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00:06<mic>does anyone know about setting up mysql?
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00:07<chealer>mic: quite certainly. just ask your question.
00:09<mic>chealer look in private chat
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00:09<chealer>mic: I don't answer to private messages unless you ask for permission first. ask your questions in the channel.
00:10<mic>ok sorry
00:10<mic>i need help setting up mysql
00:10<mic>im totally new to linux, only just installed apache2 and php4
00:11<chealer>mic: just ask your question.
00:12<mic>can you tell me exactly how to setup mysql?
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00:14<chealer>mic: setup how? to work with php4?
00:14<chealer>mic: if you don't mind, is there a reason why you use php4 rather than php5?
00:15<mic>chealer: im more used to it, personal preference i guess
00:16<chealer>mic: OK. I'm not sure if you need to do anything. Did you try to use your application without doing any MySQL configuration?
00:17<mic>i need a database for some scripts that i host
00:17<chealer>mic: yeah, so did you try to run your scripts without doing any MySQL configuration?
00:18<mic>no, i dont think so
00:20<mic>i am new to linux, what i need is to store tables and data in a mysql database
00:20<chealer>mic: could you do that easily? because at least with php5 I think you don't need any configuration.
00:21<mic>is there a way to copy files from my windows pc, to the linux pc?
00:21<chealer>mic: yes. which desktop environment do you use?
00:22<mic>on linux? im commant line
00:23<chealer>mic: yes. OK
00:24<chealer>mic: you can either download a file with smbget, or mount a SMB share with smbmount
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00:24<chealer>sorry, mount, not smbmount
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00:25<mic>how do you do that?
00:25<mic>im a total linux noob
00:25<jm_>using smbmount is much easier since it doesn't require being run as root or fstab editing
00:27<mic>how do i do that?
00:27<jm_>man smbmount
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00:37<hidox>How I know my ubuntu version ???
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00:38<chealer>hidox: this is a Debian support channel.
00:38<mic>hidox join #ubuntu
00:38<hidox>ok ,you dont know how to do that !!
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00:40<mic>this is a debian support chat not unbutu
00:41<chealer>hidox: it's not necessarily that we don't know, it's just offtopic here.
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00:44<hidox>ok I clear , you dont know
00:44<hidox>only say it
00:44<hidox>I dont know it !
00:45<hidox>I will understand you !
00:45<hidox>dont worry
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00:47<naudiz>Does the default Debian Etch kernel have support for RTC time ?
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00:49<chealer>naudiz: uh, Linux 2.6.18 does support RTC-s.
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00:50<tsai_>anybody know about mythtv for debian etch?
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00:52<naudiz>chealer hwclock clocks times out while trying to get my sysem time so my system time is never right and I can't use ntp because this is a laptop that is not always connected to the internet so I need my BIOS clock to be used
00:52<chealer>!tell tsai_ about mythtv
00:53<naudiz>/bin/sh: hwclock: command not found
00:53<naudiz> hwclock --hctosys
00:54<naudiz>select() to /dev/rtc to wait for clock tick timed out
00:55<naudiz>chealer: maybe my BIOS clock is not supported ?
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00:55<tsai_>where is the pastebin for this chat room located? want to post some errors
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00:56<chealer>!tell tsai_ about paste
00:57<chealer>naudiz: no idea. Google may be helpful.
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00:58<jm_>Debian kernels have RTC support enabled, at least for 686 kernel (as module)
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01:03<tsai_>i'm using debian etch 4.0 and trying to install mythtv. When I do mythfilldatabase i get: Any idea as to what I should do>
01:03<hidox><hidox> algun chucha de su madre sabe esta huevada o no ??
01:06<dpkg>Hispanohablantes: Por favor usen #debian-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda. Spanish Speakers: Please use #debian-es, there you will get much more help.
01:09<djuLoq>hidox, ante que te cases miro lo que haces; este canal es por profesonales gracias
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01:13<naudiz>chealer: yep I found the fix on google
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01:15<hidox>habla bien primero culiado
01:16<hidox>aprende español
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01:18<chealer>hidox: unless you have something to write about Debian in English, be quiet.
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01:32<loserbar>hey does anyone know how long debian-unofficial has been down?
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01:33<mic>can anyone help with a php problem?
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01:46<_spOOn_>Incompatible medium installed -- (asc=0x30, ascq=0x00)
01:46<_spOOn_>cant seem to use blank dvds
01:46<_spOOn_>any ideas?
01:47<Le_Vert>matshita ?
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01:48<_spOOn_>DVDR/RW +-
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02:16<niru>I want to do net install for the cd image that i just create
02:16<niru>I have the codename as "pango" etc
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02:33<burwaco>hello everyone
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02:40<Tiamat13>does anyone have the link where i can download rwwrtwin ...
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02:41<Tiamat13>sup Imposible_gUrL
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03:03<burwaco>what the... how does this work ?
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03:04<Belisarivs>hi all
03:04<Belisarivs>Is there someone experienced with usplash?
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03:06<kmap>Belisarivs: I am not a usplash expert, but wanted to know: why did you prefer it over bootsplash
03:06<Belisarivs>Because bootsplash requires patching of kernel
03:07<Belisarivs>I have no problem with it. I compile own, but I have to look for patches containing also ck patchset. Shame that Con ceased work on them.
03:07<kmap>Belisarivs: Agreed. But bootsplash also can beautify your ttys.
03:07<kmap>Belisarivs: . But, if you don't compile your kernel, usplash is probable the way to go
03:07<Belisarivs>I compile own, but I have to look for patches containing also ck patchset.
03:08<kmap>Belisarivs, OK
03:08<Belisarivs>Actually, i don't have to, but I'd like to.
03:08<kmap>Belisarivs: Why did he stop making the cks?
03:08<kmap>Belisarivs: OK, got the web page
03:09<Belisarivs>Because he got angry, that his work wasn't implemented and CFS actually reinvented wheel.
03:09<kmap>Belisarivs: OK
03:09<bcochofel>Hi, I'm trying to install php4-sybase but I'm getting an error because I have php4-common...+etch3 and I need php4-common...+etch1. How can I solve this?
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03:10<bcochofel>I don't have nor php4-common...+etch1 nor php4-sybase...+etch3 on my list of debs
03:10<jm_>by making sure you're installing php4-sybase from s.d.o
03:10<bcochofel>jm_: Ok, how can I do that?
03:10<jm_>bcochofel: /msg dpkg security
03:11<bcochofel> /msg dpkg security
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03:11<burwaco>hello all, I installed etch from a netcd on my laptop, after reboot I don't have wireless lan, does anyone know how to help me ?
03:12<kmap>burwaco, Depending on what card you have, you may need ndiswrapper
03:12<Belisarivs>BTW, it seems, that bootsplash de is hone.
03:12<burwaco>kmap, I have a Socket 0 Bridge: [yenta_cardbus] (bus ID: 0000:00:08.0)
03:12<burwaco>Socket 0 Device 0: [hostap_cs] (bus ID: 0.0)
03:13<burwaco>It's a pcmcia dlink card
03:13<kmap>burwaco, Could you somehow find the name?
03:13<kmap>burwaco, OK
03:13<burwaco>I did the netinstall with it, but after reboot I don't get dhcp offers anymore...
03:14<kmap>burwaco, Oh. What does /sbin/ifconfig tell you?
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03:14<burwaco>hold on, I need to get that from the other pc...
03:14<bcochofel>jm_: thx very mutch
03:15<jm_>bcochofel: no worries
03:15<burwaco>kmap, where do I dump it ?
03:15<kmap>burwaco, Just tell me if wlan0/eth0 are found
03:15<Belisarivs>burwaco, I have some experience installing dlink.\
03:15<bcochofel>jm_: byt the way, what's does s.d.o. mean?
03:16<burwaco>kmap, wlan0 remaps to eth1...
03:16<jm_>bcochofel: or or maybe something other too
03:16<burwaco>and eth1 gets a weirg hw address
03:16<jm_>ahh wrong, it's
03:16<bcochofel>jm_: thx
03:16<Belisarivs>it is pretty crappy wifi which doesn't contain own firmware. You must use hostap driver, blacklist orinoco driver and download firmware
03:16<jm_>bcochofel: see above as well
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03:17<burwaco>Belisarivs, did you have the same problem ?
03:17<Belisarivs>I got D-Link D-520 working on Ubuntu. Therefore it could be similar for you.
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03:18<burwaco>Belisarivs, yes, it works on ubuntu, but I'd like to get it to work on etch....
03:18<burwaco>I get errors like "eth1: unknown hardware address type 801"
03:19<Belisarivs>Then download hostap driver and rest is same.
03:19<Belisarivs>did you blacklist orinoco driver?
03:19<burwaco>Belisarivs, I think the hostap driver is on it right now...
03:20<burwaco>Socket 0 Bridge: [yenta_cardbus] (bus ID: 0000:00:08.0)
03:20<burwaco>Socket 0 Device 0: [hostap_cs] (bus ID: 0.0)
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03:21<Belisarivs>And did you download and set firmware in /etc/networking/options?
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03:21<burwaco>Belisarivs, how do I do that ?
03:21<Belisarivs>Also, some version of firmware is reported to be corrupt.
03:22<burwaco>Belisarivs, how commes everything worked fine during install, and not after?
03:22<alex__>anyone have any experience with vmware + smoothwall/ipcop/monowall?
03:23<Belisarivs>Aha, you installed whole system via netinstall and after rebooting it no longer works? Weird.
03:23<burwaco>Belisarivs, thx, I'll be reading that for a while...
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03:24<serge>Hello! I'm trying to automate Deb Etch installation process. Now I'm creating preseed file. I've read decent piece of doc on about this subject, but there is only example of such file which mentions to install from the net. I need to install from DVD. Can anybody give me an example of the preseed directives to install from dvd?
03:25<Belisarivs>Btw, you didn't say what type do you have. It could ease search a lot.
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03:26<smash>hello everyone.
03:26<smash>I used ndiswrapper to install the driver for my wireless ethernet. Now how can i make the setup load automaticallly in the boot up.
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03:26<kmap>smash: IIRC adding ndiswrapper to /etc/modules loads the kernel module on bootup
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03:27<jm_>serge: it's in d-i Wiki
03:27<kmap>smash, Also, I don't recall, there's some command line option in ndiswrapper which does this for you (-m?)
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03:27<smash>kmap. i tried it but not working
03:28<smash>kmap i did ndiswrapper -m then i went for adding ndiswrapper in /etc/modules. but again not getting
03:29<jm_>serge: and in installation manual too
03:29<kmap>smash: Sorry, can't figure it out!
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03:31<smash>kmap: every thing i have done as you said but... even the ip is not setting. i can't ping
03:31<Belisarivs>So, ehm, could someone help me with usplash?
03:31<kmap>smash: Hey, have you set the needful in /etc/network/interfaces?
03:32<bcochofel>Where can I find the pkg_config ?
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03:33<smash>when i set the interfaces the ip set. but again i can't ping.
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03:35<kmap>smash: Do you use DHCP?
03:36<smash>no. we set the ip static
03:36<kmap>smash: Oh, OK.
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03:48<bcochofel>Hi, I need some help to config my sound. My lspci output is 04:01.0 Audio device: VIA Technologies, Inc. VIA High Definition Audio Controller (rev 10)
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03:49<bcochofel>I don't know how to check if I have this installed or not but I don't have any mixer output on my gkrellm vol plugin
03:49<suiside>can you start alsamixer from a terminal?
03:50<jMCg>dpkg -l | grep
03:50<dpkg>No packages found matching | grep
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03:51<bcochofel>suiside: alsamixer: function snd_ctl_open failed for default: No such device
03:52<suiside>bcochofel: okay, you need to load the kernel module for your audio device
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03:52<bcochofel>suiside: never done that under debian
03:53<jm_>bcochofel: run dpkg-reconfigure linux-sound-base
03:53<bcochofel>suiside: I come from suse where everything happens behind the scenes and one don't learn a thing about it
03:53<bcochofel>jm_: ALSA || OSS ?
03:54<bcochofel>jm_: only that?!! Cool
03:55<jm_>!alsa checklist
03:55<dpkg>alsa-checklist is probably 1) run alsaconf as root user 2) add your user to the 'audio' group (log out and log again in) 3) use alsamixer and make sure levels are up and it is unmuted 4) arts or esound stopped? 5) OSS modules unloaded? 6) speakers on? 7) modprobe snd-pcm-oss 8) does `cat /dev/urandom > /dev/dsp` work for root?
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03:58<bcochofel>jm_: your the best. one more thing, I always get confused adding a user to a group. can I use adduser --group audio ?
03:58<jm_>bcochofel: "/msg dpkg audio" tells you how to do that
03:58<suiside>bcochofel: 'gpasswd -a user group'
03:59<jm_>bcochofel: ohh it doesn't, use adduser the syntax is in the man page
04:00<niru>jm_, I have an iso image
04:00<niru>I want to do netinstall of that 6.1MB netboot image
04:00<niru>I have the codename as "pango" instead of etch or testing
04:01<niru>will my netinstall work
04:01<bcochofel>jm_, suiside : thx both for all your help
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04:02<lesya>can't connect nokia 3220 to PC through COM-cable. Tried to start MOBILedit! under Wine, but it doesn't see COM.
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04:09<bcochofel>jm_, suiside : my sound appears on my gkrellm plugin now
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04:23<kintaro0e>hi all, how can i make static ip on my wireless access, i use network manager applet?
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04:32<k-man_>i have a usb dual dvb-t tuner, but only one of the tuners shows up in /dev/dvb
04:33<k-man_>any ideas how I might track down why?
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04:39<Deane>Hey all. Wonder if I could get a hand from someone. Got a new DELL SC440 with a broadcomm NIC.
04:40<Deane>I've updated my kernel, and it's just not liking this NIC. The old DELL SC430 is fine.
04:41<petemc>i use bnx2 for the broadcom nics in my dells
04:41<jMCg>Deane: define 'not liking', in the context of software, please.
04:41<twb>I want to automate or partially automate installation and configuration of a "base" Debian deployment for hosts which will then be deployed at customer sites. Is FAI useful in this case, or do I simply want preseeding?
04:41<Deane>pcimodules says I need to use TG3, modprobed that and still can't get eth0 up. Says it's an unknown device. but dmesg | grep eth0 gives me the impression that it's there
04:41<Deane>jMCg: sorry :P Basically ifup says eth0 is an unknown device.
04:42<petemc>Deane: what does lspci say about your nic?
04:42<Deane>It finds ti
04:42<petemc>oh, thats useful
04:42<Deane>Broadcomm 95754 I think. Checking exact now
04:42<Deane>(gotta run to server room)
04:43<twb>Boo broadcom. Boo, hiss.
04:43<Deane>Broadcom NetXtreme BCM9754
04:44<Deane>It does say it's a PCI Express NIC. So not sure if that affects anything
04:46<Deane>Tried to modprobe bnx2, but that doesn't help.
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04:49<petemc>Deane: google knows nothing of a broadcom nic by that name
04:49<petemc>unless my google is teh b0rken
04:49<twb>Deane: what is the exact output of lspci | grep Ethernet
04:49<twb>petemc: it is, but that's an unrelated issue
04:50<Deane>Argh.. 5754
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04:50<Deane>Not 9754
04:50<Deane>I'm going to try recompile the TG3 driver from broadcom's site.
04:51<twb>No way would I trust vendor drivers
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04:51<Deane>Googling around someone suggests you should alias eth0 to tg3...
04:51<Deane>8. Do this :
04:51<Deane>insmod tg3.ko
04:51<Deane>vim /etc/modprobe.d/aliases
04:51<Deane>Add a line : alias eth0 tg3
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04:51<Deane>Does that sound right?
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04:52<Deane>What I don't get is that dmesg clearly shows eth0 as a device. I get eth0: Tigon3....
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04:53<Deane>Lemme dump the lspci stuff to my USB key. Then I can paste it exactly
04:56<Deane>eth0: Tigon3 [partno(BCM95754) rev b002 PHY(5787)] (PCI Express) 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet 00:1a:a0:20:46:f5
04:56<Deane>eth0: RXcsums[1] LinkChgREG[0] MIirq[0] ASF[0] WireSpeed[1] TSOcap[1]
04:56<Deane>eth0: dma_rwctrl[76180000] dma_mask[64-bit]
04:56<Deane>That was dmesg... this is lspci...
04:56<Deane>04:00.0 Ethernet controller: Broadcom Corporation NetXtreme BCM5754 Gigabit Ethernet PCI Express (rev 02)
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05:02<dli>Deane, what kernel version?
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05:06<leo>hi anybody with newt programming skills?
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05:09<alex_>anyone have any experience with vmware + smoothwall/ipcop/monowall?
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05:11<Deane>dli: To be exact : Linux edussserver 2.6.21-2-486 #1 Wed Jul 11 03:17:09 UTC 2007 i686 GNU/Linux
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05:16<rubia>ahi algien
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05:17<dli>Deane, try the newest stable kernel from
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05:19<Deane>Sorry to be so... amature, but how do I change my kernel/
05:19<Deane>Gotta recompile it from scratch right?
05:20<dli>Deane, yes
05:20<Deane>Gonna do it at home though
05:20<dli>Deane, read this:
05:22<Deane>*nod* I found that earlier. Tried to compile the src myself. I guess I should try convert the RPM to a deb?
05:23<dli>Deane, what?
05:23<dli>kexbar, this is an English-only channel
05:23<dli>!tell kexbar about cn
05:23<kexbar>:-( ok, sorry!
05:23<Deane>Ah. Ok so looks like the new kernel should fix it.
05:24<Deane>Weird that 2.6.21 didn't
05:24<Deane>The most bizarre thing is it does get modprobed
05:24<Deane>It comes up saying eth0 : Tigon3
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05:24<dli>Deane, yes, try 2.6.22 kernel first, if doesn't solve the problem, you may have to build ubuntu kernel
05:25<Deane>*cry* kk :P
05:25<Deane>thx guys
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05:28<linux-fox>hello , everyone
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05:33<linux-fox>who use shoerwall as the firewall
05:34<JasonS>linux-fox: best just ask your real question and be patient
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05:36<linux-fox>JasonS: please , i only study shorewall for a moment
05:36<linux-fox>i use it as my router
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05:39<pharm>Is epiphany borked in etch?
05:41<dli>!tell pharm about ask
05:42<pharm>OK. After updating my etch install this morning, epiphany dies with: ** (epiphany-browser:22950): WARNING **: An error occured while calling remote method: Did not receive a reply. ...
05:42<linux-fox>i only install the dhcp and shorewall in my router with pc , otherwise , i donot understand
05:43<pharm>Any suggestions appreciated.
05:43<pharm>(epiphany never gets to even put up a window btw.)
05:44<dli>pharm, what's your epiphany version? " dpkg -s epiphany "
05:44<pharm>dpkg -s epiphany-browser ... Version: 2.14.3-6
05:44<dpkg>You Fool! epiphany-browser ... Version: 2.14.3-6 is installed!
05:45[~]pharm waves to dpkg
05:45<pharm>Version: 2.14.3-6
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05:46<pharm>maybe I need to log out & in again?
05:46<dli>pharm, if you are running gnome, try that
05:46<pharm>worth a go. back in bit...
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05:49<pharm>OK. That seems to have fixed it.
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05:52<monra>i want to copy an iso file to a Cd
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05:53<djuLoq>Pharm, would you say that you rebooted and experienced an instance of epiphany?
05:53<monra>but k3b doesn't find my cdrw device
05:53<djuLoq>monra; many tools, including k3b burning utility can do....oooo yeah
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05:54<monra>djuLoq, what devices should I add from /dev/
05:54<dli>monra, just in case, do: modprobe ide-cd
05:54<monra>i tried /dev/cdrom and some similars but no sucess
05:54<monra>dli, where should i do this?
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05:55<dli>monra, as root, run " modprobe ide-cd " , restart k3b
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05:58<monra>thanks worked
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06:00<dli>monra, one tip, always choose "verify data" in k3b. so you won't be asking how to write it correctly, later
06:00<monra>oh, ok
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06:08<blaheva>whats an easy way to run the xorg configuration in debian?
06:08<pharm>djuLoq: That's terrible. (Although I didn't reboot: just logged out and in again...)
06:09<gsimmons>!tell blaheva -about drxx
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06:17<Rajohan`Linux>how can i chmode a folder to 701?
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06:17<monra>hello again
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06:18<monra>guys, I ruined my GCC and now i cannot do much. when i try compiling a program i see stdio.h not found
06:18<monra>any ideas how to reinstall GCC
06:18<manphiz>monra, apt-get install build-essential
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06:19<gsimmons>Rajohan`Linux: 'chmod 701 folder'
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06:19<monra>W: You may want to run apt-get update to correct these problems
06:19<monra>E: Couldn't find package build-essential
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06:19<dli>monra, try: apt-get install kernel-package
06:20<monra>i fixed the sources.list and now the first command works.. i think.. installing right now
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06:27<monra>thanks guys
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06:48<torti->hi after 'apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade" i get "The following packages have been kept back: file libfreetype6 libkrb53 libmagic1" how do i fix this?
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06:50<Cave`>maybe apt-get autoremove
06:53<jm_>!kept back
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06:53<dpkg>kept back is probably when packages have not been upgraded, even though newer versions are available, because it cannot resolve dependencies for the newer version, or when you told it to hold packages, or when you used "upgrade" instead of "dist-upgrade". The safest way to resolve this is perhaps to 'apt-get -s install <kept-package>' and see why it wasn't automatically upgrading the package
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06:58<monra>hey guys. I'm interested in installing the apropriate librarires in g++ to have vectors, lists and so in, I mean the STL library
06:58<monra>any ideas what should i do?
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06:59<manphiz>monra, after 'apt-get install build-essential' you've already got all of them.
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06:59<monra>really? thanks
06:59<monra>let me try ! :)
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07:06<frank>monra: in etch it's libstdc++6-4.1-dev
07:06<monra>i got sarge
07:06<frank>which is a dependency of g++-4.1
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07:07<frank>so i guess installing g++ gives you what you need
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07:09<frank>sarge is libstdc++5-3.3-dev
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07:25<ranix>hey all, I'm having trouble with XFCE4. I'm trying to run a script at login, but it looks like my saved session is overriding like everything (it sucks). How do I make XFCE4 run a script at login even when starting a saved session?
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07:27<monra>anyway. does anybody have an idea how to make my speakers make sounf?
07:27<ranix>apt-get install alsa alsatools alsa-utils
07:27<ranix>then, run alsaconf
07:28<ranix>then reboot
07:28<petemc>alsaconf shouldnt need a reboot
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07:28<ranix>it does need users to log back in, however
07:29<ranix>as it adds the audio group if it doesn't already exist (which chances are it doesn't)
07:29<petemc>that should be done automagically, but ok..
07:29<petemc>at install time
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07:30<ranix>users won't have access to new group ownership until the next login
07:30<ranix>at least, this is how I understand it
07:30<jm_>wrong, they can easily use newgrp/sg
07:31<ranix>ah, I didn't know about newgrp
07:32<twb>Yes, changes to secondary groups do no take effect until the next login
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07:32<torti->solved it ([13:48:51] <torti-> hi after 'apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade" i get "The following packages have been kept back: file libfreetype6 libkrb53 libmagic1" how do i fix this?) - it was an old sarge system, after upgrade to etch all was fine - thx anyway for the help
07:32<twb>That is, changes do not affect existing logins
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07:33<twb>ranix: re xfce4, I just use an .Xclients script to start stuff
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07:49<monra>ranix.. i got these: apt-get install alsa alsatools alsa-utils
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07:49<monra>Package alsa is a virtual package provided by:
07:49<monra> alsa-base 1.0.14-1
07:49<monra>You should explicitly select one to install.
07:49<monra>E: Package alsa has no installation candidate
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07:49<kmap>monra: Get alsa-base and alsa-utils
07:49<kmap>monra: sudo apt-get install alsa-base alsa-utils
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07:55<alex_>does debian etch or sarge have good wireless support?
07:55<alex_>havent touched it yet, but im thinking about it
07:57<monra>kmap, i got the same error
07:58<kmap>monra: Strange... that shouldn't happen
07:58<monra>it did ;)
07:58<kmap>monra: What happens if you just do apt-get install alsa-base?
07:59<monra>0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 888 not upgraded.
07:59<kmap>monra: Now, did you try apt-get install alsa-utils?
07:59<kmap>monra: Rather, now try apt-get install alsa-utils
08:00<monra>the same
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08:01<kmap>monra: See if alsaconf is already there
08:01<SixF9>is there a way to tell "apt-file update" to display a status?
08:02<kmap>monra: Just type alsaconf, or whereis alsaconf
08:02<SixF9>monra: or type "alsa" and TAB
08:02<SixF9>(but as root)
08:02<kmap>SixF9: No, alsaconf is not to be run as root if the user is in the audio group
08:02<monra>yes it is there
08:03<kmap>monra: Great!
08:03<kmap>monra: Now, log out and log back in
08:03<monra>and then will my speakers work?
08:03<kmap>monra: and run alsaconf to set your volumes
08:03<kmap>monra: Can't promise that! :-)
08:03<SixF9>kmap: its loads the kernel modules magically then?
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08:03<kmap>SixF9: Oh, no!
08:03<kmap>monra: Wait
08:04<southernc>anyone know how to configure postfix to send mail through a different port and to authenticate >?
08:04<kmap>SixF9: Recommend a reboot?
08:04<SixF9>oh dear
08:04<kmap>SixF9: I don't know what to modprobe
08:05<SixF9>alsaconf loads the kernel modules. and i asked how it loads them if you dont run it as root
08:05<kmap>SixF9: Oh, I guess you are right
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08:05<kmap>SixF9: Sorry for the goofup
08:05<SixF9>no harm done :)
08:05<kmap>monra: sudo alsaconf it is! :-)
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08:16<hatoon>alguem aqui fala portugues
08:16<dpkg>Este canal é apenas em inglês. Por favor, use #debian-br (/j #debian-br) para ajuda em portugues.
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08:17<hatoon>stew, tu saca portugues
08:17<SamuraiDio>hatoon, debian-br, lingua oficial aqui é inglês
08:17<stew>hatoon: english only in here please, if you want to speak portuguese: /j #debian-br
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08:18<SamuraiDio>hi, recently, most of my cd records are being wrong and the disc become unusable... i use k3b with wodim 1.1.2-1
08:18<SamuraiDio>some clues?
08:20<SamuraiDio>i just updated wodim to testing (1.1.6-1) to try if it resolves...
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08:21<SixF9>SamuraiDio: how old is the drive that you use to burn?
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08:22<SamuraiDio>it has one year, so so
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08:23<SixF9>SamuraiDio: since i cant see a related bug to that problem i would investigate if a hardware problem causes this
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08:26<SamuraiDio>yeah, maybe...
08:27<SamuraiDio>it there some other recording tool to gnu? it would be the only way i can test my hardware...
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08:28<SixF9>SamuraiDio: there is graveman e.g.
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08:29<twb>I blame daihatsu
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08:50<southernc>whats the command for apt-get to reinstall the configs ?
08:50<dpkg>the reason you have to use dpkg --force-confmiss is because whenever your config files are gone, dpkg assumes you deleted them on purpose, and that you want them to stay deleted. You can also reinstall them using the following apt-get line: apt-get -o DPkg::Options::="--force-confmiss" --reinstall install <packagename>
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09:13<kop>What's the right way to set memory limits for my daemons? Manually hack the /etc/init.d/ scripts? (*bleh*)
09:14<kop>(That'd be to put ulimit commands in them.)
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09:20<rmaj>are you aware that polish fonts do not work in debian nor ubuntu for over a year?
09:20[~]rmaj is surprised noone fixes that
09:20<formorer>did you submitted a bug report?
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09:25<jungla>hi, how can I start cupsd on startup?
09:25<rmaj>formorer: not yet, but its really strange, no one of thousad users did it?
09:25<rmaj>jungla: perhaps rcconf as root
09:25<formorer>dunno, I never used polish fonts :)
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09:27<jungla>rmaj: tnks, but why it is not on the list?
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09:30<rmaj>juliank: I dunno
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09:34<jungla>about cupsd, linking cupsd to init.d doesn't work, what should I link?
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09:35<kop>jungla : /etc/init.d/cupsd (See also update-rc.d)
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09:36<kop>jungla : It might also have something to do with lpd for backwards compatibility....
09:36<jungla>ok, but it says something like: start is an invalid parameter, try -f to start on foreground
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09:38<bcochofel>Hi, is there a way to put x-lite icon on the icon bar of fluxbox?
09:38<gsimmons>jungla: Do you have 'cupsys' installed? This would have provided you with /etc/init.d/cupsys.
09:38<kop>jungla : I'm running sarge, and have something called cupsys in /etc/init.d/ You'll just have to look at your /etc/init.d/ and perhaps read the desc at the top of the script.
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09:41<jungla>ok, I have cupsys, and it start on boot. It also contain path of cupsd...
09:42<jungla>nut I don't see cupsys on rcconf list
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09:48<ranix>Hey guys, I use SSH a lot, and I need my terminals to have Unicode support. Does anyone know of any X terminal emulators like aterm or eterm that have unicode support? Aterm/Eterm are useless to me, but I like the way they look and the things they do
09:49<stew>ranix: urxvt or uxterm
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09:49<ranix>yeah I'm using uxterm now but it doesn't seem to do anything nifty like transparency or cool backgrounds
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09:51<stew>ranix: iirc urxvt would do a background pixmap
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09:53<ranix>thanks Stew, rxvt might work
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09:54<Dirtyworks>anyone know how i can configure sendmail so that when i send an email out from my box through my isp's smtp server it shows up as and not
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09:56<Hotaru>Dirtyworks: masquerade_as ..
09:56<Hotaru>Dirtyworks: and genericstable
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09:58<Dirtyworks>my masquerade_as is set to
09:59<ranix>rc urxvt would do a background pixmap
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09:59<ranix><ranix> thanks Stew, rxvt might work
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10:03<piju>where can i suscribe debian mailing list ?
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10:14<ranix>Does anyone know what the format for geometry is in rxvt's pixmap option?
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10:14<ranix>i.e. backgroundPixmap:path[;geometry]
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10:46<joaojbarros>tem alguem que fala portugues ai??????
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10:47<dpkg>Esse canal e apenas em ingles. Por favor, use #debian-br (/j #debian-br) para ajuda em portugues.
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11:09<|dennis|>Greetings: before install begins, is there an option i can pass to the installer ,for it to not to use debian's default server for security updates, i want it to use my own internal one, we have over 100 machines, and going to the web to download every time is eating bandwidth..
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11:11<|dennis|>i tried editing the sources.list file under the /target/etc/apt fs but looks like it loads that info before..
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11:45<abeld>Hi! I have a new install of etch on hdc2. In /boot/grub/menu.lst the correspoding line says "root (hd1,1)". The output of "grub-install /dev/hda" contains "(hd1) /dev/hdc". However, grub will only boot if I manually correct (hd1,1) to (hd0,1). Any ideas what might be causing this?
11:46<valdyn>abeld: do a --recheck
11:46<valdyn>abeld: grub-install --recheck
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11:48<naudiz>Should I install package updates that are not authenticated ? Is that too much of a security risk ?
11:48<abeld>doing "grub-install --recheck /dev/hda" shows "(hd1) /dev/hdc" and /dev/hda as (hd0) (as expected). What should I do next?
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11:52<miksuh>naudiz: updates? you have installed something already then?
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11:53<Wei>hi, guys, i am new with irc, so can anyone tell me, how can i list the servers with command? thanks
11:54<miksuh>do you mean channels?
11:54<miksuh>you can't list irc-servers
11:54<Wei>ok, thanks, miksuh
11:54<Wei>i mean irc-servers
11:54<naudiz>miksuh: no I didn't install the updates yet -- they could contain malicious code since it's not authenticated
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11:55<miksuh>Wei: you can't do that
11:55<Wei>o ja
11:56<abeld>valdyn, any other ideas?
11:56<miksuh>naudiz: yeah but you have installed earlier version, if you are now updating something?
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11:57<naudiz>gnome shows automatic updates as an orange square with a star in the middle it says I have 20 updates waiting
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12:17<dinah_ronja>hallo ist da jemandß
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12:18<dinah_ronja>wie gehts?
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12:19<ronja_dinah>hello where are here?
12:19<ronja_dinah>wer isch do?
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12:21<dpkg>de is probably deutschsprachige Hilfe bekommt ihr in (auf und - German speaking users please go to (on and freenode)
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12:21<stew>ronja_dinah: if you have a debian related question to ask in english, just ask. if you want to speak german, go to
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12:24<dpkg>Pour l'aide en francais, veuillez aller aux canaux #debian-fr sur ou French users: for help in french, please go to #debian-fr on or
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12:26<dpkg>somebody said dk was Hvis du vil tale dansk og få hjælp til debian, skriv /join in your irc client, also the country Denmark
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12:27<debiantion>!say a
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12:41<debiantion>!say hello i'm a bot :)
12:41<dpkg>hello i'm a bot :)
12:41<pythbot1992364>hello i'm a bot :)
12:41<jakeriver>plz :)
12:41<CloseCall>small question, who can i see which glib version i am using ?
12:41<dpkg>try /quit
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12:41<debiantion>its alive!!
12:41<kmap>CloseCall: dpkg -l libglib2.0-0
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12:43<kmap>CloseCall: Welcome. pkg-config is the more elegant distro independent way, but I forgot how to use it
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12:46<kurumin>google talk
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12:58<debiantion> why sending "QUIT bye\r\n" to the server is not working?
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12:59<EmleyMoor>My keyboard no longer types the English pound sign in xterms and OpenOffice - though I find I can still type it in qemus, I only get a 3 in xterms and OpenOffice
12:59<EmleyMoor>Why would that be?
13:00<mjk>EmleyMoor: Is that the only key affected?
13:00<EmleyMoor>It certainly seems to be the only key affected
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13:01<guillaume>hello all, anyone can help me with glx pb under nvidia prorpietary driver with lenny ?
13:01<EmleyMoor>Ah, another key is affected - the backtick key no longer gives its shifted character either
13:02<mjk>EmleyMoor: Could be a different keymap the major difference of which are these two keys.
13:03<EmleyMoor>mjk: I'd like to try outside X but for some reason I can't switch out either
13:03<mjk>Hmm ... I can only find /etc/console/boottime.kmap.gz
13:03<mjk>EmleyMoor: Ctrl-Alt-Fn doesn't work?
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13:04<EmleyMoor>No, it doesn't - it generates characters rather than switching
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13:04<dpkg>Hispanohablantes: Por favor usen #debian-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda. Spanish Speakers: Please use #debian-es, there you will get much more help.
13:04<mjk>EmleyMoor: As root, "chvt <console number>" would work.
13:04<mjk>EmleyMoor: You should have a look in /etc/X11/xorg.conf
13:05<mjk>EmleyMoor: Section "InputDevice", Driver "kbd". There's the keyboard model and layout.
13:05<EmleyMoor>I get pound signs OK there
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13:05<mjk>EmleyMoor: Okay, it's most likely xorg.conf, I think.
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13:06<EmleyMoor>Could having one letter the wrong case in the XkbLayout setting cause it?
13:07<mjk>EmleyMoor: Possibly, I don't know. I have "de" as layout, so I'd suggest lower-case only.
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13:07<EmleyMoor>I had uK for some reason... have changed it to uk and will bring it into effect next time I'm not doing anything it will affect
13:07<mjk>EmleyMoor: I'd even say: Very likely, because the layout name is probably part of a keyboard map file name, and Linux FSs are case-sensitive.
13:07<EmleyMoor>XkbRules should be xorg, yes?
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13:08<mjk>EmleyMoor: At least that's what I got.
13:08<mjk>EmleyMoor: XkbModel is pc102 here.
13:08<EmleyMoor>pc105 is right for this one
13:08<mjk>EmleyMoor: If you have a Windows keyboard, it's probably pc104 or pc105.
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13:09<ranix>so I'm running exim4, and it's logging about 10 days worth of logs in /var/log/exim4/. I would prefer it log 20 days, but I can't for the life of me find any information about how to change the preservation of log files for exim4. How do I increase the number of saved logs in /var/log/exim4 from 10 days to 20 days?
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13:13<mjk>Bad nick for this channel. ;-)
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13:14<Guest78>didn't look at it
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13:15<Guest78>my new grfix card works with Knopix would it work on debian as well
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13:16<guillaume>Guest78: what's your card ?
13:16<EmleyMoor>Guest78: It ought but what is it?
13:16<Guest78>ati radion x1550
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13:18<jean>boa tarde
13:18<dpkg>Este canal é apenas em inglês. Por favor, use #debian-br (/j #debian-br) para ajuda em portugues.
13:18<mjk>(Just a guess)
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13:19<fxiny>hmmm ;)
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13:23<fxiny>oh nice : icewilly fix upgrade
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13:31<dpkg>Este canal é apenas em inglês. Por favor, use #debian-br (/j #debian-br) para ajuda em portugues.
13:31<fxiny>that was too easy :)
13:31<mjk>fxiny: ;-)
13:31<mjk>caio: No problem.
13:31<EmleyMoor>I'd like to change over from what I'm currently using to the standard Gnome desktop sometime but that's a project for later I guess
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13:32<Fattihvalos>evening people
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13:35<fxiny>what ? am i running xmms2 gonzo ?
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13:35<fxiny>i think i'm running gonzo : there is no compilation cli
13:36<fxiny>i want : jekyll
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13:37<Fattihvalos>question: i just succeeded in install debian base system (go me) no x... how do i get on IRC?
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13:38<suiside>Fattihvalos: by using irssi for example
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13:38<EmleyMoor>Fattihvalos: Install an IRC client - like irssi for example
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13:39<Fattihvalos>right... can i do this while im perfoming other operations like opening a new konsol inx
13:39<Fattihvalos>in x
13:40<fxiny>qbit: three flavours , all Dr : Dr.Gonzo Dr.House and Dr.Jekyll
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13:41<EmleyMoor>Fattihvalos: Certainly... run aptitude in an xterm
13:41<Fattihvalos>uhm linux noob here could you elaborate?
13:41<qbit>fxiny, pwhao
13:41<fxiny>Fattihvalos: don't listen to them : just install irssi
13:42<EmleyMoor>Fattihvalos: Running an xterm (or gnome-terminal) is how you do command line stuff in a window in X
13:42<fxiny>qbit: xmms2 rocks
13:42<EmleyMoor>If you run aptitude, you can search its list for irssi and select it...
13:43<qbit>fxiny, have you used amarok?
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13:43<qbit>i hate it... more than anything ... but it works the best for me
13:43<Fattihvalos>yeah.. but i dont have X installed im running pure text... and atm im installing packages can i somehow open another terminal and install irssi from hter
13:43<EmleyMoor>I find Amarok quite good
13:43<EmleyMoor>I used to use zinf
13:43<EmleyMoor>Fattihvalos: If you are installing packages, no - you will have to wait
13:44<EmleyMoor>(unless you picked irssi as one of them anyway)
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13:44<suiside>Fattihvalos: press alt and F'key (F2, F3, F4 etc) to jump to anotherher tty, but you can't have more that one aptitude/apt-get running at once
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13:45<caio>It forgives to ask, but somebody uses bacula backup?
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13:45<Fattihvalos>thanks folks that cleared up a bit :)
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13:46<qbit>fxiny, what front end do you use?
13:46<qbit>for xmms2
13:46<TumaT>Alguem pode me tirar umas duvidas sobre alterar uma distro?
13:47<fxiny>qbit: yes , is ok but is too heavy . i was qyerying medialib.db to see how it classify collections
13:47<fxiny>qbit: front ends ? plain xmms2 , mysql3 cli , nyello and gxmms2
13:47<fxiny>sorry : sql3 lite
13:48<mjk>TumaT: English, please.
13:48<dpkg>Este canal é apenas em inglês. Por favor, use #debian-br (/j #debian-br) para ajuda em portugues.
13:48<fxiny>qbit: Jekyill seems more advanced
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13:48<TumaT>i forget that im not in debian br
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13:49<|dennis|>Greetings: before install begins, is there an option i can pass to the installer ,for it to not to use debian's default server for security updates, i want it to use my own internal one, we have over 100 machines, and going to the web to download every time is eating bandwidth......i tried editing the sources.list file under the /target/etc/apt fs but looks like it loads that info before..
13:50<faderhval>that takes care IRC thanks guys
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13:51<fxiny>qbit: hmmm : xmms2 clear clears nothing (read evidence) : sqlite3 medialib.db select value from media where key="title" ; shows many already deleted mp3
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13:51<qbit>fxiny, what the hell are you talking about?
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13:52<fxiny>qbit: xmms2
13:52[~]qbit has never been more confused in his life
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13:52<fxiny>qbit: xmms2 cleear clears playlist only , but all titles are still in medialib.db
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13:53<qbit>you are talking about running xmms2 commands?
13:53<fxiny>qbit: yes
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13:54<fxiny>qbit: xmms2 radd dir adds files . ok ? if you clear : xmms2 clear it clears a split zero in medialib.db .
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13:56<fxiny>qbit: and : xmms2 coll is not avaiable on etch xmms2 version , i think is on Dr.Jekyill
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13:57<Guest81>hi there!
13:58<Guest81>how do i get the latest package of something from with a script using wget (without linking to a special version)?
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13:58<Fattihvalos>so i've installed discover mdetect read-edid and window-x-sytem and icewm... and according to the guide i used i should be able to startx but i get an error msg saying Fatal server error no screens found?
13:58<fxiny>qbit: yuo can see : timesplayed and laststarted . i want this entries cause i want to use xmms2 in a more efficient way . but coll command is more advanced
13:59<tcsetattr>Guest81, got a problem with apt-get?
14:00<Fattihvalos>how do i configure x so i can start it
14:01<suiside>Fattihvalos: dpkg-reconfigure xorg-base
14:01<Guest81>tcsetattr: no, but i want to write a script that gets the latest madwifi-packages, downloads them to a cd. distri sidux don't come with madwifi because of legal issues. so i need madwifi to install manually without internet connection. i want to do that with a script.
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14:02<tcsetattr>when you say "latest" are you including unstable? experimental? testing?
14:02<suiside>Fattihvalos: sorry, dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
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14:03<Guest81>tcsetattr: unstable, e.g.
14:04<Fattihvalos>hmm command not found
14:04<ranix>getting better at using linux is kind of a double-edged sword
14:04<ranix>on the one hand, you can do an install in 10 minutes that used to take all day
14:04<ranix>on the other hand, when you ask questions in #debian the room goes silent
14:04<mjk>ranix: :-}
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14:05<suiside>Fattihvalos: as root
14:05[~]Fattihvalos blushes
14:05<tcsetattr>if you already found it on then you can easily add it to your sources.list
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14:08<ranix>so, nobody knows how to increase the number of days exim4 keeps logs for?
14:08<Guest81>tcsetattr: as i wrote, i want to download the packages, burn them on cd and then load them on a pc without internet access
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14:09<mjk>ranix: Maybe logrotate is responsible for that.
14:09<JasonS>ranix: tried #exim ?
14:10<tcsetattr>I don't know exim4 but I bet it uses either savelog or logrotate
14:10<fxiny>ranix: should be a logrotate issue . how long you want to keep 'em ?
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14:10<mjk>ranix: I see /etc/logrotate.d/exim4-base
14:10<frank>ranix: take a look at: /etc/logrotate.d/exim-base
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14:10<ranix>thanks guys
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14:11<mjk>ranix: You're welcome. Now you know that you don't know enough yet, as this room isn't silent yet. ;-)
14:12<ranix>It was when I noticed that one of md's extended arguments didn't work :P
14:12<mjk>ranix: ;-)
14:12<ranix>but don't worry, I won't get cocky as long as I still have to ask you guys which manual to read
14:13<fxiny>manual ? exim4 manual is like the bible :P
14:13<ranix>more like the koran amirite
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14:14<tcsetattr>I guess you just want to mirror the pool directory, Guest81
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14:15<fxiny>but nothing compares to man muttrc :P
14:15<Guest81>tcsetattr: hmm, i want to tell wget to get the latest package from, which actually would be
14:15<fxiny>over 4000 lines , heheheh
14:16<Fattihvalos>which mouseport should i use for a regular ps2 mouse?
14:16<tcsetattr>so if you just mirror the entire pool directory you'll always have the latest
14:17<suiside>Fattihvalos: What do you mean?
14:17<EmleyMoor>Fattihvalos: The regular ps2 mouse port, I guess
14:18<Fattihvalos>the xorg confi asks for mouse port /dev/input/mice,psaux,ttySO and so on
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14:19<EmleyMoor>(you need to prefix it appropriate
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14:20<ranix>thanks guys, logrotate was what I was looking for
14:20<ranix>hot stuff
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14:22<ranix>Fattihvalos: you want to use /dev/input/mice for the most part. psaux works if you want to explicitly use the ps2 port, but then if you plug in a usb mouse it won't be recognized as a pointing device
14:22<ranix>(in X)
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14:24<EmleyMoor>ranix: Does using /dev/input/mice allow plugging in of a USB mouse "on the fly" while a PS/2 mouse is also active?
14:24<ranix>EmleyMoor: probably
14:24<Fattihvalos>i tried dev/input/mice was a no go psaux is working but its not that important the box is only for server use :)
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14:25[~]EmleyMoor is almost ready to see if he's fixed his keyboard
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14:26<mjk>EmleyMoor: Why did it take so long? Had applications you didn't want to quit?
14:26<EmleyMoor>mjk: Yes
14:26<EmleyMoor>(a qemu running sid!)
14:26<mjk>EmleyMoor: Nice. It's good that CPU power is affordable by now.
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14:29<EmleyMoor>Damn, no go
14:29<tcsetattr>what's your keyboard problem?
14:30<EmleyMoor>My backtick and 3 keys do not give their shifted characters in X
14:30<mjk>EmleyMoor: Any saliences in /var/log/Xorg.0.log?
14:30<tcsetattr>oh, not anywhere close to the same keyboard problem as mine then
14:31<tcsetattr>xdmodmap -pke | grep grave
14:31<mjk>EmleyMoor: Oh, another possibility: You could have loaded a keymap through your ~/.xinitrc or something.
14:31<EmleyMoor>mjk: Nothing untoward
14:32<EmleyMoor>mjk: And no, I'm not loading one there
14:32<EmleyMoor>" and @ are in the right place
14:32<ranix>is tilde working properly
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14:33<EmleyMoor>~ Yes
14:33<dpkg>really??? wohoo!
14:33<mjk>EmleyMoor: Okay, then it /could/ be a hardware problem (problem of keyboard controller).
14:33<EmleyMoor>mjk: It works outside X
14:33<mjk>EmleyMoor: Oh, I forgot, okay.
14:33<tcsetattr>is tilde not the shifted backquote on your keyboard?
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14:35<ranix>I went through something similar to this last week with volume buttons on a laptop
14:35<mjk>EmleyMoor: You could move your xorg.conf and create a new one (dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg?) to see if it's an xorg.conf problem.
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14:36<ranix>turned out that there was a call to xmodmap in .xinitrc
14:37<ranix>damned if I know what put it there
14:37<mjk>ranix: Probably shrooms.
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14:37<mjk>ranix: ;-)
14:37<mjk>Or alternatively weed.
14:37<ranix>could have been the near-lethal dose of mountain dew
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14:39<ranix>what gives with replacing .Xdefaults with .Xresources
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14:39<ranix>were they on crack, or am I confused
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14:39<mjk>ranix: I dunno ... I know these two files since at least 1993.
14:39<ranix>.Xdefaults seems to not work anymore
14:40<mjk>ranix: In testing, it works perfectly.
14:40<ranix>it might be getting ignored somehow because of my session manager?
14:41<mjk>ranix: Hm, wait ... or is one of the two files to be read by the applications in real-time, while the other has be read by "xrdb -merge" or something?
14:42<tcsetattr>.Xresources is the traditional name for a file that you load with xrdb, thus making those resources available to all X clients that connect to the server; .Xdefaults is loaded by clients directly, so only works for clients on the same host
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14:44<mjk>tcsetattr: Thanks for the explanation! So my memory didn't fail completely ... yet.
14:45<tcsetattr>well, at least my memory agrees with yours. a while ago I tried to find the history of .Xresources and couldn't come up with anything. I just know I've had it for a long time, like you
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14:47<faderhval>as i recall debian or aptitude has an all in one php/apache/mysql server anyone remember what the package name is?
14:48<ranix>.Xresources appears to get loaded automagically by X on startup
14:48<ranix>while .Xdefaults needs to be manually loaded by xrdb
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14:48<ranix>which is opposite what my memory provides
14:49<mjk>ranix: automagically? I'd say there's something like "test -f ~/.Xresources && xrdb ~/.Xresources" in some /etc/X11/xinitrc or whatever.
14:49<ranix>there isn't that I could find, and I hunted
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14:50<mjk>ranix: .Xdefaults don't need xrdb. I've reconfigured my patched xosview by editing that file, and restarting xosview was all I had to do to make it use the changed values.
14:50<mjk>"doesn't", even.
14:50<tcsetattr>that might be what actually changed recently. the loading of .Xresources was added to the default xinitrc, or something.
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14:51<ranix>yeah, on this system running Etch, .Xdefaults is not loaded on startup and .Xresources is
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14:51<ranix>this is maybe a week old install
14:52<tcsetattr>hmm.. strace reveals that things are looking for .Xdefaults-`hostname`
14:52<tcsetattr>and *not* looking for .Xdefaults
14:52<ranix>that's... weird
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14:56<tcsetattr>aha, X(7) reveals that XENVIRONMENT=$HOME/.Xdefaults should take care of it
14:56<tcsetattr>yep, that makes it look there. doesn't matter to me, I always used .Xresources alone anyway :)
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14:57<ranix>I'll just switch to doing .Xresources for that anyway, but man that was nifty
14:57<ranix>confused the piss out of me for like two hours on Friday
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14:57<tcsetattr>_and_ it has the suggestion of using .Xresources too
14:58<ranix>I'd been using .Xdefaults since Potato so when it didn't work I thought I was having a nightmare or something
14:59<tcsetattr>my fuzzy memory is that it used to look for both .Xdefaults and .Xdefaults-hostname. I don't know why it only does one now
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15:02<tcsetattr>checking some old man pages contradicts that fuzzy memory though.
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15:06<ranix>X3: Reunion is getting released for Linux on August 1
15:06<ranix>If any of you guys enjoy having fun and have a modern machine, check it out
15:07<ranix>It's going to give me an excuse to bust out the old joystick
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15:08<tcsetattr>some kind of shoot-em-up game I presume
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15:17<Bolonjovi>hey anyone, i need help on gnome is this the place
15:18<ranix>space sim, tcsetattr
15:18<ranix>instead of asking if you can ask a question, just ask the question Bolonjovi. You'll find that the guys here aren't trolls and will actually answer you if they can, or point you to the right place if they can't
15:18<ranix>it has to be a pretty wild question to not get some kind of useful response
15:19<ranix>(we do expect you to have googled it first)
15:20<Bolonjovi>well ok, gnome refused to shutdown/logoff if one of my ethernet is UP
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15:20<Bolonjovi>so i have put it DOWN first before shutting down
15:20<Bolonjovi>i dont know, maybe there something got todo with avahi something
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15:23<Trashynovel>why, good sirs, wouldn't the lovely debian install not be able to connect to a Belkin router?
15:24<ranix>perhaps because you don't know enough about your router to know anything more than its manufacturer, old chap
15:25<Trashynovel>it looks like its about to fall apart
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15:25<Trashynovel>but we put in the ip address
15:25<ranix>does it do DHCP?
15:25<Trashynovel>and the subnet mask
15:25<rbrito>Hi there.
15:25<Trashynovel>in fact
15:25<ranix>so you edited /etc/network/interfaces properly for a static ip?
15:25<Trashynovel>we've never been able to connect wireless to anything
15:25<ranix>man interfaces has some help on that topic
15:26<ranix>oh, this is wireless?
15:26<Trashynovel>we are web installing
15:26<rbrito>Is there anybody that knows how to make firefox to open a text/pgp page in firefox?
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15:26<rbrito>I like to browse and see the *.changes files there.
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15:26<ranix>the web install doesn't need the internet to complete
15:26<ranix>it's kind of a misnomer
15:27<rbrito>Unfortunately, they are now of type text/pgp and Firefox wants to open them with less.
15:27<Trashynovel>well, we still need the internet
15:27<Ganneff>there is aplugin
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15:27<ranix>select no packages when you get to the deselect portion of the install. You know, where it asks you if you want to install "Desktop" "Laptop" "Web Server", etc.
15:27<Ganneff>that lets you open all stuff within ff
15:27<Fattihvalos>hey guys anybody know where i can find a guide to configure my network with ifcinfig
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15:27<ranix>then when installation is complete, use /etc/network/interfaces to configure the network and select packages manually with deselect or apt
15:28<Ganneff>called openinbrowser
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15:28<Trashynovel>thanks ranix
15:28<rbrito>Ganneff, Thanks. I didn't know it...
15:28<ranix>no prob Trashynovel
15:28<Trashynovel>we'll try that when we next get there
15:28<rbrito>I will try it right now and report back.
15:28<rbrito>Just one moment.
15:28<ranix>you'll find that to be the best way to install Debian whether you have access to the internet on install or not
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15:29<rbrito>Ganneff, is it available only in unstable?
15:29<rbrito>I'm using testing here and I don't seem to have this...
15:29<Ganneff>its available from whatever.mozilla.something
15:29<ranix>hey it's time to go home
15:30<Trashynovel>cya ranix
15:30<Trashynovel>just when I was about to ask another question :p
15:30<Ganneff>normal addon stuff
15:30<rbrito>Ganneff, oh, it's not a Debian package...
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15:30<rbrito>Ganneff, I see...
15:30[~]Ganneff never thought that packaging such addons makes any sense
15:30<rbrito>Perhaps I can packge it into Debian...
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15:31<rbrito>Ganneff, are you sure this is the name?
15:31<rbrito>It isn't in the first page of google hits...
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15:33<Ganneff>rbrito: and searching mozilla addons with google is plain useless
15:33<Ganneff>there is a mozilla addons site for that
15:33<rbrito>Ganneff, I rarely use any extension to firefox...
15:33<Ganneff>well. i have 38 in this ff
15:34<rbrito>I don't even know which would be the useful ones...
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15:35<rbrito>Nice collection of addons, BTW...
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15:38<blarson>What I'd like for iceweasel is a subtracton to get rid of the line with "getting started" and "headlines".
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15:39<blarson>I'd call it a useless line, but that makes it seem better than it is. The only times those links get hit is accedentaly, and it wastes valuable screen real estate.
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15:42<stew>blarson: i'm not sure what you mean? perhaps one of the toolbars that can be disabled via view->toolbars?
15:42<stew>blarson: or else perhaps you can isntall a different theme?
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15:45<blarson>stew: Thanks, it was the "booksmark toolbar". I searched the prefernces for some way to turn of the *&(&^$@ thing many times.
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15:46<blarson>Mozilla seems to be following microsoft's lead in moving things around randomly to irritate users who got used to the old way.
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15:49<dondelelcaro>blarson: heh
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15:54<megapixel>is it true, that the patch to load DSDT from initrd is not integrated in debian etch kernel?
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15:55<Fattihvalos>sigh... im out of ideas i need to configure my network manualy with ifconfig and the results of #ifconfig looke like they should but i have no connection to the internet?? any ideas?
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15:57<blarson>Fattihvalos: Could be a routing problem. Can you get to the local router?
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15:58<tcsetattr>so traceroute -n somewhere and see how far you get
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15:58<blarson>Fattihvalos: Then check "netstat -rn".
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16:00<Fattihvalos>meh traceroute : command not found
16:00<dpkg>*** NEWS FLASH! *** Your box does not come with every app, tool and utility known to debiankind installed already. If you find that the program you've been told to use isn't there, install it. Also ask me about <search>. if someone suggests an application to you, it's highly likely that it's available via apt-get
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16:00<tarzeau>fortune cookie!
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16:01<tcsetattr>traceroute is Priority: important and its description ends with: "Install traceroute if you need a tool for diagnosing network connectivity problems."
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16:02<Fattihvalos>well a bit hard installing with apt-get when i dont have a internet connection :)
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16:04<tcsetattr>doesn't "Priority: important" mean it should be in the default installation? no sense having ifconfig without traceroute unless you're exceptionally over-confident :)
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16:04<tcsetattr>netstat -rn is another nice thing of course
16:05<dondelelcaro>it means it should be in almost everyone's installation, but there's no real such thing as a default install
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16:05<Fattihvalos>well netstat output was: Destination: gateway : genmask flags :U MSS window 0 0 irtt ifAace 0 eth0
16:05[~]dondelelcaro personally is a fan of mtr
16:05<BrianR>does anyone know of a program like morseall which will let me use a single key or two key keyboard to enter text using morse code?
16:06<Fattihvalos>i had a problem under the install with package choosing and i ended up skipping it so i have basicly nothing :)
16:06<SixF9>W: Unable to locate package morseall
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16:07<BrianR>SixF9: Try a quick google search - it plugs into the atk framework to stuff keystrokes into X, but it's somewhat bitrotten :(
16:08<SixF9>you tell _me_ to do a google search? i see
16:08<SixF9>its not packaged for debian. so i can hardly tell you a related package
16:08<tcsetattr>do you not have a default route (Destination with gateway matching the gateway in your /etc/network/interfaces?
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16:09<BrianR>I'd like to package one if I can find one that's not bitrotten...
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16:09<SixF9>whatever bitrotten means
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16:09<BrianR>unmmaintained upstream...
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16:10<SixF9>maybe typing in morse code is not trendy anymore?
16:10<BrianR>hmm.. I'm on the wrong channel.
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16:10<stew>SixF9: it never was, but it is an accessibility issue for some
16:11<tcsetattr>the ultimate hunt-and-peck typist?
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16:11<Fattihvalos>tcsetattr there are no gateway specified in that file
16:12<takt>does anybody know, how I can put starters from my xfce menu into my toolbar?
16:12<Trashynovel>say, for example, that we were trying to net install debian by connecting to an unsecured network; is there any way to force the install to connect with no DCHP?
16:12<dondelelcaro>Trashynovel: with the expert mode, yes.
16:13<dondelelcaro>though using a known hostile network to install is a bad idea
16:13<tcsetattr>Fattihvalos, without a gateway you expect to get onto the Internet?
16:13<Trashynovel>well, we are not experts
16:13<Trashynovel>its our unsecured network
16:13<Trashynovel>its just unsecured for some odd reason
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16:14<Fattihvalos>tcsetattr nope not at all but im very new to linux and im trying my best to setup the darn thing with #route and #ifconfig but its not helping much :)
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16:15<tcsetattr>doing it manually, you need to "route add default gw A.B.C.D" where A.B.C.D is your gateway's IP address.
16:17<Fattihvalos>thank you problem solved :)
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16:20<Lin>hi all
16:21<Lin>there is something better than apt-proxy? I dont fell confortable with this message: exceptions.RuntimeError: TODO: multiple clients not implemented yet
16:22<tcsetattr>hmm... I never saw that happen with apt-proxy, and I'm pretty sure I've had multiple clients use it simultaneously
16:22<Lin>tcsetattr: i have something like 200 clients acessing it. It froze sometimes.. its very annoying.
16:22<tcsetattr>apt-cacher is another apt-proxy'ish thing. Maybe it's better
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16:37<Trashynovel>so, we have grub feeding us an error 21 for a USB drive
16:37<Trashynovel>any suggestions?
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16:41<elhaz_>fro 3 days ago i don't see any update in Debian sid..
16:42<tcsetattr>on what mirror?
16:42<Trashynovel>grub doesn't like my USB drive
16:42<Trashynovel>I swear
16:42<Trashynovel>it actually hates it
16:42<Trashynovel>it ignores it out of spite
16:43<Trashynovel>can anyone help me?
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16:45<tcsetattr>yeah, looks like is taking suckage to a new level
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16:45<tcsetattr>I don't know anything about grub, but your question might attract more attention if you were less vague. What is it, a floppy drive on USB?
16:46<Trashynovel>USB hard drive
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16:46<Trashynovel>Linux is installed on it fine
16:46<tcsetattr>see how far off my guess was :)
16:46<elhaz_>humm i see...
16:46<Trashynovel>but Grub gives us error 21 when we try and try and boot up the laptop
16:47<lupine>Don't suppose any has managed to get eciadsl working under lenny amd64 and can help me out with troubleshooting, can they?
16:47<lupine>s/&/*/ :D
16:48<Trashynovel>I've had a look though bios and I can't find anything that says its sensing th USB drive at all, but the USB drive is still in the Boot Order
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16:48<Trashynovel>and it tries to boot the USB drive fine, and coemes up with German text
16:49<elhaz_>i will try with another mirror.....
16:49<Trashynovel>but the important thing is, to get grub working, or get it out the way to windows can load fine
16:49<Trashynovel>any clearer, tcsetattr?
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16:52<wckdkl0wn>ok i just install feisty ubuntu and did the update.. whatelse should i do on a fresh isntall?
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16:53<elhaz_>go to > #ubuntu :)
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16:53<wckdkl0wn>elhaz_, lmao sry i thought it auto put me in it.. my bad
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17:17<ruslan>Narod!!pomogite pliz!! Kak na debian drava na videokarty postavit"?????
17:18<dpkg>ru is probably Russian speakers, please use (Pogalujsta, zajdite na) (Pazhaluista, zahodite na) #debian-russian @
17:18<ruslan>ok )
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17:29<EmleyMoor>I have reconfigured xserver-xorg but my keyboard still isn't right, with two keys (` and 3) not producing their shifted characters in X
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17:31<EmleyMoor>This is a pain in the neck^Wposterior when writing about money
17:31<tcsetattr>like I said a few hours back, could you run xmodmap -pke|grep grave
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17:32<EmleyMoor>keycode 49 = grave
17:32<tcsetattr>ok, so it's missing the second part.
17:33<EmleyMoor>... and no doubt the bit for AltGr too... and 3 is lacking its shifted and 4 its AltGr'd as well
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17:33<EmleyMoor>So, how do I fix?
17:33<tcsetattr>xmodmap -e 'keysym grave = grave asciitilde'
17:34<tcsetattr>as for how it got that way, I can't guess
17:34<EmleyMoor>Surely its not asciitilde
17:34<tcsetattr>why not?
17:34<EmleyMoor>Isn't that ~?
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17:35<EmleyMoor>Yes, it is - not the right character
17:35<tcsetattr>yeah, the ~ is on top of the ` on every keyboard I've ever seen (at least every keyboard that has a ` key)
17:35<EmleyMoor>No, ~ is on top of #
17:35<tcsetattr>you must be one of them foreigners :)
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17:35<tcsetattr>your keyboard is un-American :)
17:36<EmleyMoor>It's better than an un-English one :)
17:36<streuner>Dont do that doobian
17:36<doobian>I know.
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17:36<tcsetattr>if you'd tell me what result you'd like to see as a result of shift-` then I could dig up the correct command for you. since you haven't said, I'm not going to guess.
17:36<doobian>well, in other news: Slowest ping time goes to MoDaX (11.64s)
17:36<EmleyMoor>Dash with serif on right end
17:36<EmleyMoor>... and broken/thick pipe for AltGr-`
17:37<tcsetattr>Oy! that's not even proper ASCII, you're _really_ foreign
17:37<MoDaX>doobian: wrong
17:37<EmleyMoor>Also, UK pound sign on shift-3 and Euro on AltGr-4
17:38<doobian>MoDaX, Unless thats a set reply.
17:38<tcsetattr>I never heard of a "dash with serif" before. And though I've heard of an "AltGr", I never actually saw one.
17:38[~]tcsetattr goes looking for funky keysyms
17:38<EmleyMoor>tcsetattr: The right Alt key is AltGr - on a US keyboard it may still be marked Alt, but AltGr-E should give you Euro
17:38<MoDaX>doobian: no. but konvi was too busy doing startup /who etc.
17:39<doobian>Aaah, ok.
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17:40<tcsetattr>RightAlt-E in my xterm gives a lowercase A with a circle on it. But we're getting sidetracked...
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17:40<tcsetattr>/usr/include/X11/keysymdef.h is where I'm looking, and the only dashes I see are emdash, endash, and figdash
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17:42<tcsetattr>is it the same as the "not sign", U+00AC?
17:42<EmleyMoor>tcsetattr: It may be
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17:44<tcgetattr>oops, I got disconnected right at the interesting part. What did I miss?
17:44<EmleyMoor>Got"sterling" back
17:44<EmleyMoor>It may be thenot" sign
17:45<tcgetattr>last thing I tried to send before losing it was: "is it the same as the "not sign", U+00AC?"
17:45<EmleyMoor>How do I define the AltGr character for a key?
17:45<EmleyMoor>It may be that
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17:45<EmleyMoor>Yes, it is
17:46<tcgetattr>do you have any keys that are working correctly with altgr? if so, look through the xmodmap -pke output to see how they're defined
17:46<EmleyMoor>No, I don't
17:46<tcgetattr>in what context do you use that "not sign"? is it actually an abbreviation for "not", like the ampersand is an abbreviation for "and"? people write it in the middle of a normal sentence?
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17:47<EmleyMoor>I also can't Ctrl-Alt-Fn out of X
17:47<EmleyMoor>tcgetattr: I haven't used it for years but it is one of the mathematical symbols for a logical "not"
17:47<tcgetattr>sounds like you got a really messed up keyboard map somehow. probably better to find out why and fix that, than try to restore every key's functionality individually
17:47<tcgetattr>ok, only in math papers then, I can buy that
17:47<EmleyMoor>tcgetattr: That's all I *want* to do#
17:49<doobian>Does anyone know how I can get vmware server console to tell me which thread the vm is on the host?
17:49<tcgetattr>what are the "xkb" settings in your xorg.conf
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17:50<tcsetattr>grep -i xkb /etc/X11/*
17:51<EmleyMoor>How do I refer to the Euro sign?
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17:54<tcsetattr>I see "EcuSign" and "EuroSign", don't know what the difference is
17:54<EmleyMoor>I see... still, can't make the AltGr key actually work with it anyway
17:54<tcsetattr>corresponding to "EURO-CURRENCY SIGN" and "EURO SIGN" in unicode.
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17:56<EmleyMoor>I've obviously acquired a hosed keymap from somewhere... getting the right one may be helpfu;
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17:57<tcsetattr>the Xorg.0.log have any complaints? or did we cover that already... I forgot
17:58<EmleyMoor>No complaints
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17:59<tcsetattr>where does it get those xkb files from... I don't see any pc105 in /etc/X11/xkb/*
18:00<EmleyMoor>tcsetattr: Must be standard locations as I have not done anything non-standard
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18:02<tcsetattr>I haven't had to deal with this type of problem before so I'm just trying to gather up knowledge of how the default keymap gets loaded.
18:03<EmleyMoor>All I can give you is "as normal" - whatever normal is
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18:04<tcsetattr>I'm sure it's not "normal" for a Debian installation with "layout uk" to have so many problems. Unless your keyboard is atypical for the region
18:06<EmleyMoor>It's only recently (but I can't say HOW recently) broken
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18:10<tcsetattr>I found something interesting. Here's my new theory: change "uk" to "gb" in the xorg.conf, see if that loads the right thing.
18:11<tcsetattr>there's a /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/gb that looks like it has most of what you're missing
18:11<EmleyMoor>OK - back in a Bristow
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18:13<tcsetattr>it appears that X server quietly accepts misspelled and otherwise nonexistent "XkbLayout" specifications, leaving no clue to what is wrong
18:14<EmleyMoor>Yes. Now I capound/euro on my keyboard to my heart's content
18:14<EmleyMoor>can pount.
18:14<EmleyMoor>can pound/euro even
18:15<tcsetattr>poor GB, stuck with a 2-letter country code it doesn't really want.
18:16[~]EmleyMoor wishes the pound would go
18:17<EmleyMoor>I don't mind being gb... just wish they'd given us a caveat
18:17<tcsetattr>the top-level domain name .uk is the caveat :)
18:18<tcsetattr>then you can start calling # the "pound sign" like us
18:18<EmleyMoor>That's not a pound sign - it's an octothorpe
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18:19<dondelelcaro>I've heard it called pound or hash (and sometimes incorrectly sharp) but never that.
18:19<EmleyMoor>= is a quadrathorpe and - is a bithorpe
18:19<tcsetattr>octothorpe is a name someone made up to end the fighting over what to call it.
18:19<stew>i've definately heard octothorpe
18:19<stew>around the time i started hearing interrobang all the time
18:20<Wei>hello, everybody
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18:20<tcsetattr># is just the sh-, ! is bang
18:20<tcsetattr>any keys left not working the way you want them?
18:21<Wei>does anyone know, how to change the font color in latex?
18:21<EmleyMoor>Apart from the (expected) crap they give in irssi, no
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18:21<Wei>can anyon help me
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18:22<dondelelcaro>Wei: yes, someone can... you want \usepackage{xcolor} \textcolor{blahblahblah}{}
18:23<Wei>dondelelcaro: thanks a lot
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19:12<tbrock>hey guys how do i change my site in apache from to
19:12<tbrock>i tried editing the sites-available file for wordpess
19:13<tbrock>but it just says permission denied when i try to access
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19:17<litage>tbrock: that's not a very descriptive question. you haven't provided any information regarding how you've configured apache, nor which version of apache you're running. a wild guess with what you've provided so far would be to add "/blog" to the end of your document root setting
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19:18<tbrock>i want to get rid of the /blog
19:18<tbrock>so that it goes to my blog when i just visit
19:18<litage>tbrock: right, you already explained that
19:18<tbrock>i have apache 2
19:18<tbrock>i had this: Alias /blog /usr/share/wordpress
19:18<tbrock>but i changed it to this
19:18<tbrock>i had this: Alias / /usr/share/wordpress
19:18<tbrock>and when i try to visit
19:19<tbrock>it says permission denied
19:19<litage>tbrock: i don't know if you can set an alias for the root dir
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19:20<litage>tbrock: try what i suggested, and get rid of that alias line completely
19:21<Supaplex>is umsdos all but forgotten? Which of fat12, fat16 and fat32 does it support?
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19:21<tbrock>ok, then how will it know where to go
19:21<tbrock>can i comment it out
19:21<tbrock>with a #?
19:22<litage>tbrock: yes, you comment out lines in apache config files with a hash ("#")
19:22<tbrock>ok tight
19:22<litage>tbrock: apache should know "where to go" from the document root setting
19:22<tbrock>now it says requested url not found on this server
19:22<Supaplex>tbrock: what's the apache error log say? do you want your blog to run at or or neither?
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19:22<litage>tbrock: what did you set your document root to?
19:22<tbrock>is where i want it
19:23<Supaplex>tbrock: look in /var/log/apache*/error.log
19:23<tbrock>in the sites-available/wordpress file, it has <Directory /usr/share/wordpress>
19:23<tcsetattr>umsdos isn't even in the latest kernel anymore. I think it's been gone for a couple of years. And it was pretty much forgotten long before that.
19:23<tbrock>maybe i should just change where the default site goes
19:23[~]litage shakes his head
19:23<litage>tbrock: that's what i've been telling you to do
19:23<Supaplex>haha cool.
19:24<tbrock>ok, but it kinda messes up this site infrastucture
19:26<Supaplex>just kindof huh
19:26<Supaplex>so much for the apache error log.
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19:27<tbrock>litage: ok should i edit the document root, cause i feel like that will mess a lot of stuff up
19:27<tbrock>or should i edit the directory for slash
19:29<tbrock>maybe this should be done with virtual hosts
19:29<litage>tbrock: "mess a lot of stuff up"? mess up what? so far you've only mentioned a wordpress site, so we don't know what might be "messed up"
19:29<tbrock>well there is all this default stuff in theere
19:30<tbrock>like the document root points to /var/www
19:30<tbrock>so i don't know if i should change that
19:30<tbrock>basically what i'm asking is if this is the proper way to do this
19:30<tbrock>i feel like i should be changing the document root
19:32<tcsetattr>oh just use a redirector already
19:32<litage>tbrock: do you have anything besides wordpress in your site?
19:32<tbrock>but i want to do this the correct "debian way"
19:32<tbrock>so that i may add them later
19:33<tbrock>and would like to know what i need to do, whether it be setup a virtual site or whatever
19:33<tbrock>i don't know
19:33<tbrock>litage: thanks for helping me
19:33<litage>tbrock: there's more than one way to do this. there isn't one "Debian Way"
19:33<tbrock>so what is the cleanest way to accomplish this
19:34<litage>tbrock: the only "Debian Way" for doing what you're doing is to setup your websites in their own config files within /etc/apache2/sites-available/
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19:34<dpkg>somebody said de was deutschsprachige Hilfe bekommt ihr in (auf und - German speaking users please go to (on and freenode)
19:34<litage>tbrock: if you want to adhere to the FHS (filesystem heirarchy standard) with respect to where your wordpress files should be, then please read the FHS
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19:36<litage>tbrock: however, if you've installed apache2, wordpress and their dependencies via apt/dpkg/aptitude , i'd either set the document root to wordpress' directory, or create a virtual host rooted at wordpress' directory
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19:37<litage>fiord_: wie geht's
19:37<fiord_>Is there anybody?
19:37<fiord_>Gut ^^
19:38<fiord_>Warum istn hier deutsch?
19:39<fiord_>can anybody help me with this? -> It happens when i try to access my Notebook (its running fluxbox and vnc4server)
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19:40<tbrock>ok, how would i got about making a virtual host at that directory
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19:41<litage>fiord_: please speak english in this channel. if you'd like to speak german, please go to
19:41<fiord_>yes its ok
19:41<litage>tbrock: read up on it. google's your friend =)
19:41<litage>tbrock: there are plenty of articles, HOWTOs, tutorials, documentation, etc on the matter
19:42<fiord_>litage can you help me with my problem?
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19:42<fiord_>hi linux-fox
19:42<litage>fiord_: sorry, i've never used fluxbox or vnc4server
19:42<fiord_>mhm ok
19:42<litage>and i must get back to work... =P
19:43<aricz>Hi, I'm just wondering if anyone know if there's a way to get the "block"chars in virtual console .. not sure how to describe those characters, but here's a link : ""
19:43<fiord_>oh ^^ here in germany its 2:45 am
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19:44<fiord_>Please help me xD
19:44<linux-fox>fiord, hello
19:45<fiord_>hey do you know me linux-fox? ^^ i know you =P
19:45<linux-fox>fiord, sorry , are you my friend in the jabber?
19:46<fiord_>in msn yes ^^
19:47<fiord_>can anybody help me with this? -> It happens when i try to access my Notebook (its running fluxbox and vnc4server)
19:47<linux-fox>fiord:ok , nice to meet you ,my friend
19:47<fiord_>thx nice to meet you too
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19:50<linux-fox>fiord: what are you doing?
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19:55<fiord_>im trying to use vnc
19:57<fiord_>but it doesnt work
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19:59<tbrock>how do you scroll up in irssi?
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20:01<tbrock>how do you scroll up in irssi?
20:01<tbrock>does anyone know
20:01<chealer>tbrock: ask #irssi
20:01<tbrock>ok i was looking for a quick answer
20:01<fiord_>can anybody help me with this? -> It happens when i try to access my Notebook (its running fluxbox and vnc4server)
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20:03<chealer>fiord_: this is a Debian support channel.
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20:03<fiord_>what did i do wrong?
20:06<chealer>fiord_: don't ask questions about Ubuntu here.
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20:10<mike>whats up?
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20:11<Aleric>How can I add a printer to debian?
20:11<KDEusr1>install the package cups
20:11<KDEusr1>im tryin to use GL on ppc debian
20:11<KDEusr1>is there a ATI fglrx driver for ppc deb?
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20:13<Aleric>I mean... I ran some printer GUI things, and everything SEEMS to work: it detect my printer etc etc, but when I am done with the detection/installation/configuration of the printer - nothing has changed. No printer.
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20:20<Guest100>| \
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20:21<miksuh>Guest100: don't sleep at the keyboard :)
20:21<Guest100>| hello
20:21<Aleric>Printing a test page doesn't do anything - but I can print from firefox
20:21<Guest100>im using knoppix 5.1.1
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20:23<Guest100>im going to spell DSL (damn small linnux)
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20:24<Guest100>| \
20:24<stew>Guest100: stop. do you have a debian related question
20:24<stew>Guest100: or if you want help with knoppix, please go to #knoppix on
20:24<stew>Guest100: if you have a question, ask it
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20:25<Xz>hola todo el mundo
20:25<Xz>hi ALL
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20:25<hon>where is lockfile ?
20:26<stew>hon: generally in /var/lock ; but whick lockfile in particular are you looking for?
20:26<Guest100>how big is the debian file?
20:26<stew>Guest100: which file?
20:26<hon>`which lockfile` gives me nothing
20:26<Guest100>all together
20:27<tcsetattr>apt-get install lockfile-progs
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20:27<stew>Guest100: what do you mean?
20:27<litage>Guest100: did you mean to ask "how big is the Debian install CD"?
20:27<tcsetattr>it's a few DVDs big.
20:27<litage>Guest100: it's a full CD. however, the network install CD is only like 150MB i think
20:27<Xz>hey can i aks about a cd extractor here
20:27<stew>Guest100: 21 cds
20:28<litage>nobody ever uses all of the CDs though
20:28<hon>tcsetattr: lockfile-progs provides lockfile-create, lockfile-remove and lockfile-touch. It does not provide lockfile.
20:28<stew>hon: what are you trying to do?
20:28<Guest100>where can i get knoppix 5.2.0
20:29<hon>stew : if lockfile -! -l 43200 -r 0 "$LOCK"; then
20:29<stew>Guest100: ask #knoppix on ; knoppix is offtopic here
20:29<hon>(part of the anonftpsync.txt)
20:29<litage>hon: the procmail package provides /usr/bin/lockfile ...
20:29<tcsetattr>oh, you must want the /usr/bin/lockfile from procmail
20:29<Guest100>are you a auto talk computer?
20:29<litage>hon: you could've figured that out for yourself with this command: apt-get install apt-file; apt-file update; apt-file search usr/bin/lockfile
20:29<Guest100>cuz if you are you are a sssssssssssmmmmmmmmmmmmaaaaart computer
20:30<stew>Guest100: please don't do that
20:30<Guest100>do wat?
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20:30<hon>thanks. litage: thanks a lot
20:30<litage>hon: np
20:30<Guest100>stew: are you a computer or a human?
20:31<litage>Guest100: are you a computer or a human?
20:31<Guest100>a human
20:31<stew>Guest100: do you have any other debian related questions?
20:31<Guest100>YOU ARE A COMPUTER! you talkfast
20:31<litage>Guest100: prove it
20:31<Guest100>just did
20:31<stew>Guest100: please keep it on-topic
20:32<Guest100>i am
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20:32<Xz>well i need to know if somebody knows about a cd extractor to transform files in mp3 or ogg????
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20:33<Guest100>stew: are you a computer?
20:33<stew>Xz: for audio cds? cdparanoia
20:33<gravity>Xz: soundjuicer
20:33<aricz>I'll try again, do anyone know if there's possible to get the "block"chars in virtual console? Not sure how to explain this.. we had those ascii-characters in DOS .. :) anyone know what I mean?
20:33<stew>Guest100: no, do you have any other debian related questions?
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20:33<miksuh>Guest100: this is #debian, not #knoppix :)
20:33<CompWizrd>Guest100: surely it's not that boring in Windsor tonight that you need to be trolling here?
20:33<gravity>There's a kde one I forget the name of
20:34<tcsetattr>this one? kaudiocreator - CD ripper and audio encoder frontend for KDE
20:34<aricz>Xz: 'grip' is nice
20:34<gravity>tcsetattr: That's probably it
20:34<Guest100>stew: that is strange im from windsor too!
20:34<Xz><stew> thanks
20:34<gravity>aricz: I think grip is discontinued upstream
20:34<gravity>I loved it for many years though
20:34<litage>i accidentally hit CTRL+s rather than CTRL+d , and now one of my terminals is unresponsive. which key combo brings it back to life?
20:34<tcsetattr>aricz, as a first step, run "showcfont" on your console to see what characters are in your font.
20:34<Xz>goin to look
20:34<tcsetattr>litage, ^Q
20:35<aricz>tcsetattr : thanks.. strange, they're there..
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20:36<Xz> <tcsetattr> ok but one problem
20:36<Xz>i use gnome
20:37<tcsetattr>so... apt-cache search gnome cd ripper
20:38<Guest100>how come #knoppix is not a server?
20:38<Guest100>ANYONE! i need help!
20:38<aricz>hmm, so I have the ascii-characters, why do they show correctly in Xterm but not virtual console ?
20:39<aricz>same goes for roguelikes, they like to change the blockcharacters to '#' .. :)
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20:39<KDEusr1>!fglrx ppc
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20:40<tcsetattr>doubtful that any proprietary software pushers are interested in PPC, especially since Apple started selling *86 botxen.
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20:41<tcsetattr>aricz, first of all don't call things "ASCII" that aren't. ASCII is 95 printable characters and 33 control codes. none of them are block graphics. secondly, what are you using to print them?
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20:42<aricz>tcsetattr : what are they called? Extended ascii ? I use 'cat' .. and trying to have a nice logo in /etc/issue
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20:44<tcsetattr>well "cat" isn't the answer I'm looking for. What did you use to create the file you're cat'ing?
20:44<blarson>aricz: They are called by the name of the character set. There are thousands of different incomatable "extended ascii" character sets.
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20:45<aricz>I get the ascii-art from the net..
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20:47<tcsetattr>"ascii" art with non-ascii characters in it
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20:48<aricz>oh, they call it 'high-ascii' I see
20:49<tcsetattr>yeah, "extended ascii" and "high ascii" are nonsense terms spoken by ignorant DOS users who don't know what they're talking about. if you can't identify the codepage you won't be able to display the file correctly
20:50<aricz>"The so called "block ASCII" or "high ASCII" uses the extended characters of the 8-bit code page 437, which is a proprietary standard that was introduced by IBM in 1979 (ANSI Standard x3.16) for the IBM PC and MS DOS operating system in an effort to standardize graphic character representations and cursor control."
20:50<aricz>sorry, I didn't know what to look for in the first place
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20:54<tcsetattr>the trouble with funky-DOS ascii art is not just the font but also the fact that it assigns graphics to certain code points, that can't be printed directly on the Linux console because they're always taken as control characters (carriage return, formfeed..
20:55<tcsetattr>showcfont puts the console into unicode mode to access those weird graphics.
20:56<tcsetattr>if you convert your cp437 file to utf8 you could just cat it directly in unicode mode
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20:57<tcsetattr>ESC[11m enables some of the control characters to be printed as graphics but not all of them
20:58<tcsetattr>man, everybody went quiet
21:00<Waddledee>It's usually pretty quiet here, unless someone has a problem... and sometimes even then. Depends on whether anyone has a solution or not.
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21:17<velixzeen>Does a package repository automatically supply what apt-file needs to list package contents?
21:18<tcsetattr>I think it just needs the Contents-$ARCH.gz
21:18<velixzeen>I've added a repo for e17, can install from it, but apt-file list e17 returns nothing
21:18<velixzeen>hello, tcsetattr
21:19<tcsetattr>did you apt-file update after adding it?
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21:19<velixzeen>yes update completed w/o error
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21:21<velixzeen>apt-file is fine with packages from other repos. could problem be that 'e17' is a virtual package?
21:21<tcsetattr>take a peek in /var/cache/apt/apt-file/ and see what's in there.
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21:23<velixzeen>ahhh, there are files for the other repos, but not the repo.
21:24<tcsetattr>apt-file update should have put something there
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21:24<velixzeen>perhaps apt-file can be more verbose and let me know the problem
21:24<rjent_>Greetings, can anyone offer ideas on a POS+inventory software that runs on debian?
21:25<rjent_>I have a small company that has outgrown the simple software I have written.
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21:26<velixzeen>yep, echo " not found"
21:27<tcsetattr>so I guess that means the answer to the original question is no... not all repositories have the necessary stuff for apt-file to work
21:28<velixzeen>thanks tcsetattr, looks like that. I have a habit of using sid/unstable interchangably in sources.list, that is always ok?
21:28<velixzeen>just wondering
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21:31<tcsetattr>yeah, they're permanently interchangeable
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21:38<velixzeen>thanks tcsetattr, makes sense now :)
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21:41<rodrigo>algum br ae?
21:43<dpkg>Este canal é apenas em inglês. Por favor, use #debian-br (/j #debian-br) para ajuda em portugues.
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21:52<woal>got this error when i run 'apt-get update': W: GPG error: testing/updates Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG A70DAF536070D3A1 Debian Archive Automatic Signing Key (4.0/etch) <>
21:52<woal>W: You may want to run apt-get update to correct these problems
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21:53<woal>what could be the problem? it is not serious since it is only a warning, right?
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22:42<roughneck>any one here knows how to make server a GUI???
22:42<roughneck>any one here knows how to make server a GUI???\
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22:44<mike>i need help
22:44<mike>anyone here?
22:45<mike>sweet ok
22:45<mike>i use knoppix but im having some trouble
22:45<mike>i do alot of internet chating but i cant get audio from the live chat
22:46<mike>any idea how to make it so my mic and speakers will work in the chat room
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22:47<mike>i guess not
22:47<velixzeen>well not really
22:47<mike>i dont get why it doesnt work
22:47<velixzeen>likely a question for a knoppix channel
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22:48<mike>well i figured any linux stand point would help but thank you any way
22:48<velixzeen>any sound work?
22:48<peterS>how to set up kernel module loading (which is probably, though not certainly, your issue) in different distributions is going to be different
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22:50<mike>is there a knoppix channel here
22:51<niru>I used d-i preseed/late_command string reboot
22:51<niru>due to this I dont find any syslog file in /var/log/installer/
22:51<niru>there is no folder called installer in /var/log
22:51<mike>thank you
22:51<niru>after a fresh installation
22:52<velixzeen>search for irc, looks like server
22:52<niru>velixzeen, any idea
22:52<niru>any body else
22:54<velixzeen>syslog file should be in /var/log
22:54<velixzeen>niru: what are you looking for again?
22:54<mike>theres no one there =/
22:55<niru>velixzeen, after a fresh installation the syslog file for instllation report should be in /var/log/installer/syslog
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22:55<niru>but due to late command it is getting ommited
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