues, this page has useful information:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also
http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html -
But please use free formats if you can:
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[02:31] <Zarephath> Migu: Read that..
[02:31] <jrib> jimmypw: and universe is enabled?
[02:32] <Leonox> aaaa
[02:32] <jimmypw> i dont know what that is
[02:32] <jrib> ubotu: tell jimmypw about universe
[02:32] <jimmypw> !universe
[02:32] <ubotu> The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections.
See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource
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[02:32] <jrib> jimmypw: ubotu should have sent you some info. After you
enable universe, it should work
[02:32] <Leonox> how can i boot my computer...?
[02:32] <Leonox> grub loading stage1.5 error 17 ubuntu
[02:32] <Midtex> nickgarvey, hehe, okay. I installed Windows XP ontop of
ubuntu, I lost grub. I restored it with the Live CD. Windows XP is still
there. I can see the drive in linux. So HOW do I add it to my Grub boot
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[02:32] <Leonox> :(
[02:32] <NickGarvey> Midtex: here, look at the links ubotu will send you
[02:32] <NickGarvey> !grub > Midtex
[02:32] <strabes_> jr
[02:33] <jimmypw> thanks jrib: ill have a look
[02:33] <jrib> myflugel: ok one second, let me check something
[02:33] <poningru> !grub
[02:33] <ubotu> grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after
installing windows:
- Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos:
[02:33] <myflugel> jrib: ok
[02:33] <DaveyJ> in all honesty... hows the media support in ubuntu? my
main box is a kubuntu box, but i dont do much media on it... i'm building
my media pc for movies/dvds/tv/music -- would xubuntu work well? minimal
is good
[02:33] <Jermey> Is Ubuntu running on MacIntels yet?
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[02:34] <jrib> DaveyJ: mplayer can handle all the media I throw at it.
Not sure what you mean by tv, but there is mythtv
[02:34] <strabes_> DaveyJ, it can support pretty much everything
[02:34] <Wiseguy> hey guys, ubuntu doesnt seem to be using the fan on my
laptop for the heat... is there anyway to manually turn the fan on?>
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[02:34] <strabes_> mp3
[02:34] <DaveyJ> i have an ati all-in-wonder radeon
[02:34] <DaveyJ> for my tv input
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[02:34] <NickGarvey> DaveyJ: its hit or miss with ati
[02:34] <NickGarvey> DaveyJ: (miss in my case...)
[02:35] <cosmodad> Wiseguy: I think there's a binary called "fan" in
some package
[02:35] <DaveyJ> should i just stick with windows on the media?
[02:35] <NickGarvey> DaveyJ: I'd try the live cd and install drivers and
everything on the live cd to try stuff out
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[02:35] <strabes_> !mp3 >daveyj
[02:35] <DaveyJ> thats a good suggestion :)
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[02:35] <strabes_> !mp3 >strabes
[02:35] <chuckyp> Jermey, I belive so
[02:36] <cosmodad> Wiseguy: it's in "toshutils", you might wanna check
whether it works with your possibly non-Toshiba notebook as well
[02:36] <Jim__> admin
[02:36] <NickGarvey> Midtex: so grub IS on your computer?
[02:36] <DaveyJ> i was thinking of xubuntu for the media becuase i like
how its all minimal
[02:36] <strabes_> !mp3 > daveyj
[02:36] <DaveyJ> they should make a media center OS
[02:36] <jimmypw> jrib: do you know off the top of your head exactly
which source needs universe enable?
[02:36] <DaveyJ> strabes_: i already got it, thanks
[02:36] <strabes_> DaveyJ, ok cool have fun.
[02:36] <Midtex> nickgarvey Yes! Grub is on my computer
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[02:36] <NickGarvey> Midtex: actually it says how to get windows back
[02:37] <cosmodad> DaveyJ: if you take care in what components you buy
you can get a decent media PC
[02:37] <NickGarvey> Midtex: its in the section "Configuring the GRUB
[02:37] <jrib> jimmypw: you need dapper universe, though I would enable
dapper-security universe and dapper-updates universe as well
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[02:37] <Midtex> okay, ill check it out
[02:37] <chuckyp> Jermey,
[02:37] <DaveyJ> i'm not looking for decent to be honest ;) i'm using
scrap parts
[02:37] <Jermey> Ubuntu should really come with MythTV on the CD and
install it automatically when you install Ubuntu.
[02:37] <NickGarvey> Midtex: oh that is odd though, it doesn't work
[02:37] <jrib> jimmypw: (assuming you are using dapper)
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[02:37] <cosmodad> DaveyJ: the scrapier, the better for Linux ;)
[02:37] <DaveyJ> :)
[02:37] <chuckyp> Jermey, whoops heres the howto
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[02:37] <Wiseguy> didnt seem to work cosmodad
[02:38] <Clinton__> Jermey: less than 1% of the users can even record
video, and 10% of those would even do it. Why should MythTV be
automatically isntalled?
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[02:38] <chuckyp> Jermey, you can install it from the repos
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[02:38] <Midtex> Nickgarvey, i just followed some tort i found online. so
I dunnoi t could have been weird.
[02:38] <sith-lord> sup
[02:38] <Scrippie> hey
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[02:38] <cosmodad> Wiseguy: then I don't know...
[02:38] <chuckyp> !mac
[02:38] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about mac - try searching on
[02:38] <NickGarvey> Midtex: ah.. what choices do you get when you boot
up your computer?
[02:38] <jrib> myflugel: I'm confused, try removing 'nl.' from all of
your repositories in your sources.list, save, and the apt-get update,
then try java again
[02:38] <cosmodad> Wiseguy: check the laptop team wiki page on ubuntu.com
on your model, maybe
[02:38] <Midtex> nickgarvey, nothing. It goes to ubuntu without asking
[02:38] <Jermey> Clinton__: Because XP MCE does it.
[02:39] <NickGarvey> Midtex: and you are sure it is grub?
[02:39] <cosmodad> DaveyJ: I mayself bought a really old Matrox G400 2
years or so ago just because it has a good name when it comes to TV
[02:39] <Migu`> Hey
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[02:39] <Migu`> I am getting this errors ----> E: Unable to lock the
administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process using it?
[02:39] <NickGarvey> Midtex: do you have the tutorial you followed?
[02:39] <jrib> myflugel: wait, I may no longer be condused. What
architecture are you using?
[02:39] <Migu`> while tryint to install the mp3 , restrcited format
[02:39] <chuckyp> ubotu, !mac Intel mac installation howto is at
[02:39] <arctica> !Windows 3.1_extensions
[02:39] <Clinton__> Jermey: if the Ubuntu team did stuff because XP MCE
does, then they should leave gaping security holes everywhere too.
[02:39] <cosmodad> DaveyJ: it works great unter Linux (well I use it
under Debian, but that shouldn't differ a lot)
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[02:39] <jrib> myflugel: ignore my previous suggestion to remove nl. by
the way
[02:39] <Captain_Redbeard> Hmmm the mic doesn't seem to work :p
[02:39] <Midtex> nickgarvey, umm, I could Probly find it if you give me
some time. 4mins tops.
[02:39] <Captain_Redbeard> What could be wrong?
[02:39] <arctica> !Windows 3.1
[02:39] <DaveyJ> i refuse to buy any new parts for this
[02:39] <Jermey> LOL that's not what I meant.
[02:39] <sith-lord> interest
[02:40] <NickGarvey> Midtex: alright, thank you
[02:40] <DaveyJ> i just took apart my main machine and made a fresh
ubuntu box in a nice neat shuttle case
[02:40] <arctica> !Win3.1
[02:40] <DaveyJ> disconnected all my storage drives from the media
computer that already exists
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[02:40] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about Win3.1 - try searching
on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
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[02:40] <DaveyJ> and i'm throwing them in a NAS/Backup box
[02:40] <cosmodad> DaveyJ: well in that case you'll have to find out how
well support is for your stuff
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[02:40] <Midtex> okay, I foud it.
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[02:41] <NickGarvey> Midtex: link me please
[02:41] <cosmodad> DaveyJ: some hardware is really grateful to have while
other parts are a plain pain in the ass
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[02:41] <Midtex> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=24113 okay, its
the second post.
[02:41] <Migu`> Help me!
[02:41] <Migu`> :(
[02:41] <Jermey> Would it be possible to use a rackmount computer as a
MythTV backend? It would need to have PCI tv tuners in it.
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[02:41] <Jermey> Or could I use USB tv tuners?
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[02:42] <arctica> !help
[02:42] <ubotu> I am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain
at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl Usage info:
[02:42] <Migu`> cosmodad: Man , i can't install the mp3 .... i get this
error... E: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/),
is another process using it?
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[02:42] <NickGarvey> Midtex: odd, menu.lst should load
[02:42] <music_man_nz> when is edgy coming out please?
[02:42] <Admiral_Chicago> 27th
[02:42] <jrib> myflugel: 26
[02:42] <Admiral_Chicago> iirc
[02:42] <DaveyJ> oh yeah and what do you guys suggest for my nas/backup
as far as software/partitioning goes?
[02:42] <NickGarvey> Midtex: could you pastebin /boot/grub/menu.lst
[02:42] <Admiral_Chicago> !schedule
[02:42] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
[02:42] <DaveyJ> i'm going with xubuntu on that too
[02:42] <NickGarvey> !pastebin > Midtex
[02:42] <cosmodad> Migu`: well then, is it the case?
[02:42] <Jermey> 27th Oct isn't it?
[02:42] <DaveyJ> i was thinking about running that nas/backup image
through vmware
[02:42] <myflugel> jrib: done that but when update it still connects to
nl sites
[02:42] <Midtex> nickgarvey, How do I do that?...
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[02:43] <jrib> myflugel: ok, what architecture do you use?
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[02:43] <cosmodad> Migu`: it probably is
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[02:43] <NickGarvey> Midtex: hehe, read the link ubotu send you
[02:43] <myflugel> jrib: amd64
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[02:43] <Migu`> cosmodad: what can I do?
[02:43] <Admiral_Chicago> 26th
[02:43] <NickGarvey> Midtex: go to that link, and open the file I said in
a text editor and copy it
[02:43] <Midtex> nickgarvey, Bah. My bad. hold up. (hey thanks for being
so helpful)
[02:43] <jrib> myflugel: ok that's why, there is no plugin package for
amd64. You'll have to read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java#head-
[02:43] <Jermey> Any thoughts on my rack mount MythTV backend guys?
[02:43] <cosmodad> Migu`: are you using synaptics?
[02:43] <jimmypw> jrib: next error... sudo apt-get install libapache2-
[02:43] <jimmypw> W: Not using locking for read only lock file
[02:43] <jimmypw> E: Unable to write to /var/cache/apt/
[02:43] <jimmypw> E: The package lists or status file could not be parsed
or opened.
[02:43] <myflugel> jrib: ok thnx for your help
[02:43] <NickGarvey> Midtex: no problem, I used to be in here a lot more
than Ihave been recently..
[02:44] <chuckyp> Jermey, thoughts as far as?
[02:44] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: you need "sudo", or to close synaptic
[02:44] <Migu`> cosmodad: yes
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[02:44] <chuckyp> Jermey, I would do a server install and then install
[02:44] <cosmodad> Migu`: check you don't have two applications accessing
APT open at the same time, like an aptitude and a synaptics window
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[02:44] <myflugel> jrib: i will check the site later i have to go now i
need some sleep:) maybe i speak ya tomorrow
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[02:44] <Jermey> Can rackmount equipment accept PCI cards?
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[02:44] <jrib> myflugel: k, cya and good luck
[02:44] <jimmypw> NickGarvey: how do you mean?
[02:44] <Migu`> lol
[02:44] <Jermey> chuckyp:^^^
[02:44] <Migu`> thxc
[02:44] <Migu`> :)
[02:44] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: run apt-get with sudo infront
[02:45] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: oh, you did hehe
[02:45] <derinderinderin> re
[02:45] <jimmypw> :P
[02:45] <Midtex> nickgarvey, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28180/plain/
[02:45] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: close synaptic then, or some other problem
that can be used to install packages
[02:45] <cosmodad> Migu`: you did huh? :)
[02:45] <chuckyp> Jermey, yes
[02:45] <jimmypw> !synaptic
[02:45] <ubotu> synaptic is Ubuntu's Graphical Package Manager. For a
good howto see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticHowto
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[02:46] <NickGarvey> Midtex: oh boy, what a mess
[02:46] <Migu`> cosmodad: yes... but now i got anather error
[02:46] <Migu`> W: GPG error: http://packages.freecontrib.org edgy-plf
Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public
key is not available: NO_PUBKEY F120156012B83718
[02:46] <Captain_Redbeard> Ok, hmm my mic doesn't work now :P I have no
idea what could be wrong it seems to be anabled properly and so forth...
what is it that I've could do wrong here?
[02:46] <NickGarvey> Midtex: let me clean it up
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[02:46] <jimmypw> NickGarvey: Im using the server release no gui's here
[02:46] <Midtex> nickgarvey, ^^ oh man.
[02:46] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: ah, then make sure apt-get isn't doing
anything else
[02:46] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: "ps ax | grep apt-get"
[02:46] <Luke> aux ^^
[02:46] <Luke> not ax
[02:46] <cosmodad> Migu`: I think this is a common error, though I don't
know the solution
[02:47] <Migu`> lol
[02:47] <Migu`> will it load?
[02:47] <marcrosoft> !aptitude
[02:47] <ubotu> aptitude is another terminal-based front-end to APT, like
apt-get. However, aptitude can remember the dependencies installed with a
package and remove them if you uninstall. See
[02:47] <Migu`> even the error appering?
[02:47] <Luke> oh i guess ax works too
[02:47] <chuckyp> Migu`, you dont' have the key for that repo however.
You don't need it to install packages from it.
[02:47] <cosmodad> Migu`: yeah. look in the forums
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[02:47] <NickGarvey> Midtex: give me a minute or two..
[02:47] <NickGarvey> Midtex: oh, and could you also pastebin the output
of "sudo fdisk -l"
[02:47] <chuckyp> Migu`, it just won't be able to verify it as a valid
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[02:48] <hyperactivecrond> 2 days..
[02:48] <Midtex> sure!
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[02:48] <Midtex> ive done that command. alot. :-)
[02:49] <theplatypus> Has anyone got Farcry running?
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[02:49] <Midtex> nickgarvey, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28181/
[02:49] <jimmypw> NickGarvey: Nope, no instances of apt-get already
running however i am using wget for a download if that makes a difference
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[02:50] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: shouldn't.. could you pastebin "ps ax"
[02:50] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: oh that might be hard with server edition
[02:50] <Midtex> nickgarvey, thank you agian for helping me out so much'
[02:50] <Migu`> Now anather problem , how i can change my screen
resolution ? i got an LCD monitor, and i don't like what i saw in the
System -> Admin panel ... its showing at 73 Mghz... and a max of 800x600
[02:51] <chuckyp> Migu`, edit the /etc/X11/xorg.conf
[02:51] <NickGarvey> Midtex: which harddrive is windows on? the same one
as linux?
[02:51] <chuckyp> Migu`, or sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
[02:51] <plan> oh speaking of resolution
[02:51] <Midtex> nickgarvey, yup. same one
[02:51] <NickGarvey> Midtex: ok, I got it then
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[02:51] <jimmypw> you want me to paste the whole list?
[02:51] <plan> why does it only allow me to have a max refresh of 75hz?
[02:51] <Midtex> nickgarvey, yayyy
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[02:51] <Migu`> chickyp : do i nead to install any video driver ?
[02:52] <NickGarvey> Midtex: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28182/plain/
[02:52] <Migu`> i got nvidia, 128 MB ,...but very old ...
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[02:52] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: oh ok, please do then
[02:52] <Migu`> is only 4X or 8X?
[02:52] <NickGarvey> Midtex: paste that over the top of your old one
[02:52] <plan> 128mb very old haha
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[02:52] <chuckyp> Migu`, only if you want gl support. You could install
[02:52] <NickGarvey> Midtex: (you will need to be super user)
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[02:52] <Migu`> plan : man , is 2 years old...
[02:52] <chuckyp> !nvidia > Migu`
[02:52] <plan> I have a 64mb
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[02:52] <Midtex> nickgarvey, thanks. let me try that
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[02:52] <NickGarvey> Midtex: good luck..
[02:52] <plan> why does it only allow me to have a max refresh of 75hz?
[02:53] <NickGarvey> Midtex: wait
[02:53] <VanessaE> eh, my nv 6600 only has 128MB, I'd hardly call it old
[02:53] <NickGarvey> Midtex: you have another computer right?
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[02:53] <NickGarvey> Midtex: on the VERY unlikely chance something
doesn't work you will be able to get back to me right?
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[02:53] <Migu`> plan : man , i got a LCD monitor, and it could fxxx up if
it will exced 50 Mghz...
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[02:53] <noway-> I installed windows after I install ubuntu, and grub has
been remove. Does anyone have a good guide to adding grub back to the
mbr? I have the live cd
[02:53] <Midtex> nickgarvey, okay. Can I change the Title to Windows XP
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[02:53] <plan> somebody know??
[02:53] <Warbo> !grub > noway-
[02:54] <NickGarvey> Midtex: of course
[02:54] <plan> why does it only allow me to have a max refresh of
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[02:54] <noway-> Warbo: ?
[02:54] <VanessaE> maybe that's all your monitor is capable of at the
resolution you've set?
[02:54] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: pastebin please :)
[02:54] <plan> nope
[02:54] <jimmypw> sorry nick i get kicked for flooding
[02:54] <plan> capable of 144hz
[02:54] <noway-> Warbo: nm, I see now
[02:54] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: noticed hehe
[02:54] <noway-> Warbo: thanks
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[02:55] <Migu`> man , is telling me.... No x server found on this
server... :(
[02:55] <[CoF] shadow> hey all, I'm getting a "No screens found" error
when loading xserver
[02:55] <Warbo> ALSA seems to have screwed up so I am getting no sound. I
have tried restarting alsa-utils but it didn't help, is there anything I
can do short of rebooting the entire system? (the error messages I get
are like this: "ALSA lib pcm_direct.c:222:(make_local_socket) connect
failed: /tmp/alsa-dmix-10630-1161404278-67162: No such file or
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3646 ?         Ss      0:00 /sbin/syslogd -u syslog
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3663 ?         Ss      0:00 /bin/dd bs 1 if /proc/kmsg
of /var/run/klogd/kmsg
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3665 ?         Ss      0:00 /sbin/klogd -P
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3690 ?         Ssl     0:00 /usr/sbin/named -u bind
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3713 ?         Ss      0:00 /usr/sbin/sshd
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3725 ?         Ss      0:00 /usr/sbin/vsftpd
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3747 ?         Ss      0:00 /sbin/mdadm -F -i
/var/run/mdadm.pid -m root -f -s
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3782 ?         Ss      0:00 /usr/sbin/atd
[02:55] <VanessaE> ACK!
[02:55] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: pastebin!!!
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3792 ?         Ss      0:00 /usr/sbin/cron
[02:55] <VanessaE> use pastebin please
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3815 tty1      Ss+     0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty1
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3816 tty2      Ss+     0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty2
[02:55] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: pastebin!!!!
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3817 tty3      Ss+     0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty3
[02:55] <Midtex> Uh oh
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3818 tty4      Ss+     0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty4
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3821 tty5      Ss+     0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty5
[02:55] <jimmypw> 3822 tty6      Ss+     0:00 /sbin/getty 38400 tty6
[02:55] <jimmypw> 4264 ?         Ss      0:00 /usr/sbin/apache2 -k start -
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[02:55] <jimmypw> 4265 ?         S       0:00 /usr/sbin/apache2 -k start -
[02:55] <jimmypw> 4266 ?         Sl      0:00 /usr/sbin/apache2 -k start -
[02:55] <Music_Shuffle> ...lol...
[02:55] <jimmypw> 4268 ?         Sl      0:00 /usr/sbin/apache2 -k start -
[02:55] <NickGarvey> very sorry everyone
[02:55] <jimmypw> 4469 ?         Ss      0:00 sshd: james [priv]
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[02:55] <theplatypus> someone is going to get booted
[02:55] <jimmypw> 4471 ?         S       0:00 sshd: james@pts/0
[02:55] <NickGarvey> sort of my folt
[02:55] <jimmypw> 4472 pts/0     Ss      0:00 -bash
[02:55] <NickGarvey> fault*
[02:55] <jimmypw> 4489 pts/0      S+     0:01 wget http://download1.<my
very long download>.tar.gz
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[02:55] <jimmypw> 4492 ?         Ss      0:00 sshd: james [priv]
[02:55] <NickGarvey> I did say pastebin though hehe
[02:55] <jimmypw> 4494 ?         R       0:00 sshd: james@pts/1
[02:55] <plan> lol
[02:55] <jimmypw> 4495 pts/1     Ss     0:00 -bash
[02:56] <jimmypw> 4610 pts/1     R+     0:00 ps ax
[02:56] <jimmypw> whats a pastebin?
[02:56] <jaebird> :)
[02:56] <Music_Shuffle> www.pastebin.com
[02:56] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: read the topic
[02:56] <Warbo> guess I'll have to repeat my question in a second.....
[02:56] <jimmypw> im sorry i thought thats what he meant
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[02:56] <Midtex> nickgarvey, umm WARNING **: Hit unhandled case 1 (File
not found) in gedit_unrecoverable_saving_error_message_area_new.
[02:56] <Captain_Redbeard> Bah, I can't figure this out... no matter how
I mess with the mixer settings I can't get it to pick up my voice.. is
there something I'm missing?
[02:56] <Music_Shuffle> lol
[02:56] <NickGarvey> very sorry
[02:56] <plan> why does it only allow me to have a max refresh of
[02:56] <plan> why does it only allow me to have a max refresh of
[02:56] <NickGarvey> Midtex: didn't let you save it?
[02:56] <Midtex> nickgarvey, nopers.
[02:56] <Migu`> sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg     i runned it and i
get an error... it's telling me that i don't got a video adapter, and i
am working on serial ?! or no X server for my video adapter
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[02:57] <Warbo> OK, sorry for repeating but due to the flood: ALSA seems
to have screwed up so I am getting no sound. I have tried restarting
alsa-utils but it didn't help, is there anything I can do short of
rebooting the entire system? (the error messages I get are like this:
"ALSA lib pcm_direct.c:222:(make_local_socket) connect failed: /tmp/alsa-
dmix-10630-1161404278-67162: No such file or directory")
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[02:57] <NickGarvey> Midtex: ok, then do this "gksudo gedit
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[02:57] <NickGarvey> Warbo: yes go to /etc/init.d
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[02:57] <plan> NOBODY knows my question ???????????
[02:57] <NickGarvey> Warbo: and do "./alsa(hittab) stop and then
./alsa(hittab) start
[02:57] <rmd_> how can i make the panel allow windows to obscure it? i
dont want to resort to hiding the bar, but would like to be able to move
windows over it.
[02:57] <NickGarvey> plan: I don't know, I'm sorry
[02:57] <NickGarvey> rmd_: always on top option?
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[02:57] <Captain_Redbeard> nobody out there who can help me?
[02:57] <rmd_> NickGarvey: i can't find one
[02:58] <NickGarvey> rmd_: hmm.. I use kde so not much I can do
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[02:58] <Midtex> nickgarvey, great!
[02:58] <Warbo> NickGarvey: Nope, didn't help :( (by the way, I did
mention that I restarted alsa-utils :) )
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[02:58] <NickGarvey> Midtex: ok, good luck
[02:58] <Midtex> nickgarvey, should I restart now?
[02:58] <Migu`> What yahoo messenger should I downloand
http://messenger.yahoo.com/ ? for redhat or for debian ?!
[02:58] <NickGarvey> Warbo: ah, I wasn't sure if that was the same thing
as the entire alsa system
[02:58] <Midtex> nickgarvey, ... dun dun dunnn and what if... I don't
[02:59] <rookie> for redhat
[02:59] <NickGarvey> Midtex: have another computer?
[02:59] <Warbo> Hmm, apparently the only thing I can hear through my
speakers is interference from somebody's mobile phone
[02:59] <Midtex> i have a Live ubuntu CD.
[02:59] <Midtex> that would work.
[02:59] <rookie> if you use Ubuntu for Debian
[02:59] <Warbo> I think I'll just reboot. Just that I am in the middle of
some stuff
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[02:59] <NickGarvey> Midtex: yeah, ok, so we have a backup if something
fails (it won't)
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[02:59] <NickGarvey> Midtex: good luck then :)
[02:59] <Midtex> :)
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[03:00] <zmutte> Heya, I have just installed ubuntu server and have some
issues with setting from UTF-8 to ISO-8859-1, my old "tricks" doesn't
seem to work and I was figuring if someone had a guide/readme available
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[03:02] <jimmypw> NickGarvey: Its not working
[03:02] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: what is not? pastebin?
[03:02] <cliffd> I have what wants to be a fileserver, what version
should I use? server ubuntu? or just regular?
[03:02] <jimmypw> nope the site's just waiting......
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[03:02] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: hm, try again
[03:02] <jimmypw> it loads the initial page ofc
[03:02] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: what site did you use?
[03:02] <jimmypw> www.pastebin.com
[03:03] <NickGarvey> are you "james"?
[03:03] <kode4u> does somebody knows this errors?
[03:03] <kode4u> ata1: translated ATA stat/err 0xd0/00 to SCSI
SK/ASC/ASCQ 0xb/47/00
[03:03] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: pastebin is slow for me too, wait a bit I
[03:03] <kode4u> Buffer I/O error on device sda, logical block 0
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[03:03] <jimmypw> why yes i am
[03:04] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: use this one http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org
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[03:04] <jimmypw> Nick: ah that works http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28183/
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[03:05] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: and you are getting the database locked
error? could you paste that in pastebin too?
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[03:06] <jimmypw> Nick: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28185/
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[03:07] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: that is very odd.. have permissions
[03:07] <noway_> my /boot is on /dev/sda1 ... but how do I tell what grub
sees it as?
[03:07] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: do a "ls -l /etc/cache/* | grep apt" and
tell me what you get
[03:07] <jimmypw> nope, ive been able to download anthing that i want up
until now
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[03:08] <Leonox> is there a way to create a grub cd from ubuntu live cd?
[03:08] <noway_> I am trying to repair grub on the mbr, but I don't know
which hard drive grub sees
[03:09] <NickGarvey> noway_: it sees the one you tell it too see in
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[03:09] <jimmypw> Nick: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28187/
[03:09] <Leonox> i can't find /boot/grub directory in live cd
[03:10] <noway_> NickGarvey: well, I am trying reload grub, I know which
hard drive it should see (/dev/sda1/) but not what this translate to in
[03:10] <jimmypw> not found
[03:10] <Alakazamz0r> fdisk -l
[03:10] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: hehe silly me
[03:10] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: "ls -l /var/cache/* | grep apt"
[03:10] <Leonox> NickGarvey: hi i have a problem with grub too, could you
help me?
[03:11] <Chippy> can anyone help me mount a .mdf?
[03:11] <NickGarvey> Leonox: hehe I can try, what is not working?
[03:11] <noway_> Alakazamz0r: nothing :-(
[03:11] <Super> *** Help please *** I need the url of a package xserver-
xorg-core but older version xserver-xorg-core=1:1.0.2-0ubuntu10
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[03:11] <Leonox> NickGarvey: grub loading stage1.5 error 17 ubuntu
[03:11] <Alakazamz0r> dmesg |grep sd |more
[03:12] <diodorus> Has anyone experienced problems with the ubuntu
installer for casper on the 6.06 TLS live cd?
[03:12] <jimmypw> Nick: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28188/
[03:12] <diodorus> problems specifically relating to filesystem errors
when running the install process
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[03:12] <Nicolae> question: SATA drives throw errors in kern.log.
Ratchets down to PIO0, continues until I dismount/remount it. Only h$
[03:12] <Nicolae> gah.
[03:12] <Nicolae> happens when I try to transfer more than 5 gigs or so.
Getting annoying. Compiled 2.618-mm3, so at least it doesn't lock the
system up, but makes the drive pretty much unusable until reboot.
[03:13] <noway_> Alakazamz0r: it doesn't really say in there either... do
I need to mount it for it to come up on fdisk?
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[03:13] <Chippy> can anyone help me mount a .mdf?
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[03:13] <Alakazamz0r> noway_, dmesg is your system kernel messages
[03:14] <bianconeri> hello
[03:14] <NickGarvey> Leonox: I would google the error...
[03:14] <Alakazamz0r> if its not there... then it isnt recognizing it.
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[03:14] <bianconeri> I have a problem with my update to edgy
[03:14] <Leonox> NickGarvey: ok
[03:14] <jimmypw> NickGarvey: *bump* http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28188/
[03:14] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: hm, actually just paste "ls -l
[03:14] <iamtheric> visualboy advance anyone?
[03:14] <Super> bianconeri: is that the X crash
[03:14] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: yeah, it didn't say what I wanted
[03:14] <bianconeri> no
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[03:15] <noway_> Alakazamz0r: it says that it sees the attached scsi
drive, but does not tell me what it translates to in grub
[03:15] <Cirvin_Fox> I have 2 soundcards on my system, and flash in
firefox plays out of one, but i want it to play from the other. what must
be done to redirect the sound to the 2nd card?
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[03:15] <Super> what is the problem you are having with edgy?
[03:15] <bianconeri> well basically i updated, but in grub it doesnt show
me the new kernel I have 2.6.15
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[03:15] <iamtheric> !visualboyadvance
[03:15] <ubotu> visualboyadvance: a full featured Game Boy Advance
emulator. In component universe, is extra. Version 1.7.2-4build1
(dapper), package size 793 kB, installed size 2684 kB
[03:15] <Super> yes i had that problem too
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[03:15] <Super> do sudo update-grub
[03:15] <Alakazamz0r> noway_, are you using edgy?
[03:15] <jimmypw> NickGarvey: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28190/
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[03:16] <noway_> Alakazamz0r: no, drapper
[03:16] <Alakazamz0r> you should be able to just add the line in fstab
and it'll re-do it for you
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[03:16] <bianconeri> other problems such I cant change the background
only a brown background of the desktop...the bug tool keeps loading and
can't be killed, I removed it
[03:16] <Alakazamz0r> what do you mean what it translates to?
[03:16] <bianconeri> I did grub update
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[03:16] <superjew9020> does anyone no the command to activate xtrlock??
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[03:16] <noway_> Alakazamz0r: grub has its own identifiers for hard
drives right? like /dev/sda1 -> hd0,4 or something
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[03:17] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: hm, I'm not sure what the problem is
[03:17] <Alakazamz0r> no
[03:17] <Super> do you see the new kernel now?
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[03:17] <Alakazamz0r> ./dev/sda1 /mnt/mountpoint filesystemtype options
[03:17] <diodorus> It starts up the partitioner. Recognizes the drive.
Then it asks to either Erase the drive, use as much continuous free space
as possible, or manually edit partitions. I choose the second option.
'Use the largest continuous free space'
[03:17] <bianconeri> no I see the old kernel only, although I am pretty
sure others are there
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[03:17] <Skip> just a word on new Edgy Eft - very nice OS
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[03:18] <noway_> Alakazamz0r: I am following the guide here,
[03:18] <NickGarvey> Skip: :)
[03:18] <Super> if you go to /boot do you see the ne kernels there?
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[03:18] <Super> i mean new kernels
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[03:18] <fnf> Hi, does anyone have an idea of why after installing
nfsclient my system automatically starts portmap process, even I told it
not to in /etc/rc* ?.
[03:18] <bianconeri> yes there are many super
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[03:18] <Cirvin_Fox> how do i intercept data being written to /dev/dsp
and route it to /dev/dsp1?
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[03:18] <Alakazamz0r> you need to be here:
[03:18] <tgelter> hey guys, I'm having trouble getting X to start since
upgrading to edgy...I get the following error when I try to start X: "X:
warning; process set to priority -1 instead of requested priority 0"
[03:19] <music_man_nz> edit is opening my files as read-only even though
they are CHMODed to 777. Any ideas?
[03:19] <bianconeri> I can see 2.6.17
[03:19] <music_man_nz> gedit*
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[03:19] <Skip> bye
[03:19] <cliffd> when 6.10 comes out will it update ubuntu server also?
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[03:19] <Alakazamz0r> oh you mean i grub
[03:19] <Alakazamz0r> not fstab.
[03:19] <Alakazamz0r> For example, /dev/hda1 is "hd0,0" to GRUB.
Similarly, /dev/hdb3 is "hd1,2".
[03:19] <jimmypw> Nick garvey: i should have paid more attention i get
this massive error when i do "sudo apt-get update" http://paste.ubuntu-
[03:19] <Super> both the 386 and generic?
[03:19] <megauei> hi, where can I find the firefox 2 installation
[03:19] <bianconeri> yup
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[03:19] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: THERE WE GO
[03:19] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: the filesystem is mounted read only
[03:19] <superjew9020> does anyone no the command to activate xtrlock??
[03:19] <noway_> Alakazamz0r: so /dev/sda1 -> "hd0,?"
[03:19] <music_man_nz> any ideas?
[03:20] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: which means something broke really bad at
some poin
[03:20] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: and you will want to reboot
[03:20] <Cirvin_Fox> how do i intercept data being written to /dev/dsp
and route it to /dev/dsp1?
[03:20] <bianconeri> is there an option that lists only one kernel? maybe
that option is turned on
[03:20] <iamtheric> how do i use the gameshark feature under visualboy
[03:20] <Super> don't know ... do you get any error when you do sudo
[03:20] <Alakazamz0r> 0,0
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[03:20] <diodorus> This starts the guided partitioning process. And then
begins creating the ext3 filesystem. Once it reaches 15% completion, it
fails to install further.
[03:20] <diodorus> Any ideas?
[03:20] <jimmypw> Sry for wasting your time mate, thanks a lot
[03:20] <diodorus> The error is "Failed to create filesystem" But it
doesn't say anything more specific than that.
[03:20] <noway_> Alakazamz0r: ok, thanks... I will give it a shot
[03:20] <music_man_nz> change to ext3
[03:20] <NickGarvey> jimmypw: haha its fine, I should have asked
[03:20] <music_man_nz> diodorus
[03:20] <Super> i do not think so, doing an update-grub will add/remove
lines from /boot/grub/menu.lst
[03:21] <bianconeri> no i dont....but when ubuntu boots (2.6.15, which is
the only one listed) I get "loading kernel drivers" FAILED
[03:21] <music_man_nz> use Gparted
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[03:21] <Alakazamz0r> ok noway_ :)
[03:21] <jimmypw> i feel like an utter muppet now. anyway bed time
[03:21] <eck0> hey
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[03:21] <music_man_nz> Does anyone know why gEdit is opening my CHMODed
777 files as REad-Only!?!?
[03:21] <jimmypw> night all
[03:21] <Cirvin_Fox> how do i intercept data being written to /dev/dsp
and route it to /dev/dsp1?
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[03:21] <Super> probably the update "upgraded "
[03:21] <eck0> its chmod u+x
[03:21] <Nicolae> Another question: Can you force an SATA drive from PIO0
to UDMA?
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[03:21] <Super> the modules of the kernel and they are not compatible
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[03:22] <megauei> hi, where can I find the firefox 2 installation
[03:22] <Alakazamz0r> megauei,
[03:22] <Super> i removed my old kernel and now i am using the 2.6.17s
[03:22] <megauei> tnx
[03:22] <bimberi> music_man_nz: check the permissions of the directory
that the files are in
[03:22] <bianconeri> For now I just need GRUB to list the newest kernel
[03:22] <eck0> does anyone else have trouble installing nvidia drivers
[03:22] <music_man_nz> bimberl: thanks
[03:22] <anto9us> diodorus, verify that drive parameters are correct or
set to auto in the bios would be the first thing I'd check
[03:22] <Cirvin_Fox> how do i intercept data being written to /dev/dsp
and route it to /dev/dsp1?
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[03:23] <Nicolae> Can you use a symbolic link? ln -s /dev/dsp /dev/dsp1
[03:23] <Cirvin_Fox> will try
[03:23] <eck0> or does anyone know were i can get an installer for the
nvidia card without using from thier site
[03:23] <bianconeri> Plus Nautilus is not loading:S
[03:23] <eck0> cuz the one on thier site is messed up
[03:23] <Super> then if you are sure, do # sudo gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst
and copy the lines from the old kernel
[03:23] <diodorus> gparted gives the error" he kernel is unable to re-
read the partitiontables on the following devices: /dev/sda "
[03:23] <Super> and update the numbers
[03:23] <music_man_nz> STill not going
[03:23] <Nicolae> Cirvin_Fox: you may have to use sudo to do it
[03:23] <music_man_nz> Directory is 777 and so are the files
[03:24] <diodorus> it then says "Because of this you iwll only have
limited access to these devices. Unmount all mounted partitions on a
device to get full access."
[03:24] <bianconeri> thats tricky business
[03:24] <anto9us> diodorus, have you checked the bios?
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[03:24] <Super> but i really do not get it why the update-grub does not
[03:24] <desi_> how to enable su
[03:24] <diodorus> anto9us, what for?
[03:24] <eck0> sudo
[03:24] <Super> wait a little if somebody knows more about this issue
[03:24] <eck0> sudo then command
[03:24] <eck0> and it will ask for ur admin pw
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[03:24] <AdamKili> hey guys will Firefox automaticallay update or do i
need to do it manually?
[03:24] <bianconeri> this ubuntu distibution is not the default
[03:25] <Super> bianconeri: can you check something for me
[03:25] <Flannel> !tell desi_ about sudo
[03:25] <anto9us> diodorus, that drive parameters are correct or set to
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[03:25] <iamtheric> doesnt anyone use visualboyadvance?
[03:25] <bianconeri> could that have to do something with it?
[03:25] <Super> what version of xserver-xorg-core do you have installed?
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[03:25] <eck0> me
[03:25] <Flannel> desi_: ubuntu uses sudo, not su. The page ubotu sent
you has information on how it all works, and why.
[03:25] <eck0> you need cedega to open it
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[03:25] <Cirvin_Fox> negative, it wont allow me to make a symbolic link
because /dev/dsp already exists
[03:25] <diodorus> anto9us, I'm trying to install ubuntu to an external
usb harddrive.
[03:25] <moshe_> hello folks
[03:25] <Nicolae> Oh. /dev/dsp1 /dev/dsp then
[03:25] <Flannel> AdamKili: FFs updates will happen normally with all
your other software updates, but not via FF itself
[03:25] <Super> i am running edgy too but X is driving me nuts
[03:25] <bianconeri> command?
[03:25] <moshe_> is firefox going to be updated to 2.0 in dapper?
[03:26] <moshe_> or has it already?
[03:26] <Flannel> moshe_: no. And it wont be
[03:26] <bazz> i'm looking for a bittorrent client that supports rss
(auto-download) and adding of new torrents/feeds over a web interface. i
know azureus can do this but i was wondering if there is anything with a
slightly smaller footprint (ideally no gui as i'll never be looking at
[03:26] <bazz> ohh, and stats over a web interface would be nice too
[03:26] <anto9us> diodorus, ok, are you using the alternate cd? I think
it needs that.
[03:26] <moshe_> just security fixes in 1.5?
[03:26] <Cirvin_Fox> that fails as well
[03:26] <Super> sudo dpkg -l xserver-xorg-core
[03:26] <Nicolae> no idea, then. sorry :/
[03:26] <Flannel> moshe_: or at least, not in the official repositories,
there might be a FF2 deb on seveas' repostories, or otherwise. Right,
just security fixes.
[03:26] <sc0tt> bazz: there was a php script that did all that
[03:26] <sc0tt> i don't remember its name
[03:26] <cliffd> is there a certain reason to install or not install the
X64 version? I have an Athlon64 cpu.
[03:26] <sc0tt> but it was _really_ nice
[03:27] <Super> probably 1.1.1-0ubuntu10
[03:27] <eck0> does anyone know the APt-get command to get nvidia
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[03:27] <bazz> sc0tt: hrm, i'll google around a bit and see if i can find
[03:27] <moshe_> I'm not liking edgy and I'm going to downgrade back to
comfortable dapper. That's why I'm asking.
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[03:27] <sc0tt> eck0: I think you have to get them form their site
[03:27] <fatbrain> How do I replace firefox 1.5.xxx with new 2.0?
[03:27] <sc0tt> from*
[03:27] <Xenguy> moshe_: if there isn't a backport anytime soon, I'll be
a monkey's uncle =)
[03:27] <moshe_> edgy is a little too.... edgy for me. :)
[03:27] <diodorus> anto9us, I don't know what the alternative cd is. The
cd I have is the live cd for casper 6.06 TLS
[03:27] <eck0> that one doesnt work well
[03:27] <bazz> sc0tt: torrentflux by any chance?
[03:27] <jrib> fatbrain: edgy will have firefox2.0. It will be released
as stable in 2 days
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[03:27] <Flannel> !Tell eck0 about nvidia
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[03:28] <AdamKili> Flannel: ok i have no idea what FF updates are, but
i'll check my Firefox version in a few days and if it's not 2 then i'll
come back here
[03:28] <Flannel> AdamKili: It won't be 2. At least, not in Dapper.
[03:28] <anto9us> diodorus, there's an alternate cd, I needed it to set
up on raid, I imagine USB to be same issue
[03:28] <Xenguy> jrib: 2 days?! you are joking
[03:28] <sc0tt> bazz: sounded something like that
[03:28] <bazz> sc0tt: just found it, looks perfect, thanks much :)
[03:28] <sc0tt> no problem
[03:28] <sc0tt> :)
[03:28] <jrib> Xenguy: nope! :)
[03:28] <bianconeri> ii xserver-xorg-c 1.1.1-0ubuntu1 X.Org X server --
core server
[03:29] <Xenguy> jrib: get outta here
[03:29] <Cirvin_Fox> perhaps there is a way to make /dev/dsp represent my
second sound card?
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[03:29] <Cirvin_Fox> or remove /dev/dsp
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[03:29] <Super> bianconeri: thanks men
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[03:29] <Super> *man, i have the same
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[03:29] <Super> but i need to downgrade it
[03:29] <Nicolae> Cirvin_Fox: can you rm -f /dev/dsp1 and try to ln -s
[03:29] <diodorus> anto9us, ah. I see what you are saying. Yes, I'm aware
of the modifications I need to make to certain files in order for ubuntu
to recognize and support my usb device. It actually recognizes it right
now, so it should be able to install to my external HD.
[03:29] <Cirvin_Fox> i dont want dsp1 to go away
[03:30] <bianconeri> So any ideas on my problem Super? Guys?
[03:30] <moshe_> hmmm
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[03:30] <axisys> is there a ubuntu pkg for firefox 2.0?
[03:30] <Nicolae> remove /dev/dsp, then. Same way
[03:30] <Flannel> axisys: no
[03:30] <moshe_> why do firefox's fonts look different in gnome than they
do in xfce?
[03:30] <moshe_> weird
[03:30] <Nicolae> then try to link it to /dev/dsp1
[03:30] <riddlebox> I installed the nvidia drivers and now my system is
locking up?
[03:30] <Cirvin_Fox> ok, that may have done it
[03:30] <axisys> Flannel: thnx
[03:31] <moshe_> oh forget it.
[03:31] <moshe_> no big deal
[03:31] <Cirvin_Fox> verifying...
[03:31] <AdamKili> Flannel: y?
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[03:32] <Super> what version of grub do you have? sudo dpkg -l grub
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[03:32] <LinuxGuy2006> when edgy comes out how do I stop it from showing
up in the updater and nagging me to upgrade?
[03:32] <Flannel> AdamKili: because each release is frozen at specific
versions of things, they recieve nothing but bugfixes/etc during their
[03:32] <Arrick> Flannel, you got a minute for a pm?
[03:32] <Flannel> Arrick: sure
[03:32] <Cirvin_Fox> score!
[03:33] <Cirvin_Fox> worked perfectly, thanks for the help!
[03:33] <AdamKili> Flannel: and so the next release is Edgy? when's
that's set to release?
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[03:33] <Flannel> AdamKili: thursday
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[03:33] <bianconeri> Super http://pastebin.ca/220161
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[03:34] <Xenguy> jrib: sh*t you were serious :0
[03:34] <jrib> Xenguy: lol...
[03:34] <AdamKili> Flannel: whoa and does the update notifier pop up and
it downloads it and i'm all set, or is it more complicated? (i've not
been using linux more than 1 1/2 weeks)
[03:34] <Xenguy> jrib: somehow in my mind Edgy was just ... out there on
the edge somewhere ;-)
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[03:35] <Flannel> AdamKili: basically. Although since youre upgrading
from a LTS, I'm prtty sure it won't be nearly as prominent as Dappers was
[03:35] <LinuxGuy2006> when edgy comes out how do I stop it from showing
up in the updater and nagging me to upgrade?
[03:35] <Flannel> LinuxGuy2006: that last comment is for you too. I
think once you dismiss the upgrade thing once, it'll stop.
[03:35] <LinuxGuy2006> oh ok
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[03:35] <LinuxGuy2006> and when does FF2 come to dapper
[03:35] <Flannel> LinuxGuy2006: never
[03:35] <LinuxGuy2006> WHAT?
[03:36] <Xenguy> mwuhah
[03:36] <Homer> when is ubunti bambi fawm comming out
[03:36] <dabaR> it is stable, and no new apps come into it...
[03:36] <Super> bianconeri - that is what you get when you do the dpkg -l
[03:36] <Homer> fawn
[03:36] <Flannel> LinuxGuy2006: never in an official repository, I'm sure
there'll be unofficial debs of it places, seveas will probably have one
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[03:36] <Arrick> have a grand night Flannel
[03:36] <dabaR> Homer: go read the ubuntu web site about releases
[03:36] <bianconeri> Super - Yes
[03:36] <AdamKili> Flannel: thank you
[03:36] <Flannel> LinuxGuy2006: version in all ubuntu releases are
frozen, only bugfixes/etc after release
[03:36] <Super> hmm.
[03:36] <Super> things seem a little complicated
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[03:37] <Super> it seems that your grub is a little messed up and that is
not good
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[03:37] <Super> because it is usually installed in the MBR of the hard
drive and if things do not go well it can mess up a lot
[03:37] <Super> do you have a backup?
[03:37] <quib> hi i got a problem with sudo, if someone could help me :S
[03:37] <Super> just in case?
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[03:38] <dabaR> what is the problem, quib
[03:38] <jingling> hello
[03:38] <bianconeri> backup of my system?
[03:38] <LinuxGuy2006> but FF1.5 is built into dapper, if you upgrade it
wont that break it?
[03:38] <bianconeri> I could backup my home folder
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[03:39] <quib> i just install ubuntu oem, and i create a new user after
the instalation with the oem user, and I deleted the oem user after,
now my new user dont have sudo :S
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[03:39] <Super> you have only linux?
[03:39] <bianconeri> yes three partitions
[03:39] <jstarcher> i DO
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[03:40] <dabaR> quib: reboot, start in single user mode and run adduser
<user> admin
[03:40] <Super> ok, just in case do a backup of the home somewhere
[03:40] <bianconeri> this one (dapper updated to edgy, edgy installed a
month ago, and CentOS)
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[03:40] <quib> ! cool thx :)
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[03:40] <jstarcher> I have this thing that is running called java_vm and
it's at 100% load all night. I can't kill it, I've tried everything but a
reboot. What do I do? Nothing else is running and I don't know why that
[03:40] <dabaR> quib: maybe it is called safe mode, or something
[03:40] <Clinton__> What's a good CPU monitor for KDE's applet panel?
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[03:41] <quib> yeah i have gone to recevory mode its root acess
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[03:41] <Super> did you install centos later?
[03:41] <dabaR> recovery mode, right
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[03:41] <Snake> What program can I use to make brocures?
[03:41] <SeanTater> I used <img>'s in <a href>'s, but I always get a blue
box around it in firefox. How do I fix that?
[03:41] <ace> what is the name of the w32 font package?
[03:41] <quib> and will it do the system-edmin menu too? :S
[03:41] <Super> do not quote me on that but grub might be reading the
kernel list from the centos partition
[03:41] <Clinton__> ace: msttcorefonts
[03:42] <Super> bianconeri?
[03:42] <quib> admin*
[03:42] <Snake> SeanTater: add border="0" in your img tag
[03:42] <bianconeri> in this order 1-This ubuntu (Dapper-->Edgy) 2-Centos
3-Edgy the 3rd is the default
[03:42] <SeanTater> Snake: Thanks!
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[03:42] <Snake> SeanTater: np
[03:42] <Snake> What program can I use to make brocures?
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[03:43] <Xenguy> jrib: I should have known there was a catch - can you
say "Release Candidate" ? :P
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[03:43] <Super> do a backup of the home folder
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[03:43] <Xenguy> Snake: scribus = DTP (desktop publishing)
[03:43] <jrib> Xenguy: well the release candidate was a few days ago, the
actual final release is (afaik) still planned for the 26th
[03:43] <Snake> Xenguy: thanks :-)
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[03:44] <dabaR> Snake: scribus I think.
[03:44] <Xenguy> Snake: yw
[03:44] <anto9us> Snake, openoffice.org writer or draw, inkscape, scribus
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[03:44] <dabaR> Xenguy: ...
[03:44] <Xenguy> jrib: I'm reading this:
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[03:44] <Lord_Rage> Can someone help me with a small Ubuntu problem?
[03:44] <xipietotec> aww.....tilda no longer works...
[03:45] <jrib> !helpme | Lord_Rage
[03:45] <Xenguy> dabaR: hi (your nick is familiar)
[03:45] <dabaR> Lord_Rage: state it
[03:45] <Nameeater> how can I change my default multimedia player?
[03:45] <ubotu> Lord_Rage: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your
question :)
[03:45] <bianconeri> ok
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[03:45] <bianconeri> whats ur idea?
[03:45] <dabaR> Xenguy: i get around;) not really, I come here often
though. You just answered Snake with the same program I was about to
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[03:45] <Lord_Rage> Well, can I just extract the Ubuntu .iso, and install
straight from the HD? Or is that impossible? My laptops CD drive is
[03:46] <anto9us> Nameeater, right click a media file, select properties,
open with, and you can then choose your preferred application for that
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[03:46] <ricanelite> how can i replace the dapper with edgy, I remember
typing something in my terminal and it open up a edit program and then i
said replace dapper with edgy and select replace all and it did it for me
[03:46] <Super> once you are do do this#sudo grub-install /dev/XXX
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[03:46] <Super> where XXX is you hard drive
[03:46] <dabaR> !upgrade
[03:46] <ubotu> Upgrading, please see the instructions on:
[03:47] <Xenguy> dabaR: ah, gotcha
[03:47] <SpudDogg> Does anyone know the package I need to watch .WMVs on
my computer?
[03:47] <Super> bianconeri: NOT your partition
[03:47] <Chad207> hey question - is the Edgy release candidate that's out
right now gonna be much different than the one that's getting released on
the 26th?
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[03:47] <Super> carefull
[03:47] <eck0> hey how do i remove hardware
[03:47] <Xenguy> !codecs > SpudDogg
[03:47] <eck0> well uninstall it
[03:47] <eck0> it still shows that i got an ati card when i have a nvidia
[03:47] <dabaR> Chad207: no different in terms of app versions. only bug
fixes are allowed now
[03:47] <DigitalNinja> chad207: Good question. I'm sucking down the ISO
right now. Can't be that different but you never know
[03:48] <bianconeri> kinda stupid question but how would i know my
hardrive from the partition?
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[03:48] <slop|lap> if i plug a ps2 mouse into my laptop, how can i make
it work without restarting?
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[03:48] <Chad207> DigitalNinja: ya think it's safe to go ahead and
upgrade from dpper permanently today?
[03:48] <DigitalNinja> bianconeri: No such thing as a supid question.
Suped people are the ones who don't ask anything.
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[03:49] <anto9us> bianconeri, the convention for is HD(letter)(number)
where letter indicates drive and number is the partition on that drive
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[03:49] <dabaR> bianconeri: what are you exactly asking, I do not think
is clear
[03:49] <DigitalNinja> bianconeri: wup! put the "t" where needed
[03:49] <Super> the partition would have something like XXX1
[03:49] <Super> or XXX2
[03:49] <Nicolae> question: SATA drives throw errors in kern.log.
Ratchets down to PIO0, continues until I dismount/remount it. Only
happens when I try to transfer more than 5 gigs or so. Getting annoying.
Compiled 2.6.18-mm3, so at least it doesn't lock the system up, but makes
the drive pretty much unusable until reboot.
[03:49] <iamtheric> !mednafen
[03:49] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about mednafen - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[03:49] <Super> hda1 is the partition, hda is the drive
[03:49] <desi_> how do I find the hostname of my computer
[03:50] <ricanelite> can anyone help me out please
[03:50] <Super> uname -a
[03:50] <DigitalNinja> bianconeri: Is the drive EIDE or SATA
[03:50] <dabaR> desi_: hostname is the command
[03:50] <Super> desi_
[03:50] <dabaR> ricanelite: if you ask a question we will try
[03:50] <Super> DigitalNinja
[03:50] <bianconeri> Ok Ninja noted. Anto9us: I am replying to Super
where he was saying use the whole drive not the partition
[03:50] <DigitalNinja> Super: Yup!
[03:50] <diodorus> nt
[03:51] <Super> have a look at bianconeri
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[03:51] <Super> bicause it is a little complicated
[03:51] <bianconeri> DigitalNinja: Honestly I do not know
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[03:51] <Super> i think that the grub is reading the menu.lst from the
other partition
[03:51] <Super> but i am not sure
[03:51] <bianconeri> but my drives begin with HDA not SDA
[03:51] <dabaR> ricanelite: you want to know how to upgrade? ubotu posted
you a link to a web site with that info right after you asked.
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[03:51] <Super> after the installation i do not want him to lose the
entry of the centos
[03:52] <DigitalNinja> bianconeri: type the following: fdisk -l
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[03:52] <ricanelite> okay, I will like to change dapper to edgy, now i
remember opening up my terminal and typing in a command which open up a
edit program which I could replace dapper to edgy and i selected replace
all and thats i was done
[03:52] <dabaR> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EdgyUpgrades
[03:52] <Chad207> Question: if I install Edgy today, will I be able to
upgrde to the actual release version when it comes out?
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[03:52] <bianconeri> Oh and did i mention that Nautilus isnt launching
also?:D ...will do DigitalNinja
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[03:52] <Super> Hey people, did anybody downgrade Xserver-xorg in Edgy
[03:52] <DigitalNinja> bianconeri: If what you get back is "sd" something
then they are SATA drives. If it sayas "hd" something it's EIDE
[03:52] <dabaR> ricanelite: see the link?
[03:53] <DigitalNinja> clear
[03:53] <gnomefreak> Super: edgy = #ubuntu+1
[03:53] <bianconeri> Ninja: Ok then its SATA
[03:53] <Super> gnomefreak: Niceeeee
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[03:53] <Super> thanks men
[03:53] <anto9us> Chad207, that should be automatic, yes, you'll find
there will be just a few package upgrades I suspect
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[03:53] <bianconeri> Gnomefreak: So I am in the wrong channel?
[03:53] <dabaR> Chad207: off course
[03:54] <dabaR> bianconeri: to ask edgy questions that channel is still
the right one
[03:54] <Chad207> anto9us: thanks
[03:54] <Borat> does anyone know how to get certain themes to do a
19pixel Gnome panel?
[03:54] <gnomefreak> bianconeri: all edgy related questions/support
topics need to be in #ubuntu+1
[03:54] <Nicolae> Oops.
[03:54] <DigitalNinja> Super: Down grade?? Why would they want to do
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[03:54] <iamtheric> know anygood emulators for gameboy that have
gameshark capability?
[03:54] <Shadow_mil> how can I print the value of pi?
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[03:54] <NickGarvey> Shadow_mil: in what?
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[03:54] <Chad207> dabaR: everyone else is asking off-topic questions as
[03:54] <oblib> Was there some update lately that enabled screen
blanking? I can't get my computer to stop blanking the screen after a few
minutes -- it didn't used to
[03:54] <Shadow_mil> NickGarvey: bash
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[03:55] <Super> DigitalNinja: because the update crashed X
[03:55] <dabaR> Chad207: I don't care, I just provided him with the info
[03:55] <Borat> Only a few gnome themes support 19pixel gnome panels, how
do you transform themes to do that?
[03:55] <oblib> I've disabled (and uninstalled) all screensavers, and
even looked in gconf
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[03:55] <NickGarvey> Shadow_mil: um.. "python" and the "import math" and
then "print math.pi"
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[03:55] <SpudDogg> !w32codecs
[03:55] <ubotu> For multimedia issues, this page has useful information:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also
http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html -
But please use free formats if you can:
[03:55] <DigitalNinja> Super: What's this about crashing X? My X isn't
working at the moment. Maybe that's my problem
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[03:55] <Super> i am supposed to do apt-get install xserver-xorg-
[03:55] <lampshade> Anyone here happen to know how to edit the right
click "Open With" menu? I want to add an arg to an entry that already
[03:56] <Super> it is a problem with everybody
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[03:56] <DigitalNinja> Super: What does that command do?
[03:56] <maxfla1> Now I have compiled the kernel.. is there anthing else
I have to do acept adding it to the grub list?
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[03:56] <Super> nothing it says that the package was not found
[03:56] <Super> probably my mirror has not the latest list
[03:56] <SpudDogg> I have installed w32codecs and followed the guide
here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=1649012     but for some
reason I still cannot play WMVs any ideas?
[03:56] <bianconeri> Ok guys this is my problem: I upgraded today from
dapper to edgy. And these are the problems: 1-the new kernel does not
appear in Grub 2-when loading (Loading Kernel Drivers)-->FAILED 3-
Nautilus is not working 4-Continuous popping up of the bug tool (I
uninstalled it) 5- the desktop seems non-responsive, no icons and can't
change background its just a light brown solid background
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[03:56] <ricanelite> i just went into Adept and change the distrobution
to edgy and thats it so far it seems to be working
[03:56] <Shadow_mil> NickGarvey: what line though?
[03:56] <kk_pdx> what's a url for one of the sites where someone can
cutpaste code or config snippets to share?
[03:56] <Super> vier
[03:56] <NickGarvey> Shadow_mil: (echo "import math" && echo "print
math.pi") | python
[03:56] <bruenig> Super, try apt-get install xserver-xorg-core
[03:56] <NickGarvey> Shadow_mil: that command will do it
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[03:56] <DigitalNinja> Super: What was the problem with the X server? I
wonder if I have the same problem or version
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[03:57] <noway_> I am trying to add my windows partition to the grub boot
menu, and I am in menu.lst ... I know its /dev/sda2 but I dont know if
its (hd1,0) or what
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[03:57] <dabaR> lampshade: does not look like there is a way. Maybe
somewhere in gconf, but it would likely be easier to just add a custom
command to thwe open with menu
[03:57] <bruenig> noway, it would be hd0,1 assuming it is the second
partition on your first hard drive
[03:57] <Super> DigitalNinja: no servers found -iget a: module abi major
version (0) doesn't mach ...
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[03:57] <SpudDogg> I have installed w32codecs and followed the guide
here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=1649012    but for some
reason I still cannot play WMVs any ideas?
[03:57] <noway_> bruenig, ahh ok, thank you
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[03:58] <Chad293> daba: sorry, thought you meant "off course"
[03:58] <Super> for all the possble drivers, ati, vesa, radeon ...
[03:58] <Super> so basically i can not find the old package
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[03:58] <snoops> SpudDogg the newer wmv's with DRM still can't be played
I believe
[03:58] <DigitalNinja> Super: Are you upgrading X or down grading X?
[03:58] <dabaR> kk_pdx: paste.ubuntu-nl.org. is it in the topic?
[03:58] <blanny> can someone tell me what i should do when module-
assistant does build the entire driver set?
[03:58] <Super> I upgraded it and now i want to downgrade to make it work
[03:59] <DigitalNinja> I see
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[03:59] <SpudDogg> snoops: this is actually a home video, and I
seriously doubt it has DRM.
[03:59] <Super> i will try the ubuntu+1
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[03:59] <DigitalNinja> Super: What version do you have
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[03:59] <blanny> im trying to get tiglusb from timodules-dev but module-
assistant only wants to make tipar and not tiglusb
[03:59] <Super> probably somebody has a URL
[03:59] <snoops> ah, right.. what players have you tried SpudDogg?
[03:59] <Homer> cc c
[03:59] <SpudDogg> just totem
[03:59] <bianconeri> anyone??
[03:59] <oblib> Was there some update lately that enabled screen
blanking? I can't get my computer to stop blanking the screen after a few
minutes -- it didn't used to
[03:59] <Super> xserver-xorf-core 1.1.1-oubuntu10
[04:00] <SpudDogg> snoops, think i should try kaffeine?
[04:00] <riddlebox> what can I do about nvidia drivers locking up my
[04:00] <snoops> I'd give mplayer a go
[04:00] <Super> DigitalNinja: my spelling skills today rock :))
[04:00] <DigitalNinja> Super: How do I find out the version I have
[04:00] <Super> dpkg -l xserver-xorg-core
[04:00] <dabaR> bianconeri: /j #ubuntu+1
[04:01] <DigitalNinja> riddlebox: Join the club! I was hoping to spend
the day playing battlefield 1942 on my new nvidia card but no luck
[04:01] <snoops> and where did you install the w32 codecs from?
[04:01] <DigitalNinja> Super: xserver-xorg-c 1.0.2-0ubuntu1 X.Org X
server -- core server
[04:02] <riddlebox> DigitalNinja, I actually installed edgy because I
thought it was something in dapper but still have the problem in edgy
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[04:02] <Super> yes, that is the one i want
[04:02] <blanny> can someone tell me how i specify which drivers module-
assistant will make from a set?
[04:02] <Super> let me change the sources.list to dapper and see
[04:02] <DigitalNinja> riddlebox: What kind of problems are you having?
My box locks up on me and the screen truns to garbage
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[04:03] <snoops> is there a list of bug fixes from dapper to edgy?
[04:03] <riddlebox> DigitalNinja, my box locks up and I can only move the
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[04:03] <DigitalNinja> riddlebox: That happens to me as well
[04:03] <fnf> Is there anyone using nfsclient ?.
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[04:03] <Flannel> snoops: Edgy isn't really 'bugfixes' from dapper, it's
new versions of everything
[04:03] <mumrah> should i upgrade to 6.10, or is it still too beta
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[04:03] <DigitalNinja> riddlebox: What kind of hard ware are you using
[04:04] <sc0tt_> gets released tomorrow doesn't it?
[04:04] <snoops> yeah I realise that Flannel, but I was hoping there
would also be some bug fixes from dapper
[04:04] <riddlebox> DigitalNinja, nvidia geforce 5200
[04:04] <eegore> does somebody know what I need to put in my xorg to get
the system to see the eight mouse buttons I have?
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[04:04] <oblib> Can anyone tell me how to make my computer stop blanking
the screen after a few minutes of idleness?
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[04:04] <snoops> eegore, you'll need to use the evdev driver, and point
it to a different place for hardware and such..
[04:05] <snoops> if you follow say an mx1000 guide
[04:05] <DigitalNinja> riddlebox: nvidia geforce nx7600 on a epox geforce
6100 motherboard
[04:05] <snoops> it should outline what you need to do for yours
[04:05] <dabaR> oblib: is it software or hardware?
[04:05] <eegore> snoops: evdev driver
[04:05] <eegore> ?
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[04:05] <jl_> oblib change screensaver timeout
[04:05] <SpudDogg> snoops, turns out all you need to play the encrypted
WMVs and DVDs is this .deb      http://developers.videolan.org/libdvdcss/
[04:05] <fnf> oblib: take a look at the man pages of xset, under dpms
[04:05] <DigitalNinja> riddlebox: I've got a thread going on the mailing
[04:05] <oblib> dabaR, and jl_ screensaver is disabled.
[04:05] <Flannel> snoops: well, yes, theoretically the new versions
already have all the fixes that were put into dapper
[04:06] <oblib> fnf, DPMS is disabled, can xset still mess with stuff?
[04:06] <snoops> Flannel, just wanted a list of known fixes, however
small it is ;)
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[04:06] <fnf> oblib: how to you know it was disabled ?
[04:06] <Flannel> snoops: I don't believe one exists, no.
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[04:06] <meheren> how do I get opera to identify itself as ie
[04:06] <meheren> or firefox... or epiphany
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[04:06] <snoops> eegore right, your xorg.cong using the mouse driver,
instead of evdev..what mouse is it?
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[04:07] <oblib> fnf, I told it so in my xorg.conf, and MythTV detects it
as disabled
[04:07] <mumrah> so should i stick with Dapper? or is Edgy worth the
upgrade right now
[04:07] <MrBond82> Can someone help me setup dhcp server for eth1 but not
eth0, and can someone help me run get bind/named working so that I can
use my gateway Ip to do dns lookups on behalf of my clients?
[04:07] <SpudDogg> !edgy
[04:07] <ubotu> edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[04:07] <Flannel> meheren: You'd have to change the UA it sends out.
It... might be in the configuration
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[04:07] <SpudDogg> !schedule
[04:07] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
[04:07] <bruenig> mumrah, two days, I would just wait for the final
[04:07] <eegore> logitech mx518
[04:07] <Flannel> Edgy is scheduled for release on the 26th
[04:07] <mumrah> bruenig: ok, will do
[04:07] <oblib> fnf, I just tried 'xset -dpms' I'll see if that helps
[04:08] <mumrah> bruening, will i be able to upgrade without a full
[04:08] <meheren> flannel, any idea where this configuration is?
[04:08] <dabaR> MrBond82: what dhcp server?
[04:08] <snoops> eegore then yes, definitely need to use the evdev driver
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[04:08] <fnf> oblib: It seems to be out of my reach here, but I'd try to
re-enable it and run 'xset dpms 0 0 0' to practically disable all kinds
of blanking. Just a check.
[04:08] <eegore> snoops: is there a howto?
[04:08] <bruenig> mumrah, you should be able to upgrade like in the past,
i.e. without a full reinstall, unless you want a full reinstall which can
be done also
[04:08] <MrBond82> dabaR-- no idea to tell you the truth... I installed
ubuntu dapper server CD and i saw it installed dhcp3-client so I wonder
if I gotta use dhcp3-serer as well?
[04:08] <Flannel> meheren: the ... options menu item or whatever?
[04:08] <snoops> yep, there will be howto's in the ubuntu forums and
howtos all over google eegore
[04:09] <meheren> flannel, under firefox? or opera or epiphany
[04:09] <oblib> fnf, weird thing is that it didn't used to, so I figure
some recent update changed something.
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[04:09] <Flannel> meheren: Opera... FF you can get a plugin to do it,
User Agent switcher. Epiphany,... no idea. try googling, or poke around
the options
[04:09] <Chad448> hey guys got a quick rdiff-backup question
[04:09] <meheren> ok... thanks for your help
[04:10] <mumrah> bruenig, thanks
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[04:10] <dabaR> MrBond82: you want just any dhcp server, then, right? I
use dnsmasq and it has one self-explanatory config file in which you can
set which interface to run it on
[04:11] <dabaR> MrBond82: now, I am saying this out of memory, let me
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[04:11] <fnf> oblib: Yup, there're things that's not totally obvious,
even in OSS such as Linux, me has the same minor issue with portmap about
it automatically starts at boot time, no matter what I told it not to.
[04:11] <SpudDogg> Does anyone know if doing my financial planning with a
program like "KMyMoney" is secure enough?
[04:12] <dabaR> MrBond82: ya, my memory was correct.
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[04:12] <MrBond82> dabar- what is dnsmasq ?
[04:12] <SpudDogg> snoops did you get my last message to you?
[04:13] <dabaR> MrBond82: a dns masquerading dhcp server
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[04:13] <snoops> SpudDogg the libdvdcss one?
[04:13] <dabaR> MrBond82: meaning it does dns as well
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[04:13] <SpudDogg> snoops, yea that was the one. you didnt comment, and
i just wanted to make sure you got it. i thought it was a pretty handy
piece of info
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[04:15] <dabaR> MrBond82: they have a tutorial here:
_starter_guide/ch07s04.html it is not for dnsmasq, though.
[04:15] <SpudDogg> Does anyone know if doing my financial planning with a
program like "KMyMoney" is secure enough?
[04:16] <SpudDogg> !edgy
[04:16] <ubotu> edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[04:16] <SpudDogg> !schedule
[04:16] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
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[04:18] <w30> SpudDogg, as secure as your operating system is, I would
[04:18] <varsendaggr> i think i have a key logger....    is there any way
to find out?
[04:18] <MrBond82> what the frig is up with there being config files in
/etc/default ?
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[04:20] <abbi2b> hey ! I installed i686 smp kernel on my laptop but it
[04:20] <MrBond82> varsendaggr-- ps aux
[04:20] <MrBond82> varsendaggr-- look for anything weird
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[04:20] <nol13> hi i need help, all of a sudden my scroll wheel doesnt
work, anyone have any idea why this might be?    it could have something
to do with a short power outage cuz it hasnt worked since, but everything
else is fine so i dunno. how can i fix this?
[04:20] <MrBond82> varsendaggr-- go to google and check each process to
see if there are any funny ones
[04:20] <abbi2b> the default i386 works fine
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[04:21] <wweasel> Is there a command I can pass in Bash to lock the
[04:21] <Xenguy> So Edgy is being released like a month early?!
[04:21] <Xenguy> wweasel: man vlock
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[04:21] <Xenguy> wweasel: that may or may not be what you want actually
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[04:21] <wweasel> Xenguy: Is that equivalent to hitting the power button
in the top right corner and choosing "Lock Screen"?
[04:22] <Xenguy> wweasel: no, I think you want to set a hotkey to lock
the screen in Gnome - is that it?
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[04:23] <wweasel> Xenguy: No, I want to set an alias in my bashrc to lock
my screen.
[04:23] <SuperMiguel> is edgy ready?
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[04:23] <livingtm> does easyubuntu work on edgy?
[04:23] <oblib> dabaR, did you have any suggestions for helping me
disable blanking?
[04:23] <Xenguy> wweasel: do you want to lock screen on the command line
(i.e. console) or in X ?
[04:23] <wweasel> Xenguy: command line
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[04:24] <Xenguy> wweasel: at the console, use 'vlock'
[04:24] <Xenguy> wweasel: in X, try: System > Preferences > Keyboard
[04:24] <dabaR> oblib: no, not really, just the really basic ideas which
you seem to have tried already
[04:24] <nol13> i like you guys, do you like me?
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[04:25] <wweasel> Xenguy: vlock looks to be just the trick. thanks
[04:25] <MrBond82> nol13 - you rock
[04:25] <Xenguy> wweasel: yw
[04:25] <nol13> thx, u2
[04:25] <Xenguy> nol13: <drawl> well now that all depends... </drawl>
[04:25] <SeanTater> Ever seen the directory listings like these:
http://ubuntu-releases.cs.umn.edu//6.06/ ? How do I embed the listings
into a web page like that?
[04:26] <SuperMiguel> is edgy ready???
[04:26] <DarkMageZ> SuperMiguel, not till the 26'th
[04:26] <SeanTater> SuperMiguel: only 99% so, it's still in RC
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[04:27] <SuperMiguel> it will be in 2 days
[04:27] <SuperMiguel> what else are they going to do?
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[04:27] <tarzeau> someone who can help me to get this built?
[04:27] <SeanTater> SuperMiguel: watch for showstopper bugs
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[04:28] <dabaR> if there are broken packages on my system, is that
definitely going to be noticed by aptitude -f install?
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[04:29] <MrBond82> Whats the difference between dhcpd and dhcp3-server ?
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[04:30] <Alakazamz0r> one serves DHCP
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[04:30] <Alakazamz0r> oh
[04:30] <Alakazamz0r> i duno
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[04:30] <linoob> hello
[04:30] <Alakazamz0r> hello
[04:30] <linoob> i need help installing firefox 2, im getting errors
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[04:31] <MrBond82> linoob - what errors?
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[04:31] <DigitalNinja> I think i have my nvidia card working
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[04:31] <DigitalNinja> I compiled from source
[04:32] <linoob> firefox/firefox-bin: error while loading shared
libraries: libmozjs.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
[04:32] <fatbrain> How can I change the default-application which runs
when I'm double-clicking a file?
[04:32] <DigitalNinja> or the tool from nvidia compiled from source
[04:32] <MrBond82> linoob-- try apt-get install libmozjs
[04:32] <DigitalNinja> time to take it out for a test drive
[04:32] <DigitalNinja> be back
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[04:32] <dabaR> fatbrain: right click on file, properties, open with
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[04:33] <linoob> i would, but thyat only has firefox 1.5, 2 was released
4 hrs ago
[04:33] <Cas> I try to get some data from a bad ext3 partition, dd stalls
when I read the partition. Is there any way how I can find out what
blocks are corrupted so I can skip them or another way to some data back?
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[04:33] <fatbrain> dabaR: that will change it that instance, but I want
all my files ending with .ext opened with a different program
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[04:33] <andresmujica> Cas: try with dd_rescue
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[04:34] <Cas> andresmujica: thanks! I will try it out!
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[04:35] <dabaR> fatbrain: it should do that.
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[04:36] <bruenig> linoob, firefox 2.0 has been out on ftp servers for 30
hours or so
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[04:37] <bruenig> and RC 3 is actually the exact same as firefox 2.0 so
if you counted that, it would be much longer
[04:37] <kitche> linoob: you can also download it right from their
[04:37] <linoob> but it hasn't been officially distributed on the website
untill tjust then
[04:37] <dabaR> anyways, I bet my life that someone will have a 2.0
firefox for dapper packaged soon, and I dare to speculate it will be in
the seveas packages
[04:37] <hansin321> join #ubuntu-boot
[04:37] <sethk> you really don't need a package for firefox. It is
simply a directory
[04:38] <bruenig> linoob, it is generally pretty easy to run the
firefoxes from thier site. Just get it extract it, cd into and ./firefox
[04:38] <dabaR> people like packages, give people what they like
[04:38] <nol13> ok never mind about the scroll wheel, switched mice and
it work now, but one more thing, my keyboad map is off, a little, the
'pipe' foward slash' key gives < and > and im not sure what map i should
switch too
[04:38] <fatbrain> dabaR: got it working, thanks
[04:38] <sethk> dabaR, I'm not objecting, just saying that people don't
have to wait for it.
[04:38] <dabaR> fatbrain: good work, welcome
[04:38] <dabaR> sethk: true
[04:39] <hansin321> Curious how people are liking Firefox 2.0 vs. 1.5.x.
[04:39] <tarzeau> hansin321: i don't like either
[04:39] <dabaR> hansin321: I use epiphany
[04:39] <bruenig> I like the default theme a little better. Not big on
the x on each tab. Have to be careful now when I switch tabs so as to not
close it
[04:39] <nol13> havent tried 2.o yet, curious as well
[04:39] <nol13> i dont like epiphany tho
[04:40] <dabaR> does it change tabs when you use the scroll wheel over
[04:40] <tarzeau> tried links2 -g ?
[04:40] <bruenig> epiphany needs a search bar, and some more extensions
and then it is usable
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[04:40] <linoob> nope, didn't run
[04:40] <Super> goodbye guys
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[04:40] <dabaR> bruenig: you can search from the address bar
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[04:40] <bruenig> google yeah
[04:41] <nol13> epiphany needs a search bar, and some more extensions and
then it is usable
[04:41] <hansin321> By the way, in an IM client, when you are responding
to someone (e.g. --> hansin321: i dont like either) is there a way to
automatically have there name start at the begining of a line, or do
people just type it in before their response. Just curious. Thanks.
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[04:41] <bruenig> dabaR, it doesn't change tabs when you scroll
[04:41] <kitche> hansin321: type part of name then press tab in your IRC
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[04:42] <nol13> bye bye phans!
[04:42] <sethk> hansin321, how would the client know to whom your comment
is directed?
[04:42] <kenshin_ds> anyone
[04:42] <hansin321> kitche: Thanks!!
[04:42] <bruenig> now it has tabs scroll across the screen which is
pretty stupid. Instead of just resizing them constantly, it has some
minimum size and if you have too many tabs to fit that minimum size, it
makes you scroll to see them
[04:42] <kenshin_ds> can send me the list of repositories extrA?
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[04:42] <kenshin_ds> ubuntuguide.org is down
[04:43] <kenshin_ds> and i can get the extra repositories
[04:43] <sethk> bruenig, doesn't it have a config option to not do that?
[04:43] <hansin321> I must have a BASH (or C or K or etc.) shell running
inside this thing ;)
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[04:43] <sethk> kenshin_ds, ordinarily they are in your file already,
albeit commented out.
[04:43] <linoob> wtf
[04:43] <bruenig> sethk, I am sure it does. Probably has a config option
on the red x too
[04:43] <kenshin_ds> sethk, hum...
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[04:44] <dabaR> bruenig: ya, epiphany does that too.
[04:44] <sethk> kenshin_ds, I can put mine on the paste site for you, but
check first
[04:44] <kenshin_ds> ok
[04:44] <hansin321> Just kidding of course. I didn't know it could do
name completion with Tab.
[04:44] <dabaR> what is that thing you typpe into the address bar to get
to the settings? about: properties or what was it?
[04:44] <kenshin_ds> here is all uncommented
[04:44] <kitche> dabaR: about:config
[04:45] <sethk> hansin321, you were kidding, but you were also right.
There is a common library used by applications that do tab completion.
[04:45] <kenshin_ds> sethk, if u cant paste your on a site i will be
[04:45] <kenshin_ds> *can
[04:45] <sethk> kenshin_ds, k
[04:45] <Random_Transit> can anyone tell me if firefox 2 is in the repos
[04:45] <sethk> !paste
[04:45] <ubotu> pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't
flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org
(you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)
[04:45] <jtf0518> anyone here running X11vnc with XGL and Beryl on
[04:45] <hansin321> I have not tried Edge yet. Is there a noticable
difference with the init replacement?
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[04:45] <hansin321> sethk: Thanks also.
[04:46] <linoob> whats the command to uninstall a packge
[04:46] <fiveiron> linoob, "sudo apt-get remove package-name"
[04:46] <linoob> ty
[04:46] <tarzeau> anyone going to http://nightshift.untergrund.net/ ?
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[04:47] <sethk> kenshin_ds, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28198/
[04:47] <kenshin_ds> sethk, very very thanks :D
[04:47] <Agrajag-> g'day, i just upgraded to edgy from dapper and i don't
get DRI with xorg using fglrx. in my Xorg.log i get "DRI initialization
failed! (maybe driver kernel module missing or bad)". lsmod tells me that
the fglrx module is loaded. i have the xorg-driver-fglrx and linux-
restricted-modules-generic packages installed. current kernel is 2.6.17-
10-generic. what could be wrong?
[04:47] <bruenig> ah, I figured out how to get that x off
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[04:47] <kitche> Agrajag-: see if mesalib is installed
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[04:48] <tritium> Agrajag-: #ubuntu+1 for edgy for a few more days
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[04:48] <Chippy> tritium: edgy comes out on the 26th right?
[04:48] <MrBond82> Are there any good documents that can help me setup
bind to be a dns request forwarder?
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[04:48] <linoob> wats new in edgy
[04:48] <sethk> MrBond82, why bind?
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[04:48] <MrBond82> sethk- why not?
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[04:49] <sethk> MrBond82, because that isn't what bind is designed to do.
[04:49] <dabaR> linoob: read the release candidate page from ubuntu.com
[04:49] <sethk> MrBond82, why not use, oh, apache. :) It also isn't
designed to do that.
[04:49] <tritium> Chippy: yes
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[04:49] <Lord_Rage> Can someone give me a hand on installing Ubuntu on an
old mac?
[04:49] <Chippy> tritium: thought so, thanks
[04:49] <MrBond82> sethk - what do you use then?
[04:50] <kitche> MrBond82: you mean something like a cache dns server?
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[04:50] <sethk> MrBond82, I use dbjdns, but not because bind can't do
things. bind is just too much of a PITA to deal with (IMO, although most
people running a name service on a linux box do use it)
[04:50] <MrBond82> kitche - not really even cache.. more like just to ask
my isp's dns's whenever an dns lookup is needed
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[04:50] <dabaR> linoob: this page in particular
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[04:51] <Agrajag-> kitche: apt-cache search mesalib gives nothing.
[04:51] <sethk> MrBond82, to do that, you just put the servers in
[04:51] <kitche> MrBond82: umm why not just use a router :)
[04:51] <sethk> MrBond82, you aren't running a name service, you are just
telling your own apps who to talk to.
[04:51] <franklin_> How do I access the IEEE1394 port on my laptop? or
how do I load the raw1394 module?
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[04:52] <dabaR> Lord_Rage: what exact machine?
[04:52] <MrBond82> whoa people hang on here... I got a network behind my
ubuntu box.. I need the ubuntu router's ip to be the "dns server" for all
the clients. I want the ubuntu to forward the requests to my isp's dns
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[04:52] <MrBond82> ...on behalf of my clients
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[04:52] <Lord_Rage> An ibook g3 clamshell
[04:52] <Lord_Rage> Running 9.1
[04:52] <dobbo0> is there any way to run a wine app via crontab?
[04:53] <_goofy_> any one heard of an image file with the extension .daa
[04:53] <dabaR> Lord_Rage: do you happen to know if it is an oldworld
[04:53] <Lord_Rage> I haven't a clue. How would I find out?
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[04:53] <franklin_> anyone, how do I access the IEEE1394 port on my
laptop? or how do I load the raw1394 module?
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[04:54] <SpudDogg> does anyone know why i cannot install mplayer? when i
'sudo apt-get install mplayer' i get an error saying the package has no
installation candidate. any ideas?
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[04:54] <kitche> SpudDogg becuase it's not in the repos that you have
[04:54] <dabaR> Lord_Rage: not sure:) have you seen this page and found
your computer on it?
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[04:54] <kitche> !mplayer > SpudDogg
[04:54] <SpudDogg> kitche, sup man!
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[04:55] <domster> I don't like the labels for my mounted partitions,
which show up on my desktop - and I don't want to have to label the
partitions anyway, because the labels wouldn't be correct in other cases:
how can I either rename what the show up as on the desktop, or failing
that, just remove the icons
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[04:56] <domster> and, if possible, I'd still like to have the icons in
the places menu, just not on the desktop
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[04:56] <dabaR> domster: it is an option for nautilus in the gconf-
editor. Does that help?
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[04:56] <domster> dabaR, should do
[04:56] <domster> I'll have a hunt aroun
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[04:56] <bruenig> gconf-editor, the ease of the registry in linux!
[04:56] <dabaR> cool
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[04:57] <do_kev> does anybody have experience setting up permissions with
Samba? I'm trying to get a windows machine to access my linux box, and
the Windows machine can see me on the list of workgroup computers, but
cannot access my computer or files.
[04:57] <bruenig> oh by the way if anyone cares, I found the about:config
option to remove the red x's in firefox 2.0 and to make it where you can
have 25 tabs open before it requires you to start scrolling
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[04:57] <franklin_> does anyone know how I would go about mounting a
device via the ieee1394 (4-pin firewire) port? Or how I would load or
get the raw1394 module?
[04:58] <Lord_Rage> dabaR: What page?
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[04:58] <SpudDogg> kitche, i have all the repos checked, and i still get
the same error
[04:58] <dabaR> Lord_Rage: heh https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuOnMac
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[04:59] <XyzzySqrl> Uh, hi. I'm new to Ubuntu and having kind of an
intricate and weird issue with it. Should I just blurt out the
[05:00] <dabaR> XyzzySqrl: yes
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[05:00] <wastrel> blurt!
[05:00] <wastrel> but don't paste :]
[05:00] <ArrenLex> !ask
[05:00] <ubotu> Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)
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[05:01] <boris55> can I ask a question?
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[05:01] <ArrenLex> !ask
[05:01] <ubotu> Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)
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[05:01] <sethk> boris55, you did
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[05:01] <sethk> boris55, and you only get one. :)
[05:01] <XyzzySqrl> My old drive was set up for NTFS. I'd like to read
from it. However, I think I managed, in my fumbling, to hose the FAT. It
now reads as being a Linux drive, but all the data is still stored in
NTFS format (according to Partition Commander).
[05:01] <Hal_> I am running Dapper Drake on an AMD 64, I have recently
installed ndiswrapper and am using a windows INF driver for a Netgear
wg111v2 wireless adaptor. My network access is limited, I receive pings
only from select domains, firefox won't work, and nor will gaim, I am
completely stumped. Does anyone have any suggestions?
[05:02] <Lord_Rage> dabaR: It says I need v5.4, where do I get that?
[05:02] <sethk> XyzzySqrl, that's easily fixed, but
[05:02] <boris55> dang.
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[05:02] <sethk> XyzzySqrl, it doesn't have a FAT, exactly,
[05:02] <dabaR> Lord_Rage: 5.04?
[05:02] <Led_Zeppelin> anyone here use Skype
[05:02] <dthacker> I just generated an openPGP key. It shows lots of
fields, but now I'm supposed to upload the key-id. None of these fields
are labelled key-id. what is the key-id?
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[05:02] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, check your DNS settings
[05:02] <sethk> XyzzySqrl, if nothing is changed, other than the
partition type, just use fdisk to change it back.
[05:02] <sethk> XyzzySqrl, if the partition itself hasn't been touched,
than that will work fine.
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[05:03] <Hal_> Alakazamz0r: Sorry, I have been away from Linux a good 5
years, where do I check the DNS settings?
[05:03] <sethk> XyzzySqrl, however, it's hard to understand how you got
into that position without touching the partition.
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[05:03] <Alakazamz0r> ./etc/resolv.conf
[05:03] <Lord_Rage> dabaR: Wait, nvm, I read it wrong. But yea, mines on
the list
[05:03] <Hal_> Alakazamz0r: What would I be looking for?
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[05:03] <Alakazamz0r> you need to edit that file.
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[05:03] <Alakazamz0r> mine reads: nameserver
[05:03] <Alakazamz0r> i have 2
[05:03] <dabaR> Lord_Rage: and did you try insatlling and have a problem?
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[05:04] <kingrayray> hey, guys on KDE, it seems to have issues in the
file manager with a few image types.. for example, it doesn't see JPG's
[05:04] <kingrayray> and when i try to open them
[05:04] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_,
[05:04] <kingrayray> it acts like it doesn't know how to use them
[05:04] <Hal_> OK.
[05:04] <kingrayray> but only some jpg's, its confusing :[
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[05:04] <sethk> kingrayray, that's odd, I see them.
[05:04] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, are you connected through DHCP:
[05:04] <Alakazamz0r> ?
[05:04] <sethk> kingrayray, oh, yes, only some jpegs, that's a bug
[05:04] <Hal_> Yes I think so.
[05:04] <franklin_> does anyone know how I would go about mounting a
device via the ieee1394 (4-pin firewire) port? Or how I would load or
get the raw1394 module?
[05:04] <sethk> kingrayray, not sure whether there is a fix for that yet.
[05:04] <XyzzySqrl> sethk: It's quite likely I did accidentally mess with
the partition type. Just as the partition section of the Ubuntu installed
opened there was a power hiccup. So I decided to stop and reboot and make
sure things were okay. This clearly wasn't my best move.
[05:04] <dabaR> Alakazamz0r: I think your nickname is elite, in a
positive way
[05:04] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, have you tried the "dhclient" command?
[05:05] <sethk> XyzzySqrl, well, if that's all you did, it doesn't hurt
[05:05] <kingrayray> sethk: i hope there's a fix soon, its irritating..
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[05:05] <sethk> XyzzySqrl, it only changes two bytes in the mbr.
[05:05] <kingrayray> least its a known issue, makes me feel better
[05:05] <kingrayray> thanks :)
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[05:05] <Alakazamz0r> lol dabaR, it used to be alakazam... but... someone
registered that one on me.
[05:05] <Hal_> Alakazamz0r: No, but if I have it we'll find out soon, let
me run to the next room to try it.
[05:05] <Alakazamz0r> so i had to change it.
[05:05] <Alakazamz0r> hal
[05:05] <Alakazamz0r> 2nd thought
[05:05] <Alakazamz0r> wait
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[05:05] <sethk> kingrayray, yes, indeed. I used to use konq to print the
equivalent of a contact sheet for photos.
[05:05] <XyzzySqrl> sethk: Ah, all right. Er, is there a FAQ on how I'd
change it back then, or a guide to that command?
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[05:06] <sethk> kingrayray, The kde image viewer has a mode that does
mostly the same thing, so that's what I'm using for that purpose now.
[05:06] <dthacker> I have pub, uid, and sub. Which of these is the key-
id that launchpad is asking for?
[05:06] <Alakazamz0r> system>administration>networking
[05:06] <Alakazamz0r> click the dns tab
[05:06] <sethk> XyzzySqrl, just, as root, fdisk /dev/hda   (or whichever
hd it is)
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[05:06] <Alakazamz0r> make sure something is in DNS servers section Hal_
[05:06] <sethk> XyzzySqrl, then it's all menu driven.
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[05:06] <XyzzySqrl> Ah. Thank you, I'll try that!
[05:06] <kingrayray> sethk: yeah, me too- but having icons with no icon,
well that's just a pain :P
[05:06] <sethk> XyzzySqrl, there is a menu item for change partition type
[05:06] <Lord_Rage> dabaR: Well, I click to install it, it says "the
application th created it could not be found" and I can't get it to boot
from CD with "C" or that ctrl+option+apple+Del" thing
[05:06] <sethk> kingrayray, indeed, it is
[05:06] <Hal_> Alakazamz0r: Make sure something is DNS?
[05:06] <Alakazamz0r> yes
[05:07] <sethk> kingrayray, I haven't checked lately, there could be a
fix, check the kde web site, and/or the #kde channel(sw)
[05:07] <Hal_> What do you mean?
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[05:07] <Alakazamz0r> here's some dns servers
[05:07] <Alakazamz0r> get a pen
[05:07] <Hal_> Yes, OK.
[05:07] <Alakazamz0r>
[05:07] <Alakazamz0r>
[05:07] <Alakazamz0r> if nothings there use those
[05:07] <Alakazamz0r> if something is there, add one of those as a 3rd
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[05:07] <dabaR> Lord_Rage: that is when you boot, and then you click to
[05:07] <Hal_> OK.
[05:07] <jackson> where is the python interpreter located in Ubuntu
(after installing the repo packages)?
[05:07] <Hal_> Let me give these a shot then.
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[05:07] <Alakazamz0r> :)
[05:08] <pppoe_dude> jackson, /usr/bin/python
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[05:08] <Lord_Rage> I can't get it to boot from the CD period, so I tried
to install it after booting 9.1
[05:08] <jackson> pppoe_dude: I found that, but isn't there supposed to
be a single executable which acts as the interpreter? I can't find that
[05:08] <dabaR> Lord_Rage: not possible afaik. Which CD do you have,
Lord_Rage ?
[05:09] <Lord_Rage> dabaR: A burned one
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[05:09] <sethk> jackson, /usr/bin/python
[05:09] <dabaR> Lord_Rage: what was the link you used to download it?
[05:09] <pppoe_dude> jackson, that is the interpreter.
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[05:09] <pppoe_dude> jackson, or append version number
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[05:10] <Lord_Rage> dabaR: http://ubuntu-
[05:10] <jackson> pppoe_dude, sethk: oh! right. sorry thanks
[05:10] <meheren|> yay! i just succesvully got quiktime and itunes
running on my box :)
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[05:11] <Hal_> OK Alakazamz0r: I have some news, there is a DNS server already in there, that's the wireless router. It tells me my ip
address is
[05:11] <Hal_> But that can't be right, can it?
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[05:11] <sethk> Hal_, why not?
[05:11] <Alakazamz0r> Hal, add those others i gave you
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[05:11] <XyzzySqrl> All right, let me see if that worked.
[05:11] <sethk> Hal_, perfectly valid private address
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[05:11] <meheren|> i think sites that say oh this only workes with
windows.... bla bla are so funny
[05:11] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, with as your dns server, you're
depending on your WAP for DNS.
[05:11] <dabaR> does anyone remember what web page there was mention of a
known bug in the desktop cd for dapper ppc that the installer does not
work? Or what was it, was it that manually editing part. tables does not
[05:11] <Alakazamz0r> something i never like to do
[05:11] <tz`desktop> in ubuntu, is there a way to disable the graphic
boot up mode and do a debug boot up
[05:12] <sethk> Alakazamz0r, nothing wrong with that.
[05:12] <Hal_> WAP is it?
[05:12] <meheren|> so far i have not found a single site like that, that
does not work, out of the box, with ubuntu
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[05:12] <Hal_> !WAP
[05:12] <pudland> is there a program to handle .deb files for opera?
[05:12] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about WAP - try searching on
[05:12] <Alakazamz0r> sethk, you're putting another variable in the
connectivity chain.
[05:12] <Alakazamz0r> less variables.
[05:12] <Alakazamz0r> less problems.
[05:12] <sethk> Alakazamz0r, actually, no, you are taking one out
[05:12] <Hal_> Not WEP?
[05:13] <sethk> Alakazamz0r, one less thing to configure, one less
opportunity to make a mistake
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[05:13] <Alakazamz0r> sethk, ok...
[05:13] <franklin_> pleeease, does anyone know how I would go about
mounting a device via the ieee1394 (4-pin firewire) port? Or how I would
load or get the raw1394 module?
[05:13] <Alakazamz0r> whatever man.
[05:13] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, just do as i say if you want to get it
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[05:14] <sethk> Alakazamz0r, lazy.
[05:14] <Hal_> Alakazamz0r: I do, I added your DNS addresses but to no
[05:14] <Alakazamz0r> ok
[05:14] <Hal_> I strike the same problem.
[05:14] <sethk> Hal_, if you aren't getting name resolution, your router
needs to be reconfigured
[05:14] <Alakazamz0r> can you ping those dns servers you added?
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[05:14] <sethk> Alakazamz0r, even if you set it manually, it will be
overwritten on the next dhcp cycle.
[05:14] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, listen to sethk... he obviously knows
[05:14] <sethk> Alakazamz0r, not everything, but I certainly know this.
[05:14] <Alakazamz0r> ok seth
[05:14] <Hal_> Alakazamz0r: Give a moment I will try.
[05:15] <Hal_> sethk: What do I need to reconfigure
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[05:15] <DigitalNinja> I installed the nvidia driver from source. It
still doesn't work
[05:15] <tz`desktop> anyone? ;[
[05:15] <sethk> Hal_, if you put in those addresses that Alakazamz0r gave
you, and it still didn't resolve, we are looking in the wrong place
altogether most likely
[05:15] <Alakazamz0r> 185.49.203.in-addr.arpa nameserver =
[05:15] <Alakazamz0r> 185.49.203.in-addr.arpa nameserver =
[05:15] <DigitalNinja> is the X server in Ubuntu woriking or broken in
some way?
[05:15] <Alakazamz0r> those are your dns servers Hal_
[05:15] <sethk> Hal_, try resolving a name using either the "host"
command or the "dig" command
[05:15] <kitche> DigitalNinja: you editted your xorg.conf?
[05:16] <Alakazamz0r> make sure thats in your router config
[05:16] <sethk> Hal_, both of those allow you to specify a dns server on
the command line. see if you can resolve one that way.
[05:16] <DigitalNinja> kitche: Yup! Well, I ran nvidia-xorg or something
[05:16] <dabaR> I installed another system, and its grub, so I want to
use the grub for my ubuntu again, how do I switch back to that grub being
the one used?
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[05:16] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, can you ping dns0.telstra.net?
[05:16] <sethk> Hal_, the syntax is:    host name-to-resolve dns-ip
[05:16] <kitche> DigitalNinja: sudo nvidia-xorgconfig?
[05:16] <DigitalNinja> kitche: I used glxinfo and direct rendering was
[05:17] <Alakazamz0r> kitche, dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
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[05:17] <DigitalNinja> sudo nvidia-xorgconfig
[05:17] <Hal_> Alakazamz0r: the dns addresses you gave me sent pings
back. I will try that one next.
[05:17] <Hal_> sethk: You want me to use a command line to configure my
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[05:17] <Alakazamz0r> hal if you nslookup your IP you'll get your DNS
[05:17] <Hal_> With those command you just gave me?
[05:18] <DigitalNinja> kitche: I'm thinking of doing an install of Edgy
[05:18] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, dont do it.
[05:18] <kitche> Alakazamz0r: umm ok don't know hwy you sent me that
[05:18] <Alakazamz0r> :)
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[05:18] <pluto> Physically looking at my sound card I read the following
: CT 1750 - SB 16 MCD CSP. Does this mean it's a Sound Blaster 16?
[05:18] <Alakazamz0r> i duno kitche random thought of the day.
[05:18] <sethk> Hal_, no, just to check whether you can resolve a name
[05:18] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: Whay not? Is X broken in Edgy
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[05:18] <sethk> Hal_, edit /etc/nsswitch.conf, and tell us what's on the
dns line
[05:18] <maxflax> IF there are errors booting up.. is there a log file of
the errors somewhere?
[05:19] <Alakazamz0r> no, i had some problems w/the video card drivers
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[05:19] <PFA> is there any way to get rid of the menu text on Gnome so
that it's not taking up 1/5 of my panel?
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[05:19] <sethk> Hal_, sorry, the line is hosts
[05:19] <Hal_> OK sethk, one second.
[05:19] <Alakazamz0r> pluto, does it look like this?
[05:19] <thor> maxflax: either dmesg or /var/log/messages
[05:19] <sethk> Hal_, there is a line there that will (probably) say
hosts: files dns
[05:19] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: Maybe I should intall debian stable
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[05:19] <sethk> Hal_, see if that is in fact what's there.
[05:19] <maxflax> So u all know.. compiling my own kernell and editing
the config.. made my comp 30% faster
[05:19] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, whats wrong w/ubuntu
[05:19] <Alakazamz0r> maxflax, thats doubtful.
[05:19] <JonBoon> how do i install RealPlayer10GOLD.bin?
[05:19] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: I can't get my new nvidia card
[05:19] <Hal_> sethk: There is no 'DNS' line there at all.
[05:20] <Alakazamz0r> jon_k, sh RealPlayer10GOLD.bin
[05:20] <kitche> DigitalNinja: just so you know debian stable is way out
of date
[05:20] <sethk> Hal_, the line says:     hosts:  files dns
[05:20] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, why not.
[05:20] <pluto> Alakazamz0r: I get a Not Found message from that link.
[05:20] <sethk> Hal_, normally. is there a line beginning with    hosts:
[05:20] <maxflax> Alakazamz0r, ok.. maybe not 30%.. but theres a big
diffrence i tell u
[05:20] <Alakazamz0r> http://oldman.ixbt.com/sound/creative/CT-1750(ASP)-
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[05:20] <Hal_> Yes
[05:20] <Hal_> 1 sec
[05:20] <Alakazamz0r> maxflax, maybe in boot time.
[05:20] <Hal_> "ndns"
[05:20] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: Don't know. I thought it was the
nvidia driver but someone told me the X server in Ubuntu is broken
[05:20] <sethk> maxflax, only if you had installed the wrong kernel
[05:20] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, are you in X right now?
[05:21] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: It could be hardware
[05:21] <sethk> Hal_, that's odd. try commenting out that line, and
putting in    hosts: files dns
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[05:21] <sethk> Hal_, I'll look up what ndns is supposed to mean.
[05:21] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: I'm not on my gaming box at the
moment. It is running X but it locks up all the time
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[05:21] <JonBoon> Alakazamz0r, that didnt work
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[05:21] <Alakazamz0r> JonBoon,
[05:21] <Hal_> The exact line is "hosts: files dns mdns"
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[05:21] <Alakazamz0r> do this
[05:21] <pluto> Alakazamz0r: Yes, that looks right.
[05:21] <Hal_> OK
[05:21] <DigitalNinja> kitche: Old and working is better then new and
[05:22] <sethk> Hal_, oh, that's ok then. don't give me just s piece of
the line. :)
[05:22] <Alakazamz0r> chmod +xr RealPlayer10GOLD.bin
[05:22] <Alakazamz0r> then sh RealPlayer10GOLD.bin
[05:22] <Alakazamz0r> or
[05:22] <thor> JonBoon: you need to run it as root....'sudo
[05:22] <Alakazamz0r> ./RealPlayer10GOLD.bin
[05:22] <maxflax> thor, how do I get that to a text file.. and just not
into the terminal window
[05:22] <Alakazamz0r> oh yeah, sudo
[05:22] <sethk> Hal_, is the problem that you can't resolve any names?
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[05:23] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: Any ideas why X locks up
[05:23] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, have you tried powercycling your modem?
[05:23] <JonBoon> it says the command is not found?
[05:23] <tgelter> hey guys - an easy question: where do I need to add a
line to make ~/.Xmodmap be sourced as boot time? or where is .xinit
[05:23] <thor> maxflax: type 'dmesg >dmesg.txt' at the command prompt.
[05:23] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, whats the output of
[05:23] <DigitalNinja> let me check
[05:23] <maxflax> sethk, all works.. even the soundcard.. didn't think
the nv driver would work with the new kernel but they did :)
[05:23] <thor> maxflax: or 'cat /var/log/messages > messages.txt'
[05:23] <sethk> tgelter, you have to do it after X is started, not at
boot time.
[05:23] <Alakazamz0r> why are you putting messages in a txt file.
[05:23] <Hal_> sethk: resolve any name? I can't connect to any websites,
msn, aim etc won't work
[05:24] <sethk> maxflax, nv always works. it's the nvidia driver that is
kernel sensitive.
[05:24] <JonBoon> because i dont know what im doing
[05:24] <MrU_> Does anyone know a way to make xorg autodetect all of your
display settings?
[05:24] <tgelter> sethk: and how would I do that? I just want .Xmodmap
[05:24] <sethk> Hal_, did you try using the IP instead of the name in
your web browser?
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[05:24] <Hal_> sethk: it's basically 'AS IF' there is a firewall blocking
almost everything. but firestarted (which i installed) is off.
[05:24] <sethk> tgelter, I think you want to do it in $HOME/.xinitrc
[05:24] <Hal_> Which IP?
[05:24] <maxflax> sethk, ok.. cool.. to bad the drivers kinda blows in
grapichs thou.. I get much lag with themm
[05:24] <sethk> Hal_, try a traceroute
[05:25] <thor> JonBoon: then first type 'sudo chmod a+x
[05:25] <tgelter> sethk: and if that doesn't exist
[05:25] <sethk> Hal_, try
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[05:25] <thor> JonBoon: make sure you are in the same directory as the
RealPlayer binary
[05:25] <sethk> tgelter, create it.
[05:25] <kitche> Hal_: well firestarter isn't really the firewall it's
[05:26] <tgelter> and then type "~/.Xmodmap" in it?
[05:26] <JonBoon> how do i change to my desktop?
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[05:26] <sethk> Hal_, try ping
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[05:26] <sethk> Hal_, resuming you can't, then try   traceroute
[05:26] <Gotti> hello all!
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[05:26] <thor> JonBoon: probably Alt-F7
[05:26] <tgelter> sethk: sorry, I didn't use your nick when I asked
that..."and then type "~/.Xmodmap" in it?"
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[05:27] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, do you have a cable modem and when was the
last time your powercycled it.
[05:27] <Hal_> Ok sethk: The ping worked. It worked in a browser and
actually loaded a page. The traceroute did not.
[05:27] <sethk> tgelter, yes, that's what I'm thinking. Let me check
something quickly...
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[05:28] <sethk> Hal_, so you can get to a site by ip
[05:28] <Hal_> It appears so.
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[05:28] <Hal_> Wouldn't that make it a really small problem?
[05:28] <sethk> Hal_, traceroute may be blocked for security reasons, but
it you can use http://ip then we don't need traceroute
[05:28] <dabaR> Hal_: ya, only about a few inches in all
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[05:29] <sethk> Hal_, yes, because the problem is that you can use
numbers, but not the name, which is why we were all thinking dns.
However, just to be sure, try http://www.cql.com
[05:29] <sethk> Hal_, that's the same site as the IP I gave you.
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[05:29] <Hal_> OK.
[05:29] <Hal_> 1 sec.
[05:29] <sethk> Hal_, also try this:     host www.cql.com
[05:29] <pooru> anyone here is an intellimouse explorer?
[05:29] <pooru> err use* an intellimouse*
[05:29] <sethk> Hal_, that says send a dns request to
tell me both results.
[05:29] <sethk> Hal_, if I'm not here I'll check back shortly.
[05:30] <Alakazamz0r> ATTACK!
[05:30] <Alakazamz0r> lol
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[05:30] <Alakazamz0r>
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[05:31] <Hal_> Traceroute came back with no reply 30 times. www.cql.com
does not load.
[05:31] <Hal_> But the ip still does.
[05:31] <kitche> yea it's dns
[05:31] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, its a dns issue.
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[05:31] <Alakazamz0r> A. powercycle your modem.
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[05:31] <Alakazamz0r> and router.
[05:32] <Alakazamz0r> come back
[05:32] <Alakazamz0r> if it doesn't work then
[05:32] <Alakazamz0r> i'll help you out.
[05:32] <kitche> Alakazamz0r does he have anything in his
[05:32] <Alakazamz0r> yes
[05:32] <tmr_> I tried installing the NVIDIA drivers through synaptic,
and now X just dies on start.
[05:32] <Alakazamz0r> hes gettin DNS from his router.
[05:32] <Hal_> kitche: Yes, but only the router nameserver
[05:32] <Alakazamz0r> i think his ISP had a netsplit.
[05:32] <dabaR> B?
[05:32] <Hal_> Whatever that means.
[05:32] <Hal_> lol
[05:32] <Alakazamz0r> hal
[05:32] <Hal_> Alright Alakazamz0r. I'll reboot/restart it.
[05:32] <Alakazamz0r> can you get here.
[05:33] <Alakazamz0r> http://mikeking.bounceme.net
[05:33] <kitche> Hal_: ah I usually have a few back ups but then again I
don't really use my ISP DNS either
[05:33] <sethk> Hal_, rebooting won't help
[05:33] <Alakazamz0r> Ceiling Cat!
[05:33] <sethk> I guess I'll let you guys finish this up
[05:33] <Alakazamz0r> Hal...
[05:33] <Alakazamz0r> lol
[05:33] <Hal_> I didn't think so
[05:33] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: I looked at the X log file and
couldn't find anything wrong. Not really sure what I'm looking for though
[05:33] <Hal_> Alakazamz0r...
[05:33] <Hal_> ?
[05:33] <Alakazamz0r> Seth has tried, he can continue trying
[05:33] <Alakazamz0r> or you can give this a go.
[05:33] <Alakazamz0r> its up to you
[05:33] <JonBoon> thanks, i figured it out!
[05:33] <tmr_> Says something like "NVIDIA: No matching Device section
for instance (BusID PCI1:0:0) found"
[05:33] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, do this.
[05:34] <Hal_> lol
[05:34] <Alakazamz0r> dpkg-reconfigure xserver-sorg
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[05:34] <Alakazamz0r> oh
[05:34] <Alakazamz0r> lol
[05:34] <Alakazamz0r> woah ninja.
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[05:34] <Alakazamz0r> hmm...
[05:34] <dabaR> Alakazamz0r: that hurt me, the free porn link there.
[05:34] <sethk> Hal_, let's not get Alakazamz0r all upset here. Try
working with him, and if you think I can help you afterwards, then put my
nick in a line
[05:34] <Alakazamz0r> you just installed this card?
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[05:34] <Alakazamz0r> lol dabaR thats what you get for being a pron
[05:34] <Hal_> Ok sethk, thanks for the help.
[05:35] <eternalswd> I'm trying to burn a cd-r. The disc is blank, but
it is being mounted as an Audio CD and I cannot write to it, what can I
do to fix this?
[05:35] <Alakazamz0r> im not upset, i just dont want to see the man run
in circles sethk
[05:35] <Hal_> lol
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[05:35] <Hal_> Do you know how hot it is today? You guys got me running
back and forth lol
[05:35] <Hal_> Breaking a sweat
[05:35] <Alakazamz0r> right
[05:35] <Hal_> tsk tsk
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[05:35] <Alakazamz0r> Ubuntu is a great distro Hal_
[05:35] <sethk> Hal_, np. rebooting the router can't hurd.
[05:35] <Alakazamz0r> i want to see you stick w/it.
[05:35] <tmr_> Can anyone tell me how to unbreak my xorg.conf?
[05:35] <Alakazamz0r> is it a dlink Hal_ ?
[05:35] <riddlebox> hello, is there a way to get around the nvidia
drivers locking up my system
[05:35] <Hal_> Uhm...
[05:36] <Hal_> I think it is.
[05:36] <Hal_> Yes.
[05:36] <Alakazamz0r> yeah.
[05:36] <Alakazamz0r> thought so.
[05:36] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: what will that do for me
[05:36] <Hal_> Not a fan?
[05:36] <sethk> Hal_, anyway, I hope he gets you fixed. If you need me
later, use my name and my IRC thing will beep (at least supposedly)
[05:36] <Alakazamz0r> reconfigure your XServer
[05:36] <Alakazamz0r> choose nvidia in there.
[05:36] <Alakazamz0r> go through that, then try again.
[05:36] <Hal_> OK sethk.
[05:36] <Alakazamz0r> Hal_, dlink's are notorious for jackin uip
[05:36] <Alakazamz0r> i had one, and dont now.
[05:36] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: OK
[05:36] <Alakazamz0r> :)
[05:36] <Alakazamz0r> iptables is my router now.
[05:36] <Alakazamz0r> heh
[05:37] <eternalswd> tmr_, you might have a backup in the same directory,
take a look there first
[05:37] <riddlebox> Alakazamz0r, I checked in my xorg.conf file and
nvidia was in there?
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[05:37] <Alakazamz0r> riddlebox, i dont know was it?
[05:37] <dabaR> hehe, the question sentence
[05:37] <tmr_> Actually, nevermind. Just needed to run nvidia-xconfig
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[05:37] <tmr_> Thanks a lot, though
[05:37] <riddlebox> Alakazamz0r, I checked in my xorg.conf file and
nvidia was in there, what else should I do?
[05:37] <Alakazamz0r> lol@the question sentence
[05:37] <Alakazamz0r> riddlebox, did you dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
[05:37] <Alakazamz0r> ?
[05:37] <eternalswd> how do I manually mount a blank cd-r?
[05:38] <Alakazamz0r> mount /mount/whateveryourcedromdriveiscalled
[05:38] <kitche> eternalswd: you don't mount a blank cd-r
[05:38] <riddlebox> Alakazamz0r, yes
[05:38] <Hal_> brb reboot.
[05:38] <Alakazamz0r> ok hal
[05:38] <dabaR> kitche: would it not have a file system, so that is why
you don't mount it?
[05:38] <Alakazamz0r> riddlebox, tail /var/log/X11/xorg.log
[05:38] <Alakazamz0r> oops
[05:38] <Alakazamz0r> ./var/log/Xorg.0.log
[05:38] <Alakazamz0r> i need a cig...brb
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[05:38] <eternalswd> kitche so if it's been auto-mounted if I unmount it
will I be able to write to it?
[05:38] <wastrel> h8n
[05:39] <kitche> eternalswd: well if it got mounted there has to be
soemthing on it
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[05:39] <Frederick> folks how long until kernel 2.6.17 be avaliable in
apt? I got a camera wich requires it :P
[05:39] <Shaezsche> how can i configure gnomenetworkmanager not to
automatically try to connect me to wireless on boot?
[05:39] <Shaezsche> i installed the network manager from automatix
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[05:40] <eternalswd> kitche, brand new blank disc, was auto mounted as an
Audio CD
[05:40] <dthacker> How long after you upload your PGP key to the Ubuntu
keyserver before it should let you query it?
[05:40] <dabaR> Frederick: it is available in edgy, which is still in
testing. The release scheduled date is oct. 27, which some people said is
2 days from now.
[05:40] <tgelter> sethk: I'll be back in a minute, I need to restart x
[05:41] <Frederick> dabaR: thanks a lot :)
[05:41] <dabaR> Frederick: you are welcome.
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[05:42] <Frederick> dabaR: I bought a camera wich requirs it :p
[05:42] <eternalswd> kitche, at least that's what Nautilus is telling me.
Although when I double-click it it says cdda:///dev/hda so maybe it's not
mounted? If not, how do I write to it. Nautilus' CD/DVD writer keeps
telling me to insert a Blank Disk
[05:42] <dabaR> ( | )
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[05:42] <dabaR> which is my representation of where you can put the :p
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[05:43] <dabaR> no offense, I just thought it would be funny
[05:43] <kitche> eternalswd: try a new disc might be one of those discs
that has soemthing burned on it already
[05:43] <Frederick> ^^
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[05:43] <tmr_> Got another question. I'm trying to install stuff with the
Add/Remove thingy, and it keeps asking for a password. It's not taking
my root password. What gives?
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[05:44] <dabaR> tmr_: does it take your own password?
[05:44] <Alakazamz0r> ok
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[05:45] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: I'm still having problems with the
system. If I shake a window it turns to garbage
[05:45] <Shaezsche> is it possible to access other computers on my
network that are running windows xp???
[05:45] <eternalswd> okay, it's working. I'm guessing it was a corrupt
one I forgot to throw away :p
[05:45] <tmr_> dabaR: It did. That's weird. Does ubuntu not need root
to run dpkg?
[05:45] <dabaR> tmr_: read the text presented by following the link ubotu
is about to write
[05:45] <dabaR> !sudo
[05:45] <ubotu> sudo is a command to run programs with superuser
privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo
for all information.
[05:45] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, what dirvers did you install
[05:45] <Alakazamz0r> Shaezsche, yes.
[05:46] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: The nvidia ones. the module was glx
[05:46] <GottiX> ::sigh:: the neighbors wireless is soo slow
[05:46] <Shaezsche> alakazamz0r how?
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[05:46] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: There were a lot of options. Not sure
if I picked the right ones. Oh, I did tell it not to use frame buffer
[05:46] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, what video card do you have?
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[05:47] <tgelter> what's the program to catch mouse events and tell me
the button number used?
[05:47] <Shaezsche> also, can anyone recommend me some more sources to
add to my repos?
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[05:47] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: geforce nx7600
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[05:48] <tmr_> dabaR: My background is more debian and gentoo. Doesn't
ubuntu need root to install stuff? I don't know why my user password
[05:48] <jrib> tgelter: xev
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[05:48] <jrib> ubotu: tell Shaezsche about repos
[05:48] <Shaezsche> alakazamz0r how?
[05:48] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, did you install these?
[05:48] <tgelter> jrib: thanks
[05:48] <dabaR> tmr_: did you read the rootsudo wiki page?
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[05:48] <jazzrocker> hi, my system crashed yesterday (Ubuntu 6) where it
just froze completely. i had to hard power down. mlnet was running and
when i try starting mlnet i get the following error: "DNS resolution does
not work! Looking up www.mldonkey.net failed with Not_found.The core
therefore is unable to get eDonkey serverlists and loading .torrent files
via dllink from websites is also impossible. If you are using MLDonkey in
a chroot environment you should
[05:48] <jazzrocker> consider reading this article to get DNS support
back: http://mldonkey.sourceforge.net/Chroot"
[05:48] <Sutur> .
[05:48] <jazzrocker> i'm not using a chroot'd environment, just a default
Ubuntu install
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[05:48] <Sutur> This is Hal_, Alakazamz0r, are you there?
[05:48] <jazzrocker> anyone know how to fix this?
[05:48] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: I tried the ubuntu packages and then
I tried the one from nvidia. Currently running the one from nvidia
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[05:49] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, did you install these?
[05:49] <Alakazamz0r> hi hal
[05:49] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur,
[05:49] <jazzrocker> i moved my old .mldonkey folder to a backup and
created a fresh one, bu doing so, the mlnet core actually starts but it
still displays that error. i do have DNS, i can get google.com and irc
and everything.
[05:49] <cpk2> [NP] Tangent: yes?
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[05:49] <jazzrocker> i googled my error and the only three pages that
come up are in german
[05:50] <jazzrocker> s/bu/by/g
[05:50] <Sutur> Alakazamz0r: Reboot didn't help, but maybe this will: I
did some homework and found out that my ISP unlike others here in
Australia don't have set DNS's but are "Server-assigned"
[05:50] <Sutur> Does that help at all?
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[05:50] <[NP] Tangent> cpk2, I just saw your NP script in #amarok so I
wanted to see if you used xchat or not. I would like such a script. But
I'll just google it. :)
[05:50] <Alakazamz0r> well.. thats like most dns servers Sutur
[05:51] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: Yup! I installed that
[05:51] <Mukunda> Does anyone know when Edgy is scheduled for release?
[05:51] <jazzrocker> and also with a fresh folder everything i was
downloading is lost
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[05:51] <jazzrocker> and also with a fresh folder everything i was
downloading is lost
[05:51] <jazzrocker> oh sh*t! sorry
[05:51] <Sutur> Alakazamz0r: I also tried some dns addresses of other who
were having trouble with my isp and it didn't seem to help.
[05:51] <jazzrocker> i'm asking #mldonkey too but they're quiet
[05:51] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur,
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[05:51] <Alakazamz0r> do this.
[05:51] <oblib> Can anyone tell me how to make my computer stop blanking
the screen after a few minutes of idleness? Screensaver and Dpms are
[05:51] <Alakazamz0r> put these numbers in your dns settings.
[05:51] <Alakazamz0r> on your router
[05:51] <Alakazamz0r>
[05:51] <Alakazamz0r>
[05:52] <Sutur> On my router. OK.
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[05:52] <Shaezsche> how can i detect computers running windows!
[05:52] <Shaezsche> on my network
[05:52] <dabaR> !samba
[05:52] <ubotu> samba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments.
Links with more info:
http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html Samba
can be administered via the web with SWAT
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[05:52] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, did you have any problems installing
the driver?
[05:52] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: No
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[05:53] <dabaR> Shaezsche: did you try just going to the places menu and
connecting to the server. samba is actually not something you need.
[05:53] <pinky> So I just did a dist-upgrade to Edgy on my laptop and now
X11 won't start... the fonts are messing up in the diagnostic output so I
can't read the errors.
[05:53] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, have you read this
[05:53] <cherubiel> pinky: logs at /var/log/Xorg.0.log
[05:53] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: Yup! Followed that
[05:53] <Shaezsche> Couldn't display "smb:///mshome".
[05:53] <Shaezsche> is the msg i get
[05:54] <Shaezsche> it doesnt display computers on my netowrk
[05:54] <dabaR> Shaezsche: what is mshome? the workgroup?
[05:54] <Shaezsche> i think
[05:54] <dabaR> Shaezsche: that is not how it works.
[05:54] <Shaezsche> there should be more than one workgroup
[05:54] <wastrel> pinky: you probably had binary graphic driver set up
[05:54] <Alakazamz0r> dark, whats in "tail -n 20 /var/log/Xorg.0.log"
[05:54] <Shaezsche> it doesnt let me display the workgroup
[05:54] <wastrel> need generic one for X until you install the proper
[05:54] <dabaR> the URLS are in the form of \\servername\sharename.
[05:54] <wastrel> anyway, edgy stuff on #ubuntu+1
[05:55] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: I'm going to install Debian stable
and see if 3D works there
[05:55] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, bad idea
[05:55] <DigitalNinja> Why
[05:55] <Alakazamz0r> i had to hack to get my drivers to work for the
[05:55] <dabaR> Shaezsche: in fact, the connect to server dialog offers
the option of windows share, and then you just enter the server name and
then the share name
[05:55] <Shaezsche> how am i supposted to know the name of my network
[05:55] <Alakazamz0r> i'd sugguest mandriva
[05:55] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: This is not the i810
[05:55] <Alakazamz0r> or... pclinuxos
[05:55] <Alakazamz0r> ok DigitalNinja good luck.
[05:55] <Shaezsche> where do i find server and share name? in windows its
automatically configured
[05:55] <marcrosoft> is it worth it to switch to the k7 arch.. over the
gerneric i386?
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[05:55] <Alakazamz0r> yes marcrosoft
[05:56] <Alakazamz0r> if you have a k7
[05:56] <pinky> xf86OpenSerial keeps complaining about not being able to
open /dev/wacom
[05:56] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: If it isn't working on Ubuntu then
the only other option is to try somethig else
[05:56] <dabaR> Shaezsche: one sec.
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[05:56] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, you'd be jumping from the frying pan
to the skillet.
[05:57] <Alakazamz0r> there IS a fix for this.
[05:57] <Alakazamz0r> you want me to SSH in and fix it?
[05:57] <marcrosoft> i heard the generic was just as good.. Alakazamz0r i
do have k7 ... amd athlon XP
[05:57] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: How is that. I just install debian
and install the nvidia driver. Just like in ubuntu
[05:57] <DigitalNinja> only with apt
[05:58] <Alakazamz0r> marcrosoft, my opinion is go with the K7
[05:58] <DigitalNinja> just like in ubuntu
[05:58] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, have you ever installed debian
[05:58] <DigitalNinja> yup
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[05:58] <GottiX> Im having a problem with the repos...anyone care to
[05:58] <dabaR> Shaezsche: you need to know the computer names, and the
shared folder names.
[05:58] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: Debian is the easy one. Slackware is
the hard one.
[05:58] <Shaezsche> ok
[05:58] <atreyu> i'm trying to setup the .imwheelrc file, and i want to
bind one of the buttons to a letter key, how is this done?
[05:58] <marcrosoft> Alakazamz0r, is it faster?
[05:58] <Shaezsche> does edgy have ntfs write turned ON by default?
[05:58] <Alakazamz0r> slackware is easy
[05:58] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: I was on slack for aobut a year
[05:58] <Alakazamz0r> gentoo is "hard"
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[05:58] <dabaR> Shaezsche: each computer has a name, and that is shown in
right click on my computer then properties, then computer name
[05:59] <atreyu> like "None, Up,h" does not set my button to type h
[05:59] <jazzrocker> gentoo is "crap"
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[05:59] <Alakazamz0r> gentoo is time consuming
[05:59] <jazzrocker> ++
[05:59] <atreyu> is there a different synxtax i'm missing?
[05:59] <corevette> suse vs. ubuntu.....what are some pros and cons of
[05:59] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: gentoo just wants to be FreeBSD. Just
get FreeBSD and skip gentoo
[06:00] <dcstimm> hey guys, why isnt fsck.hfs on the ubuntu livecd nor is
it when you install hfsutils.. any idea?
[06:00] <Alakazamz0r> DigitalNinja, gentoo compiles everything
[06:00] <Alakazamz0r> and is EXTREMELY fast once you get it up
[06:00] <DigitalNinja> so does FreeBSD
[06:00] <Alakazamz0r> uuh no.
[06:00] <DigitalNinja> Yup!
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[06:00] <DigitalNinja> You install from the ports tree
[06:00] <DigitalNinja> and build
[06:00] <dcstimm> Hey guys, what package is fsck.hfs part of?
[06:00] <Alakazamz0r> yea
[06:00] <Alakazamz0r> but its not default.
[06:01] <Vich> heya
[06:01] <Shaezsche> how do i edit gnome network manager's settings
[06:01] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: Oh, you don't build the base install.
You only do that when you build world on an upgrade
[06:01] <Vich> I finally made some progress setting up my wireless
[06:01] <Shaezsche> it keeps trying to autoconnect me to wireless
[06:01] <Vich> following this guide:
[06:01] <Alakazamz0r> aah DigitalNinja
[06:01] <dabaR> Shaezsche: the shared folder on a windows machine is
represented in the windows explorer by a hand under the folder icon.
[06:01] <Alakazamz0r> i only use freebsd for hosting
[06:01] <Vich> but my net still doesn't appear to be working
[06:01] <Alakazamz0r> servers etc.
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[06:01] <Shaezsche> NetworkManager Applet 0.6.3
[06:01] <DigitalNinja> Alakazamz0r: That works
[06:01] <dabaR> Shaezsche: if you right click on such a folder, and
select properties, then go to the share tab, you will be presented with
the share name of the folder.
[06:01] <Sutur> Alakazamz0r: Still here. No luck yet mate.
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[06:02] <DigitalNinja> ok
[06:02] <DigitalNinja> time to burn a debain CD
[06:02] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, did you put those numbers in your DNS
settings on your router?
[06:02] <Sutur> Yes.
[06:02] <Alakazamz0r> good luck DigitalNinja
[06:02] <cherubiel> pinky: do you have any tablet inout devices?
[06:02] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, ...
[06:02] <dabaR> Shaezsche: now, if you have more than one windows
computer, and you obviously do, then you can use the network
neighbioorhood to find out all this info as well.
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[06:02] <cherubiel> pinky: wacom is such a driver
[06:02] <Alakazamz0r> can you get to google.com?
[06:02] <cherubiel> pinky: you don't seem to have one though
[06:02] <dcstimm> Hey guys, what package is fsck.hfs part of?
[06:02] <dcstimm> Hey guys, what package is fsck.hfs part of?
[06:02] <dcstimm> oops
[06:02] <Alakazamz0r> ITS PART OF FSCK!
[06:02] <DigitalNinja> alakazamz0r: Thanks! I'll need it. My Debain
skills are rusty
[06:02] <Alakazamz0r> jesus
[06:03] <Mukunda> So there is no ETA for edgy?
[06:03] <Alakazamz0r> debin is cake man
[06:03] <dabaR> !find fsck.hfs
[06:03] <dcstimm> Alakazamz0r, no its not
[06:03] <Alakazamz0r> its ubuntu...
[06:03] <Sutur> Nope. I can only ping it from the console. I can't open
it in a browser.
[06:03] <DigitalNinja> Mukunda: End of the month or soething
[06:03] <Alakazamz0r> well ubuntu is debian w/eyecandy
[06:03] <ubotu> Package/file fsck.hfs does not exist in dapper
[06:03] <dabaR> Mukunda: 27th I heard.
[06:03] <Shaezsche> can i retrieve files off of a ext3 partition from
within windows?
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[06:03] <Shaezsche> can ntfs read from ext3
[06:03] <dcstimm> Alakazamz0r, fsck            fsck.cramfs    fsck.ext2
fsck.ext3      fsck.minix     fsck.msdos     fsck.nfs       fsck.reiserfs
[06:03] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, you can ping it from the console?
[06:03] <Shaezsche> i mean winxp
[06:03] <Sutur> Yes.
[06:03] <Sutur> Somehow.
[06:03] <jrib> !ext3 | Shaezsche
[06:03] <ubotu> Shaezsche: ext3 is the default filesystem on Ubuntu, and
the most popular on Linux. You can read/write from Windows to ext3 via
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[06:03] <DigitalNinja> Mukuna: I just sucked it down
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[06:03] <Alakazamz0r> hfs is a filesystem type
[06:03] <Alakazamz0r> just like msdos
[06:03] <Alakazamz0r> or minix
[06:03] <Alakazamz0r> or ext2
[06:03] <Shaezsche> is it safe?
[06:03] <Sutur> That's why this is so irritating, it doesn't make sense.
[06:04] <Shaezsche> because WRITING to ntfs is NOT safe
[06:04] <jrib> Shaezsche: works fine for me
[06:04] <DigitalNinja> Mukuna: I may install it this week
[06:04] <Mukunda> Gah, everyone knows it's out of the 26th (Europe), but
there is no news on the hour it's out?
[06:04] <dcstimm> Hey guys, what package is fsck.hfs part of?
[06:04] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, have you tried another browser?
[06:04] <Shaezsche> jrib what works fine?
[06:04] <Shaezsche> isnt that for ext2
[06:04] <Sutur> I doubt it's a problem with the brower Alakazamz0r.
[06:04] <DigitalNinja> Mukunda: Just suck it down now, do the install and
update on the 27th
[06:04] <Alakazamz0r> dcstimm, are you trying to be annoying?
[06:04] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, probably so.
[06:04] <dabaR> dcstimm: you saw what ubotu thought about that file name.
[06:04] <dcstimm> Alakazamz0r, your wrong
[06:04] <Alakazamz0r> im just wondering why.
[06:05] <Alakazamz0r> dcstimm, im right.
[06:05] <jrib> Shaezsche: fs-driver works (well worked at least when I
was using it) fine. It will write to your ext3 partitions as well
[06:05] <dabaR> 23:13 < ubotu> Package/file fsck.hfs does not exist in
[06:05] <Alakazamz0r> dcstimm, http://gentoo-
[06:05] <Shaezsche> jrib i doubt that its safe
[06:05] <Alakazamz0r> its part of fsck for apple.
[06:05] <Shaezsche> jrib i doubt it is safe
[06:05] <jrib> Shaezsche: why... ext3 is completely open unlike ntfs
[06:05] <GottiX> deb http://core.fluxbox.org/~dopey/ unstable main <--
supposedly this has the latest release of fluxbox in it, yet it is listed
as "IGN" when i "apt-get" update ... any reason for this? I'm trying to
upgrade to the latest realse through apt-get.
[06:05] <Shaezsche> i cannot risk losing my windows drie
[06:05] <Alakazamz0r> HFS+, HFS Plus, or Mac OS Extended are names for a
file system developed by Apple Computer to replace their Hierarchical
File System (HFS).
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[06:05] <dcstimm> dabaR, why not?
[06:06] <Shaezsche> jrib is it SAFE for me to log into windows and copy
files from ext3 to ntfs
[06:06] <jrib> Shaezsche: yes
[06:06] <dabaR> dcstimm: I do not know, but that is the syntax to search
for a file. /msg ubotu find <fileName>
[06:06] <dabaR> dcstimm: as well, you can use apt-file for such a task.
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[06:06] <jrib> Shaezsche: well I don't know how safe it is to log into
windows but the rest should be ok ;)
[06:06] <Sutur> Alakazamz0r: In the DNS settings, am I supposed to be
configuring DNS Relay?
[06:06] <Shaezsche> jrib do you believe it is safe to write from ext3 to
ntfs within ubuntu?
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[06:07] <dcstimm> dabaR, but I searched with apt-cache search hfs, and
non had fsck.hfs
[06:07] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur,
[06:07] <Alakazamz0r> paste the results of
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[06:07] <jrib> Shaezsche: I don't know enough about that, I personally
wouldn't use it
[06:07] <dabaR> dcstimm: why the but, I told you the same thing
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[06:07] <GottiX> anyone?
[06:07] <pinky> Is there a command line utility to read ODT files?
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[06:08] <Sutur> "nameserver"
[06:08] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, do you know how to work your router?
[06:08] <corevette> what advantages does suse have over ubuntu
[06:08] <Alakazamz0r> corevette, none.
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[06:08] <dabaR> GottiX: Im off, later guys.
[06:08] <jrib> corevette: ask #suse?
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[06:09] <dabaR> corevette: keep in mind you are in #ubuntu:)
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[06:09] <Sutur> Alakazamz0r: Sadly much of the terminology is guesswork,
but I have an understanding. Why?
[06:09] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, do this...
[06:09] <cps> pinky: you can unzip them and have a look inside
[06:09] <Alakazamz0r>
[06:09] <Alakazamz0r> click that.
[06:10] <Sutur> Are you trying to make me enter the router configuration
[06:10] <Alakazamz0r> yes
[06:10] <Sutur> That is where I am changing the settings.
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[06:10] <Alakazamz0r> thats where you've been changing the settings?
[06:10] <Sutur> I'm making changes in right place my friend, they just
aren't working :(
[06:10] <Alakazamz0r> pppoe = garbage
[06:10] <Alakazamz0r> :P
[06:10] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, WHERE are you making changes.
[06:11] <Alakazamz0r> in the router
[06:11] <Alakazamz0r> or on your computer?
[06:11] <graveson> i have an intermittent keyboard problem and have no
idea where i can start troubleshooting this - with caps lock off ,my
keyboard suddenly types in caps lock - it almost as if all the (shift
functions) on the keyboard is inverted ?
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[06:11] <iammisc> where is the open source radeon driver's homepage?
[06:11] <Sutur> I'm using the wireless to make changes on MY computer to
the router. I can't access the router any other way other than by
[06:11] <Alakazamz0r> iammisc, ubuntu has an ATI driver.
[06:12] <Sutur> I assure you that I am definately changing settings for
the router.
[06:12] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, you're not supposed to be touching the
[06:12] <Agux> Hello, Im a newbie, so sorry if its a stupid question. I
was trying to install ubuntu, i have an 80gb disk partitioned into drives
C and D, i was trying to create a new partition with the free space i had
on drive D, whithout formatting anything, after going back and forward in
the visual installation wizard i've realized my entire D drive is now an
UNKNOWN drive, then i've decided to...
[06:12] <Agux> ...restart on windows, and i had a shock when i saw there
is no D drive now in my explorer, if i've never formatted anything, it's
possible to recover my D drive?
[06:12] <Alakazamz0r> you're supposed to be making configuration changes
on your computer.
[06:12] <Sutur> Alakazamz0r: I'm not.
[06:12] <Sutur> I am
[06:12] <Alakazamz0r> router or computer
[06:12] <Alakazamz0r> which one.
[06:12] <Sutur> OK lol this is getting confusing let me clear this up:
[06:12] <Alakazamz0r> ok
[06:12] <iammisc> i know i just want to see the status of how far 3d
accel is on the igp 340m chipset
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[06:13] <Sutur> The modem and wireless router are in another room. I am
using the wireless connection to make changes to the way the router works
through it's web-page interface.
[06:14] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, you're not even supposed to be making
changes on your router.
[06:14] <Alakazamz0r> DO NOT go back to that config. page :)
[06:14] <Alakazamz0r> ok?
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[06:14] <Sutur> Well, OK.
[06:14] <Alakazamz0r> at the top of your screen, you'll see "System", do
you see it?
[06:14] <Sutur> No, because this is my windows machine.
[06:15] <Alakazamz0r> lord.
[06:15] <Sutur> The linux machine is in the other room.
[06:15] <Alakazamz0r> lol
[06:15] <Sutur> It's internet connection is broken because of a dns
problem I'm trying to fix.
[06:15] <Alakazamz0r> ok
[06:15] <Alakazamz0r> listen
[06:15] <wastrel> what's wrong with configuring the router?
[06:15] <Alakazamz0r> start>cmd
[06:15] <Sutur> Hence the wait every time I have to get information for
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[06:15] <Alakazamz0r> start>run
[06:15] <Alakazamz0r> type CMD
[06:15] <Alakazamz0r> enter
[06:15] <Alakazamz0r> ipconfig /all
[06:15] <Alakazamz0r> what are your DNS servers set as?
[06:16] <Sutur>
[06:16] <Sutur> That's all.
[06:16] <Alakazamz0r> hmm
[06:16] <Alakazamz0r> ok
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[06:16] <wastrel> see the router is giving dhcp and is handling the dns
[06:16] <Sutur> Same as the DHCP server and default gateway,
[06:16] <Alakazamz0r> go back into the other room and install lynx.
[06:16] <maxflax> im having trouble with the nvidia driver install. get
some lame error about the kernel not macthing the drivers .. bla bla or
something. then the installer ask me if I want the installer to try find
them on the nviida homepage
[06:16] <wastrel> so the router has the isp's dns servers in its configgy
[06:16] <Alakazamz0r> its a command line web browser
[06:16] <Alakazamz0r> then try to lynx google.com
[06:16] <Sutur> Yes I know of it.
[06:16] <Alakazamz0r> ok
[06:16] <Sutur> OK.
[06:16] <Alakazamz0r> brb
[06:16] <lasindi> Hi everyone, is there an easy way (i.e. using apt-
get/dpkg) to install Firefox 2 on Ubuntu Dapper?
[06:17] <Alakazamz0r> im gonna drop to CLI
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[06:17] <wastrel> and tell linux to talk to the router for dns
[06:17] <wastrel> no fuss no bother
[06:17] <wastrel> <3 router
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[06:17] <pinky> So I unzipped an ODT file, but I can't tell where the
actual document text is in any of the files... I check them all with vi
(I think)
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[06:17] <cps> pinky: content.xml
[06:17] <wastrel> mmm
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[06:18] <Alakazamz0r> ok
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[06:19] <pinky> cps" That file is 10KiB, but when I open it in vi it's
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[06:20] <cps> gibberish in what way?
[06:20] <Alakazamz0r> i love CLI
[06:20] <Alakazamz0r> i think... im not going to use X for... lent.
[06:20] <Alakazamz0r> hah!
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[06:20] <wastrel> you can use CLI in X
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[06:21] <Alakazamz0r> wastrel i know... i just dont like the way it
[06:21] <Alakazamz0r> nofb!
[06:21] <Alakazamz0r> :D
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[06:22] <Sutur> Alakazamz0r: Lynx installed. Fails to look up google.com.
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[06:22] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur ... wow.
[06:22] <Alakazamz0r> thats a mindboggler.
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[06:22] <jrib> Sutur: do other sites work?
[06:22] <wastrel> Sutur: what's in /etc/resolv.conf ?
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[06:23] <Alakazamz0r> his router is in resolv.conf
[06:23] <wastrel> yay
[06:23] <Sutur> *cries*
[06:23] <jrib> lynx had a bug with some sites (including google.com) so
be sure to check another site
[06:23] <Alakazamz0r> jrib my lynx works w/google.
[06:23] <ThinkingMan> So I live in an apartment complex and in certain
parts of my place my neighbor's wifi signal is stronger than mine so
network manager tries to connect to that, is there a way to set up an
exclude list for wireless networks?
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[06:24] <Alakazamz0r> brb
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[06:24] <jrib> Alakazamz0r: I didn't claim the bug affected everyone :)
It had to do with the size of /etc/mailcap. It may even be fixed now
[06:24] <Sutur> The things we take for granted in Windows...
[06:24] <wastrel> Sutur: you can't resolve names at all in linux?
[06:25] <Sutur> No.
[06:25] <Sutur> Just IP addresses.
[06:25] <wastrel> Sutur: why don't you install openssh-server on your
linux and ssh in from windows
[06:25] <Sutur> DNS is busted I hear.
[06:25] <wastrel> so you don't have to keep running back & forth
[06:25] <mick_> i am having trouble with mysql and getting it set up so
that i can use myth tv, can anyone help? i get this error: Access denied
for user 'mythtv'@'localhost' (using password: YES)
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[06:25] <rbil> Sutur, why don't u just drop a known nameserver address in
[06:25] <ThinkingMan> mick_: did you grant access to mythtv@localhost?
[06:25] <Sutur> Because wastrel, I have far greater problems than having
to run from one room to another.
[06:25] <Alakazamz0r> rbil, ive been trying to get him to do that.
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[06:26] <wastrel> Sutur: :]    can you ping out to the internet from the
linux box?
[06:26] <Sutur> It won't work.
[06:26] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, type this.
[06:26] <mick_> ThinkingMan, i THOUGHT i did, but it isn't really working
so much
[06:26] <Sutur> Yes, only IP addresses and a handfull of websites.
[06:26] <Alakazamz0r> echo > /etc/resolv.conf
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[06:26] <rbil> just drop this one in ...
[06:26] <mick_> is there some sort of graphical ui like enterprise
manager or anything?
[06:26] <wastrel> Alakazamz0r: that's malformed and will clobber the
existing resolv.conf, and needs sudo
[06:26] <Alakazamz0r> wait
[06:26] <Alakazamz0r> dont do that.
[06:26] <Alakazamz0r> yeah
[06:27] <rbil> nameserver
[06:27] <wastrel> Sutur: fire up your router's web interface, find out
what nameservers it's using, and stick those in your /etc/resolv.conf
[06:27] <ThinkingMan> mick_: open a terminal and type "mysql -u mythtv -
[06:27] <ThinkingMan> and when it prompts type in your password
[06:27] <Sutur> OK.
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[06:27] <Alakazamz0r> echo nameserver > /etc/resolv.conf
[06:27] <Alakazamz0r> sudo su -
[06:27] <Alakazamz0r> 1st
[06:27] <jsjc> hi friends
[06:27] <mick_> ThinkingMan, same error
[06:27] <rbil> Alak... >>
[06:27] <Alakazamz0r> hi jsjc
[06:27] <rbil> not a single >
[06:28] <ThinkingMan> well then either you're using the wrong password or
you didn't grant correctly
[06:28] <jsjc> after been a lon time without computer I am back!
[06:28] <rbil> or you'll overwrite the whole file
[06:28] <mick_> http://www.linuxhelp.net/guides/mysql/
[06:28] <Alakazamz0r> root@malakai:~# echo nameserver >
[06:28] <Alakazamz0r> root@malakai:~# cat /etc/resolv.conf
[06:28] <Alakazamz0r> nameserver
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[06:28] <Alakazamz0r> just for testing purposes
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[06:28] <mick_> that is the guide i used to grant permissions
[06:28] <Alakazamz0r> he can get it back by hitting dhclient
[06:28] <ThinkingMan> mick_: how did you grant access for the user?
[06:28] <jsjc> I heard there is an Ubuntu DVD??? anyone can point me in
the right direction? thanks
[06:29] <Sutur> jsjc: http://ftp.heanet.ie/pub/ubuntu-
[06:29] <Sutur> lol
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[06:29] <bec> cfg
[06:29] <jsjc> Sutur anywhere I can read about the contents and what a
bout if I dont have amd?
[06:29] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, did you type that and is it working now?
[06:29] <dabaR_> Sutur: still no dns?
[06:30] <Alakazamz0r> and wastrel thanks for that >> tip
[06:30] <Alakazamz0r> i didnt know that.
[06:30] <ThinkingMan> mick_: nevermind, that, just log into mysql with
your default/root/admin account
[06:30] <ThinkingMan> let me know when you're there
[06:30] <bec> wtf..
[06:30] <Sutur> Alakazamz0r: Which of the 4-5 commands did you want me to
take a shot at?
[06:30] <mick_> ThinkingMan, ok
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[06:30] <Alakazamz0r> root@malakai:~# echo nameserver >>
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[06:30] <Alakazamz0r> minus my info
[06:30] <Sutur> ok hang on.
[06:30] <Alakazamz0r> make sure to
[06:31] <Alakazamz0r> sudo su -
[06:31] <Alakazamz0r> 1st
[06:31] <Sutur> yes.
[06:31] <cafuego> 'sudo -i' (spawns one less shell)
[06:31] <ThinkingMan> mick_: mick_ select user, host from mysql.user
where user like '%ytht%';
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[06:31] <Alakazamz0r> cool cafuego
[06:31] <Alakazamz0r> ty
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[06:32] <cafuego> </pedantic> ;-)
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[06:32] <mick_> ThinkingMan, mythtv @ % and mythtv@localhost
[06:32] <Sutur> Alakazamz0r: OK I did it. That's a fancy command, you
could have just asked me to edit the file ;-)
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[06:33] <ThinkingMan> OK, so the accounts are there, did you flush
[06:33] <Alakazamz0r> Sutur, its fool proof
[06:33] <Alakazamz0r> :)
[06:33] <mick_> ThinkingMan, not that i know of
[06:33] <Alakazamz0r> not calling you a fool... but you know what i mean.
[06:33] <ThinkingMan> aaahhh...
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[06:33] <Sutur> Thanks I'm flatter you think so highly of me :-)
[06:33] <Sutur> Yes lol
[06:33] <Alakazamz0r> LOL
[06:33] <Alakazamz0r> :)
[06:33] <ThinkingMan> type "flush privileges;" at the mysql prompt
[06:33] <Alakazamz0r> can you get anything now
[06:33] <Alakazamz0r> can you ping that IP i gave you?
[06:33] <asdf_> anyone have any idea when or if Firefox 2.0 will be
pushed to Dapper?
[06:33] <ThinkingMan> then log out and try and log in as mythtv
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[06:33] <Sutur> The one I added to /etc/resolv.conf?
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[06:33] <cafuego> asdf_: unlikely, maybe in backports
[06:33] <Alakazamz0r> yes
[06:34] <Alakazamz0r> can you browse now?
[06:34] <rbil> Suture, just ping google.com
[06:34] <asdf_> cafuego: so should i do a manual install?
[06:34] <Sutur> Yes yes I'll try it all now. Hang on.
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[06:34] <cafuego> asdf_: If you ask me you shouldn't bother, but that's
just me.
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[06:34] <asdf_> cafuego: why's that?
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[06:34] <mick_> ThinkingMan, still denied
[06:34] <ThinkingMan> hrm...
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[06:35] <cafuego> asdf_: 2.0 as far as I can tell doesn't do anything 1.x
doesn't do (with optional extensions)
[06:35] <kzv> !edgy
[06:35] <ubotu> edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[06:35] <Alakazamz0r> im going to sleep
[06:35] <cafuego> asdf_: .. and some extensions will probably break.
[06:35] <ThinkingMan> maybe you had a type while typing the password, log
back into mysql as your admin user
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[06:35] <Alakazamz0r> can someone please help Sutur, he's been extremely
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[06:35] <kzv> !schedule
[06:35] <ThinkingMan> mick_: s/type/typo
[06:35] <Alakazamz0r> !schedule
[06:35] <Sutur> Thanks.
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[06:35] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
[06:35] <mick_> ThinkingMan, logged in
[06:35] <emmanuel_> bad dvd resolution what can I do?
[06:35] <Vaske_Car> Edgy Eft tomorrow?
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[06:36] <Vaske_Car> final
[06:36] <Vaske_Car> ?
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[06:36] <Alakazamz0r> yep
[06:36] <kzv> Here it's the 25th now
[06:36] <Alakazamz0r> just about.
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[06:37] <Noah0504> What's a better but still simple BitTorrent client for
[06:37] <Vaske_Car> hey guys enybody familiar with Samba here?
[06:37] <Sutur> Alakazamz0r: just before you go, it does the same thing
as before with your DNS server, it's just slower.
[06:37] <Sutur> Still no browsing.
[06:37] <ThinkingMan> mick_: hang on a second, retard roommate in trouble
[06:37] <Alakazamz0r> hmm
[06:38] <mick_> ThinkingMan, no worries
[06:38] <Alakazamz0r> i duno Sutur maybe your tcp/ip stack is busted.
[06:38] <Alakazamz0r> i duno man.
[06:38] <Sutur> That's OK.
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[06:38] <azureal> hi, i have ubuntu 2.6.15 server edition, and I can't
get my wireless to work... first of all installing ieee80211-source does
not produce anything in /usr/lib/firmware so i'm confused =/
[06:38] <Sutur> I'll try again later.
[06:38] <Alakazamz0r> ok Sutur someone else may be able to help you
[06:39] <Alakazamz0r> have you checked ubuntuforums.com?
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[06:39] <ThinkingMan> mick_: OK, update mysql.user set password =
PASSWORD('mynewpass') where user = "mythtv";
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[06:39] <Sutur> I can try but since the nature of the problem is a
mystery, I doubt I'd get anywhere. I'm going to keep playing with the
things we've been working with.
[06:40] <Sutur> Might have been close, never know.
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[06:40] <jsjc> is there a new version of ubuntu comming soon?
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[06:41] <GottiX> jsjc, Edgy was just released...that should be it for
another 6 months...
[06:41] <jsjc> edgy?
[06:41] <jsjc> where can I find isos for that_
[06:41] <mick_> ThinkingMan, that said it changed a row, but i flushed
again and still no access
[06:41] <GottiX> I believe from the main page...
[06:42] <GottiX> theres also a link in the forum...
[06:42] <wastrel> edgy isn't released yet afaik
[06:42] <ThinkingMan> mick_: you did a flush_privileges?
[06:42] <azureal> when i try to make ieee80211, i get
"/lib/modules/2.6.15-26-server/build: No such file or directory. Stop."
anyone have exp w/ this?
[06:42] <jsjc> wastrel that is what I thought
[06:42] <mick_> ThinkingMan, this is making me feel dumb... i use a sql
database everyday at work :P
[06:42] <wastrel> soon tho
[06:42] <Vaske_Car> what is new in Edgy? Any comparation chart?
[06:42] <mick_> ThinkingMan, flush privileges
[06:42] <GottiX> wastrel, are you sure? I know i saw a release
announcment on the forums a few days ago
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[06:43] <ThinkingMan> mick_: grant usage on (yourmythtvdb) to
'mythtv'@'localhost'; flush privileges;
[06:43] <GottiX> unless it was a fluke and im still running beta. lol
they provided ISO downloads and all
[06:43] <_azrael> Topic for #ubuntu+1: Welcome to #ubuntu+1! | Edgy Eft
will be released on Oct. 26 - until then it should not be considered
[06:43] <wastrel> GottiX: not yet, sez oct 26
[06:43] <wastrel> on #ubuntu+1 topic :]
[06:43] <wastrel> ah yes
[06:43] <rbil> What's the rush to a new release when Dapper is working so
[06:43] <jsjc> oooo that is tomorrowww
[06:43] <GottiX> hmmm...thats different...
[06:43] <jsjc> and my day of is today!
[06:44] <GottiX> i wonder why i saw a release announcment...
[06:44] <ThinkingMan> mick_: What sql db you use at work?
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[06:44] <jsjc> ooo :( that is sad I will be another full week without
[06:44] <mick_> ThinkingMan, microsoft
[06:44] <GottiX> i have an edgy iso..burned and im running it...no
mention of "beta" anywhere...
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[06:44] <ThinkingMan> mick_: sorry to hear that
[06:44] <ThinkingMan> anyway, how'd the grant usage/flush privs work?
[06:45] <rbil> GottiX and what are the advantages besides new wallpaper?
[06:45] <mick_> ThinkingMan, lol... i am getting an error on the first
[06:45] <kzv> Gottix I'm thinking you have the RC
[06:45] <ThinkingMan> mick, what error?
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[06:45] <mick_> grant usage on (yourmythtvdb) to 'mythtv'@'localhost';
flush privileges;
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[06:45] <mick_> oops
[06:45] <mick_> You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual
that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use
near '(mythtv) to 'mythtv'@'localhost'' at line 1
[06:46] <ThinkingMan> sorry, no parens
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[06:46] <GottiX> rbil, to be honest...none that are immediately
noticable...then again i switched to fluxbox right after i installed
whatever version of edgy i have...
[06:46] <ThinkingMan> and it'll probably want a table or two, so "grant
usage on mythtv.* to 'mythtv'@'localhost';
[06:46] <dabaR_> Vaske_Car: yeah, edgyreleasenotes on the wiki in camel
[06:46] <ThinkingMan> then flush privileges;
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[06:47] <GottiX> but it seems to be relatively the same...
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[06:47] <rbil> GottiX, to me .... Linux is Linux. As long it is stable
I'm in no rush to upgrade.
[06:47] <GottiX> keep in mind there were only four months inbetween
dapper and edgy
[06:47] <mick_> 0 rows affected?
[06:47] <dabaR_> rbil: weird pooint of view, to me, linux is windows.
[06:47] <GottiX> rbil, im with you there.
[06:47] <ThinkingMan> mick_: that's fine, flush privs and try to log in
[06:47] <mick_> ok
[06:47] <GottiX> dabaR_, thats weirder that rbils...
[06:47] <GottiX> lol
[06:48] <azureal> lol.... ubuntu server does not come w/ linux-headers !?
[06:48] <rbil> I'm still running Mandrake 10.1 on one of my boxes, server
actually, and it never misses a beat. See no need to upgrade.
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[06:48] <lotusleaf> Halloween is almost upon us, and you know that that
means: clean out your closet of those spare Ubuntu Ship-It CDs you may
have, duct tape a Snickers bar to them if you have to, just give them
[06:48] <mick_> hooray, thank you very much!
[06:48] <azureal> lol @ lotusleaf
[06:48] <GottiX> i have so many of those things lol
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[06:48] <dabaR_> azureal: there is no need for most users to compile
anything on an ubuntu server is what that says
[06:48] <GottiX> i actually just put them in everyones mailboxes...
[06:48] <GottiX> illegal...i know...
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[06:48] <GottiX> but hell
[06:49] <GottiX> it works.
[06:49] <ThinkingMan> mick_: enjoy
[06:49] <ThinkingMan> :)
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[06:49] <Cuboid> Hi
[06:49] <azureal> dabaR, i try to make things minimal by installing
ubuntu server to avoid gnome/kde/xfce but it's not easy =/
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[06:49] <GottiX> azureal, grab a fluxbuntu iso
[06:49] <dabaR_> ya, I find that not easy either
[06:49] <dabaR_> too i guess
[06:49] <GottiX> thats as minimal as your gonnah get
[06:49] <azureal> GottiX, that stuff is outdated, buggy, etc blah
[06:49] <Cuboid> Can someone help me with upgrading GTK?
[06:50] <rbil> 80% of the cool stuff about Linux is in the CLI, and I
don't think that's going to change.
[06:50] <joincamp> i have an nforce2 board with soundstorm. im using
nvidia drivers so i can do proper 5.1, but it appears to be only OSS
compatible. is there a way to make firefox use OSS or make the
soundstorm driver output ALSA?
[06:50] <GottiX> why would you say that? i find no issues with it
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[06:50] <Vaske_Car> dabaR_, check PM
[06:50] <ThinkingMan> So um... anyone know how to exclude a wifi SSID?
[06:50] <dabaR_> Cuboid: if by helping with installing gtk you mean
getting you a glass of water, no I cant. ask the quewstion
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[06:50] <dabaR_> Vaske_Car: I am dabaR_
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[06:50] <GottiX> rbil, no doubt. which is my desktop has no icons...jsut
a transparent terminal...its basically a CLI with a picture behind
it...the FB menu is just a plux for me
[06:50] <azureal> it's finally making!!
[06:51] <Cuboid> Can somebody tell me how to upgrade GTK?
[06:51] <dabaR_> Vaske_Car: and unregged.
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[06:51] <GottiX> well im gonnah go work on some homework...class in....8
hours! i'll be back on soon!
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[06:52] <dabaR_> Vaske_Car: that means I can not reply, but ya, I talked
to you before
[06:52] <ThinkingMan> anyone?
[06:52] <jsjc> anyone is able to tell me the different between the DVD
and the CD of ubuntu what is included in the DVD that is no in the CD?
[06:52] <Vaske_Car> ok
[06:52] <Vaske_Car> :)
[06:52] <dabaR_> good to see ya
[06:53] <Vaske_Car> good to see ya too
[06:53] <Vaske_Car> im back to ubuntu btw
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[06:53] <sexserver> hi everybody
[06:54] <iter> serversecks
[06:54] <leftjustified> hi, can anyone suggest somewhere I can get more
detailed (ie: better) syntax highlighting setup for gEdit?
[06:54] <joincamp> i have an nforce2 board with soundstorm. im using
nvidia drivers so i can do proper 5.1, but it appears to be only OSS
compatible. is there a way to make firefox use OSS or make the
soundstorm driver output ALSA?
[06:54] <dabaR_> sexserver: I would like some served right here
[06:54] <skullripper> hi all
[06:54] <tritium> dabaR_: cut it out
[06:55] <ThinkingMan> let's try something different
[06:55] <dabaR_> leftjustified: oh, the "better" syntax highlighting,
[06:55] <skullripper> i'm having a problem with some fonts in some
[06:55] <ThinkingMan> what does everyone use to manage their wifi in
[06:55] <pixelPOET> ThinkingMan, iwconfig ;)
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[06:55] <azureal> brb
[06:56] <skullripper> i'm having a problem with some fonts in some
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[06:56] <jbroome> and problems with your KB
[06:56] <leftjustified> dabaR_: sorry for not being very concise -- what
I mean is more detailed than just being able to select the colour for the
first <?php tag and other such things... actually, can anyone recommend a
scintilla based editor packaged for ubuntu using gnome front end?
[06:56] <tonyyarusso> skullripper: Flash kinds of programs perhaps?
[06:56] <ThinkingMan> pixelPOET: have you been successful getting that to
work with WPA?
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[06:56] <sexserver> hey can someone help me with this?? i've installed
dapper toan old ibm thinkpad 390e, and everything is running well in
exception of the audio card... i've tryed breezy and it did make the
audio card work, but then i loose ethernet contection... so i was
ondering... is it possible to install breezy drivers to a dapper??
[06:56] <dabaR_> leftjustified: there is a bluefish editor that people
[06:56] <skullripper> i noticed this with two programs
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[06:57] <skullripper> Xmms and Xtraceroute
[06:57] <leftjustified> dabaR_: tried it -- too cludgy :) I prefer my
editor to be as light as possible, not for it to want to be dreamweaver's
little brother ;)
[06:57] <pixelPOET> ThinkingMan, bah WPA and WEP have always been a pain
in the ass...i gave a up on them totally
[06:57] <tonyyarusso> sexserver: You might want to take a look at the
LaptopTesting pages on the wiki to see if anyone has some notes about
that particular model.
[06:57] <skullripper> when i try to see the menu of XMMS
[06:57] <ThinkingMan> pixelPOET: so you're running open wifi?
[06:57] <skullripper> i see nothing
[06:58] <skullripper> the name of the songs are perfectly written
[06:58] <barnetod> hey guys what would be better for someone just getting
into ubuntu, ubuntu or kubuntu? i am curious
[06:58] <skullripper> but they menu is invisible
[06:58] <tritium> barnetod: it's all preference. Either one is great.
[06:58] <tonyyarusso> skullripper: Hmm, well, take a look at !fonts but
I don't know if it's related to your problem.
[06:58] <barnetod> whats the main diff tri
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[06:59] <tonyyarusso> barnetod: Totally personal preference. Try both.
[06:59] <tritium> barnetod: gnome or kde as the desktop env.
[06:59] <barnetod> i know it may be a beaten question just not really
reading anything to different
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[06:59] <dabaR_> barnetod: the wwhole desktop experience, the best is to
try both
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[06:59] <azureal> yay, got wireless to work =)
[06:59] <sexserver> tonyyarusso, where is that?? i've trying for a
little bit more than 3 months and noyhing...
[06:59] <azureal> it works even better than on xp partition =0
[06:59] <Vaske_Car> dabaR_, are you using Edgy?
[06:59] <skullripper> tonyyarusso, i guess is ok because every things
work perfectly
[06:59] <dabaR_> no
[06:59] <tonyyarusso> sexserver:
[06:59] <pixelPOET> ThinkingMan, Yes...i have no problems with that...
[06:59] <Vaske_Car> wondering is it wort upgrading?
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[07:00] <Vaske_Car> worth*
[07:00] <ThinkingMan> OK, well I do, so I need WPA'
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[07:00] <pixelPOET> have fun...i tried everything...
[07:00] <barnetod> tony can anyone test those?
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[07:00] <mnepton> ThinkingMan: sudo apt-get install network-manager-gnome
[07:00] <pixelPOET> then again that WAS back in hoary
[07:00] <barnetod> i have a laptop not listed as tested
[07:00] <pixelPOET> they may have improved things in that area
[07:00] <anilomkar> I applied a theme to desktop, but the theme is not
visible for some windows help me?
[07:00] <whyameye> I have a 2 CPU system but my understanding is that
ubuntu out of the box only supports 1 CPU? How can I change this?
[07:00] <barnetod> and am tired of redhat and xp
[07:01] <pixelPOET> anilomkar, a little more info would help
[07:01] <bay-bee> whyameye: install a SMP capable kernel
[07:01] <tonyyarusso> barnetod: Yeah, just add it under "community
tested", and try not to duplicate a model - collaborate if you have the
same as someone else.
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[07:01] <ThinkingMan> mnepton: I'm using network manager and nm-applet
now, but I'm trying to exclude a SSID and network manager doesn't seem to
be able to do that
[07:01] <xbow> hi all, ubuntu-server 6.06 after the installing on PC with
VIA EPIA doesn't start (freezes after message: Uncompressing Linux... Ok,
booting the kernel). Kernel is 2.6.15-23-server
[07:01] <whyameye> bay-bee: and how/where do I find a SMP capable kernel?
[07:02] <jbroome> !smp
[07:02] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about smp - try searching on
[07:02] <rbil> xbow, just went thru that myself a couple days ago.
ubuntu-server won't work. you need to get the alternative distribution
and install server from there.
[07:02] <anilomkar> pixelPOET, ok i applied theme to my system, when i
open a window in root mode then the theme is not visible.
[07:02] <bay-bee> start the synaptic packet manager, and search for
kernel, you will get a loong list of various kernels, choose the newest
one (2.6.15-27 i think) 686 SMP
[07:03] <barnetod> guess i need to download server edition as well if i
am runnign print servers :)
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[07:03] <xbow> rbil: :(
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[07:03] <rbil> I know. It's silly.
[07:03] <rbil> but you get endless reboots
[07:03] <anilomkar> pixelPOET, root mode means i opened the windows
through run "gksudo nautilus /media/hda5"
[07:03] <pixelPOET> anilomkar, ah...okay. you are going to want to copy
that same theme from ~/.themes to /usr/share/themes
[07:03] <spdf> whyameye, If I'm not mistaken, it should detect the smp
with the generic kernel they've got going on now..
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[07:03] <hrp2171> hello
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[07:04] <pixelPOET> it appears you only have the theme installed to your
[07:04] <anilomkar> pixelPOET, ok ok thanks...
[07:04] <whyameye> spdf: well..I know it isn't currently recognizing the
2nd cpu in dapper....
[07:04] <hrp2171> when adept downloads pkgs for install, where are they
kept? which directory? thanks.
[07:04] <wastrel> hrp2171: /var/cache/apt/archives/
[07:04] <bay-bee> yeah the generic kernel works to
[07:04] <barnetod> pixel where is a good resource for networking ubuntu
laptop with windows desktop
[07:04] <barnetod> as far as print server/file dump
[07:04] <hrp2171> awesome. do they stick around even after install is
[07:05] <wastrel> ye
[07:05] <wastrel> s
[07:05] <hrp2171> thanks
[07:05] <barnetod> or if anyone knows of a good place.
[07:05] <wastrel> you can safely remove them after install if you need
the disk space
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[07:06] <spdf> whyameye, There's a linux-686-smp package in the
restricted dapper repo
[07:06] <hrp2171> i got the w32codecs installed on my laptop but didn't
remember how or where I got em. now i need to put them on my desktop. so
i'll get them from my laptop.
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[07:06] <jbroome> !w32codecs
[07:06] <spdf> hrp2171, you can get them from plf, but its dead
[07:06] <ubotu> For multimedia issues, this page has useful information:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also
http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html -
But please use free formats if you can:
[07:06] <whyameye> spdf: thanks, I'll try.
[07:07] <sexserver> jbroome, if you want i could send it by mail...
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[07:08] <hrp2171> alright guys. thanks.
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[07:09] <barnetod> hey guys before i finish downloading ubuntu one
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[07:10] <barnetod> any of you ever shared a folder through windows xp and
able to access through ubuntu?
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[07:10] <Vaske_Car> me
[07:10] <barnetod> i am curious if i need to convince the wife to let me
load ubuntu on her pc :)
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[07:10] <Vaske_Car> its easy
[07:10] <Vaske_Car> you can map it as well on Ubuntu desktop
[07:10] <azureal> lo, is there some clever way to make startup progs +
commands that is desktop-independent?
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[07:11] <azureal> barnetod, yea, it involves mounting the folder, as you
would mount a flash drive, or cdrom
[07:11] <barnetod> ok azu
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[07:11] <barnetod> i need this to be as painless as possible
[07:11] <spdf> whyameye, should work for you, the grub option won't say
smp, it'll be detected automatically on boot..
[07:11] <Vaske_Car> barnetod, just click Places, connect to server and it
will map folder automatically
[07:11] <barnetod> i cant afford to lose 800 megs of code again
[07:11] <mythril> is there a built in gnome rfb package?
[07:11] <barnetod> xp killed a 6 month old project
[07:11] <mikm[laptop] > 800MB of code?
[07:11] <mikm[laptop] > hfs
[07:11] <barnetod> yeah mikm
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[07:11] <ThinkingMan> exit
[07:11] <azureal> if you have questions later, just ask about mounting
your windows partition
[07:12] <barnetod> i program robotics
[07:12] <ThinkingMan> whoops
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[07:12] <whyameye> spdf: yes. But it will only work if I install the smp
kernel, correct?
[07:12] <barnetod> for m&m mars and.... lets say
[07:12] <barnetod> it went bye bye
[07:12] <barnetod> lol
[07:12] <azureal> people will guide you to the appropriate wiki on fstab.
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[07:12] <barnetod> well 2 weeks of work
[07:12] <azureal> how did it go bye bye?!
[07:12] <mikm[laptop] > Not backing up :p
[07:12] <barnetod> xp locked up, then rebooted
[07:12] <barnetod> formatted itself
[07:12] <azureal> ?!
[07:12] <spdf> whyameye, Well, the linux-686-smp package is just a
metapackage that points to linux-image-686, the smp package has been
removed in edgy
[07:12] <barnetod> without a message :)
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[07:13] <mikm[laptop] > How did it format itself?
[07:13] <barnetod> ask the programmers
[07:13] <barnetod> hell
[07:13] <azureal> barnetod, what kind of antivirus do you have installed
[07:13] <barnetod> if i knew
[07:13] <whyameye> spdf: I'm in dapper...so should multiprocessor support
already be working? It definitely isn't...
[07:13] <mikm[laptop] > !ohmy > barnetod
[07:13] <azureal> !ohmy
[07:13] <ubotu> Please watch your language and keep this channel family
[07:13] <azureal> oh lol
[07:13] <barnetod> azu norton,mcafee and kap
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[07:13] <azureal> ok, i hate norton...
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[07:13] <barnetod> me too
[07:13] <barnetod> but company requires it
[07:14] <BHSPitLappy> eww
[07:14] <barnetod> so...
[07:14] <spdf> whyameye, It will when you've installed the 686 kernel
[07:14] <BHSPitLappy> barnetod, so quit
[07:14] <spdf> whyameye, It installs the 386 kernel by default
[07:14] <barnetod> norton internet protection is no good either
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[07:14] <barnetod> haha bhsp i am in 6 monthes
[07:14] <azureal> barnetod, ok, i only have one antivirus on my windows
partition, and it's the free version -- AVG
[07:14] <mikm[laptop] > Norton anything is no good
[07:14] <spdf> whyameye, is it mulitcore or hyperthread?
[07:14] <barnetod> months* even
[07:14] <whyameye> spdf: got it. Thanks. I'll install the 686 now. It's
hyperthread I guess. Xeon.
[07:15] <barnetod> i agree mikm
[07:15] <barnetod> but when big brother says you need it
[07:15] <barnetod> and he pays the light bill
[07:15] <barnetod> :)
[07:15] <mikm[laptop] > You write a program to fake it :)
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[07:15] <Smotang> whats the difference between redhat, debian and ubuntu?
[07:15] <barnetod> it isnt worth the time :)
[07:15] <mikm[laptop] > Smotang they're different distributions
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[07:16] <mikm[laptop] > Ubuntu is based off of Debian
[07:16] <mikm[laptop] > RedHat uses a different package management system
than Ubuntu and Debian
[07:16] <Smotang> I see? and that means what? I know it means distributed
by different company's but are they interchangeable?
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[07:16] <Smotang> ah!
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[07:16] <Smotang> so they all use the same kernel?
[07:16] <Sutur> Can't use one type of package on another system.
[07:16] <Sutur> Yes.
[07:17] <mikm[laptop] > Not necessarily "interchangeable"
[07:17] <azureal> Smotang, do you like hawaiian pizza? or how about meat
lovers pizza?
[07:17] <Smotang> ah huh? so if i was to try and install a program that
was made for redhat it would not work on debian?
[07:17] <mikm[laptop] > Not necessarily.
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[07:17] <azureal> Smotang, or mushroom + onion?
[07:17] <Smotang> Azureal your point is that they are all pizza's but
with different toppings?
[07:18] <azureal> they're different _flavors_ =)
[07:18] <azureal> but they're all linux ;)
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[07:18] <mikm[laptop] > Mushroom and onion is delicious
[07:18] <Smotang> kk
[07:18] <barnetod> okay one more how stable is 6.10?
[07:18] <barnetod> compared to 6.06
[07:18] <rbil> Smotang, you want to get applications from the respository
of your distribution, or you can compile the source code to work on your
[07:18] <Smotang> Also with most programs that I have found on the net
that support linux they dont call it linux they call it Unix? why is
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[07:19] <azureal> the distros have a core that is similar
[07:19] <azureal> unix commands appear in linux
[07:19] <Smotang> ah gotcha
[07:19] <azureal> and certain root subfolders, permissions, etc
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[07:20] <barnetod> any of you use wine?
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[07:20] <whyameye> barnetod: I use an old version of wine.
[07:20] <azureal> unix was first, though, but you could look up linux on
wikipedia and i'm sure you'll learn about its history ;)
[07:20] <Smotang> ok another question where does ubuntu hide its non
nesseccary programs? In windows the same programs would be in c:/program
[07:20] <spdf> barnetod, cedega here (or WineX)
[07:20] <barnetod> i need one win app to work once i convert this sucker
[07:20] <azureal> lol, i'd think most of the programs in C:\program
files\ would be necessary
[07:20] <mikm[laptop] > /opt/
[07:20] <rbil> All programs are non necessary in Windoze as is the o/s
[07:21] <spdf> barnetod, which?
[07:21] <mikm[laptop] > It can be in a few places, really
[07:21] <barnetod> maple soft
[07:21] <Smotang> No, you could delete them and your computer would still
have no problem running
[07:21] <barnetod> and mathtype
[07:21] <DoLe> @Smotang: it would be in /opt or in /usr/lib as far as i
[07:21] <rbil> in Linux all programs are necessary or you wouldn't
install them in the first place.
[07:21] <mikm[laptop] > Mathtype is ownage
[07:21] <barnetod> engineering programs that have no linux support
[07:21] <Luke> Linux is not an operating system... just a kernel. GNU is
the userland so together its GNU/Linux, the OS
[07:21] <barnetod> you like it mikm?
[07:21] <azureal> i dont have anything in opt.. only /usr/lib =P
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[07:22] <Luke> UNIX is a full OS
[07:22] <mikm[laptop] > barnetod Yeah. It's one of the few programs I
[07:22] <barnetod> need a copy?
[07:22] <barnetod> :)
[07:22] <Smotang> You fail to understand, GIMP is for me a rather
necessary program, but as far as the computer is concerned you could
remove it and the computer would still run other programs with ease.
where abouts would gimp and other programs like it be stored?
[07:22] <mikm[laptop] > I have a legit copy :)
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[07:22] <barnetod> i have a license agreement with them
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[07:22] <barnetod> so i toss it to people a lot
[07:22] <spdf> barnetod, You could try an install in vmware, and try to
load it up in wine.. See if it works out..
[07:22] <Flannel> Smotang: the same place as all the other programs
[07:22] <mikm[laptop] > barnetod What version?
[07:22] <azureal> Smotang, it would probably be in /usr/lib, but you
could probably just type "gimp" in the terminal and it would start ;)
[07:23] <barnetod> let me see. i think 5.2
[07:23] <Smotang> Flannel thank you for that, now where would those other
programs be?
[07:23] <mikm[laptop] > I really haven't found a decent substitute. One
of the nicest features, imo, was that it easily exported to tex markup
[07:23] <whyameye> Smotang: if you want to know where a program is type
"which gimp" on the command line. Probably /usr/bin.
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[07:23] <mikm[laptop] > ooh. I only have 4.x
[07:23] <Smotang> Thanks Azureal
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[07:23] <barnetod> spdf im almost about to burn the image so it may need
testing :)
[07:23] <Smotang> thanks Whyameye
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[07:23] <azureal> Smotang, but preferably "gimp&" to make it run in the
[07:23] <rbil> Smotang ...
[07:23] <Flannel> Smotang: /usr/bin, but that's included in your command
line path, so just type the command to run it
[07:23] <red|rain> Hi, just a few moments ago, I completly lost my audio.
I was watching a DVD then it stoped. I check alsamixer and it was fine
nothing is muted at all. any ideas?
[07:23] <fonz2591> edgy is thursday, right?
[07:23] <mikm[laptop] > 5.x might be fun to play with. I wouldn't mind a
copy, if it isn't too much trouble :)
[07:24] <fonz2591> (26th)
[07:24] <Flannel> Smotang: you really don't need to know where most stuff
is, because it's all ready to go
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[07:24] <barnetod> one sec ill give youa link
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[07:24] <spdf> Maplesoft appears to have a linux client
[07:25] <spdf> Atleast, maplesoft 10 student edition..
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[07:25] <barnetod> yeah it does spdf :) lol whoops
[07:25] <barnetod> maybe calculus wiz didnt
[07:25] <DoLe> sudo aptitude show firefox | grep Version gives me wrong
[07:25] <barnetod> ill have to open my brain :)
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[07:25] <spdf> DoLe, Which version were you expecting?
[07:25] <Flannel> DoLe: which version does it give you? and what were you
[07:26] <barnetod> mikm got pm :)
[07:26] <younghun> hi
[07:26] <DoLe> i have 2.0 final. it gives me "Version: 1.5.dfsg+
[07:27] <spdf> DoLe, You -have- it? From firefox, the about dialog shows
[07:27] <Flannel> DoLe: you don't have 2.0 final from the repositories
[07:27] <jbroome> omg you can install programs that aren't in a repo?
[07:27] <DoLe> about dialog shows 2.0. I didn't get get it repository.
[07:27] <Flannel> jbroome: sure. through various methods,
[07:28] <Flannel> DoLe: since you didn't install it via aptitude/dpkg,
aptitude has no idea it exists
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[07:28] <spdf> DoLe, Ahh, well you didn't get it from the repo then.
aptitude/synaptic/etc will only show you whats in the repos, not what
you've installed from another method..
[07:29] <DoLe> means i didn't screw up anything its aptitude thats gone
mad. right?
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[07:29] <tritium> DoLe: no, aptitude has not gone mad. See spdf's reply.
[07:29] <spdf> DoLe, Well, how did you install 2.0?
[07:30] <DoLe> through a script i found somewhere.
[07:30] <Flannel> DoLe: no, aptitude hasn't gone mad. It's just
reporting an entirely different firefox extirely, you have both
[07:30] <whyameye> spdf: okay I installed the linux 686 kernel. It's
finding 4 CPUs but hyperthreading is disabled (according to dmesg). Does
this mean I have dual core CPUs?
[07:30] <DoLe> i removed
[07:30] <spdf> DoLe, Well, I hope it put it in /usr/local
[07:30] <DoLe> yes thats where it is.
[07:30] <spdf> whyameye, Er, two dual core cpus?
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[07:31] <spdf> DoLe, You're fine then
[07:31] <whyameye> spdf: I think. It's 2 Xeons in there.
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[07:31] <barnetod> so question of the night is why not switch to ubuntu
[07:31] <barnetod> :)
[07:31] <DoLe> no its in /usr/lib
[07:31] <Flannel> DoLe: then aptitude is reporting the repository
version, and still has no idea the other exists. Just be aware, your
version of firefox is not under package management, and therefore you get
to deal with it on your own for keeping it up to date/patched etc, and
mediating with upgrades to future ubuntu versions
[07:31] <spdf> DoLe, Mmm.. Very nice..
[07:31] <Vaske_Car> where do I find mapped folder in system three?
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[07:31] <mikm[laptop] > Don't switch to Ubuntu if you like spending lots
of money
[07:31] <spdf> mikm[laptop] , money on what?
[07:32] <mikm[laptop] > Software
[07:32] <MasseR> barnetod: If you don't like to use time to get
everything to work
[07:32] <apprentice> ubuntu sent me all these cds i dont know what todo
with them
[07:32] <spdf> mikm[laptop] , What have you spent money on?
[07:32] <MasseR> I've stent the entire day to get only my fans working
[07:32] <mikm[laptop] > spdf Nothing yet. Re-read what I said.
[07:32] <spdf> apprentice, I suggest you keep them out of your mouth.
[07:32] <apprentice> i thought they might fit in my mouth
[07:32] <barnetod> should i keep downloading 6.10 or get 6.06?
[07:32] <Smotang> apprentice Give them to friends and such
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[07:32] <MasseR> I have 3d to get working only anymore
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[07:32] <apprentice> no get free coasters
[07:33] <apprentice> i dont have friends
[07:33] <mikm[laptop] > Canonical should develop sturdy, edible CDs
[07:33] <Smotang> I like your style
[07:33] <spdf> Delicious
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[07:33] <aztek> is there a line i can add to my wpa_supplicant.conf to
connect based upon the routers MAC address and not the SSID
[07:34] <barnetod> lol thats sad the official book is half the price of a
replacement manual from microsoft
[07:34] <barnetod> lol
[07:34] <DoLe> OK thanks spdf and Flannel.
[07:34] <Geoffrey2> mikm[laptop] , how about a water soluable CD? in case
you need to hide the evidence in a hurry?
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[07:34] <Ottoman> hi
[07:34] <mikm[laptop] > Interesting idea
[07:34] <barnetod> hey is there a good photoshop app for ubuntu?
[07:35] <apprentice> i like akwairc on os x
[07:35] <mikm[laptop] > But I was thinking along the lines of software in
3rd-world companies
[07:35] <mikm[laptop] > Kill two birds with one stone - send them an OS
and lunch.
[07:35] <barnetod> geoff they have an acid at my work that does that :)
[07:35] <barnetod> turns the cd white
[07:35] <barnetod> :)
[07:35] <apprentice> acid
[07:35] <apprentice> yummy
[07:35] <Geoffrey2> mikm[laptop] , what, upgrade Ubuntu and have lunch at
the same time?
[07:35] <spdf> barnetod, there's Gimp, if you want something "similar" to
photoshop then try out GimpShop
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[07:36] <apprentice> is gimp supposed to be gimp
[07:36] <barnetod> thank spdf that available on sourceforge?
[07:36] <mikm[laptop] > Make them last a long time so they can eat their
old CDs when the new version comes out
[07:36] <spdf> barnetod, Google for it. I've only ever compiled it from
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[07:36] <mikm[laptop] > bonus points: make them taste like the animal in
[07:36] <mikm[laptop] > Dapper Drake CDs taste like roast duck
[07:36] <mikm[laptop] > etc.
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[07:37] <barnetod> mikm i need to send you some candy then
[07:37] <barnetod> lol eating cds
[07:37] <spdf> Oh man, the Fancy Fawn. I love deer.
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[07:37] <Geoffrey2> as far as I can see, the Linux version of Firefox
doesn't have an installer...I guess you just copy the folder to wherever
you want it, then run the start script
[07:37] <marcrosoft> can you order edgy cds yet?
[07:37] <mikm[laptop] > No
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[07:37] <mnepton> Geoffrey2: or just wait the week it will take to get in
the repositories
[07:37] <mikm[laptop] > I just checked myself :)
[07:37] <cafuego> marcrosoft: There won't be any edgy CDs
[07:37] <bluefox83> Geoffrey2, whah? just get it from apt >.>
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[07:37] <Robbie_> Hi all, I'm trying to play video in totem, and it's
telling me i need plugins, where can I get them?
[07:37] <marcrosoft> mikm[laptop] , thur?
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[07:38] <alexander> how to extract .rar files
[07:38] <alexander> ?
[07:38] <DoLe> Robbie_ install w32codecs
[07:38] <Geoffrey2> bluefox83, I'm not whining about it...just saying it
doesn't seem to have an installer.....
[07:38] <barnetod> download winrar :) har har
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[07:38] <spdf> alex_ubuntu, apt-get install unrar (you'll need to enable
[07:38] <pixelPOET> alexander, apt-get install unrar
[07:38] <Robbie_> Where can I get those?
[07:38] <barnetod> good program there
[07:39] <pixelPOET> spdf, i almost sent that to alex_ubuntu too
[07:39] <pixelPOET> :P
[07:39] <bluefox83> Geoffrey2, that's cus every distro has it available
for download and installation from their package managers
[07:39] <spdf> !w32codecs | Robbie_
[07:39] <ubotu> Robbie_: For multimedia issues, this page has useful
information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See
also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html
- But please use free formats if you can:
[07:39] <spdf> pixelPOET, Fast hands...
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[07:40] <pixelPOET> spdf, you wouldn't believe how fast hands coupled
with the "rm" command and the "tab" button have drove me to curse out my
[07:40] <kyonsalt> Any1,the ESD daemon got 100% cpu load when booting.
Then, the
[07:40] <kyonsalt> ubuntu slow enough except I kill the ESD-bin esound
esound-server pid.
[07:40] <kyonsalt> How to do then?
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[07:40] <spdf> pixelPOET, My mom deleted 90% of her home dir yesterday
doing just that
[07:40] <marcrosoft> cafuego, aww :(
[07:40] <vilefridge> Hello. Just did a dist-upgrade to edgy and while
unpacking one of the new packages, Anjuita, it said it failed and tossed
me to a command line. 'startx' won't work, and neither will dpkg-
reconfigure xserver-xorg. I'm stuck at a command line. Any suggestions?
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[07:41] <Flannel> vilefridge: #ubuntu+1 for edgy support
[07:41] <vilefridge> thanks
[07:41] <pixelPOET> spdf, haha...must suck. i fubared my fluxbox
install...thankfully i had most of it backed up
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[07:41] <alexander> what should i do after installing unrar
[07:41] <alexander> ?
[07:41] <pixelPOET> alexander, "man unrar"
[07:42] <pixelPOET> alexander, i believe it is "unrar -e [rarfile] " but
verify that
[07:42] <cafuego> marcrosoft: 6.06 is LTS, so as I understand it they'll
keep shipping those instead; whereas edgy won't be as stable as dapper.
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[07:43] <marcrosoft> cafuego, i see..
[07:43] <apprentice> so is ubuntu ever gonna be usefull
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[07:43] <tonyyarusso> marcrosoft: Of course everybody can burn Edgy CDs
and hand those out even if ShipIt doesn't have them.
[07:43] <apprentice> marcrosoft
[07:43] <marcrosoft> is there a better version of 'top'?
[07:43] <Noah0504> apprentice: I find it useful all ready.
[07:43] <pixelPOET> apprentice, it is...it depends on the user.
[07:43] <bur[n] er> htop
[07:43] <spdf> marcrosoft, htop
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[07:44] <pixelPOET> apprentice, which doesnt say much for you,
[07:44] <spdf> marcrosoft, its not "better", just easier to look at..
[07:44] <bur[n] er> marcrosoft: gnome-system-monitor :)
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[07:44] <LinuxRetard> your friends over at Edubuntu don't like my name.
I hope people in this group have a better sense of humor...
[07:44] <barnetod> spdf when you work in the corporate word you thank god
you have windows lol
[07:44] <marcrosoft> spdf, i think htop was the one... yea not better
just easier on the eyes
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[07:45] <barnetod> peopl have a hard enough time using lotus notes at my
=== bur[n] er just installed a lotus notes server today... weird thing...
does it work with linux at all?
[07:45] <barnetod> burner need a job :)
=== bur[n] er doesn't really understand what lotus notes is, though it
looks like an exchange like beast built with java
[07:45] <LinuxRetard> I have Edubuntu on two of my kiddies pcs...both
wireless. 1 works, 1 doesn't. anyone feeling helpful this evening?
[07:46] <apprentice> isnt lotus really old
[07:46] <spdf> marcrosoft, Yeh, its almost exactly the same really. Just
colours and other visual stuff..
[07:46] <apprentice> like lotus 123
[07:46] <spdf> LinuxRetard, Same hardware?
[07:46] <barnetod> no apprentice
[07:46] <bur[n] er> lotus domino and lotus notes seem fairly up to date
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[07:46] <barnetod> lotus notes 10 i think we run
[07:46] <AbortD> how do i compile something with opengl?
[07:46] <barnetod> stinks though
[07:46] <barnetod> so slow
[07:46] <bur[n] er> barnetod: does it work with linux? i saw the latest
version has an os x client
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[07:46] <apprentice> does lotus also make cars
[07:46] <AbortD> like this program has a option of opengl
[07:46] <barnetod> and just laid out so poorly
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[07:46] <AbortD> how i apply that option?
[07:47] <LinuxRetard> spdf, no. need to know brand?
[07:47] <apprentice> what is for os x?
[07:47] <spdf> LinuxRetard, Sure, of the one thats not working
[07:47] <pixelPOET> LinuxRetard, whats the lspci output for the wireless
cards on both machines? it's possible that one is automatically detected
and the other needs ndiswrapper
[07:47] <LinuxRetard> spdf...be right back
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[07:48] <barnetod> i need a book for linux haha im so lost on some of
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[07:48] <ZirJoker> !player
[07:48] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about player - try searching
on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[07:48] <barnetod> i know bosch motronics like no other but linux = lost
lost soul
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[07:48] <ZirJoker> !media players
[07:48] <spdf> ZirJoker, Xine, Totem, Mplayer
[07:48] <spdf> ZirJoker, What exactly are you looking for?
[07:48] <ZirJoker> i have xmms and rythm box
[07:48] <ZirJoker> the best player
[07:49] <ZirJoker> which player do you use?
[07:49] <spdf> ZirJoker, Best is subjective..
[07:49] <ZirJoker> i know is subjective... but i hmm i used to use winamp
5 in windows and i want the closest player to it, xmms is more like
winamp 2
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[07:50] <barnetod> i use rockbox in windows
[07:50] <marcrosoft> winamp 5 was crap.. in my opinion
[07:50] <bur[n] er> ZirJoker: try listen?
[07:50] <barnetod> best thing on earth for windows
[07:50] <marcrosoft> owned by aol.. and had tons of bloatware
[07:50] <DoLe_> ZirJoker: most linux media players are like itunes
[07:50] <marcrosoft> could try bmp..
[07:50] <barnetod> zir check rockbox
[07:50] <bur[n] er> bmp is like xmms is like winamp 2
[07:50] <Madpilot> Muine FTW
[07:50] <marcrosoft> ZirJoker, bmp is updated xmms
[07:51] <alexander> how to install real player
[07:51] <alexander> ?
[07:51] <bur[n] er> wtf is rockbox... listen rocks ;)
[07:51] <ZirJoker> xD
[07:51] <alexander> apt-get install Realplayer is not working
[07:51] <bur[n] er> rockbox is for portable players
[07:51] <ZirJoker> :O
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[07:51] <ZirJoker> xD
[07:51] <fdsd> hey guys, how can I make this script shorter and so it
doesnt have to repeat? http://keanmarine.com/test1
[07:51] <propagandhi> !RestrictedFormats
[07:51] <ubotu> For multimedia issues, this page has useful information:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also
http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html -
But please use free formats if you can:
[07:51] <ZirJoker> so which media player do you recommend to me?
[07:52] <spdf> alex_ubuntu, Do you have the canonical repo enabled?
[07:52] <alexander> what is thaT?
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[07:52] <propagandhi> ZirJoker: try kaffeine, mplayer and more, you'll
only know ur own preference by tryinh
[07:52] <propagandhi> trying
[07:52] <bur[n] er> ZirJoker: http://listengnome.free.fr/ <--listen is
gtk and has a lot of teh same winamp features, but no video
[07:52] <barnetod> burner all i use with my ipod :)
[07:52] <spdf> alexander, deb http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu dapper-
commercial main
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[07:52] <barnetod> no need to listen to music through my laptop
[07:52] <ZirJoker> does it has a media library?
[07:52] <LinuxRetard> spdf, airlink+ no model number...think awlh3025
[07:52] <bur[n] er> ZirJoker: yes
[07:52] <ZirJoker> :o
[07:53] <spdf> LinuxRetard, Whats the Laptop brand/model?
[07:53] <DoLe_> ZirJoker you can automatix2.
[07:53] <ZirJoker> hmmm
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[07:53] <ZirJoker> ok
[07:53] <ZirJoker> someone told me automatix was evil
[07:53] <ZirJoker> xDD
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[07:54] <propagandhi> ZirJoker: maybe amarok is for u
[07:54] <spdf> LinuxRetard, It appears that you may have to use
ndiswrapper with that one
[07:54] <LinuxRetard> spdf, no laptop, p4 1.7mhz 512ram...my brand
[07:54] <ZirJoker> amarok...? is it another media player?
[07:54] <Flannel> ZirJoker: it is.
[07:54] <propagandhi> ZirJoker: u need to look around at whats available
and try them
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[07:54] <Flannel> DoLe_: please don't recommend automatix
[07:54] <DoLe_> oops. sorry.
[07:54] <spdf> LinuxRetard, Ahh, Just a pci card then
[07:54] <barnetod> spdf is there a list of ubuntu supported wireless
[07:55] <ZirJoker> listengnome looks good
[07:55] <ZirJoker> lets download it..
[07:55] <spdf> barnetod, if it works with linux it'll work with ubuntu
[07:55] <LinuxRetard> spdf, yes...pci 802.11g...works fine in winblows
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[07:56] <barnetod> mines an intel pro
[07:56] <spdf> LinuxRetard, Well, I'd look into ndiswrapper
[07:56] <spdf> LinuxRetard, You'll need to get the driver you're using in
windows, and set it up with ndiswrapper.
[07:56] <barnetod> i hope it works lol
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[07:57] <LinuxRetard> spdf, I will try it...not much luck w/it in the
past. Thanx for your help and barnetod...thanx for your er uh
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[07:58] <barnetod> linuxretard im sorry lol im so new to this
[07:58] <barnetod> im still downloading my first version
[07:58] <propagandhi> you go girls!
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[07:58] <spdf> LinuxRetard, It shouldn't give you too much grief. There's
no need to compile the ndiswrapper kernel modules atleast..
[07:58] <pixelPOET> LinuxRetard, do you have ndiswrapper installed on
both machines?
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[07:59] <LinuxRetard> barnetod, I'm always good for a giggle and a
genuine newb myself
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[07:59] <barnetod> you may wanna be in here tomorrow and watch how bad
the install will go
[07:59] <silly_girl22> help please. im having trouble with using ntfs
after i mounted it. i keep getting permission denied and i logged in as
root with sudo su
[07:59] <ZirJoker> how do i install listengnome?
[07:59] <LinuxRetard> spdf, i've tried it with puppy and failed miserably
over and over, wish me luck!
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[08:00] <spdf> LinuxRetard, good luck. Just make sure you're matching up
the right driver with the card..
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[08:00] <tonyyarusso> !ntfs | silly_girl22
[08:00] <barnetod> whats a good torrent client for linux
[08:00] <ubotu> silly_girl22: To view your Windows/Mac partitions see
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions - See
also !fuse
[08:00] <ZirJoker> !torrent
[08:00] <ubotu> Torrent clients: Azureus (Java), BitTornado (Shell with
python front-end), KTorrent (KDE/Qt) - Bittorent FAQ:
[08:00] <DoLe> azureus
[08:00] <barnetod> ugh
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[08:00] <barnetod> :( azu will do
[08:01] <propagandhi> silly_girl22: you trying to write to the NTFS
[08:01] <ZirJoker> how do i install listengnome?
[08:02] <pixelPOET> ZirJoker, http://listengnome.free.fr/
[08:02] <pixelPOET> go to the downloads section
[08:02] <DoLe> ZirJoker: use synaptic
[08:02] <silly_girl22> im not tryint to write to ntfs
[08:02] <ZirJoker> ok
[08:02] <silly_girl22> i just want to view pictures on it
[08:02] <pixelPOET> DoLe, is it already in the repos?
[08:02] <silly_girl22> it used to be simple
[08:02] <silly_girl22> did something change?
[08:02] <dabaR__> silly_girl22: oh, you silly girl, you can't watch
[08:02] <bur[n] er> ZirJoker: you have to add the repositories from teh
site... look at teh download page
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[08:02] <DoLe> it is named listen
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[08:03] <pixelPOET> ZirJoker, where it says 6.06 stable, your going to
want to put those lines in the /etc/apt/sources.list file
[08:03] <ZirJoker> :o
[08:03] <ZirJoker> so i type... sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list?
[08:03] <pixelPOET> ZirJoker, then run apt-get update && apt-get install
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[08:03] <pixelPOET> ZirJoker, yes.
[08:03] <ZirJoker> :o
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[08:03] <barnetod> so uh anyone need an oink invite so answering
questions :)
[08:03] <barnetod> all i got lol
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[08:04] <propagandhi> silly_girl22: what is the output of cat /etc/mtab
[08:04] <barnetod> so=for :)
[08:04] <silly_girl22> whats wrong with this assuming /dev/hda2 is my
ntfs partition? mkdir /home/ubuntu/Desktop/Windows; sudo mount -t ntfs
/dev/hda2 /home/ubuntu/Desktop/Windows
[08:04] <silly_girl22> and im using a live cd
[08:05] <silly_girl22> thats why my user is ubuntu
[08:05] <tonyyarusso> How can I determine a keys keycode (cli)?
[08:05] <silly_girl22> heres a little output from /etc/mtab     /dev/hda2
/home/ubuntu/Desktop/Windows ntfs rw 0 0
[08:05] <dabaR__> silly_girl22: you can't write, right?
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[08:05] <dabaR__> sorry
[08:05] <dabaR__> silly_girl22: you cant see anything because of
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[08:06] <silly_girl22> okay, how is it corrected?
[08:06] <dabaR__> sudo mount -t ntfs /dev/hda2
/home/ubuntu/Desktop/Windows -oumask=0222
[08:06] <dabaR__> but first sudo umount /dev/hda2
[08:06] <bur[n] er> silly_girl22: "sudo su" :) just become root and
browse around
[08:06] <marcrosoft> anyone know of a program for linux that is free and
will copy a disk sector by sector like ghost?
[08:06] <spdf> marcrosoft, dd
[08:06] <dabaR__> bur[n] er: why, that's a good solution...
[08:07] <propagandhi> silly_girl22: after u mounted it are u navigating
the ntfs drive from a terminal or the folder browser
[08:07] <bur[n] er> marcrosoft: dd is command line and there is no gui
that does this afaik :\
[08:07] <AbortD> anyone know how i build with opengl?
[08:07] <ZirJoker> it says it cant finde listen
[08:07] <bur[n] er> dabaR__: very true... but i always forget the option
-oumask and have to man page it to look it up
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[08:08] <dabaR__> bur[n] er: you have to set the umask. it is an option,
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[08:08] <dabaR__> that is how I remember it
[08:09] <dabaR__> and lots of people ask
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[08:09] <marcrosoft> anyone home
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[08:10] <DoLe> ZirJoker accept my sources.list
[08:10] <bur[n] er> anyone know of a linux app that can image a drive and
save it to a compressed file? dd can do byte for byte, but can it be
compressed and restored bit by bit?
[08:10] <ZirJoker> eeh
[08:10] <silly_girl22> anyone have expierence with 2wire router/modem?
[08:10] <ZirJoker> where do i do that? XD
[08:10] <silly_girl22> experience
[08:10] <bur[n] er> 2wire's re soooooooooo slow
[08:10] <ZirJoker> i have a 2wire home portal
[08:10] <propagandhi> bur[n] er: ghost for linux??
[08:10] <propagandhi> bur[n] er: or are u looking for something that can
run whilst in the OS/GUI
[08:11] <bur[n] er> propagandhi: that's the idea ;) i find myself still
using a windows livecd and driveimage xml
[08:11] <ZirJoker> dole where do i accept your sources list?
[08:11] <silly_girl22> ZirJoker: i need your help. i couldnt set up port
forwarding on it. if i tried on any other router, it would have been no
[08:11] <LinuxRetard> spdf, wlan0 shows active. does this mean anything?
also how do I get to ndiswrapper
[08:11] <propagandhi> bur[n] er: there actually is a project called
[08:11] <bur[n] er> propagandhi: both from a livecd and live while in teh
[08:11] <DoLe> leave it.
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[08:11] <spdf> AbortD, Does it use SDL?
[08:11] <ZirJoker> eeeh
[08:11] <AbortD> yes
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[08:11] <silly_girl22> bur[n] er: can you help with 2wire?
[08:12] <ZirJoker> i only connected ethernet to my pc and it works just
[08:12] <ZirJoker> in my xp pc and my ubuntu pc
[08:12] <AbortD> its something like ./configure -prefix=/usr -opengl
[08:12] <AbortD> or something
[08:12] <silly_girl22> ZirJoker: im trying to setup 2wire so i can vnc to
a computer on its network. can you help?
[08:12] <spdf> AbortD, If its SDL then you'll need to install the SDL dev
[08:12] <AbortD> i did
[08:12] <propagandhi> bur[n] er: http://sourceforge.net/projects/g4l
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[08:12] <bur[n] er> silly_girl22: what's the issue? possibly... i don't
have one, but seen them plenty
[08:12] <AbortD> its a option when i compile
[08:12] <spdf> AbortD, What errors is it giving you then?
[08:13] <AbortD> i do not know how to get it
[08:13] <ZirJoker> mo i cant sorry
[08:13] <AbortD> Build with OpenGL: no
[08:13] <bur[n] er> silly_girl22: it's able to port forward based on
netbios name :) that's kinda neat
[08:13] <spdf> AbortD, what is it that you're trying to compile?
[08:13] <AbortD> the mana world
[08:13] <AbortD> its a game
[08:13] <DoLe> ZirJoker: my mistake its not there in repo by default. i
had to put in a external repo to get it in synaptic. Sorry.
[08:13] <silly_girl22> bur[n] er: yes, but confusing as hell. how do i do
that with linux?
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[08:14] <ZirJoker> :s
[08:14] <bur[n] er> silly_girl22: linux still uses netbios names...
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[08:14] <spdf> AbortD, sudo apt-get install libphysfs-dev libcurl3-
openssl-dev libxml2-dev libsdl-image1.2-dev libsdl-mixer1.2-dev libsdl-
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[08:14] <AbortD> your making me want to die
[08:15] <AbortD> dude
[08:15] <DoLe> the external repo i am talking about is there at
http://listengnome.free.fr/ ... click on downloads
[08:15] <spdf> AbortD, Check out
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[08:15] <AbortD> its in the ./configure screen to enable opengl
[08:15] <AbortD> i've done it before
[08:15] <AbortD> i dont care about dependancies
[08:15] <AbortD> its a option
[08:15] <AbortD> not a dependancy
[08:15] <bur[n] er> ZirJoker: i messaged you
[08:15] <silly_girl22> bur[n] er: if ubuntu is in my /etc/hostname,
should that show up in the router? btw its a router and modem in 1
[08:16] <bur[n] er> silly_girl22: it should
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[08:17] <marcrosoft> anyone know of a hard drive copying program (like
norton ghost) for linux?
[08:17] <spdf> AbortD, Its --with-opengl
[08:17] <marcrosoft> and is free/open source
[08:17] <bur[n] er> marcrosoft: partimage :)
[08:17] <AbortD> there we go!
[08:18] <AbortD> thank you!
[08:18] <AbortD> i told ya it was a string!
[08:18] <spdf> AbortD, ./configure --help for next time
[08:18] <AbortD> i did
[08:18] <AbortD> didnt know which one to pick
[08:18] <spdf> AbortD, ./configure --help | grep opengl
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[08:18] <AbortD> grep opengl?
[08:18] <spdf> AbortD, It'll show you which lines contain "opengl"
[08:19] <spdf> AbortD, as opposed to showing you everything..
[08:19] <AbortD> oh ok
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[08:19] <AbortD> i was goin nuts
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[08:21] <bug> does anyone have the ice1724 (envy something) soundcard? i
just upgraded and i can't seem to get sound to work on the livecd
[08:21] <kraut> moin
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[08:22] <spdf> AbortD, No problem. I was sort of lost as to what was
going on.. Since you were just asking "anyone know how I build with
opengl?" or something..
[08:22] <AbortD> :P
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[08:22] <LinuxRetard> spdf? Remember me? wlan0 shows active. does this
mean anything? also how do I get to ndiswrapper?
[08:23] <spdf> LinuxRetard, Oooh, Sorry..
[08:23] <spdf> LinuxRetard, Is the AP open?
[08:23] <propagandhi> LinuxRetard: what does iwconfig wlan0 say
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[08:23] <AbortD> how do i check what % my comp is running at?
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[08:24] <spdf> AbortD, Expand on your questions.. CPU?
[08:24] <AbortD> central processing unit
[08:24] <bimberi> AbortD: top
[08:25] <spdf> AbortD, Fair enough... System -> Admin -> System
Monitor... or, top from the command line..
[08:25] <LinuxRetard> spdf propagandhi, i'll go open the console and
check the iwconfig
[08:26] <tonyyarusso> Is it possible to map a key to a command on cli?
[08:26] <spdf> LinuxRetard, try iwlist wlan0 ap
[08:27] <spdf> LinuxRetard, or, iwlist wlan0 scaning
[08:27] <silly_girl22> bur[n] er: how soon will it know if there is
another computer with a netbios name. i mean how long will it recognize
and find ubuntu if i reboot from windows and put a live cd in. will
ubuntu show in the list right away?
[08:27] <LinuxRetard> spdf propagandhi, it looks like it is functioning,
showing signal at 46/100
[08:27] <bur[n] er> silly_girl22: i think so
[08:27] <LinuxRetard> specifically, what do I look for. I'm not in the
same room so bear with me
[08:28] <propagandhi> LinuxRetard: what mode is it in - managed?
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[08:28] <spdf> LinuxRetard, You're just checking to make sure its up and
finding and ap..
[08:29] <LinuxRetard> not in the stats...do I need to edit a conf file or
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[08:31] <propagandhi> LinuxRetard: if u do iwconfig wlan0 set mode
[08:31] <propagandhi> what happens
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[08:32] <spdf> LinuxRetard, rather, iwconfig wlan0 mode managed
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[08:33] <eetfunk> Is there a way to install the -server- version of
Ubuntu from the Live cd?
[08:33] <LinuxRetard> set didn't work, but mode said not permitted
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[08:33] <eetfunk> I'm trying to install Ubuntu Server in Parallels on my
Mac, but it fails.
[08:34] <LinuxRetard> er, operation not permitted
[08:34] <Flannel> eetfunk: grab the alternate CD, you can install the
basic version from it (no LAMP preinstall, and no special kernel, but
those can be installed later), (or just grab the server CD)
[08:35] <eetfunk> Flannel: it fails unless I use the Install icon on the
Live CD.
[08:35] <spdf> LinuxRetard, When you do "iwlist wlan0 scan" does it come
up with anything?
[08:35] <Flannel> eetfunk: hmm? No way to install the server from the
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[08:36] <propagandhi> LinuxRetard: you are as root?
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[08:36] <LinuxRetard> no scan results
[08:36] <LinuxRetard> no, not on as root...tried su, but I don't know pas
[08:36] <spdf> LinuxRetard, sudo
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[08:37] <LinuxRetard> sudo iwlist wlan0 scan?
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[08:37] <propagandhi> LinuxRetard: and u use ur own pass
[08:37] <spdf> LinuxRetard, sudo iwconfig wlan0 mode managed
[08:37] <Wiseguy> hey guys, does anyone know hwo i can convert my dvd's
to xvid? my dvd player isnt working properly at all
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[08:37] <teledyn> hello kornbluth, guy with weird name
[08:37] <sanmarcos> is there a way to get firefox 2 in ubuntu dapper?
without using the mozilla.org vanilla packages?
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[08:38] <teledyn> Wiseguy: acidrip
[08:38] <Flannel> sanmarcos: not currently, no, it'll be through 3rd
party repositories once/if it happens at that
[08:38] <Geoffrey2> sanmarcos, give it about a week and it should appear
in the repositories
[08:38] <sanmarcos> ok, I can wait
[08:38] <LinuxRetard> OK, did it and it let me this time. Pinged my
router and network not present
[08:39] <spdf> LinuxRetard, sudo dhclient wlan0
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[08:39] <sanmarcos> also, ntpdate should work out of the box in dapper
[08:39] <sanmarcos> it does it through if-up
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[08:40] <eetfunk> is there a way to get a regular "root" user instead of
sudoing all the time? i mean, i'd like to ssh into my box as root
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[08:40] <sanmarcos> eetfunk: sudo -i
[08:40] <sanmarcos> eetfunk: or enable the root user
[08:41] <Flannel> eetfunk: er... you probably don't want to allow root to
[08:41] <sanmarcos> eetfunk: you definately dont want to enable root
login throguh ssh
[08:41] <propagandhi> eetfunk: ur much wiser to ssh as a limited user and
switch to root
[08:41] <LinuxRetard> no dhcp offers rec'd
[08:41] <sanmarcos> eetfunk: do as propagandhi said
[08:41] <sanmarcos> then they have to guess two passwords, that is if you
disable sudo
[08:41] <eetfunk> propagandhi: this is just a test box (virtual machine)
[08:41] <sanmarcos> remote root login is a bad idea
[08:41] <propagandhi> eetfunk: yet, you may just have an urge to be
[08:41] <spdf> LinuxRetard, sudo iwconfig eth1 essid <the essid of your
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[08:41] <propagandhi> eetfunk: is the test box on ur network, are other
pc's attached in any way shape or form?
[08:42] <eetfunk> no
[08:42] <eetfunk> nop other pc
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[08:42] <eetfunk> its a virtual machine on my pc, so the network is only
between my mac and the ubuntu vm
[08:42] <propagandhi> eetfunk: kill it if you feel the need, but I still
dont see the logic
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[08:42] <spdf> LinuxRetard, So much running back and forth 'eh..
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[08:43] <Flannel> eetfunk: there's really no reason not to just use sudo
[08:43] <Wiseguy> for some reason i can seem to get the regular mplayer
listed in synaptic..
[08:43] <sanmarcos> there is no regular mplayer
[08:43] <sanmarcos> there are different builds, and they are not
available in the offical repos
[08:44] <LinuxRetard> about 5 steps away...no biggie. no luck, though.
it doesn't see my router ssid
[08:44] <sanmarcos> at least not the ones most people actually carea bout
[08:44] <Flannel> 'mplayer' is available, in multiverse
[08:44] <Flannel> Wiseguy: you'll need to enable multiverse
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[08:44] <sanmarcos> right but you cant play shit with that
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[08:44] <Wiseguy> i did :S
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[08:44] <Flannel> Wiseguy: you sure? pastebin your sources.list
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[08:45] <LinuxRetard> spdf, I did wlan0...no eth1. That is what you
meant, right?
[08:45] <Wiseguy> wait a sec... is multiverse different than universe?
[08:45] <Flannel> Wiseguy: yes
[08:45] <sanmarcos> yesw
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[08:45] <Wiseguy> how do i use multiverse?
[08:45] <spdf> LinuxRetard, Sorry, yes. I have it as eth1 here..
[08:45] <spdf> Wiseguy, same way you use universe.. Just add the repo
[08:46] <ChaosFan> r/wg 30
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[08:48] <awilcox> Hello
[08:48] <LinuxRetard> spdf, nothing. I'm starting to thin 're-install'
[08:48] <Byro> hi awilcox
[08:48] <awilcox> Is there any way to access a MSSQL database with no
chance of *ever* having Windows installed ever?
[08:48] <Byro> i am trying out the ubuntu 6.06 LTS live cd...just want to
say, kudos! it's excellent....
[08:49] <awilcox> Hello Byro.
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[08:49] <awilcox> Byro, yes, Ubuntu is by far one of the best Linux
distros out there IMHO.
[08:49] <ink251> Congradulations Byro
[08:49] <awilcox> ink251, I made that spelling error a lot a couple of
years ago, it
[08:49] <awilcox> 's Congratulations
[08:49] <awilcox> with a t
[08:49] <awilcox> not a d
[08:49] <ink251> i just auto spell checked it
[08:50] <awilcox> ink251, hmm, weird.
[08:50] <ink251> spell check create a whole new generation of usage
[08:50] <awilcox> hehe :)
[08:50] <ink251> created*
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[08:50] <ink251> what make ubuntu device autodetection work? is it just
[08:50] <awilcox> anyways, is there *any* way of accessing a Microsoft
SQL Server database? in Linux?
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[08:51] <Byro> awilcox: sorry, wish I could help ya
[08:51] <awilcox> Byro, that's okay.
[08:52] <awilcox> but does anybody else know a way?
[08:52] <awilcox> I mean there has to be a way
[08:52] <spdf> awilcox, http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/6636
[08:52] <spdf> awilcox, That's the closest I came
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[08:53] <mnepton> awilcox: http://www.freetds.org/
[08:53] <awilcox> Umo, no
[08:53] <awilcox> I mean
[08:53] <awilcox> um, no
[08:53] <awilcox> I don't need to connect to it
[08:53] <awilcox> I need to use it
[08:53] <awilcox> as in
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[08:53] <awilcox> I don't have a Windows server to install MSSQL on
[08:53] <sanmarcos> gedit is becoming quite nice, I love the snippets
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[08:54] <spdf> awilcox, Ooh..
[08:54] <xjkx> UBUNTU 64 6.06LTS, how do i make hd sata work?
[08:54] <awilcox> spdf, what, that complicated things? :P
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[08:54] <Jfrench> HELLO! ALL! Is there an application out there that will
change my voice? Im recording some music and i want to change the way i
sound for a particular part
[08:55] <awilcox> Jfrench, uh...Audacity?
[08:55] <sanmarcos> Jfrench: depends, but Audacity
[08:55] <awilcox> !info audacity
[08:55] <ubotu> audacity: A fast, cross-platform audio editor. In
component universe, is optional. Version 1.2.4b-2ubuntu2 (dapper),
package size 1842 kB, installed size 5460 kB
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[08:55] <awilcox> Oh, how I've missed you, Ubotu.
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[08:55] <Jfrench> Not like audacity, I need it to make my voice sound
like a Woman
[08:55] <Jfrench> women
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[08:55] <awilcox> Jfrench, uh, get a girl to sing it? :)
[08:55] <sanmarcos> Jfrench: I understand, I know where you can get help
[08:56] <spdf> awilcox, perhaps www.iobdc.org
[08:56] <Jfrench> sanmarcos: You have a surgestion?
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[08:56] <sanmarcos> Jfrench: yes, I know a great psychologist
[08:56] <spdf> awilcox, er, or not..
[08:56] <Jfrench> Funny
[08:56] <awilcox> sanmarcos hehe
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[08:57] <awilcox> spdf: Firefox can't located www.iobdc.org.
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[08:57] <curly> hey, I'm sure this gets a lot of airtime but MY FONTS
look funny
[08:57] <Jfrench> I know there was software that would manipulate your
voice as it was being recorded, as in it was a middle man before
[08:58] <awilcox> "All major and most minor databases are now available
on Linux (with the lone exception of MS-SQL)"
[08:58] <awilcox> ^ :( :( :( :(
[08:58] <spdf> awilcox, Sorry, iodbc.org
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[08:58] <sanmarcos> awilcox: just use windows if you need that crap
[08:58] <awilcox> sanmarcos, not as easy as it sounds.
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[08:58] <curly> I get alot of "yield" diamonds with a question mark
[08:59] <sanmarcos> yes, super mario
[08:59] <awilcox> spdf: Well, I got redirected to www.iobdc.org, which
Firefox still can't located.
[08:59] <xjkx> UBUNTU 64 6.06LTS, how do i make hd sata work?
[08:59] <curly> I can't understand why anyone would use ms-sql anymore
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[09:00] <spdf> awilcox, Hmm I've got http://www.iodbc.org up
[09:00] <awilcox> curly, I don't *want* to, it's just I have data on
there, from before I was enlightened.
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[09:00] <cyphase> ohhh, Beryl is nice
[09:00] <sanmarcos> awilcox: convert it>
[09:00] <cyphase> nice*
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[09:00] <curly> right, I unnerstand,... I'm in the same boat sorta with
ntfs disks
[09:01] <dabaR> curly: post a link to a screenshot so we can laugh
[09:01] <curly> lol
[09:01] <dabaR> curly: for the funny font
[09:01] <Wiseguy> hey guys when i plug in my external HDD's ubuntu makes
it so that i have to be a root user to view the drive... is there anyway
to make it so that a normal user can access the drive?
[09:01] <curly> ok, it'll take me a few minits
[09:01] <curly> lol
[09:02] <dabaR> curly: if it is not really funny, don't bother
[09:02] <spdf> awilcox, doesn't appear that it'll help you though...
[09:02] <awilcox> sanmarcos, How?! That's the whole reason I'm hear
[09:02] <awilcox> s/hear/here/
[09:02] <xjkx> hi, hd sata?
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[09:03] <sanmarcos> awilcox: #sql
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[09:03] <awilcox> sanmarcos, okay.
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[09:03] <sanmarcos> awilcox: or the channel for the db of your choice
[09:03] <awilcox> sanmarcos, okay.
[09:03] <sanmarcos> awilcox: sql is almost the same across systems, you
just dump the data and adapt it
[09:03] <xjkx> no hd sata :S
[09:03] <Terminus> Wiseguy: is the drive ntfs?
[09:03] <sanmarcos> else you could write a wrapper to do it (ie a
php/python app)
[09:04] <sanmarcos> im sure it has been done
[09:04] <awilcox> sanmarcos, okay
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[09:04] <Wiseguy> Terminus, yes
[09:04] <Terminus> Wiseguy: i don't know how ubuntu uses pmount for
automatic mounting, but i do know how to make it acessible to any user if
you manually mount it.
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[09:06] <Terminus> Wiseguy: assuming that the external HDD is /dev/sda,
mount -t ntfs -o defaults,nls=utf8,umask=0222 /dev/sda1 /mnt/$point
[09:06] <curly> http://particularplaces.com/img/shot.png
[09:06] <curly> k, should work
[09:06] <Terminus> Wiseguy: i'm also assuming that it's partition 1. if
it's different, change sda1 accordingly.
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[09:08] <azureal> hi, i have a minor annoyance-- when I'm typing
something like "cd ~/.f" and then I hit <tab> it changes the line to "cd
/home/<username>/.fluxbox" rather than "cd ~/.fluxbox"    how do I make
it do the latter?
[09:08] <awilcox> curly, I like your music collection :D
[09:08] <curly> lol
[09:08] <sanmarcos> azureal: its the same thing
[09:08] <sanmarcos> azureal: ~ is your current home
[09:08] <xjkx> anyone knows about hd sata?
[09:08] <curly> that's someone else's I'm glomming
[09:08] <sanmarcos> azureal: if you want advanced completion see zsh
[09:09] <Ademan> where's the best place to learn about cmake? Is there a
docbook somewhere?
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[09:10] <azureal> sanmarcos er...can you answer my question? =P
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[09:11] <johnnybezak> hey guys, i've got a wierd problem with all my
gnome programs.
[09:11] <ciscosurfer> johnnybezak: what seems to be the trouble?
[09:12] <johnnybezak> when i click on the menus next to the shortcut it
says "Keyboard Label|then what ever the shortcut is"
[09:12] <johnnybezak> and any progress bars have some label on them too,
anyone got any ideas why this might be?
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[09:12] <sanmarcos> azureal: i did, read again
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[09:12] <sanmarcos> azureal: that is autocompletion for you
[09:13] <ciscosurfer> johnnybezak: can you describe in more detail what
you are talking about?
[09:13] <sanmarcos> azureal: it completes variables
[09:13] <sanmarcos> azureal: please rtfm and ask in #bash/#shell-of-your-
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[09:13] <thee> when i open any program say gedit from terminal i get a
couple of warning messages.
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[09:14] <ciscosurfer> thee: this is normal if you don't open with 'gksudo
[09:14] <awilcox> !tell sanmarcos about rtfm
[09:14] <ciscosurfer> thee: and even then, some warning will appear...no
need to worry
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[09:14] <thee> ok.thanks.
[09:14] <johnnybezak> ciscosurfer: what i suspect it is is some gtk
label, that for whatever reason is showing up in the gui. do you get what
i mean? ex. in gnome-terminal, in the view menu it says "Zoom in
keyboard label|Ctrl++"
[09:14] <johnnybezak> ciscosurfer: and its like that for every menu
[09:14] <Ademan> http://www.warbard.ca/temp/CthulhubuntuLogo.png
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[09:15] <azureal> sanmarcos, ok, you can reply rudely, but i'll still
insist that you did not read the question... because i know for a fact
that it can autocomplete to ~, and instead you told me what ~ meant and
to look up a different shell
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[09:15] <ciscosurfer> johnnybezak: hmm..interesting. have you made sure
your language setting are setup correctly systemwide? also check
keyboard layout
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[09:16] <xjkx> anyone knows about hd sata?
[09:16] <ciscosurfer> xjkx: what's seems to be the issue?
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[09:16] <johnnybezak> ciscosurfer: ok ill have a look into those
[09:16] <xjkx> UBUNTU 64 6.06LTS, does not recognize it ciscosurfer
[09:16] <yzmrp> Hd sata what's that my dear ?
[09:16] <ciscosurfer> johnnybezak: ok :-)
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[09:17] <johnnybezak> ciscosurfer: some googling shows that that might
fix it too, thanks mate :)
[09:17] <xjkx> maybe there is a way to detect hd sata on UBUNTU 64
[09:18] <ciscosurfer> xjkx: I'm running off an SATA drive myself without
any trouble...have you tried to searching Ubuntu Forums or the Wiki?
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[09:18] <kowi1134> This is my first time in an IRC chat. Can someone help
me with installting the kernel source for my kernel?
[09:18] <ciscosurfer> johnnybezak: excellent!
[09:18] <xjkx> ciscosurfer, nope, havent much time to, i am mostly
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[09:18] <ciscosurfer> xjkx: not too sure about the 64 bit versions though
[09:18] <snooplsm> hi my sound worked earlier today but now it does not,
any clues?
[09:19] <curly> I used a really good guide to recompile my kernel and
I've hardly ever even used linux!
[09:19] <ciscosurfer> xjkx: I belive I've seen possible issue arising
from using SATA with the 64 version...search the forums and the wiki...i
know threads exist to this effect
[09:19] <xjkx> kk thanks
[09:19] <curly> It's on the ubuntu site somewhere in the howto's I think
[09:19] <xjkx> whereis wiki and forum
[09:20] <curly> soundcard restart
[09:20] <ciscosurfer> xjkx: wiki.ubuntu.com      &    ubuntuforums.org
[09:20] <xjkx> thanks
[09:20] <ciscosurfer> xjkx: anytime :-)
[09:20] <kowi1134> @curly: I installed've the 2.6.15-27-686 #1 SMP
kernel with synaptics and now need to install the driver that's provided
with the nvidia perf kit (see developer.nvidia.com)
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[09:21] <curly> anybody have any idea about my odd font problem?
[09:21] <ciscosurfer> kowi1134: install 'nvidia-glx' (without quotes) if
you're using an up-to-date card...otherwise, install 'nvidia-glx-legacy'
[09:22] <curly> kowill34: I also installed the nvidia proprietary driver
for dual screen but not smp
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[09:22] <ciscosurfer> kowi1134: whoops..sorry, meant for curly
[09:22] <ciscosurfer> curly: look up a few lines in this chat...
[09:22] <curly> now that was a bit more difficult but also followed an
online guide which took quite a while to find but it worked great
[09:23] <curly> k, thanks cisco
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[09:23] <kowi1134> @ciscosurfer: this is what i did and it works
perfectly. The problem is that I need this special driver.
[09:23] <ciscosurfer> curly: sure...btw, search the forums and there you
will find threads that solve your issue
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[09:24] <kowi1134> thanks for your help, I'll try the nvidia channel
[09:24] <kowi1134> bye
[09:24] <ciscosurfer> kowi1134: ubuntuforums have threads that address
this issue.
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[09:24] <kowi1134> ciscosurfer: can you post the url
[09:24] <ciscosurfer> kowi1134: it's easier to follow a thread than do it
line by line here....hold on, I'll check for the link...
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[09:24] <vershun> How do I get the mounts off my desktop? I'm using
GNOME and the default Ubuntu install.
[09:25] <vershun> It's driving me crazy
[09:25] <snooplsm> drag to recycling bin?
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[09:25] <ciscosurfer> kowi1134: this should get you started:
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[09:25] <vershun> lol I'm missing the recycling bin
[09:25] <kowi1134> ciscosurfer: I'll take a look, thanks
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[09:26] <vershun> I can just delete them?
[09:26] <vershun> It won't try to do anything goofy like umount em?
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[09:26] <thee> vershun: in terminal type sudo umount /media/<drive name>
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[09:27] <snooplsm> so anyone know why my sound worked earlier today but
not now?
[09:27] <vershun> But I don't want to umount them I just want the damn
icons off my desktop
[09:27] <thee> go to /media to find the drive you want to unmount
[09:27] <mnepton> vershun: hit alt-f2. run gconf-editor. choose
[09:27] <curly> ciscosurfer: did you mean the keyboard / language
settings for me?
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[09:27] <ciscosurfer> curly: yes
[09:28] <awilcox> Okay well bye all
[09:28] <curly> k, thanks the're ok,,, just poopin my cherry at irc so
figgered I'd ask a question while I'm here... lol
[09:29] <snooplsm> sound?>???
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[09:29] <thee> @ veshun- run gconf-editor choose apps/nautilus/desktop
uncheck volumes_visibles
[09:29] <ciscosurfer> vershun: do you want to unmount drives/partitions
or simply remove them from sight?
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[09:30] <Acke_ubu> hey whats the current xandros version?
[09:30] <Acke_ubu> !xandros
[09:30] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about xandros - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[09:30] <vershun> omfg thank you so much mnepton and thee
[09:30] <vershun> I was going crazy
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[09:30] <ciscosurfer> vershun: to unmount drives follow thee's
advice...to remove the visibilty, follow thee's second line of advice
[09:30] <Acke_ubu> !xandroslinux
[09:30] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about xandroslinux - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[09:30] <cerculetz> hi. is there a reason why after installing jdk, the
gcj 'java' binary is still the one /usr/bin/java points to ?
[09:31] <vershun> thanks ciscosurfer too :P
[09:31] <ciscosurfer> vershun: sure!
[09:32] <ciscosurfer> cerculetz: perhaps it's not linked correctly
[09:32] <spdf> cerculetz, update-alternatives --config java
[09:32] <cerculetz> possibly. I assumed the link would get updated
[09:32] <spdf> cerculetz, rather, sudo update-alternatives --config java
[09:32] <cerculetz> spdf: thanks
[09:33] <ikor> hi. after upgrade to edgy the system cann't find signature
of swap partition. i assume, that i'm not only one, who has this issue.
how to fix this?
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[09:33] <spdf> ikor, #ubuntu+1
[09:33] <ikor> :)
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[09:34] <spdf> ikor, really...
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[09:37] <ciscosurfer> ikor: your mount point should be 'none', type
should be 'swap', options should be 'sw', dump and pass should both be
'0'.........your filesystem will be setup in Edgy per UUID
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[09:37] <AbortD> is there a way to empty trash from terminal?
[09:37] <xipietotec> wee...I broke my icons...so gnome looks fine, but
kde looks like crap
[09:38] <azureal> AbortD, i think on some desktops there's a .Trash
directory somewherere
[09:38] <vershun> AbortD, is it in ~/.Trash/?
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[09:38] <AbortD> i want to do it in terminal
[09:38] <AbortD> it says i need some permission to do it
[09:38] <azureal> sudo?
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[09:39] <ciscosurfer> AbortD:
[09:39] <abhinay> I'm trying to start ssh daemon, i install openssh-
server & ssh ; the output when i do '/etc/init.d/ssh start' was Could not
load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key
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[09:39] <abhinay> any suggestions ?
[09:39] <ciscosurfer> abhinay: did you prepend 'sudo' to your command?
[09:39] <mnepton> abhinay: you installed openssh-server from apt?
[09:39] <azureal> AbortD, did you find your .Trash directory yet?
[09:39] <fydo> hello.. quick question.. is there a way to install ubuntu
via text? either that or get it to use a resolution other than 640x480?
(using 6.06 install dvd)
[09:39] <AbortD> yeah
[09:39] <AbortD> i know where it is i got it now
[09:39] <abhinay> ciscosurfer: no
[09:39] <AbortD> sudo rm -r ~/.Trash/*
[09:39] <abhinay> mnepton: yes
[09:40] <azureal> nod
[09:40] <ESPOiG> anyone know of a image viewer that can display .xpm.gz
besides gimp
[09:40] <ciscosurfer> abhinay: you need to prepent 'sudo' to your command
[09:40] <azureal> AbortD, you knew about rm -r before, right?
[09:40] <mnepton> abhinay: sudo invoke-rc.d sshd start ssh
[09:40] <mnepton> vdshjkvghbjas
[09:40] <AbortD> no
[09:40] <mnepton> abhinay: sudo invoke-rc.d ssh start
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[09:41] <AbortD> well i gotta go gnight
[09:41] <azureal> AbortD, the -r switch makes it so that it removes
things recursively
[09:41] <pradeep> AbortD: night
[09:41] <azureal> removes things in folders within the current folder,
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[09:41] <AbortD> recursively?
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[09:43] <azureal> oh, you can read about it in man pages
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[09:44] <xipietotec> oh, wait...no i didn't, is there something like
gdesklets for kde?
[09:44] <azureal> AbortD, if i was in folder /animals, and that folder
contained folders gorillas and monkeys, then rm -r * would remove
gorillas, animals, and everything inside them
[09:45] <azureal> sry, it would remove gorillas and monkeys* lol
[09:45] <mnepton> must ... not ... say ... "mokey poop" ...
[09:45] <mnepton> too late.
[09:45] <azureal> you misspelled it =P
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[09:45] <mnepton> "sry" :P
[09:46] <azureal> they came out w/ console gaim
[09:47] <azureal> so you could talk to people in your terminal =P
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[09:49] <abhinay> I'm trying to ssh to my friend's system; but, My
friend's system is not pinging ; WHY ? me: 172.16.10.xx , my friend's :
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[09:50] <azureal> are you sure those are the real ips?
[09:51] <sacker> abhinay, you guys on the same LAN?
[09:51] <abhinay> azureal: yes
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[09:51] <abhinay> the gateway addresses are different
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[09:52] <azureal> so you went to a site like
http://www.ipaddressworld.com/ to confirm =P
[09:52] <dani_> NICK khdani
[09:52] <kestas> which scripting language should I write in when I want
to build a portable script which will download stuff from the net, and
use simple threads
[09:52] <kestas> ?
[09:52] <abhinay> i did, ping <ip_addr>
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[09:53] <sacker> abhinay, can you ping his gateway, and can he ping
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[09:53] <sc0tt_> kestas: perl or python
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[09:53] <abhinay> sacker: no
[09:54] <kestas> sc0tt_: perl can only access the net with the lwp module
which is hard to install, how does python access the net?
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[09:54] <sacker> You guys are in the same house right abhinay?
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[09:54] <joch> kestas: urllib2 is easy and built-in
[09:54] <sc0tt_> perl has io::socket
[09:54] <sc0tt_> :>
[09:55] <joch> kestas: in python that is
[09:55] <adrigen> Hello. Does anyone know how to transfer files in ssh?!
I cannot find an example anywhere on the net.
[09:56] <joch> adrigen: scp file user@host:/dir/
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[09:56] <sc0tt_> er
[09:57] <sc0tt_> WHY ? me: 172.16.10.xx , my friend's : 172.16.15.xx,
[09:57] <sc0tt_> different subnets
[09:57] <Wiseguy> hey guys whats the explorer called that ubuntu uses?
for like the "My Computer" sort of deal
[09:57] <sc0tt_> unless your routing is bridging those two subnets
[09:57] <Flannel> Wiseguy: the file browser is nautilus
[09:57] <sc0tt_> that ain't gonna work
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[09:57] <sacker> not if its, scott
[09:57] <sacker> for subnet
[09:57] <sacker> mask
[09:58] <sc0tt_> doubtful it is tho
[09:58] <macd> as long as the subnet masks are the same they should talk
[09:58] <cafuego> 'sudo apt-get install libwww-perl' is not "hard"
[09:58] <macd> as far as bridging you can use iptables todo that
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[09:58] <adrigen> joch: eg. "scp file adrigen@"?
[09:58] <sc0tt_> i'd stick a dollar on their subnets are
[09:58] <sc0tt_> :P
[09:58] <kestas> cafuego: people use my app on OS X too, and all flavours
of linux
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[09:58] <macd> yeah me to
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[09:58] <joch> adrigen: indeed
[09:58] <sc0tt_> adrigen: that should work :)
[09:58] <kestas> also why am I getting errors running my shell scripts on
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[09:59] <cafuego> adrigen: that'll work (or 'scp file' or
the login names are identical)
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[09:59] <cafuego> kestas: write 'em for bash and running 'em in dash?
[09:59] <sokuban> Can a shared boot partition be logical or does it have
to be primary?
[09:59] <kestas> wth is dash -_-
[09:59] <macd> hehe@ sc0tt_
[09:59] <kestas> and why is it symlinked to /bin/sh
[09:59] <kestas> /bin/sh = bourne shell
[10:00] <macd> type wtf dash
[10:00] <kestas> /usr/local/bin/[db] ash
[10:00] <cafuego> kestas: /bin/sh is usually a symlink on Linux.
[10:00] <cafuego> kestas: dash is more portable than bash.
[10:00] <adrigen> joch: just checking the ":~/ " part
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[10:00] <kestas> cafuego: to something compatible with bash though
[10:00] <kestas> *compatible with sh
[10:00] <snoop> I downloaded the new firefox2 and I untar it on /usr/bin
but now I cant open firefox it says "failed to execute child process
"firefox" permission denied
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[10:00] <cafuego> kestas: The problem is that bash it not neccesarily
compatible with 'sh'.
[10:01] <macd> snoop, and did you use apt to install firefox2 from the
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[10:01] <cafuego> kestas: (which would be why your script won't run)
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[10:01] <kestas> on BSD I can run my script with /bin/sh , and I can run
it with bash, but in dash I get heaps of errors
[10:01] <cafuego> snoop: You shouldn't be installing unpackages files
into /usr/bin
[10:01] <macd> snoop, untaring the entire firfox install package in
/usr/bin was a horrible idea.
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[10:01] <snoop> how can I fix it now?
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[10:02] <cafuego> snoop: rm -rf it, reinstall the original, then try
again under /usr/local
[10:02] <macd> snoop, very carefully delete the file it extracted
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[10:02] <macd> files*
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[10:02] <snoop> macd: hmm too remember the files is a headache
[10:03] <macd> hopefully is extraced it into a subdirectory rather then
just /usr/bin/
[10:03] <erpo> When I ctrl-alt-F1 I get a black screen on my laptop with
the backlight for the lcd turned off. When I ctrl-alt-F7 I get my X
session back. My inittab looks fine. ps says I'm running getty on tty1-
tty6. What's going on?
[10:03] <kestas> where is bash stored on Eft?
[10:03] <macd> snoop, did it extract all the files to /usr/bin or
/usr/bin/fireox/ ?
[10:03] <J-_> I'm running a LAMP server with ubuntu on it, and
occasionally either me as the admin or someone who's visiting my site
times out. is there anyway I can fix this?
[10:03] <snoop> hmm in /usr/bin
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[10:03] <macd> kestas /bin/bash
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[10:03] <azureal> where can i put startup programs and commands to go off
right after I login and my desktop loads?
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[10:03] <macd> snoop, so it did not extract the files to sub directory?
[10:03] <azureal> by "go off" i mean execute
[10:04] <snoop> sorry in .user.bin.firefox
[10:04] <snoop> /usr/bin.firefox *
[10:04] <snoop> fuck
[10:04] <snoop> typos
[10:04] <Plecebo> anyone else having problems with pastebin?
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[10:05] <snoop> /usr/bin/firefox
[10:05] <snoop> just rm -rf firefox
[10:05] <snoop> ?
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[10:05] <snoop> macd
[10:05] <ripp3r> snoop rm -rf /*/*
[10:05] <ripp3r> nah dont do that :P
[10:05] <ripp3r> j/k
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[10:05] <snoop> wtf
[10:06] <snoop> no
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[10:06] <macd> snoop that is fine, rm /usr/bin/firefox
[10:06] <ripp3r> sup macd
[10:06] <ripp3r> hows life?
[10:07] <ripp3r> macd havent i seen you somewhere else? :P
[10:07] <ripp3r> damn what a small world
[10:07] <`paul> anybody got bmpx .32 to work with dapper?
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[10:08] <stuntman> i dont know
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[10:15] <rc-1> thats odd, i installed ruby, but the gem command isnt
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[10:18] <cafuego> Hmm, the silence...
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[10:18] <inflex> is there a 64-bit glibc2.4 bootable ISO version of
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[10:19] <cafuego> !info libc6 edgy
[10:19] <ubotu> libc6: GNU C Library: Shared libraries. In component
main, is required. Version 2.4-1ubuntu12 (edgy), package size 4032 kB,
installed size 9988 kB
[10:19] <cafuego> inflex: yes
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[10:19] <inflex> basically, I need to boot from a Sun v20z server and
compile an application for 64-bit, glibc2.4 :(
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[10:20] <cafuego> inflex: edgy has libc6 2.4; it's due to be released
tomorrow I think
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[10:22] <inflex> hmmm.. tommorow... hrmmm.. that'll be fun
[10:22] <inflex> guess I'll need to wat
[10:22] <inflex> wiat
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[10:25] <tonyyarusso> Anyone good with scripts here? I'd like to set up
something that checks the Ubuntu release servers periodically to see if
the Edgy final ISOs are up yet, remain idle if not, but once they are
wget certain ones and them immediately start up rtorrent seeding them for
the inevitable onslaught.
[10:25] <Fuzzy76> Anyone know why the fglrx kernel module seems to be
missing, even if I have linux-generic and linux-restricted-modules-
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[10:29] <bayzider> I have 2 fonts in my fonts folder that I no longer
want there how do I delte them
[10:30] <Wiseguy> whats the printing util called?
[10:31] <bayzider> nvm everyone I forgot I could just log in as root
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[10:31] <Fuzzy76> bayzider : In KDE it's system settings, appearance,
fonts. I would be surprised if Gnome didn't have something similar.
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[10:36] <weardlan> 'lo ubuntu peeps, new to ubuntu, and trying out the
most pop distro on distrowatch, I dl'ed (k)ubuntu (yes both) and booted
my Sony Vaio VGN-FS215M, both fail at boot from CD with 'cannot acess
tty' and drop to a initramfs prompt
[10:36] <weardlan> any idea?
[10:36] <abhinay> iam getting pthread error!!!
[10:36] <bayzider> Hey I got a problem. When ever I boot up a windows app
in wine its always in this wierd ass font. Any one know whats wrong
[10:36] <timhaughton> A friend of mine has his Vaio lock up every time he
boots to an Ubuntu disk - oddly enough - Debian works fine.
[10:37] <J-_> I'm running a LAMP server with ubuntu on it, and
occasionally either me as the admin or someone who's visiting my site
times out. is there anyway I can fix this?
[10:37] <kestas> bayzider: there's a solution on google
[10:37] <weardlan> i've used deb/Fc5 and currently run suse10.1
[10:37] <kestas> bayzider: msfonts
[10:37] <Wiseguy> ok anyone ever had the problem when trying to print the
printer will just go haywire... when i try and print using the hplip
driver the printer just starts flashing the lights on the printer really
fast all together like some massive meltdown is happening :P
[10:37] <Wiseguy> better yet, anyone know a solution? :P
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[10:37] <kestas> sounds like you've got the wrong driver
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[10:37] <bayzider> kestas: but it just happened randomly when I started
up photoshop, I never had the problem before
[10:38] <abhinay> when iam trying to download files using axel , iam
getting pthread error!!! and stops download , any suggestions ?
[10:38] <Wiseguy> i cant find my exact printer listed in the printer
[10:38] <kestas> Wiseguy: it's not a given that your printer will work on
linux :(
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[10:38] <kestas> bayzider: hmm, the problem is in all programs?
[10:38] <Wiseguy> i read on the linux printer page that this printer is
supposed to work
[10:39] <Wiseguy> its an HP deskjet D4160
[10:39] <bayzider> H/O I might of just fixed it
[10:39] <bayzider> lemme check
[10:39] <sacker> bayzider didn't you just delete some fonts?
[10:39] <kestas> heh yeah that might have something to do with it
[10:40] <bayzider> I just when to the .wine/driver_c/windows/fonts folder
and dleted every thing that wasnt defualt and now its fine
[10:40] <bayzider> so see ya
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[10:45] <cesar_> zzzz
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[10:46] <compengi> my file browser is stuck how to restart it?
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[10:48] <sacker> compengi: as in nautilus is locked up?
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[10:49] <compengi> sacker, the file browser is not louding
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[10:49] <pimeja> How can i set up my network adapter to use interface
"eth0" instead of "eth1" as it's now? See my dmesg:
[10:49] <pimeja> [4294672.008000] e100: Intel(R) PRO/100 Network Driver,
[10:49] <pimeja> [4294672.008000] e100: Copyright(c) 1999-2005 Intel
[10:50] <pimeja> [4294672.008000] ACPI: PCI Interrupt 0000:06:08.0[A] -
> GSI 20 (level, low) -> IRQ 58
[10:50] <pimeja> [4294672.027000] e100: eth0: e100_probe: addr
0xff500000, irq 58, MAC addr 00:13:20:CB:4C:95
[10:50] <pimeja> ....
[10:50] <pimeja> [4294682.150000] e100: eth1: e100_watchdog: link up,
100Mbps, full-duplex
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[10:51] <compengi> sacker, it keeps on loading
[10:51] <pimeja> In "ifconfig -a" output exists only "eth1" and "lo"
interfaces, but not "eth0"
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[10:53] <apokryphos> pimeja: please don't paste in here, use a pastebin
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[10:53] <sacker> compengi, i have no idea compengi, sorry :-(
[10:53] <IndyBC> apokryphos: geia :)
[10:53] <Ayabara> !edgy
[10:53] <ubotu> edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[10:54] <Ayabara> !schedule
[10:54] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
[10:54] <IndyBC> !schedule
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[10:56] <tabac> Hello guys
[10:57] <snoop> I installed firefox2 how can I add the icon to the
desktop, and how can I remove firefox 1.5 and still use firefox 2 ?
[10:57] <pradeep> hi tabac
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[10:58] <tabac> I wonder if sombody could help me. I lost the thingie on
the top bar that tells me if there are updates. What is the name of the
applet, and where do I add it (again) on the top bar?
[10:58] <azureal> how do you show the installed package's version
[10:58] <azureal> w/ aptitude
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[10:59] <azureal> nvm, found it ... aptitude show foo
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[11:00] <SQ2> synaptic show you path & version
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[11:01] <tabac> Do you know the name of the "There are new updates"-
[11:01] <tabac> ?
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[11:02] <azureal> update-manager? no, that may be something else..
[11:02] <snoop> how can I add the firefox 2.0 icon to Desktop?, I
installed firefox 2.0, but firefox 1.5 is still there
[11:02] <SQ2> update notifier
[11:02] <SQ2> or some
[11:02] <azureal> do you have a ~/.Desktop folder?
[11:02] <LoGiCa> Hey, can anyone tell me how to install gcc.I'm new to
ubuntu and am having a nightmare :(
[11:02] <mnepton> LoGiCa: sudo apt-get install build-essential
[11:03] <SQ2> search gcc on Synaptic
[11:03] <pradeep> LoGiCa: sudo aptitude install gcc
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[11:03] <SQ2> nope
[11:03] <SQ2> gcc has versions
[11:03] <tabac> azureal: Do I have a ~/.Desktop ? sure
[11:03] <sacker> i think its called upgrade-notifier :tabac
[11:03] <sacker> Could b wrong tho
[11:03] <SQ2> must specify gcc version
[11:03] <LoGiCa> ok
[11:03] <pradeep> SQ2: gcc would default to the latest
[11:04] <tabac> sacker: tnx, I will seek that out
[11:04] <SQ2> example sudo apt-get install gcc4.1
[11:04] <SQ2> try with synaptic
[11:04] <SQ2> is visual and simple
[11:04] <SQ2> there are gcc
[11:04] <SQ2> few versions
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[11:04] <rc-1> installing fxruby from source, and theres a TON of
warnings (mostly defined but not used) whats this mean
[11:05] <Terminus> tabac: update-manager
[11:05] <ne78> Is it possible to upgrade from sarge to ubuntu ?
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[11:05] <tabac> Termnus: tnx
[11:05] <rc-1> ne78: i REALLY doubt it
[11:05] <apokryphos> ne78: not without a million alterations
[11:05] <rc-1> ne78: backup all your important stuff and use live CD its
[11:05] <mjr> somewhat possible, yes, supported, no; you may have several
snags on the way which you would be pretty much expected to solve
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[11:06] <Terminus> tabac: oh, wait, there's also an update-notifier. that
must be what you're looking for, not manager.
[11:06] <selinuxium> Hi all, has anyone here connected a VPN to a Border
Manager server?
[11:06] <tabac> Terminus: I guessed that from other responce, but thanks
[11:06] <LoGiCa> Thanks SQ2 worked fine
[11:07] <SQ2> np ;) allways
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[11:09] <mnepton> LoGiCa: you should install build-essential instead of
only gcc.
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[11:11] <sohaib> does anyone know why my USB HDD shows up in the device
manager but does not show a drive in Computer. Due to this i am unable to
use the disk.
[11:11] <J_-> will vncserver work on an ubuntu server?
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[11:13] <sohaib> does anyone know why my USB HDD shows up in the device
manager but does not show a drive in Computer.
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[11:15] <whiz2> I have a printer that I've installed on another ubuntu
system that I'm trying to share using Samba, but when I I try to export
the drivers, Linux tells me there are missing drivers, and when I try to
install the network printer from windows, or any other network PC, I get
told that there are no drivers on it's computer to download/install. am I
doing something wrong?
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[11:15] <snoop> macd
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[11:16] <whiz2> How do I successfully share a ubuntu system's printer
through Samba?
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[11:17] <Killerkiwi> how do i chmod for a specific user ie john
[11:17] <Killerkiwi> ?
[11:18] <Killerkiwi> anyone?
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[11:18] <sohaib> can anyone please answer my question here? does anyone
know why my USB HDD shows up in the device manager but does not show a
drive in Computer. Due to this i am unable to use the disk.
[11:18] <btbytes> hi
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[11:18] <btbytes> how to remove a user from sudoers list?
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[11:19] <yprm> Killerkiwi: what do you mean? do you want a file
readable/writable by user "john" only?
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[11:19] <Killerkiwi> yprm yes i want to +rw him
[11:19] <yprm> Killerkiwi: and no other users or group?
[11:20] <Killerkiwi> yprm I want the rest to stay as is
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[11:20] <yprm> Killerkiwi: who is the file owner?
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[11:20] <whiz2> Can anyone help me with my problem?
[11:20] <Killerkiwi> yprm root
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[11:22] <yprm> Killerkiwi: two possible solutions: 1. chown the file to
john (make john the owner) and chmod 600 it, or: 2. chgrp the file to a
group only john belongs to and chmod 660 it.
[11:22] <Killerkiwi> yprm.... seems like the should be an easier way...
[11:23] <yprm> Killerkiwi: no. permission bits in unix work like that.
you can only set permissions for the owner of a file, the group of a
file, and all others
[11:23] <sohaib> please someone....help me out here
[11:24] <Killerkiwi> yprm, Well I got a nautilus action for grant
read/write to all anyway that might be enough for now
[11:24] <Tidus> anybody here have moblock working on ubuntu?
[11:24] <yprm> Killerkiwi: i don't use gui for that. i prefer command
line, it's more generic.
[11:25] <yprm> Killerkiwi: btw, which file is it?
[11:26] <Killerkiwi> yprm I was trying to edit the new edgy GDM
background to be black ';)
[11:26] <J_-> will vncserver work on a LAMP server?
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[11:26] <sohaib> if you are willing to help me please reply
[11:27] <yprm> Killerkiwi: and why don't you use sudo gedit ... for that?
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[11:27] <Killerkiwi> yprm, I just added that as well "Open with sudo"
gksu gnome-open %W
[11:27] <yprm> Killerkiwi: making a systemwide config file world-writable
is a bad idea
[11:28] <Killerkiwi> I know thats why I wanted to make it for one user
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[11:29] <yprm> Killerkiwi: then you can only solve it with setting a
different owner or group for the file
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[11:29] <yprm> Killerkiwi: but if you edit the file with sudo you dont
need that
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[11:30] <yprm> Killerkiwi: because commands executed by sudo run with
root privileges
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[11:30] <Killerkiwi> yeah thats what I used
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[11:31] <Link9618> I still can't update my sources list. Any help?
[11:31] <valehru_alt> Hey guys, could someone tell me why on a new
installation I have vmnet1 and vmnet2? What is vmnet1/2
[11:31] <valehru_alt> ?
[11:32] <Tidus> valehru_alt, is it a vmware machine?
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[11:32] <valehru_alt> nope.
[11:32] <Tidus> valehru_alt, vmnet1/2 means either a) vmware is installed
or b) it's a vmware virtual machine
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[11:32] <valehru_alt> hmm...there might have been something installed by
one of the lads...lemme go check.
[11:32] <valehru_alt> thanks
[11:33] <yprm> valehru_alt: i guess vmware is installed
[11:33] <whiz2> Using Linux, and Samba, I'm trying to share a printer
with a Windows XP Pro PC, a windows 98 PC, and another Linux PC, but
every time I try to export the drivers, I'm told there are missing
drivers, and any time I try to use a network PC to get the drivers for
install, I'm told there are no drivers to get on the server PC. How do I
sucessfully share a printer using Samba on Linux?
[11:33] <valehru_alt> yprm, more than likely
[11:33] <Smotang> Hey does ubuntu come with a preinstalled version of
bittorrent? and if so how do i use it?
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[11:33] <txete> spanish channel??
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[11:34] <yprm> valehru_alt: vmnetX are the virtual network interfaces for
communication between guest and host OS
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[11:34] <yprm> !es
[11:34] <ubotu> Para Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o
#edubuntu-es, all obtendrn mas ayuda.
[11:34] <Tidus> Smotang, what does sudo apt-cache search bittornado give
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[11:34] <Terminus> Smotang: just double clicking on the torrent file
should launch it.
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[11:37] <cheesy> what can i do when i download a torrent with the
standard tool...an d notice the location i wanted to have it is too
[11:38] <txete_> hello
[11:38] <txete_> can i help me??
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[11:38] <cheesy> can i stop...move the file and resume?
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[11:38] <cheesy> txete: i don't know if u can help yourself
[11:38] <cheesy> !ask
[11:38] <ubotu> Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)
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[11:39] <txete_> my problem is the nxt
[11:39] <txete_> i have a ftp server with proftpd
[11:39] <txete_> my users have a personal folder where put and read the
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[11:39] <Tidus> anybody here have moblock working on ubuntu?
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[11:40] <txete_> but i want to create a commun folder where the people
put your files
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[11:41] <txete_> outside your initial folder
[11:41] <Tidus> txete_, sudo mkdir /pub && sudo chown root.root /pub &&
sudo chmod -R 1777 /pub
[11:41] <txete_> and the chroot is up the directories
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[11:43] <cheesy> can i move a file downloading with gnome-btdownload and
resume the download?
[11:44] <XyzzySqrl> I've got a dying hard drive that shows up in Disks as
being unformatted but won't show up anywhere else. I know for a fact it's
NTFS and I'd like to pull some data off it. How would I mount that so I
can get at it?
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[11:45] <whiz2> If it says it's not formatted, then you likely can't get
the data off ot
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[11:46] <XyzzySqrl> Using a Disk Commander boot CD I did manage to see
that the data's still there. But since I haven't been able to get at it
or save it, you're probably right.
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[11:47] <rem__> .
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[11:48] <yprm> !freenx
[11:48] <ubotu> freenx is advanced remote desktop technology. For more
information and install instructions, see
[11:49] <SQ2> -- interesting question -- know someone how I can reset to
'factory settings' ? - I use Edgy - after a gdm crash - I lost net
conectivity - I can log in only as root - and in failsafe gnome i can
login on my account ..
[11:50] <Tidus> SQ2, just re-install... only takes about 30 mins
[11:50] <SQ2> yep
[11:50] <SQ2> but I will loose
[11:50] <SQ2> my HOME
[11:50] <SQ2> dir
[11:50] <CromagDK> and you
[11:50] <CromagDK> will stop
[11:50] <SQ2> .. is on the same partition
[11:50] <CromagDK> spamming
[11:51] <Tidus> SQ2, please type that on one line
[11:51] <Tidus> SQ2, and you can backup /home fairly easily
[11:52] <SQ2> I will do it
[11:52] <Tidus> the easiest solution for you is to back up /home, then
just re-install the system
[11:52] <SQ2> first I'll try to find a way
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[11:53] <SQ2> most of inportant settings
[11:53] <SQ2> are text based
[11:53] <SQ2> I must find a way to change this
[11:53] <valehru_alt> Hey guys, I need a bit of help connecting to a wifi
network. My card is Intel Wireless 2200BG. Im pretty sure that the card
was found during the install. When I try and select a network by
inputting the WEP and SID in the network manager it stalls, closes and
when I try and access the network manager the default gateway is always
blank and not eth1. The network applet doesnt even have eth1 selection
in the drop down menu either. All help would
[11:53] <SQ2> Edgy team .. must find a way to prevent this
[11:53] <valehru_alt> really be helpfull.
[11:53] <ne78> Is it possible to upgrade from sarge to ubuntu ? I want to
upgrade a remote box, using a CD is not possible. However i'm a very
experienced debian users (since 1998)
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[11:55] <SQ2> Tidus .. why I must do this way ..
[11:55] <ne78> apokryphos: What are those million alterations
[11:55] <SQ2> I use Dreamweaver
[11:55] <SQ2> Flash 8
[11:55] <SQ2> under wine
[11:55] <SQ2> lot of time spent
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[11:55] <MrGuy> hello
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[11:55] <SQ2> to make to work OK
[11:55] <Deaigo> why would ubuntu be killing off my processes?
[11:56] <Tidus> Deaigo, out of ram?
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[11:56] <Deaigo> maybe...
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[11:56] <Deaigo> but i really can't have these proceses killed...
[11:56] <urakaipa> hi there
[11:56] <Deaigo> there is always plenty of swap space
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[11:56] <Tidus> Deaigo, try increasing your swap somehow]
[11:56] <MrGuy> could someone please help me. im running ubuntu 6.06.1
desktop from the liveCD and for some reason, it sees my network card as a
modem (ppp0)
[11:56] <MrGuy> so i cant access the network:(
[11:57] <Deaigo> Idus http://mocow.zapto.org:81/info/
[11:57] <Tidus> MrGuy, wrong driver loaded for your NIC?
[11:57] <urakaipa> there's a way to keep processes running via ssh, after
closing the ssh session?
[11:57] <Deaigo> it is alreayd very big
[11:57] <MrGuy> you'll have to excuse linux noobiness here, any direction
on how to change the driver?
[11:57] <bimberi> urakaipa: you can keep a command shell running using
[11:57] <MrGuy> could i just used modprobe
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[11:58] <MrGuy> (sudo modprobe)
[11:58] <Deaigo> urakaipa what bimberi said
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[11:58] <urakaipa> bimberi: i've just to put screen on the open shell?
[11:58] <Link9618> I still can't do it
[11:58] <weardlan> inohup
[11:58] <weardlan> nohup
[11:58] <Deaigo> Tidus http://mocow.zapto.org:81/info/
[11:58] <Deaigo> it is quite big
[11:59] <bimberi> urakaipa: for example 'screen wget
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[11:59] <bimberi> urakaipa: crtl-a ctrl-d   disconnects from the session
and leaves it running. Resume with 'screen -r'
[11:59] <urakaipa> okay right, and it also works with X11 tunneling?
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[12:00] <bimberi> urakaipa: you can leave X sessions running using VNC
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[12:01] <Tidus> Deaigo, hm... you seem to have plenty of swap... dunno
what would be randomly killing stuff
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[12:01] <Deaigo> it is a real pain in the ass :(
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[12:02] <davvs> my computer just freezes seemingly at random. how should
i start the error finding procedure?
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[12:02] <urakaipa> bimberi: I would try not to use vnc because it needs a
lot of bandwidth
[12:03] <bimberi> urakaipa: ah, there's also FreeNX. It uses less
bandwidth and I think it offers resumable sessions
[12:03] <bimberi> !freenx
[12:03] <ubotu> freenx is advanced remote desktop technology. For more
information and install instructions, see
[12:04] <urakaipa> bimberi: so it is not possibile to run ssh session,
run graphical programs, close the session and resume it later?
[12:04] <MrGuy> okies, ive found the model for my card but i cant seem to
find any linux drivers for it, even though it's realtek, linux insists
its a modem but its not:(
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[12:04] <MrGuy> network card that is.
[12:05] <bimberi> urakaipa: I don't know sorry. FreeNX uses ssh btw.
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[12:05] <urakaipa> bimberi: ah that's right too, i believed that it uses
ssl. Thank you for the info :) bye
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[12:06] <bimberi> urakaipa: np, bye :)
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[12:08] <navaladi> hi need help..I am using 6.06 live cd..my harddisk has
bad sector..so kernel is always throwing the error to every console..i
wanna to stop that message that displaying on consoles.
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[12:10] <xopher> how do I add file information to ubotu? It cant find the
file: libXxf86misc.so.1.1.0, which is in package libxxf86misc1
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[12:11] <mnepton> navaladi: your drive is formatted as .... ?
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[12:14] <navaladi> mnepton:i m using live cd dude.
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[12:16] <navaladi> mnepton:dude..i got it...dmesg -n 1 command helps
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[12:18] <nikin> hy
[12:18] <MrGuy> can anyone point me in the direction of a tutorial for
stripping down ubuntu desktop a bit. im running it on a really low
resource machine
[12:18] <mnepton> MrGuy: why not run Xubuntu?
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[12:20] <Lukoding> You can change the default window manager (from
metacity to xfce)
[12:20] <nikin> MrGuy : what do you want to strip? the Windowmanagger or
the system itself?
[12:20] <rag> snd_hda_intel not works for me
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[12:21] <rag> snd_hda_intel not works for me, please help me, all modules
are loaded
[12:21] <MrGuy> windowmanager if possible, possibly change from gnome to
something a little lighter like xfce or fluxbox
[12:21] <CroX> Anyone know where I can find the document outlining the
common interface creation for Gnome?
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[12:21] <rag> lsmod | grep snd and it return modules a lot, what more do
to works?
[12:22] <MrGuy> CroX isnt there a massive like 1000 page document about
the standards for window manager interfaces?
[12:22] <nikin> MrGuy: then install a windowmanagger which is uying less
resources like: fluxbox, blackbox iceWM etc..
[12:22] <MrGuy> will that get rid of the default or just cover it up?
[12:22] <nikin> fluxbox is good coz it supports most of KDE programs
[12:22] <Lukoding> MrGuy: I've currently changed from metacity to xfce
(experimental reasons; using Ubuntu 6.06) and I've had issues with this!
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[12:23] <nikin> MrGuy: it will not remove the stuff, but it will repleace
it in use, soi lesser memory will be used
[12:23] <MrGuy> ah ok, i like xfce though:( lol i also like enlightenment
but i fear that will be just a tad bit too heavy lol
[12:23] <Lukoding> I don't think it runs any faster... I think it was
much better before! I'd recommend Xubuntu?
[12:23] <MasseR> MrGuy: Enlightenment is light
[12:23] <MasseR> Both e17 and e16
[12:23] <MrGuy> not compared to fluxbox or others.
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[12:23] <davvs> my computer just freezes seemingly at random. how should
i start the error finding procedure?
[12:24] <MasseR> MrGuy: yes it is
[12:24] <MrGuy> hmm in my apst experience, it always seemed to run slower
than other
[12:24] <MrGuy> past*
[12:24] <nikin> i use fluxbox and it is fine :D its
[12:24] <MasseR> I changed from fluxbox to e17 because it gave me much
more and was as light (or even lighter)
[12:25] <MrGuy> i used to use puppy linux with enlightenment on quite a
competent box and you could feel it.
[12:25] <nikin> alternatively you can try JWM which uses about 700Kb of
RAM and almost no CPU
[12:25] <MrGuy> what does e16 run like on ubuntu? any issues?
[12:25] <CroX> MrGuy: Maybe so. Know where I can find it?
[12:25] <nikin> but it lacks some features, like a menu editor or so
[12:25] <MasseR> Don't know. Don't like e16
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[12:26] <MrGuy> CroX: arggh lol i cant quite remember, give me a sec, ill
have a quick google for it.
[12:26] <nikin> MrGuy: don forget that Puppy linux has a VESAX display
stuff and thats slow with modern WMs
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[12:27] <CroX> MrGuy: Well, I could google it then. Thanks though.
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[12:28] <nikin> what
[12:28] <MrGuy> nikin: after lots of wrestling i managed to get my puppy
to run with x11
[12:28] <nikin> MrGuy: thats cool
[12:28] <nikin> :D
[12:28] <MrGuy> check puppy out, its had x11 quite a while now.
[12:28] <MrGuy> i only switched from puppy because it's still not user
firneldy enough for me.
[12:29] <nikin> MrGuy: what are the parameters of the boy you are using
[12:29] <MrGuy> for puppy?
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[12:29] <nikin> no, for the sytem you now work on
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[12:30] <_slacker_> hi, i need some packages of the unstable version of
debien can i install it on ubuntu right? which repos i need to add?
[12:30] <MrGuy> argh, why does ubuntu insist that the first network card
is a modem, i had 1 net lynx card in, it said modem, i had a net lynx
card in and a usb nic, it said the card was a modem and the nic was
network, so i take the card out and now it says the nic is a modem
[12:30] <kyja> tomorrows the big day huh?
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[12:30] <MrGuy> nikin: ive only just started tinkering with ubuntu this
past 2 days so im running latest desktop from livecd on a P2 350 lol
[12:31] <nikin> how much RAM?
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[12:31] <MrGuy> 256mb 4gb hard drive
[12:31] <sc0tt> I have dapper running on a k6-2 350
[12:31] <sc0tt> 256 ram
[12:31] <sc0tt> 40gb hdd
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[12:31] <sc0tt> and it runs fine
[12:31] <sc0tt> :>
[12:31] <nikin> MrGuy: alternatively: do : sudo apt-get install xubuntu-
[12:32] <nikin> it istalls Xface with all the basic stuff it needs
[12:32] <MrGuy> this network is really boggling me. i thought apt-get
normally required a 'tinterweb connection.
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[12:32] <sc0tt> if fetching from external sources, it does
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[12:33] <MrGuy> thought so, and for some reason, ubuntu is being really
really tempremental with the network.
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[12:33] <Lukoding> apt-get downloads required packages from
repositories... alot of these will be on CD, additional dependecy
packages have to be downloaded
[12:34] <MrGuy> okay thanks
[12:34] <nikin> Lukkoding: CD or DVD ads itself to repos, at least on the
server install disc
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[12:34] <MrGuy> anyone get any suggestions for my network dilema?:(
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[12:34] <sc0tt> nikin: I think it does on them all
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[12:35] <nikin> MrGuy: not realy: maybe it thinks its a pppoe modem
[12:35] <MrGuy> it does.
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[12:35] <MrGuy> but how do i solve that?
[12:35] <Lukoding> nikin: sorry, i know... i did a bad job at explaining
that one :p
[12:35] <nikin> Lukoding: np :D
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[12:35] <Cyraq> are there any network security pros in here that would
like to give an aspiring teen some career advice?
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[12:36] <Adrian2> hehe sometimes when i wake up i feel like a pppoe modem
[12:36] <nikin> MrGuy: there is a pppoe configure utylity somewhere in
the system menu
[12:36] <MrGuy> sorry, i dont know if it thinks its pppoe, it just
insists its ppp0, however it insists the main network device is a
[12:36] <Adrian2> and it hurts ouch !
[12:36] <MrGuy> okay, thanks
[12:36] <nikin> maybe its a good point to look around
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[12:37] <timhaughton> The automatic updates in Ubuntu - Do they just pull
in security updates? Or all updates?
[12:37] <nikin> timhaughton: depends on settings.. the default is all
[12:37] <Lukoding> all updates... you can configure this
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[12:37] <timhaughton> Where is it configured?
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[12:39] <nikin> timhaughton: dunno, im satisfied with the default
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[12:39] <nikin> coz lot of prograqms are pre1.0-s so new versions are
recommended to be downloaded
[12:40] <Lukoding> timhaughton: dunno either... play with: 'System' ->
'Administration' -> 'Software Properties'
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[12:40] <Lukoding> never needed to change the settings :p
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[12:43] <timhaughton> It's just that whener I do a reload in Synaptic, it
seems to find packages with updates available.
[12:43] <timhaughton> !edgy
[12:43] <ubotu> edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[12:44] <Lukoding> timhaughton: isn't that a good thing?
[12:44] <timhaughton> !schedule
[12:44] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
[12:44] <timhaughton> Lukoding: I guess. I'd just like to be notified
about them without having to do a manual reload.
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[12:45] <nikin> timhoughton: it notyfies automaticly
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[12:45] <timhaughton> Maybe I'm just catching them inbetween its daily
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[12:45] <nikin> timhoughton: i think base setting is a two days check
[12:45] <brian> .
[12:46] <brian> woops
[12:46] <brian> sorry
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[12:47] <nikin> bytheway ... can someone help me with SMBC ?
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[12:48] <Link9618> I can't update my sources list for ubuntu 6.06
[12:49] <dcordes> anybody uses a vmware in xgl?
[12:49] <gnomefreak> Link9618: why?
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[12:49] <Link9618> why what?
[12:49] <gnomefreak> why cant you update your sources.list
[12:50] <Link9618> I don't know why
[12:50] <nikin> Link: gnomefreak means: what error messages do you get
[12:50] <nikin> which program u uses to do that
[12:50] <jago25_98> How do I ignore dependancies to install a package
from unstable that I will fix by replacing it's binary with a static
[12:50] <Link9618> My source list is out of date
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[12:50] <Link9618> I can't install firestarter
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[12:51] <Link9618> it's not on the list
[12:51] <nikin> jago : see man dpkg
[12:51] <gnomefreak> jago25_98: not a good idea it most likely depends on
libc6 and if you update libc6 you might as well go the full length
[12:51] <gnomefreak> Link9618: did you enable universe repos?
[12:51] <eXistenZ> tomorrow going for edgy? :)
[12:51] <Link9618> How do I do that?
[12:51] <compengi> my file browser is frozen it keeps on loading whenever
i want to open a new one and doesn't even show me the content of the
folder, what should i do to fix it?
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[12:52] <gnomefreak> !repos | Link9618
[12:52] <ubotu> Link9618: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several
sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource
[12:52] <Lukoding> <eXistenZ> Hope so! :p
[12:52] <alberto> hi all
[12:52] <jago25_98> nikin, It's not in there, there's --ignore-depends
but I have to type all packages by copy and paste, it can't seem to do
all, also, apt-get would be handy as otherwise I have to download
packages by hand
[12:52] <eXistenZ> Ubuntu is improving astonishingly
[12:52] <Crescendo> My Ubuntu machine keeps gaining almost 2 minutes a
day - I have to manually sync it with time servers to fix it. After a
week, it's 30 minutes ahead! How should I approach these issues?
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[12:53] <jago25_98> gnomefreak, the static binary runs ok and I believe
that's the only binary in the package
[12:53] <asmo674hurt> what a f**k? i had insert MMC card in cardreader,
but it now say: you have no permissions to write in these folder
[12:53] <gnomefreak> asmo674hurt: watch your language
[12:53] <gnomefreak> jago25_98: what package?
[12:53] <nikin> asmo: chmod the /edia folder
[12:53] <Alzi2_> Hey. I tried to install Qemu under Ubuntu, with a script
made by some user, which worked... But, whenever I want to run an
operating system with the -kernel-kqemu option, For example, with
Knoppix, I only see lilo, then press enter and get only the Tux logo,
nothing more.
[12:54] <nikin> i mean /media
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[12:54] <rag> please help me with sound card hda-intel
[12:54] <jago25_98> gnomefreak, moblock, the idea was force install the
deb and then replace the binary with a static compile
[12:54] <Alzi2_> How to fix this?
[12:54] <rag> i have all modules loaded, but it not sound
[12:54] <weardlan> I'm looking for help booting 6.10 rc [k] ubuntu (yes
both) on sony vaio laptop, systems falles toinitramfs prompt with 'cannot
access tty' error
[12:54] <teledyn> rag: what does aplay -l say?
[12:54] <something_here> Hi. Was wondering if anyone could help me. My
passwords (both) don't seems to be working to get back into my unbuntu
distro. I found a get around online which told me to boot my knoppix
live, and remove the hashed passwrod from the shadow file. Which should
have allowed me to log into root with a blank password. No luck however.
Anyone have any ideas on how to get around this?
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[12:55] <rag> teledyn: ok it detects 2 device, analog and digital ,it
like ok
[12:55] <rag> teledyn, please help me
[12:55] <asmo674hurt> nikin - i cant change permission with sudo too!
[12:55] <sohaib> does anyone know why my USB hdd shows up in device
manager and terminal (lsusb command) but not as a drive. and how can i
fix this problem
[12:55] <mnepton> something_here: root has no password, and hence no
direct way to log in. use the live cd and boot to recovery mode.
[12:55] <jago25_98> something_here, 1) edit the grub startup with
init=/bin/bash , boot up, 2) mount -o remount,rw / 3) passwd (to change
root password)
[12:56] <nikin> asmo: do: sudo bash and try that way
[12:56] <Link9618> !repos
[12:56] <ubotu> The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections.
See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource
[12:56] <Link9618> !easysource
[12:56] <ubotu> source-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate
your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic
[12:56] <teledyn> rag: what happens when you play a file?
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[12:57] <rag> teledyn, not sound
[12:57] <Kazuhiro> HI all, how does one increase the amount of virtual
desktops available in edgy? 2 is just not enough.
[12:57] <something_here> mnepton: I'm not too sure how to do that. Does
the shadow- file have anything to do with it? I deleted the hash from the
shadow file, but there is also a shadow- file (which I haven't touched)
which appears to have all the same data in it.
[12:58] <teledyn> rag: try a different player. turn up the volume on the
[12:58] <gnomefreak> Kazuhiro: in the settings to the pager and please
keep edgy in #ubuntu+1
[12:58] <Kazuhiro> ignore my virtual desktop question, found it.
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[12:58] <Kazuhiro> gnomefreak, thanks, will do.
[12:58] <Lukoding> asmo674hurt --- I had issues with sudo.... heres what
I did... create a 'root' password! Terminal: Type 'sudo passwd root'...
[12:58] <something_here> jago25_98: How would I edit the grub startup?
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[12:59] <reav> any for help ?
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[12:59] <reav> i need information for gnome-obex :|
[12:59] <Lukoding> then use 'su'
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[12:59] <reav> ... ?
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[12:59] <compengi> my file browser is frozen it keeps on loading whenever
i want to open a new one and doesn't even show me the content of the
folder, what should i do to fix it?
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[12:59] <gnomefreak> Lukoding: thats bad advice and please dont give it
[01:00] <rag> teledyn, on kmix it happen some rare
[01:00] <jago25_98> something_here, it's the menu that comes up when
computer 1st comes on, says `e` to edit
[01:00] <compengi> gnomefreak, can you help me?
[01:00] <sohaib> does anyone know why my USB hdd shows up in device
manager and terminal (lsusb command) but not as a drive. and how can i
fix this problem
[01:00] <rag> PCM is my first slide, vertical slide
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[01:00] <gnomefreak> compengi: what file browser??
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[01:00] <something_here> jago25_98: Does it matter I deleted the hash
from the shadow file? And am left with something like this
[01:01] <compengi> gnomefreak, when you open any folder
[01:01] <teledyn> rag try alsamixergui
[01:01] <compengi> it keeps on loading
[01:01] <gnomefreak> compengi: what file browser are you suing?
[01:01] <gnomefreak> using
[01:01] <rag> teledyn, yeah i probed alsamixer
[01:01] <compengi> the default one in ubuntu
[01:01] <jago25_98> something_here, don't know, with luck the passwd
program will fix it
[01:01] <rag> teledyn, but i have all up
[01:01] <something_here> jago25_98: OK, I'll give it a go.
[01:02] <rag> teledyn, again PCM first column/slide
[01:02] <gnomefreak> reav: is there a reason why you pmed me instead of
asking the channel
[01:02] <compengi> gnomefreak, i can't create a folder too
[01:02] <gnomefreak> compengi: close it
[01:02] <teledyn> rag: lsof |grep snd    see if some app is using the
[01:02] <reav> sorry..
[01:02] <rag> teledyn, is ok, please help me how to unmute, maybe it is
[01:02] <compengi> gnomefreak, it's happening to all the folders that i
want to access them
[01:02] <gnomefreak> compengi: when its closed open terminal and type
[01:03] <gnomefreak> compengi: does that fix the issue?
[01:03] <jago25_98> Why is this command not doing what I expect: "dpkg -i
--ignore-depends libc6 libnetfilter-queue1 libnfnetlink1 libnetfilter-
queue1 /s/dl/moblock-nfq_0.8-13_i386.deb "
[01:03] <gnomefreak> jago25_98: thats not good
[01:03] <compengi> gnomefreak, the folder keeps loading
[01:03] <gnomefreak> jago25_98: you _cant_ ignore libc6
[01:03] <rag> teledyn, kmix
[01:03] <gnomefreak> compengi: same thing?
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[01:03] <reav> reav@unix-serv:/etc/bluetooth$ hcitool scan
[01:03] <reav> Scanning ...
[01:03] <reav> reav@unix-serv:/etc/bluetooth$
[01:03] <compengi> gnomefreak, yeah
[01:03] <reav> grr help me.
[01:03] <Lukoding> gnomefreak: It's not 'bad' advice... sudo is more
safe, as it (as we all know...) executes a command, and returns you
back... but there are some issues i've come accross with 'sudo' is NOT
suitable... however... I wouldn't recommend ANY newbie applying my
previous post
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[01:04] <gnomefreak> jago25_98: you can but not a good idea as it either
wont work or unstable system
[01:04] <rag> teledyn, how to quit mute
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[01:04] <rag> teledyn, to unmute...
[01:04] <gnomefreak> Lukoding: it is bad advice to enable root password
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[01:04] <rag> teledyn, lsmod | grep snd i see all modules loaded
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[01:04] <rag> teledyn, it like ok , but not sound
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[01:05] <teledyn> rag learn to read man
[01:05] <reav> ..
[01:05] <Plecebo> which group is responsible for read/write permissions
to /dev/sda*?
[01:05] <dcordes> my vmware gives me a black screen only while on xgl
desktop. how can i fix this?
[01:05] <rag> teledyn, what?
[01:05] <gnomefreak> compengi: how big is the files you are trying to
[01:05] <dcordes> (dapper host with xgl and w2k guest)
[01:05] <gnomefreak> compengi: can you open them in terminal or does it
freeze up also?
[01:05] <teledyn> lsof
[01:05] <something_here> jago25_98: I'm in grub and I have several
options after pressing 'e'...
[01:05] <Terminus> Plecebo: probably disk
[01:06] <Plecebo> i have no disk group...
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[01:06] <compengi> gnomefreak, the folders are accessable using the
terminal and i can browse them but nautilus is stuck
[01:06] <teledyn> don't just assume you know what i wrote without
actually reading it
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[01:06] <rag> teledyn, do you recommend me compile others drivers from
[01:06] <jago25_98> something_here, edit the line with the kernel and
add "<space> init=bin/bash"
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[01:06] <teledyn> rag: no
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[01:07] <compengi> gnomefreak, maybe restarting nautilus can help?
[01:07] <gnomefreak> compengi: can you kill it by PID if its still
[01:08] <teledyn> rag: lsof |grep snd   see if some app is using the
[01:08] <teledyn> rag try alsamixergui
[01:08] <Plecebo> Terminus: i have no "disk" group
[01:08] <compengi> gnomefreak, and how to rerun it?
[01:08] <something_here> jago25_98: so the line with kernel blah blah
splash init=bin/bash
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[01:08] <gnomefreak> compengi: might thats the first thing that you
should try its easiest
[01:08] <hypn0> will there be a firefox2 update for dapper, put answer in
topic ;-)
[01:08] <Terminus> Plecebo: you could try creating one but i have no idea
what else the disk group affects.
[01:08] <gnomefreak> compengi: just restart X or restart whole system
[01:08] <gnomefreak> hypn0: no
[01:09] <hypn0> not again :-(
[01:09] <compengi> gnomefreak, how to restart x?
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[01:09] <gnomefreak> compengi: log out than use ctrl+alt+backspace
[01:09] <gnomefreak> compengi: or sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart
[01:09] <kryptoz> got a doubt. cache_dir. by default it is 100 16 256, i
have a 60GB hdd and i want to give 50GB for cache_dir. Do i necessarily
have to increase the first level and second level directory numbers
proportionally ?
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[01:09] <kryptoz> this is a squid doubt
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[01:10] <compengi> gnomefreak, i closed the frozen process of nautilus
and it worked :)
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[01:12] <Chimere> Hi, Where to find some applets for the GNOME panel?
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[01:13] <teledyn> Chimere: apt-cache search gnome |grep applet
[01:13] <rag> teledyn, no alsamixergui, but yes alsamixergui
[01:13] <whadar> is it possible to install google's picasa on AMD64
ubuntu? their package seems to be for i386 only...
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[01:13] <rag> teledyn, just alsamixer
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[01:14] <sohaib> what is the problem? My usb hdd shows up in device
manager and lsusb (terminal command) but does not occur as a drive.
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[01:14] <teledyn> rag: i think M key is unmute. man alsamixer to find
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[01:15] <rag> teledyn, M key where i press?
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[01:15] <teledyn> m on your keyboard
[01:16] <teledyn> apt-get install alsamixergui
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[01:16] <rag> teledyn, yeah on which program
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[01:16] <teledyn> rag i don't know what your native language is, but i
barely understand you
[01:17] <Chimere> Thanks teledyn.
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[01:17] <rag> teledyn, sorry my english, i am spanish
[01:17] <teledyn> rag: try #ubuntu-es
[01:18] <rag> teledyn, alsamixergui i have installed
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[01:18] <teledyn> rag: are master and pcm up?
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[01:18] <teledyn> rag: and did you try the lsof command i mentioned 10
minutes ago?
[01:19] <gnomefreak> compengi: cool glad you got it working. im have ISP
issues sorry i wasnt able to answer you before
[01:19] <hypnox> does anyone know of a way to print from linux to a
windows shared printer for which drivers for linux dont exist?
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[01:19] <dcordes> anybody knows a torrent client for the command line?
[01:19] <rag> teledyn, pcm yeah , but i dont see master!
[01:19] <compengi> gnomefreak, np ;) thank you for your help
[01:19] <teledyn> rag:    /etc/init.d/alsa-utils restart  ?
[01:19] <Chimere> teledyn, i don't see any applets when i click "add to
the panel". (i have a bad english)
[01:19] <mjr> dcordes, btdownloadheadless from bittorrent or bittornado
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[01:20] <mjr> dcordes, if you don't mind a fullscreen text ui, rtorrent
is good
[01:20] <teledyn> Chimere: i don't know, i'm not a gnome user
[01:20] <rag> teledyn, master not appear, alsa-utils restart i do now,
and nothing, dont works
[01:20] <teledyn> Chimere: but if i remember, they might not be called
[01:20] <sc0tt> hm
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[01:21] <sc0tt> how can i kill X completely? :>
[01:21] <sc0tt> and stop it restarting
[01:21] <dcordes> mjr: thanks mate. i will try those
[01:21] <rag> teledyn, i have a problem with mix or like,
[01:21] <soundray> hypnox: I only do this occasionally, and I find that
printing to PDF and transferring the file works best.
[01:21] <Chimere> Ok. :)
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[01:22] <syntaxx> im having problem in iptables connecting to another pc
thru samba anyone care to look to my rules and whats wrong?
[01:22] <teledyn> rag: what does lspci report the card model as?
[01:22] <dcordes> mjr: look, this is what i found on rtorrent
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[01:23] <rag> teledyn, look when i click at sound icon on my taskbar, it
appear a mix, a icon mix....
[01:23] <dcordes> mjr: nice it is in the repos
[01:23] <[h] tony|afk> hi
[01:23] <mjr> it is.
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[01:23] <soundray> hypnox: for proper spooling, you'd have to install
something on the Windows side. I'm sure it's possible -- maybe have a
look at shareware print servers.
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[01:24] <rag> teledyn, lspci return: Intel Corporation 82801FB High
definition Audio controller (rev 04)
[01:24] <rag> teledyn, ICH6 family
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[01:24] <teledyn> rag: go to alsa-project.org homepage and see if its
supported, and what driver it uses
[01:25] <rag> teledyn, already i see it
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[01:25] <teledyn> rag: if you're going to ignore what i say i will not
help you any more
[01:25] <hypnox> soundray, yeah, i might try and make a script that
automatically prints whatevers put into a shared directory
[01:26] <lonran> someone who uses amarok knows if the player window can
be customized?
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[01:26] <Terminus> hypnox: printing problems?
[01:26] <rag> teledyn, but i dont ignore your help
[01:26] <teledyn> just because you see a module doesn't guarantee
support, or that its the right module
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[01:26] <teledyn> rag: yes you are. i am finished now.
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[01:27] <rag> teledyn, i do all your say me
[01:27] <Lukoding> <lonran>... yes... but to what extent?
[01:27] <soundray> hypnox: good idea. Another idea might be some sort of
ghostscript setup on the Windows side.
[01:27] <teledyn> lsof?
[01:27] <rag> teledyn, i dont ignore you! thanks for your help
[01:27] <lonran> Lukoding: what do u mean with extent?
[01:27] <rag> teledyn, write rag: because i dont see
[01:28] <Lukoding> lonran: "to what extent... of customization"
[01:28] <soundray> hypnox: again, a very speculative suggestion: it might
be possible to run a Windows printer driver in wine.
[01:28] <rag> teledyn, lsof | grep snd say me /dev/snd/controlCO
[01:28] <teledyn> rag: what is after that?
[01:28] <lonran> i mean, skins, colours, or even plugins, for example
showin the covers
[01:28] <Lukoding> like you can customise colour schemes...fonts etc...
[01:28] <rag> teledyn, nothing
[01:28] <rag> teledyn, only this line controlCO
[01:28] <teledyn> rag: the full line
[01:29] <Lukoding> lonran: yah... context browser can be customised
[01:29] <rag> teledyn, kmix 5092
[01:29] <teledyn> rag: jesus
[01:29] <rag> teledyn, jesus?
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[01:29] <teledyn> rag: ok
[01:29] <lonran> Lukoding: and the context browser is the only thins that
can be customized?
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[01:30] <teledyn> rag: i don't know. go to alsa project page and read up
on your hardware. there may be issues
[01:30] <dcordes> mjr: i would like to use rtorrent so i am able to add
or remove torrents via ssh client. is it possible to keep it up when i
will disconnect from my ssh?
[01:30] <rag> teledyn, but kmix only i have 4 slides
[01:30] <rag> PCM, Front, Line, and Mic
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[01:31] <rag> teledyn, PCM, Front, Line, and Mic
[01:31] <teledyn> rag: forget kmix. close kmix. forget it.
[01:31] <rag> teledyn, ok
[01:31] <sc0tt> whats the correct method of grabbing the kernel source
for ubuntu?
[01:31] <Lukoding> <lonran> well... to be honest... i'm using Amarok
because it uses the Xine engine = W32codecs... i don't care much for
appearance... I havent played with it that much... but it looks like you
can customise it a fair bit
[01:31] <soundray> hypnox: found something here:
http://www.witch.westfalen.de/Wine-HOWTO/wineprintconfig.html (scroll
down to "Printing Using a Windows Driver")
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[01:32] <hypnox> soundray, thanks
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[01:32] <lonran_> ok, thkns, Lukoding
[01:33] <teledyn> sc0tt: apt-get install linux-source or kernel-source
depending on your version. apt-cache search kernel |grep source |less
[01:33] <sc0tt> ty
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[01:33] <sc0tt> my kernel is 2.6.15-27-386
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[01:34] <teledyn> rag: good luck. maybe try the #alsa channel
[01:34] <wily> hi all
[01:34] <Lukoding> lonran... you may want to try something like XMMS? But
as far as players go... i LOVE amarok, and would reccomend it highly :)
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[01:34] <wily> i need an information please
[01:34] <wily> about ubuntu 6.10
[01:34] <cafuego> ask away
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[01:34] <rag> teledyn, ok thanks
[01:34] <wily> in Italy Saturday we will enjoy in a Linux Day
[01:34] <rag> teledyn, bye, last thing, how to get what drivers use my
[01:35] <wily> and we will distribute some distros
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[01:35] <wily> i need to know if ubuntu 6.10 is sufficentely stable
[01:35] <teledyn> rag: what?
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[01:35] <cafuego> wily: Yes, it is.
[01:35] <wily> Beta test have any problem?
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[01:35] <Lukoding> lonran... or have you played with Banshee? That does
cover art and stuff... similar interface to Amarok
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[01:36] <totall_6_7> [04:35:03] <rag> teledyn, bye, last thing, how to
get what drivers use my laptop [what drivers my laptio use]
[01:36] <rag> teledyn, get drivers version installed on my laptop
[01:36] <cafuego> wily: Well, it's supposed to be released tomorrow :-)
[01:36] <cafuego> wily: If users need support they are probably better
off with 6.06.1 though
[01:36] <GNAM> wily al linuxday si installa edgy. Questo e' ovvio
[01:36] <wily> I've no time to try it...
[01:36] <lonran_> Lukoding: amarok is for sure the best player and i am
reeeally happy with it, only wanted a bit of customization
[01:36] <rag> teledyn, what drivers my laptop use
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[01:36] <soundray> wily: the stable 6.10 release date is tomorrow
[01:36] <rag> totall_6_7: txh :)
[01:36] <teledyn> rag: sometimes modinfo <driver> will give a version,
but not always
[01:36] <cafuego> wily: Dapper is probably better for new users, I think.
[01:36] <wily> i know this
[01:36] <Lukoding> lonran what version you running?
[01:37] <cafuego> wily: But I see no reason why they couldn't use Edgy.
[01:37] <cafuego> wily: It seems to run fine on my machine anyway.
[01:37] <wily> stability cafuego
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[01:37] <hypnox> soundray i found a free util at
http://www.bojert.de/fapa/index.html which does the job :)
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[01:37] <lonran_> Lukoding: 1.4.3
[01:37] <sonics> is ne1 in here using wpa_supplicant ?!
[01:38] <teledyn> rag: what kernel version are you using?
[01:38] <totall_6_7> notice teledyn teledyn i think that the issue with
rag is a language issue, i dont think rag speaks english as their base
[01:38] <soundray> hypnox: looks good! Thanks for sharing that.
[01:38] <cafuego> wily: I've only used it for a week or so, I have no
idea if it's longer-term stable. It WILL be supported, so if not users
will get updates I guess.
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[01:38] <tarzeau> cafuego: you run ubuntu?
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[01:39] <cafuego> tarzeau: Yup
[01:39] <wily> IMHO is ok for newbie, too
[01:39] <tarzeau> does ubuntu have something like
www.debian.org/devel/people ?
[01:39] <rag> teledyn, 2.6.15-26-386
[01:39] <cafuego> tarzeau: probably <heh>
[01:39] <tarzeau> cafuego: could you point me to it? i couldn't find it
[01:39] <wily> but some of my friends is feared for its stability
[01:40] <cafuego> tarzeau: I will need to google it first, hold on
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[01:40] <tarzeau> cafuego: thank you
[01:40] <soundray> wily: "stability" has several meanings. If you're
looking for robustness, i.e. software that doesn't crash, edgy will be
Just Fine(tm)
[01:40] <Adriano> tarzeau: since ubuntu upstream for most packages is
Debian, I'd add most of those people to the list
[01:40] <tarzeau> Adriano: no
[01:40] <Adriano> no?
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[01:40] <wily> thanx soundray
[01:40] <tarzeau> Adriano: i want the statistics of only ubuntu:
[01:41] <tarzeau> Adriano: without the debian stuff.
[01:41] <tarzeau> Adriano: only official ubuntu developers, and official
ubuntu packages
[01:41] <tarzeau> Adriano: no universe, no multi-verse
[01:41] <Adriano> well, that sounds self-defeating
[01:41] <teledyn> rag: also check dmesg output to see if there is any
problem/error message from alsa
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[01:41] <tarzeau> Adriano: no, it's just that i don't look for other
numbers but the ones i look for
[01:41] <Adriano> you ask for the list of devs "without this bit here"
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[01:41] <tarzeau> Adriano: no, you don't understand me
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[01:41] <tarzeau> Adriano: and you are misinterpreting me too
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[01:42] <Adriano> I don't think your numbers will make much sense, is
what I'm saying
[01:42] <tarzeau> Adriano: i don't care, you don't know what i want to do
with the numbers
[01:42] <teledyn> rag: /proc/asound/version for alsa version
[01:42] <tarzeau> Adriano: you are only assuming i want to compare them,
but your addumption is wrong
[01:42] <Adriano> of course not
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[01:42] <tarzeau> Adriano: i think my question was clear enough, i don't
want to discuss about other things
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[01:43] <rag> teledyn, thx
[01:43] <soundray> tarzeau: don't do this. You came here for advice, so
don't diss the very people who *could* help you.
[01:43] <Adriano> I'm not saying or assuming anything apart from "a lot
of Debian improvements go straight to Ubuntu, to the point where strings
in the description of packages will get mismatches, as I read yesterday
on Debian-planet"
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[01:44] <rag> teledyn, ok 1.0.10rc3
[01:44] <cafuego> tarzeau: can't find it - could run a quick extract from
Packages.bz2 though
[01:44] <teledyn> rag: use aplay to play a .wav file. see if there is
any error output.
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[01:45] <denisbr> Hi ... anyboby have a Ubuntu Presentation maked in the
[01:45] <JohnRobert> what tool should I use to copy a CD?
[01:45] <mypapit> isap ayam jantan!!
[01:45] <JohnRobert> (I'm looking for an easy gnome way if it's out
[01:45] <teledyn> rag: also, what does ls -la /dev/mixer say?
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[01:46] <soundray> JohnRobert: there should be a Copy option if you
right-click on the desktop symbol for the CD
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[01:46] <tarzeau> JohnRobert: readcd/cdrecord ?
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[01:47] <cafuego> tarzeau: http://www.cafuego.net/stuff/maintainers.txt
[01:47] <tarzeau> soundray: i wasn't rude, i was just strict as in exact
and accurate
[01:47] <cafuego> tarzeau: grep ^Maintainer Packages-main | sort | uniq -
cd | sort -n > maintainers.txt
[01:48] <tarzeau> cafuego: thank you
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[01:48] <soundray> tarzeau: ... and alienating.
[01:48] <tarzeau> cafuego: wait do you think you can update this file
[01:48] <JohnRobert> thanks soundray
[01:48] <rag> crw-rw----- 1 root audio
[01:48] <JohnRobert> :)
[01:48] <tarzeau> soundray: must i use ubuntu to find advice?
[01:48] <rag> teledyn, crw-rw----- 1 root audio
[01:48] <tarzeau> soundray: are foreigners not welcome? i heard ubuntu
means humanity? am i no human?
[01:49] <teledyn> rag: grep audio /etc/group   <- do you see your user
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[01:49] <SQ2> soundray -> no, some advices are available to other
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[01:49] <Adriano> ok, you're going straight to the deep end
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[01:49] <gnomefreak> tarzeau: there are channels for other languages
[01:50] <tarzeau> cafuego: and if i count all numbers in the front
together i get the number of what? binary or source packages?
[01:50] <Adriano> I don't think you get to decide whether you're
insulting, or rude, or whatever
[01:50] <soundray> tarzeau: look, you are *very* welcome to ask questions
here. I'm only suggesting that you could deal with the advice you're
getting more constructively. Anyway, this is getting off-topic.
[01:50] <SQ2> soundray -> I 'm an alien also .. U not alone
[01:50] <Adriano> it's usually the other person
[01:50] <cafuego> tarzeau: binary/main
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[01:50] <tarzeau> gnomefreak: english is fine, thank you
[01:50] <tarzeau> cafuego: thanks, can you tell me if you can setup a
weekly cronjob for that url you gave me?
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[01:51] <rag> teledyn, yeah user in group
[01:51] <tarzeau> is there a 12x12 pixel ubuntu logo somewhere?
[01:51] <frederick85> I installed ubuntu and my and keys are a bit
wierd and dont work unless I hold them down for a short periodnnoying
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[01:52] <MrGuy> noob q: dont spose ubuntu latest desktop has a GCC
compiler does it?
[01:52] <frederick85> Also anyone know how I can install g++
[01:52] <cafuego> tarzeau: in cron.weekly: "wget -c
i386/Packages.gz -O - | gzip -d | grep ^Maintainer | uniq -cd | sort -n >
/some/file"   :-)
[01:52] <soundray> frederick85: you have dead keys activated.
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[01:52] <soundray> frederick85: 'sudo apt-get install build-essential'
[01:52] <teledyn> tarzeau: 12x12? that's just a few dots, not much of a
[01:52] <frederick85> soundray: yes I saw deadkeys in keyboard settings
[01:52] <tarzeau> cafuego: i guess it means i'll run it, but thank you
for the full url/command
[01:52] <cafuego> MrGuy: Not installed by default, no.
[01:52] <gnomefreak> MrGuy: install build-essential for gcc compiler
[01:52] <cafuego> teledyn: think favicon.ico
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[01:52] <MrGuy> okay
[01:52] <tarzeau> teledyn: http://io.debian.net/~tar/bugstats/bsd.png
just a few dots or the freebsd logo?
[01:53] <teledyn> favicons are 32x32
[01:53] <cafuego> tarzeau: There's an SVG on the wiki, just grab & resize
as needed.
[01:53] <frederick85> Soundray: how do I fix the keys
[01:53] <soundray> frederick85: easiest fix is via System-Preferences-
Keyboard, selecting a layout without dead keys
[01:53] <Adriano> https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+members
[01:53] <cafuego> teledyn: 16x16 actually
[01:53] <Adriano> has a similar list
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[01:53] <frederick85> soundray: how do I install standard Us English
instead of International
[01:53] <teledyn> tarzeau: wait let my get my microscope and i'll tell
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[01:54] <teledyn> cafuego: i think browsers can now handle 32x32
[01:54] <tarzeau> teledyn: hehe, i can use the gimp to make them the size
i need (it's for large lists)
[01:54] <frederick85> Soundray: i tried alot of US layouts and even
Brittish layouts but brittish have the pound sign and i don want that
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[01:54] <tarzeau> where you don't want each of the 2000 entries to use 32
pixels vertically
[01:54] <cafuego> teledyn: They probably can, they squeeze it into a
16x16 spot in he location bar though.
[01:54] <soundray> frederick85: hold on, I'll have a look on mine...
[01:54] <teledyn> check out my custom favicon at infrablue.mine.nu
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[01:54] <tarzeau> !popcon
[01:54] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about popcon - try searching
on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[01:54] <teledyn> i used i think babygimp to create it
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[01:55] <cafuego> tarzeau: not a blootbot here anymore
[01:55] <tarzeau> ubotu popcon is please install popularity-contest and
be part of http://popcon.ubuntu.com
[01:55] <tarzeau> cafuego: what a pity, unteachable?
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[01:55] <JuJuBee> How do I increas the number of resolutions for my
display settings? I used to have 60 - 85 for my monitor. Now the only
one is 60 since I reinstalled.
[01:55] <soundray> frederick85: have you tried the "Alternative
international" option under U.S.?
[01:55] <frederick85> soundray: sorry i fixed it
[01:55] <MrGuy> how frustrating lol, my network card comes with linux
drivers that must be compiled with gcc_
[01:55] <gnomefreak> tarzeau: only certain people can add facts to the
bot to keep down on crap that has been added in past
[01:55] <frederick85> soundray: thanks for the tips anyway my friend
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[01:56] <soundray> frederick85: anytime
[01:56] <frederick85> can I install AiGLX on Ubuntu
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[01:56] <soundray> MrGuy: are you sure that ubuntu hasn
[01:56] <gnomefreak> frederick85: ask in #ubuntu-xgl please
[01:56] <soundray> MrGuy: are you sure that ubuntu hasn't done that for
you already? What type of network card?
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[01:57] <dv_> hi
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[01:58] <teledyn> identify favicons/favicon.wiggle.ico    BMP 32x32
DirectClass 3kb
[01:59] <MrGuy> its not a card, its a usb ethernet-nic
[01:59] <valborg> hello; I'm using xubuntu, but it's not translated to
norwegian, but the rest of the system is translated. I believe gnumeric
is translated, but is there something I need to do?
[01:59] <MrGuy> sorry, ethernet usb-nic
[01:59] <soundray> MrGuy: Linksys?
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[01:59] <MrGuy> nope, dynamode
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[01:59] <MrGuy> without the drivers, it sees it as a modem,
[01:59] <MrGuy> which it isnt
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[01:59] <MrGuy> and insists i put all my dial up details in, yet we have
a router lol
[02:00] <soundray> MrGuy: do you know how to go about compiling the
[02:00] <|rellis|> valborg: Is something in particular not working?
[02:00] <MrGuy> ye, theres a guide on the driver cd, it gives you the
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[02:00] <|rellis|> valborg: or not translated?
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[02:01] <Ornedan> The new Eclipse 3.2 packages for Edgy don't seem to
work. Eclipse always dies on startup. Anyone else experiencing this?
[02:01] <valborg> |rellis|: well, only gnumeric is in english and not
norwegian; I think it may be the gnome norwegian pack, so I'm downloading
it now;)
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[02:02] <soundray> MrGuy: often, manufacturer guides like that don't
apply to Ubuntu one-to-one. Have you looked on the forums/wiki for
ubuntu-specific instructions?
[02:02] <|rellis|> valborg: oh okay, ya that might very well be it
[02:02] <MrGuy> couldnt find anythng for that specific device
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[02:02] <MrGuy> ive got a different card now though, a net lynx one so
ill have a pop with that
[02:02] <|rellis|> valborg: I assume you went system->administration-
>language support and set it in there?
[02:03] <soundray> MrGuy: good luck. If you have trouble, this is a good
place to ask.
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[02:03] <MrGuy> okay, thanks.
[02:04] <teledyn> Ornedan: launch it from a command line and watch for
error output. run strace
[02:04] <VladDrac> hi, where can I find a list of (out of the box)
supported raid cards. Or, in other words, does dapper support 3ware 8006
lp2 out of the box (3w-xxxx driver)?
[02:05] <valborg> |rellis|: no, I launched synaptic and searched for
norwegian and somehow the gnome norwegian pack was not installed; I'll
report back if it works;)
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[02:05] <soundray> VladDrac: there is a w-xxxx.ko module that comes with
dapper by default.
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[02:05] <JuJuBee> Any ideas on how to add resolutions to my display
settings? Before re-installation, I was using 1280X800 @ 85, now all I
can select is 60.
[02:06] <soundray> VladDrac: s/w-xxxx.ko/3w-xxxx.ko/
[02:06] <VladDrac> soundray sounds good, but I wouldn't mind some more
explicit confirmation
[02:06] <valborg> |rellis|: yup, worked fine;)
[02:06] <Terminus> is there any way to read foo.pod.gz with perldoc like
how foo.txt.gz can be filtered through lesspipe?
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[02:06] <KenSentMe> !fixres > JuJuBee
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[02:06] <KenSentMe> JuJuBee: check what ubotu says to you
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[02:07] <soundray> VladDrac: if the driver is there, it usually means
that it works as well. You could check whether any bugs have been filed
against it.
[02:07] <JuJuBee> Thanks KenSentMe.
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[02:07] <VladDrac> soundray: is there a 3w-9xxx driver?
[02:07] <soundray> VladDrac: yes.
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[02:08] <VladDrac> hmm ok. The machine used to have a 9550 card (9xxx
card) which wasn't supported by any stable, recent ubuntu or debian
[02:09] <VladDrac> but back then (april / may this year) dapper wasn't
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[02:09] <VladDrac> ok tx
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[02:09] <soundray> VladDrac: can you install to a non-raid local root
[02:09] <GnarusLeo> Hi! How do I update to firefox 2.0?
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[02:09] <Ornedan> teledyn: Any instructions as to what parameters I
should give strace? Also, Eclipse does get as far as producing it's own
crash log
[02:09] <soundray> GnarusLeo: by updating your distribution to edgy.
[02:10] <VladDrac> soundray a two-step install? I'd rather void it
[02:10] <VladDrac> avoid, eve
[02:10] <VladDrac> n
[02:10] <GnarusLeo> soundray, how do I do that?
[02:10] <soundray> !edgy >GnarusLeo
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[02:10] <teledyn> Ornedan: strace -s 128 -o /tmp/strace.out -f
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[02:10] <akaspersen> Could anyone help me get norwegian language support
in bash, ,   doesn't work, and I don't know how to configure locales
[02:10] <soundray> GnarusLeo: follow the instructions ubotu sent you.
[02:10] <invite> jkhk
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[02:10] <GnarusLeo> ok soundray, but how do I update to it? :)
[02:11] <MrGuy> argh, ive put this network card in and linux insists its
also a modem (ppp0)
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[02:11] <ambimom> gnarusLeo: instructions are on homepage for ubuntu
[02:11] <soundray> GnarusLeo:
[02:11] <user_> hi room
[02:11] <MrGuy> hi
[02:11] <bionoid> MrGuy: Added value? =P
[02:11] <MrGuy> :D
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[02:11] <MrGuy> lol
[02:11] <soundray> MrGuy: it probably is. Does it show up as two devices
in lsusb?
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[02:12] <Ryugi> hello
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[02:12] <ba5e> hello Ryugi
[02:12] <weardlan> still trying ubuntu on my sony vaio, drops to
initramfs prompt and casper.log shows mount /cdrom /root/cdrom fails,
allclus appreciated
[02:12] <Ryugi> does anyone hee do programming in linux?
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[02:13] <soundray> Ryugi: many people do. Just ask your question.
[02:13] <MrGuy> omfg this is so crazy. if i put the network card in on
its own, it says its a modem, if i put the usb-nic in on its own, it
insists its a modem, but if i put them both in together, it shows a
network card and a modem:S
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[02:14] <ba5e> MrGuy: sounds like your having fuN!!!!
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[02:14] <MrGuy> lol oh well at least i have an eth0 now, jsut run
dhclient on it now to see what happens
[02:14] <soundray> MrGuy: consider blacklisting the modules it loads for
the modem.
[02:15] <MrGuy> what would that do, what does it mean and how would i go
about doing it? lol
[02:15] <Alakazamz0r> ~~moneys the matter~~
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[02:15] <soundray> MrGuy: blacklisting prevents a module from being
loaded by udev.
[02:16] <ambimom> Gotta go...bye all
[02:16] <MrGuy> ambimom: bye
[02:16] <akaspersen> Could anyone help me configure my locales, I need
support for norwegian letters in bash
[02:16] <soundray> MrGuy: in dapper, you make an entry in
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[02:16] <MrGuy> okay, thanks
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[02:16] <Vich|Away> I installed my wireless network card and it appears
to be connected (iwconfig)
[02:16] <Vich|Away> but I can't ping the router
[02:16] <MrGuy> well my network works now (Well internet, havnt tested if
i can browse the rest of the network)
[02:16] <Ornedan> teledyn: Created an strace log. What then? Also, the
issue doesn't seem dependent on jvm used (botg gcj and sun fail the same
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[02:17] <Vich|Away> :S
[02:17] <Ornedan> s/botg/both/
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[02:17] <ubuntu> Hi
[02:17] <ubuntu> :D
[02:17] <dthacker> I'm having problems generating a GPGkey to register as
an ubuntero. Can anyone assist?
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[02:17] <Tompu> dthacker: whats your issue?
[02:17] <soundray> akaspersen: bash as such does not deal with character
sets. You need to configure your terminal program or console.
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[02:17] <akaspersen> soundray; how do I do that?
[02:18] <soundray> akaspersen: are you using the console or gnome-
[02:18] <dthacker> The key never seems to be uploaded. The upload
command gives no feedback, so I'm not sure if I'm successful or not.
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[02:18] <akaspersen> soundray: gnome-terminal
[02:18] <soundray> akaspersen: ubuntu seems to support three Norwegian
languages. Which do you need?
[02:19] <Tompu> dthacker: try gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --
send-key 'key-id'
[02:19] <soundray> akaspersen: nn, nb or no?
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[02:19] <akaspersen> soundray: norwegian(no) or norwegian bokml (nb)
should both be fine
[02:19] <dthacker> Tompu: what is the 'key-id'? When I list out keys I
have an uid. Is that it?
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[02:20] <Tompu> dthacker: if you gpg --list-keys, you have a 'sub:' line.
the ID is the part immediately after the /
[02:20] <verdurin> Is there a way of changing dmesg to use "real" time
and date instead of epoch?
[02:21] <dthacker> ah, thanks Tompu: I think that's the bit of info I've
been missing.
[02:21] <soundray> akaspersen: 'sudo apt-get install language-pack-gnome-
no language-pack-gnome-nb', then log out of gnome and choose your
preferred language at the login screen.
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[02:21] <MrGuy> finally after getting the network going, for some reason,
the internet is really really unstable. like it only works half the time.
im downloading samba now and it downloads a few hundred kb, stops for
about 30 seconds then downloads more:S any explanations?
[02:21] <Tompu> dthacker: no worries. I had problems with that myself
earlier. The guide isn't explicit
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[02:22] <soundray> MrGuy: try another download server before concluding
that the problem is on your side ;)
[02:22] <akaspersen> soundray: thanks, I'll try
[02:22] <MrGuy> how do i tell apt-get to use a different server?
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[02:23] <soundray> MrGuy: don't -- just download some file from somewhere
else with wget
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[02:23] <MrGuy> okay
[02:23] <Vich> is there something I can type to check if my wireless is
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[02:24] <MrGuy> akaspersen: did that language pack download normally
using apt-get?
[02:24] <MrGuy> try pinging somewhere
[02:24] <dthacker> Tompu, this time I did get a "sending key xxxxxxx"
message, so I think I'm good. Thanks again.
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[02:24] <MrGuy> vich: try ping www.google.com
[02:24] <soundray> MrGuy: to answer your actual question, though, you
configure that in /etc/apt/sources.list by replacing
http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ with e.g.
http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ wherever it occurs
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[02:24] <dthacker> Tompu: last quick question. Where could I file a
bug/request to clarify the docs?
[02:24] <Vich> I can ping myself
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[02:25] <Vich> but I cannot ping the router or another computer
[02:25] <Tompu> dthacker: I'm here to ask that question myself
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[02:25] <Nophiq> hi all
[02:25] <MrGuy> vich: that would suggest the wireless isnt connected then
[02:25] <soundray> dthacker: file it on launchpad against the package
that supplies the doc
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[02:26] <dthacker> soundray: it's web based documentation, not sure what
supplies it. I don't think it's supplied by an Ubuntu package?
[02:26] <akaspersen> soundray:unfortunately it didn't seem to work. I can
write norwegian letters, but the terminal won't understand them
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[02:27] <soundray> akaspersen: what's the symptom of "terminal won't
understand them"?
[02:27] <Tompu> dthacker: https://launchpad.net/products/launchpad ?
[02:27] <Ropechoborra> I have a problem.. i got Kubuntu Edgy, and i cant
open some programs (like FrostWire.. or Adept) ... dont know whats
happening =(
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[02:28] <soundray> dthacker: what documentation is this?
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[02:29] <Stev> hi, someone can help em to recover a ntfs partition?
[02:29] <akaspersen> soundray: I could write a file with a word, e.g. fl,
and when I open the file in the editor (gvim usually), everything seems
fine, but if I use the "more"-command, I'll get a output like "f l"
[02:29] <davee> My /etc/apt/sources.list is here: http://paste.ubuntu-
nl.org/28237/ - when I try to install updates, I get a "you are about to
install software that cannot be authenticated" warning - any idea why?
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[02:29] <Tompu> dthacker:
[02:29] <Ropechoborra> Some cool p2p client?
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[02:30] <wickedpuppy> ktorrent or azureus
[02:30] <Ropechoborra> But they work just for torrents..
[02:30] <soundray> akaspersen: it could be that the font you've chosen
for the terminal doesn't supply that character. Change the font via Edit-
Current Profile
[02:30] <Ropechoborra> If i want to download music or something like
[02:30] <Blixou> you haven't a keys for your dpots, check a web site of
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[02:31] <Blixou> you have amule too
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[02:31] <avalost> hmm, perhaps someone could help me: I have like 30 or
so .zip files i would like to extract to one dir, is there any way to
extract all at the same time to same dir?
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[02:32] <byteshack> is it possible to do just a server install from a
live cd?
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[02:32] <Tompu> avalost: man unzip
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[02:32] <byteshack> I can't seem to find doco for that
[02:32] <Blixou> right clic => extract to... or download easyubuntu
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[02:33] <soundray> avalost: unzip unpacks the file to the current dir,
you just need to give it the full path to the zipfile.
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[02:34] <JohnDoe_> test
[02:34] <avalost> soundray: unzip *.zip -ed /path/to/dir?
[02:34] <byteshack> the install icon on the desktop seems to go directly
into a gnome install without giving me the option to just do a server
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[02:34] <akaspersen> soundray: that doesn't seem to work either
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[02:34] <wickedpuppy> Ropechoborra, i can download music or videos with
torrent ...
[02:34] <frederick85> can someone please tell me what I can so with this
[02:35] <soundray> byteshack: look at the help screens at the first boot
prompt (F1, F2...). There is a boot option for server installation.
[02:35] <soundray> akaspersen: you may need the language-support-nX
package(s) as well
[02:35] <Tompu> avalost: I dont think you need the -e, but -d will work
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[02:36] <Ropechoborra> wickedpuppy yes.. but is more complicated when you
just want to download few from different groups
[02:36] <byteshack> I remember that being there in breeze, but I coulnd't
find them in Dapper. I'll take a look again
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[02:36] <Tompu> avalost: I don't think -e is valid for unzip
[02:36] <wickedpuppy> Ropechoborra, azureus can download different files
from a torrent ... so can ktorrent
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[02:36] <GnarusLeo> ok, when I have upgraded to edgy, how do I get
firefox 2.0?
[02:36] <soundray> avalost: I don't think there is a -e option. -d should
work, though.
[02:36] <avalost> Tompu: hmm.. this is what i got : caution: filename not
matched: a_t_astrale_gimp.zip
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[02:36] <avalost> unzip *.zip -d brch/
[02:36] <avalost> is what i did
[02:37] <Ropechoborra> GnarusLeo you should have it.. if your upgrade was
[02:37] <avalost> the -ed was typo
[02:37] <soundray> GnarusLeo: you should have it already.
[02:37] <avalost> was supposed to be -d
[02:37] <GnarusLeo> ok, ty Ropechoborra and sokuban_
[02:37] <akaspersen> soundray: I have all the norwegian language-support
packages installed. Any other ideas?
[02:37] <Ropechoborra> wickedpuppy I'll try.. thanks
[02:37] <graveson> what software can i use to write my blogs locally and
post them to my subscribed blog on the net - i am currently subscribed to
[02:37] <GnarusLeo> soundray, Ive heard that the full egdy's coming out
tomorrow, is that correct?
[02:38] <soundray> GnarusLeo: yes
[02:38] <GnarusLeo> soundray, so it was onfoutniate of me to upgrade
today? or does it matter?
[02:38] <soundray> GnarusLeo: no, you will just a another few package
updates tomorrow.
[02:39] <byteshack> hmmm... the only options seem to be [live] and
[memtest] from the Dapper liveCD
[02:39] <Tompu> avalost: Sorry, no idea. Tested and works for me. perhaps
a problem with the zip file in question
[02:39] <GnarusLeo> soundray, what I thought .. thanks again
[02:39] <avalost> hmm
[02:39] <avalost> k, thanks
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[02:41] <profoX`> How can I automatically start a command after booting?
i mean, there are different ways.. an easy one for a bash script ?
[02:41] <soundray> akaspersen: so you've tried different fonts in the
[02:41] <profoX`> is there a file where I can add such things or do I
have to do it in init?
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[02:41] <soundray> profoX`: /etc/rc.local
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[02:42] <profoX`> soundray: perfect, that was what i was looking for
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[02:43] <Tompu> soundray: doesnt /etc/rc.local run with every runlevel
change? or is this irrelevant
[02:43] <soundray> byteshack: I think you need the Alternate CD then
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[02:44] <soundray> Tompu: to be honest, I don't know the answer to either
of your questions.
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[02:45] <thee> i was trying to install ubuntu on my friends computer but
it stuck at hd detection stage. can anybody help me.
[02:45] <soundray> Tompu: oh, it's actually in the file: "executed at the
end of each multiuser runlevel". profoX`, heed this.
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[02:45] <akaspersen> soundray: yes, and nothing seemed to work
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[02:46] <Tompu> soundray: good point. i suppose the average Ubuntu user
only enters multiuser runlevel once per boot though?
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[02:46] <sparkleytone> i did a dist-upgrade from breezy to dapper and now
my openssh-server is broken
[02:46] <sparkleytone> it will run, but when i connect it does
[02:46] <sparkleytone> dies*
[02:46] <Alakazamz0r> SpacePuppy, reconfigure it
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[02:46] <sparkleytone> giving the following error: *** glibc detected ***
double free or corruption (!prev): 0x080a2b28 ***
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[02:46] <soundray> akaspersen: sorry, out of ideas. Have you asked in
#ubuntu-no ?
[02:47] <sparkleytone> can someone PLEASE help with this?
[02:47] <thee> i was trying to install ubuntu on my friends computer but
it stuck at hd detection stage. can anybody help me.
[02:47] <Alakazamz0r> sparkleytone, i told you... reconfigure it
[02:47] <sparkleytone> Alakazamz0r: i did
[02:47] <sparkleytone> Alakazamz0r: it didn't help
[02:47] <Alakazamz0r> purge it and reinstallit
[02:47] <akaspersen> soundray: I'll try now, thanks for your help
[02:47] <sparkleytone> Alakazamz0r: i did, also didn't help
[02:48] <sparkleytone> Alakazamz0r: i also did a src build and it still
crashes like that
[02:48] <soundray> sparkleytone: have you rebooted since the upgrade?
[02:48] <Alakazamz0r> sparkleytone,
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[02:48] <sparkleytone> soundray: yeah i did
[02:49] <sparkleytone> Alakazamz0r: thx
[02:49] <Alakazamz0r> no problem
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[02:49] <Alakazamz0r> that may help
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[02:49] <sparkleytone> hmmm...
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[02:50] <livingdaylight> Can you tell me if either books come
reccommended for Open Office - Dummies for Open Office or Robin Miller's
Point & Click OpenOffice.org
[02:50] <sparkleytone> Alakazamz0r: no dice :/
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[02:50] <thee> I was trying to install ubuntu on my friends computer but
it stuck at hd detection stage. can anybody help me. ANYBODY
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[02:50] <syntaxx> anyone good at iptables? i cant connect to my samba
when deploying this rule http://pastebin.ca/220960 anyone know what im
missing or error?
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[02:51] <Ryugi> do you guys think making a SMS content platform on linux
is recommended?
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[02:51] <Tompu> syntaxx: try #iptables ;)
[02:51] <syntaxx> Tompu, no one talks :D
[02:51] <GnarusLeo> Hi, I get this error when trying to dist-upgrade to
edgy: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28245/ ... can anyone please respond?
[02:51] <livingdaylight> Can you tell me if either books come
reccommended for Open Office - Dummies for Open Office or Robin Miller's
Point & Click OpenOffice.org
[02:51] <livingdaylight> no one in #openoffice.org even knows
[02:51] <Tompu> thee: whats the problem?
[02:52] <ZorK> Hello, i need some help. I cant boot to anything on my
laptop. I had windows and ubuntu on there. So now i booted ubuntu with
the live CD. Is there any way I can copy the disc where windows was, to
my external harddisc? (Note: I cannot enter the disc where-on windows is
installed) It is because i have some really important stuff on my windows
i need..
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[02:52] <jbinder> !schedule
[02:52] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
[02:52] <thee> it freezes at the stage where it detects hard disk
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[02:53] <soundray> ZorK: how does the hard disk boot fail?
[02:53] <Tompu> thee: what cd are you running the install from?
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[02:53] <thee> the normal ubuntu live cd.
[02:53] <ZorK> soundray: "Cant load operating system.."
[02:53] <GnarusLeo> Hi, I get this error when trying to dist-upgrade to
edgy: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28245/ ... can anyone please respond?
[02:53] <Tompu> thee: 6.06?
[02:53] <robin> hello, I made a mistake and stop the adept auto updater
from starting on boot, how do i fix?
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[02:54] <soundray> ZorK: is that a message from grub? Or is there no way
to tell?
[02:54] <sparkleytone> GnarusLeo: if you're upgrading to edgy, you're not
going to get much support here
[02:54] <ZorK> No way to tell
[02:54] <Tompu> ZorK: grub doesnt spit that message out
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[02:54] <thee> Tompu: yes. should i wait for edgy?
[02:54] <ZorK> Tompu: its not Grub
[02:54] <soundray> ZorK: I'd try reinstalling grub, as if Windows had
ruined it. Hold on, I'll find the instructions...
[02:54] <ZorK> I booted my windows cd and did fixmbr to fix the booting,
but now its fucked
[02:54] <Tompu> ZorK: my point exactly
[02:55] <ZorK> soundray: i do that from the livecd? cause thats the only
thing i can boot
[02:55] <sparkleytone> edgy final is already on the way?
[02:55] <Tompu> ZorK: do you have a second system?
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[02:55] <ZorK> Tompu: I had windows and ubuntu on the same disc, but
different partitions. And neither can boot
[02:55] <soundray> ZorK: scroll down to "Using the Desktop/LiveCD and
Overwriting the Windows bootloader" on
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[02:55] <thee> sparkleytone: it will be released on 26th october.
[02:55] <Tompu> ZorK: do you have a seperate physical computer?
[02:56] <ZorK> Tompu: this one
[02:56] <LookTJ> which is tomorrow
[02:56] <sparkleytone> wow...that's a fast release cycle.
[02:56] <sparkleytone> from june to october...wow.
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[02:56] <Tompu> ZorK: before you proceed, I'd transfer the offending hdd
into the other computer, and back up your 'essential' files
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[02:56] <thee> Tompu: any suggestions?
[02:57] <ZorK> Tompu: but how?
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[02:57] <soundray> ZorK: Tompu's advice is good in principle, but the
grub fix isn't particularly dangerous
[02:57] <LookTJ> The Fiesty Fawn is the next codename?
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[02:57] <soundray> ZorK: you can use partimage -- I think it's on the
live CD.
[02:57] <Tompu> thee: sorry, no. It's possible that the cd is damaged in
some way, but I think that's unlikely
[02:58] <soundray> LookTJ: feisty (swap e and i)
[02:58] <thee> i tried both ubuntu and kubuntu. none worked.
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[02:58] <Tompu> thee: ah. i suppose there is such a thing as unsupported
hardware :(
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[02:59] <Tompu> thee: you could try a 'manual' install, but i have no
experience with ubuntu manual installs
[02:59] <thee> Tompu: yes that may be the case he has an AM2 based
[02:59] <LookTJ> oops, sorry thanks for correcting my word soundray
[02:59] <ZorK> (Tompu) ZorK: before you proceed, I'd transfer the
offending hdd into the other computer, and back up your 'essential' files
<-- But how do i do that? Can i just drag and drop the harddisc from
"Computer" to my external harddrive?
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[02:59] <soundray> thee: I had a similar problem that was fixed by
entering the 'noapic' boot option
[03:00] <soundray> ZorK: use partimage, like I said
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[03:00] <thee> soundray: how and where do i do that?
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[03:01] <Newbie> hello having problems compiling my kernel
[03:01] <Newbie> Cannot find /lib/modules/
[03:01] <Newbie> Failed to create initrd image.
[03:01] <Newbie> dpkg: error processing kernel-image- (--
[03:01] <soundray> thee: when you boot, at the first screen where it
waits for a few seconds for your input. There is some info on the F-key
help screens at that stage.
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[03:01] <soundray> Newbie: why are you compiling a kernel at all?
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[03:02] <thee> soundray: thanks. will try it.
[03:02] <Newbie> well, i'v made modifications to memery settings,
processor type, grsec patch, perf patches, etc etc
[03:02] <Newbie> disabled a whole load of unused graphics cards, net
adapters, bluetooth, irda, etc
[03:02] <robin> auto update notification isnt starting on boot, how do i
change that?
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[03:02] <soundray> thee: other things to try are 'nolapic' and dma-
related options. There is a list somewhere... hold on, I'll have a look
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[03:03] <Newbie> soundray: any idea why it isn't compiling?
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[03:03] <thee> robin: click on System->Preferences->Sessions
[03:03] <soundray> thee: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions
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[03:03] <Newbie> make-kpkg -initrd --revision=ck2 kernel_image
[03:03] <Tompu> soundray, ZorK: what about simply running grub-install
from the live cd?
[03:03] <Newbie> that worked no problem
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[03:04] <Newbie> its just the image that is the problem
[03:04] <Tompu> soundray, ZorK: you'd need to mount /boot first, i
[03:04] <whyameye> all the CD writing apps are failing to write
successfully to my CD recorder. They claim the CD is full or finalized
even though I am sticking in blank CDs. How should I troubleshoot this?
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[03:04] <RawSewage> can I do this:   I have no Linux installed.
Tomorrow, I put in the old Dapper LiveCD. Can I install Edgy directly
from that over the internet? Without ever installing Dapper?
[03:04] <soundray> Tompu: why not follow the advice that's tried and
tested? (ZorK)
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[03:05] <thee> soundray: Thank you.
[03:05] <azathoth> RawSewage: no
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[03:05] <Tompu> soundray: grub-install is how I've always 'fixed' my
system after a windows re-install
[03:05] <azathoth> just get the edgy cd tommorrow
[03:05] <ZorK> nooooooooo... i cant write to external harddrive :/
[03:05] <RawSewage> I dont want to have to burn another CD
[03:05] <RawSewage> Im almost out of CDs
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[03:06] <azathoth> buy some more
[03:06] <soundray> ZorK: try with sudo
[03:06] <RawSewage> I'm broke
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[03:06] <ZorK> how?
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[03:06] <soundray> ZorK: and don't panic ;)
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[03:06] <ZorK> I need to copy the WHOLE disc to my external harddrive,
whats the command for that?
[03:06] <squeee> Is it possible to set up a chroot where you run a normal
32bit root and a 64 bit kernel, and changeroot a 64bit environment?
[03:06] <Newbie> hmm, where could I get help on a custom kernel build?
[03:07] <joona> ZorK: do you want files, or HD image=
[03:07] <soundray> ZorK: use partimage
[03:07] <joona> dd ftw
[03:07] <ZorK> joona: I need to get the WHOLE disc copied to my external
drive. I guess an image would be okay, like an ISO or IMG ?
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[03:07] <soundray> !kernelcompile >Newbie
[03:08] <ZorK> soundray: where is partimage?
[03:08] <joona> ZorK: yeah, like iso
[03:08] <ZorK> joona: how do i do that?
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[03:08] <joona> ZorK: dd if=/dev/yourhd of=/path/to/diskimage.img
[03:08] <soundray> ZorK: Alt-F2, gksudo partimage
[03:08] <syntaxx> !kernelcompile > syntaxx
[03:08] <joona> if = input file, of = output file
[03:08] <joona> linux handles devices (eg. harddrives) as files too, so
the operation is pretty simple
[03:09] <joona> if you point it to specific partition, eg /dev/hda2, it
just copies the whole hda2 to disk image
[03:09] <ZorK> soundray: doesnt open anything
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[03:09] <joona> if you point straight to /dev/hda, it copies the whole
[03:09] <joona> including boot sector ec
[03:09] <joona> etc
[03:09] <soundray> ZorK: okay, forget it then... it's on Knoppix live CDs
[03:09] <Newbie> soundray: heh you think I didnt read before I asked for
[03:09] <joona> and partition table
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[03:10] <ZorK> joona: can you give me a bit more described command? im a
[03:10] <soundray> Newbie: you'd be surprised how many people are that
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[03:10] <joona> ZorK: the first one is
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[03:10] <joona> dd if=/dev/yourhd of=/path/to/diskimage.img
[03:10] <cjuner> Hi... Is it possible to configure sudo so it basically
works like su -c 'command' (i.e. it asks for the root user's password,
not the user's).
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[03:10] <joona> if you wanna copy /dev/hda to diskimage.img its dd
if=/dev/hda of=diskimage.img
[03:10] <joona> if you are in the directory where you want to create the
disk image
[03:11] <jelly> Hi, I've added some fonts to /usr/share/fonts/truetype,
what needs to be run to make them visible to (gtk2,qt) apps?
[03:11] <soundray> joona: the resulting image is pretty useless, though,
if it's of a non-booting hard disk. (ZorK)
[03:11] <stjepan> when will be relased new FGLRX drivers?????
[03:11] <stjepan> !fglrx
[03:11] <ubotu> To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card,
see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto
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[03:11] <Newbie> hmf, nooooo help on this problem on google
[03:11] <ZorK> joona: well the harddrive is not called /dev blah blah ..
when i do the properties on it its just said: location: computer:///
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[03:11] <Newbie> unless i'm using stupid search strings
[03:11] <ZorK> not any dev stuf
[03:11] <joona> soundray: why?
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[03:11] <joona> soundray: its just exact copy of /dev/hda then
[03:12] <ZorK> soundray: i just need the files, so i can pull the image
apart and get my files on another computer
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[03:12] <joona> including partiton table and all the data
[03:12] <stjepan> anyoby here uses opensource R300 drivers?
[03:12] <stjepan> !r300
[03:12] <Newbie> i must be missing some packages....
[03:12] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about r300 - try searching
on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[03:12] <Alakazamz0r> Fetched 781MB in 37m11s (350kB/s)
[03:12] <Alakazamz0r> w00t
[03:12] <soundray> joona: it's useless as a backup, though, because you
can't mount any partitions from it without major surgery.
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[03:12] <Metaj> Dose anyone know why my wabcam microfon becomes my
default voicecard ????????
[03:13] <joona> yeah, thats true
[03:13] <ZorK> joona: can i do dd if=/dev/hda of=diskimage.iso instead?
or must it be img?
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[03:13] <Hattori> repository?
[03:13] <joona> ZorK: yeah, the extension wont affect the format :)
[03:13] <Hattori> ?repository
[03:14] <joona> ZorK: but please, tell us why you need the image
[03:14] <soundray> ZorK: don't backup /dev/hda with dd. This is what I
just discussed with joona.
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[03:14] <joona> as soundray pointed out, it won't be good as a backup
[03:14] <Hattori> hmm. where can i find the repository list to dist-
upgrade to last ubuntu version? i have kubuntu at the moment
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[03:14] <davee> Which key IDs do you see when you do "sudo apt-key list"
- trying to troubleshoot authentication errors when downloading new
[03:14] <joona> if you want to backup just specific partitions, point
straight to them
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[03:14] <joona> like dd if=/dev/hda2 of=hda2_backup.iso
[03:14] <soundray> ZorK: backup /dev/hda1 or whatever your Windows
partition is.
[03:14] <daxxar> Anyone know of a decent web-tool for monitoring of the
health of systems and their services?
[03:15] <joona> so you'll be able to mount the specific partitions
straight later on
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[03:15] <ZorK> okay, how do i do the = on a danish keyboard with english
[03:15] <daxxar> I.e. what hosts are online, what services are online,
[03:15] <thee> Hattori: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop
[03:15] <soundray> ZorK: better yet, mount your Windows partition read-
only and backup the files/dirs you need.
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[03:15] <joona> ZorK: its most likely ?-button
[03:15] <Newbie> lalallalalallalal
[03:15] <ZorK> soundray: i back it up by creating a iso?
[03:15] <ZorK> joona: nope
[03:15] <soundray> ZorK: no. You create a partition image.
[03:15] <daxxar> ZorK, try the button to the left of the backspace button
[03:15] <soundray> Newbie: that is a sure-fire way to get kicked from
this channel.
[03:16] <Metaj> Dose anyone know why my wabcam microfon becomes my
default voicecard ????????
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[03:16] <Newbie> soundray: is there any other channels I can ask and
somebody might have had this same type of problem.
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[03:16] <Hattori> hmm. where can i find the repository list to dist-
upgrade to last ubuntu version? i have kubuntu at the moment
[03:16] <soundray> Metaj: don't repeat. Rephrase your question if you
don't get a reply.
[03:16] <ZorK> soundray: just right click and mount?
[03:16] <ZorK> daxxar: thanks
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[03:16] <frederick85> what file do the apt-package information download
[03:17] <soundray> ZorK: yes, or do a 'sudo mount /dev/hda1 /mnt'
[03:17] <joona> ZorK: keep in mind, that resulting file when created with
dd will be exactly the same size as the partition you're copying
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[03:17] <joona> ZorK: but as soundray pointed, it will most likely be
better to just backup the files
[03:18] <thee> Hattori: that will install gnome and apps from ubuntu 6.06
in addition to your kubuntu installation
[03:18] <ZorK> soundray: done, but now i cant open it.. it just doesnt
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[03:18] <Hattori> thee: so what should i do to get only ubuntu and not
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[03:19] <frederick85> What file does my Apt repository information
Download Into
[03:19] <soundray> Newbie: if you don't get a reply now, try again later.
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[03:19] <thee> once you install ubuntu you can set gnome as your default
desktop manager and then...
[03:19] <soundray> ZorK: what doesn't open?
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[03:20] <thee> sudo apt-get kubuntu-desktop
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[03:20] <thee> oops...
[03:20] <joona> ZorK: it's permissions are most likely restricted for
[03:20] <ZorK> soundray: when i go to "Computer" and choose the thing, it
wont open the windows partition..
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[03:20] <ZorK> OMG!!
[03:20] <thee> sudo apt-get remove kubuntu-desktop
[03:20] <Ropechoborra> I upgraded to edgy, (i had linux-686 installed)
now my kernel is 386.. how do i change to 686 again? (but the newest)
[03:20] <Hattori> thee: ok, where is repository list to upgrade to last
version of ubuntu?
[03:20] <joona> ZorK: check it out, open terminal
[03:20] <ZorK> I just backed it up and its only 500 mb!!!! My harddisk is
[03:21] <ZorK> joona: yes?
[03:21] <soundray> ZorK: unless the partition you tried to write to is
[03:21] <joona> sudo ls /mnt
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[03:21] <thee> Hattori: in the terminal type sudo aptitude install
[03:21] <sparkleytone> Alakazamz0r: apparently an empty /etc/krb5.keytab
causes that issue. thanks for trying to help. now we both know :/ 8hrs
of my life: gone.
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[03:21] <Alakazamz0r> sparkleytone, sorry i wasn't able to help more...
im glad you figured it out and thanks for letting me know.
[03:21] <ZorK> soundray: its not :(
[03:22] <thee> Hattori: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/gnome
[03:22] <Alakazamz0r> sparkleytone, dont think of it as 8 hours gone,
think of it as 8 hours of experience.
[03:22] <ZorK> joona: yes and so? Now i see the list of my windows drive
[03:22] <sparkleytone> Alakazamz0r: its cool. i help people both for a
living and for fun. i understand :)
[03:22] <Alakazamz0r> lol, my default web browser is Lynx.
[03:22] <Alakazamz0r> lol
[03:22] <Alakazamz0r> cool sparkleytone :D
[03:22] <joona> ZorK: ok, so it's still there
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[03:23] <Vich> can someone tell me what the latest version of ubuntu is?
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[03:23] <Alakazamz0r> 6.06
[03:23] <joona> ZorK: now if you want to back up the files, do 'sudo tar
-czvvf ~/bacup_of_win.tar.gz /mnt'
[03:23] <Vich> I see it advertised on the site as 6.0.6
[03:23] <joona> ZorK: and it will create 'backup_of_win.tar.gz' in your
home dir
[03:23] <Alakazamz0r> Vich, thats correct.
[03:23] <Alakazamz0r> 6.06 dapper
[03:23] <joona> including all the windows partitions files
[03:23] <Vich> yet a mirror I'm on lists 6.10
[03:23] <susscorfa> that is the same Vich
[03:23] <frederick85> Ubuntu is such a great OS thanks to the guy who
payed for it
[03:24] <Vich> 6.10 is the same?
[03:24] <susscorfa> 6.10 is not jet released
[03:24] <Vich> then why can I download it ~_~
[03:24] <Alakazamz0r> Vich, its a beta.
[03:24] <Alakazamz0r> testing purposes
[03:24] <susscorfa> !edgy
[03:24] <ubotu> edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[03:24] <Vich> ah
[03:24] <Vich> thanks
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[03:24] <Alakazamz0r> no problem.
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[03:25] <susscorfa> it is probably released within a few days :S
[03:25] <Vich> and the difference between 6.0.6 and would be?
[03:25] <susscorfa> :D
[03:25] <Vich> is a beta too>
[03:25] <Vich> ?
[03:25] <ZorK> okay, how do i do the ~ on a danish keyboard with english
[03:25] <susscorfa> i dont know about a
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[03:25] <joona> ZorK: you dont need to do it
[03:25] <Vich> lol
[03:26] <joona> ZorK: just skip the ~/ part
[03:26] <Vich> and if it's a beta, why does it say rc
[03:26] <joona> ZorK: but then you must be in the dir where you want to
create the file
[03:26] <Vich> doesn't that stand for release candidate?
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[03:26] <joona> ZorK: so it'll be 'sudo tar -czvvf bacup_of_win.tar.gz
[03:26] <dv_> it does
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[03:26] <dv_> final release should be tomorrow
[03:26] <ZorK> joona: how do i know what dir im in when im going trough
[03:26] <Vich> ok
[03:26] <joona> ZorK: type pwd
[03:27] <joona> 'pwd', not 'type pwd' ;)
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[03:28] <ZorK> joona: "Cowardly refusing to create an empty archive"
[03:28] <teledyn> ~ is shift+the key below F1
[03:28] <Alakazamz0r> brb
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[03:29] <joona> ZorK: and you did exactly 'sudo tar -czvvf
bacup_of_win.tar.gz /mnt'
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[03:29] <joona> ?
[03:29] <ZorK> joona: yes
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[03:29] <joona> and what do you get when you do 'sudo ls /mnt/'
[03:30] <joona> list of your windows files?
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[03:30] <susscorfa> Vich: are your questions awnsered ?
[03:30] <ZorK> content of C:\ (the windows drive)
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[03:30] <joona> ZorK: weird, it should start creating the tar.gz archive
right there...
[03:30] <joona> try 'sudo tar -czvvf bacup_of_win.tar.gz /mnt/' if the
last slash matters
[03:31] <ZorK> maybe because there is nothing there? maybe all my stuff
is gone :(
[03:31] <joona> well, if you see the files, they definetly are there
[03:31] <ZorK> damn
[03:31] <ZorK> i forgot the /mnt/
[03:31] <ZorK> >_>
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[03:31] <Metaj> Has someone succed to intall Creative Live Cam Video IM
on Ubuntu 64bit
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[03:31] <ZorK> It made it now, joona
[03:31] <joona> yea
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[03:32] <joona> and you should see the list of files rolling in your
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[03:32] <ZorK> joona: yes
[03:32] <GreenCult> hi all
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[03:32] <joona> yeah, it's creating the backup then :)
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[03:32] <thee> exit
[03:32] <thee> quit
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[03:32] <JuJuBee> Can someone help me with install? I wish to create
custom partitions during install, but dont see how to set bootable flag
during install.
[03:32] <ZorK> joona: i went to /home/ubuntu and saw there.. the file was
tehre, but properties said "0 bytes"
[03:32] <joona> i hope you have enough free space on the partition where
you are creating the archive
[03:33] <joona> /home/ubuntu?
[03:33] <joona> you are running on livecd?
[03:33] <ZorK> yes
[03:33] <joona> gaaah
[03:33] <joona> GOD HAVE MERCY
[03:33] <joona> ;)
[03:33] <ZorK> i cant open the other operation systems
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[03:33] <joona> ZorK: you won't have enough space to back up the hd
[03:33] <joona> where you think the backup is going to?
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[03:33] <ZorK> lawl
[03:34] <ZorK> joona: can i do a command so it lands on my external
harddrive? (but first i need access to write to it)
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[03:34] <joona> ah, yes
[03:34] <joona> ZorK: what filesystem does it have?
[03:34] <joona> fat32 ? NTFS?
[03:34] <joona> the external hd i mean
[03:34] <metalek> any howto about how to install ati on edgy?
[03:34] <ZorK> ntfs i recall
[03:35] <JuJuBee> Am I in the wrong place for install questions?
[03:35] <joona> ok, i dont think you can mount it read-write then
[03:35] <joona> will you be able to format the external drive? is there
anything valuable there that you'll need to save?
[03:35] <ZorK> hold on ill check
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[03:36] <joona> if yes, boot up to your windows, and copy all the
valuable stuff to your windows partition. then boot on to livecd again,
format the external hd (as fat32 for example, so your windows will still
be able to read it, too), mount it in, and create the backup there.
[03:36] <teledyn> question: why does he need to format an ntfs drive to
copy a .tar.gz file to it?
[03:37] <joona> teledyn: does ubuntu have ntfs rw already?
[03:37] <ZorK> joona: So, format it here on my main, and shove it in on
my laptop?
[03:37] <teledyn> joona: it doesn't? i thought it would have
[03:37] <joona> haven't had any ntfs drives in so many years
[03:37] <joona> last that i checked, kernel had only read support
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[03:37] <joona> (and experimental write)
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[03:38] <teledyn> last i heard write support was no longer exp. that was
about a year ago
[03:38] <joona> you could only change files, couldnt even change their
[03:38] <joona> oh, wicked
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[03:38] <jpatota> why is cups better than LPR
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[03:38] <teledyn> then again, don't let me stop anyone from reformatting
an ntfs volume :-)
[03:38] <Martin^_^> tell me
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[03:39] <Vich> are the desktop and server versions of ubuntu very
[03:39] <joona> teledyn: hehehe, i think this guy would be better off if
he wouldnt have to format it :)
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[03:39] <Vich> does the server version have everything desktop has?
[03:39] <joona> ZorK: dont format yet
[03:39] <teledyn> Martin^_^: cups has a generic lpr interface
[03:39] <joona> ZorK: i'll check if its possible to write on ntfs
[03:39] <ZorK> Okay
[03:39] <Vich> I sort of want a desktop setup with some server
[03:39] <ZorK> joona: in the meantime ill just backup to this computer
from external
[03:39] <Vich> hybrid
[03:39] <MarcN> visiI think the only real difference is what gets
installed by default.
[03:40] <Vich> I thought as much
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[03:40] <Paddy_EIRE> hey guys, I switched on my comp this morning only to
see that while it is starting up it began a chech on the filesystem in
hda1....when it gets around 20% into this check it says failed and im
unable to complete starting up??? Im running from the live cd right now
[03:40] <Vich> but I don't like installing things on ubuntu yet
[03:40] <JuJuBee> 930 people here and nobody knows how to use the manual
partition editor during install to set a partition bootable? I don't
feel so stupid anymore.
[03:40] <teledyn> Martin^_^: but cups is the new standard, and the lpr is
legacy and mostly iunneeded
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[03:40] <Sp4rKy> hi
[03:40] <Paddy_EIRE> JuJuBee: you can
[03:40] <jpatota> teledyn: thanks
[03:41] <Sp4rKy> please i need help about ppc version of ubuntu
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[03:41] <MetaMorfoziS> can i list anyways (like fuser) to what files
opened by a sleected program?
[03:41] <teledyn> jpatota: ?
[03:41] <teledyn> ah sorry
[03:41] <Sp4rKy> i have a bcm43** card (which doesn't work with default
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[03:41] <JuJuBee> Paddy_ERIE : I can what?
[03:41] <Sp4rKy> does exists a software like ndiswrapper for ppc ?
[03:42] <Sp4rKy> or must i use bcm43xx-fwcutter ?
[03:42] <MarcN> MetaMorfoziS: look at lsof
[03:42] <Paddy_EIRE> JuJuBee: I will get back to you I got a much bigger
prob :(
[03:42] <peter_123> Hey guys....based in China at the moment and the
repositories all seem to be in the us. What can I do to make them access
the chinese repos?
[03:42] <MetaMorfoziS> thanx
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[03:42] <MarcN> peter_123: take a look at apt-spy and have it find a
closer repo for you.
[03:43] <shredder> info about my problem yesterday. If you have a new
motherboard you must change mac-adresses in /etc/iftab if you want you
network interfaces to work nicely.
[03:43] <peter_123> MarcN, thx
[03:43] <MarcN> peter_123: basically you edit /etc/apt/sources.list to
point to somewhere closer.
[03:43] <teledyn> peter_123: go to the ubuntu download page and look at
the list of mirrors?
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[03:44] <mm> Hey there.. Is there somewhere a place where I can look for
what is planned to get in the dapper-backports? because I want to see if
Postfix 2.3 and Dovecot 1.0rc will go there soon.. Because below that
versions I cant use SMTP AUTH through Dovecot SASL.. Or do I have to use
the edgy packages..?
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[03:45] <mm> I need it for a server and dont want to use edgy on the
[03:45] <teledyn> mm: dovecot is an imap/pop server.   why would it use
smtp auth, which is for an smtp server?
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[03:45] <Paddy_EIRE> I switched on my comp this morning only to see that
while it is starting up it began a check on the filesystem in
hda1....when it gets around 20% into this check it says failed and im
unable to complete starting up??? Im running from the live cd right now
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[03:46] <mm> teledyn: Dovecot has SASL support for Postfix.
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[03:46] <teledyn> mm: for doing what?
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[03:47] <mm> teledyn: Like Cyrus is an IMAP Server but has also a sasl
thing.. (the cyrus one is often confused with sasl in general)
[03:47] <mm> teledyn: Authenication?
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[03:47] <eXistenZ> Deutsch?
[03:47] <Paddy_EIRE> !fschk
[03:47] <mm> teledyn: Do you know what SASL is?
[03:47] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about fschk - try searching
on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[03:47] <teledyn> mm: now you're talking about sasl. what does that have
to do with smtp auth?
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[03:48] <teledyn> mm: sure i know what it is
[03:48] <Paddy_EIRE> where has all the decent help gone
[03:49] <mm> teledyn: Perhaps you didnt like how I use these words, but
the postfix and dovecot guys use it the same way.. ;) "Postfix 2.3 (at
this writing still in development, but available in snapshots) supports
SMTP AUTH through Dovecot SASL as introduced in the Dovecot 1.0 series."
[03:49] <Paddy_EIRE> gnomefreak: you there
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[03:49] <snoops> edgy eft is shipping with firefox 2 correct? But is that
firefox 2 rc2 or 3 OR is it firefox 2 final?
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[03:50] <feydin> hi there, im running a raid0 and every boot it seems
he's checking something on my drives which tooks some time. at this point
he says "Replaying Transactions" and after that "0 Transactions
replayed".... is that normal? ah btw. it's a reiserfs file system
[03:50] <mm> snoops: Yes, from yesterday it isnt rc anymore
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[03:50] <Paddy_EIRE> 933 ppl and no help
[03:50] <teledyn> mm sasl is an auth protocol that is used by smtp among
other things. but imap is the imap protocol so i'm confused
[03:50] <bug> hi everyone.. does anyone know how to properly install
firefox 2 in ubuntu? (without using /opt)
[03:50] <ZorK> joona: anything?
[03:50] <Paddy_EIRE> this place used to be great
[03:51] <snoops> ah, good to hear, is there a site with
pictures/screenshots/demos of the differences between the new apps in
edgy compared to dapper mm?
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[03:51] <mm> teledyn: as I said cyrus is also IMAP ;)
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[03:51] <teledyn> mm: you'd definitely want a secure auth mechanism like
sasl for imap, but i don't know where smtp protocol gets involved
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[03:51] <mm> teledyn: but has also a SASL
[03:51] <teledyn> mm: cyrus is an imapd
[03:51] <joona> ZorK: i was smoking
[03:52] <joona> and now on phone with my boss
[03:52] <mm> teledyn: Right. As I said.
[03:52] <joona> so sec...
[03:52] <teledyn> mm: yes, but what does that have to do with smtp?
[03:52] <ZorK> joona: lol okay, thats life :P
[03:52] <mm> teledyn: But when you know SASL, you should have heard about
cyrus-sasl ;)
[03:53] <dcordes> how can i create new tool outlines in the gimp?
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[03:53] <teledyn> mm: dude i've set up sasl auth many times, but what you
are saying still doesn't make sense to me
[03:53] <avalost> I am having trouble with alsa it seems, upgraded
yesterday and when i try to start esd i get this:
[03:53] <mm> teledyn: And if you dont know what sasl has to do with smtp
then sorry for you.
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[03:53] <avalost> esd &
[03:53] <avalost> [2] 28528
[03:53] <avalost> ALSA lib pcm_dmix.c:790:(snd_pcm_dmix_open) unable to
create IPC semaphore
[03:53] <theplatypus> does anyone know the official release date for
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[03:54] <teledyn> mm: no you don't know what imap has to do with smtp
because they're completely unrelated protocols for totally different
[03:54] <feydin> no one to my raid / reiserfs issue?
[03:54] <thoreauputic> theplatypus, October 26
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[03:54] <teledyn> get a clue
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[03:54] <damnbets> hello
[03:54] <damnbets> how can i block a website with iptables?
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[03:55] <avalost> damnbets: hosts.deny
[03:55] <mm> teledyn: Oh real? Shit, I have to go back to school ;) What
are you talking about? I never said something about imap being the same
as smtp
[03:55] <pluto_> Can anyone help configure my ISA sound card in 6.06?
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[03:55] <bug> damnbets: the best way would to it would to use moblock
[03:55] <teledyn> <mm> Hey there.. Is there somewhere a place where I can
look for what is planned to get in the dapper-backports? because I want
to see if Postfix 2.3 and Dovecot 1.0rc will go there soon.. Because
below that versions I cant use SMTP AUTH through Dovecot SASL.. Or do I
have to use the edgy packages..?
[03:55] <damnbets> avalost: i will find this file and i ll try to block:)
[03:55] <mm> teledyn: I think you didnt want to understand my english,
but I am sorry I am no native speaker
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[03:55] <avalost> damnbets: /etc/hosts.deny
[03:55] <mm> teledyn: read it
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[03:56] <damnbets> bug: my friends come to my house and use my internet
to play bets, and i dont like this thing
[03:56] <avalost> just add the base domain blah.com or whatever
[03:56] <damnbets> so...
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[03:56] <damnbets> i want when they try to open mozilla, to say something
like "unable to connect"
[03:56] <damnbets> :)
[03:56] <teledyn> mm: <mm> ... " I cant use SMTP AUTH through Dovecot
[03:56] <avalost> damnbets: hosts.deny will do that
[03:56] <damnbets> to open the sites i dont like i wanted to say
[03:56] <damnbets> okay
[03:56] <per> how do i open tar.gz in ubuntu 5.0.5
[03:56] <damnbets> i will try
[03:56] <gnomefreak> Paddy_EIRE: im here sort of
[03:56] <avalost> per do tar -zxvf name.of.tar.gz
[03:57] <fulat2k> anyone here successfully installed ubuntu on a 965
chipset pc?
[03:57] <theplatypus> thoreauputic : thanks, now I see it on distrowatch
[03:57] <per> thanks i give it a try :)
[03:57] <ShaDoW_LnX> per: tar- xzvf file.tar.gz
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[03:57] <gnomefreak> 5.0.5?
[03:57] <avalost> anyone have any ideas on this after doing "esd &" :
ALSA lib pcm_dmix.c:790:(snd_pcm_dmix_open) unable to create IPC
[03:57] <ShaDoW_LnX> mmm im lagged.
[03:57] <avalost> ?
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[03:57] <pluto_> Anyone using Xubuntu?
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[03:58] <joona> ZorK: sry, i gotta go and get on with my work :(
[03:58] <Paddy_EIRE> gnomefreak: hopefully you can help me, I switched on
my comp this morning only to see that while it is starting up it began a
check on the filesystem in hda1....when it gets around 20% into this
check it says failed and im unable to complete starting up??? Im running
from the live cd right now
[03:58] <gnomefreak> pluto_: #xubuntu might find more people
[03:58] <bokey> pluto_, #xubuntu . but what's wrong ?
[03:58] <joona> ZorK: i suggest you to go the easy way: boot to windows,
and back up your data from there to external drive
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[03:58] <joona> then you can format the HD from ubuntu livecd the way you
want and get on with installation
[03:58] <ZorK> joona: I cant boot anything on windows, ill just format to
fat32 and copy it
[03:58] <gnomefreak> Paddy_EIRE: can you boot in single user mode or safe
mode whatever its called in dapper?
[03:58] <joona> ZorK: ye
[03:58] <pluto_> bokey: Nothing wrong. I'm using some older hardware and
thinking of tryin Xubunt to speed up my system.
[03:58] <feydin> or is it usuas that reiserfs checks every start the
[03:58] <feydin> *usual
[03:59] <damnbets> well, seems not to work
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[03:59] <Paddy_EIRE> gnomefreak: oh, is that done during grub by pressing
[03:59] <gnomefreak> Paddy_EIRE: what file system?
[03:59] <ZorK> joona: thank you for all your help :) Hope to see you
again soon!
[03:59] <Paddy_EIRE> ext3
[03:59] <pluto_> bokey: actually, I cannot get Ubuntu to detect my ISA
sound card. Any ideas?
[03:59] <gnomefreak> Paddy_EIRE: ther eis a boot option in grub for it
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[03:59] <damnbets> i edited hosts.deny as root, and i added the host
[03:59] <joona> zork: yeah, no problem and hope everything works out fine
for you!
[03:59] <bokey> pluto_, ok. xfce is a no nonnsense wm. it's fast.
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[03:59] <Paddy_EIRE> gnomefreak: thx man you're always of great help :)
[03:59] <mm> teledyn: What do you want to tell me?
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[04:00] <Paddy_EIRE> will be back later
[04:00] <teledyn> mm: i was just trying to ascertain what you meant by
that statement, because it didn't make sense
[04:00] <tazz> what version kernel do we use in ubuntu 6.06?
[04:00] <gnomefreak> Paddy_EIRE: if it runs through fine try rebooting
the normal boot option
[04:00] <gnomefreak> tazz: 2.6.15
[04:00] <teledyn> mm: what does smtp auth have to do with an imap server
like dovecot?
[04:00] <Alakazamz0r> 2.6 tazz
[04:00] <feydin> i always make a clean shutdown, but reiserfs checks
_every_ boot if there are transactions to be replayed.... :(
[04:00] <mm> I want to switch cyrus-sasl to dovecot-sasl
[04:00] <tazz> ah thanks guys :-)
[04:00] <Alakazamz0r> teledyn it makes it to where your server isnt an
open SMTP relay.
[04:00] <teledyn> mm: ah ok
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[04:01] <Alakazamz0r> oh
[04:01] <Alakazamz0r> heh
[04:01] <teledyn> Alakazamz0r: an imap server being an open SMTP relay?
[04:01] <Alakazamz0r> teledyn no.
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[04:01] <Alakazamz0r> dont be silly.
[04:01] <teledyn> i think you are confusing SMTP and SASL.
[04:01] <pluto_> bokey: I had a difficult time getting my xorg.conf file
set right for my hardware. If I make the switch to Xubuntu, can I simply
copy over the xorg.conf file?
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[04:01] <mm> teledyn: Do you know the german word "Wortverdreher"?
[04:01] <teledyn> SASL is just a generic auth mechanism that any app can
[04:02] <Alakazamz0r> you said what does smtp auth have to do with an
pop server
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[04:02] <Alakazamz0r> it DOES have something to do w/a pop server...
cause USUALLY when someone has a pop server installed they have an SMTP
server installed.
[04:02] <teledyn> mm: was bedeuted verdrehen?
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[04:02] <Alakazamz0r> correct?
[04:02] <teledyn> mm: ich kann es vorstellen
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[04:02] <bokey> pluto_, you don't need to mess with your xorg.conf with
xubuntu. it should work fine with xfce. what wm are you using atm ?
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[04:02] <mm> teledyn: Thats wrong, the application does have to need the
support for it. And Postfix -2.3 has only cyrus-sasl support
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[04:03] <pluto_> bokey: I'm a newbie. what is wm and atm?
[04:03] <teledyn> mm: is your imap server talking to a postfix server?
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[04:04] <gnomefreak> pluto_: wm=window manager atm = at the moment
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[04:04] <mm> teledyn: But all I wanted to know was if I can see somewhere
if its planned to get postfix 2.3 as backport into dapper
[04:04] <mm> teledyn: no but the sasl is talking to it
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[04:04] <bokey> pluto_, wm is window manager. Gnome, KDE, xfce which runs
on top of your Ubuntu kernel. similar to explorer.exe in windows if you
prefer. :)
[04:04] <teledyn> mm: what do you mean by that? i don't understand.
does your dovecot for some reason need to auth against postfix?
[04:04] <gnomefreak> mm: i dont think postfix will be backported to
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[04:05] <mm> teledyn: it is, like @ cyrus a seperate process
[04:05] <bokey> pluto_, have you correctly configured your xorg.conf to
diplay properly ?
[04:05] <mm> teledyn: again dovecot isnt only imap or smtp, there is als
a sasl-"daemon"
[04:06] <mrbond82> Stupid distro of the week--Mandriva 2007 Mini CD
ISO... does NOT include a dhcp client so that you are unable to even
access the internet off a base install.... go figure that one out !
[04:06] <pluto_> bokey: I'm using Gnome.
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[04:06] <teledyn> mm: why do you care which auth mechanism dovecot is
[04:06] <bokey> pluto_, so you want xfce now. do this "sudo apt-get
install xfce4".
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[04:06] <Alakazamz0r> mrbond82 i doubt that.
[04:06] <bokey> !xubuntu > pluto
[04:06] <Alakazamz0r> mrbond82 its probably a different dhcp client.
[04:06] <bokey> !xubuntu > pluto_
[04:07] <pluto_> bokey: I beleive so. I finally have the display set at
1024 X 768 with 85 hz refresh.
[04:07] <pluto_> bokey: Oh. I can install the wm like I did with KDE?
[04:07] <teledyn> mm: as long as it supports whatever protocols your
client(s) use
[04:07] <mm> teledyn: I dont care. Again, I dont talked about the IMAP at
any time! ;)
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[04:07] <mrbond82> Alakazamz0r: there wasn't any dhcp client in the
package list of the install. .... its okay, I switched to ubuntu :P
[04:08] <bokey> pluto_, yeah. xfce is a wm like KDE just apt-get it and
that will sort out xfce for you. :)
[04:08] <teledyn> mm: ok. sorry but i am confused reading you. i'm not
sure what your issue is.
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[04:08] <thoreauputic> !info xubuntu-desktop
[04:08] <teledyn> vielleicht auf deutsch wrde es etwas klrer sein
[04:08] <ubotu> xubuntu-desktop: Xubuntu desktop system. In component
main, is optional. Version 1.32 (dapper), package size 8 kB, installed
size 36 kB
[04:09] <teledyn> klarer
[04:09] <peter_12312> hey guys, sudo apt-get install apt-spy isnt helping
me to get it installed, any suggestions?
[04:09] <pluto_> bokey: thanks.
[04:09] <thoreauputic> !info apt-spy
[04:09] <ubotu> apt-spy: writes a sources.list file based on bandwidth
tests. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.1-14 (dapper),
package size 27 kB, installed size 176 kB
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[04:10] <thoreauputic> peter_12312, you need the universe repository
[04:10] <teledyn> peter_12312: is the universe line in your sources.list
[04:10] <mm> teledyn: I am too ;) My issue I said in the frist sentence:
I want to know it Postfix 2.3 and Dovecot 1.0 have a chance to be
backported for dapper. Someone dont have to understand the connection to
answer the question :)
[04:10] <bokey> pluto_, no probs.
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[04:10] <peter_12312> just got it off the net...thanks guys
[04:10] <[Big] Endian> Hi Folks, i`ve got a question =)
[04:11] <[Big] Endian> is there anybody who has 3d-acceleration on
dualhead with an ati graphics adapter?
[04:11] <teledyn> mm: i don't know if they are. but if they're critical
servers for your company you might want to just compile your own packages
from source anyway
[04:11] <bokey> !ask
[04:11] <ubotu> Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)
[04:11] <[Big] Endian> sry
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[04:11] <mm> teledyn: Okay I have two links perhaps if you want to know
what I want: http://wiki.dovecot.org/PostfixAndDovecotSASL and
http://www.postfix.org/SASL_README.html#server_dovecot :)
[04:11] <teledyn> mm: i would tend not to rely on backports for critical
[04:11] <bokey> [Big] Endian, you should be able to find info regarding
nvidia/ati in google. there are plenty of info of those 2 cards.
[04:12] <[Big] Endian> sry i found nothing
[04:12] <devilz> hi i tried sudo apt-get install xserver-xgl compiz
compiz-core compiz-plugins compiz-gnome gnome-compiz-manager cgwd cgwd-
[04:12] <devilz> but i get E: Couldn't find package gnome-compiz-manager
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[04:12] <[Big] Endian> even in diffrent forums nobody has given me an
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[04:12] <mm> teledyn: And I would tend not to compile it myself becaus I
want to have security updates via apt
[04:13] <gnomefreak> devilz: please ask in #ubuntu-xgl they might be more
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[04:13] <teledyn> mm: ah ok
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[04:13] <teledyn> mm: i see what this is.
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[04:13] <[Big] Endian> i`e got an ati x550, in singlemode the 3
dacceleration works fine, but in dualhead i loose it
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[04:14] <mm> teledyn: Great ;)
[04:14] <bokey> [Big] Endian, what's your objective ?
[04:14] <teledyn> mm: i don't know man. for a really serious setup you
might want to consider some kind of unified ldap auth for both your
postfix and dovecot
[04:14] <pluto_> If I understand, modifying the xorg.conf file in
/etc/X11 makes the changes for all users on the system (globally)?
[04:14] <bokey> [Big] Endian, dual head as in dual display. am i right
here ?
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[04:15] <thoreauputic> pluto_, yes
[04:15] <bokey> pluto_, yeah it does.
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[04:15] <[Big] Endian> my objective is, that i want to have a 3d-
accleration on dualhead
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[04:15] <[Big] Endian> bokey: yes, your`e right
[04:15] <mm> teledyn: I never used LDAP and its a private server.. no big
iron.. :)
[04:15] <frederick85> How do I install C and C++ man pages on Ubuntu
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[04:15] <peter_12312> ok, I want to get the latest stuff from mirrors in
china using apt-spy. Is the command like this ? apt-spy -d edgy -a cn
[04:15] <St_MPA3b> how can i change desctop freq? I have nvidia drivers
installed. @ 1600x1200 i have 106h*85v in Linux & 120h*100h in Win...
[04:15] <St_MPA3b> how can i change desctop freq? I have nvidia drivers
installed. @ 1600x1200 i have 106h*85v in Linux & 120h*100h in Win...
[04:16] <bokey> [Big] Endian, don't know about *3d* acceleration. but if
you want dual display, you need to get some tools and modify your
xorg.conf file.
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[04:16] <[Big] Endian> i got dualhead working, but without 3d accelration
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[04:16] <bokey> [Big] Endian, I am not the person to ask then, someone
else maybe ?
[04:16] <Zaggynl> St_MPA3b, sudo gedit /etc/X11/xorg.conf and add _100 to
the resolution you use
[04:16] <[Big] Endian> ok, but thanks!
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[04:16] <pluto_> bokey: If an individual user wanted to they then could
edit a .file in their home directory to make the changes apply to only
that user?
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[04:17] <micael71> hello anyone knows how i can get amule
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[04:17] <Zaggynl> St_MPA3b, like this: 'Modes      "1280x1024_60"
"1024x768" "800x600" "640x480"'
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[04:17] <St_MPA3b> ^^ i mean freq
[04:17] <frederick85> How Do I install the Man pages for c and c++
[04:17] <bokey> pluto_, if you want then just put xorg.conf in your
~pluto_ , that will get read before /etc/X11/xorg.conf.
[04:17] <St_MPA3b> i have 1600x1200 in that conf and i'm using it right
[04:17] <St_MPA3b> but frequensy is bad
[04:17] <St_MPA3b> Section "Monitor"
[04:17] <St_MPA3b>     Identifier "Generic Monitor"
[04:17] <St_MPA3b>     Option            "DPMS"
[04:17] <St_MPA3b>     HorizSync 60-160
[04:17] <St_MPA3b>     VertRefresh 60-180
[04:18] <Zaggynl> St_MPA3b, please do not paste a lot of lines in here
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[04:18] <pluto_> bokey: Ah. This linux stuff is cool!
[04:18] <Zaggynl> use pastebin.ca for that
[04:18] <St_MPA3b> i need horiz 100 and vert 120 (i have it @ windows)
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[04:18] <bokey> pluto_, yeah it rocks my world!
[04:19] <Zaggynl> St_MPA3b,
[04:19] <bokey> pluto_, with linux it's very important to read manual
pages, because there are stuffs that you need to understand before you
trash your system. start with "man man" at your terminal,
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[04:19] <kmaynard> google helps
[04:20] <St_MPA3b> Zaggynl ty...
[04:20] <bokey> kmaynard, yeah, unless you are in a remote island without
internet connection. :) then you are doomed. :)
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[04:21] <micael71> anyone knows amule
[04:21] <bokey> !p2p > micael71
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[04:22] <micael71> thanks bokey
[04:22] <bokey> micael71, no probs.
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[04:22] <kmaynard> remote islands suck
[04:23] <St_MPA3b>      Modes            "1280x1024_75"
[04:23] <St_MPA3b> ty... it works
[04:23] <Zaggynl> that's it :)
[04:23] <pluto_> bokey: Thanks for the tip.
[04:23] <cute_bettong> anyone know how to edit the pictures for the
screensaver in gnome in ubuntu?
[04:23] <cute_bettong> i cannot seem to find the pictures
[04:23] <cute_bettong> or the folder
[04:23] <bokey> pluto_, no probs.
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[04:24] <bokey> !gimp > cute_bettong
[04:24] <cute_bettong> no i know of gimp
[04:24] <bokey> cute_bettong, what you mean ?
[04:24] <cute_bettong> i wrote a howto for it
[04:24] <kmaynard> great linux tutorial:
[04:24] <cute_bettong> in the screensavers
[04:24] <wiking> is here comand for terminal for screen clearing???
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[04:24] <bokey> wiking, clear
[04:24] <david_> hidiho ...
[04:24] <bokey> wiking, also reset, tset
[04:24] <cute_bettong> there is a (windows equivilent of my pictures) and
i cannot find the folder on my hard drive
[04:24] <ccooke> wiking: 'reset' is best.
[04:25] <cute_bettong> it has the ubuntu picture screensavers and such
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[04:25] <wiking> Thanx!!!
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[04:25] <bokey> cute_bettong, is it hidden folder ?
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[04:25] <bokey> wiking, no probs
[04:25] <cute_bettong> i don't know
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[04:25] <ccooke> wiking: hell, 'echo -en "\E[2J\Ec"' will do the job, too
[04:26] <david_> is there any solution to fix the gstreamer samba bug?
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[04:27] <bokey> cute_bettong, go to that directory and do "ls -al". if
you don't know that dir, then do locate that_folder_name, if you don't
know that that it's only an image format (.jpeg,.gif etc..), then do find
/ -name *.jpeg -print0
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[04:27] <Kalisto> Is there an app i can load into my Gnome Panel that
where i can display multiple times around the world at the same time? or
where could i look for one?
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[04:27] <thor> cute_bettong: the pictures should go into ~/Pictures
[04:27] <cute_bettong> thank you
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[04:27] <Stormx2> Hey folks. I'm gonna have to buy a new graphics card
soon. I wanna buy a good one, because my current one only support late-
90s-era games. I also want it to have good support in ubuntu linux and
such. I also want it to be able to run XGL. Does anyone have any
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[04:28] <thoreauputic> Kalisto, gworldclock
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[04:28] <thoreauputic> !info gworldclock
[04:28] <ubotu> gworldclock: Displays time and date in specified time
zones. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.4.4-2ubuntu2
(dapper), package size 35 kB, installed size 156 kB
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[04:28] <bokey> Stormx2, I don't think the games scene has yet changed in
*any* of the Gnu/Linux kernel. :( If anyone knows better please tell me.
[04:28] <Kalisto> Stormx2, get Nvidia
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[04:29] <Stormx2> Kalisto: Okay.
[04:29] <Lynoure> Kalisto: which Nvidia one?
[04:29] <Kalisto> Stormx2, ATI drivers for linux are terrible.. late
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[04:29] <chriscroz> hello
[04:30] <bokey> Kalisto, it's not possible to run CS on Linux ? right ?
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[04:30] <Kalisto> Lynoure, which one.. cant help you with that.. i just
know that ATI are terrible
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[04:30] <Kalisto> bokey, yes you can play CS on linux
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[04:30] <bokey> Kalisto, can you just point the link, i'll read it
myself. thanks.
[04:30] <Kalisto> bokey, check out.. google transgaming
[04:30] <chriscroz> can somebody help with a question about xgl?
[04:30] <CokeNCode> so, when is firefox 2 gonna be automatically updated
on unbuntu ?
[04:30] <bokey> Kalisto, thats cool. thanks
[04:30] <mrbond82> Kalisto- how can you play CS in linux?
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[04:31] <totall_6_7> ccooke: maybe if i understand what you want. Maybe
this is what you want /usr/share/pixmaps/
[04:31] <LiN01> hello all: does ubuntu work with USB modem? i have a
speedtouch 330 USB modem
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[04:31] <Stormx2> Kalisto: What nvidia card should I get? What kind of
price range are they in? I don't want something brand spanking new which
will cost me loads. I have no idea how much graphic cards cost
[04:31] <Kalisto> mrbond82, using wine or cedega.. google them both ;D
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[04:31] <see> hello i get this constant error> hda: cdrom_pc_intr: The
drive appears confused (ireason = 0x01)     it is on a mac pro any ideas
how to fix this
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[04:31] <mrbond82> Kalisto: will wine do it? why would I pay for cedaga
if I can use wine?
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[04:31] <Stormx2> mrbond82: cedega is specifically tuned for games.
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[04:32] <Kalisto> Stormx2, i really cant help you with that.. i have not
looked into the gfx card market for a while.. might want to ask someone
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[04:32] <bokey> Kalisto, geez! not wine!, I meant natively. :(
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[04:32] <LiN01> hello all: does ubuntu work with USB modem? i have a
speedtouch 330 USB modem
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[04:32] <Kalisto> mrbond82, Cedega preconfigured to run games like CS...
while wine you have to do that all yourself
[04:32] <Lynoure> Stormx2: prices you cas see online, but I do not even
know if all of the cards have even a non-free Linux driver
[04:33] <njan> LiN01, that modem is supported under linux, but it's not
massively easy to get working, you may find yourself fiddling.
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[04:33] <njan> LiN01, http://www.xs4all.nl/~pschram/english.html
[04:33] <cute_bettong> thor i am haveing problems still locateing the
[04:33] <Kalisto> bokey, lol native.. well then you need to get games
that are built for linux.. such as Unreal Tourney.. there is a handfull..
but not many
[04:33] <cute_bettong> can you help me?
[04:33] <mrbond82> kalisto how much work is involved with wine?
[04:33] <LiN01> hmmm damz
[04:33] <totall_6_7> ccooke: maybe if i understand what you want. Maybe
this is what you want /usr/share/pixmaps/
[04:33] <Lynoure> cute_bettong: what folder?
[04:33] <sidny4> how do I get the screen with the ubuntu logo and what
modules are being loaded to show on my laptop
[04:33] <totall_6_7> cute_bettong: maybe if i understand what you want.
Maybe this is what you want /usr/share/pixmaps/
[04:33] <Kalisto> mrbond82, quite a lot of work with wine..
Cedega/Transgaming is a lot better
[04:33] <sidny4> like at boot-up
[04:33] <thor> cute_bettong: you need to create that folder and copy or
link your pictures into it. That folder is where the gnome screensaver
will look
[04:34] <LiN01> njan: somebody from a belgium linux group told me that
ubuntu can install it easly with a Wizard ...
[04:34] <bokey> Kalisto, yeah man.. they don't release the source at all.
how many of the closed source games have released their GPLed version ?
[04:34] <LiN01> njan: he told me i have to look into the internet options
[04:34] <njan> LiN01, possibly, I haven't done it.
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[04:34] <njan> LiN01, not in ubuntu, anyway..
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[04:34] <Kalisto> bokey, hardly any
[04:34] <dfgas> how do i make a deb?
[04:34] <njan> LiN01, last time I configured one of those there was
fiddling required.
[04:34] <LiN01> njan: pfff
[04:34] <thor> cute_bettong: that folder needs to be in your home
directory (~)
[04:34] <optimusprime> how do you upgrade to the new firefox release?
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[04:34] <LiN01> njan: what is fiddling ?
[04:35] <teledyn> dfgas: read the debian new maintainers guide
[04:35] <jrib> dfgas: help.ubuntu.com has a tutorial for packaging. If
you just need a basic one for your personal management needs, then
checkout checkinstall
[04:35] <njan> LiN01, fiddling is what the page I linked you to tells you
how to do.
[04:35] <bokey> Kalisto, we the Linux users are loosers in that aspect.
Wouldn't anyone buy CS if they released their binary equivalent atleast ?
I would!
[04:35] <sidny4> how do I get the screen with the ubuntu logo and what
modules are being loaded at boot-up to show on my laptop
[04:35] <jrib> ubotu: tell dfgas about checkinstall
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[04:36] <scheuri> hi all
[04:36] <Kalisto> bokey, yes but look at the demand.. Linux is not
anywhere near MS users
[04:36] <bokey> !checkinstall
[04:36] <Chimere> I have a problem, gdm won't start.
[04:36] <ubotu> checkinstall is a wrapper to "make install", useful for
installing programs you compiled. It will create a .deb package, which
will be listed in the APT database and can be uninstalled like other
packages. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CheckInstall - Please:
Read the warnings at the top and bottom of that web page. - DO NOT
interrupt CheckInstall while it's running!
[04:36] <LiN01> njan: okay thank you very much, last question when i will
try to install this driver my modem will not get broken right ?
[04:36] <bokey> Kalisto, yeah true.
[04:36] <LiN01> njan: i don't have to install software on the hardware of
my modem right?
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[04:36] <LiN01> njan: its only software ..
[04:36] <njan> LiN01, it's unlikely, but I couldn't tell you for sure.
Free Software doesn't come with guarantees. :)
[04:36] <LiN01> njan: okay i will see what i can do thanks for the help
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[04:37] <Chimere> Well i can login to gdm (dos terminal mod), but the
previous graphic way is unvailable, how to reinstall completely gdm?
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[04:37] <bokey> 'sudo dpkg-reconfigure gdm' > Chimere
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[04:38] <bokey> Fedora6 is released guys! head to head with Edgy now!
[04:38] <scheuri> bokey: what can fedora what ubuntu can't? ;)
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[04:38] <Chimere> I had this error bokey : X Error: BadDevice, invalid or
uninitialized input device 169
[04:38] <Chimere>   Major opcode: 147
[04:38] <Chimere>   Minor opcode: 3
[04:38] <Chimere>   Resource id: 0x0
[04:38] <Chimere> Failed to open device
[04:38] <Chimere> X Error: BadDevice, invalid or uninitialized input
device 169
[04:38] <Chimere>   Major opcode: 147
[04:38] <Chimere>   Minor opcode: 3
[04:38] <Chimere>   Resource id: 0x0
[04:39] <Chimere> Failed to open device
[04:39] <Chimere> * Reloading GNOME Display Manager configuration... *
Changes will take effect when all current X sessions have ended.
[04:39] <scheuri> arrr
[04:39] <Chimere>
[ ok
[04:39] <Chimere> sorry
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[04:39] <scheuri> !nopaste
[04:39] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about nopaste - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
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[04:39] <bokey> scheuri, I use Ubuntu bro. :) Just mentioned it.
[04:39] <ZorK> In terminal when i write 'pwd' i get the folder i am in,
how do i change what folder i am in, so i can backup there?
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[04:39] <bokey> Chimere, sorry bro, no idea.
[04:39] <scheuri> bokey: and I did not mean it as an attack...I was
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[04:39] <jrib> ZorK: cd /some/folder
[04:40] <wickedpuppy> !pastebin
[04:40] <ubotu> pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't
flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org
(you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)
[04:40] <jokoon> Hello, I have a problem : I installed ubuntu on hdb3,
while hdb1 and hdb2 were NTFS partitons. I recently deleted hdb2 to clean
it, and now GRUB tells me an error 17. I'm using the live CD right now,
and it logically seems that the partition where ubuntu were installed is
now hdb2 instead of hdb3, because there is an empty space instead of the
old hdb2. It is quite annoying since I can't even use windows now (not
such a pain but ... whatever)
[04:40] <puneit> can any one tell me how do I add extra settings for a
bluetooth modem in dapper
[04:40] <Chimere> Ok, i will reinstall ubuntu.
[04:40] <jrib> ubotu: tell ZorK about cli
[04:40] <Chimere> :)
[04:40] <scheuri> Chimere: wait
[04:40] <bokey> scheuri, don't know, possibly less, possibly more ?
[04:40] <bokey> scheuri, it's shipping with 2.6.18
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[04:41] <scheuri> Chimere: dont just reinstall it...try "sudo dpkg-
reconfigure xserver-xorg"
[04:41] <scheuri> bokey: what is edgy supposed to ship with?
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[04:41] <Chimere> I already did that, i tried almost everything, gdm just
won't start (i mean graphically)
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[04:42] <scheuri> Chimere: have you installed anything between GDM
working and non-working?
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[04:42] <jrib> Chimere: pastebin /etc/X11/xorg.conf and
/var/log/Xorg.0.log, maybe someone can see what is wrong
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[04:42] <thor> Chimere: are you booting into init5 or init3?
[04:42] <bokey> scheuri, edgy comes with 2.6.17 bro
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[04:42] <scheuri> bokey: thanks...hmmm...2.6.17...well...
[04:43] <scheuri> like Etch...with Etch MAYBE coming with 2.6.18
[04:43] <ragnar_123> is there anything that doesn't work properly on a
acer aspire 3633 wlmi ?
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[04:43] <Chimere> I think that problem began when i tried to install xgl
+ beryl...
[04:43] <scheuri> Chimere: ah....
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[04:43] <ragnar_123> i am thinking of buying oneif those,,
[04:43] <ragnar_123> one of*
[04:44] <scheuri> Chimere: do you have nvidia or ati?
[04:44] <bokey> scheuri, has anyone read the changelon between 2.6.17 and
2.6.18 ?
[04:44] <scheuri> bokey: I did not...
[04:44] <Chimere> nvidia.
[04:44] <ragnar_123> anyone here in channel sitting on a acer aspire
[04:44] <Kefir> ragnar_123, I have aspire 5021wlmi. :D
[04:45] <bokey> ragnar_123, not me bro.
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[04:45] <ZorK> how do i rename a folder via terminal? i need to rename
"Ekstern Harddisk" to "extern"
[04:45] <scheuri> Chimere: in your xorg.conf is there a nv or nvidia as
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[04:45] <Chimere> I have a beryl icon on my Gnome desktop, but there are
no effects, nothing, can i know why? :)
[04:46] <Chimere> nvidia.
[04:46] <ragnar_123> i read here,
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportMachinesLaptopsAcer, that wireless
isn't working, can it be fixed?
[04:46] <scheuri> Chimere: try and replace it with a nv....
[04:46] <bryanl> does edgy have apache 2.2?
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[04:46] <scheuri> !apache
[04:46] <ubotu> lamp is Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is
often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as
Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help
with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server
CD install menu.
[04:46] <Kefir> ZorK, type "mv folder_name new_folder_name"
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[04:46] <mathieu_> is there an undo move message button in evolution ?
[04:46] <scheuri> oppss
[04:47] <sleon> hi
[04:47] <sleon> were is wine under ubuntu ?
[04:47] <sleon> which packege?!
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[04:47] <scheuri> sleon: it should be wine...but maybe you need
repositories like universe or multiverse
[04:47] <sleon> scheuri: there is no wine package
[04:47] <Chimere> I'll try scheuri.
[04:47] <sleon> ok i look at repos i have
[04:48] <bokey> !iptables
[04:48] <ubotu> Ubuntu, like any other linux distribution, has firewall
capabilities built-in. The firewall is managed using the 'iptables'
command (see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo), or GUI
applications such as Firestarter (Gnome) or Guarddog (KDE).
[04:48] <scheuri> sleon: its actually universe...
[04:48] <Kefir> ragnar_123, is wifi in 3633 broadcom?
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[04:48] <jmspeex> Edgy's blank screen on lid close has a bad habit of
screwing up my X server. Any idea how to fix that?
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[04:49] <jokoon> Hello, I have a problem : I installed ubuntu on hdb3,
while hdb1 and hdb2 were NTFS partitons. I recently deleted hdb2 to clean
it, and now GRUB tells me an error 17. I'm using the live CD right now,
and it logically seems that the partition where ubuntu were installed is
now hdb2 instead of hdb3, because there is an empty space instead of the
old hdb2. It is quite annoying since I can't even use windows now (not
such a pain but ... whatever)
[04:49] <Kefir> ragnar_123, I checked it out. You can use wireless on
this laptop if you install ndswrapper.
[04:50] <scheuri> jokoon: have you tried to edit /boot/grub/menu.lst?
[04:50] <Kefir> ragnar_123, short answer - wifi will work on 3633 aspire
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[04:50] <sleon> scheuri 64bit wine ??
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[04:50] <scheuri> sleon: oh...that you did not mention...I am on good old
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[04:50] <jokoon> scheuri: no ! but it seems a great idea !
[04:51] <sleon> scheuri: scheuri ha!
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[04:51] <scheuri> jokoon: well, my idea is, that grub still looks on hdb3
instead of hdb2 (which now seems to be your ubuntu-HD)
[04:51] <sleon> anyone idea where to get 64bit wine for ubuntu??
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[04:51] <scheuri> sleon: does 32bit not work?
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[04:51] <ragnar_123> kefir: nice
[04:51] <jokoon> scheuri: hum sorry yes, I tried, but nothing really
significative, I try to edit it again
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[04:51] <elia> hello
[04:52] <sleon> scheuri: apt-get does not show wine!
[04:52] <sleon> scheuri: it shows only 64bit
[04:52] <sleon> scheuri: nix wine
[04:52] <scheuri> jokoon: oh...okay...that was my idea...that grub did
not realise that its different now...everything needs to be altered
[04:52] <elia> somebody tell me please what I can do , just why mi pc is
slowly using ubuntu, sorry my english
[04:52] <scheuri> sleon: hast du die richtigen repos in der source.list?
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[04:52] <ragnar_123> thanks a lot, Kefir.. well, i will go buy one.. now
[04:53] <Qaldune> hi
[04:53] <scheuri> sleon: sorry...do you have the right repos in your
[04:53] <Qaldune> what should i do to play dvds on ubuntu dapper??
[04:53] <kai_> #ubuntu-de
[04:53] <jokoon> scheuri: "altered" ... ?
[04:53] <scheuri> ragnar_123: take your live-CD with you....and boot with
[04:53] <Qaldune> is dvd support enabled by default??
[04:53] <Kefir> ragnar_123, np. :D
[04:53] <bokey> !dvd > Qaldune
[04:53] <scheuri> jokoon: yes...the menu.lst...it probably has all
entries pointing to hdb3 instead of hdb2
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[04:53] <Qaldune> ok
[04:53] <Qaldune> thx bokey
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[04:54] <bokey> Qaldune, no probs.
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[04:54] <samuel__> i need some help...
[04:54] <elia> I need help
[04:55] <samuel__> i whant to play avi movies... so i install xine...
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[04:55] <bokey> everyone needs help. why not make a #me-too-need-help
channel ? :)
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[04:55] <Kefir> samuel__, what seems to be the problem?
[04:55] <samuel__> but xine gives me segmentation fault all the time so i
install a few other players...
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[04:55] <samuel__> but its the same thing with them...
[04:55] <elia> boo    so funny
[04:55] <scheuri> !restricted
[04:55] <ubotu> For multimedia issues, this page has useful information:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also
http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html -
But please use free formats if you can:
[04:55] <samuel__> iam on hoary...
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[04:55] <lami> hi
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[04:56] <bokey> samuel__, did you compile your own or apt'ed it ?
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[04:56] <tec> hi how do i make applications run automatically at login...
[04:56] <samuel__> i apt-get it//
[04:56] <bokey> samuel__, what repos did you use ?
[04:56] <samuel__> i apt-get all of them..
[04:56] <Kefir> tec, System -> Preferences -> Sessions
[04:56] <Yokz-8> Hallo
[04:56] <lami> i have a quest. when I use apt I see "segmentation fault"
what I shut to do?
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[04:56] <lami> could somebody help me?
[04:56] <Kefir> tec, and add your program there
[04:57] <jbroome> !ask
[04:57] <ubotu> Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)
[04:57] <scheuri> lami: have you tried to type "sudo aptitude update"?
[04:57] <tec> using commands?
[04:57] <lami> I tried dpkg --configure -a
[04:57] <samuel__> bokey how do i check what one i used?
[04:57] <elia> my ubuntu is very slowly please help me
[04:57] <sebsebseb> weel seems no one is going to help me in Ubuntu+1 at
the moment
[04:57] <sebsebseb> so
[04:57] <tec> wait where do i find the equivalent of windows program
[04:57] <sebsebseb> I will try here
[04:57] <lami> and nothing synaptic it`s broken
[04:57] <bokey> !apt > samuel__
[04:57] <Kefir> tec, what do u mean?
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[04:58] <bokey> samuel__, ubuntu menu > system > administrator > synaptic
? got it ?
[04:58] <lami> my quest its what I shut to do with "Segmentation fault"
how I can find bad package
[04:58] <lami> me?
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[04:59] <samuel__> bokey yeah iam in synaptic
[04:59] <lami> synaptic it`s broken
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[04:59] <sebsebseb> When it opens up the GDM it gives me this message:
The greeter application appears to be crashing. Attempting to use
another one. Then now well I got the default theme again ;) ,but it
seems to not be disaplying quite right.   When I log out of KDE I get
this: The application The KDE Session Manager (ksmserver) crashed and
caused the signal 11, (SIGSEGV)
[04:59] <tec> how do i select the apps.... i mean where do i find the
launchers in what path
[04:59] <sebsebseb> any idea how to fix this?
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[04:59] <bokey> samuel__, ok then go to settings > repositories
[04:59] <samuel__> bokey done
[04:59] <lami> any idea for segmentation fault? maybe another command
than --configure ...
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[05:00] <bokey> samuel__, have you got any unofficial repositories listed
there ?
[05:00] <samuel__> bokey and now..?
[05:00] <variant> lami: that doesnt sound good
[05:00] <Qaldune> sebsebseb have u tried in #kubuntu?
[05:00] <variant> lami: what are you running?
[05:00] <Kefir> tec, you can do a "whereis gedit" or open up Alacarte
menu editor and find your up
[05:00] <sebsebseb> no I have not tryed in that channel
[05:00] <samuel__> bokey no i dont...
[05:00] <sebsebseb> ,but might as well
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[05:00] <Qaldune> maybe they can help you
[05:01] <sebsebseb> and I have both here Ubuntu and Kubuntu
[05:01] <nippur_toyocupao> i'm waiting for ubuntu 6.10! :D
[05:01] <lami> I upgraded system :)
[05:01] <Qaldune> i don't anybody here can tell u anything about that
[05:01] <bokey> samuel__, let me look it up. wait.
[05:01] <Qaldune> seems too obscure prob
[05:01] <samuel__> bokey ok
[05:01] <Qaldune> i don't think anybody sorry
[05:01] <variant> lami: fine, and what is causing the segfault?
[05:01] <nippur_toyocupao> i hope can download tomorrow
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[05:01] <Kefir> tec, or go to synaptic, find the program and see it's
properties -> instal files or smth
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[05:02] <jokoon> scheuri: thanks, I feared a little when it said that I
didn't have the rights, but I remembered sudo gedit. I ctrl h all entries
with root=/dev/hdb3 to root=/dev/hdb2
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[05:02] <jokoon> Thanks again !
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[05:02] <jokoon> byebye
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[05:02] <lami> variant: I show you sudo apt-get install cbrpages
[05:02] <lami> Password:
[05:02] <lami> Czytanie list pakietw... Gotowe
[05:02] <lami> Segmentation faultalenoci... 0%
[05:03] <lami> 3rd line means reading list....ready
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[05:03] <lami> it`s just example
[05:03] <langelot> hello everybody
[05:03] <lami> hallo
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[05:04] <selinuxium> Hi all, has anyone here connected a VPN to a Border
Manager server using ipsec?
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[05:04] <variant> lami: looks liek a program is program is broken
[05:04] <variant> somthing that apt-get calls
[05:04] <variant> lami: your polish?
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[05:04] <lami> exactly :)
[05:05] <langelot> who has compiled Xorg ?
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[05:05] <lami> it`s polish lanmguage
[05:05] <variant> lami: which country do you live in? (poland being the
least likely :))
[05:05] <lami> yes in poland :P
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[05:06] <variant> wow, how rare :P
[05:06] <langelot> i am french so my english will be bad
[05:06] <langelot> but who knows about compiling x server xorg ???
[05:06] <lami> yeach :P
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[05:07] <lami> langelot I dont good english :)
[05:07] <samuel__> bokey find anything?
[05:07] <wiking> how to "teach" konsole to support more ASCII symbols
(like DOS borders)
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[05:07] <bokey> samuel__, open your sources.list and comment all other
out, then insert these.
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[05:08] <lami> variant: well?
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[05:08] <botxj> in an attempt to sponsor good fruity diets, ubuntu now
comes with a healthy service of high fructose syrup! now with 2% juice!
ubuntu, good for you, and good for your kids!
[05:09] <bokey> samuel__, done ?
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[05:09] <lami> variant: so what5 should i do?
[05:09] <lami> or anybody else:)
[05:09] <lami> u`ve got some ideas?
[05:09] <bokey> lami, what's wrong bro ?
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[05:10] <samuel__> bokey cant you post them at some pastebin?
[05:10] <lami> i can`t use apt
[05:10] <sami> when is edgy eft release date?
[05:10] <samuel__> bokey or else i need to remove you name alot of
[05:10] <selinuxium> lami: why?
[05:10] <lami> cause there`s segmentation fault
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[05:10] <selinuxium> that was quick!
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[05:10] <selinuxium> :)
[05:10] <Sp4rKy> samuel__: tomorrow
[05:11] <Sp4rKy> oups
[05:11] <Sp4rKy> sami: tomorrow
[05:11] <sami> ok.. thanks
[05:11] <lami> selinexium:upgradeed -yes
[05:12] <selinuxium> upgrade to edgy? or Dapper
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[05:12] <lami> i`ve tried dpkg --configure-a
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[05:12] <bokey> lami, segmentation fault occurs when your application
accesses memory allocated to some other application in simplest word.
[05:12] <selinuxium> lami: type the first few letters of the nick and
hit tab to auto complete
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[05:13] <bokey> lami, sudo aptitude install apt-get
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[05:13] <sami> can i upgrade dapper to edgy.. is the any known problems
[05:13] <selinuxium> bokey, cool would not of thought of that.
[05:14] <lami> ok
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[05:14] <selinuxium> sami: edgy is in developmeent and may break at any
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[05:14] <devilz> does anyone know how to LOAD emerald themes?
[05:14] <sebsebseb> yeah and my GDM in Edgy has screwed up
[05:14] <bokey> selinuxium, there are gazillions of package
installer&manager. :)
[05:14] <lami> apt-get install ...
[05:14] <sebsebseb> an example of how things can brake
[05:14] <lami> Segmentation fault... 0%
[05:14] <sebsebseb> When it opens up the GDM it gives me this message:
The greeter application appears to be crashing. Attempting to use
another one. Then now well I got the default theme again ;) ,but it
seems to not be disaplying quite right.   When I log out of KDE I get
this: The application The KDE Session Manager (ksmserver) crashed and
caused the signal 11, (SIGSEGV)
[05:14] <sebsebseb> anyone can help?
[05:14] <bokey> selinuxium, edgy is scheduled to be released on this
28th. :)
[05:15] <Kefir> lami, have you tried reinstalling apt package??
[05:15] <lami> kefir, how?
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[05:15] <thee> bokey: i thought it was 26th.
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[05:15] <selinuxium> bokey: really! bloody hell hasn't time flown!
[05:15] <devilz> does anyone know how to LOAD emerald themes?
[05:15] <thee> thats what is mantioned at wikipedia.
[05:15] <Kefir> lami, download a deb for apt package manually and then do
a reinstall with dpkg
[05:16] <lami> ko i`ll try
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[05:16] <tomas_> dont anyone know any repo with vim7.0 i have heard that
edgy has 7.0 but i dont want to upgrade distro yet...
[05:16] <bokey> selinuxium, yeah. :) indeed.. and look at Ubuntu.
everyone/mostly loves it. :)
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[05:17] <Phlogiston___> Hmm i wanted to filter my spam mails with kmail
but then it crashed, now all my emails are doubled, is there a way to fix
that? Delete duplicates?
[05:17] <landexem> Why is there no X-Chat package for Edgy? I like
normal X-Chat better than X-Chat-GNOME
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[05:17] <selinuxium> bokey: now my production machine is a dev machine I
can afford to go play!
[05:18] <lami> kefir, do u speak polish maybe?
[05:18] <dabaR> landexem: you think we know the answer?
[05:18] <bokey> selinuxium, :)
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[05:18] <Kefir> lami, no, sorry. only russian/estonian and english
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[05:18] <lami> kefir, youre nicksounds polish :)
[05:18] <AsheD> do ~ or = characters require escapage in bash?
[05:18] <selinuxium> Any network type chaps about with some vpn
[05:18] <landexem> dabaR: Maybe not you, no. But perhaps someone.
[05:18] <Kefir> tomas_, get deb packages for vim7.0 at
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[05:19] <Kefir> lami, maybe, I don't know.
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[05:19] <bokey> thee, we are having party on 28th on edgy release :)
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[05:19] <dabaR> landexem: that is not a question someone here could
answer. You could compile the program if it really does not exist as a
[05:19] <rpedro> devilz: /j #ubuntu-xgl
[05:19] <lami> kefir, ok it`s milk product very healthy:)
[05:19] <Kefir> devilz, go to beryl community forums, download a theme,
open emerald and press install theme
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[05:20] <lerch> Can anyone help me with mounting remote servers through
sshfs on breezy?
[05:20] <dabaR> lami: kefir is used as a word even in english.
[05:20] <Kefir> lami, i know what Kefir is.
[05:20] <tomas_> Kefir:thx!btw doesnt it make mess when it is a deb
[05:20] <devilz> Kefir: i have like 10 themes here, but i cant see
install theme nowhere
[05:20] <bokey> devilz, use gnome-theme-manager bro. :)
[05:20] <dabaR> landexem: and there is a xchat in edgy
[05:20] <devilz> i have emerald theme manager
[05:20] <dabaR> !info xchat edgy
[05:20] <ubotu> xchat: IRC client for X similar to AmIRC. In component
universe, is optional. Version 2.6.6-0ubuntu3 (edgy), package size 275
kB, installed size 760 kB
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[05:21] <Kefir> tomas_, no it does not. apt is just a tool o automate the
depencies (basically!!)
[05:21] <lami> dabar, is kefir in english the same as in polish?
[05:21] <bokey> lerch, smfs, ssh or cifs ?
[05:21] <dabaR> landexem: you need to enable universe, do you know how?
[05:21] <jokoon> ubotu tell jokoon about xchat
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[05:21] <dabaR> lami: ya, and in croatia as well. It is a russian origin,
I believe, and because noone else had any word for it, they all use
[05:21] <Kefir> devilz, open up Emerald Theme manager
[05:21] <devilz> Kefir: can you help please?
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[05:21] <bokey> !xchat
[05:21] <ubotu> xchat: IRC client for X similar to AmIRC. In component
universe, is optional. Version 2.6.1-0ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 254
kB, installed size 720 kB
[05:21] <devilz> Kefir: i did
[05:22] <Kefir> devilz and there should be a button "Import..." there
[05:22] <bokey> jokoon, use !a_command
[05:22] <lerch> bokey: ssh - my problem is that I have to run a command
on the server to gain certain permissions upon connect.
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[05:22] <Kefir> devilz, do you see it?
[05:22] <bokey> !windows
[05:22] <devilz> Kefir: yes i import .emarld theme
[05:22] <ubotu> For help with Microsoft Windows, please visit ##windows
or your nearest mental health institute. Also see
http://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+bug/1 - !equivalents -
[05:22] <lami> dabar, thank u for this info i try reconfigure apt now
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[05:22] <Kefir> devilz, well, just click on import and select a these
[05:23] <devilz> yes
[05:23] <bokey> lerch, are you running sshd first ?
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[05:23] <devilz> Kefir: but i still have same theme (default)
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[05:23] <dabaR> landexem: so, then, are you still reading this?
[05:23] <arps> ola
[05:23] <Kefir> devilz, do you mean that themes do not apper in theme
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[05:23] <landexem> dabaR: I am, and I thought I had universe enabled
[05:24] <perez> ola
[05:24] <lerch> bokey: ehm, I'm not familiar with sshd. I can mount the
server just fine - problem is it mounts my users home dir. I need to
mount the root.
[05:24] <dabaR> landexem: go check
[05:24] <devilz> Kefir: they do i see bunch of screenshots of themes
here, but i cant use none
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[05:24] <arps> aki abla alguien el espaol
[05:24] <arps> ?
[05:24] <dabaR> !es
[05:24] <ubotu> Para Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o
#edubuntu-es, all obtendrn mas ayuda.
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[05:24] <landexem> dabaR: I'm in the middle of a apt-get install kubuntu-
[05:24] <bokey> lerch, you are mounting windows shares ?
[05:24] <Kefir> devilz, ok, what happens when you click on a theme in
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[05:24] <dabaR> landexem: OK, well, you know where to look anyhow.
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[05:25] <lerch> bokey: I'm mounting a linux server of some sort.
[05:25] <devilz> Kefir: nothing?
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[05:25] <devilz> Kefir: i tried double click, right click, and nothing
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[05:25] <landexem> dabaR: Oh, it appears universe got commented out of my
[05:25] <Kefir> devilz, are you sure that beryl is on? if yes, then your
emerald is messed up.
[05:25] <landexem> dabaR: Odd, well at least I've found the issue.
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[05:26] <Kefir> devilz, it should change the theme when you just click on
[05:26] <dabaR> landexem: which is all that matters in the end of the
day:) welcome
[05:26] <thee> can i beryl to work on a 1.6ghz, tnt2, 1 gb computer
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[05:26] <devilz> Kefir: beryl works yes
[05:26] <bokey> lerch, first of all if you are using ssh to access to
your linux server, your linux server must be running sshd (secure shell
daemon). That will listen on port 22 of that linux server. Then from your
machine, just do ssh -l your_username_in_the_linux_server
[05:27] <devilz> Kefir: when i click on a theme its just Reloading... in
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[05:27] <lami> kefir, so vim 7.0 will be ok?
[05:27] <Kefir> lami, what do you mean?
[05:27] <Kefir> lami, it is ok
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[05:27] <lami> :)
[05:28] <devilz> Kefir: what do you think its wrong?
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[05:28] <martin__> hi, anyone here who could help me with kaffeine and
it's codecs ?
[05:28] <Kefir> devilz, so if you click on ANY theme, the default theme
[05:28] <Kefir> devilz, i really don't know
[05:28] <lami> martin_ maybe w32codecs
[05:28] <bokey> lerch, it'll ask for accepting the fingerprint at which
point you say yes. if on the other hand you are mounting linux drive
through ssh, then ubuntu_menu > places > connect to server > ssh. :)
[05:28] <devilz> Kefir: default theme of ubuntu just stay like it was
[05:28] <P3L|C4N0> greetings
[05:29] <devilz> Kefir: when i click on beryl manager i get beryl: No
composite extension
[05:29] <devilz> compiz.real: No composite extension
[05:29] <lerch> bokey: ssh is running on the remote server. I can connect
to it just fine. I can even mount it through sshfs. My problem is this: I
need to run a certain command after connect to gain root permissions on
the remote server. I usually do this in the terminal and work through
that. I would just really like to be able to mount it with root
[05:29] <Kefir> devilz, do you have any of the beryl effects?
[05:29] <martin__> the problem is in libxine-extracodecs
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[05:29] <eXistenZ> come on! release edgy!
[05:29] <Kefir> devilz, like wobbly windows or cube?
[05:29] <lami> martin_ what problem]
[05:29] <lami> ?
[05:29] <devilz> Kefir: no
[05:29] <eXistenZ> free it from the development cage :o
[05:29] <martin__> suddenly my dvb-t has no sound but it already worked
[05:29] <bokey> lerch, could you clarify please ?
[05:30] <Kefir> devilz, in erminal type "ps aux | grep beryl"
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[05:30] <Kefir> devilz, does it say that beryl is running?
[05:30] <lami> I had the same but do u have voice in e.x. mp3 or another
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[05:30] <lfop> hi there, im running icewm right now, how to configure
monitor? I want 1024 and 85Hz :o
[05:31] <martin__> yea
[05:31] <samuel__> bokey look at private msg...
[05:31] <bokey> lerch, if you want to be able to run commands after you
get shell access to that remote linux server, then just put it inside the
shell profile file (e.g., - .bashrc of your remote server)
[05:31] <dabaR> lfop: has the resolution you want worked in another wm?
[05:31] <devilz> Kefir: devilz    6569 0.0 1.6 44516 8404 ?
Ssl 17:19    0:00 beryl-manager
[05:31] <devilz> only this
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[05:31] <bokey> samuel__, haven't got anything.
[05:31] <devilz> Kefir: $ beryl
[05:31] <hovinen> The Firefox package that comes with Ubuntu Edgy Eft has
mouse gestures enabled. How do I disable them?
[05:31] <devilz> XGL Absent, checking for NVIDIA
[05:31] <Kefir> devilz, ok. we have found the problem
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[05:32] <devilz> Kefir: i dont have nvidia i have ATI
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[05:32] <Kefir> devilz, you don't have beryl running
[05:32] <samuel__> bokey okey it dident make it work...
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[05:32] <devilz> Kefir: yes i see it too, but how i get it running
[05:32] <lerch> bokey: Ooh, that sounds right. Could you be more specific
on where to find that file? Is it a file in my user dir on the remote?
[05:32] <Kefir> devilz, beryl manager is only a configuration tool, so to
[05:32] <smile2me> Hello all! Does ubuntu have a text-mode hardware
detection? my intel lan card is not detected...???
[05:33] <Kefir> devilz, sorry, I don't have time to explain, cause I have
to go to town
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[05:33] <bokey> lerch, go to that_remote_linux_server and the "ls -al".
it's called .bashrc
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[05:33] <lami> martin did u try run in terminal? do u see any comments?
[05:33] <Kefir> devilz, see howto's on ubuntuforums.org
[05:33] <martin__> one moment
[05:33] <Kefir> devilz, i hope that u will solve your problem
[05:33] <hovinen> Does anyone here have experience with Ubuntu's firefox
packages wrt mouse gestures? I really need to disable them and can't
figure out how to do so.
[05:33] <bokey> samuel__, did you change all the lines to hoary ?
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[05:33] <devilz> Kefir: i searched everywhere
[05:34] <devilz> cant find nothing
[05:34] <samuel__> bokey i use breezy so i changed them to breezy instead
[05:34] <devilz> why do you think i am here
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[05:34] <landexem> So my Broadcom BCM4309 wireless card is not working in
Edgy Eft... are there other steps I need to take?
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[05:34] <samuel__> bokey use vnc?
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[05:34] <St_MPA3b> Yah!!! I know, how to make 3rd button scrolling in
firefox! U must make general.autoScroll=true
[05:34] <bokey> samuel__, ok.. thought you used hoary. :) and what about
updating the source cache ? (apt-get update) ?
[05:34] <dabaR> hovinen: is it an extension shown in the extensions menu?
[05:34] <richd> Quick question ... how do I tell if my SMP kernel,
installed from synaptic, is actually using both processors? My uname -a
shows SMP, but the gnome system monitor only shows 1 CPU ...
[05:34] <Kefir> devilz, i followed this howto and it worked like a charm
- http://forum.beryl-project.org/topic-4863-howto-xgl-and-beryl-how-for-
[05:34] <bokey> samuel__, no I don't.
[05:34] <hovinen> dabaR, Nothing shows up under Extensions.
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[05:35] <Kefir> devilz, but its for ATI
[05:35] <dabaR> smile2me:
[05:35] <dabaR> !wireless
[05:35] <ubotu> Wireless documentation can be found at
[05:35] <samuel__> bokey did that but it dident find 2 of the respos..
[05:35] <devilz> Kefir: i need for ati yes
[05:35] <richd> !SMP
[05:35] <Kefir> devilz, and now sry, i have to leave
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[05:35] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about SMP - try searching on
[05:35] <bokey> samuel__, that's ok. it won't find them because they
exist for dapper.
[05:35] <Kefir> devilz, then go there and try it. a tried a lot of howtos
before i found that one
[05:35] <Kefir> devilz, that one is very nice
[05:35] <jpjacobs> anybody know of an easy way of restoring iptables when
[05:36] <samuel__> bokey k... still it wont work... u think its because i
dont have nvidia driver installed?
[05:36] <hovinen> Perhaps I should just file a bug against the package.
The Firefox people *insist* that this behaviour is not present in the
official builds.
[05:36] <lerch> bokey: I connected to the server through a terminal,
wrote the command to gain root access, did a "cd /" and then "ls -al" ...
I can't seem to find the file though
[05:36] <bokey> samuel__, it really doesn't matter if you even have
crappy driver (i915)..
[05:36] <smile2me> <dabaR> : it's not wireless, i installed ubuntu in
another pc, cloned the HD and in the new PC the network card doesn't
appear to be detected...
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[05:37] <Kefir> devilz, hope you succeed! cya
[05:37] <lami> kefir it works well thx
[05:37] <bokey> lerch, go to ~lerch in your remote_dir
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[05:38] <dabaR> smile2me: oh. lspci|grep eth?
[05:38] <samuel__> bokey i think its a little weird that none of
(xine,gxine,vlc etc)are working... and they all give segmentation fult
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[05:38] <samuel__> bokey totem work but dont have avi decoder...
[05:38] <bokey> samuel__, you got decent internet connection ? then
remove the whole damn xine and reinstall with the original breezy
[05:38] <dabaR> smile2me: lspci|grep Eth
[05:39] <smile2me> dabaR : shows nothing
[05:39] <dabaR> smile2me: the eth or Eth?
[05:39] <samuel__> bokey got 0.5 mbit
[05:39] <richd> Anybody know how to get the Gnome panel system monitor to
show both of the cores in my Core Duo separately?
[05:39] <bokey> samuel__, that's decent enough. have you done that ?
[05:39] <smile2me> dabaR : Eth show the card
[05:39] <samuel__> bokey done whaT?
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[05:39] <lerch> bokey: my user-home dir contains some mail folders but no
.bashrc file
[05:39] <dabaR> smile2me: then try sudo ifconfig eth0 up;ifconfig and see
whether the interface is shown there
[05:40] <bokey> lerch, then create one. cat "ls -al" > .bashrc
[05:40] <smile2me> dabar: no such device
[05:40] <bokey> samuel__, you need all sorts of codecs bro. w32codecs ?
have you got it ?
[05:40] <dabaR> smile2me: sudo ifconfig eth1 up
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[05:41] <bokey> samuel__, the best option for you is to reinstall
everything from scracth.. don't worry won't take long.
[05:41] <martin__> re
[05:41] <dabaR> smile2me: do you use gnome?
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[05:41] <martin__> @ lami: did you get my last message ?
[05:41] <samuel__> the hole distrubution...
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[05:41] <bokey> samuel__, no. the whole xine
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[05:42] <smile2me> dabar: installed only in text mode, why eth1 and not
eth0? it seems to made eth1 up
[05:42] <lami> martin_ no
[05:42] <samuel__> bokey okey done...
[05:43] <samuel__> bokey will install it now agian
[05:43] <bokey> samuel__, you got fresh sources.list as well now ?
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[05:43] <dabaR> smile2me: I in fact do not know the internal workings, so
why eth1 over eth0 is a mistery to me as well. Not that I care, cause it
is the same thing, I am sure you will agree. Do you use a router?
[05:43] <bokey> samuel__, use this if you can
[05:43] <samuel__> bokey where shoul d i get it from?
[05:44] <smile2me> dabar: yes i do, you seem to have solve my problem!
[05:44] <martin__> @ lami: if i start kaffeine in a terminal i get a lot
of comments but i don't know what to do now
[05:44] <bokey> samuel__, do this "cd /etc/apt/"
[05:44] <dabaR> smile2me: you are welcome. Everything works now? Will you
know how to make it work like that when you reboot?
[05:44] <bokey> samuel__, you got there ?
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[05:45] <lerch> bokey: ok, the .bashrc was there afterall (I didn't list
hidden files >_<) - Where do I put the command I want to run imediately
after connect?
[05:45] <smile2me> dabar: I think so :) i'm new to linux and i'm trying
to install Ltsp in ubuntu 6.06 alternative
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[05:45] <samuel__> or sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list right?
[05:45] <bokey> samuel__, then edit your sources.list with "sudo gedit
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[05:45] <lami> martin__ could u use private chat and show me this
[05:45] <bokey> lerch, now when you log in, it'll execute the command
inside the .bashrc :) have fun.
[05:45] <lami> (comments)
[05:45] <samuel__> bokey should i uncomment something?
[05:46] <dabaR> smile2me: they know something about ltsp in #edubuntu,
but sometimes it takes a while for them to answer. You need to add the
interface to /etc/network/interfaces for it to be started at boot.
[05:46] <JBLoudG20> anyone know how to put a transparent terminal embeded
in the desktop in gnome?
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[05:46] <bokey> samuel__, i already gave you
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=92672 uncomment everything and
put the ones in http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=92672
[05:46] <lami> martin__use private
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[05:46] <lami> :)
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[05:46] <smile2me> dabar: Thanks!
[05:46] <smile2me> bye all
[05:46] <clearzen> !cronjob
[05:46] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about cronjob - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[05:46] <dabaR> bye
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[05:46] <bokey> smile2me, see you later bro.
[05:46] <clearzen> !cron
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[05:46] <ubotu> cron is a way to schedule execution of software/scripts.
See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CronHowto - There is also a
decent Howto at http://www.tech-geeks.org/contrib/mdrone/cron&crontab-
[05:46] <martin__> i got it ;) but i have to register myself
[05:47] <frank__> how can i determine what my refresh rate is at for an
ATI card?
[05:47] <lami> aha
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[05:47] <dabaR> frank__: aren't those in the monitors?
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[05:47] <dabaR> the refresh rates
[05:47] <gary> How do you delete/remove a symlink?
[05:47] <frank__> dabaR: i'm on a laptop
[05:47] <dabaR> gary: rm
[05:47] <gary> oh right
[05:47] <bokey> gary, same as regular files
[05:47] <gary> dabaR: I thought it may have been, but just wanted to
[05:47] <dabaR> frank__: still. what exact laptop?
[05:47] <lotheac> is this the appropriate place to ask a question about
[05:47] <lami> martin__ is it a big problem?:)
[05:48] <gary> So it won't delete the source files?
[05:48] <martin__> no :-P
[05:48] <bokey> gary, no.
[05:48] <dabaR> gary: always good to check, exactly because of that ^.
[05:48] <gary> cool, thank you!
[05:48] <lami> martin_soo...:P
[05:48] <bokey> gary, you probably meant destination file.
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[05:49] <gary> yep :D
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[05:49] <bokey> gary, :)
[05:49] <dabaR> no, I think source is right
[05:50] <bokey> dabaR, source is the symbolic link to dest. :o
[05:50] <dabaR> they are actyually called target and link-name
[05:50] <samuel__> bokey still the same...
[05:50] <bsnider> is it possible to have gaim retrieve and display away
[05:50] <dabaR> bokey: source is where the destination gets its file from
[05:50] <bokey> dabaR, or hard link.. depends on what you want.
[05:50] <JBLoudG20> bsnider, that do you mean?
[05:50] <bokey> dabaR, ok.
[05:50] <JBLoudG20> *what
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[05:50] <bokey> samuel__, so you have edited the sources.list and done
"sudo apt-get update" ?
[05:50] <bsnider> JBLoudG20: i'll ax in the gaim channel
[05:51] <samuel__> bokey yes
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[05:51] <samuel__> bokey and reinstalled gxine ...
[05:51] <bokey> samuel__, what search_term are you using for xine ?
[05:51] <madddin> @ lami : where are you ?
[05:51] <samuel__> bokey just xine...
[05:51] <bokey> samuel__, what about xine-ui ?
[05:51] <clearzen> Does anyone know about setting cron jobs?
[05:51] <frank__> how can i determine what refresh rate i'm currently
running at? i'm on a laptop
[05:52] <lami> madddin on private chat
[05:52] <samuel__> bokey its installed now...
[05:52] <dabaR> !anyone
[05:52] <ubotu> A large amount of the first questions asked in this
channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..." Why not ask your next
question (the real one) and find out?
[05:52] <samuel__> bokey still segmentation fault
[05:52] <lami> madddinj how are u?
[05:52] <bokey> samuel__, what happens when you run xine, priv msg me the
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[05:52] <madddin> so, what is the difference between private chat and
private query ?
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[05:53] <JBLoudG20> anybody know about an embedded terminal on the
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[05:53] <samuel__> bokey done..
[05:53] <devilz> anyone here can help me with beryl ?
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[05:54] <lami> madddin it`s really phlosophical quest
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[05:54] <karlp> are there any guidelines on using oem mode at all?
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[05:54] <lami> madddin can u show me comments from terminal
[05:54] <lfop2> gosh, does anyone know how to deactivate the numpad on a
[05:54] <karlp> I'm getting errors at the first boot after doing sudo
[05:54] <karlp> seems to be related to not being able to start X
[05:54] <lfop2> because most of my letters now is numbers.
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[05:55] <lotheac> I suppose I'll repeat.
[05:55] <e-d-d-i-e> hi all
[05:55] <lotheac> is this the appropriate place to ask a question about
[05:55] <samuel__> bokey do you get my msg?
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[05:55] <Tomcat_> lotheac: Not yet.
[05:55] <dabaR> lfop2: turn off the num lock
[05:55] <dabaR> !edgy
[05:55] <ubotu> edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[05:55] <Tomcat_> lotheac: #ubuntu+1 if I recall
[05:55] <karlp> do you need to be regged to talk here?
[05:55] <lotheac> Thanks.
[05:55] <bokey> samuel__, there's lots of dependencies with xine. open
synaptic and check the dependencies section of xine. report back
[05:55] <dabaR> karlp: no
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[05:56] <bokey> !schedule
[05:56] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
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[05:56] <lwizardl> is apt down?
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[05:57] <Alakazamz0r> lwizardl, no.
[05:57] <bokey> lwizardl, no if you meant the official public servers, it
definitely isn't.
[05:57] <Alakazamz0r> everyones just upgrading.
[05:57] <dabaR> lwizardl: that does not mean anything. apt is a program
on your comptuer that conencts to servers. depending on what servers you
have there, those could or not be down
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[05:57] <madddin> i send them
[05:57] <madddin> i got it !
[05:57] <madddin> thanks lami ^^
[05:57] <samuel__> bokey i cant copy and paste...
[05:57] <optimusprime> is there a way not to automatically mount my Win
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[05:57] <madddin> wait a moment
[05:57] <dabaR> optimusprime: off course. remove its entry from
[05:57] <bokey> samuel__, open synaptic first. then go to xine. done that
yet ?
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[05:58] <samuel__> bokey i have done that..
[05:58] <dabaR> lwizardl: what issue are you seeing?
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[05:58] <bokey> samuel__, what does xine's dependencies list ?
[05:58] <bulmer> can Ubuntu be run off of a flash drive (1gig)? is it a
major effort to have it boot off a flash drive ie make the flash drive
bootable and be like a live cd?
[05:58] <madddin> i now know the problem, but not how to solve it quite
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[05:59] <lwizardl> Temporary failure resolving 'gb.archive.ubuntu.com'
[05:59] <samuel__> bokey i cant copy the list :/
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[05:59] <e-d-d-i-e> I have a question
[05:59] <samuel__> bokey but its quite long...
[05:59] <e-d-d-i-e> How can I install ubuntu 6.06 on Asus P5B Deluxe
motherboard with JMicron controller?
[05:59] <bokey> samuel__, ok. libc6 there?
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[06:00] <clearzen> e-d-d-i-e: Have you tried the install cd?
[06:00] <samuel__> bokey yes
[06:00] <e-d-d-i-e> yes
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[06:00] <bokey> samuel__, go on. what's there.
[06:00] <e-d-d-i-e> but i can't
[06:00] <clearzen> e-d-d-i-e: what does it tell you when you attempt an
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[06:00] <samuel__> bokey libatk
[06:00] <dabaR> lwizardl: yet you can surf, right? run gksudo
/etc/apt/sources.list and remove the gb. from evey line that has
that(gb.archive...) then run sudo aptitude update, and it should have
been fixed. the commands are ran in a terminal, in apps>accessories.
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[06:01] <Gavrila> hello, what's the default set of modprobe configuration
files in Edgy? should I add a xxxx.modprobe in modprobe.d for each
module, add it to /etc/modprobe.d/options or edit /etc/modules?
[06:01] <yacoob> So. Release tonight? :>
[06:01] <bokey> samuel__, that's it ?
[06:01] <lami> madddin do u have xine?
[06:01] <samuel__> bokey no i check so i get every dependece
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[06:01] <madddin> i have it
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[06:01] <lami> kaffeine uses tgis
[06:01] <madddin> tgis ?
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[06:02] <samuel__> bokey its libcairo libfontconfig libglib libgtk
[06:02] <lami> uses this
[06:02] <lami> :P
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[06:02] <samuel__> bokey libpango libsm6 libsmjs libx11-6
[06:02] <exile> can anyone help i'm trying to get realtek rtl8187 linux
drivers working on amd64-k8
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[06:02] <e-d-d-i-e> he need a drivers because he isn't see a dvd-roob but
I don't have any drivers
[06:02] <lwizardl> whats the command to view your dns settings
[06:02] <samuel__> bokey still more..
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[06:02] <Alakazamz0r> i make you spank.
[06:02] <madddin> so what should i do with xine ?
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[06:02] <e-d-d-i-e> *room
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[06:03] <lami> i havent now xine but u should configure gui-->expert ---
>audio and ther change OSS from dev/dsp to dev/sound/dsp
[06:03] <soundray> lwizardl: cat /etc/resolv.conf
[06:03] <lami> a propos what`s your language ?
[06:04] <samuel__> bokey libxaw7 libxcursor1 libext6 libxfixes3 libxi6
libxine1c2 libxinerama1
[06:04] <lami> do u speak only english
[06:04] <lami> ?
[06:04] <keithhhh> hi everyone, what is the best way to watch media
embedded in webpages?? Is Mplayer the best for this??
[06:04] <dabaR> lwizardl: cat /etc/resolv.conf will show you your dns
[06:04] <madddin> german
[06:04] <Rookie_> !de
[06:04] <ubotu> Deutschsprachige Hilfe fuer Probleme mit Ubuntu, Kubuntu
und Edubuntu finden Sie in den Kanaelen #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de,
#xubuntu-de und #edubuntu-de
[06:04] <samuel__> bokey libxrandr2 libxrender1 libxt6 libxt6 libxtst6
[06:04] <samuel__> bokey need to take all?
[06:04] <madddin> okay
[06:05] <lami> have u been on german ubuntu forum :P?
[06:05] <samuel__> bokey just one more... zlib1g
[06:05] <madddin> not until now ^^
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[06:05] <Nutubuntu> I'm using totem-xine and yesterday it suddenly
stopped being able to play .wmv videos that it had been able to play just
fine before. The error message says that the codec for Windows Media
Video files 'is not handled'. It was handled before ... how do I
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[06:05] <lrep> hi
[06:06] <Alakazamz0r> !edgy
[06:06] <ubotu> edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[06:06] <dabaR> Nutubuntu: the exact same files?
[06:06] <Nutubuntu> dabaR: yes.
[06:06] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: I use VLC to run wmv files if that helps
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[06:06] <lrep> im trying to get phpldapadmin to work with apache, but im
running into problems...i tried following the basic install off the site
but no luck
[06:06] <lwizardl> even us.archive.ubuntu.com is failing
[06:06] <Nutubuntu> keithhhh: Hm ... don't know VLC; I'll look it up
[06:06] <bokey> samuel__, does glxdemo run ?
[06:06] <dabaR> lwizardl: like I said, just archive.ubuntu.com
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[06:06] <colin_m> !schedule
[06:06] <lrep> i get the 404 page can not be found
[06:06] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
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[06:06] <samuel__> bokey no... segmentfault
[06:06] <bokey> samuel__, I don't think it's the dependency problem bro.
[06:06] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: its great
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[06:07] <lami> maddin__I really recomend: http://www.ubuntu-forum.de/ and
use suche it will be faster than explain in english it`s a popular
[06:07] <samuel__> bokey what then?
[06:07] <tnnc> !xastir
[06:07] <leafw> is there any way to list all installed packages plus the
size they take in disk? I need to clear up lots of space ...
[06:07] <ubotu> xastir: X Amateur Station Tracking and Information
Reporting. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.7.1-0ubuntu2
(dapper), package size 841 kB, installed size 2788 kB
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[06:07] <madddin> @ lami: thanks for your help
[06:07] <bokey> samuel__, ok. someone else had the same problem, the
solution was basically to touch a file named /etc/ld.so.nohwcap did you
do that ?
[06:07] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: can you view wmv files in webpages?
[06:07] <lami> u welcome :)
[06:07] <soundray> lrep: what do you mean by "basic install off the
site"? Apache web site?
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[06:07] <bokey> samuel__, touch /etc/ld.so.nohwcap
[06:07] <La_PaRCa> What program should I use to play real media files?
[06:08] <Nutubuntu> keithhhh: haven't tried that -- I don't think I've
ever been able to do that?
[06:08] <lrep> soundray: on the phpldapadmin page, there's a
documentation which i tried to follow but no luck
[06:08] <samuel__> bokey yay it worked!
[06:08] <bokey> samuel__, :)
[06:08] <clearzen> Does anyone know how I would set up a cron job that
automaticly adds programs I've installed since the last backup. To the
backup file? And then create a text log of the additions?
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[06:08] <samuel__> bokey thx alot :D
[06:08] <dabaR> leafw: to list all installed packages you can run sudo
dpkg -l
[06:08] <soundray> lrep: you should install the ubuntu package instead
and look at the docs in /usr/share/doc/phpldapadmin/
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[06:08] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: Im about to try somethign called mozilla-
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[06:09] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: it might work
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[06:09] <bokey> samuel__, no probs bro. remember Google is your friend.
:) it's interesting because the answerer told the original poster to
strace glxdemo.
[06:09] <bokey> !strace
[06:09] <ubotu> strace: A system call tracer. In component main, is
important. Version 4.5.12-1ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 89 kB,
installed size 244 kB (Only available for alpha amd64 arm hppa i386 ia64
m68k mips mipsel powerpc ppc64 s390 s390x sh sparc)
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[06:09] <bokey> samuel__, because strace traces the system calls, it was
easy to figure out what was going wrong. :)
[06:10] <samuel__> bokey i searched google at first... but dident find
mutch with segmentation fault...
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[06:10] <Nutubuntu> keithhhh: I'll give vlc a try. I don't understand
why totem-xine would suddenly fail to play files it had always played
before, though. I don't like when things go inexplicably sour.
[06:10] <bokey> samuel__, glad it worked. remember Google is your friend
in these type of matter. :)
[06:10] <alexeidodon> hi..i am new here ..i wont to know..how to install
full man pages in Ubuntu 6.06 ...The man pages that i have already
installed did'n contain a lot of C/C++ functions..10x
[06:10] <samuel__> bokey i allways use google... thx again and later
[06:10] <bokey> samuel__,
[06:10] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: ya it is frustrating
[06:11] <dabaR> !manpages-dev
[06:11] <ubotu> manpages-dev: Manual pages about using GNU/Linux for
development. In component main, is optional. Version 2.17-1 (dapper),
package size 1090 kB, installed size 2724 kB
[06:11] <soundray> alexeidodon: install manpages-dev
[06:11] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: but at least ubuntu can install and remove
programs easily ;)
[06:11] <bokey> samuel__, tata bro.
[06:11] <Nutubuntu> keithhhh: true that
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[06:11] <alexeidodon> 10x soundray
[06:11] <bokey> !ptrace
[06:11] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about ptrace - try searching
on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[06:11] <soundray> alexeidodon: say thanks to dabaR, he was faster ;)
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[06:11] <samuel__> bokey :D
[06:12] <dabaR> soundray: you are too modest...
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[06:12] <lerch> bokey: The .bash.rc didn't seem to work - I've sent an
email to the system administrator trying to get him to grant me the
proper rights without having to write a command. Thanks for your help.
[06:12] <e-d-d-i-e> #privmsg
[06:12] <soundray> dabaR: proper attribution is what we're here for,
isn't it ;)
[06:12] <lwizardl> nope didn't work
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[06:12] <lrep> soundray: i get this error in my browser The requested URL
/cgi-bin/php4/phpldapadmin/index.php was not found on this server.
[06:13] <bokey> lerch, no probs, remember those commands that require
super user priviledges won't run! ~:)
[06:13] <soundray> lrep: have you installed the ubuntu package
[06:13] <dabaR> lwizardl: can you post your sources.list file to
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[06:13] <lrep> soundray: yes
[06:13] <lrep> soundray: i've only used the ubuntu packages up to this
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[06:13] <soundray> lrep: have you looked at the docs in
[06:14] <lerch> bokey: Right, that might be the case - I'll have to wait
for the sysadm to answer.
[06:14] <Quixotic> Hi just installed a lamp server its my first time
working with this stuff. Can someone link me to somewhere or exaplin how
to configure the apache or some sort of tool that I could use to manage
my server.
[06:14] <bokey> lerch, a good idea is to run the commands in your machine
first , just to see it yourself (ofcourse without su priviledge).
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[06:14] <soundray> !lamp > Quixotic
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[06:15] <bokey> lerch, if he does give you access, remember to thank
him/her on sysadmin day. :)
[06:15] <bokey> !wamp
[06:15] <Quixotic> ty soundray
[06:15] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about wamp - try searching
on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[06:15] <tonyyarusso> Quixotic: Server apps generally have pretty
complete man pages; also you can get a quick start from the Ubuntu Server
Guide on a desktop install (in yelp) or online
[06:15] <bokey> !info wamp
[06:15] <ubotu> Package wamp does not exist in any distro I know
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[06:15] <lrep> soundray: yes
[06:15] <dabaR> Quixotic: the config files are shown on that page. In the
Ubuntu system, the config files for any system wide program are in /etc,
so the apache config files are in /etc/apache.
[06:15] <soundray> lrep: are you sure that the path you are using is the
one where it is supposed to appear?
[06:15] <lerch> bokey: yeah, well - he really ought to give me those
rights - the command I need to run is just a command that switches user
to webadmin (which is me)...
[06:16] <Metaj> do someone know how to get Creative Webcam Live work on
ubuntu 64bit
[06:16] <bokey> lerch, :)
[06:16] <lrep> soundray: how do you check ? i think its right
[06:16] <Quixotic> so everything ill be working with or installing ill be
looking for it in /etc ?
[06:16] <jhasse> Why can't i type special characters? Where can i
activate utf-8 or something like that?
[06:16] <lwizardl> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28265/
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[06:17] <soundray> lrep: I'd look in the docs. I'm just giving generic
advice here, I don't have the package myself.
[06:17] <dabaR> Quixotic: mostly, it depends on what the everything that
you will be doing will be. The config files will all the be there. Read
that page, and if you have specific questions, ask them then.
[06:17] <soundray> Metaj: does it load a module when you plug it in?
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[06:17] <Metaj> yes it dose
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[06:18] <Quixotic> the only thigns I was told to get running(of course
never done it b4 so its hard for me) was linux apache mysql php pearl and
phpbb so thats my goal dabaR.
[06:18] <soundray> Metaj: what's the name of the module?
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[06:18] <dabaR> lwizardl: this is what mine looks like. I strongly
suggest you make yours look like that as well, since this is not
readable, and you have repositories enabled that you should not have.
[06:18] <Nutubuntu> keithhhh: Well ... *that* was fun! I installed vlc
and ran it. It began to load the test video and then restarted X for me.
[06:19] <Nutubuntu> Even totem-xine didn't do *that*
[06:19] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: oh man that sucks
[06:19] <Nutubuntu> LOL
[06:19] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: sorry dude
[06:19] <bokey> Quixotic, it's perl not pearl. :)
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[06:19] <Nutubuntu> Ain't computers fun!?
[06:19] <dabaR> no
[06:19] <bokey> Nutubuntu, damn it is. :)
[06:19] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: ya
[06:19] <Quixotic> thx =) bad habit to type it that way.
[06:20] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: Im still reading about he plug in
[06:20] <oxyride_> cold~
[06:20] <bokey> oxyride_, cold here too. 12 degrees.
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[06:20] <bokey> oxyride_, probably go to bed now. :)
[06:20] <oxyride_> I mean that joke is rather COLD
[06:20] <keithhhh> nut
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[06:20] <keithhhh> haha
[06:21] <Alakazamz0r> yo soy 7334
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[06:21] <Alakazamz0r> lol
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[06:21] <dabaR> bokey: wait till you find out about the small pocks...
[06:21] <dabaR> pox?
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[06:21] <bokey> dabaR, yeah smallpox dude.
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[06:22] <tec> where do i find alacarte menu editor?
[06:22] <bokey> dabaR, btw, smallpox doesn't exist ? no ?
[06:22] <bokey> dabaR, or is it extinct ?
[06:22] <dabaR> lwizardl: tell me whether that actually fixed it, cause
it is likely not gonna fix it just yet.
[06:22] <Amaranth> tec: right click on the 'Applications Places System'
area on your panel and choose edit menus
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[06:22] <dabaR> bokey: you tell me after using that blanket.
[06:23] <bokey> dabaR, that blanket's got a hole.
[06:23] <Amaranth> dabaR: offtopic :P
[06:23] <karlp> hmm, oem mode completely fails if you do a server setup
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[06:23] <Quixotic> hi i just ran apt-get install ubuntu-desktop on the
lamp server installation. It appears to have finished but how do I enable
the ubunutu-desktop and when its enabled how can i turn it off to go back
to the command line.
[06:23] <karlp> server setup doesn't install x,
[06:23] <karlp> oem-config-prepare bombs unless there's an x.
[06:24] <karlp> guess I don't get to use oem mode.
[06:24] <tonyyarusso> Quixotic: sudo /etc/init.d/gdm {start,stop}
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[06:24] <soundray> Quixotic: 'sudo /etc/init.d/gdm start' starts the
graphical desktop. Ctrl-Alt-F1 switches to console mode, Alt-F7 switches
to graphical again.
[06:24] <dabaR> Quixotic: try sudo invoke-rc.d gdm start to start it. to
stop it it is the same, just stop instead of start. TO get to a console
while gdm/X is running, alt+ctrl+f(1-6) alt+f7 gets you back to the X.
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[06:24] <tec> thnx... and in sessions what does order 50 mean?
[06:25] <lwizardl> ok even after removing all src- & the 2 extra repos I
still can't connect for apt
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[06:25] <dabaR> lwizardl: post the exact error, and try pinging
[06:26] <dabaR> lwizardl: pastebin
[06:26] <pixelPOET> question...when i'm in fluxbox my mp3 player is no
longer automatically mounted in /media...is there a way to fix this?
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[06:26] <Quixotic> um i looked at what u guys typed and sort of took a
chacne at just typing in sudo gdm
[06:26] <dabaR> pixelPOET: as in make it automatically mount?
[06:26] <lwizardl> unknown host
[06:26] <pixelPOET> dabaR, yes.
[06:26] <Quixotic> it appears to have worked but typing it the way you
guys said does that enable more stuff? going just sudo gdm does that mean
im missing stuff?
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[06:27] <Hattori> where can i find an example of /etc/network/interfaces
for wlan0 ?
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[06:27] <Nutubuntu> hi keithhhh -- looks as if vlc will play at least
some of the .wmv files -- but only audio; no video
[06:27] <pixelPOET> Hattori,
[06:27] <pixelPOET> auto wlan0
[06:27] <pixelPOET> iface wlan0 inet dhc
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[06:27] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: let me try
[06:27] <dabaR> Hattori: well, it would look the same as an eth0 except
the name. the dhcp vs. static is the difference.
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[06:28] <bokey> i meet some people here sometimes who work in some sort
of helpdesk for ubuntu linux, hahahaheeheh.. :) it's stupid, they are
getting paid for that. the customers should directly come here, we won't
charge anything. hehahaha :)
[06:28] <soundray> Quixotic: probably not. You're just not running it as
a system service.
[06:28] <dabaR> pixelPOET: I do not think so, but you can mount it. I
could be wrong though.
[06:28] <Hattori> pixelPOET, dabaR: essid, wep etc?
[06:29] <pixelPOET> dabaR, in dmesg in notes that it pics up sda1...but
any mount command for sda1 fails...
[06:29] <Quixotic> soundray so im running it as a system service u said.
If i typed it the other way how is it running then? and is there a better
way to do it of the 2? is one proper and theo ther wrong?
[06:29] <soundray> bokey: with paid support, you get guaranteed response
times, though. And a more consistent quality, I reckon.
[06:29] <dabaR> http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/linux-networking/43978-
ubuntu-wireless-boot-connect.html Hattori
[06:29] <dabaR> pixelPOET: in what way does it fail?
[06:29] <bokey> soundray, yeah. mostly corporate people do that.
[06:29] <lwizardl> ok something is wrong
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[06:30] <soundray> Quixotic: no, if you type sudo gdm, you're *not*
running it as a system service. And it will run as a system service
anyway after your next reboot (if the installation has worked).
[06:30] <pixelPOET> dabaR, its not listed in fstab or mtab...i put it in
fstab...but it still failed with the same error.
[06:30] <lwizardl> ubuntu pc fails ping windows pc can ping
[06:30] <pixelPOET> brb
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[06:30] <dabaR> lwizardl: how about ping ?
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[06:31] <lwizardl> works
[06:31] <khaleel_> SQ2: WELCOME :D
[06:31] <lwizardl> so it has to be dns related
[06:31] <Alicantimur> can someone please help me with installing java to
[06:31] <Alicantimur> ubuntu?
[06:31] <dabaR> pixelPOET: that means you did not give proper syntax for
mount, it seems to me. what was the command you used?
[06:31] <Quixotic> man this channel is great and im really starting to
like the powero f linux lol. I think if i get this server running I may
switch to ubuntu for my desktop at home. im loving all these commands its
insane my heads going to explode
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[06:31] <dabaR> !java
[06:31] <ubotu> To install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime
install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository
[06:31] <RichiH> any idea on how to make the congestion control in tcp
more agressive, i.e. hog me a bit of bandwidth? and yes, all the others
are doing batch, while i just do interactive ssh
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[06:31] <soundray> !java > Alicantimur
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[06:31] <bokey> Has sun GPLed/equivalent Java yet ?
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[06:32] <SQ2> ;) ty
[06:32] <dabaR> Quixotic: heh
[06:32] <teferra> How do you install firefox 2 on dapper?
[06:32] <dabaR> lwizardl: can you browse web sites on that computer by
dns names?
[06:32] <soundray> bokey: no, but they've opened it enough for ubuntu to
include it in universe.
[06:32] <Metaj> soundray I dont Know the name of the mobule but it shuold
work with spca5xx
[06:32] <dabaR> lwizardl: or even just try ping google.com
[06:32] <[-NoX-] > !seen celeste
[06:32] <ubotu> I last saw Celeste (n=Celeste@ 1d 13h 1m 28s
ago, quiting: "Leaving"
[06:33] <soundray> Metaj: is it plugged directly into the computer, or do
you use a hub?
[06:33] <lwizardl> unknown host on google.com
[06:33] <bokey> soundray, that means access to java libraries (the C
libraries) ?
[06:33] <dabaR> lwizardl: does browsing work on this computer?
[06:33] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: I just realized I cant view wmvs too
[06:33] <Metaj> no usb hub
[06:33] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: hmmph
[06:33] <Nutubuntu> keithhhh: vlc says that "no suitable decoder module
for fourcc `WMV3'."
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[06:33] <lwizardl> dabaR: don't know its headless
[06:33] <cyberix> Release ETA?
[06:34] <soundray> bokey: don't know
[06:34] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: I got the pluggin for video in firefox
working ;)
[06:34] <bokey> soundray, ok.
[06:34] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: but still now wmv
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[06:34] <Alicantimur> limewire help
[06:34] <Nutubuntu> I like the interface though ... it doesn't do what I
want but it looks cooler than the one that did until it broke -- that's a
win in computer terms, lool
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[06:34] <bokey> !limewire > Alicantimur
[06:35] <Alicantimur> yes?
[06:35] <Metaj> soundray it is plugged direcrly to the computer
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[06:35] <Alicantimur> i'm trying to install limewire but it says "Unable
to locate the application's 'main' class. The class
'com.zerog.ia.installer.Main' must be public and have a 'public static
void main(String[] )' method. (LAX)
[06:35] <Alicantimur> "
[06:35] <teferra> Any one who managed to install firefox 2 on dapper
[06:35] <soundray> Metaj: have you got any software for testing it, like
xawtv or gqcam?
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[06:36] <dabaR> lwizardl: we should have checked that first, cause that
would have made this shorter. Well, what then, how are yuo going to fix
the DNS issue? add a host entry to /etc/resolv.conf? You can add a line
like nameserver
[06:36] <Metaj> soundray: Yes AMSN and Wengo
[06:36] <soundray> Metaj: no, I said *testing* ;)
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[06:37] <Metaj> Those works fine with a other camera Philips
[06:37] <KenSentMe> teferra: if you udpate to edgy when it comes out, you
get ff2
[06:37] <SQ2> 19:35:50
[06:37] <SQ2> teferra : I install firefox 2
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[06:37] <SQ2> on Dapper and Edgy
[06:37] <teferra> SQ2 how on dapper
[06:37] <Alicantimur> can someone help me install limewire on ubuntu? i
get an error i don't get
[06:37] <Nutubuntu> keithhhh: looks like vlc doesn't have a codec that
will play this format ... google "no suitable decoder module for fourcc
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[06:37] <pixelPOET> dabaR, sudo mount /dev/sda1 /media/mp3
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[06:38] <dabaR> pixelPOET: that sounds reasonable actually.
[06:38] <keithhhh> Nutubuntu: actually I dont know how to install codecs
in ubuntu yet
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[06:38] <Metaj> soundray : I have listed out that it will work with
drivers named spca5xx
[06:38] <soundray> Alicantimur: I'm not a gnutella user myself, but I've
heard that most ubuntu users like frostwire better than limewire
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[06:38] <soundray> !frostwire
[06:38] <ubotu> frostwire is a totally open source version of Limewire.
For installation help, please see
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[06:39] <yrlnry_> !limewire
[06:39] <ubotu> limewire is a popular P2P client running on the Gnutella
network. To get it running, install !java first, then download Limewire
from http://www.limewire.com/LimeWireSoftOther and finally run
runLime.sh. Consider !FrostWire as an alternative.
[06:39] <SQ2> 19:35:50
[06:39] <SQ2> teferra : download the archive
[06:39] <teferra> abd
[06:39] <teferra> and
[06:39] <soundray> Metaj: install xawtv or gqcam to test it.
[06:39] <Shiro-kun> help! im installing edgy 64 over debootstrap and
after some time debootstrap reports: Failure trying to run: chroot
/target mount -t proc proc /proc
[06:39] <Alicantimur> ok thank you
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[06:39] <Shiro-kun> what do i do?
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[06:39] <SQ2> 19:35:50
[06:39] <SQ2> teferra untar in a folder ..let say Firefox2
[06:39] <pixelPOET> dabaR, it's always worked before...how would fluxbox
have any control over the "under-the-hood" workings of the distro? i was
under the impression that it was merely a WM...
[06:39] <Metaj> OK
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[06:39] <Metaj> soundray OK
[06:39] <SQ2> 19:35:50
[06:39] <SQ2> teferra put this folder
[06:39] <teferra> SQ2 did that
[06:39] <dabaR> pixelPOET: ya, what about gnome-volume-manager, try
running that
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[06:40] <SQ2> 19:35:50
[06:40] <SQ2> teferra put this foldet on your home dir
[06:40] <teferra> did that
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[06:40] <SQ2> make a link from "firefox" file to Desktop
[06:40] <Nutubuntu> I'll come back to my original problem: I have had
totem-xine for months and months and it has worked fine until yesterday,
when it suddenly stopped being able to play .wmv files. The error it
gives is "Video codec 'Windows Media Video 9' is not handled." (or WMV8
or WMV7, etc.) **It was handled OK until now.** How do I begin to
troubleshoot this?
[06:40] <Quixotic> in the command line when i run a command like dir
inside a large folder and the stuff scrolls off the screen at the top. Is
there a way I can scroll back up in command line to read the whole thing
[06:40] <SQ2> U did it
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[06:41] <soundray> Metaj: do you have a device /dev/video0?
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[06:41] <dabaR> Quixotic: shift+pgup. the command that will page the
output for you is less. so ls|less,. try that
[06:41] <teferra> SQ2 you can not install it for the whole system??
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[06:41] <SQ2> yes
[06:41] <SQ2> as root
[06:41] <Alicantimur> which IM client is considered to be best for MSN in
[06:41] <dabaR> !best
[06:41] <ubotu> Usually, there is no single "best" application to perform
a given task. It's up to you to choose among a number of different
applications, depending on your preferences, the features you require,
and other factors.
[06:42] <pixelPOET> dabaR, thank you! that did the trick nicely! that
explains the fluxbox question...lol. Would you happen to know if there is
a non gnome-specific equivalent that i could run instead?
[06:42] <dabaR> !msn
[06:42] <ubotu> Instant Messenger Clients: Gaim (GNOME,
http://help.ubuntu.com/community/GaimHowto), Kopete (KDE), both
supporting MSN, Jabber, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, ICQ and IRC.
[06:42] <teferra> SQ2 ok thanx
[06:42] <budluva> Alicantimur: gaim?
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[06:42] <SQ2> 19:35:50
[06:42] <SQ2> teferra U have to put folder firefox
[06:42] <Quixotic> alicantimur I am totally new at linux but gaim has
always done everything fine for me.
[06:42] <budluva> !broadcom
[06:42] <ubotu> Wireless documentation can be found at
[06:42] <Metaj> soundray: no I dont
[06:42] <dabaR> pixelPOET: no idea really, that was a long shot...
[06:42] <budluva> !bcm4318
[06:42] <SQ2> on /usr/lib/firefox
[06:42] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about bcm4318 - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[06:42] <nilats> Is it possible to install ubuntu with package selection,
like you would install slackware?
[06:42] <Alicantimur> but gaim does not support personal messages?
[06:42] <pixelPOET> dabaR, well...you're a good guesser. i'll run over to
#fluxbox and ask them
[06:42] <dabaR> !bcm43xx
[06:42] <ubotu> Wireless documentation can be found at
[06:43] <SQ2> 19:35:50
[06:43] <SQ2> teferra and then make a link to your desktop
[06:43] <dabaR> pixelPOET: thanks
[06:43] <dabaR> Alicantimur: there is amsn as well, look into that one
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[06:43] <teferra> SQ2 now I get it , thanks
[06:43] <SQ2> with the command line: firefox-bin %U
[06:43] <foodcoman> Greetings
[06:43] <cyberix> How do I know when Edgy is released?
[06:43] <SQ2> ;) np
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[06:44] <dabaR> cyberix: subscribe to the announce mailing list
[06:44] <SQ2> cyberix
[06:44] <SQ2> synaptic will tell you about - "Distribution Upgrade"
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[06:44] <foodcoman> cyberix: Or you will likely see it in on homepage
also. Maybe Channel Topc?
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[06:45] <dabaR> !schedule
[06:45] <davvs> what's the country code for sweden? se or sv?
[06:45] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
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[06:45] <SQ2> ok .. tomorrow then !
[06:45] <dabaR> maybe cyberix was asking when it will be released...
[06:45] <SQ2> 26 Oct.
[06:45] <dabaR> just lost in translation
[06:45] <soundray> davvs: se. I think sv is Slovenia
[06:45] <dabaR> !se
[06:45] <ubotu> Svensk Ubuntu- och Kubuntusupport hittar du pa #ubuntu-se
resp. #kubuntu-se
[06:45] <law_> hi i have a question , i installed mysql and phpmyadmin
and changed the root password in phpmyadmin (cause there wasnt one)
[06:45] <law_> now i cant connect anymore
[06:46] <Rookie_> se is swedish
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[06:46] <law_> not with phpmyadmin , also not in the shell
[06:46] <law_> how can i reset this stuff ? i already tried to purge
mysql-server , stil lthe same problem
[06:46] <cyberix> dabaR: No. I'm wondering, if I should sleep or upgrade
first. :-)
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[06:46] <snoops> sleep..don't fall into the upgrade before sleep trap
[06:46] <Rookie_> law_ - want to reset your mysql srv ? dpkg-reconfigure
[06:46] <SQ2> ;) allways sleep before
[06:46] <Metaj> soundray; I downloaded Xaw TV but my screen become black
and I was forced to rrestart my computer
[06:47] <Metaj> You asked me if I have /dev/video/
[06:47] <dabaR> cyberix: I have used ubuntu since 4.10, so that means
about 4 upgrades. I was excited about each one of them like you, and
nothing heart-stoppingly exciting came from none of them.
[06:47] <alessia> does anyone else have trouble with the trackpad getting
"stuck" after sleep?
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[06:47] <dabaR> snoops: heh
[06:47] <Nutubuntu> Totem-xine has stopped being able to play .wmv files
that it could play before. (I have had totem-xine for months and months
and it has worked fine until yesterday, when it suddenly stopped being
able to play .wmv files. The error it gives is "Video codec 'Windows
Media Video 9' is not handled." (or WMV8 or WMV7, etc.) **It was handled
OK until now.**) How do I begin to troubleshoot this?
[06:47] <Metaj> I looked and there vad no such
[06:47] <soundray> Metaj: no, I asked you whether you had /dev/video0
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[06:47] <law_> could someone help me pls ?
[06:47] <Rookie_> !extracodecs
[06:47] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about extracodecs - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[06:48] <dabaR> Nutubuntu: how big is the file you are trying to play?
[06:48] <pixelPOET> cyberix, sleep. trust me. you'll upgrade..and
something won't work..you'll have to fix it..and you'll find new toys
along the way...and you'll never get around to sleeping.
[06:48] <Rookie_> !libxine-extracodecs
[06:48] <ubotu> libxine-extracodecs: the xine video/media player library,
binary files. In component multiverse, is optional. Version
1.1.1+ubuntu1-2 (dapper), package size 1148 kB, installed size 2976 kB
[06:48] <Metaj> And there is no /dev/video0
[06:48] <trappist> Nutubuntu: I can play some wmv9 files and not others.
are you sure it's the same videos that played before and don't play now?
[06:48] <SQ2> 19:45:49
[06:48] <SQ2> law_ what reason for PHP and MySQL ?
[06:48] <SQ2> web server ?
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[06:48] <soundray> Metaj: run 'sudo modprobe videodev' and check again
for that device
[06:48] <law_> yes
[06:48] <Nutubuntu> dabaR - small files at least as test -- 2 or 3 MB.
trappist - I'm entirely sure. files I've had for months and played
[06:48] <SQ2> ok
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[06:49] <SQ2> uninstall all
[06:49] <dabaR> Nutubuntu: send me one to see whether they can be played.
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[06:49] <SQ2> apache php mysql
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[06:49] <tomas_> i have typed this: whereis gromacs and output is
/usr/local/share but there is nothing in that directory like gromacs:(
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[06:49] <SQ2> ..for start
[06:49] <britt_> im trying to play a trick on my buddy
[06:49] <law_> i already purged mysql-server and phpmyadmin and
reinstalled it but still the sae
[06:49] <trappist> Nutubuntu: does /usr/lib/win32/wmv9dmod.dll exist?
[06:49] <cyberix> lol
[06:49] <cyberix> I gues I sleep then
[06:49] <britt_> he has a WEP encrypted network
[06:49] <Nutubuntu> dabaR - hang on a minute
[06:49] <britt_> how do i find out his key without asking him?
[06:49] <SQ2> nono uninstall again
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[06:49] <britt_> i heard use netstumbler?
[06:49] <Metaj> I got this ::: metaj@PackardLinux:~$ sudo modprobe
[06:49] <Metaj> metaj@PackardLinux:~$
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[06:50] <law_> apt-get remove mysql-sever ?
[06:50] <dabaR> britt_: are you serious? that is your question, how to
crack a wep encrypted network?
[06:50] <soundray> Metaj: now check again for that device
[06:50] <Metaj> nothing else
[06:50] <MDCore> hey all. I'm trying to setup apache to be able to browse
to directories symlinked into my /var/www ... but I don't think I'm
getting the settings right.
[06:50] <Nutubuntu> trappist: yes, wmv9dmod.dll is there
[06:50] <pixelPOET> hre comes the fire...way to go britt.
[06:50] <SQ2> and use lampp
[06:50] <trappist> Nutubuntu: does mplayer play the files?
[06:50] <SQ2> as webserver
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[06:50] <law_> where can i get lampp ?
[06:50] <SQ2> XAMPP is the new name
[06:50] <britt_> like its never been done before im sure
[06:50] <MDCore> !xampp
[06:50] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about xampp - try searching
on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[06:51] <Metaj> soundray : when doning it nothing comes up
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[06:51] <britt_> im sure its never been spoken about either
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[06:51] <soundray> Metaj: now check again for that device
[06:51] <Nutubuntu> trappist - checking
[06:51] <SQ2> http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp.html
[06:51] <devilz> Error: unable to open display :0
[06:51] <devilz> thats what i get when i write fglrxinfo
[06:51] <devilz> can someone tell me why on earth do i get that
[06:51] <devilz> i just moved 0=1 in gdm*
[06:51] <trappist> devilz: are you running it with sudo?
[06:51] <SQ2> it's made to work perfect
[06:52] <devilz> trappist: no
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[06:52] <trappist> devilz: try DISPLAY=:1 fglrxinfo
[06:52] <SQ2> no more hundred settings
[06:52] <MDCore> so.. can anyone help me with the apache configuration ?
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[06:52] <SQ2> MDCore
[06:52] <Nutubuntu> trappist - yes, mplayer plays the .wmv files I've
been using as tests
[06:52] <Nutubuntu> :)
[06:52] <SQ2> nemes.sorin@gmail.com
[06:52] <MDCore> SQ2: I'm trying to setup apache to be able to browse to
directories symlinked into my /var/www ... but I don't think I'm getting
the settings right.
[06:53] <Quixotic> mdcore I don't know what I'm doing but this url may be
of help https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP
[06:53] <Nutubuntu> Maybe what I need is a nice gui frontend for mplayer
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[06:53] <devilz> trappist: i get same message Error: unable to open
display :0
[06:53] <SQ2> write me here - I will tould you about each step
[06:53] <soundray> Nutubuntu: try gmplayer
[06:53] <trappist> Nutubuntu: heh. that's all the help I can be, then -
I'm an mplayer guy. I was hoping maybe they had the same problem, and if
I debugged mplayer it would fix totem/xine
[06:53] <MDCore> SQ2: thanks, I'll check it out!
[06:53] <britt_> all i gotta do to open pandora's box is to ask about
wireless hacking
[06:53] <Quixotic> sq2 can u explain the steps to me also its my first
tiem with this I just finished doign a lamp install not sure next step to
see if its working
[06:53] <trappist> devilz: I guess check the fglrxinfo man page or --help
and see how to specify a display number
[06:53] <Nutubuntu> soundray: will try it, maybe I can junk totem
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[06:54] <Nutubuntu> trappist: you've solved my immediate problem, at any
[06:54] <trappist> Nutubuntu: I do. mplayer 4 life, and stuff.
[06:54] <dabaR> britt_: I don't see a lot of answers to your question...
[06:54] <devilz> trappist: it was working just fine, if i dont use '1' in
gdm confs
[06:54] <Metaj> soundray: how will I check the Device, what do yuo meen
[06:54] <britt_> i dont see 'the fire' either
[06:54] <SQ2> can be from rights
[06:54] <frederick85> What is the program I use to browse my Windows
[06:54] <Alakazamz0r> !edgy
[06:54] <ubotu> edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[06:54] <soundray> Metaj: ls -l /dev/video0
[06:54] <qwer> Hello I need help my pc doesn't start:grub error 17
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[06:54] <trappist> devilz: yeah it sounds like you're running X on
display :1, and fglrxinfo doesn't know how to deal with that
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[06:54] <St_MPA3b> I cant normally use kde application, i get error with
'kfmclient' when trying to klik on link... how can i fix it?
[06:54] <St_MPA3b> I cant normally use kde application, i get error with
'kfmclient' when trying to klik on link... how can i fix it?
[06:54] <Metaj> ok
[06:55] <dabaR> britt_: unfortunately, wep cracking is illegal, and
considered bad etiquette, and bad manners, so people do not like to mess
with it.
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[06:55] <trappist> devilz: surely it has an option to specify the display
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[06:55] <britt_> oh
[06:55] <britt_> i was raised by a pack of wolves, so I apologize if i
was in 'bad manners'
[06:55] <devilz> trappist: linux sux totaly
[06:55] <Nutubuntu> britt_: we be of one blood, ye and i
[06:55] <trappist> devilz: mk
[06:55] <frederick85> What is the name of a program I can use to browse
my windows client
[06:55] <trappist> devilz: troll elsewhere please
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[06:55] <frederick85> My windows File Server
[06:56] <SQ2> trappist: linux sux totaly - MS sux globaly
[06:56] <britt_> devilz: who the hell cares what you think abotu linux
[06:56] <dabaR> britt_: no need to apologize, it is just that we are not
born with knowledge about wireless networks. pixelPOET thought you were
gonna get flamed because of the question, and ya, it never happened.
[06:56] <nilats> !schefule
[06:56] <nilats> !schedule
[06:56] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about schefule - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[06:56] <nilats> =(
[06:56] <Metaj> soundray: I get this :metaj@PackardLinux:~$ ls -l
[06:56] <Metaj> ls: /dev/video0: Filen eller katalogen finns inte
[06:56] <pixelPOET> oh drop the dick measuring contest...to each his own.
devilz...enjoy the bsod.
[06:56] <nilats> !schedule
[06:57] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
[06:57] <Metaj> There is no file or mapp with name
[06:57] <dabaR> pixelPOET: don't use concepts like that here, please.
[06:57] <Nutubuntu> soundray: is gmplayer the name I'd look for the
package by? can't find it in Synaptic ...
[06:57] <soundray> Metaj: what do you get from 'ls -l /dev/video'?
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[06:57] <soundray> Nutubuntu: it comes with the normal mplayer, so you
should have it already
[06:57] <Metaj> There is no file or mapp with name
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[06:58] <thee> frederick85: can't you browse it from Places->Network
[06:58] <SQ2> devilz ? - U are MS official ?
[06:58] <pixelPOET> dabaR, haha iight.
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[06:58] <frederick85> thee: doh!
[06:58] <trappist> Nutubuntu: you get gmplayer for free except by
installing mplayer-nogui
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[06:59] <Metaj> soundray: I have no file or map with that name
[06:59] <Quixotic> omg i cant belive i never used linux sooner. U can
find just about anythign with this apt-get thign im amazed
[06:59] <trappist> Metaj: that device file should be created when you
load the correct drivers for your tuner card
[06:59] <Nutubuntu> soundray: ah ... I see ... (*Nutubuntu looks into
crystal ball* ... gmplayer is unhappy: "mplayer: could not connect to
socket" and so on ...)     :|
[06:59] <root> Having problems getting mod_mono to work wirh apache2
[07:00] <mzar720> hi Guys.. How can i take a screenshot for Menus in
Ubuntu 6
[07:00] <pixelPOET> Quixotic, gottah love Debian :]
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[07:00] <root> :q
[07:00] <Quixotic> apt-get this apt-get that im hooked
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[07:00] <frederick85> apt-get is very efficient too, much better than Yum
on fedora core
[07:00] <soundray> Metaj: what do you get from 'ls -l /dev/video'?
(Leaving out the 0 this time)
[07:00] <Quixotic> whats debian pixelpoet?
[07:00] <pixelPOET> mzar720, gnome-screenshot i believe
[07:00] <trappist> mzar720: I do screenshots like this: sleep 5; import -
window root myscreenshot.png
[07:00] <dabaR> Quixotic: ask google
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[07:00] <mzar720> ok i will try
[07:00] <Quixotic> ok dabaR
[07:00] <pixelPOET> Quixotic, Ubuntu is based off of debian...apt-get
comes from Debian...not every linux distro uses it
[07:01] <Quixotic> ah ok. ubuntu is my first attempt into linux so I
don't really know the history
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[07:01] <Rookie_> !sudousers
[07:01] <soundray> Quixotic: good choice. Took me seven years to arrive
at that same choice ;)
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[07:01] <Metaj> soundray : belive me there is nothing coming from that
[07:01] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about sudousers - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[07:01] <Metaj> soundray
[07:02] <steve__> anybody know about mod_mono here?
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[07:02] <pixelPOET> mzar720, you will probably have to use "gnome-
screenshot --delay=5" to give yourself 5 seconds to get to the menu you
[07:02] <trappist> steve__: I used it a LONG time ago
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[07:02] <soundray> Metaj: can you run 'lsmod' and put the output on
pastebin pls
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[07:02] <dcstimm> does Mark Shuttleworth actually Program for ubuntu?
[07:02] <steve__> i'm having problems configuring it with apache2
[07:02] <Quixotic> ok so i just realized that if i go to
http://localhost/ it gives me a confirmation page that my apache is
working. Is there a similiar confirmation method for php and mysql ?
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[07:03] <steve__> the ubuntu documentation isn't v comprehensive
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[07:03] <SQ2> yes : //localhost/phpinfo.php
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[07:03] <dabaR> steve__: come up with a good question, and you may get a
better answer
[07:03] <trappist> steve__: no, but the apache2 documentation is
[07:03] <concept10> anyone heard of Auto kernel?
[07:03] <mzar720> trappist...can you pleas explain in in more details
because i am a new user to ubuntu.
[07:03] <steve__> hehe, true
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[07:04] <trappist> mzar720: sleep 5 means wait 5 seconds. the second
command makes a screenshot, myscreenshot.png. you do this in a console.
[07:04] <SQ2> should tell U about MySQL state and PHP state
[07:04] <steve__> unfortunately it seems that debian based systems run
mod_mono in a different way than other nixz
[07:04] <pixelPOET> mzar720, just use "gnome-screenshot --delay=5"
[07:04] <steve__> ok, a good question....
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[07:05] <alexeidodon> hi..i was asking half an hour ago about instaling
man pages...i tried: "sudo apt-get install manpages-lib"...it's not
working : (E:Couldn't find package manpages-lib).
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[07:05] <dabaR> manpages-dev
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[07:06] <mzar720> thanks pixelPOET i try it and it work like a charm
[07:06] <Nutubuntu> trappist or soundray or anyone who knows mplayer and
gmplayer: gmplayer doesn't want to run but mplayer works. could use some
help solving the gmplayer problem so I can be a happy mplayer dude too
[07:06] <pixelPOET> mzar720, np =]
[07:06] <SQ2> Quixotic - if U dont have phpinfo.php file in your HTDOCS
or WWW dir -> make an empty file named phpinfo.php and put this inside
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
[07:06] <alexeidodon> :)10x dabaR
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[07:07] <trappist> Nutubuntu: I don't use gmplayer :)    it gives me
problems all the time. I just learn the keyboard shortcuts from `man
mplayer` and I'm happy with mplayer-nogui
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[07:07] <Nutubuntu> :) trappist somehow I knew you were going to say that
[07:07] <Nutubuntu> I'll see if I can get happy that way too :)
[07:07] <Metaj> soundray do you have it
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[07:08] <soundray> Nutubuntu: I use mplayer like trappist does. Have you
tried Alt-F2, then entering gmplayer?
[07:08] <SQ2> Quixotic : now point your browser to
[07:08] <trappist> Nutubuntu: I wish gmplayer were more reliable - there
are some pretty nice skins for it and stuff. but it gives me too many
[07:08] <Nutubuntu> soundray, no, I tried to run gmplayer from a console
[07:08] <soundray> Metaj: no, you need to give me the link.
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[07:08] <steve__> how do i configure apache2 to serve asp.NET2.0 pages
using mod_mono and mono-server2....that good enough?
[07:08] <dabaR> Nutubuntu: that was a suggestion for what to try
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[07:08] <Metaj> n=soundray@dsl-217-155-44-246.zen.co.uk
[07:09] <dabaR> steve__: what haev you tried
[07:09] <Nutubuntu> trappist or soundray - Is there a way to set up
nautilus s.t. it starts mplayer when I double-click a movie file?
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[07:09] <Metaj> is that what you meen
[07:09] <SurfnKid> hows everyone this morning
[07:09] <soundray> Metaj: that is not a working address. I asked you to
put it in pastebin. Watch:
[07:09] <soundray> !pastebin
[07:09] <SurfnKid> evening
[07:09] <ubotu> pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't
flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org
(you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)
[07:09] <SurfnKid> or afternoon
[07:09] <gneral> hello
[07:09] <SurfnKid> whicihever timezone yer in :P
[07:09] <gneral> how to remove completely apt-get ?
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[07:09] <Metaj> !pastebin
[07:09] <Nutubuntu> dabaR -- sorry -- what was a suggestion ... I can't
find it in scrollback ...?
[07:10] <trappist> Nutubuntu: probably, but I also don't use nautilus :)
you want to set up your file associations, however that's done in gnome
[07:10] <Metaj> !pastebin
[07:10] <ubotu> pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't
flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org
(you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)
[07:10] <pixelPOET> Nutubuntu, right click on a movie file and go to
"open with"
[07:10] <Siph0n> does anyone here have a D-link DWL-G630 wireless card?
:) im hearing mixed help, saying that i NEED ndiswrapper, and also some
others saying that ndiswrapper wont help and that i NEED madwifi?
[07:10] <soundray> Nutubuntu: the alt-F2 trick
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[07:10] <steve__> well, i've tried added a site to the sites-available
dir and then enabled it with a2ensite
[07:10] <Nutubuntu> pixelPOET: thanks!
[07:10] <Nutubuntu> soundray: thanks!
[07:10] <pixelPOET> Nutubuntu, **properties>open with ... my apologies.
[07:10] <steve__> so me thinks the configuration is wrong
[07:10] <Nutubuntu> trappist: somehow I expected that! :) you're CLI all
the way?
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[07:10] <trappist> Siph0n: if madwifi has any chance at all of working,
use it - ndiswrapper is a hack and a pain, and really good only for those
with no other option
[07:10] <Nutubuntu> pixelPOET: thanks again
[07:10] <steve__> who me?
[07:11] <pixelPOET> Nutubuntu, np
[07:11] <steve__> oh
[07:11] <trappist> Nutubuntu: no, I set up my file associations in kde -
but I do mostly use mplayer from the console. gf is not interested in
that though, so I try to keep the gui up to speed too.
[07:11] <Siph0n> trappist: ok.... and does Dapper LTS come with madwifi
already installed?
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[07:12] <trappist> Siph0n: I don't know what the default packages are -
may need to install it separately. may even need to enable
universe/multiverse repos.
[07:12] <soundray> Siph0n: yes, it's in there by default
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[07:12] <trappist> what soundray said
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[07:12] <Nutubuntu> j/k
[07:12] <Nutubuntu> (I hope)
[07:12] <law_> mysqladmin: connect to server at 'localhost' failed
[07:12] <law_> error: 'Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket
'/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2)'
[07:12] <law_> Check that mysqld is running and that the socket:
'/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' exists!
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[07:12] <Metaj> I give Up
[07:13] <law_> wtf ? what means that ? i can ping localhost
[07:13] <Siph0n> k! :) thanx, ill try the forums again for more posts to
get my card to work with madwifi :)
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[07:13] <soundray> Metaj: why?
[07:13] <dabaR> law_: sudo invoke-rc.d mysql start
[07:13] <pixelPOET> gneral, any particular reason you wannah do that?
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[07:13] <trappist> Nutubuntu: a peripheral device that comes with no
drivers and no manual, and mostly exists to cost money
[07:13] <erUSUL> !madwifi
[07:13] <ubotu> Wireless documentation can be found at
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[07:13] <gneral> pixelPOET: it was crashed, i cant upgrade/install/remove
any package
[07:13] <Nutubuntu> lol - trappist - you've made my day :) thanks again
[07:13] <Metaj> cant finde how to do a pastebin
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[07:14] <Metaj> is it so difficult
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[07:14] <soundray> Metaj: did you go to the site that ubotu told you
[07:14] <Homer> can I change usplash theme
[07:14] <dabaR> steve http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-
[07:14] <Metaj> I know one thing my cam is ilisted in
[07:14] <dabaR> !usplash
[07:14] <ubotu> usplash is the start-up splash (before GNOME/KDE appears)
in Ubuntu. To customize it, see
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[07:15] <frederick85> someone needs to fix multitasking on cd roms it's
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[07:15] <pixelPOET> gneral, did you try "sudo apt-get -f" ?
[07:15] <frederick85> and noisy
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[07:15] <pixelPOET> or is it totally fubar'ed?
[07:15] <Metaj> Soundray mt problem is hoe to install those drivers
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[07:15] <vexati0n> thinking about switching to ubuntu from fc5... how
does package availability compare when it comes to network administration
type things?
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[07:15] <gneral> pixelPOET: yep
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[07:16] <frederick85> vexati0n: i'v just been on fc 5 ubuntu is lighter
and better.
[07:16] <soundray> Metaj: look, you're getting impatient before you've
properly followed my advice. There is *usually* no need to install those
[07:16] <tfheen> vexati0n: you can search around on packages.ubuntu.com.
Generally, you shouldn't be missing anything.
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[07:16] <soundray> Metaj: now, do you know how to cut and paste in
[07:16] <dholbach> tfheen: did you too hear of final edgy .isos that
leaked somewhere on the net already?
[07:16] <frederick85> vexati0n: the package system is twice is good as
[07:16] <dabaR> gneral: the site you can use is paste.ubuntu-nl.org
[07:16] <tfheen> dholbach: really? How cool.
[07:16] <tfheen> dholbach: got any urls?
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[07:16] <Metaj> of course
[07:16] <|CADE|> can anyone help me with my issue here:
http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=284316 ?
[07:16] <frederick85> vexati0n if you didn't know it's the same as
debians package system
[07:16] <dabaR> gneral: does sudo dpkg --configure -a do anything?
[07:17] <pixelPOET> gneral, whoa! thats beyond my capabilities to assist
with...anyone else wannah help gneral?
[07:17] <dholbach> tfheen: I'll have to ask a friend again - maybe you
can get the final iso on bittorrent too - Keybuk: did you hear anything
about that? (leaked edgy isos?)
[07:17] <fabbione> dholbach: dude.. leech them!
[07:17] <soundray> Metaj: please use my nick, so I can see your response.
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[07:18] <gneral> dabaR: yep, i did "sudo dpkg --configure -a"
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[07:18] <vexati0n> frederick85,, i know there are a lot more packages
available for end-user things, but i need things like LDAP
authentication, NX server, etc
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[07:18] <tfheen> dholbach: but how can that be? It's not going to be
released until tomorrow!
[07:18] <dabaR> gneral: and did it help?
[07:18] <soundray> Metaj: can you please run 'lsmod' and paste the output
in http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/
[07:18] <dholbach> tfheen: you gotta know the right people ;-)
[07:18] <Keybuk> dholbach: you'd think they'd be a lot more careful about
not publishing isos until the release itself
[07:18] <tfheen> dholbach: yeah, I guess..
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[07:18] <tfheen> Keybuk: people might download them and spread them
around and stuff..
[07:18] <gneral> muhsin@muhsin-desktop:/dev$ sudo dpkg --configure -a
[07:18] <gneral> muhsin@muhsin-desktop:/dev$
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[07:19] <Keybuk> I'm downloading it right now !!!!! It looks like it
really is the edgy release !!!! I'll seed it when it's done
[07:19] <Metaj> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28276/
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[07:19] <dabaR> gneral: sudo aptitude install -f
[07:19] <fabbione> Keybuk: oh come on! share the torrent dud3!
[07:19] <frederick85> What is a good package to Copy Cd Roms
[07:19] <Metaj> thanks soundray I think we are in the right way
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[07:20] <gneral> /topic #ceviz.net
[07:20] <gneral> pardon
[07:20] <soundray> Metaj: is the camera plugged in right now?
[07:20] <CarinArr> frederick85, i like k3b
[07:20] <CarinArr> personal preference
[07:20] <gneral> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28278/
[07:20] <AsheD> anybody know why VLC media player suddenly can't seek
while reading cue/bin files?
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[07:21] <Metaj> yes it is
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[07:22] <soundray> Metaj: okay, there doesn't seem to be a module loaded
for it. Can you run 'lsusb' and pastebin the output as well pls
[07:22] <dabaR> gneral: well, heh, I have a system that does the same
thing and have not yet found the solution in fact.
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[07:22] <mwozniak> hey, does anyone have any recomendations on software I
should use to regularly backup my home directory?
[07:22] <Sp4rKy> hi
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[07:22] <tfheen> almost there!
[07:22] <mwozniak> would amanda work for that?
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[07:22] <Sp4rKy> is there a way to regenerate /var/lib/dpkg/available
[07:22] <LiN01> While trying to install ubuntu i get this error
immidiatly : uncompressing linux... Ok booting the kernel ... CRC error
kernel panic -not syncing:VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown block
(1,0) What does this mean? can somebody help me please
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[07:23] <gneral> ermm
[07:23] <dabaR> mwozniak: they have a new app, hubackup in edgy which
comes out tomorrow
[07:23] <dholbach> !are we there yet?
[07:23] <Metaj> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28279/
[07:23] <Nutubuntu> !schedule
[07:23] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
[07:23] <Metaj> I can now see the cvamera
[07:23] <mwozniak> dabaR, is that ubuntu specific?
[07:23] <dabaR> dunno
[07:23] <pixelPOET> mwozniak, or you could do it the hard way and set up
a cron job that'll tar your home dir every day or week or w/e
[07:24] <LiN01> While trying to install ubuntu i get this error
immidiatly : uncompressing linux... Ok booting the kernel ... CRC error
kernel panic -not syncing:VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown block
(1,0) What does this mean? can somebody help me please
[07:24] <gneral> dabaR: as for you, what should i do ? how to change to 1
to remove to 0 to remove ?
[07:24] <rammy> anyone installed firefox 2.0 on ubuntu 6.06 dapper
[07:24] <clearzen> LiN01: What type of file system is the hard drive?
[07:24] <B-Minus> is firefox 2.0 available for download alreday ?
[07:24] <thee> rammy: i did.
[07:24] <B-Minus> how
[07:24] <mwozniak> pixelPOET, does tar do a full backup the first time
and then there is a flag to only tar changes?
[07:24] <rammy> yes B-Minus it it
[07:24] <B-Minus> is there a repo ?
[07:24] <LiN01> um i dunno
[07:24] <rammy> it is
[07:24] <dabaR> mwozniak:
[07:24] <LiN01> how do i check ?
[07:24] <B-Minus> hmm
[07:24] <Nutubuntu> Wow ... I didn't realize Edgy was so close to
release. What is the channel for Edgy discussion?
[07:24] <B-Minus> whats the repo then
[07:24] <clearzen> LiN01: Are you using a live cd??
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[07:24] <soundray> Metaj: unfortunately, this only means that it gets
recognized as a usb device.
[07:24] <LiN01> mmm no
[07:24] <dabaR> gneral: I do not know, I can not fix it here either.
[07:24] <LiN01> i did the download from ubuntu.com
[07:25] <thee> firefox 2
[07:25] <pixelPOET> mwozniak, lemme check...
[07:25] <Metaj> And ???
[07:25] <soundray> Metaj: it doesn't seem to be supported by spca5xx or
any other driver. But let's not give up too soon...
[07:25] <rammy> hi thee did u have problems with the upgrade
[07:25] <Nutubuntu> n/m ... figured it out
[07:25] <thee> none at all.
[07:25] <clearzen> Download the live cd so you can have some
functionallity without installing first and then I could help you resolve
your problem
[07:25] <Nutubuntu> Hey - thanks to everyone here ... as always, this is
a *great* resource
[07:25] <pixelPOET> mwozniak, i have it set to rm the current tar and
then retar it...it does it at 3 in the morning so it doesnt slow me
down...im sure it takes awhile...
[07:25] <Sp4rKy> is there a way to regenerate /var/lib/dpkg/available ???
[07:25] <Metaj> soundray
[07:25] <thee> use the script in the link i gave
[07:25] <rammy> ok thanks thee i will install it too then
[07:25] <gneral> ermm
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[07:26] <clearzen> LiN01:do you know what a live cd is??
[07:26] <Metaj> if you look att the ID 041e:4053 Creative Technology, Ltd
[07:26] <LiN01> yes i know that
[07:26] <LiN01> but dude listen
[07:26] <mwozniak> pixelPOET, does that only keep one day of backups
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[07:26] <LiN01> the problem is i don't have an ethernet modem yet
[07:26] <pixelPOET> mwozniak, yes...the "-u" flag will update only.
[07:26] <LiN01> so i can't go online either on live cd
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[07:26] <Metaj> you will find this device on
[07:26] <LiN01> thats why i want to install the full version
[07:26] <LiN01> this is the 3th time i have to redo burning a cd for
installing linux
[07:26] <mwozniak> pixelPOET, does it add them as a separate file though
so I could revert to a specific date?
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[07:26] <clearzen> LiN01: Can you mount your hard drive with the live cd?
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[07:27] <LiN01> i don't have the live cd yet
[07:27] <LiN01> what is mounting ? making partitions ?
[07:27] <pixelPOET> mwozniak, you can have it do that...check out "man
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[07:27] <mwozniak> pixelPOET, yeah i'm reading it now, there is a lot
more stuff this can do than I thought
[07:27] <clearzen> LiN01: Mounting is basicly making the drive available
for access
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[07:27] <Metaj> spca5xx/LE seems to suport them
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[07:28] <LiN01> normaly technical way => when people make software people
want that it work without having troubles ;)
[07:28] <LiN01> ow
[07:28] <Quixotic> whats ctrl alt f8 do in unbutu.i been messing around
with ctrl alt f1-7 changing stuff and i pressed ctrl alt f8 and my screen
went black =(
[07:28] <LiN01> okay
[07:28] <LiN01> so how can i mount it i'm using windows now
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[07:28] <clearzen> LiN01: um....you would have to do that with a linux
live cd unfortunately
[07:28] <pixelPOET> mwozniak, man pages are invaluable...one of linux's
main selling points over windows imo.
[07:28] <soundray> Metaj: okay
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[07:28] <clearzen> LiN01: any live cd will work
[07:29] <LiN01> kay
[07:29] <tchilly> can anyone help me with my ubuntu install, my computer
freezes all the time, under install, when my comp starts up... all time
anywhere, exept in "live" mode.... ???? Help
[07:29] <LiN01> i have a live cd from mandriva
[07:29] <LiN01> but mmm
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[07:29] <LiN01> i don't have internet because i have an usb modem
[07:29] <clearzen> LiN01: one sec i'm at work
[07:29] <LiN01> so i can't get online on live cd
[07:29] <mwozniak> LiN01, you could probably load a module onto the
livecd so that would work
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[07:29] <soundray> Metaj: can you open a second terminal and run 'tail -f
/var/log/syslog'. Then in the first terminal, run 'sudo modprobe
spca5xx'. Pastebin the messages from the tail.
[07:30] <kmaynard> LiN01, have you googled the modem to see if it has any
linux support? mandriva is not the last word in linux
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[07:30] <LiN01> kmaynard i found the drivers yes
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[07:30] <LiN01> but ummm i'm new to linux
[07:30] <LiN01> i dunno if i can install this
[07:30] <moquist> I'm having trouble installing on a Dell PowerEdge 2900.
It's got a HW RAID controller and I can't get Ubuntu to boot after
install whether I install to one of the two SATA drives or a HW RAID0
combination of the two SATA drives.
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[07:30] <erUSUL> !adsl
[07:30] <ubotu> Setting up an ADSL/PPPoE connection? Look at
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[07:31] <erUSUL> !usbmodem
[07:31] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about usbmodem - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[07:31] <erUSUL> !speedtouch
[07:31] <Atomiku> !netinstall
[07:31] <xgm> helo, when i try to run firestarter i get error:
(firestarter:16518): GnomeUI-WARNING **: While connecting to session
[07:31] <xgm> Authentication Rejected, reason : None of the
authentication protocols specified are supported and host-based
authentication failed.
[07:31] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about speedtouch - try
searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[07:31] <ubotu> Ubuntu 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 and
[07:31] <moquist> If I drop to the grub command line I can root(hd0,0),
kernel (hd0,0) root=/dev/sda1..., initrd (hd0,0)...and get it to boot
until it needs to mount root, and then it's unhappy. (hangs)
[07:31] <LiN01> speedtouch 330 it is
[07:31] <tchilly> anyone help plz? why my comp freeze all time
[07:31] <Atomiku> argh
[07:31] <tchilly> i'm newbee
[07:31] <Atomiku> i used to have a speedtouch modem
[07:31] <Atomiku> it was a f**king nightmare trying to get it working
with linux
[07:32] <Atomiku> im tellni you
[07:32] <Atomiku> *tllin
[07:32] <Atomiku> *telling
[07:32] <zaphod> speedtouch see kaella distrib
[07:32] <frederick85> tchilly: could be your hardware.
[07:32] <moquist> During the install it sees /dev/sda, /dev/sdb, and the
HW RAID0 device /dev/sdc. At first boot I can't tell what it sees because
it hangs...
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[07:32] <kmaynard> moquist, havent you asked this before?
[07:32] <frederick85> tchilly: like your powersupply or something
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[07:32] <tchilly> howcani check if my hw is ok?
[07:32] <Metaj> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28281/
[07:32] <tchilly> nah "new" computer
[07:32] <moquist> Keybuk: Nope. Never touched this hardware before or had
access to any HW RAID for at least...two years. :)
[07:32] <frederick85> tchilly: what type is it< intel?
[07:32] <mwozniak> moquist, do you have it set up right so it knows root
is the right partition?
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[07:33] <LiN01> i tried this cd on 2 computers
[07:33] <tchilly> there is nothing wrong with the comp, all systems 100%
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[07:33] <LiN01> same shit i have
[07:33] <clearzen> LiN01: are you still there??
[07:33] <Keybuk> moquist: ?
[07:33] <LiN01> yes clearzen
[07:33] <kmaynard> moquist, you probably need to let the ubuntu installer
set up raid for you. will make life easier
[07:33] <tchilly> but still the install, everything freezes all time
[07:33] <snedar> hey! does anyone know how to create buttons for
/media/Documents in the Places part of gnome-main-menu? it contains
.desktop files, should I create a .desktop file for that directory or is
there a faster way?
[07:33] <mwozniak> moquist, i had a problem with that once when i
installed the swap partition in a different place than normal
[07:33] <kmaynard> if it can see the drives enough to install to them,
mdadm will work
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[07:33] <moquist> Keybuk: Well, the installer is obviously setting it up
incorrectly (as /dev/hdc1, which is how it appears during installation
but not afterward, apparently), but root=/dev/sda1 doesn't work, either.
[07:33] <soundray> Metaj: so, nothing happened in the tail when you ran
'sudo modprobe spca5xx'? That's strange.
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[07:34] <Keybuk> moquist: but I didn't say anything ?
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[07:34] <moquist> kmaynard: if I turn off the HW RAID and tell the BIOS
to turn on the SATA controller, then the installer sees no disks at all.
I don't have that figured out yet...
[07:34] <xgm> Authentication Rejected, reason : None of the
authentication protocols specified are supported and host-based
authentication failed.
[07:34] <tchilly> AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3000+, 1022MB RAM, VIAK8T,
GeForce 6600 GT.... HANGS :(
[07:34] <Metaj> yes it did
[07:34] <soundray> Metaj: what do you get from 'lsmod | grep -q spca5xx
&& echo Loaded"?
[07:34] <xgm> i het this error when i try to run firestarter
[07:35] <mwozniak> moquist, how about /dev/hdc2, /dev/hdc0,/dev/sda0 or
[07:35] <LiN01> clearzen ?
[07:35] <moquist> kmaynard: the first thing I tried was using SW RAID.
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[07:35] <CarinArr> tchilly, hangs how and when?
[07:35] <clearzen> LiN01: boot into a live cd and go to the terminal. THe
command "mount" should show you the location of your harddrive (most
likely hda) then once you have that type mkdir /mnt/hda   then mount -t
ntfs /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda
[07:35] <Metaj> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28282/
[07:35] <tchilly> all time anywhere
[07:35] <kmaynard> moquist, it wont work in conjunction with the
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[07:35] <LiN01> yes and then ?
[07:35] <CarinArr> tchilly, sort of has a pattern to it or random?
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[07:35] <soundray> Metaj: ah, okay
[07:35] <LiN01> and then i can install ubuntu ?
[07:35] <tchilly> random
[07:35] <soundray> Metaj: give me a minute
[07:35] <clearzen> that should mount your hard drive so you can browse it
[07:36] <moquist> mwozniak: well, it's definitely the first partition of
whatever device. should I just keep blindly poking around at /dev/[sh]
d{a,b,c}{0,1,2) until I have success? :p
[07:36] <Metaj> no problem ......thanks man
[07:36] <clearzen> LiN01: one sec
[07:36] <LiN01> okay so i will be able to install ubuntu then right
[07:36] <LiN01> kay i got time :p
[07:36] <CarinArr> tchilly, have you run anything other than ubuntu on
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[07:36] <mwozniak> moquist, i think grub and linux use different values
as the starting partition
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[07:36] <mwozniak> moquist, one uses 0 and the other uses 1
[07:36] <moquist> heh. they sure do. :)
[07:36] <tchilly> tried a freshinstall, formatted all harddrive
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[07:36] <snedar> (never mind my question, creating .desktop files is
easier than I thought)
[07:36] <xgm> can anyone help me with firestarter ?
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[07:37] <moquist> I'm aware of that. I've never heard of /dev/[sh] d?0 -
Linux starts numbering partitions at 1.
[07:37] <CarinArr> tchilly, using 64bit ubuntu or 32?
[07:37] <mwozniak> moquist, if changing that around doesn't help, then
it's probably a problem with the sata
[07:37] <kmaynard> grub numbers from 0
[07:37] <mwozniak> moquist, ok i had that backwards then
[07:37] <clearzen> LiN01: if it gives you errors while trying to mount
that is most likely your problem with the install cds
[07:38] <LiN01> okay clearzen
[07:38] <moquist> OK. SO nobody's pointed out anything obviously dumb
that I'm doing... I'll keep trying. I've been told that SUSE installed on
here without a problem, and that's making me all the more determined to
make this work...
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[07:38] <LiN01> so do i have to try it now?
[07:38] <clearzen> LiN01:The solution would be to resize your NTFS
partition manually
[07:38] <frederick85> Someone tell me another program than K3b for
copying cd's
[07:38] <clearzen> LiN01:using a program on the ubuntu live cd like
[07:38] <snedar> frederick85: gnomebaker? never used it...
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[07:38] <LiN01> uhu okay
[07:38] <clearzen> LiN01: or qtparted on mandrivia i belileve
[07:38] <LiN01> i have mandriva live cd yes
[07:38] <LiN01> okay step by step
[07:39] <LiN01> i gonna try first to mount right
[07:39] <LiN01> i will note it down
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[07:39] <clearzen> LiN01: yeah
[07:39] <LiN01> then second if that doesn't work
[07:39] <LiN01> wich commands
[07:39] <frederick85> snedar: thanks
[07:39] <clearzen> LiN01: right
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[07:39] <kmaynard> moquist, if you have time and feel frisky, you could
try installing suse. if it works, make note of how and why, then use that
in ubuntu
[07:39] <clearzen> LiN01: just ry to mount it first and see what it tells
[07:39] <kmaynard> i did that a lot when i moved from redhat to gentoo
[07:39] <LiN01> okay
[07:39] <LiN01> i be back dont go okay
[07:40] <LiN01> see ya in like 10 minutes
[07:40] <clearzen> LiN01:k i'm at work for a while
[07:40] <Quixotic> in mysql typing mysql -u is that the same as typing
mysql -user ?
[07:40] <LiN01> k
[07:41] <dabaR> Quixotic: --user = -u, man mysql
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[07:41] <Quixotic> whats man mysql?
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[07:41] <LjL> !man | Quixotic
[07:41] <ubotu> Quixotic: The "man" command brings up the Linux manual
pages for the command you're interested in. Try "man intro" at the
command line, or see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BasicCommands
[07:41] <Flats> Hello, I just installed Ubuntu and was wondering what I
would need to do to install a generic USB mouse?
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[07:41] <kmaynard> Flats, plug it in
[07:41] <Flats> I did
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[07:42] <Quixotic> sweet thx
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[07:42] <piff> Greetings.
[07:42] <kmaynard> restart gdm
[07:42] <Quixotic> man life dosent seem to work =(
[07:42] <LiN01> when i mount my hardisk will i lose my windows etc and
everything on my hardisk ?
[07:42] <kmaynard> Flats, log out, then hit CTRL ALT BACKSPACE
[07:42] <LiN01> because i want linux and windows on same hardisk clark^
[07:42] <LiN01> clearzen
[07:42] <clearzen> LiN01: yeah
[07:42] <LjL> !dualboot | LiN01
[07:42] <ubotu> LiN01: Dual boot instructions for x86/amd64
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsDualBootHowTo - for mac
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[07:43] <kmaynard> LjL, nice, i didnt know you could pipe ubotu like that
[07:43] <Atomiku> !netinstall
[07:43] <ubotu> Ubuntu 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 and
[07:43] <soundray> Metaj: could you check once more the output of 'ls -l
/dev/video*' pls
[07:43] <monad> hi, i'm running ubuntu on an office machine. recently
upgraded to dapper, then direct rendering for the radeon card was gone.
after trying to fix it several ways, i installed several restricted
modules or whatever they call them, which seemingly also installed the
2.6.15-27-k7 sources. after a reboot, the system froze while
"uncompressing linux, ok... booting the kernel"
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[07:44] <LjL> kmaynard: new feature
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[07:44] <kmaynard> 00t
[07:44] <jmitchj> I'm still trying to get my wireless working....keep
getting No suitable AP found during scan...any idea why?
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[07:45] <Metaj> soundray, it says in swedish that the fike or the
cataloge dos not exist
[07:45] <Metaj> ls: /dev/video: Filen eller katalogen finns inte
[07:45] <dabaR> jmitchj: it shows the interface in sudo iwconfig output?
[07:45] <piff> Hello. I've just downloaded Sun JDK1.5. I downloaded the
.bin file, and ran it as normal user. It didn't 'install' binaries, it
simply extracted the contents into an aptly named java folder in the
current directory. How do I 'properly' install it using update
[07:45] <LjL> No such file or directory
[07:45] <dabaR> !java
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[07:45] <ubotu> To install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime
install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository
[07:46] <shinnok> Hi, I am trying to install Battlefield 2142 with
cedega. But when the installation starts, right after I choose my
language, I get a errormessage saying I have to run the installation as
admin. Never got this problem before when installing games. Any ideas
what the problem is?
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[07:46] <javier> you must log in whit the root acount...
[07:46] <jmitchj> dabaR: it shows but has Access Point: Invalid
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[07:47] <jcsteele> if i am running a release canidate of edgy, will i
need to reinstall tomarrow with the new release? or will i just recieve
the appropriate updates?
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[07:47] <dabaR> jmitchj: and sudo iwlist <iface> scan shows no suitable
ap found?
[07:47] <dabaR> jcsteele: option number 2
[07:47] <Quixotic> shinnok isnt that a windows game?
[07:47] <dabaR> !cedega
[07:47] <ubotu> cedega is a project based on wine, aimed at running
windows games on Linux. For more info, see
[07:47] <frederick85> shinnok: try running it under su
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[07:48] <rag> gnubien, is there?
[07:48] <Quixotic> wow windows games under linux. is there anything this
thing cant do?
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[07:48] <shinnok> frederick85, I tried that. Didnt work.
[07:48] <dabaR> Quixotic: yes, plenty
[07:48] <pixelPOET> Quixotic, don't get too excited...gaming on Linux
leaves MUCH to be desired.
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[07:49] <Quixotic> so i shouldnt go scrub my windows box right now?
[07:49] <soundray> Metaj: normally, I would expect the driver loading to
result in the device file turning up. Since that doesn't happen, let's
try forcing it. Enter 'sudo mknod /dev/video0 c 81 0'
[07:49] <dabaR> Quixotic: or in a few days...
[07:49] <dabaR> Quixotic: or run dual boot
[07:49] <pixelPOET> Quixotic, if you have a need to play games...no.
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[07:49] <yrlnry_> How do I add a program that I installed myself to the
"applications" menu?
[07:49] <Dasnipa] [> i wouldnt say 'much' to be desired dabaR
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[07:49] <dabaR> Dasnipa] [: neither have I
[07:49] <jmitchj> dabaR: No Scan results
[07:49] <pixelPOET> yrlnry_, use the Alacarte Menu Editor
[07:49] <ZirJoker> is there any mmorpg game for linux?
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[07:49] <Quixotic> i think tibia.com has a linux version
[07:49] <Dasnipa] [> oh opps i mean pixelPOET
[07:50] <frederick85> ZirJoke: there is yes
[07:50] <Quixotic> but its an old school mmo with 2d graphics
[07:50] <dabaR> jmitchj: it looks like the driver is not installed
properly to me.
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[07:50] <thee> ZirJoker did you get listen installed?
[07:50] <ZirJoker> i refer to... ragnarok or somethjing
[07:50] <yrlnry_> pixelPOET: thanks.
[07:50] <pixelPOET> Dasnipa] [, well...it leaves SOMETHING at least :P
[07:50] <robnyc> how do I refresh Grub since I just added Windows and
would like to see if it can detect it and add it to grub ?
[07:50] <jmitchj> dabaR: can;t seem to find a driver to work i guess
[07:50] <pixelPOET> yrlnry_, np.
[07:50] <frederick85> ZirJoker try Planeshift
[07:50] <jmitchj> dabaR: I've tried multiple
[07:50] <ZirJoker> planeshift
[07:50] <dabaR> jmitchj: I never had to do that, so I am not experienced
with it.
[07:50] <ZirJoker> no i didnt gewt listen installend
[07:50] <jcsteele> dabaR: awesome...that makes life much easier :)
[07:50] <ZirJoker> coulnd
[07:51] <ZirJoker> coulnt
[07:51] <ZirJoker> *
[07:51] <Metaj> I did it
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[07:51] <jmitchj> anyone else have any ideas on this wireless thing?
[07:51] <Flats> To those who helped...Thank You. As a system engineer, I
should check to verify that the USB ports are enabled in BIOS before
asking for help...HeHe. Thanks All mouse works fine
[07:51] <frederick85> ZirJoker: come again?
[07:51] <dabaR> jcsteele: yes it does, I agree
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[07:51] <njal> !grub
[07:51] <ubotu> grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after
installing windows:
- Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos:
[07:51] <Metaj> soundray dont forget I use AMD 64bit
[07:51] <ZirJoker> what?
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[07:51] <frederick85> Is there a good program for wireless network
detection and stuff?
[07:52] <soundray> Metaj: now run xawtv -device /dev/video0 . amd64 makes
no difference.
[07:52] <M_A_K> I have a laptop that is hozed. It cannot boot windows.
I can boot ubuntu live cd. I need to get doc's off. Think it is ntfs (it
is not my laptop). I can see the drive when I browse the computer.
[07:52] <njal> !networkmanager
[07:52] <ubotu> networkmanager is an application to make (wireless)
networking Just Work. See
[07:52] <frederick85> ZirJoker: say again what you said clearly
[07:52] <ZirJoker> ooh
[07:52] <dabaR> frederick85: there is one for network detection, for
stuff, we are still looking for a good program
[07:52] <M_A_K> When I try to open the disk, I get an error
[07:52] <ZirJoker> i didnt install listen, i cannot install it
[07:52] <thee> ZirJoker: let me try to help you...
[07:53] <ZirJoker> ok
[07:53] <M_A_K> How do I mount this disk so I can grab the files?
[07:53] <jcsteele> dabaR: the only problem i am having so far with the
release candidate is wireless networking...i use to recieve a list of
available networks in the network configuration window...not i recieve
nothing and manually have to type in the SSID
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[07:53] <Flats> Is there a document that will show how to setup an NFS
share? I have 3 computers on a simple workgroup network and want to use
Ubuntu as a file server type of station
[07:53] <chuckp> Anyone: Where can I get a list of repositories?
[07:53] <njal> any grub experts here?
[07:53] <soundray> !repos
[07:53] <ubotu> The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections.
See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource
[07:53] <chuckp> ;)
[07:53] <monad> njal: what's the problem?
[07:53] <ZirJoker> !easysource
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[07:53] <ubotu> source-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate
your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic
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[07:53] <ZirJoker> ok thee i want you to help me
[07:53] <ZirJoker> xD
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[07:53] <dabaR> M_A_K: well, what I usually do is... start with runing
mount and post what is says to paste.ubuntu-nl.org
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[07:54] <soundray> !nfs > Flats
[07:54] <Flats> !nfs
[07:54] <ubotu> nfs is the network file system. See
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo for information on
installing and configuring NFS.
[07:54] <njal> monad: I have a tripple hard drive quad boot system, and
despite XP being the first OS installed on the slave IDE drive it's the
one that always boots
[07:54] <M_A_K> Problem is that laptop is not on network. Cannot paste
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[07:54] <monad> is the 2.6.15-27 kernel broken, anyone?
[07:54] <piff> Excellent. Thanks for that URL.
[07:54] <piff> CHeers
[07:54] <Flats> Many thanks, this channel rocks!!! :)
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[07:54] <monad> njal: ok, no idea about that, sorr
[07:54] <monad> y
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[07:54] <soundray> monad: not here and on 6 other installations I've done
[07:55] <dholbach> !edgy
[07:55] <ubotu> edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu.
Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its
release schedule, see !schedule
[07:55] <dholbach> !schedule
[07:55] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
[07:55] <thee> ZirJoker accept sources.list to anywhere you like.
[07:55] <dabaR> M_A_K: look for line that has ntfs in it, and tell me the
/dev/hdaX whatever it says, the partition name
[07:55] <ZirJoker> eeh how do i accept it?
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[07:55] <M_A_K> dabaR : hang on, it restarted on me. As soon as its up,
I will
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[07:56] <dabaR> M_A_K: im here
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[07:56] <soundray> Metaj: did it crash again?
[07:56] <monad> soundray: while trying to get fglrx running, i installed
several linux-restricted-modules, and it automatically installed 2.6.15-
27-k7 - then when i reboot, it freezes on "uncompressing linux... booting
the kernel"
[07:56] <moquist> kmaynard: heh - I don't feel like friskily installing
[07:56] <ZirJoker> thee send again plz
[07:56] <Metaj> soundray : My computer become black and I had to restart
[07:56] <soundray> monad: pick one of the older kernels from the grub
[07:56] <frederick85> how do you update the menus
[07:57] <moquist> kmaynard: My current tactic is to try to identify which
modules the installation kernel has loaded that the -server kernel does
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[07:57] <thee> ZirJoker ok file transfer is not possible it seems...
[07:57] <soundray> frederick85: 'sudo update-menus'
[07:57] <ZirJoker> why?
[07:57] <moquist> kmaynard: Also, I just chrooted into my installation
and installed and executed sshd, so now I can get in and use it as if it
were working, regardless. :-)
[07:57] <monad> soundray: how do i get to the grub menu? ubuntu is so
darn untransparent...
[07:57] <ZirJoker> cant you send it directly with some linux terminal
command? XDDD
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[07:57] <thee> ZirJoker go to http://listengnome.free.fr/
[07:57] <monad> the only way i can think of is booting a live cd
[07:57] <frederick85> soundray: that comman isn't found
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[07:57] <dabaR> frederick85: what menus? update how?
[07:57] <xgm> how to run firestarter
[07:57] <xgm> ?
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[07:58] <Metaj> soundray please tell me the other test program you talked
[07:58] <ZirJoker> ok
[07:58] <ZirJoker> then?
[07:58] <soundray> monad: when you boot, the first thing it stops at
should be the grub menu
[07:58] <monad> xgm: bang your head and make faces
[07:58] <frederick85> dabaR the applications menu
[07:58] <xgm> monad: what do you mean?
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[07:58] <soundray> Metaj: gqcam
[07:58] <thee> ZirJoker go to downloads and copy the repo dapper links
both of them
[07:58] <monad> soundray: right, kinda looks different than the grub
prompts i'm used to
[07:58] <M_A_K> dabaR : nothing about ntfs, nothing about hda at all
[07:58] <monad> xgm: nothing, just joking about The Prodigy
[07:59] <ZirJoker> ok
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[07:59] <soundray> frederick85: do you have the 'menu' package installed?
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[07:59] <xgm> monad, can you help me to run firestarter ?
[07:59] <monad> nope
[07:59] <frederick85> soundray: installing it now thanks
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[07:59] <thee> ZirJoker now sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list
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[07:59] <B-Minus> im a firestarter
[07:59] <dabaR> M_A_K: and where do you say you see the drive?
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[07:59] <monad> wicked
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[07:59] <M_A_K> computer - File Browser
[08:00] <monad> soundray: thanks, will try that tomorrow, hopefully
they're there
[08:00] <dabaR> frederick85: update it how? you installed something you
know has a menu icon and it is not shown there, or you want to add an
icon to it?
[08:00] <M_A_K> 34.2 GB volume
[08:00] <tont> hello...kwin is crashed..can i restore it? thanks...
[08:00] <ZirJoker> where do i place the links?
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[08:00] <thee> opened sources.list?
[08:00] <ZirJoker> there are many places to put theme
[08:00] <ZirJoker> yes
[08:00] <frederick85> dabaR i want to know how to get to network manager
for detecting wireless networks
[08:00] <dabaR> M_A_K: does it say anything about a directory, like
[08:00] <Flats> !telnet
[08:00] <ubotu> telnet is not safe. Please use ssh instead. See !ssh
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[08:00] <M_A_K> mo
[08:00] <Flats> !ssh
[08:00] <ubotu> ssh is the Secure SHell protocol (see
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSHHowto). Putty is a nice SSH client
for Windows, which can be found at
[08:00] <M_A_K> *no
[08:00] <tont> help
[08:00] <soundray> !network-manager-gnome
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[08:00] <thee> ZirJoker paste it in a new line
[08:01] <ubotu> network-manager-gnome: network management framework
(GNOME Frontend). In component main, is optional. Version 0.6.2-0ubuntu7
(dapper), package size 234 kB, installed size 1556 kB
[08:01] <dabaR> frederick85: try running it in a command line.
[08:01] <ZirJoker> at the bottom?
[08:01] <soundray> frederick85: ^^
[08:01] <tont> kwin is crashed..can i restore it? thanks...
[08:01] <thee> yep that will do
[08:01] <dabaR> M_A_K: this is an older version of ubuntu, which one?
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[08:01] <r0bert> anyone who knows which time the 6.10 release will be
uploaded to the ubuntu server ?
[08:01] <M_A_K> Live CD 6.0.6 LTS
[08:01] <Enselic> I just had to reboot because RealPlayer messed up my
system. What is the panic keycombo on Ubuntu?
[08:01] <thee> ZirJoker now save and exit
[08:01] <dabaR> M_A_K: sudo fdisk -l in a terminal has to show a ntfs
[08:01] <frederick85> soundray: no it's not found
[08:01] <ZirJoker> ok
[08:02] <thee> Enselic: Ctrl-Alt-Bcksp. Restarts Xserver
[08:02] <soundray> frederick85: which one?
[08:02] <Flats> !openssh-server
[08:02] <ubotu> openssh-server: Secure shell server, an rshd replacement.
In component main, is optional. Version 1:4.2p1-7ubuntu3.1 (dapper),
package size 200 kB, installed size 540 kB
[08:02] <Enselic> thee: I tired that, but it didnt work
[08:02] <thee> ZirJoker: now sudo apt-get update
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[08:02] <thee> Enselic: then I cant help you. sorry.
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[08:03] <moquist> kmaynard: know any good way to tell which module is
responsible for the presence of a particular device?
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[08:03] <ZirJoker> ok
[08:03] <ZirJoker> now?
[08:03] <thee> ZirJoker: now sudo apt-get install listen
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[08:04] <ZirJoker> :o
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[08:04] <ZirJoker> installing
[08:04] <ZirJoker> :P
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[08:04] <thee> ZirJoker: done I suppose?
[08:04] <ZirJoker> n_n
[08:04] <M_A_K> debaR : when I mount /dev/hda2 /media/temp (I created
/media/temp) it appears to mount.
[08:04] <ZirJoker> yes
[08:04] <jmitchj> Can someone tell me if in this command for
wireless...the ssid is my essid
key?...ctrl_interface=/var/run/wpa_supplicant network ={
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[08:05] <M_A_K> However when I try to access /media/temp... I get
permission denied.
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[08:05] <frederick85> soundray: network-manager network-manager-gnome
[08:05] <dabaR> M_A_K: sudo ls that dir, and see whether it is the 1
[08:05] <ZirJoker> thx thx
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[08:05] <soundray> frederick85: are you on i386?
[08:05] <M_A_K> Ah, forgot the sudo. I see it now.
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[08:06] <ZirJoker> thee i want to install more and more things
[08:06] <ZirJoker> xDD
[08:06] <dabaR> M_A_K: then umount it and then mount it with the -
oumask=0222 -tntfs options
[08:06] <ZirJoker> to make my pc nicer
[08:06] <dabaR> M_A_K: that will give you the permissions
[08:06] <frederick85> soundray: yes i386
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[08:06] <soundray> frederick85: dapper?
[08:06] <jmitchj> and in this command...is it the same sudo iwconfig
wlan0 essid "AP" key ababababababababab mode Managed?
[08:06] <frederick85> soundray: yep
[08:06] <thee> ZirJoker: like what ;)
[08:06] <ZirJoker> dunno XD
[08:07] <ZirJoker> any game?
[08:07] <ZirJoker> or...
[08:07] <ferret0567> I have the Alternative Install CD and GRUB, no
matter how many different FS types I try for /, never loads Ubuntu
[08:07] <ZirJoker> eeh another media player
[08:07] <ZirJoker> XD
[08:07] <soundray> frederick85: your package list up to date? (sudo apt-
get update)
[08:07] <frederick85> soundray: what is the unix shell command to pause
the output one page at a time?
[08:07] <marcrosoft> a few minutes after boot my file system will go read
only,.. and upon reboot, I will have hard drive errors? is my hard drive
going bad or something else getting messed up?
[08:07] <soundray> frederick85: less
[08:07] <dabaR> frederick85: less
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[08:07] <frederick85> soundray: i'v installed network manager
[08:07] <Enselic> Is there a way to let Alt + Tab switch between all
windowses in all workspaces?
[08:07] <ferret0567> GRUB never loads Ubuntu
[08:07] <Metaj> sound ray can you please look at this side
[08:07] <thee> ZirJoker: lurk around ubuntuforums.org. you will get
everything you can wish for.
[08:07] <kmaynard> ferret0567, look into lilo
[08:07] <ferret0567> I have the Alternative Install CD and GRUB, no
matter how many different FS types I try for /, GRUB never loads Ubuntu
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[08:07] <ferret0567> There you go
[08:07] <Metaj> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Spca5xx
[08:08] <soundray> marcrosoft: dying harddisk
[08:08] <frederick85> soundray: no not display the contents of a file but
to pause the output of an ls command one page at a time
[08:08] <Pupeno_> Hello.
[08:08] <Pupeno_> Does edgy include GNUcash 2.0 ?
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[08:08] <soundray> frederick85: ls | less
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[08:08] <jcsteele_> frederick85: command | less
[08:08] <dabaR> !gnucash edgy
[08:08] <davvs> where do i set the hostname for the computer?
[08:08] <Metaj> it says that both video0 and video shuold exist
[08:08] <RevThwack> ferret0567: you're not doing something like
installing windows after, are you?
[08:08] <ZirJoker> :o
[08:08] <ubotu> gnucash: A personal finance tracking program. In
component universe, is extra. Version 2.0.1-3ubuntu3 (edgy), package size
2014 kB, installed size 6388 kB
[08:08] <kmaynard> Pupeno_, http://packages.ubuntu.com/
[08:09] <ferret0567> And last time I installed Ubuntu with XFS and
LILO...LILO went error "L 99 99 99 99 99..." until it finally stopped
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[08:09] <frederick85> ok i found it in /usr/bin nm-tool
[08:09] <soundray> Metaj: don't worry about /dev/video for now. It should
be just a symlink to /dev/video0 anyway. Make sure that the latter exists
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[08:09] <marcrosoft> soundray, alright, ill run some diagnostics on it
[08:09] <samuel__> i whant to wine warcraft 3 but do i need to have
installed the nvidia driver?
[08:09] <samuel__> or does it work without it?
[08:09] <Metaj> yes it dose now since we created one
[08:09] <soundray> marcrosoft: better back up your data in a hurry, then
do diagnostics
[08:09] <Metaj> forsly
[08:10] <ZirJoker> ok ciao
[08:10] <M_A_K> dabaR : Thanks, I need to restart, the computer shutdown.
Think I need the AC adapter.
[08:10] <soundray> Metaj: it could have gone away on the reboot
[08:10] <lerkio> can anyone help me with playing dvd's??? PM ME
[08:10] <marcrosoft> soundray, i dont have any data on my OS drive
[08:10] <LjL> !pm | lerkio
[08:10] <ubotu> lerkio: Please ask your questions in the channel so that
other people can also benefit. Please don't PM a user in the channel
without asking first.
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[08:10] <ferret0567> I have Windows on the first HD and I put Linux and a
Linux bootloader on the second HD. I have Windows installed first
[08:10] <marcrosoft> soundray, other than the ubuntu itself...
[08:10] <RevThwack> samuel: You'll want the driver. Need to have decent
hardware 3d acceleration.
[08:10] <Metaj> aha
[08:10] <soundray> marcrosoft: I'm glad for you. Just throw it in the
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[08:11] <samuel__> RevThwack ok...
[08:11] <marcrosoft> soundray, you sure its the drive?
[08:11] <RevThwack> ferret0567: what does your grub or lilo config look
[08:11] <seamus_ie> hey all
[08:11] <soundray> marcrosoft: sorry, of course it's worth running some
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[08:11] <xxjmakxx> Anyone ever install on a Sony C1 picturebook laptop?
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[08:11] <soundray> marcrosoft: could be the controller.
[08:11] <seamus_ie> any ideas about a good lightweight media player along
the lines of windows media player?
[08:11] <ferret0567> Oh, I'll have to dig it out later
[08:11] <marcrosoft> soundray, yeah, was gonna try spin rite
[08:11] <samuel__> RevThwack the bad thing is that i getting problems
then i am installing the nvidia driver...
[08:11] <dabaR> M_A_K: you're welcome
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[08:11] <seamus_ie> (i want something to manage all my files for me)
[08:11] <Metaj> soundray thats thru there is no video0 enymore
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[08:12] <RevThwack> samuel: what problems? the nvidia drivers should work
pretty much problem free, unlike ATI drivers.
[08:12] <soundray> seamus_ie: like a secretary?
[08:12] <ferret0567> I doubt you people on this channel would find
anything unusual
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[08:12] <dabaR> tonyyserver: do you speak?
[08:12] <seamus_ie> soundray: exactly!!
[08:12] <RevThwack> Heh, it's amazing what kind of things you run into.
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[08:12] <alexis> hi
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[08:13] <soundray> seamus_ie: #jobcentre ;)
[08:13] <njal> monad: Can you help me translate my drive map into what it
should be in grub then?
[08:14] <whiz2> I'm trying to share a printer in Kubuntu using Samba to
share with Windows XP Pro, Windows 98, and another Kubuntu PC. Any time I
try to export drivers, Linux tells me there are some missing drivers. Any
time I try to install the printer in one of the other computers, I get a
message stating that drivers are not available on the originating PC, and
install fails. How do I share my printer from Kubuntu using Samba?
[08:14] <ferret0567> I'll see later about this problem of mine...
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[08:14] <alexis> i have a little problem with xorg.
[08:14] <soundray> Metaj: 'sudo mknod /dev/video0 c 81 0'
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[08:14] <alexis> a "mouse" problem
[08:14] <RevThwack> alexis: what's it doing?
[08:14] <gh0st> sudo update-alternatives --config javac
[08:14] <samuel__> RevThwach whant me to paste my xorg error log?
[08:14] <alexis> the modifier keys won t work
[08:15] <gh0st> hello, did anybody successfully installed sun java SDK?
[08:15] <TheGateKeeper> whiz2: what is your printer?
[08:15] <Metaj> OK
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[08:15] <njal> !automatix| ghOst
[08:15] <ubotu> ghOst: Automatix is an unsupported script that tries to
automate the installation of some software. We don't provide support for
it in the #ubuntu or #kubuntu channels, try #automatix thanks!
[08:15] <RevThwack> samuel: message it to me. also list what drives you
have, what partitions are on them, and what OS is on what partition.
[08:15] <soundray> whiz2: if I remember this correctly, you need to place
the Windows drivers somewhere on the server's drive, so they are exported
[08:15] <alexis> a an example i can not rotate desktops with beryl or
zoom or anything that uses alt shift or ctrl
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[08:15] <dabaR> whiz2: If there is no linux driver available for your
printer and you want to use this printer only from your windows
workstations trough SAMBA, you can use the printer manufacturer RAW and
install the correct driver on your windows workstation.
[08:16] <alexis> and i have problems to get the focus once a window is
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[08:16] <whiz2> Epson Stylus 660 Linux comes with drivers for itself, but
no windows drivers
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[08:16] <alexis> it's not a beryl problem since i have this problem with
xfw toom
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[08:16] <soundray> Metaj: to test, you can then run 'sudo modprobe
spca5xx && gqcam -v /dev/video0'
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[08:16] <alexis> xfwm4
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[08:16] <dabaR> whiz2:
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[08:17] <RevThwack> alexis: someone else here can probably help you with
the key bindings... never done much of that myself. what do you mean by
focus errors? What exacly is it doing?
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[08:17] <alexis> so
[08:17] <alexis> when i have 2 windows
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[08:17] <treitter> I'd like to apply the Debian patches within a source
package directory (the one that's made by "apt-get source foo") - is
there a better way to do that than running dpkg-buildpackage and
interrupting it? (is manually applying the patches good enough?)
[08:18] <alexis> and i click on the window on the foreground
[08:18] <dabaR> gh0st: yes, many people are you having trouble?
[08:18] <Mirrado> Hi people
[08:18] <TheGateKeeper> whiz2: http://www.epson.com/cgi-
[08:18] <gh0st> dabaR: yes
[08:18] <jmitchj> Could someone help me with what goes in this command
exactly?...sudo iwconfig wlan0 essid "AP" key ababababababababab mode
[08:18] <Mirrado> How do I start the ubuntu livecd in text mode?
[08:18] <alexis> background sorry
[08:18] <dabaR> gh0st: why? what are you doing and what is the error?
[08:18] <gh0st> dabaR: the javac command does not work
[08:18] <Pupeno_> I remember there was a program, of which images where
distributed that could be written to a floppy to boot from it and then be
able to boot from CD, Hard disk, or some other options. Does anybody know
what am I talking about ?
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[08:18] <alexis> and it does not come on the foreground
[08:19] <soundray> Pupeno_: smart boot manager
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[08:19] <gh0st> dabaR: i also uninstalled the default java but it didn't
[08:19] <soundray> !sbm
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[08:19] <ubotu> sbm: Smart Boot Manager (SBM) is a full-featured boot
manager. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.7.1-7 (dapper),
package size 308 kB, installed size 924 kB (Only available for i386
[08:19] <Pupeno_> soundray: that rings a bell, thanks.
[08:19] <dabaR> jmitchj: it sets up the wlan0 interface with the essid as
specified, and key as specified and mode as specified. man iwconfig for
exact info
[08:19] <gh0st> dabaR: what do you get typing "javac -version"
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[08:19] <gh0st> ?
[08:19] <cappiz> how can make saslauthd run as specified user?
[08:19] <TheGateKeeper> whiz2: with what I gave you yesterday this should
have been a 10 minute job
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[08:19] <landexem> What's the package name that lets one play MP3 files
in something other than xine? (I have libxine-extracodecs and xine apps
can play MP3s but not other apps)
[08:19] <dabaR> gh0st: javac 1.5.0_05
[08:20] <alexis> nobody have this problem?
[08:20] <gh0st> dabaR: for me, it simply shows the help file, and gives
compiling errors!?
[08:20] <netrix> after modifying grubs menu.lst file what command do i
have to run?
[08:20] <RevThwack> alexis: like it's not registering the click? you
tried playing around to make sure your mouse isn't going bad?
[08:20] <alexis> i had it on a gentoo too
[08:20] <jmitchj> dabaR: so the ababababababababa is my essid?
[08:20] <soundray> Metaj: how are you getting on?
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[08:20] <alexis> the mouse is going very well
[08:20] <dabaR> gh0st: install this package from multiverse sun-java5-jdk
[08:20] <gh0st> dabaR: i did
[08:20] <dabaR> jmitchj: no, that is the key
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[08:21] <alexis> i can scroll a firefox in the background, but if i click
on it, it just donc comes in the foreground
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[08:21] <jmitchj> dabaR: where do i get the key from?
[08:21] <thee> can i get a dos based C++ to work on ubuntu?
[08:21] <alexis> "don't" not "donc" sorry
[08:21] <thee> can i get a dos based C++ IDE to work on ubuntu?
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[08:21] <RevThwack> alexis: are you certain that the left mouse button is
working fine elsewhere? sounds like it's sensor is going bad.
[08:21] <fydo> thee: try dosbox
[08:21] <soundray> thee: within dosemu, probably
[08:21] <dabaR> jmitchj: it is your router wep key
[08:21] <njal> How do i determine how grub see's my devices
[08:21] <alexis> no it works well
[08:21] <dabaR> gh0st: and javac gives you an error?
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[08:22] <thee> tried that. it doesn't show up. The IDE I mean.
[08:22] <alexis> i had this problem on a gentoo, then i tried the same
config on ubuntu
[08:22] <gh0st> dabaR: only if i compile a code which I KNOW has no
errors (hello world)
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[08:22] <soundray> thee: oops, I'm not up to date
[08:22] <alexis> it worked very well for one day
[08:22] <netrix> anyone know what i need to run after modifying grub's
menu.lst file? with lilo i had to run 'lilo' after reconfiguring.
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[08:22] <alexis> but now i have exactly the same bug
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[08:22] <thee> fydo soundray I am talking about TuboC++
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[08:23] <JosefK> hey, I'm just wondering if there's a difference between
the text-mode install on the alternate CD, and the server CD?
[08:23] <soundray> netrix: nothing
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[08:23] <RevThwack> alexis: try running 'sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-
xorg' and setting up your mouse again.
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[08:23] <alexis> it's like a key of my keyboard was pressed
[08:23] <netrix> soundray: oh! okay. thought i had to run something.
[08:23] <alexis> ok i try
[08:24] <davvs> how can i get the current system time in an terminal? :-)
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[08:24] <dabaR> gh0st: show me the .java file on pastebin, please.
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[08:24] <walkover> hey does anyone know a good algebraric calculator for
linux. Something like a TI-89 on linux ??
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[08:24] <JosefK> !schedule
[08:24] <ubotu> Ubuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means
that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule:
[08:24] <Metaj> soundray steel no cam
[08:24] <JosefK> walkover: octave
[08:24] <walkover> thanks
[08:24] <Metaj> I maked dmesg
[08:24] <soundray> netrix: the difference between grub and lilo is that
grub can read a filesystem, while lilo needs to know where its config is
physically located on the disk.
[08:24] <gh0st> dabaR: i managed to compile on several other machines,
even on this one, but then java gave me an error
[08:24] <Siph0n> hmmmm.... does "lspci -v" , tell me which chipset my
wireless card has? :)
[08:25] <berkes> does anyone know if its possible to install a stripped
down ubuntu (server) on a machine with only ~12M ram :)
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[08:25] <Metaj> and I now got something als
[08:25] <Siph0n> cause i do it, and dont see any chipsets
[08:25] <soundray> Metaj: so the driver is loaded, and you have the
/dev/video0 device. Correct?
[08:25] <dabaR> gh0st: do you have /usr/lib/j2sdk1.5-sun/bin/javac?
[08:25] <berkes> I want to make that a slim-device/remote client.
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[08:25] <netrix> soundray: thanks i didn't know that. still trying to
learn grub adter using lilo for many years.
[08:25] <Metaj> look att this
[08:25] <berkes> basically a frontend for the music-server I run in
[08:25] <gh0st> dabaR: no (!?)
[08:26] <Metaj> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28288/
[08:26] <dabaR> gh0st: how about /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.5.0-sun-
[08:26] <RevThwack> berkes: look into something more along the lines of
the dsl distro.
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[08:26] <Metaj> it seems to be corect
[08:26] <jmitchj> dabaR: i don't have a WEP key, I have a WPA key
[08:26] <dabaR> jmitchj: then you need wpasupplicant
[08:26] <gh0st> dabaR: yes
[08:26] <berkes> RevThwack: I run DSL on that now, but cannot get any of
my PCMCIA netcards running on that :/
[08:26] <Metaj> but steel no video
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[08:27] <dabaR> gh0st: does compiling with that one give you an error?
[08:27] <RevThwack> berkes: what error are they giving you?
[08:27] <gh0st> dabaR: yes
[08:27] <jmitchj> dabaR: I have that i think
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[08:27] <gh0st> dabaR: could i reinstall it completely fro mscratch
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[08:27] <kamil> jest tu jakis polak ?
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[08:28] <GnarusLeo> !udsf
[08:28] <ubotu> Sorry, I don't know anything about udsf - try searching
on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
[08:28] <dabaR> gh0st: is it possible that line ending are giving you the
problem, as in \r\n vs \n?
[08:28] <dabaR> !pl
[08:28] <ubotu> Mozesz uzyskac pomoc w jezyku polskim na #ubuntu-pl
[08:28] <Pupeno_> Do you know any application to keep track of clients
and related information (companies, people on the companies, related
info, tickets, projects, files, etc) ?
[08:28] <gh0st> dabaR: what steps should i make in order to have it
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[08:29] <berkes> RevThwack: depends. My wireless card just freezes the
system w/o any logs. Untill I remove that wireless card, then all runs
fine, my normal ethernet adpater works fine, until I run cartctl
info/insert then it freezes and crashes the systm, again w/o leaving a
trace in the logs.
[08:29] <soundray> Metaj: I can't see a problem. This is the same output
you had before, isn't it?
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[08:29] <dabaR> gh0st: i just installed that package
[08:29] <njal> How do I install grub without having to reinstall the
whole system?
[08:29] <|CADE|> http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=284316
[08:29] <dabaR> !grub
[08:29] <ubotu> grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after
installing windows:
- Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos:
[08:29] <gh0st> dabaR: and nothing else?
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[08:29] <dabaR> the windows entry shows how
[08:29] <njal> Yeah I looked at that but it's offering no help
[08:29] <Metaj> ok it means that there is no solution
[08:30] <Metaj> soundray I would like to thank you for your time
[08:30] <gh0st> dabaR: i still get this compiler error :-(
[08:30] <dabaR> gh0st: it seems I am using an installation of the sun
official .bin package. with make-jpkg and so on.
[08:30] <soundray> Metaj: did you compile the driver yourself?
[08:30] <Metaj> Yes I followed the link
[08:30] <ivx> does anyone know how to get the broadcom 4318 working? does
anyone know if ipw2200 driver will work
[08:30] <berkes> RevThwack: now that I am grepping the logs, it seems one
card leaves a hint: cs: socket..... timed out during reset. Try
increasing setup_delay
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[08:31] <alexis> hi again
[08:31] <njal> ivx: What hardware are you useing?
[08:31] <Metaj> I Have right to return my camera on the shop
[08:31] <alexis> still the same problem
[08:31] <Metaj> seans it is two days old
[08:31] <jmitchj> dabaR: is psk="YourWiFiPassword" in
wpa_supplicant.conf....my WPA key?
[08:31] <soundray> Metaj: okay, sorry you had no luck.
[08:31] <Lattyware> Could someone please help me with two problems?: 1)
My DNS server settings are lost at boot. (Static IP) 2) My Audio
sometimes works, sometimes doesn't.
[08:31] <ivx> njal it is built into a notebook, airfore 54g broadcom 4318
is all i know
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[08:32] <njal> ivx: iBook G4?
[08:32] <ivx> njal, no compaq
[08:32] <njal> ivx: Well i suppose it does not matter
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[08:32] <Metaj> do you have any suggestions on which camera I should bye
whithout needing to get it so complecated
[08:32] <njal> ivx: I have the thing working
[08:32] <ivx> njal, did you you ndis wrapper
[08:32] <njal> ivx: Install bcm43xx-fwcutter
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[08:32] <dabaR> jmitchj: seems so
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[08:33] <njal> ivx: ndiswrapper does not work on PPC
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[08:33] <dabaR> gh0st: you can try rolling your own java 1.5 package,
after you download the sun .bin file.
[08:33] <ivx> njal is that all you did to make it work
[08:33] <RevThwack> berkes: that enough for you to follow?
[08:33] <justthisguy> hey guys, where can I get w32codecs? the wiki says
freecontrib.org but it seems to be down
[08:33] <soundray> Metaj: this may not be what you want to hear, but I
think the best camera is a cheap old camcorder attached to a TV card.
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[08:33] <pettern> Does anyone here use SmartPM with Dapper? experienced
any bugs?
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[08:33] <njal> ivx: No, it is simply the first step
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[08:34] <njal> ivx: You will also need networkmanager
[08:34] <dabaR> gh0st: I can only see it being a problem with your code,
unless I see your code, though.
[08:34] <ivx> njal alright i am installing that now
[08:34] <ivx> njal alright i'll install network manager
[08:34] <gh0st> dabaR: well where could i paste it?
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[08:34] <RevThwack> metaj: newer digital camcorders with a firewire card
work well too, but can be a little tougher to set up.
[08:34] <dabaR> gh0st: paste.ubuntu-nl.org
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[08:34] <samuel__> aim trying to install nvidia driver i follow the
instructions but somthing still dont work... plz look
@http://pastebin.it/index.php?id=2177 its my xorg error log...
[08:34] <soundray> RevThwack: as a webcam?
[08:35] <gh0st> dabaR: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28290/
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[08:35] <Metaj> OK I have no TV Card and I have a camcoder Sony dcr-hc19e
[08:35] <RevThwack> soundray: yep.
[08:35] <xxjmakxx> I have a question relating to installation of Xubuntu
on a Sony picturebook.
[08:35] <|CADE|> need help with xorg stuff:
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[08:35] <dabaR> gh0st: and the error you get?
[08:35] <Metaj> Can I use my camcoder as a webcam?
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[08:35] <Lattyware> Could someone please help me with two problems?: 1)
My DNS server settings are lost at boot. (Static IP) 2) My Audio
sometimes works, sometimes doesn't.
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[08:35] <berkes> RevThwack: not really. I am looking where I can increase
that, but so far w/o luck.
[08:35] <soundray> RevThwack: cool. Have you written a HowTo? :)
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[08:35] <jmitchj> dabaR: All i ever get in No suitable AP found
[08:35] <RevThwack> soundray: need to. heh.
[08:35] <xxjmakxx> It seems that if I initiate setup it'll stop at
"can't access tty; job control tunred off" on the sony memorystick slot.
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[08:36] <gh0st> dabaR: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/28291/
[08:36] <dabaR> jmitchj: cause it seems there is no proper driver for the
[08:36] <xxjmakxx> So how do I bypass it?
[08:36] <xxjmakxx> Or disable the device?
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[08:36] <njal> ivx: type this in the terminal 'wget
[08:36] <jmitchj> dabaR: I guess i better stick with Windows...
[08:36] <dabaR> gh0st: and where do you open the brace for main?
[08:36] <samuel__> aim trying to install nvidia driver i follow the
instructions but somthing still dont work... plz look