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00:31<fennectech>how do i change channels?
00:31<fennectech>i forgot
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04:17<pero>if i do netinst and then add xfce after, will i also get the xfce bloat that comes on other distros (games, media players?)
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04:18<tgs3>are the dvd images broken? I can't install md5deep using them
04:19<tgs3>why there are 4 dvd images, but more in SUMS file?
04:19<tgs3>even 3
04:19<tgs3> <-- 3 files listed
04:19<tgs3> 9 files
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04:25<jm_>!intsall xfce
04:25<jm_>!install xfce
04:25<dpkg>To install <Xfce> on established systems, ask me about <install x>, then: «aptitude install xfce4 xfce4-goodies» To install using Debian-Installer (if not using Xfce CD-1): from the Installer boot menu, select "Advanced options > Alternative desktop environments > Xfce > Install".
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04:25<jm_>pero: ^^^^^^
04:25<jm_>look at what those packages depend on
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04:27<nadir>pero: no, if you install "apt-get install xfce" you won't get the bloat
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04:27<nadir>ca 180 MB
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04:27<nadir>+ xorg, should be around 180. xfce4-goodies? no idea.
04:28<nadir>ups, xorg -> s/180/130
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04:29<pero>thx guys
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04:31<jm_>apt will also give you a list of what will be installed, that's the easiest way to check it
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04:34<vy2>Hi, where can I find all 10 Wheezy DVD's?
04:35<dpkg>Jigsaw Download (jigdo) is *the* method for downloading CD/DVD/BD images of Debian. See "Downloading Debian CD images with jigdo" at .
04:35<SamB>vy2: there
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04:35<SamB>though I can't really imagine wanting all 10 unless you are planning to do an install on a desert island or something
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04:37<SamB>(would you believe the binaries used to fit on 7 CDs?)
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04:37<jm_>7? 1!
04:38<vy2>SamB: Thanks!
04:38<SamB>jm_: you are obviously talking about even longer ago than I am
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04:39<jm_>SamB: first debian cd-s I own were for bo (1.3.1), but have tried earlier versions too
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05:16<icetee>what portscanner can you recommend, other than nmap?
05:17<icetee>nmap doesnt work anymore, when my infiniband modules are loaded
05:17<icetee>it doesn't find ANY interface or routes :(
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05:40<lisbeth>Aloha! Is this the proper channel for debian questions?
05:40<mestia>Hi All, trying to install slapd, but the debconf telling me that I am not allowed to use DN different from domain, whay is that?
05:42<lisbeth>are you installing it through package manager or manually?
05:42<weasel>mestia: I just ignore debconf and run my own setup once I avoided giving debconf much info.
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05:47<stormy98>question, i'm trying to write to /etc/bah/bah/ and get a input / output error if i write to /etc/ I can. is there anything i can do to check to see if i had bad sectors etc
05:48<weasel>what does dmesg say? IOErrors usually indicate a serious issue with your filesystem/block-device
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05:49<stormy98>nothign that stands out as being a issue
05:49<lisbeth>I am trying to install a .deb file but I get an error "failed to write (no space left on device"
05:49<stormy98>no IOErrors
05:49<lisbeth>I'm using dpkg
05:50<stormy98>see I thought it could be file premissions, checked it againest working machine and that was fine
05:51<stormy98>lisbeth: you run out of space on the / pairtion i would have said
05:51<lisbeth>stormy98, I am fairly certian none of my partitions are past 60% capacity
05:51<stormy98>df -h will tell you
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05:52<lisbeth>hold on let me pastebin
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05:53<weasel>df -i
05:53<lisbeth>hold on
05:53<weasel>rootfs 323M 165M 142M 54% /
05:53<weasel>your root only has 140m of free disk space
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05:53<weasel>I doubt that's sufficient for what you want to install
05:54<lisbeth>That's strange. I gave it a 36 gig partition
05:54<lisbeth>is that not enough?
05:54<weasel>that's not the partition that /opt is on
05:54<weasel>(that's why you don't make a dozen tiny filesystems if you don't know /exactly/ what you're going to need)
05:54<lisbeth>no actually
05:54<stormy98>^^ agreed :)
05:54<weasel>your / is only 300m
05:54<lisbeth>I remmeber I messed up my partitioning scheme so went with debians defaults
05:55<lisbeth>sec let me look up my scheme
05:55<weasel>I suggest mv /opt /usr/opt && ln -s /usr/opt /
05:55<stormy98>and google chrome is is like 140+ meg install i think
05:55<weasel>ugly, bit it should work
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05:55<lisbeth>let me look at this in gparted first
05:55<weasel>(or /home/opt if you prefer)
05:55<weasel>lisbeth: df already shows you
05:56<lisbeth>oh right
05:56<jm_>and next time maybe trust your error messages ;)
05:56<lisbeth>I trusted it, I just didn't know how to read df
05:56<weasel>debian's defaults are "one big / for everything", are they not?
05:56<lisbeth>no I chose the option for separate partitions
05:57<weasel>then that's not the default
05:57<lisbeth>I suppose not
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05:57<weasel>(also, you're not trying to install a debian package. we wouldn't install stuff into /opt)
05:57<stormy98>you have to tell it what size you want
05:58<stormy98>any ideas on the input / output errors then :\
05:58<lisbeth>ok package installed correctly, now
05:59<weasel>stormy98: not really, no
06:00<stormy98>thats what i thought! :(
06:00<stormy98>it doesn't look like failed disk.
06:00<stormy98>but doesn't make sense to why!
06:00<weasel>if dmesg doesn't mention it, then that's most weird.
06:00<weasel>did the kernel remount your / ro?
06:00<stormy98>i'll spaff pastbin with some dmesg
06:00<lisbeth>Thanks for the help. Merry holidays.
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06:00<stormy98>not that i noticed
06:00<stormy98>but i can write to /etc
06:01<stormy98>i can mkdir in /etc/ and write to it
06:01<stormy98>so it seems /etc is ok as a dir
06:01<stormy98>just this one folder.
06:02<jm_>maybe that's the issue - some broken tool created a folder when fs only knows how to cope with directories?
06:02*jm_ runs
06:03<SynrG>stormy98: when you say dmesg has no I/O errors, what, specifically, did you look for?
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06:14<stormy98>was looking at end_requer I/O errrors
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06:15<amoe>how come pip packages don't install under /usr/local by default?
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06:16<SynrG>stormy98: my point is, i don't know what specific error strings current kernels emit, so if you want to make sure you didn't miss something important, don't just grep the log for an overly-specific message. look at the whole of dmesg and see if anything looks wrong to you.
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06:17<stormy98>oh i see what you mean, no I done cat /var/log/dmesg and had a look through it all
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06:17<SynrG>stormy98: please note that "cat /var/log/dmesg" is not "checking dmesg". that's a snapshot of dmesg *at boot time*
06:18<stormy98>does cat not show you the whole file.
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06:18<stormy98>depending on size
06:18<SynrG>it shows you the whole of what happened in the first seconds of your boot, yes.
06:18<SynrG>it is not the same as running the "dmesg" command
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06:18<SynrG>which gives you the whole *current* kernel ring buffer
06:19<stormy98>i also done tail -f /var/log/dmesg then used another terminal and tried to write to the folder that gave me input /output errors
06:19<stormy98>and nothing appeared
06:19<stormy98>ah i see!
06:19<SynrG>stormy98: have a look at /etc/init.d/bootlogs to see what's happening there
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06:20<SynrG>stormy98: that's because the kernel ring buffer starts to fill before syslog starts running, so a copy of that stuff is saved.
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06:21<slicky>Hello sir.
06:21<slicky>My xorg.conf doens not apply..
06:22<slicky>it says: Option "metamodes" "CRT-1: nvidia-auto-select +1280+0, CRT-0: 1280x1024_75 +0+0" but the resulotion of crt-1 is 1600x1200
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06:24<stormy98>in dmesg few ioatdma 0000:00:16.5: irq 101 for MSI/MSI-X
06:24<stormy98>but nothing about i/o errors
06:24<SynrG>slicky: using which release of debian? and using the nvidia driver from debian's non-free repository, or something else?
06:24<jm_>stormy98: just put it all on some pastebin
06:24<slicky>SynrG, using 7.2 wheeze and nvidia from debians nonfree repos..
06:24<jm_>unless it's ultra top secret
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06:25<SynrG>slicky: i've never seen "metamodes". this is apparently some nvidia-driver-specific thing :p
06:26<slicky>SynrG, yes, but it does not matter what my xorg.conf says.. it does not affect my system..
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06:26<stormy98>haha jm_ i wish i could claim it was top secert and that i worked for some goverment agency!
06:27<SynrG>slicky: please provide these three things: the complete output of /var/log/Xorg.0.log, /etc/X11/xorg.conf, and contents of any files (if present) in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/
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06:27<SynrG>slicky: using or so, of course.
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06:33<stormy98> - dmseg output jm_
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06:34<jm_>stormy98: are you sure the end of this is the same as what you see on screen at the end?
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06:38<SynrG>slicky: line 10?
06:39<slicky>yes, what about it? It's generated by nvidia.settings
06:39<stormy98>jm_: yes
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06:40<SynrG>slicky: what does it mean? it looks very strange to me
06:40<SynrG>i would not expect the 0 before the screen identifier. and i don't know what the two zeroes after it mean
06:40<jm_>stormy98: I see nothing relevant there
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06:42<babilen>SynrG: It does indeed look strange and is quite redundant as I am sure that most (if not everything apart from 'Driver "nvidia"' can be automatically configured in slicky's configuration.
06:42<SynrG>slicky: i could be wrong about this, but i think nvidia-settings loads your config, applies settings, then writes out a new config.
06:43<SynrG>slicky: so if you broke your config manually, nvidia-settings won't unbreak it for you ...
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06:44<babilen>SynrG: It is, however, perfectly legal (cf. xorg.conf(5), "Screen screen-num "screen-id" position-information")
06:44<SynrG>slicky: personally i never use nvidia-settings, so i can't vouch for this tool. you can check the doc yourself and see how to use it.
06:44<slicky>i have removed all xorg.conf files on my system , restarted gdm3 so it did not start.. then i ran nvidia-xconfig and when i loged in again i ran nvidia-settings and saved the xorg.conf from there
06:44<SynrG>babilen: ok
06:45<babilen>slicky: You need a minimal configuration file to set 'Driver "nvidia"' in the "Device" section as explained on
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06:45<SynrG>slicky: it doesn't look like it's being ignored. your log has:
06:45<SynrG>[ 682.780] (**) NVIDIA(0): Option "MetaModes" "CRT-1: nvidia-auto-select +1280+0, CRT-0: 1280x1024_75 +0+0"
06:45<babilen>SynrG: I've rarely (if ever) seen that before. Can't say that I ever intentionally used it, but then it's been a long time since I've written my last xorg.conf
06:46<SynrG>slicky: i don't know what "metamodes" actually does, but the driver does appear to read that setting.
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06:46<slicky>yes, but the resulotion in xorg.conf are 1280x1024, when i restart gdm3, im stuck with 1600x1200.. so xorg.conf's setting about resolution does not apply
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06:47<jm_>it's for multiple displays
06:47<SynrG>slicky: i did actually read what you said. :) ... all i'm saying is, i don't know what "metamodes" actually does, so can't say if the resolution being 1600x1200 is actually wrong
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06:48<SynrG>it's clearly not what you *intended*
06:48<slicky>that's for sure
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06:48<SynrG>also, i don't know what "nvidia-auto-select" is
06:48<slicky>I'll just start over.. got to learn sometime..
06:48<SynrG>maybe the driver does "magic" here
06:48<stormy98>jm_: nothing relevant as to why it would be happening or relevant to what the problem / dmesg is
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06:49<SynrG>slicky: i'll tell you what it looks like to me ...
06:49<SynrG>slicky: nvidia-auto-select is automatically selecting resolution, and the +#### stuff is position information
06:49<jm_>stormy98: yeah relevant to getting i/o error
06:49<SynrG>slicky: x/y offsets or so
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06:50<SynrG>slicky: these are wild guesses
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06:50<stormy98>hmm it's strange, it only seems to be /etc/pve a*
06:50<stormy98>nothing else has a issue
06:50<stormy98>i think it's to do with proxmox * container based vm's * which is causing it
06:50<jm_>anything special about /etc/pve? is it a regular dir?
06:51<stormy98>drwxr-x--- 2 root www-data 0 Jan 1 1970 pve
06:51<jm_>and not a mount point either?
06:51<stormy98>nope just normal dir, that gets written to, checked it aginest the other server
06:52<slicky>SynrG, i will look in to it.. im going to write my own xorg.conf instead of using nvidia-settings..
06:52<stormy98>ah,/dev/fuse 30M 24K 30M 1% /etc/pve
06:52<stormy98>and look, it's run out of space
06:52<stormy98>*slaps self for being so shit*
06:52<SynrG>slicky: lines 358 and 359 ...
06:52<stormy98>no it hasn't run out of space my bad
06:52<jm_>there you go
06:53<stormy98>i lie it hasn't run out of space it's using 1%
06:53<stormy98>maybe it's dropped the mount
06:53<babilen>dpkg: tell slicky -about empty xorg.conf
06:53<babilen>dpkg: tell slicky -about xorg.conf.d
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06:55<SynrG>slicky: you said you removed xorg.conf and restarted gdm3 and "it didn't start" which is when you resorted to nvidia-settings. did you try a reboot first?
06:55<babilen>slicky: And take a look at "man 5 xorg.conf", but then it might help to see the "xrandr -q" output if you remove the xorg.conf and create the /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/20-nvidia.conf file. Maybe your monitor's EDID is wrong or maybe you need a newer nvidia version. (I would recommend the 319 in backports anyway)
06:55<SynrG>slicky: since i don't know what was in your xorg.conf before, nor the upgrade history prior to that point ... and kernel modules are involved ...
06:55<SynrG>something might have gone "bonk" there on the gdm3 restart that a reboot would have fixed.
06:56<SynrG>i found lines 358 and 359 odd. does CRT-0 correspond to DVI-I-1 and CRT-1 = DVI-I-0?
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07:00<SynrG>also, the first of those lines seems to apply the offset +1280+0 (i take this to mean an X offset of 1280 and Y offset of 0) ... but that's adjusted in the second line ...
07:00<slicky>babilen, SynrG thanks, i will try a reboot.. removed the nvidia autoselect too.. and later ill look in to backports and how to write a correct conf.. going to my chrink now.. not becuse of this.. ofcurse. laters!
07:00<SynrG>i think the driver is realizing that the resolution of the other display is 1600x1200, and so adjusting the xinerama offset
07:01<SynrG>i believe whatever you did with nvidia-settings actually only changed the xinerama layout, not the resolution.
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07:02<SynrG>so it's saying that CRT-0 (DVI-I-1) starts at offset +1600+0 (i.e. is left-of CRT-1)
07:02<SynrG>er, sorry, right-of
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07:02<SynrG>mixing up my left and right this morning. need more coffee ...
07:03<SynrG>slicky: and ultimately, I think it is "nvidia-auto-select" that's putting you in 1600x1200, which it thinks, according to EDID, is the "optimal" resolution for that display.
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07:04<stormy98>cheers jm_ for ya help
07:04<jm_>stormy98: no worries
07:04<babilen>slicky: You really don't want a /etc/X11/xorg.conf these days. Create small configuration files that contain only what you need in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d and split them semantically (e.g. 25-nvidia.conf, 25-dual-screen.conf, ...)
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07:05<babilen>slicky: You can even use a 25-fix-pesky-broken-edid-of-that-old-eizo-screen.conf ;)
07:05<slicky>/usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/ is where i find it on my system
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07:06<babilen>slicky: Read the messages our bot sent you. They mention explicitly that you have to create /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d yourself (and this is also exemplified on
07:07<babilen>slicky: As a general rule of thumb: Never edit anything in /usr as there is in almost every case a better way to do it.
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07:08<slicky>gtg, later
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07:34<finalcode> you ren ma
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08:27<mestia>weasel: this I can do to, it is just annoying, and it also looks like a bug ( sorry I was away for a couple of hours)
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09:05<klaus>ciao a tutti
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09:07<musca>hello klaus
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09:08<anubis>Hi, how can i see what is responsible for audio-playback? is it jack, pulse or whatever? My kmix has gone moreover ... using alsamixer at moment, which is working but still id like to know how audio works, if i activate jack, i have no sound anymore
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09:10<SynrG>anubis: that's a rather broad question. what are you trying to accomplish, and why do you think jack will help?
09:11<SynrG>i have heard jack/pulseaudio integration is possible, but may be painful. i haven't done it personally, though.
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09:11<SynrG>the one time i did use jack, i ditched pulse entirely to avoid the headaches, but then gnome was upset with me (no functional gnome mixer)
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09:12<SynrG>this was to set up a soft amp.
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09:18<anubis>What i CURRENTLY want to achieve is that kmix is displayed in my task-bar again. Sometimes i use jack for audio-production. Usually i have a mac for this kinda stuff, but for a quick idea i use rosegarden and qsynth.
09:19<anubis>But after i have used rosegarden i need to restart to have my common sound
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09:22<musca>anubis: for a begin you can start "kmix" from a terminal.
09:23<musca>do you get any messages?
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09:39<anubis>after a second try kmix starts from the console
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09:48<musca>anubis: i think on the first try it silently started as systemtray symbol.
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09:48<sylar>W: Failed to fetch
09:48<sylar> 404 Not Found [IP: 80]
09:49<sylar>anyone knows about that ^
09:49<ixi>check your dns
09:49<ixi>places to look at are /etc/network/interfaces and /etc/resolv.conf
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09:50<ixi>wait, no
09:50<sylar>the site load
09:50<ixi>that looks like something else
09:50<ixi>sylar did you do apt-get update recently ?
09:50<sylar>from synaptic
09:50<musca>,v libnspr4-0d
09:50<judd>Package: libnspr4-0d on i386 -- squeeze: 4.8.6-1; squeeze-security: 4.8.6-1+squeeze1; squeeze-backports: 2:4.9.2-1~bpo60+1; wheezy: 2:4.9.2-1; wheezy-security: 2:4.9.2-1+deb7u1; jessie: 2:4.10.2-1; sid: 2:4.10.2-1
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09:51<musca>not sure if 4.10 for squeeze-backports exist
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09:51<sylar>W: Failed to fetch Unable to find expected entry iceweasel-release/binary-i386/Packages in Meta-index file (malformed Release file?)
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09:56<dpkg>In order for us to troubleshoot your problem with apt-get, aptitude or dselect we need the following information: The complete output of your apt-get/aptitude/dselect run (including the command you used); the output from apt-cache policy PKG1 PKG2...; for the relevant packages and "apt-cache policy". Use to provide us with this information. Also ask me about <localized errors>.
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09:56<petn-randall>sylar: ^^^^^^ Could you provide this info? Also the contents of /etc/apt/sources.list would help to debug this.
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10:25<infinity0>does anyone know what's the deal with this
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10:25<infinity0>why the rise then drop
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10:52<rickstar>why isn't ulimate edtion gamers 3.0 not suorted
10:52<petn-randall>infinity0: Just speculating, but maybe some distro based on Debian erronously provided popcon data to Debian?
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10:53<petn-randall>Hi rickstar, never heard of that. What is it?
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10:56<rickstar> ulimate edtion is a linux system and the gamers one ihas a ton of games but it is no longer running
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10:57<rickstar>sorry keyborad errors
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10:58<rickstar>anybody know linux system's that have a ton of games with them
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10:59<rickstar>what are some good linux systems for gamers
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11:00<petn-randall>rickstar: Ultimate gamers edition is not in any way affiliated with Debian. That's why we won't support it here.
11:01<petn-randall>rickstar: You can always install wine and run windows games in there, or just pick one of the dozens of games already in Debian.
11:01<johannes_climacus>once i issue "startx" on debian 7.2 wheezy armhf rcnelson image, the keyboard and mouse are rendered useless. i have install Xorg with and without xdm. how to configure so that startx does not cause "frozen black window"
11:01<rickstar>how many games are there in debian
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11:02<petn-randall>rickstar: Too many to count. Something like 100 to 1000?
11:03<rickstar>are they
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11:04<rickstar>are they free games on debian 7
11:04<petn-randall>rickstar: They are all open source, yes.
11:05<rickstar>thanlk you
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11:06<petn-randall>rickstar: You're welcome. If you have specific questions about games on Debian, don't hesitate to ask.
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11:08<johannes_climacus>if I use putty or ssh from a linux terminal, issue the "export DISPLAY=:0" I am able to run python/Tk script...
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11:13<slicky>Sjors, are you there sir?
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11:15<slicky>what nvidia-driver do you guys recomend to use?
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11:17<Eco>slicky : nvidia-detect
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11:18<icetee>what portscanner can you recommend, other than nmap?
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12:06<valdyn>johannes_climacus: what does running a script have to do with that? The script displays something in X ?
12:07<johannes_climacus>when i run the script, it launches a python-tk window that allows me to input values
12:07<valdyn>johannes_climacus: run a window manager instead of that script
12:08<valdyn>johannes_climacus: theres also several window managers that might look like "frozen black window" to one who doesnt know about it
12:09<petn-randall>icetee: What are you missing with nmap?
12:09<valdyn>johannes_climacus: thats for example evilwm and xmonad
12:09<johannes_climacus>valdyn: "to one who doesn't know about it" would be me...definitely...
12:09<johannes_climacus>i am not familiar with xmonad
12:09<valdyn>johannes_climacus: so now run a wm, it will either start or complain that another wm is already running
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12:11<johannes_climacus>i am using a beaglebone black...the os is installed on the emmc... i am trying to have as little installed as possible. with only xorg installed, Tk and Tkinter work, but I am unable to figure out how issue startx so that input from my keyboard is available
12:11<johannes_climacus>not having a wm has freed up space so that I can save additional log files for the .py scripts that are runnit
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12:12<valdyn>johannes_climacus: X does not even start without an input device
12:12<valdyn>johannes_climacus: a keyboard and also a mouse
12:12<johannes_climacus>i have a keyboard plugged in but no mouse. beaglebone black has only one usb 2.0 port. i am currently without a usb hub
12:13<valdyn>johannes_climacus: so why are you telling us that the mouse is useless when you dont even have a mouse?
12:13<johannes_climacus>if i remove the kb and plug in the mouse, i am unable to login
12:13<valdyn>johannes_climacus: beside that how do you even know that the keyboard is not functional?
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12:14<valdyn>johannes_climacus: naturally, but thats not a debian problem
12:14<johannes_climacus>when i do not issue the startx command, i able to use the same keyboard without issue...
12:15<valdyn>johannes_climacus: what is your keyboard supposed to when theres only a black screen?
12:15<valdyn>johannes_climacus: focusing a window to input something can not work properly without a window manager
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12:15<valdyn>johannes_climacus: so without a WM its kind of pointless to diagnose keyboard issues
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12:16<johannes_climacus>after startx, there is a transition to an all black screen, then my usual cli screen of test@machinename:/home/test
12:16<johannes_climacus>and a block for a cursor. but i am not able to input any text
12:16<valdyn>johannes_climacus: use a window manager
12:16<johannes_climacus>i am positive the problem is not debian but me..
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12:17<johannes_climacus>xorg installed is not enough for using xterm etc?
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12:18<valdyn>johannes_climacus: your xorg is using probably more than 1000 times as much disk space as a tiny window manager
12:18<valdyn>johannes_climacus: i dont really get why you would not use one
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12:19<johannes_climacus>you may be assuming too much skill on my part where debian is concerned... would you recommend xdm or another very small window mananger?
12:19<linuxator>johannes_climacus, can you tell us what you want to do so we can help you :P
12:19<valdyn>johannes_climacus: that is not a window manager
12:19<valdyn>johannes_climacus: i would reommend you start with fluxbox
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12:20<valdyn>johannes_climacus: later once / if you are more familiar you can switch to an even smaller one
12:20<valdyn>johannes_climacus: so "apt-get install fluxbox"
12:20<SynrG>and i would not recommend xdm in any case. it typically does not set up the session properly, making all kinds of apps that expect policykit, dbus, etc. to "just work" to fail
12:21<valdyn>xdm does not set up a session at all
12:21<johannes_climacus>linuxator: valdyn has been trying to help me... my goal is to have an xwindow running so that python scripts which use Tk and Tkinter will display properly on the "screen"
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12:21<SynrG>valdyn: er, pardon my imprecision :)
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12:22<valdyn>SynrG: as I understand it that really would be the fault of debians default session script
12:22<valdyn>SynrG: but i cant complain about it because i dont use it
12:23<johannes_climacus>linuxator: as i am using a beaglebone black and the os is installed on the emmc, i have a hard limit of 2 gig of space...
12:23<valdyn>johannes_climacus: your xorg install can be trimmed down alot, but that is something for later *after* you have a wm and things run ok
12:24<SynrG>johannes_climacus: anyway, "so that python scripts which use Tk and Tkinter will display properly ..." depends on which scripts
12:24<johannes_climacus>in order to preserve space for logging, i was hoping to utilize as little space for xorg. if there is a way to reduce the footprint of xorg by using a dm, then i am all for it
12:24<SynrG>as i said, some apps depend on having a session started. some don't
12:24<valdyn>johannes_climacus: try to concentrate
12:24<valdyn>johannes_climacus: no one asked you to try a dm
12:24<johannes_climacus>my apologies..wm
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12:25<valdyn>SynrG: he cant enter stuff into some window - the cause is probably that he has no *window* manager
12:25<linuxator>johannes_climacus, are you trying to minimize your OS usage cause you can have only 2GB?
12:25<SynrG>valdyn: i got that bit
12:25<johannes_climacus>linuxator: yes
12:26<SynrG>what i didn't understand is exactly how stripped back he needs it to be
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12:26<linuxator>johannes_climacus, might go to Damn Small Linux then as an option?
12:26<valdyn>2G - but thats not really a challenge
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12:26<SynrG>i think you may be microoptimizing here. you can make a pretty tiny yet reasonably functional desktop system within about 100M or so
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12:26<valdyn>as i said, the worry about space usage by the wm is unnecessary
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12:27<johannes_climacus>the python script uses python-tk and tkinter.. if xorg is installed, i am able from an ssh session to issue: export DISPLAY:0 and then run the python script
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12:28<valdyn>johannes_climacus: why didnt you already run "apt-get install fluxbox", restart X and report success?
12:28<johannes_climacus>the tkinter window pops up appropriately and i am able to use the rotary encoder and temperature sensor.
12:28<icetee>petn-randall: nmap has a bug. when i enable my infiniband, it does not find any network interfaces
12:29<johannes_climacus>in my n00b-ness, i apparently have been muddled in my communications. i will install fluxbox and restart x
12:29<SynrG>johannes_climacus: without the wm you're not going to have control over things like window stacking, focus, etc. ... if it works for what you want it for without a wm, it will be totally by accident :p
12:30<valdyn>johannes_climacus: once you have done that, you can use dpkg -l to list installed packages and find by yourself or with the help of someone else what packages you dont need
12:30<petn-randall>icetee: Oh. nmap is pretty much the best port scanner out there. Why do you need to specify an interface?
12:31<valdyn>icetee: i never ever specified an interface in nmap...
12:31<valdyn>icetee: but I know that some tools cant deal with non-standard interface names
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12:31<johannes_climacus>thank you all for your help. i will rejoin with the results.
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12:32<valdyn>(tools are much older than the interface renaming feature i guess)
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12:35<icetee>i dont want to specify an interface
12:35<icetee>but nmap does not run, when infiniband is enabled
12:35<icetee>because it finds NO interfaces at all
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12:36<icetee>~# nmap -p 53
12:36<icetee>Starting Nmap 6.00 ( ) at 2013-12-18 18:36 CET
12:36<icetee>route_dst_netlink: can't find interface "br0"
12:37<icetee>nmap --iflist
12:37<icetee>INTERFACES: NONE FOUND(!)
12:37<icetee>ROUTES: NONE FOUND(!)
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12:37<petn-randall>icetee: Hmm, interesting. But other traffic works fine? Do you have normal routes set?
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12:38<icetee>yes, otherwise i would not be here :)
12:38<icetee>as soon as i unload the kernel modules for my infiniband card, nmap works fine
12:38<icetee>thats a bug
12:39<petn-randall>icetee: Didn't know you're on the same machine :). That's quite a bug. Is this on wheezy? You should check the bug tracker and report the bug if it doesn't exist yet.
12:40<icetee>i want to know if port 22 is available on my backupmachine
12:40<icetee>there must be an other portscanner
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12:42<petn-randall>icetee: You can use netcat for a simple check like that.
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12:45<petn-randall>icetee: I still encourage you to report that bug :). I don't have access to infiniband, and even if it doesn't get solved straight away other people might be able to join in to fix it.
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13:27<linuxator>is there any irc log archive from channel?
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13:35<dpkg>[irclog] #debian on <freenode> is logged at , #debian on <OFTC> is logged at
13:35<SynrG>so, the second url
13:35<SynrG>hummm, or not?
13:35<SynrG>oh, misclicked :)
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13:37<linuxator>SynrG, i found that links but if anyone knows about other debianish channels let me know
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13:38<SynrG>generally people log for themselves and it is considered not ok to publish such logs
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13:39<linuxator>SynrG, sure
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14:06<klaus>ciao a tutti
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14:12<rryoumaa>what is the option to make apt-cache show only the package description and short summary?
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15:11<cozy66>Hello! I wonder if someone can help me, I have a problem closing the x server during nvidia install
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15:14<musca>cozy66: if you want to shutdown your xserver you can just stop your display manager
15:16<valdyn>cozy66: you dont need to close your X server to install the debian packages for nvidia drivers
15:16<ivanoov>hi all :)
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15:41<Duanra08|2>Bonsoir à toutes et tous, j'ai plusieurs problèmes sur ma Debian avec XFCE: 1. au démarrage, j'ai un problème de chargement du driver de ma carte graphique (LSPCI donne AMD nee ATI RS100 [Radeon IGP320M]) et j'ai au démarrage: platform radeon_cp.0: firmwire: agent aborted loading radeon/r100_cp.bin (not found?)
15:41<dpkg>Pour l'aide en francais, veuillez rejoindre le canal #debian-fr. Francophone users: for help in french, please go to #debian-fr.
15:41<Duanra08|2>excuse me
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15:41<linuxator>no problem you can try english if you can :)
15:42<Duanra08|2>it's more difficult :)
15:42<Duanra08|2>I have a problem when my computer start
15:42<dpkg>To use an ATI/AMD graphics card with Debian, ask me about <radeon>, <fglrx>. Installing proprietary drivers from (i.e. with the AMD Catalyst installer) is not supported in #debian, please go to #ati on
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15:46<ompaul>that wasn't the intention oh well
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15:57<Anuska>Hi, i configure my debia as webserver using : , but the problem is if i want to edit in /var/www using root not work permission, how i need to install on debian to work correctly apache
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15:58<valdyn>Anuska: stuff needs to be readable by www-data
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15:59<teward>Anuska, do you mean that *you* editing stuff in /var/www fails?
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15:59<teward>i.e. you want *your user* to be able to edit stuff in /var/www without needing `sudo` or root?
15:59<teward>(i.e. from an SSH console or a terminal or something)
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16:00<sney>Anuska: just set up your web root in your user's home directory instead of /var/www
16:00<teward>^ that
16:00<teward>but make sure www-data can read it (on the group at least)
16:00<sney>also, learn to ask questions. you've been on irc long enough
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16:01<Anuska>sney, hi, no know how
16:01<Anuska>uff no know
16:01<Anuska>i reinstall 3x debian
16:01<Anuska>for apache problem :((
16:01<cozy66>valdyn: I want to install the driver from nvidia site, already tried the ones in the rpositories, they made my system unusable,
16:02<valdyn>cozy66: those are not different drivers
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16:02<valdyn>cozy66: they are only in a different package
16:02<sney>Anuska: this guide works.
16:02<cozy66>musca: I stopped gdm but the installer still say i have a xserver running, not sure what to do?
16:03<Anuska>let me see
16:03<valdyn>cozy66: i doubt *they* made your system unusuable, something might have, sure
16:03<teward>Anuska, (1) don't use enter as punctuation, it's annoying. (2) sney's link is useful, and he and I just gave you suggestions on what to do
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16:03<valdyn>cozy66: the logical solution is not breaking debian by using nvidias installer
16:03<teward>Anuska, I strongly recommend you just change the web root that Apache reads from for your site to somewhere in your user's home directory
16:03<teward>(leave /var/www alone, IMO)
16:03<Anuska>teward where i change that in httpd.conf?
16:03<valdyn>cozy66: (beside that we cant support nvidias installer anyway )
16:04<valdyn>./var/www is not really worse than anything other place...
16:04<teward>sney, can you answer their question of where to change that? I come from a primarily nginx background, limited Apache knowledge (but the advice would be the same either way :P)
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16:04<cozy66>Well i tested this driver on another distro so i know it works with my card,
16:05<valdyn>Anuska: /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/
16:05<sney>start to finish
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16:05<valdyn>Anuska: oh, do what sney said anyway
16:05<Anuska>but there is with virtualhost etc..
16:05<Anuska>i want only 1
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16:05<cozy66>valdyn: how can i tell if the packaged driver in the repositories contain my driver?
16:06<Anuska>in my /home/anuska/public_html
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16:06<sney>Anuska: you can do that! you can do anything you want! you still need to set a virtualhost, because that's how apache works! hooray!
16:06<valdyn>cozy66: i dont know what you mean with "my"
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16:07<stderr_dk>Anuska: The default virtual host is called... "default". (MADNESS!!!)
16:07<cozy66>valdyn: i mean if it contain the proper driver for my actual card
16:07<Anuska>;;et me do
16:08<valdyn>cozy66: the supported cards are dependent on the driver version number - has a list for each driver
16:08<Anuska>i modify in default ?
16:08<Anuska>or i let file default alone
16:08<sney>Anuska: how about you read the instructions and follow them
16:08<cozy66>valdyn: i have a quadro fx 880m
16:08<valdyn>cozy66: if the debian driver was the wrong one, then your card is either to new and you need to use the driver from testing or higher or your card is to old and you need a -legacy package
16:09<valdyn>cozy66: heh, i dont know the whole damn list, see
16:10<dpkg>Where possible, Nvidia graphic processing units are supported using the open source <nouveau> driver on Debian systems by default. To install the proprietary "nvidia" driver, see or ask me about <nvidia dkms>, <nvidia legacy>; installing this directly from (i.e. with <nvidia-installer>) is _not_ supported in #debian, please go to #nvidia on
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16:11<cozy66>dpkg: yes i got that, but how do you suggest i will do?
16:11<dpkg>cozy66: I don't know, could you explain it?
16:11<sney>which gpu is that?
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16:11<stderr_dk>cozy66: It's a bot...
16:12<cozy66>Dont really know so much about gpus
16:12<sney>lspci -nn |grep -i vga
16:13<sney>cozy66: output of that command, please
16:13<cozy66>sney: checking
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16:16<cozy66>sney: it says,vga compatible controller 0300 nvidia corporation quadro fx 880m 10de:oa3c, rev a2
16:16<sney>,pciid 10de:0a3c
16:16<judd>[10de:0a3c] is 'GT216GLM [Quadro FX 880M]' from 'NVIDIA Corporation' with kernel modules 'nouveau', 'snd-hda-intel' in wheezy. See also and the out-of-tree 'snd-hda-intel' module.
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16:17<stderr_dk>Poor bot.
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16:20<sney>cozy66: nvidia-kernel-legacy-173xx-dkms should do it
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16:22<cozy66>sney: thats great, i will try, thank you
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16:29<Kasayarou>I'm trying to boot Debian from a net-installer USB stick on a quasi-new system and failing. I can successfully boot GParted via USB, and I was able to boot from the USB in VMware on my Windows box (via Plop). I have no usable optical disc burners. I'm not sure what to try next.
16:29<xander>hi everyone! I need to know if it is better to install debian 7 i386 or amd64 in my notebook. I have a Hp pavilion dv6 with processor intel core2 (2.60 per core).
16:30<xander>Can you help me98790--==[]
16:30<Luli>hi.. I don't know what is it...
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16:31<blast007>Kasayarou: how did you create the USB stick?
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16:32<Kasayarou>Unetbootin. I've tried both the image it downloads for you and, separately, debian-7.3.0-ia64-netinst.iso.
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16:33<teward>xander, according to Intel, the Core 2 line is/was 64-bit, is there a reason you wouldn't want amd64 (the 64bit image)?
16:33<blast007>Kasayarou: don't use Unetbootin. Write the netinst ISO directly to the flash drive like a disk image. (so, on Windows, write it with Win32 Disk Imager)
16:34<cozy66>sney: so i installed the driver and now im stuck at boot, what to do?
16:34<blast007>cozy66: can you provide more detail? stuck where, exactly?
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16:35<xander>tewar, no i was just asking because i never tried debian before
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16:36<cozy66>After installing it, synaptic said it was a conflict with the former driver and the best sollution was to reboot so i did that, now gdm is not loading and all i se is the marker blippin, no shell
16:37<cozy66>If i type nothing happens
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16:39<cozy66>blast007: do you have any suggestion what to do?
16:39<blast007>I actually don't see support for the Quadro FX 880M in the 173 drivers, but I do in the 304 (which is just the 'nvidia-kernel-dkms' package)
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16:41<cozy66>So re-install debian again?
16:42<cozy66>Dont know how to bring up a shell, nothing seem to be working right now
16:42<blast007>I'm sure a reinstall is not necessary.
16:42<blast007>Did you try pressing Ctrl-Alt-F1 ?
16:42<petn-randall>cozy66: You can switch to a terminal with ctrl+alt+F1, then log in and we can fix it from there.
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16:43<cozy66>Thanks, that did the trick
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16:44<cozy66>Should i uninstall it?
16:45<Kasayarou>blast007: "DISK BOOT FAILURE, INSERT SYSTEM DISK AND PRESS ENTER". (With unetbootin, it started printing kernel messages, then froze.)
16:45<cozy66>Or just install the 304?
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16:47<petn-randall>Kasayarou: Don't use unetbootin, it breaks the hybrid ISOs.
16:47<petn-randall>dpkg: tell Kasayarou -about unetbootin
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16:49<Anuska>i copy this to and not work correctly
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16:49<Anuska>this is my problem :((
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16:49<Guest582>hey anuska
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16:50<cozy66>blast007: "apt-get rm nvidia-kernel-legacy-173xx-dkms" it say rm is wrong, hint?
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16:52<nadir>cozy66: apt-get -h
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16:53<nadir>often the -h switch requires a | less or a | grep <pattern> to be of help.
16:53<nadir>not in this case
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16:54<cozy66>nadir: thanks
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16:55<nadir>cozy66: I don't fully understand how that works, but a simple "remove" will leave <i-don't-understand-what>, while a "purge" doesn't leave it
16:56<nadir>then there may be leftover config files(?) , the only way to get rid of i know is "aptitude purge ~c"
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16:58<Kasayarou>Okay, Win32 Disk Manager did give me a good image with mini.iso. (Not sure why it failed with the -netinst.iso, but I'll manage without.) Thanks!
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17:00<agentx>any new updates on meshnet
17:01<agentx>So excited about the project
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17:03<fractal000000>looking for some help if possible, just installed debian from cd but installer didnt detect my nic, i have the correct driver on usb mounted and untarred but i dont appear to have make installed and no internet access to install it,
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17:07<petn-randall>nadir: remove will leave the conffiles back, purge doesn't.
17:07<nadir>petn-randall: thanks. I always forget (no idea what aptitude purge ~c does in that case)
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17:14<cozy66>Thanks all i think its ok now:) well maybe i will be back later.
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17:45<SamB>hmm, is there a tool to help you see where packets are getting lost along the route to/from a host?
17:45<SamB>basically like traceroute, only I guess taking more samples per hop, and reporting a lossage stat for each hop?
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17:46<Kasayarou>traceroute -q?
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17:47<svenx>SamB: apt-get install mtr-tiny, and run mtr
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17:47<svenx>SamB: you get icmp and udp packet types, and with the latest version, even tcp.
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17:48<Anuska>access-list 100 deny tcp any any
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17:49<Eco>SamB : Take a look at paris-traceroute
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17:52<jblaze>Why is the gimp documentation in the stable repos for version 2.6 when the installed version is 2.8? How do I get the more updated version?
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17:53<sney>,v gimp
17:53<judd>Package: gimp on i386 -- squeeze: 2.6.10-1+squeeze3; squeeze-security: 2.6.10-1+squeeze4; wheezy: 2.8.2-2; wheezy-proposed-updates: 2.8.2-2+deb7u1; wheezy-security: 2.8.2-2+deb7u1; jessie: 2.8.6-1; sid: 2.8.6-1
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17:56<sney>,v gimp-help-common
17:56<judd>Package: gimp-help-common on i386 -- squeeze: 2.4.1-2; jessie: 2.6.1-1; sid: 2.6.1-1; wheezy: 2.6.1-1
17:56<sney>jblaze: that's a good question actually.
17:57<sney>file a bug report against gimp-help-common
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18:00<jblaze>sney: thanks, will do
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18:08<new139131>I have a SSD and a HDD. Is it okay to put swap & root on my SSD and /home on the HDD? The SSD is kind of small and HDD is rather big.
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18:10<sney>yeah, that's a pretty standard setup
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18:10<sney>some people will freak out at the notion of you having swap on a SSD, but real world it doesn't seem to have much of an effect
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18:11<soundconjurer>Because of the write life?
18:12<new139131>Alright so I will put the swap on the HDD then, thanks for help. :)
18:12<sney>right. which was way more of an issue with first run SSDs than now
18:12<sney>if you have a normal amount of ram you probably won't use swap much anyway, unless you're using suspend to disk or have huge caching operations
18:12<soundconjurer>They still have that problem... but yeah, not to the same extent.
18:12<new139131>I have 16 gb ram
18:12<sney>you will probably never use swap
18:13<soundconjurer>unless you hibernate
18:13<new139131>Hmm, I often close down my pc when I dont use it, except maybe sometimes when torrent is running, but thats about it.
18:13<soundconjurer>My set up would be OS to the SSD, home and swap to the HDD
18:13<new139131>I have read mixed things about swap, but you are sure I dont need it?
18:14<sney>swap is virtual memory
18:14<sney>it's a space on disk used for ram when you have no ram left, or for things that don't need to be active in ram
18:14<new139131>Yes I know, I read somewhere I think on stackoverflow about if using swap or not.
18:14<soundconjurer>I just set up my SELinux
18:14<sney>stackoverflow is full of people who have no idea what they're talking about
18:14<soundconjurer>Worked like a charm.
18:14<sney>swap is exactly like ram, except it's on your disk and stays persistent with the power off. that's all
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18:14<SamB>new139131: well, how much memory do you have?
18:15<new139131>Ok ^^
18:15<soundconjurer>Had to alter like 3 things, but no more errors.
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18:16<sney>new139131: it won't hurt you to have swap, but with that much ram you will probably never see it used. that's all
18:16<hakermania>sney, That is a myth. I have actually seed a 8 GB ram pc with 2 GB Ram usage and 4 GB swap usage at the same time
18:16<SamB>16 megabytes?
18:17<soundconjurer>Hey... does SELinux affect backups like Deja-Dup?
18:17<new139131>16 gigabytes
18:17<SamB>hakermania: that doesn't sound like it actually needed the swap?
18:17<SamB>hmm, what about suspend-to-disk ?
18:17<SamB>whatever that's called
18:18<hakermania>SamB, I know. But it doesn't use it only as a RAM extension. I think that it prefers to do some tasks there
18:18<hakermania>I am not sure though. The kernel (?) knows (?)
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18:19<sney>things get swapped out of memory if they're inactive for a time, there's a 'swappiness' setting you can change in /proc, maybe?
18:20<sney>in any case, I think I meant that he wouldn't see it being needed
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18:21<petn-randall>process memory might get swapped out if the kernel thinks the RAM is better spent with filesystem cache.
18:21<SamB>hmm, was it Linux or NT (or both?) that can use swap to dump kernelspace for debugging purposes ...
18:25<new139131>Btw, do I need to set /boot? I have only tried with but unsure if you can do it without? Will only use debian on this machine.
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18:28<petn-randall>new139131: You can only have root, if it's unencrypted. grub can read from RAID and LVM.
18:28<new139131>I plan on having LVM on
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18:29<petn-randall>new139131: Should work, but it's harder to debug if anything fails. If you have /boot you will still get a busybox shell from which you could fix things.
18:29<petn-randall>new139131: I usually add 500 GB of /boot right at the beginning.
18:29<petn-randall>new139131: But then again the rest of my system is within LUKS ...
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18:30<new139131>I have 60 GB and 250 GB currently, the smaller one being SSD and the other HDD.
18:31<new139131>Currently I have it like this: SSD /boot 0,5 gb, /root 63.5 gb. HDD swap 8 gb, rest /home.
18:31<new139131>This must be correct, yes?
18:32<SamB>hmm, I'd make /boot bigger
18:32<new139131>1 gb boot?
18:32<quiescence>hi, I recently installed debian 7 with XFCE. However there is an awful beep all the time. When I move backwards from a folder (by pressing backspace) and also everytime I delete a word "too much" still by using backspace or using arrows. Is this supposed to work like this? It's driving me crazy all these beeps.
18:32<SamB>well, I think
18:32<SamB>let me check mine ...
18:33<SamB>okay, nevermind
18:33<new139131>I didnt think grub needed that much, like around 200-300 mb at most
18:33<SamB>that /boot is fine
18:33<new139131>Ok nice :D
18:33*SamB must have misplaced the decimal point in his memory ...
18:33<petn-randall>I've got 500 MB /boot, of which 95 MB are used for a single kernel.
18:33<new139131>I will use 500 mb as well just to be sure
18:34*SamB still doesn't remember his /boot being as small as df(1) says it is though ...
18:34<mtn>quiescence: if you go into your sound settings, do you see something for system sounds? if so, turn it off.
18:34<SamB>supposedly I've got 35M used for two kernels
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18:34<SamB>these are the 686-pae kernels but even so
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18:34<petn-randall>quiescence: You can turn it off my turning down 'beep' in your sound mixer.
18:35<petn-randall>new139131: I'd put swap onto the SSD, too.
18:35<petn-randall>new139131: If this is a laptop/desktop, you'll enjoy it when doing suspend-to-disk.
18:36<quiescence>it's at zero on alsamixer, but it keeps happening
18:36<new139131>I had swap on SSD first, but someone before here suggested to not have it there, lol :P
18:36<new139131>its for desktop use
18:37<nadir>quiescence: modprobe -r pcspkr
18:37<SamB>new139131: probably based on having heard that swap was bad for flash or something
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18:37<new139131>I don't know enough whenever it would affect me or not
18:38<quiescence>it's gone. thank's a lot!
18:38<SamB>well, I hear SSDs are a lot more tolerant of such things than your run-of-the mill USB key of yesteryear
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18:40<new139131>Ok; I have changed it!
18:41<new139131>For encryption, should I use it on all? root home
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18:42<new139131>Or is it wise to include boot in the LVM?
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18:43<nadir>quiescence: you will probably want to make that happen during boot automatically. I don't know how.
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18:43<petn-randall>new139131: If you want to encrypt your whole LVM, /boot must be outside of it.
18:44<petn-randall>new139131: Otherwise grub won't be able to access your kernel to boot from it.
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18:46<new139131>Thank you!
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18:50<petn-randall>new139131: You're welcome! Have a nice day.
18:51<SamB>hmm, I forget: is there a simple-ish way to upgrade just whatever stuff from the "git" source package I have installed?
18:51<new139131>And to you as well!
18:52<Anuska>hi, i try to run: wine program.exe and give me a lot of fixme:time:GetSystemTimes (0xa4e8d0,0xa4e8e8,0xa4e8e0): Stub! , how i resolve that problems?
18:53<Anuska>i find a pach but no know what to do >
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18:55<petn-randall>Hi Anuska, please don't cross post a question over both #debian channels. It'll just get more confusing for you when people on both sides give you suggestions to the problem.
18:56<petn-randall>Anuska: It is fine though to ask on one, and if you don't get any answers after an hour or so, to ask on the other one, too.
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18:57<amphi>Anuska: does the program not run because of this? if it works, don't worry about the messages
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18:59<Anuska>work but give me a lot of message
18:59<Anuska>fixme:ntdll:NtIsProcessInJob stub: (nil) 0x210
18:59<Anuska>in terminal
18:59<amphi>so ignore the messages
18:59<Anuska>and in 10 min 20min crashed
18:59<Anuska>fixme:winsock:WSALookupServiceBeginW (0x22ee0d0 0x00000ff0 0x22ee118) Stub!
18:59<Anuska>[1218/] WSALookupServiceBegin failed with: 8
19:00<amphi>what is the program? is there no native equivalent?
19:00<Anuska>is made by a friend
19:00<Anuska>is a personal software
19:01<amphi>so tell him yo fix it/work around the holes in wine ;)
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19:01<amphi>in any case, it is nothing to do with debian
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19:09<Anuska>uff i run virtualbox to open this program correctly
19:10<Anuska>[....] Starting VirtualBox kernel modules[....] No suitable module for running k[FAIL found ... failed!
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19:11<pero>im trying to install testing netinstall with nonfree firmware, but it refuses to connect to wifi - it detects the wifi card (intel 3945/golan) but never lists available networks and refuses to connect to the specified one
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19:17<Anuska>good night
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19:29<pero>no the firmware never loads - agent has aborted (or something) not found
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19:35<pero>probably connected to this bug
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21:20<new139131>If I am in a certain folder in terminal and want to view that folder from gui, then what do I type?
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21:23<SamB>new139131: my guess is that "xdg-open ." might do what you want
21:23<abrotman>new139131: what WM are you using ?
21:25<new139131>xdg-open . didnt work for me
21:25<abrotman>tried "dolphin ." ?
21:25<new139131>no protocol specified
21:25<new139131>cannot connect to X server
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21:26<new139131>I am trying to install firefox on my other pc but its a pain in the ass!
21:26<abrotman>are these related?
21:26<abrotman>why not use iceweasel ?
21:26<new139131>Because of addons
21:26<SamB>new139131: it sounds like you either aren't running under X, or are trying to do it as root
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21:28<new139131>Root or no root made no difference, I am sure I am running X.
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21:28<new139131>I downloaded firefox via wget
21:28<new139131>via terminal
21:28<new139131>then moved it to /opt
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21:29<new139131>I made link to /bin as well, and tried to made desktop icon but it didnt work
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21:29<new139131>so have to go inside the folder, however its sudo protected, but I got in there via terminal
21:30<SamB>new139131: anyway, we REALLY don't recommend firefox
21:30<SamB>addons should work fine with iceweasel now
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21:30<new139131>Why dont you recommend FF?
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21:31<SamB>I'm not sure if this has anything to do with the complaint I submitted about AMO not working with iceweasel ages back, but they seemed to have fixed it not that long after ...
21:31<abrotman>new139131: have you visited ?
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21:33<new139131>No, but if the only solution is to not get FF and get iceweasel I will have to do it.
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21:35<new139131>Can I still sync with FF?
21:35<new139131>Nevermind it works.
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22:18<farmer>where is i can get debian user certification ?
22:18<abrotman>there is no such thing
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22:19<farmer>do you have any sugestion to me to have any certification
22:20<abrotman>for what?
22:20<farmer>to get work
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22:21<farmer>ok thx
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23:05<lisbeth>Hi. I am on a fresh install of Debian 7.2 Wheezy. I can't shut down my computer through GUI, and can only accomplish it by using "sudo shutdown 0". Doing this doesn't shut down my computer but instead takes me to the login screen and I can shut down from there.
23:06<lisbeth>Sorry, KDE version.
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23:07<acald3ron>try halt
23:08<lisbeth>ok brb
23:08<lisbeth>Bash doesn't have that command
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23:12<SamB>"sudo halt", actually
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23:19<lisbeth>halt shut down my system almost immediately
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23:34<jonathan> /msg bots NOT people
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23:37<stderr_dk>lisbeth: Have you tried sudo shutdown -h ?
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23:38<lisbeth>stder_dk the problem is not that I can't shut down in console. Halt seems to work just fine. The problem is that I can't shut down through kmenu gui options.
23:38<SamB>maybe ask #debian-kde ?
23:38<lisbeth>good idea, thanks
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