Back to Home / #debian / 2009 / 01 / Prev Day | Next Day
#debian IRC Logs for 2009-01-25

---Logopened Sun Jan 25 00:00:11 2009
---Daychanged Sun Jan 25 2009
00:00-!-gpb [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
00:06-!-philsf [~philsf@] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
00:06-!-philsf [~philsf@] has joined #debian
00:09-!-colbinator [] has joined #debian
00:10-!-Txt-file [~Txt-file@] has joined #debian
00:12-!-Txt-file1 [~Txt-file@] has joined #debian
00:12-!-dankbot430 [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
00:15-!-chealer_ [~chealer@] has joined #debian
00:16-!-colby [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
00:17<StatusQuote>lol.. i asked dpkg about !hashing
00:18-!-Txt-file [~Txt-file@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
00:18<StatusQuote>well, it told me "are you smoking crack?, StatusQuote"
00:18-!-Dracie [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
00:19-!-cheal [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
00:19<philsf> /msg dpkg lenny status
00:20<StatusQuote>philsf: is that something you wanted me to do?
00:21-!-chealer [] has joined #debian
00:23-!-Vantage13 [] has left #debian [Kopete 0.11.3 :]
00:23-!-mike_ [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
00:23-!-Txt-file1 [~Txt-file@] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
00:23-!-Txt-file [~Txt-file@] has joined #debian
00:25-!-chealer_ [~chealer@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
00:26<StatusQuote>i'm trying to figure out how to use dpkg's babelfish command.. it seems to give no response in private
00:29-!-bilboquet [] has joined #debian
00:29-!-freealan [] has joined #debian
00:30-!-cheal [] has joined #debian
00:32-!-chealer [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
00:33-!-Gun_Smoke [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
00:33-!-philsf [~philsf@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
00:39-!-Alabaster_W [] has joined #debian
00:43-!-craigevil [] has quit [Quit: ChatZilla 0.9.84 [Iceweasel 3.0.5/2008122011]]
00:46-!-StatusQuote [~brian@] has quit [Quit: Never be afraid to change the status quo, but always try to understand it first.]
00:48-!-Alabaster_W [] has left #debian []
00:49-!-h2-gw [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
00:51-!-pah [] has joined #debian
00:53-!-mike_ [] has joined #debian
00:53<mike_>hey dowloaded compiz how do i make it work XD
00:56-!-gravity [] has quit [Quit: sleep]
00:57-!-mike_ [] has quit []
00:58-!-RIVE [~cesar@] has joined #debian
01:00-!-jscinoz [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
01:00-!-jscinoz [] has joined #debian
01:01-!-omer [] has joined #debian
01:03-!-chealer_ [~chealer@] has joined #debian
01:07-!-cheal [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
01:09-!-RIVE [~cesar@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
01:10-!-Dracie [] has joined #debian
01:19-!-cahoot [~radix@] has joined #debian
01:25-!-xingu [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
01:25-!-xingu [] has joined #debian
01:30-!-freealan [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
01:31-!-jpablo [jpablo@] has joined #debian
01:31-!-aries [~net@] has joined #debian
01:31-!-Dracie [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
01:31-!-aries [~net@] has quit []
01:32-!-aries [~net@] has joined #debian
01:32-!-kapil [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
01:33-!-kalpik_ is now known as kalpik
01:38-!-mike_ [] has joined #debian
01:38-!-aries [~net@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
01:38<mike_>hey can someone help me install a game i like>? i get errors and i will paste bin them if someone wants
01:43<mike_>anyone i need help installing wolfenstine enemy teritory
01:48-!-hefg [] has joined #debian
01:52-!-a [] has joined #debian
01:53-!-a [] has quit []
01:55-!-Dracie [] has joined #debian
01:56-!-Dracie [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
01:56-!-Dracie [] has joined #debian
01:58-!-crusty [] has joined #debian
01:58-!-Dracie [] has quit []
01:58-!-crusty [] has left #debian []
01:59-!-metalqga [] has joined #debian
02:00-!-cahoot [~radix@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:02-!-mike_ [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
02:04-!-chealer_ is now known as chealer
02:08-!-iron [~iron@] has joined #debian
02:08-!-iron [~iron@] has quit []
02:23-!-robertk [] has joined #debian
02:24-!-AbsintheSyringe [~havoc@] has joined #debian
02:24-!-m0zone [] has joined #debian
02:30-!-thisone [] has joined #debian
02:30-!-Phocean [] has joined #debian
02:33-!-j [] has joined #debian
02:34-!-yasuo [] has joined #debian
02:34-!-yasuo [] has quit []
02:35-!-thisone [] has quit []
02:35-!-newbie [~newbie_23@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
02:36-!-newbie [~newbie_23@] has joined #debian
02:37-!-m0zone [] has left #debian [Leaving]
02:39-!-Phocean [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:41-!-Markln [~Markln@] has joined #debian
02:42-!-dmz [] has joined #debian
02:42<j>dose anyone know how to convert 32 bit rpms into 64bit rpms inside a debian based system
02:42-!-phorce1_ [~gvl2@] has joined #debian
02:44-!-phorce1 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:46-!-Markln [~Markln@] has quit []
02:48-!-erika_swe [] has joined #debian
02:48-!-klaymen [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:49-!-erika_swe [] has left #debian []
02:50-!-Phocean [] has joined #debian
02:50-!-Phocean [] has quit []
02:56-!-klaymen [] has joined #debian
02:56-!-phorce1 [] has joined #debian
02:56-!-bilboquet [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:58-!-jpablo [jpablo@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
02:58-!-phorce1_ [~gvl2@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:58-!-thisone [] has joined #debian
02:59-!-j [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
03:01-!-seraph1 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:02-!-kapil [] has joined #debian
03:03-!-chris_ [] has joined #debian
03:03-!-chris_ [] has quit []
03:06-!-abhilash [~abhilash@] has joined #debian
03:07-!-thisone [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
03:07-!-abhilash [~abhilash@] has quit []
03:08-!-dastriniak [] has joined #debian
03:09-!-Balawoo [] has joined #debian
03:09-!-Balawoo [] has left #debian []
03:09-!-hefg [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
03:11-!-wickd [] has joined #debian
03:12<paveq>can I use debootstrap on etch system to install lenny?
03:12<paveq>or do I need newer debootstrap version...
03:17-!-TMcTrain [] has joined #debian
03:19-!-fxiny [] has joined #debian
03:20-!-kalpik [~kalpik@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:22-!-metalqga [] has left #debian []
03:22-!-kalpik [~kalpik@] has joined #debian
03:24-!-habtool [] has joined #debian
03:25<paveq>apparently not, lenny script just points to sid script, which surely is outdated
03:26-!-wickd [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
03:26<paveq>since debootstrap seems to be only a shell script, force-installing lenny package of it should work..
03:27<duraperidol>debootstrap is really nice
03:27<duraperidol>speaking of,
03:27<duraperidol>building jails, installing debian remotely.. even live-helper
03:27<duraperidol>all debootstrap-powered :-)
03:33-!-robertk [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:34-!-robertk [] has joined #debian
03:34-!-dastriniak [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
03:37-!-chomwitt [] has joined #debian
03:43-!-kingsley [~kingsley@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:45<paveq>damn, it wants to issue "mount" in chroot, which my grsec restrictions deny
03:45<paveq>I guess I will have to come up with another way, perhaps install debian manually into test box and copy files over
03:46-!-krezel [] has joined #debian
03:48-!-jim_p [] has joined #debian
03:49<jim_p>hello people
03:50-!-coder [~coder@] has joined #debian
03:50-!-TuxMountain [~TuxMounta@] has joined #debian
03:51-!-Garda [~Garda@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:51-!-TuxMountain [~TuxMounta@] has left #debian []
03:51-!-Stuckey [] has joined #debian
03:52-!-kingsley [~kingsley@] has joined #debian
03:56-!-Garda [~Garda@] has joined #debian
03:57-!-LoRez [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:59-!-LoRez [] has joined #debian
04:00-!-peterS [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:00-!-Zylvain [] has joined #debian
04:00-!-lsdhfsofd0 [] has joined #debian
04:01-!-lsdhfsofd0 [] has quit []
04:03-!-sxp [~sxp@] has joined #debian
04:04-!-sxp [~sxp@] has quit []
04:08-!-sphenxes [] has joined #debian
04:10<jim_p>can i use adobes .deb for flash 10 on my local repo or is it not advisable?
04:18-!-konrad [] has joined #debian
04:19-!-konrad [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
04:21-!-Torsten_W [] has joined #debian
04:21-!-konrad [] has joined #debian
04:22-!-konrad [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
04:22-!-konrad [] has joined #debian
04:23-!-Lethalman [] has joined #debian
04:24-!-konrad [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
04:29-!-mode/#debian [+l 334] by debhelper
04:29-!-bozz [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
04:31-!-karthik [~karthik@] has joined #debian
04:31-!-bozz [] has joined #debian
04:32-!-stoned [stoned@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:32-!-chomwitt [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
04:33-!-chomwitt [] has joined #debian
04:36-!-knoppix_ [] has joined #debian
04:36-!-knoppix_ is now known as Guest2157
04:38-!-robertk [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:39-!-chomwitt_ [] has joined #debian
04:48-!-cgreco [] has joined #debian
04:51-!-xingu [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:51-!-robertk [] has joined #debian
04:51-!-evandar [~evandar@] has joined #debian
04:52-!-spice_1 [] has joined #debian
04:52<spice_1>buon giorno a tutti
04:52<spice_1>scusate ho bisogno di un aiuto
04:53<spice_1>vorrei installare debian su una pendrive vorrei sapere dv posso scaricare il pacchetto debian adatto e come installarlo
04:53-!-crille [] has joined #debian
04:54-!-crille [] has quit []
04:57<jim_p>spice_1, can you please translate it in english beacuse my italian are not that good
04:58-!-stevecotton [] has joined #debian
04:58<spice_1>i hope to install debian in my usb pen. how install debian in usb pen?
04:58-!-midlis [] has joined #debian
04:58-!-chomwitt [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
04:58<spice_1>to windows vista
04:58-!-chomwitt [] has joined #debian
04:59-!-mode/#debian [+l 340] by debhelper
04:59<spice_1>and where i find the usb debian package?
04:59<jim_p>spice_1, have a look at, it has tons of instructions
05:00<spice_1>Økæ¥ thanks for help
05:00<jim_p>spice_1, the usb package is usually an extracted iso with some modifications
05:00<spice_1>Økæ¥ ^^
05:02-!-pos [] has joined #debian
05:03-!-padski [~padski@] has joined #debian
05:03-!-crille [] has joined #debian
05:03-!-joey_ [] has joined #debian
05:03-!-joey_ [] has quit []
05:04-!-hari [] has joined #debian
05:04-!-hari [] has left #debian []
05:04-!-crille [] has quit []
05:04-!-StatusQuote [] has joined #debian
05:05-!-robertk [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:07-!-xingu [] has joined #debian
05:09-!-Col_Kernel [] has joined #debian
05:11-!-ernesto [] has joined #debian
05:11-!-trixy [] has joined #debian
05:11-!-trixy [] has quit []
05:13-!-crille [] has joined #debian
05:14-!-crille [] has quit []
05:18-!-Guest2157 [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
05:18-!-gusnan [] has joined #debian
05:19-!-marvin [] has joined #debian
05:19-!-marvin [] has quit []
05:20-!-ant_ [] has joined #debian
05:22-!-xingu [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:24-!-hovik [] has joined #debian
05:24-!-hovik [] has quit []
05:24-!-xingu [] has joined #debian
05:28-!-karthik [~karthik@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:29-!-flash_gordon [] has joined #debian
05:29-!-Woet [] has joined #debian
05:29-!-swo [] has joined #debian
05:30<Woet>There is some process on my server that causes the load to jump up (higher then 40), and block SSH. The only fix is a reboot.
05:30-!-AbsintheSyringe [~havoc@] has quit [Quit: Hit any user to continue]
05:30<Woet>How can I prevent this, or identify the process causing it?
05:31-!-jim_p [] has quit [Quit: Αποχώρησε]
05:31-!-Torsten_W [] has quit [Quit: so, nu isser wech]
05:31<padski>Woet, how are you seeing the load at 40 ?
05:32<Woet>padski: once I got in (once), I managed to type uptimee
05:32<Woet>then SSH timed out again
05:33<Woet>isn't it possible to somehow give SSH priority over anything else?
05:33<Woet>keeping it online and responsive at all times?
05:33<padski>Woet, yes
05:33-!-robertk [] has joined #debian
05:33-!-Mayia [] has joined #debian
05:33<Woet>padski: how?
05:33-!-Mayia [] has quit []
05:34<padski>Woet, I'm no expert, but memlockd might be one of the tools you are looking for.
05:34-!-hanthana [~hanthana@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
05:35<padski>Woet, I reckon there's a way to nice it higher too ...
05:35-!-Woet [] has quit []
05:37-!-Deuterium [~AlCapone@] has joined #debian
05:37-!-beta [] has joined #debian
05:39-!-mode/#debian [+l 346] by debhelper
05:39-!-ernesto [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:45-!-gennaro [] has joined #debian
05:45-!-gennaro [] has quit []
05:47-!-xingu_ [] has joined #debian
05:47-!-xingu [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
05:48-!-StatusQuote [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
05:49-!-matjaz [] has joined #debian
05:49-!-matjaz [] has left #debian []
05:51-!-ernesto [] has joined #debian
05:52-!-crille [] has joined #debian
05:52-!-crille [] has quit []
05:55-!-stoned [stoned@] has joined #debian
05:57-!-Lemonzest [] has joined #debian
05:58-!-scientes [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
06:00-!-LoRez [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:01-!-LoRez [] has joined #debian
06:02-!-ant_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
06:02-!-Mikas [] has joined #debian
06:03-!-streuner_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:04-!-spinard [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
06:04-!-jim_p [] has joined #debian
06:05-!-jim_p [] has quit []
06:06-!-Mikas [] has quit []
06:06-!-spice_1 [] has quit [Quit: Vivere o Morire? Fai La Tua Scelta <<`ÐeStr®VeRy`§CrIpT`>>]
06:12-!-mawerik90 [] has joined #debian
06:12<mawerik90>Ciao a tutti, di #debian!
06:12-!-Lokke [~administr@] has joined #debian
06:13<Lokke>where is the german support chan?
06:13<dpkg>deutschsprachige Hilfe bekommt ihr in (auf, oder - German speaking users please go to (on, or DE == Desktop Environment
06:13<dpkg>Ciao, vai su #debian-it per ricevere aiuto in italiano. Italian Speakers: Please use #debian-it, there you will get much more help.
06:14-!-Phoenix_the_II [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
06:14-!-Phoenix_the_II [] has joined #debian
06:14<Lokke> Kann nicht betreten (Du bist gebannt).
06:14<Lokke>i'm banned!?
06:16<padski>Lokke, no idea, sorry
06:17-!-Worf_ [] has joined #debian
06:19-!-xingu_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:21-!-streuner [] has joined #debian
06:22-!-tccnurse03-rn [~tccnurse0@] has joined #debian
06:22-!-grubby [] has joined #debian
06:22-!-carina [] has joined #debian
06:22-!-taem [~taem@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:23-!-AzaTht [] has joined #debian
06:24-!-carina [] has quit []
06:25-!-tccnurse03-rn [~tccnurse0@] has quit []
06:26-!-Lokke [~administr@] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
06:26-!-xingu [] has joined #debian
06:29-!-padski [~padski@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
06:30-!-freealan [] has joined #debian
06:31-!-flash_gordon [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:32-!-mawerik90 [] has quit [Quit: :: [rED-mIRC] :: [by Maweik90] :: [Vivi ogni secondo della tua vita come se fosse l ultimo]::]
06:33-!-rrr69 [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
06:33-!-freealan [] has quit []
06:34-!-mykhi [] has joined #debian
06:34<mykhi>hi, im having problem with crontab. everytime i try to run X app it says that it cant open display. anyideas? seems popular on google, but cant find working solution
06:36-!-gouchi [] has joined #debian
06:37-!-tdomhan [] has joined #debian
06:39<@weasel>running X applications from out of cron won't work very well
06:39<@weasel>you need to set a display, and you need to use the proper xauthority file (one that has the magic cookie for the current x session)
06:40-!-gutocarvalho [~gutocarva@] has joined #debian
06:40-!-Pepper [] has joined #debian
06:40<mykhi>so any other way to start x app other then crontab?
06:41<Nemoder>maybe gnome-schedule or kcron?
06:42<fxiny>mykhi: run a script from cron , edit this script like this : DISPLAY=:0 yourapp
06:43<fxiny>something like : DISPLAY=:0 firefox file.html
06:43-!-nimrood [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:43-!-__iron [] has joined #debian
06:44<mykhi>gnome-scheudule wont open x apps aswell, checking now your option fxiny
06:44-!-allisonvoll [~allison@] has joined #debian
06:44<fxiny>mykhi: if you have problems end the script (last line) with : sleep 1
06:45-!-ant_ [] has joined #debian
06:46<fxiny>i have tons of cron scripts "harvesting" and pushing pages in iceweasel tabs this way
06:46<mykhi>No protocol specified
06:46<mykhi>Error: cannot open display: :0
06:47-!-crille [] has joined #debian
06:47<fxiny>mykhi: can't be : DISPLAY=:0 firefox /path/to/file && ; sleep 1
06:48-!-crille [] has quit []
06:48-!-Piet [] has joined #debian
06:49<fxiny>mykhi: that goes in a script , you call the script from cron
06:49<mykhi>yea i know, trying it atm
06:49<newbie>hi ,any suggestions how to check alive hosts in a subnet ?
06:50<mykhi>i got syntax error
06:50-!-robertk [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
06:50<fxiny>same for osd_cat display scripts , i check my mail this way
06:50<mykhi>" && ;" ; P
06:51<mykhi>/home/mykhi/skrypcik: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `;'
06:51<mykhi>/home/mykhi/skrypcik: line 1: `DISPLAY=:0 firefox && ; sleep 1'
06:51<mykhi>cant stand together is seems
06:51<fxiny>mykhi: /path/to/file && nect line > sleep 1 i need sleep 1
06:52<spande>newbie : fping ?
06:52<fxiny>f or h ?
06:53<mykhi>same error, cant open display ;<
06:53<mykhi>and no protocol defined
06:54<spande>mykhi : need a ; after 0
06:55-!-lucklan [lucklan@] has joined #debian
06:55<mykhi>spande, what do you mean?
06:56<spande>DISPLAY=:0 is a statement. firefox is another one.
06:56<mykhi>'DISPLAY=:0; firefox &&' ?
06:57-!-davi [] has joined #debian
06:57<fxiny>the only thing is sleep 1 , give iceweasel the file path
06:57-!-peciocci [] has joined #debian
06:57<fxiny>mykhi: no : DISPLAY=:0 firefox /path/to/file &&
06:57<spande>but I am wrong - not needed. Dunno why.
06:57-!-peciocci [] has quit []
06:57-!-binarymutant [] has joined #debian
06:58<mykhi>keep having Error: cannot open display: :0
06:58<mykhi>maybe problem lies somewhere else
06:59-!-mode/#debian [+l 352] by debhelper
06:59<spande>mykhi : you are running this from cron, right?
06:59<mykhi>* * * * * mykhi /home/mykhi/skrypcik
07:00<mykhi>anf file skrypcik is:
07:00<mykhi>DISPLAY=:0.0 firefox &&
07:00<mykhi>sleep 1;
07:00<spande>then it is an environment problem.
07:00<fxiny>mykhi: no , dump all in a chmod 700 file , and run that script from cron
07:00<spande>cron doesn;
07:01<fxiny>so cron run and voila'
07:01-!-linac [~lin@] has joined #debian
07:01<spande>doesn't know which display it should show up on if available.
07:01<mykhi>i dont see the connection since crontab is running script anyway
07:01<fxiny>is it root cron ?
07:01<fxiny>root can go to hell
07:01<mykhi>well its /etc/crontab
07:02<fxiny>crontab -e
07:02-!-viorica [] has joined #debian
07:02-!-krish_bhat [~krish@] has joined #debian
07:03-!-beta [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
07:03-!-viorica [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
07:03<spande>you have the same problem with an xterm. an't remember how I solved that.
07:04<fxiny>i don't have any problem : six cron entries all displayn almost anything i need in iceweasel or osd_cat
07:04-!-krish_bhat [~krish@] has quit []
07:04<fxiny>i love osd_cat
07:04-!-xlotlu [~john@] has joined #debian
07:04<newbie>thanks spande fxiny ...fping was exactly that i needed ..
07:04-!-spacepup [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
07:04-!-nimrood [] has joined #debian
07:05<spande>in same crontab?
07:06<mykhi>puting it in 'crontab -e' doesnt change a thing ;<
07:06-!-jcwu [] has joined #debian
07:07<fxiny>mykhi: did you give crontab the full script path ?
07:07<mykhi>no but it is trying to run app anyway, firefox just gives me error that it cannot open display
07:07<@weasel>Sun 12:39:41 <weasel> you need to set a display, and you need to use the proper xauthority file (one that has the magic cookie for the current x session)
07:07*spande installs osd_cat to tryu it out.
07:08<spande>uh... no debian package in etch
07:08<fxiny>spande: see for osd_cat tips , i've picked ideas from there
07:08<mykhi>i think weasel may be right although i have no idea what does he mean >>
07:08<@weasel>mykhi: etch or lenny?
07:09<@weasel>mykhi: how do you get into X? using gdm?
07:09<mykhi>newer one
07:09<mykhi>yes, gdm
07:09<spande>I think also has stuff on magic cookies in xsessions.
07:09<@weasel>env | grep -i xauth
07:09-!-lucklan [lucklan@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
07:10<@weasel>that's what your script needs.
07:10<@weasel>it changes every time you log in.
07:10<valdyn>spande: package is xosd-bin
07:14<spande>valdyn - thanks, found it.
07:15-!-diego [] has joined #debian
07:15-!-diego [] has quit []
07:15-!-geenna [] has joined #debian
07:16<valdyn>i havent tried aosd-cat
07:17<valdyn>probably a nicer fonts
07:17<fxiny>valdyn: fonts ? terminus . i have a bunch of perl use Net::POP3; displaying subject lines ...
07:18-!-xingu [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
07:18<fxiny>the only problem is debian-changes sometimes flooding my screen :)
07:18-!-portebel [] has joined #debian
07:18<fxiny>but that's funny :)
07:19<fxiny>osd_cat --font='-xos4-terminus-bold-*-*-*-*-240-*-*-*-*-iso8859-15'
07:22-!-pieter [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
07:24-!-roomy [] has joined #debian
07:24-!-roomy [] has quit []
07:25-!-LORDdarkness [] has joined #debian
07:25-!-grubby [] has quit [Quit: BitchX-1.1-final -- just do it.]
07:25-!-LORDdarkness [] has quit []
07:26-!-llimeht [~stuart@] has joined #debian
07:26-!-sireno [~sireno@] has joined #debian
07:27-!-sireno [~sireno@] has quit []
07:27-!-dpalacio [~itsuki@] has joined #debian
07:29-!-portebel [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
07:37-!-binarymutant [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
07:38-!-Piet [] has quit [Quit: Piet]
07:42-!-bault [] has joined #debian
07:44-!-tdomhan [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
07:46-!-saavedra_ [] has joined #debian
07:48-!-guti [] has joined #debian
07:53-!-newbie [~newbie_23@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
07:54-!-saavedra [] has joined #debian
07:54<saavedra>hola chavalotesss
07:54-!-lass [] has joined #debian
07:54-!-guti [] has left #debian []
07:54-!-guti [] has joined #debian
07:55-!-guti [] has quit [Quit: guti]
07:55-!-saavedra [] has quit [Quit: saavedra]
07:55-!-vuong [~luu@] has joined #debian
07:55-!-lass [] has left #debian []
07:55-!-saavedra_ [] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
07:55-!-vuong [~luu@] has quit []
07:57-!-bault [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
08:07-!-ant_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
08:07-!-Gekz [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
08:07-!-pringat [~roger@] has joined #debian
08:08-!-Holborn [] has joined #debian
08:11-!-Gekz [] has joined #debian
08:14-!-cahoot [~radix@] has joined #debian
08:15-!-m|s [] has joined #debian
08:16-!-mentor [~mentor@] has joined #debian
08:16-!-jotun [] has joined #debian
08:17-!-Lincoln [] has joined #debian
08:17-!-Lincoln is now known as gnu-linux_user-0
08:18-!-Gekz_ [] has joined #debian
08:18-!-Gekz [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
08:18-!-gnu-linux_user-0 [] has left #debian []
08:23-!-Schuenemann [~xchat@] has joined #debian
08:25-!-Schuenemann [~xchat@] has left #debian []
08:26-!-rm [] has joined #debian
08:26-!-Worf_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
08:28<rm>hallo, jemand hier der deutsch spricht?
08:28-!-jotun [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
08:29<dpkg>deutschsprachige Hilfe bekommt ihr in (auf, oder - German speaking users please go to (on, or DE == Desktop Environment
08:30-!-rm [] has left #debian []
08:31-!-Garda [~Garda@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
08:32-!-chealer [~chealer@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
08:39-!-Holborn [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
08:40-!-kanru [~kanru@2001:b020:0:71::11] has joined #debian
08:40-!-AbsintheSyringe [~havoc@] has joined #debian
08:42-!-cahoot [~radix@] has quit [Quit: cahoot]
08:42-!-chealer [~chealer@] has joined #debian
08:46-!-metalqga [] has joined #debian
08:46-!-cahoot [~radix@] has joined #debian
08:46-!-kris [] has joined #debian
08:47-!-kris is now known as Guest2194
08:49-!-pah [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
08:51-!-sooperkuh [] has joined #debian
08:51-!-sooperkuh [] has left #debian []
08:51-!-Gekz_ is now known as Gekz
08:54-!-Gekz [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
08:56-!-john_ [] has joined #debian
08:56-!-john_ [] has quit []
08:57-!-jeremiah [] has joined #debian
08:57<jeremiah>I am installing debian using a flash drive, or hope to anyway. . .
08:58<jeremiah>what is a good way to ensure that the kernel the boot.img.gz file uses and the netinst ISO are the same?
08:58-!-bono [] has joined #debian
08:58-!-Holborn [] has joined #debian
08:58-!-Gekz [] has joined #debian
08:59-!-calimero32456 [] has joined #debian
09:00<calimero32456>hello i've got a little problem. i upgraded via apt-get to kernel 2.6.26-1 from 2.6.24-etchnhalf.1-amd64, but now the 2.6.26 is in the grub boot list but the server always boots from 2.6.24. Does anyone know why?
09:00<Stuckey>How do I empty the trash from the command line?
09:01-!-pringat [~roger@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
09:01-!-crynale [] has joined #debian
09:02<crynale>hola a tod@s
09:02<jeremiah>Stuckey: There are many trashes, which one do you want to empty?
09:02<Stuckey>jeremiah, the one that's on my gnome desktop
09:02<crynale>tengo una duda usando debian 4
09:03<crynale>No puedo configurar mi conexion wifi una ayuda para un novato
09:04<jeremiah>Stuckey: It most likely is a directory called .Trash
09:04<jeremiah>Stuckey: So do an ls -a to reveal the dir, and cd into it.
09:05<Stuckey>Debian doens't have a .Trash
09:05<gsimmons>calimero32456: Probably because your default entry is '0', with 2.6.26-1 the most recent kernel in this list. Modify "default" (or updatedefault, savedefault) in /boot/grub/menu.lst if this isn't desired.
09:05<jeremiah>Stuckey: Confirm that it is the right dir, and you can `rm` each item in there
09:05-!-nihil [] has joined #debian
09:05<Stuckey>the only .Trash I have is an .xml file from nautilus
09:06-!-Worf_ [] has joined #debian
09:06<jeremiah>Stuckey: Can you confirm from the contents that it is the same as the Graphical version?
09:06<calimero32456>gsimmons yes my default entry is 0
09:07<calimero32456>should i just put a # in front of the line?
09:07<Werid>///win 14
09:08<Stuckey>jeremiah, it's a .xml file?
09:08<jeremiah>Stuckey: And?
09:08<Stuckey>t just has xml stuff in it
09:08<jeremiah>Precisely, and XML is text, so you can grep it.
09:09-!-mode/#debian [+l 359] by debhelper
09:09<Stuckey>jeremiah, I used cat
09:09<jeremiah>Okay, if you think that is your Nautilus trash file, if you can see the contents resemble your graphical trash file, you can parse and delete things.
09:10<jeremiah>Or you can `cat /dev/null > trash.xml`
09:10<jeremiah>which will wipe it out
09:10<jeremiah>But I doubt you want that.
09:10<jeremiah>Are you hoping to remove selected items from the XML file?
09:10<Stuckey>jeremiah, I'm just trying to get the trash that's on my gnome desktop to empty
09:11<jeremiah>Stuckey: You can't right click on it and `empty trash` ?
09:11<jeremiah>I though you said you wanted to do it from the command line.
09:11<Stuckey>jeremiah, I can, but when I do it says I can't delete X file because I don't have the permission to.
09:11<enouf>nice tool for parsing xml files is
09:12<jeremiah>Stuckey: I see. You may have to change the permissions on one of the files in your trash.
09:12<jeremiah>Stuckey: They may be owned by someone else or by root.
09:12<Stuckey>but where are these files when they're "in the trash"
09:13<Stuckey>I can't find them unless I take them out of the trash
09:13<jeremiah>Well, you can click on the trash icon and press `openz
09:13<jeremiah>sorry, `open`
09:13<enouf>Stuckey: try updatedb as root; then locate -i trash
09:13<Stuckey>Okay, thanks
09:14<jeremiah>Stuckey: That will only show you where dirs named `trash` are
09:14<enouf>possible it's in /root/.Trash or somecrap - all depends if you were root user running the DE
09:14<jeremiah>enouf: I think you are confusing him.
09:14*enouf thought that's what he wanted :-/
09:14<jeremiah>Just show how you can use Nautilus to change perms and then he can delete
09:14<jeremiah>Otherwise it is a wild goose chase with updatedb and locate.
09:15-!-zevarito [] has joined #debian
09:15-!-laura [] has joined #debian
09:15-!-laura [] has quit []
09:16-!-laura [] has joined #debian
09:17-!-laura is now known as Guest2201
09:18-!-Guest2201 [] has quit []
09:19-!-linac [~lin@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
09:19-!-linac [~lin@] has joined #debian
09:19<enouf> <Stuckey> How do I empty the trash from the command line? <-- maybe gconftool2 (gconf-editor) type of commands .. but Stuckey try #gnome-debian channel, IINM
09:20<jeremiah>Or, you can simply change the permissions on the files in the trash and then empty them.
09:20*fxiny thinks this is some parallel universe
09:21<enouf>fxiny: no parallelogram porbs!
09:21-!-gouchi [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
09:21-!-ernesto [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
09:21<fxiny>enouf: parallelotons :P
09:22<calimero32456>can someone explain me what gsimmons explained?
09:22<gsimmons>calimero32456: Sorry, I misread. It should be booting the higher-numbered kernel, unless you had "default saved" set (and savedefault in each kernel option).
09:22<calimero32456>because i adjusted default to 1
09:22<enouf>fxiny: i gotta run .. (you're not in -offtopic, so i said it here) see ya later
09:23<calimero32456>2.6.26 is the first kernel in line
09:23<calimero32456>and when grub was updated it showed the 3 kernels
09:23<fxiny>enouf: ok
09:24<calimero32456>gsimmons should i just put # before the other kernels?
09:24-!-crynale [] has left #debian [Konversation terminated!]
09:25-!-mode/#debian [-o weasel] by weasel
09:26<gsimmons>calimero32456: Provide your /boot/grub/menu.list file at a paste site. Omit any GRUB passwords if in use.
09:26<dpkg>Do not paste more than 2 lines to this channel. Instead, use: or or for pics. Use for large files (think tar.gz) up to 100MB. Remember to tell us the URL of your paste!
09:29-!-ras [] has joined #debian
09:30-!-chomwitt [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
09:30-!-ras [] has quit []
09:33-!-ernesto [] has joined #debian
09:34-!-chomwitt [] has joined #debian
09:37-!-Piet [] has joined #debian
09:42<gsimmons>calimero32456: Your configuration appears to be fine. It is set to boot with the first entry listed (kernel 2.6.26-1-amd64) as default.
09:43<calimero32456>how come uname -a keeps showing the old version?
09:43<calimero32456>linux-image-2.6.26-1-amd64 linux-headers-2.6.26-1-amd64
09:43<calimero32456>i installed those 2 packages to upgrade kernel
09:43-!-IRCMonkey [] has joined #debian
09:45<IRCMonkey>Hi, when reading a pdf within firefox with evince, evince not all the time take place inside the browser (as it should).
09:45<spande>calimero32456 : did you really see it boot up with 2.6.26
09:45<IRCMonkey>any idea
09:45<calimero32456>it always boots with 2.6.24
09:46<IRCMonkey>With kpdf it always take place inside firefox
09:46<calimero32456>should i remove 2.6.24 from the list and see what it does?
09:47-!-yusuo [] has joined #debian
09:48<yusuo>how would i go about changing the default volume when debian logs in for some reason its always muted
09:49<spande>calimero32456 : maybe the raid you are using is not updating the boot?
09:49<calimero32456>how can i update that?
09:51-!-IRCMonkey [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
09:51-!-fddfoo [~antares@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
09:52<spande>calimero32456 : dunno. I suggest google for raid and updating kernels with grub. I thought that grub was raid aware but maybe you need to add something to the config to do that.
09:52<calimero32456>last time i did a kernel upgrade from 2.6.18 to 2.6.24 it detected it automaticly
09:52-!-fenix2be [fenix@] has joined #debian
09:53-!-fenix2be [fenix@] has quit []
09:55-!-newbie [~alien__23@] has joined #debian
09:56<newbie>Is it possible to view wmv files in windows ?
09:56-!-sejerpz [] has joined #debian
09:57-!-cheal [~chealer@] has joined #debian
09:57<newbie>I meant Is it possible to view wmv files in debian :-)
09:57<spande>newbie : yup
09:58<spande>mplayer and vlc do it fine. stfw.
09:59<newbie>i have mplayer and vlc installed ...but it does not seem to show video ...only audio ...the file works well in windows
10:00<spande>newbie : mplayer -vo help <--- choose a codec
10:00<spande>one of them will probably work
10:00-!-chealer [~chealer@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:01-!-xingu [] has joined #debian
10:01<spande>-zoom option if you want your po^Wfile to be viewable in fullscreen
10:01<gsimmons>spande: Uh, that selects a video output driver, not a codec.
10:02<spande>gsimmons : thanks.
10:02-!-jason_ [~jason@] has joined #debian
10:02<calimero32456>gsimmons should i try to remove the 2.69.24 from the grub and reboot
10:02<calimero32456>or is that too dangerous?
10:02-!-freex [] has joined #debian
10:03-!-jason_ [~jason@] has quit []
10:03-!-ArthurLiu [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:05-!-yusuo [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
10:05-!-martin3377 [~martin@] has joined #debian
10:05<gsimmons>calimero32456: Attempt a boot with 2.6.26, regardless of its default status. Then you can determine if the etchnhalf kernel is safe to remove.
10:07-!-b [] has joined #debian
10:07-!-martin3377 [~martin@] has quit []
10:07-!-b is now known as Guest2212
10:07<spande>newbie : mplayer -vc help | grep wm will give you a clue on if mplayer has the wmv codecs
10:07-!-martin3377 [~martin@] has joined #debian
10:07-!-Lish [] has joined #debian
10:08<angasule>my dad asked me to make his laptop dual boot while I'm removing the metric ton of crap and virus he got in it
10:08-!-Lish [] has quit []
10:09<Guest2212>Hello everyone. I'd like to know how I can downgrade my in a Lenny install to version 7.0 to get the Matrox G550 driver to work. Can somebody help me please?
10:09-!-pampos [] has joined #debian
10:09-!-pampos is now known as Lish
10:09<Guest2212>A link to a howto or similar would be much appreciated
10:09<martin3377>hi, i have a question: i installed lenny and i can see my 2 ntfs partitions . but i can't mount them. is there a way to mount these partitions automatically?
10:10-!-gravity [] has joined #debian
10:10<spande>guest2212 : why do you think you need to downgrade ?
10:11-!-kanru [~kanru@2001:b020:0:71::11] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:11<martin3377>sorry, i forgot to mention i can se these partitions in nautilus
10:11<Guest2212>Because the matrox only supports up to 7.0, and on several forums I found comments that as of 7.1 the official mga doesn't support a lot of the functionalities anymore
10:12<calimero32456>gsimmons i disabled 2.6.24 completely and it still boots that version
10:12<newbie>hi ...when I check the command .....I see codecs installed but 2 lines are as ffwmv2 ffmpeg problems FFmpeg M$ WMV2/WMV8 [wmv2]
10:12<newbie>ffwmv3 ffmpeg problems FFmpeg M$ WMV3/WMV9 [wmv3]
10:12<newbie> they indicate anything ?
10:12<calimero32456>could it be that it uses lilo to boot in stead of grub?
10:12<calimero32456>and how do i see that?
10:12<Lish>martin3377 : edit the /etc/fstab
10:12<Guest2212>a different soultionto get my dual monitor setup working would be great as well
10:13<Lish>martin3377 : and with sudo fdisk -l you can see the partitions!
10:13<spande>Guest2212: did you try sticking in the mga as a module ? My guess is that unsupported means it still runs. Though I could be wrong.
10:13-!-Golfgeo [~ice@] has joined #debian
10:13<Golfgeo>Hi all
10:14<Guest2212>Sorry for being a bit noobish :) Do you mean modprobe mga?
10:14-!-martin_ [~martin@] has joined #debian
10:14<martin_>Lish: i already can see these partitions with fdisk - l as root
10:14-!-aitor [] has joined #debian
10:15-!-aitor [] has quit []
10:15<spande>Guest2212: /etc/X11/xorg.conf video driver section.
10:16<gsimmons>calimero32456: Sorry, you don't know what bootloader your system is using?
10:16<Lish>martin_: /dev/nameofyourdev /media/namefolder auto defaults,uid=1000,gid=0,umask=0027 1 2
10:16<calimero32456>i thought it was grub
10:16<calimero32456>but it doesn't show up in the debug logs
10:17<spande>calimero32456 : when the system boots up do you see a grub loading message or a lilo sort of thing?
10:17<Golfgeo>Gor a resolv.conf question: How do I handle multiple local domains and an ISP DNS server in my resolv.conf?
10:18<Golfgeo>Pointer to a howto for complex resolv.conf would be great
10:18<calimero32456>i can't see it because it's a remote server
10:18<martin_>Lish: thank you, but i wanted to know if there is a way to automount partitions... to an default folder? i remember ubuntu has something like that... theres nothing about these partitions in the fstab but the get mounted automatically by clicking on it in nautilus
10:19-!-mode/#debian [+l 366] by debhelper
10:19-!-metalqga [] has left #debian []
10:19<Guest2212>spande: there's a mga driver in there, it shows the correct name and possible screen resolutions, but I cannot chose a resolution higher than 1024x768 with the gnome display settings.
10:19<spande>calimero32456 : dpkg -s lilo ?
10:20<Guest2212>I had similar problems with a previous Xubuntu install where dual head mode messed up my display configuration completely
10:20<calimero32456>it's installed
10:20-!-crazyb0y [] has joined #debian
10:20<calimero32456>and so is grub
10:20<crazyb0y>how can i install php5-curl on debian 5.0 ?
10:21<crazyb0y>there's no such php5-curl package
10:21<spande>Guest2212: you may need to play around with modeline settings. <--- not much joy Maybe do a net search on modelines for your card, stick in a few and try them out.
10:21-!-martin3377 [~martin@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:22<spande>Guest2212: I am clueless on dual head stuff.
10:23<Lish>martin_: When the system boots, or whenever you type mount -a, mount tries to mount all the filesystems listed in /etc/fstab. If you don't want it to automatically mount a filesystem, you should use the noauto option. It's probably a good idea to use noauto with removable media such as floppy disks, because there may or may not be a disk in the drive. You'll want to mount these filesystems manually after you put in a disk.
10:23<Guest2212>spande: Ok, I'll try this path. If I fail, do you know where I can find information on downgrading
10:23-!-gusnan [] has quit [Quit: Lämnar]
10:24-!-neocalderon [] has joined #debian
10:25<spande>Guest2212 : nope. Downgrading is rarely possible. If you try that, you get to keep the pieces :-)
10:25-!-neocalderon [] has quit []
10:25-!-upsy [] has joined #debian
10:26<martin_>Lish: ok
10:26-!-Torsten_W [] has joined #debian
10:27-!-neocalderon [] has joined #debian
10:27<spande>Guest2212 : actually it is possible, but then odd things may break cos it outside debian
10:27<Guest2212>:( ok, I guess I'll have to try and find a version with a previous then for the serious work and keep lenny in a dual install for playing around. Any Idea where to find out the fastest way which xorg version is used by which debian version?
10:27-!-eeepc77 [] has joined #debian
10:27<Guest2212>spande: thanks, but I think this will be more hassle than it's worth :)
10:27<spande> ?
10:28-!-lobao [~Humberto@] has joined #debian
10:28<Guest2212>me=stupid :) thanks, I'll have a look. debian-land is still a bit confusing :)
10:29*spande realizes apt-file search needs an apt-file update
10:30*spande was wondering why none of the packages seemed to be available in debian
10:30-!-Bearman [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:32-!-szymon_g [] has joined #debian
10:33<szymon_g>where can i find a list of patches of debian's 2.6.26 kernel?
10:35-!-eeepc77 [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
10:35<spande>szymon_g : you mean patches to vanilla to make 2.6.26 ?
10:36-!-spande [~spande@] has quit [Quit: BitchX Lite I said!]
10:37<szymon_g>eh :/
10:37-!-eeepc77 [] has joined #debian
10:37-!-Hunger [] has joined #debian
10:37-!-Hunger [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:38-!-eeepc77 [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:38<calimero32456>it keeps booting 2.6.24 :(
10:38-!-eltatio [] has joined #debian
10:38<szymon_g>ok, another question: how can i add a specified dir into users $PATH?
10:39<szymon_g>calimero32456: did you compilled kernel or installed it from net?
10:39-!-Lish [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
10:39<calimero32456>it's the one from the packages
10:39-!-Bearman [] has joined #debian
10:40<szymon_g>how did you installed it?
10:40<calimero32456>apt-get :)
10:40<szymon_g>try to download it from www, than run dpkg -i package.deb
10:40<fxiny>calimero32456: your paste has gone , can uou upload it again ?
10:42<szymon_g>it looks allright to me :/
10:42-!-ArthurLiu [] has joined #debian
10:43<szymon_g>ok, bye
10:43-!-szymon_g [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:44<fxiny>calimero32456: are you sure 2.6.26 is in /boot ? ls /boot
10:44-!-Hunger [] has joined #debian
10:45-!-NBaH_ [] has joined #debian
10:45-!-Guest2212 [] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal]
10:45<calimero32456>boot debian.bmp initrd.img-2.6.26-1-amd64 vmlinuz-2.6.24-etchnhalf.1-amd64
10:45<calimero32456>config-2.6.24-etchnhalf.1-amd64 grub vmlinuz-2.6.26-1-amd64
10:45<calimero32456>config-2.6.26-1-amd64 initrd.img-2.6.24-etchnhalf.1-amd64
10:46-!-esaym [] has joined #debian
10:47-!-arthurfurlan [~arthurfur@] has joined #debian
10:47-!-martin_ [~martin@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
10:48-!-Matic [~Matic@] has joined #debian
10:49-!-MrColor [~Admin@] has joined #debian
10:49-!-MrColor [~Admin@] has quit []
10:50-!-megaf [] has joined #debian
10:51-!-Guest2194 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:52-!-Deuterium [~AlCapone@] has quit []
10:53<Matic>Hi am trying to setup a lampp server, all other work apart from mysql, I have already stopped other running daemons, I get this error when I try to use phpmyadmin "#2002 - The server is not responding (or the local MySQL server's socket is not correctly configured) "
10:55-!-id [~id@] has joined #debian
10:55-!-kr1s [] has joined #debian
10:55<jeremiah>Matic: What happens when you do `mysql`?
10:56<jeremiah>In other words, are you sure the mysql daemon is running?
10:58<Matic>jeremiah, actually I have another mysql I installed from source and it's the one I stop, the mysql for xampp is not yet running it's just give that error^^
10:59-!-mode/#debian [+l 372] by debhelper
10:59<Golfgeo>What tool can I use to do dns queries and see where they are made?
10:59-!-jpablo [jpablo@] has joined #debian
11:00<jeremiah>Matic: The error message you get tells you that mysql is not running.
11:00<jeremiah>Matic: What do you want to happen?
11:00<jeremiah>What are you trying to do?
11:00-!-plebeien [] has joined #debian
11:00<Matic>jeremiah, exactly, yes I know that, I want mysql to run
11:01-!-xekaltsotos [] has joined #debian
11:01-!-plebeien [] has quit []
11:07-!-Blacker47 [] has joined #debian
11:11-!-gusnan [] has joined #debian
11:12-!-mastroquet [] has joined #debian
11:13-!-pietro_ [~pietro@] has joined #debian
11:13<pietro_>ciao a tutti
11:13<dpkg>one warez list being sent to pietro_
11:13-!-root__ [~aruna@] has joined #debian
11:13-!-pietro_ [~pietro@] has quit []
11:13-!-coelho [~coelho@] has joined #debian
11:13-!-coelho [~coelho@] has quit []
11:16-!-Matic [~Matic@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
11:17-!-Golfgeo [~ice@] has quit [Read error: No route to host]
11:17-!-satara [] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
11:18-!-ernesto [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:22-!-jcwu [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:25-!-Col_Kernel [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:25-!-eltatio [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
11:25-!-nihil [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:26-!-root__ [~aruna@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
11:27-!-nihil [] has joined #debian
11:28-!-allisonvoll [~allison@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:32-!-Holborn [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
11:33-!-cratel [] has joined #debian
11:33-!-reneger [] has joined #debian
11:33-!-alexziano [] has joined #debian
11:33<enkrypt>currently I have my xorg at the "experimental" level, how can I downgrade EVERYTHING related to xorg to debian-sid ?
11:34-!-cratel [] has quit []
11:34-!-|911 [~|] has joined #debian
11:35-!-linac [~lin@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:35-!-|911 [~|] has quit []
11:35*gravity is currently working on getting all of his xorg installation to experimental from sid :-p
11:35-!-linac [~lin@] has joined #debian
11:35<gravity>enkrypt: You probably want to use some pinning. See the apt_preferences manpage
11:36-!-mic0 [] has joined #debian
11:36-!-mic0 [] has quit []
11:36<gravity>enkrypt: Alternately, you can use aptitude interactive mode to manually set each package to the sid version
11:36-!-alexziano [] has quit []
11:37<seanius>and apt-show-versions to list the packages currently installed from experimental can be helpful
11:39-!-Holborn [] has joined #debian
11:40-!-makenx [] has joined #debian
11:40-!-makenx [] has quit []
11:42-!-rul [~rul@] has joined #debian
11:44-!-kira_light [] has joined #debian
11:44-!-olliprolli_ [] has joined #debian
11:44-!-jcwu [] has joined #debian
11:44-!-kira_light [] has quit []
11:45-!-craigevil [] has joined #debian
11:46<And1>Heya, when I do 'dpkg -l' some packages are marked as "pc"... what does that mean, how can I remove them? 'aptitude -f purge' doesn't work, I get this error message:
11:47-!-_Hunger [] has joined #debian
11:48-!-calimero32456 [] has quit []
11:51-!-olliprolli_ [] has left #debian [Verlassendso long and thanks for all the irc!]
11:51<jeremiah>And1: I would bet that 'pc' means purge config files
11:51-!-Hunger [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:52<Nemoder>sounds like a problem with the /var/lib/dpkg/info/samba-common.postinst script
11:52-!-Pepper [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
11:52-!-llimeht [~stuart@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:52<Nemoder>or .postrm
11:52<jeremiah>And1: Did you do a apt-get update
11:53-!-themill [~stuart@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:53<And1>jeremiah: Nope, lemme try that.
11:53-!-jeremiah [] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal]
11:54-!-Piet [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:55-!-llimeht [~stuart@] has joined #debian
11:55-!-tai [~tai@] has joined #debian
11:55-!-tai [~tai@] has quit []
11:55-!-Piet [] has joined #debian
11:55-!-themill [~stuart@] has joined #debian
11:56-!-_Hunger [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:57-!-infernix [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
11:57-!-ubuntu [~ubuntu@] has joined #debian
11:58-!-DBO [~jason@] has joined #debian
11:59-!-ubuntu [~ubuntu@] has left #debian []
12:00-!-infernix [] has joined #debian
12:00-!-ubuntu [~ubuntu@] has joined #debian
12:00-!-ubuntu is now known as TheGodfather
12:00-!-marcinq [] has joined #debian
12:01-!-marcinq [] has quit []
12:02-!-mastroquet [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:02-!-TheGodfather [~ubuntu@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:04-!-very [] has joined #debian
12:04-!-Hydroxide [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
12:04-!-Hydroxide [] has joined #debian
12:05-!-kr1s [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:05-!-mastroquet [] has joined #debian
12:06-!-clonez [~vanko@] has joined #debian
12:06-!-clonez [~vanko@] has quit []
12:09-!-very [] has quit []
12:09-!-kr1s [] has joined #debian
12:09-!-jpablo [jpablo@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:13-!-h2-gw [] has joined #debian
12:15-!-ArthurLiu [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:15-!-jpablo [~chatzilla@] has joined #debian
12:19-!-ArthurLiu [] has joined #debian
12:20-!-Gun_Smoke [] has joined #debian
12:21-!-Venator [] has joined #debian
12:21-!-anthony [] has joined #debian
12:21-!-anthony [] has quit []
12:21-!-kr1s [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
12:22-!-tombs [] has joined #debian
12:22-!-cheal is now known as chealer
12:24-!-xekaltsotos [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:25-!-adema [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:27-!-mrnice` [] has joined #debian
12:27-!-_Hunger [] has joined #debian
12:28-!-_Hunger is now known as Hunger
12:28-!-linac [~lin@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
12:28-!-jtaji [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:30-!-ernesto [] has joined #debian
12:32-!-__iron [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:32-!-dnog [] has joined #debian
12:32-!-dnog [] has left #debian []
12:33-!-ratna [] has joined #debian
12:33-!-ratna [] has quit []
12:35-!-D6 [] has joined #debian
12:35-!-xekaltsotos [] has joined #debian
12:36<D6>Hello guys. There was "hal-device-manager" package in Etch. But in Lenny it doesn't exist. Why?
12:37-!-thegve [] has joined #debian
12:37-!-Hunger [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:38-!-schichtleiter [] has joined #debian
12:38-!-Phoenix_the_II [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
12:38<schichtleiter>good evening ...
12:39-!-chomwitt1 [] has joined #debian
12:39-!-chomwitt2 [] has joined #debian
12:40<thegve>Good evening... Small question. I am building a new kernel, and as I am not perfect yet, I obviously make lots of mistakes and am now about to build for the third time. If I'm not mistaken the "make-kpkg clean" step is not really needed and would safe me lots of compiling time. When I simply do "make-kpkg binary" however it just immediately says "done"
12:40<thegve>I just want to switch a module from being build-in to being modular, that sort of things...
12:40<schichtleiter>i have sort of a problem with configuring exim4
12:40<schichtleiter>i had it set to local delivery only up to now...
12:40<schichtleiter>all i want is forwarding my "root" and error mails to my gmail address
12:40<schichtleiter>the machine doesnt have a FQDN, only dyndns. i read trough many faqs, but i only got confused more and more...
12:40-!-schichtleiter was kicked from #debian by debhelper [use the paster bot or #flood]
12:40-!-schichtleiter [] has joined #debian
12:40<thegve>Or do I just have to clean and wait for things to be ready
12:41<cahoot>thegve: you need clean
12:41<thegve>sucks, but thanks for the info :)
12:41-!-Phoenix_the_II [] has joined #debian
12:41-!-Venator [] has quit [Quit: Saindo]
12:42-!-ritschi [] has joined #debian
12:43-!-__iron [] has joined #debian
12:43<cahoot>thegve: if you have the hw look at CONCURRENCY_LEVEL
12:43-!-D6 [] has quit [Quit: KVIrc 3.4.0 Virgo]
12:43<schichtleiter>i have sort of a problem with configuring exim4,i had it set to local delivery only up to now... all i want is forwarding my "root" and error mails to my gmail address. the machine doesnt have a FQDN, only dyndns. i read many faqs, but i only got confused more and more... i dont even know which setting type i have to select
12:44-!-chomwitt3 [] has joined #debian
12:44-!-chomwitt4 [] has joined #debian
12:45-!-chomwitt_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:45-!-madpinger [] has joined #debian
12:45-!-chomwitt [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:45-!-madpinger [] has quit []
12:46-!-ernesto [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:46-!-Stratman4300 [~Stratman4@] has joined #debian
12:47-!-pulsewave [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
12:47-!-chomwitt1 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:47<Stratman4300>hey does anyone know of a linux app that can convert a .doc file to a PDF??
12:47-!-chomwitt2 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:48-!-Rixcz [~Miranda@] has joined #debian
12:49-!-mentor [~mentor@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:50-!-schichtleiter [] has quit [Quit: Miranda IM! Smaller, Faster, Easier.]
12:50-!-gusnan [] has quit [Quit: Lämnar]
12:50-!-omer [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
12:55-!-ritschi [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:56-!-bilboquet [] has joined #debian
12:56<Rixcz>Hi, is her someone, who can me help with munin? In logs I dont have any errors, but it dont generate graph... any idea?
12:57-!-jeanmi [] has joined #debian
12:58-!-ernesto [] has joined #debian
12:58-!-fatherx [] has joined #debian
12:58-!-id [~id@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:59-!-id [~id@] has joined #debian
13:00-!-mentor [~mentor@] has joined #debian
13:00-!-Col_Kernel [] has joined #debian
13:00-!-fatherx [] has quit []
13:01-!-Elmaron [] has joined #debian
13:01<Elmaron>when pressing the shutdown button, kde3 seems to take control of the shutdown process for me
13:02<Elmaron>that means it waits for programs to close and stops if a program still wants to ask the user if he TRULY wants to close it and not save the document
13:02<Elmaron>or something similar
13:02<Elmaron>but I'd prefer an "init 0"-like behaviour
13:02<Elmaron>is this possible?
13:03-!-metalqga [] has joined #debian
13:08-!-Elmaron [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:08-!-NBaH_ [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
13:08-!-Raspberry [] has joined #debian
13:08-!-krezel [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:08-!-path [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
13:08-!-escolarian [~escolaria@] has joined #debian
13:09-!-martin3377 [~martin@] has joined #debian
13:10-!-ry60003333 [~ry6000333@] has joined #debian
13:10-!-jeanmi [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
13:10-!-martin3377 [~martin@] has quit []
13:11<Raspberry>I've got a strange GRUB problem... the black screen with blinking cursor after install. I've tried Etch4.0r6, Etch-n-half and Lenny-testing-r1 NetInst ISOs ... I can install the OS fine and there are no errors -- but on reboot, I'm left at a black screen. I've tried putting GRUB on the MBR (hd0) and on (hd0,0) which is /boot -- I'm using an IBM/Lenovo ThinkServer TS100 with an LSI Controller. Two Hardware RAID1 arrays, each a pair of
13:11<Raspberry>160GB drives. I have attempted this setup with and without LVM, but would prefer to use LVM so I can swap out one of the 160GB RAID1 arrays later for expansion.
13:11<Raspberry>I've googled around and not found much on this specific issue where (hd0,0) doesn't fix it.
13:11<Raspberry>Debian installer sees my drives as the RAID Arrays -- not physical drives.
13:12-!-ya [] has joined #debian
13:13<ry60003333>I get "Automatic Printer Configuration Failed" when installing on an iMac G3 with the latest PowerPC netinstall CD. :(
13:13-!-thegve [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:13<ya>hi guys
13:14<ry60003333>Hi :D
13:14<ya>how r u ry?
13:14-!-luc [] has joined #debian
13:14-!-peter_ [] has joined #debian
13:15<ry60003333>Not good, I bought two 1 TB hard drives and want to RAID them for a network file server
13:15<ry60003333>And I got an old iMac G3 to do it :(
13:15-!-jtaji [] has joined #debian
13:15-!-epsilon [] has joined #debian
13:16<ya>i am not familiar with mac.!
13:16-!-tan_tem [] has joined #debian
13:16-!-nou [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:16<metalqga>raspberry you've got no valuable data in the drives?
13:16<epsilon>Is this the right channel to get some help? :p
13:16-!-ubuntu [] has joined #debian
13:16*epsilon is too n00b to actually find a channel that says "debian help".
13:16<ry60003333>Well its the PowerPC architecture
13:17-!-escolarian [~escolaria@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:17-!-peter_ [] has quit []
13:17<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: and ?
13:17<Valtiel-ASD>do it
13:17-!-zzaza [] has joined #debian
13:17<ry60003333>I get "Automatic Print Configuration Failed"
13:17<Valtiel-ASD>what do you need to do ?
13:17<ry60003333>During Select and Install Software
13:17<ry60003333>Install debian :P
13:17-!-ubuntu [] has quit []
13:17<ry60003333>Or buy Mac OS X server for like $500 lol
13:18<Valtiel-ASD>for what ?
13:18<Raspberry>metalqga: nope
13:18<Raspberry>metalqga: it's a fresh server install -- Lenovo has got me testing one of their new servres for Debian
13:19<ry60003333>Trying to turn an iMac G3 into a network file server with two 1 TB external USB disks RAIDed
13:19<metalqga>I had this problem too, all I could do is to erase the partition table....
13:19-!-epsilon [] has left #debian [Hm...]
13:20<Raspberry>metalqga: I've rebuilt the arrays -- I suppose I could shuffle the drives around in the enclosure :)
13:20<metalqga>actually grub couldnt install at all
13:20-!-Iouns [] has joined #debian
13:20-!-zzaza [] has quit []
13:20-!-Iouns [] has quit []
13:21-!-ya [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
13:21<Raspberry>metalqga: well if you've got a sec -- it'll be to the GRUB part of the install in < 10m
13:22<Raspberry>metalqga: after install I can boot off the NetInst disc again and mount the LVM and /boot without any issues
13:22<Raspberry>I just can't seem to get GRUB to stick
13:22-!-Iouns [] has joined #debian
13:22-!-Iouns [] has quit []
13:23-!-jpablo [~chatzilla@] has quit [Quit: ChatZilla 0.9.84 [Iceweasel 3.0.5/2008122010]]
13:23<metalqga>I have no exp with lvm... does grub like lvm?
13:23<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: never mind iMac 3G or ordinery PC for debian
13:23<metalqga>tried making a /boot partition
13:23<Valtiel-ASD>no problem
13:24<Valtiel-ASD>setup NFS and share it
13:24<ry60003333>I don't get what you mean :P
13:24<Raspberry>metalqga: yeah I've got a /boot
13:24<ry60003333>Yea problem is the install
13:24<ry60003333>"Automatic Printer Configuration Failed" during the install :(
13:24<Valtiel-ASD>open a file exports
13:24<Raspberry>metalqga: I've tried this without LVM and it still doesn't boot -- so GRUB must not like something about the controller or RAID array
13:24<ry60003333>I have no Printer connected xD
13:24<Valtiel-ASD>in /etc
13:25<ry60003333>How do I do that while in the installer?
13:25<Valtiel-ASD>and set a path of shared folder and permissions
13:25<Valtiel-ASD>and other
13:25<Valtiel-ASD>aptitude install nfs-common
13:25<Valtiel-ASD>and nfs-kernel
13:26<neocalderon>Hi all.
13:26<neocalderon>Has anyone had any experience with Artica Postfix?
13:26-!-luc [] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!]
13:26<neocalderon>Is it good?
13:26<ry60003333>Yea but I can't get Debian to install at all :p
13:26<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: mount your storage with raid and share it
13:27<Valtiel-ASD>why ?
13:28<ry60003333>I get "Automatic Printer Configuration Failed" during Select and Install Software while booted from the netinstall CD of 4.0r6 for PowerPC :(
13:28<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: ÔÝ ÌÕËÔÕÄ ×ËÛÍÕËÙ ÁÝË ÎÝÇË ÚËÛÔÅÕË ,
13:28-!-remark [] has joined #debian
13:29<Valtiel-ASD>no kernel drivers for your printer ?
13:29<ry60003333>I don't have a printer connected
13:29<ry60003333>Just USB keyboard and mouse
13:29-!-Hunger [] has joined #debian
13:29-!-Hunger [] has quit [Max SendQ exceeded]
13:29<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: <ry60003333> I get "Automatic Printer Configuration Failed" d
13:30<ry60003333>Yea, even though I have no printer connected
13:30-!-Rynnkel [] has joined #debian
13:30-!-tan_tem [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
13:30<ry60003333>Thats my problem ;)
13:30<Valtiel-ASD>if you don't have a printer this is never mind
13:30-!-Hunger [] has joined #debian
13:31<Valtiel-ASD>just install debian
13:31<ry60003333>Thats what I'm trying to do
13:31<ry60003333>It says that even though I have no printer connected, and I didn't change any instal options ;(
13:31<ry60003333>I've tried about 4 times so far :P
13:31-!-renzo [] has joined #debian
13:31<Valtiel-ASD>don't choose an cups and all with printers
13:32-!-jeff_hann [~arares@] has joined #debian
13:32-!-sb [] has joined #debian
13:32-!-renzo [] has quit []
13:33-!-Rynnkel [] has quit []
13:33<Valtiel-ASD>i never try net install
13:33<Valtiel-ASD>i just download a first cd
13:33<Valtiel-ASD>and install it
13:33<ry60003333>Well from the normal 235 MB install CD that downloads packages from the internet
13:33<Valtiel-ASD>after all i do dist upgrade
13:34<ry60003333>Right now the computer doesn't have an OS on it :(
13:34-!-sb [] has quit []
13:34<Valtiel-ASD>use mac os
13:34<Valtiel-ASD>download all needed and use it
13:34-!-jidm [] has joined #debian
13:34<ry60003333>I had Tiger on it but that doesn't support sharing folders xD
13:34<Valtiel-ASD>i hawe iMac to
13:35<jidm>Hi. there is a way to recover grub2?
13:35<Valtiel-ASD>and worcking with mac pro and mack books PowerPC
13:35<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: haa
13:35<ry60003333>New Mac Pro/Macbooks are Intel x86 :D
13:35<Valtiel-ASD>why do you think this
13:35<ry60003333>That would make this so much easier x.x
13:35<Valtiel-ASD>System preferens
13:36<ry60003333>In Tiger you can only share the public folder
13:36<ry60003333>In Leopard you can get info on a folder and share it and set permissions
13:36<Valtiel-ASD>samba shares
13:36<Valtiel-ASD>and ftp
13:36<ry60003333>But Leopard requires a G4 processor
13:36<ry60003333>Yea it shares your public folder via AFP, SMF, and FTP
13:37<Valtiel-ASD>in tiger permissions sets to
13:37<jidm>i had in my computer Vista and Debian at the same time. I booted using grub2. Now i installed winxp replacing vista, and i screwed grub2.
13:37<ry60003333>Yea but if you get info on a folder in Tiger, theres no Share this Folder option
13:37-!-m|s [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
13:37<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: what do you need to share ?
13:37<fxiny>metalqga: seen it ?
13:37<Valtiel-ASD>use samba
13:37<ry60003333>Gotta share to Mac OS Classic and well and OS X and Windows
13:37<ry60003333>So Samba won't cover Classic :(
13:37<fxiny>Raspberry: use grub cli
13:37<Valtiel-ASD>and set permissions on folders
13:38-!-mechstomp [] has joined #debian
13:38<Valtiel-ASD>don't need classic
13:38-!-S7UMPY [] has joined #debian
13:38<Valtiel-ASD>use tiger
13:38<Valtiel-ASD>or debian
13:38<Raspberry>fxiny: hmm what's grub cli
13:38<ry60003333>I have old world macs that can't run OS X :(
13:38<Valtiel-ASD>i use ssh for sharing
13:38-!-Tuplad [] has joined #debian
13:38<Valtiel-ASD>and sftp
13:38<fxiny>Raspberry: google for grub manual boot
13:38<Raspberry>fxiny: I'll google it :) I know... think there'd be an advantage to just using LILO instead
13:39<Tuplad>what is needed to import files from a digital camera? I have read that I have to give myself permission to access the drive. Does anyone have any more information on it ?
13:39-!-S7UMPY [] has quit []
13:39<Raspberry>duh... cli -- command line interface :D
13:39<ry60003333>Right now I have a linkstation that shares via AFP and SMB
13:39<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: set nedded permissions in finder and share it
13:39<fxiny>Raspberry: no , grub cli can help you troubleshooting your menu.lst
13:39<Valtiel-ASD>no problem
13:39-!-lionel [] has left #debian [Ex-Chat]
13:39<ry60003333>Tiger doesn't allow you to share folders
13:39<ry60003333>Other then your public foldr
13:39<fxiny>Raspberry: use tab
13:39<ry60003333>folder *
13:40<Valtiel-ASD>no it's working
13:40<Valtiel-ASD>i do this
13:40<Raspberry>fxiny: yeah -- I think I know what you're getting at -- I had to use that with a workstation after Windows 7 borked things
13:40<Valtiel-ASD>in folder settings
13:40-!-path [] has joined #debian
13:40<Valtiel-ASD>i look for thus
13:40-!-ry60003333 [~ry6000333@] has quit [Quit: ry60003333]
13:41<Raspberry>fxiny: do you think I can do that prior to rebooting after install or should I boot off the CD again and enter rescue mode (I tried this before, but I could play around some more)
13:42<fxiny>Raspberry: google keys : "grub blinking cursor"
13:42<Raspberry>fxiny: I guess what confuses me is neither (hd0) and (hd0,0) fix the issue --
13:42<Raspberry>fxiny: I've done that -- I've been working on this issue for 3 days
13:42<fxiny>Raspberry: 3 days ?
13:42<Raspberry>fxiny: root is inside of an LVM and /boot is not
13:42<Raspberry>fxiny: YES, 3 days -- i'd comfortably say 10-15hrs
13:43-!-rusboy [~rusboy@] has joined #debian
13:43-!-hever [] has joined #debian
13:43<fxiny>Raspberry: doesn'ty matter , you do a grub manual boot , keep on tabbing and check what grub see/shows you
13:43-!-rusboy [~rusboy@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:43-!-ArthurLiu [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:44-!-scientes [] has joined #debian
13:44-!-ry60003333 [~ry6000333@] has joined #debian
13:45<ry60003333>My laptops internet died
13:45<fxiny>Shark Aussy three strikes ?
13:46-!-alvaro [] has joined #debian
13:46-!-muddd [] has joined #debian
13:47-!-alvaro [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:48<Raspberry>reiser support is native to the kernel now right
13:49-!-mode/#debian [+l 378] by debhelper
13:49<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: yes i see (((
13:49-!-Swissgent [] has joined #debian
13:49<Valtiel-ASD>only if you share it and set system permissions
13:50<Valtiel-ASD>in finder read only for other users
13:50<ry60003333>Yea but theres no share this folder option in Tiger
13:50<ry60003333>they added that in Leopard
13:50<Valtiel-ASD>and create special user
13:50<mechstomp>i have a query about hardware firewalls, its a bit longwinded, my router acts as a 4 port switch, but all the deb howtos online say to put the firewall between the router and the switch. obviously i cannot, so the fire wall i shall be making with have 3 ports, would it be a bad idea to connect 2 computers through the 3 port firewall that is connected to a switch/router?
13:50<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: use debian
13:51<ry60003333>Can you share via AFP from debian?
13:51-!-muddd [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
13:51<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: no
13:51<Valtiel-ASD>for what ?
13:52<ry60003333>Mac OS Classic
13:52<Raspberry>now my install disk is supposedly corrupt
13:52<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: use clients
13:52-!-Worf_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:52<metalqga>lol raspberry.... should have checked it long before :P
13:52<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: 9 OS ?
13:53<Raspberry>metalqga: i installed with it lsat night ... no issues
13:53<ry60003333>Yea Mac OS 9
13:53<Raspberry>i think there are some weird hardware things going on here
13:53<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: wery old mac ?
13:53-!-rizan [] has joined #debian
13:53<ry60003333>One old Quadra is using System 7 though xD
13:53<metalqga>no issues, except for broken grub ;)
13:53<Valtiel-ASD>for what to old os
13:53-!-rizan [] has quit []
13:53-!-tim [] has joined #debian
13:53<Raspberry>it was downloading cpio
13:54<ry60003333>It has a Motorola 68040 CPU lol
13:54<Raspberry>and now it syas it was corrupt -- I wonder if I can try to manually install it in the background
13:54<ry60003333>25 MHz
13:54<Raspberry>cpio_2.6-18.1+etch1_amd64.deb has an MD5Sum mismatch
13:55<Raspberry>during install
13:55-!-tim [] has quit []
13:55<Valtiel-ASD>ry60003333: mac os 9 i use only with sheepshiver
13:55<dazjorz>There's this piece of code in dpkg, preexecscript():
13:55<Valtiel-ASD>not many times
13:55<dazjorz>instdirl = strlen(instdir);
13:55<ry60003333>Yea but I have computers that actually run Mac os 9
13:55<dazjorz>assert(strlen(path) >= instdirl);
13:55<ry60003333>no OS X
13:55<dazjorz>return path + instdirl;
13:55<dazjorz>could anybody explain to me what that's for?
13:55-!-jeff_hann [~arares@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
13:55<dazjorz>oh wait - path must begin with instdirl
13:56-!-jeff_hann [~arares@] has joined #debian
13:56<Valtiel-ASD>and to long times ago on blue egg i mac
13:56<dazjorz>it returns the path inside the chroot, instdirl is the chroot, path should be the path inside the chroot
13:56<Valtiel-ASD>with circle mouse
13:56<Valtiel-ASD>one button
13:56<Valtiel-ASD>to old
13:56<Valtiel-ASD>with tube monitore
13:56-!-haxi [] has joined #debian
13:58<ry60003333>Yea thats the iMac G3 I have
13:58<ry60003333>Circle mouse :D
13:59<Raspberry>ry60003333: I hope you're paying for your carbon credits while you kill the planet
13:59<ry60003333>Huh we bought this in like
13:59-!-Worf_ [] has joined #debian
14:00<ry60003333>I like the planet :D
14:00-!-cgreco [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
14:00<Raspberry>apparently my netinst CD which has been sitting in the CDROM drive since last night has gone bad
14:00-!-cgreco [] has joined #debian
14:00<eljefe>Can I reliably shrink an XP NTFS partition with the NetInstall cd, or should I first do that with a live CD?
14:01-!-dvs [] has joined #debian
14:04-!-cgreco [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:06<Tuplad>what is needed to import files from a digital camera? I have read that I have to give myself permission to access the drive. Does anyone have any more information on it ?
14:07-!-filemon [~angelillo@] has joined #debian
14:07-!-filemon [~angelillo@] has quit []
14:08<Valtiel-ASD>Tuplad: no
14:08<Valtiel-ASD>only root or this is user can read and write this
14:09<Valtiel-ASD>if all right
14:14-!-krezel [] has joined #debian
14:18-!-mastroquet [] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.2.6]
14:20-!-fxiny [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:20-!-kogo [] has joined #debian
14:20-!-faw [] has joined #debian
14:21-!-portebel [] has joined #debian
14:23-!-kogo [] has quit []
14:23-!-xekaltsotos [] has left #debian []
14:25-!-luis [] has joined #debian
14:26-!-NBaH_ [~NBaH@] has joined #debian
14:26-!-Worf_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:26-!-ant_ [] has joined #debian
14:26-!-Worf_ [] has joined #debian
14:27-!-Worf_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:27-!-luis [] has quit []
14:27-!-charmed [] has joined #debian
14:28-!-cgreco [] has joined #debian
14:28-!-ArthurLiu [] has joined #debian
14:30-!-nihil [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:33-!-Felipe_ [] has joined #debian
14:33-!-Felipe_ [] has left #debian []
14:38-!-newsense [] has joined #debian
14:38-!-Ananth123 [~Ananth@] has joined #debian
14:39-!-mode/#debian [+l 384] by debhelper
14:41-!-ant_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:42-!-metalqga [] has left #debian []
14:42-!-chealer [~chealer@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:42-!-clonez [~vanko@] has joined #debian
14:42-!-clonez [~vanko@] has quit []
14:46-!-Caroll [~caroll@] has joined #debian
14:47-!-craigevil [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:48-!-allisonvoll [~allison@] has joined #debian
14:49-!-peterS [] has joined #debian
14:49-!-omer [] has joined #debian
14:50-!-crunchbang [] has joined #debian
14:50-!-freex [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
14:51-!-crunchbang [] has quit []
14:52-!-Worf_ [] has joined #debian
14:53-!-nou [] has joined #debian
14:57-!-_|_ [] has joined #debian
14:57-!-ryancr [] has joined #debian
14:59-!-jidm [] has quit [Quit: ChatZilla 0.9.84 [Firefox 3.0/2008052906]]
14:59-!-newsense [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
14:59-!-tjol_ [] has joined #debian
15:00<Ananth123>how do i find out if a particular package has a translation for a specific language ?
15:01-!-frood [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
15:01-!-frood [] has joined #debian
15:01-!-Tuplad [] has left #debian []
15:01-!-Worf_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:03-!-ryancr [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
15:03-!-ry60003333 [~ry6000333@] has quit [Quit: ry60003333]
15:05-!-robertk [] has joined #debian
15:05-!-swo [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:07-!-tjol [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:07-!-mrnice` [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
15:09-!-josh_ [~josh@] has joined #debian
15:09-!-szycag [] has joined #debian
15:09-!-amphy [] has joined #debian
15:09-!-szycag [] has quit []
15:09-!-josh_ [~josh@] has quit []
15:10-!-amphy [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:12-!-oxi [] has joined #debian
15:13-!-allisonvoll [~allison@] has quit [Quit: Saindo]
15:13-!-Jagger [] has joined #debian
15:15-!-Jagger [] has left #debian []
15:19-!-zainaman [] has joined #debian
15:20-!-zainaman [] has left #debian []
15:22-!-dwatson [] has joined #debian
15:22<Rixcz>Is it someone here? I need help with munin, its doesnt generate any data, without any error. Any Idea?
15:22-!-Worf_ [] has joined #debian
15:22-!-oxi [] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
15:23-!-alberto [] has joined #debian
15:23<alberto>eljefe, it worked flaweslyless :)
15:23-!-NBaH_ [~NBaH@] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
15:24<alberto>flawlessly :)
15:25-!-evandar [~evandar@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:27<Txt-file>!tell Rixcz about details
15:28-!-beer [] has joined #debian
15:31-!-Dracie [] has joined #debian
15:32-!-kerstin [] has joined #debian
15:32-!-kerstin is now known as chairmeleon
15:32-!-Ananth123 [~Ananth@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:33<chairmeleon>have anyone successfully disabled touchpad tapping in debian lenny?
15:33<chairmeleon>it seems to ignore my "MaxTapTime" "0" setting in xorg.conf, even though according to the Xorg.log, that is the config file being used
15:33-!-beer [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:35-!-charmed [] has left #debian [Leaving]
15:35-!-senio [] has joined #debian
15:36-!-senio [] has quit []
15:36-!-Ananth123 [~Ananth@] has joined #debian
15:38-!-chairmeleon [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:38-!-stroyan [~mike@] has joined #debian
15:42-!-tombs [] has quit [Quit: N.Y.H.C.]
15:43-!-nzk0 [~nzk0@] has joined #debian
15:43-!-stoned_ [stoned@] has joined #debian
15:44-!-frood [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
15:45-!-nzk0 [~nzk0@] has quit []
15:45-!-Zylvain [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
15:46-!-stoned [stoned@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:46-!-c36pop [] has joined #debian
15:47<c36pop>hi i wan not remember the command to see what source a package belongs to
15:48<Nemoder>apt-cache policy <package>
15:48-!-craigevil [] has joined #debian
15:48-!-el [] has joined #debian
15:48-!-el [] has quit []
15:49<c36pop>no it is another one
15:49<c36pop>to see what packages belongs to what source and what source do compile what packages
15:51-!-newsense [] has joined #debian
15:51<c36pop>apt-cache showsrc :)
15:51<c36pop>thanks indeed
15:51-!-c36pop [] has quit []
15:51-!-Glenn^BF [~fburlet@] has joined #debian
15:51-!-ernesto [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:52<newsense>i ran aptitude purge snort and later when i was a little less frustrated i decided i still needed it but now when i try to install snort i get postinstall errors
15:53-!-demon_ [] has joined #debian
15:54<demon_>hi all
15:54-!-mechstomp [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
15:54<streuner>newsense: fix them
15:55<newsense>streuner: i havent had a dpkg issue in years and have no clue what to do about it thats why im asking here
15:55-!-demon_ [] has quit []
15:55<streuner>newsense: sid?
15:55<newsense>streuner: no lenny
15:55<streuner>newsense: the same for that issue
15:55<streuner>newsense: did you look at the BTS yet?
15:56-!-xlotlu [~john@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:56<newsense>streuner: no i didnt actually, it installed fine before but i guess the bug could be in the removal and reinstall process huh
15:56<streuner>newsense: well, install apt-listbugs and apt-listchanges now
15:56-!-dvs [] has quit [Quit: Chatzilla [SeaMonkey 1.1.14/2008120416]]
15:57<streuner>newsense: and show us the whole error in
15:57<newsense>i have apt-listchanges installed and thought i had listbugs but on this box i dont seem to let me grab that
15:58<streuner>so it didnt show any bug at all for snort?
15:58<newsense>streuner: nope
15:59-!-mode/#debian [+l 377] by debhelper
15:59<streuner>ok, show us the error in now
15:59<newsense>streuner: ok thanks
15:59-!-lo [] has joined #debian
16:00-!-lo [] has quit []
16:01<newsense>streuner: ill have to start x and come back so i can actually paste it to a pastebin :(
16:01-!-macrut [~macrut@] has joined #debian
16:01-!-xlotlu [~john@] has joined #debian
16:02-!-faw [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
16:03-!-newsense [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
16:03-!-simonrvn [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:04-!-ernesto [] has joined #debian
16:05-!-newsense [] has joined #debian
16:05<macrut>anybody know something about NetBeans?
16:06<newsense>streuner, thanks for the help, i dont know why but it actually installed with no problem now, maybe there was a stale pid lying around i did reboot before i asked in here
16:07<Torsten_W>i would say, there are many people in the world, who knows something about netbeans
16:07<newsense>weird but anyways its working and i can go on without worrying about what the animals are doing on the network
16:12-!-Ananth123 [~Ananth@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:14-!-Hydroxide is now known as Hydroxide_NYC
16:16-!-id [~id@] has quit [Quit: Ухожу]
16:17-!-neubik [] has joined #debian
16:17-!-Swissgent [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:17-!-neubik_ [] has joined #debian
16:17-!-neubik_ [] has quit []
16:18-!-tommy [] has joined #debian
16:19-!-foolano [] has joined #debian
16:19-!-tommy [] has quit []
16:20-!-ernesto is now known as seraph1_Margarita
16:21-!-gusnan [] has joined #debian
16:22-!-Torsten_W [] has quit [Quit: so, nu isser wech]
16:25-!-jeflui [] has joined #debian
16:25-!-ciocca [] has joined #debian
16:26-!-artista_frustrado [] has left #debian [Leaving]
16:26<ciocca>nn riesco a vedere dei filmati con firefox
16:26<ciocca>ad esempio mi volgio vedere annozero
16:27<ciocca>nn me lo fa vedere
16:27<ciocca>invece i video di youtube invece li riesco vedere
16:27<ciocca>sapete il perhce e se c'ee' soluzione ???
16:28<ciocca>no pur troppo
16:28-!-Worf_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:28<ciocca>grazei cmq sia D:
16:29-!-ciocca [] has quit []
16:29-!-neubik [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
16:30-!-krezel [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:30-!-seraph1_Margarita [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
16:31-!-cahoot [~radix@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:32-!-id [~id@] has joined #debian
16:32-!-id [~id@] has quit []
16:39-!-foolano [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:41-!-blockowitsch [] has joined #debian
16:42-!-alberto [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
16:43-!-magellanino [] has joined #debian
16:45<blast_hardcheese>What IRC bouncers offer multiple clients sharing the same session? DCC forwarding is not hugely important, I just want to be able to have a daemon connected on one of my servers and not have to worry about restarting in the middle of a conversation
16:47-!-Dracie [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
16:47<blockowitsch>is it normal that when i run aptitude with -t experimental that aptitude tries to update several packages? i only want to update one particular package to the experimental version
16:48-!-denisesballs [] has joined #debian
16:48-!-denisesballs [] has quit []
16:49-!-mode/#debian [+l 371] by debhelper
16:49-!-hahnp [] has joined #debian
16:50-!-Epsilon [] has joined #debian
16:56-!-hahnp [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
16:56<blockowitsch>well i solved it by removing experimental from my source again and installing the .deb packages by hand
16:59-!-dw [] has joined #debian
17:00-!-Dude [] has joined #debian
17:01-!-remark [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:01-!-Dude is now known as Guest2281
17:01-!-dw [] has quit []
17:03-!-Guest2281 [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:07-!-kevin [~kevin@uv-163-218.dhcp.CSUChico.EDU] has joined #debian
17:07-!-Hydroxide_NYC is now known as Hydroxide
17:09-!-lorenzo [] has joined #debian
17:10-!-lorenzo [] has quit []
17:12-!-JordiGH [~jordi@] has joined #debian
17:12<JordiGH>Hm, this is an annoying bug that I don't know how to reproduce nor even how to report.
17:12-!-caos [] has joined #debian
17:13<JordiGH>I've only seen it happen with this hardware, but sometimes, plugging in the AC to my laptop freezes it, and I have to unplug it and go back to battery to unfreeze.
17:13-!-caos [] has quit []
17:13-!-pwerken_ [] has joined #debian
17:14-!-nikolay [] has joined #debian
17:15<JordiGH>It might even be an issue with the 2.6.24 kernel I'm still using because I can't get my wireless to associate with the 2.6.26 kernel...
17:15-!-AbsintheSyringe2 [~havoc@] has joined #debian
17:17-!-s3a [] has joined #debian
17:17<s3a>what does debian have to index hard drive files?
17:18-!-eric [] has joined #debian
17:18-!-pwerken [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:18-!-tdcttc02 [] has joined #debian
17:18-!-eric [] has quit []
17:18<JordiGH>s3a: GNU locate?
17:18<JordiGH>s3a: Beagle?
17:19-!-mode/#debian [+l 377] by debhelper
17:19<JordiGH>s3a: Even gnome-do can do it.
17:19-!-kevin [~kevin@uv-163-218.dhcp.CSUChico.EDU] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:19-!-panv [~panv@] has joined #debian
17:19<panv>hi all...
17:19<gravity>KDE must have soemthing too
17:19-!-Col_Kernel [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:19<s3a>from a default installation of etch that got updated to lenny, wat do i have?
17:19<panv>i wanna buy a new laptop... and i am willing to still use debian. i just am wondering which make i should buy..and why !! any help ?>
17:20<JordiGH>s3a: Default installation is Gnome, so you have locate.
17:20<s3a>panv, search for a wiki that tells u wat laptop will work
17:20<panv>any other opinions >?
17:20<panv>lol !
17:20<JordiGH>panv: There was recently a thread in d-user about this question.
17:20<s3a>JordiGH, GNU locate? so if i use the locate command, i am using the program GNU locate?
17:20-!-tdcttc02 [] has quit []
17:20<panv>what is d-user ?
17:20<gravity>s3a: tracker might be installed. I think that's the standard for gnome, although I don't know if it gets installed by default in Debian
17:21<JordiGH>panv: Despite what everyone says about Dell, I've been very happy with my Dellbuntu lappy.
17:21<JordiGH>s3a: Yes, if you use GNU locate then you are using GNU locate.
17:21<JordiGH>panthera: d-user is ""
17:21<panv>what about toshiba ?
17:22<panv>have to go wiki all these things... thx guys../
17:22-!-AbsintheSyringe [~havoc@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:22<JordiGH>panv: Look at that thread or linuxonlaptops or buy from various certified Linux laptop vendors (I think the Linux emporium from the UK will ship you a laptop with Debian preinstalled).
17:22-!-jim [] has joined #debian
17:22-!-macrut [~macrut@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:23-!-jim [] has quit []
17:23-!-oxi [] has joined #debian
17:23-!-oxi [] has quit []
17:23-!-panv [~panv@] has quit []
17:25-!-zevarito_ [] has joined #debian
17:26-!-jeflui [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:27-!-portebel [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
17:28-!-robertk [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:28-!-coldasice [] has joined #debian
17:28-!-coldasice [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:28-!-fike [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:29-!-mode/#debian [+l 369] by debhelper
17:30<jrabbit>Hi #debian, how might I get an old zip drive working on debian testing?
17:30-!-tainted_kitty [] has joined #debian
17:30-!-nikolay [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:30-!-dale [] has joined #debian
17:30<jrabbit>I've been lookign around and supposedly I mgiht need to rebuild the kernel, is there a way to test if my kernel was buidl with support for it?
17:30-!-zevarito [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:31-!-Glenn^BF [~fburlet@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:31-!-dale [] has quit []
17:32-!-tainted_kitty [] has quit []
17:32-!-tainted_kitty [] has joined #debian
17:33-!-knoppix_ [~knoppix@] has joined #debian
17:34-!-knoppix_ is now known as Guest2285
17:34-!-Guest2285 [~knoppix@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:36<themill>jrabbit: do you know what module is required for the zip drive? (I presume it's a parallel port thing)
17:37-!-reneger [] has quit [Quit: reneger]
17:38<jrabbit>themill: I think it's jsut ppa
17:38<jrabbit>What device will it show up as if it /did/ work?
17:40-!-Worf_ [] has joined #debian
17:41-!-stroyan [~mike@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:42<tainted_kitty>im bored... :(
17:42<themill>jrabbit: it's many years since I've played with one of these things.... I have no idea. Look in dmesg. The ppa module is certainly in the debian kernels though, so try plugging it in, switching it on, modprobe -r ppa; modprobe ppa ; dmesg |tail
17:43<jrabbit>[2583520.165762] FAT: Directory bread(block 32) failed
17:43<jrabbit>its tryign to mount
17:44<jrabbit>probably blank
17:44<gsimmons>jrabbit: It will appear as a SCSI removable disk (eg. "IOMEGA ZIP 100").
17:44-!-blockowitsch [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:44<jrabbit>I'm running it headless.
17:44-!-kalpik [~kalpik@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:45-!-jpablo [jpablo@] has joined #debian
17:45<jrabbit>But I poped open nautilus via x11forward and it didn't fidn it
17:45<jrabbit>it does think theres a floppy...
17:46-!-geenna [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:48-!-gusnan [] has quit [Quit: Lämnar]
17:49-!-mode/#debian [+l 363] by debhelper
17:52-!-Epsilon [] has quit [Quit: [BX] We are BitchX of Borg. You will be assimilated. Using ircII is futile.]
17:55-!-ptr [] has joined #debian
17:56-!-Aleks [] has joined #debian
17:56-!-neocalderon [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:57<JordiGH>Is there a GUI tool for installing .debs which are not from Debian? I'm thinking about Frostwire.
17:57<JordiGH>This is for my brother. I don't want him to ever open a terminal.
17:58<craigevil>kpackage, gnome probably has something similiar
17:58<themill>There's some gdebi thing for that. Never used it though... only heard about it
17:58<themill>judd: info gdebi
17:58<judd>themill: gdebi (admin): is optional; Version: 0.1.6; Size: 68.9k; Installed: 428k -- Simple tool to install deb files
17:59<themill>Yay for good short descriptions :(
17:59<JordiGH>Yeah, gdebi was weird. It's like it didn't sudo.
18:00-!-unfrickable [~PC@] has joined #debian
18:00<JordiGH>Yeah, it just dies when you "install".
18:00<themill>The .desktop file should specify to run as a different user (or use gksu or similar)
18:00<unfrickable>Over 80% of NEGROS lack the latest mutations on Haplogroup D that allow for higher though processes. Learn even more facts about the people that hail from the Dark Continent by joining Chimpout!! At all races that aren't Negroid are welcome. We love and respect Asians, Whites, Indians, Native Americans, Mestizos, and non-negroid Jews (no Sammy
18:00<unfrickable> Davis Jr.s). Join us in the epic battle of humans vs niiiggggeeers.
18:00<JordiGH>!ops unfrickable
18:00<dpkg>Hydroxide, bob2, caphuso, dondelelcaro, doogie, eeyore-, ElectricElf, ):, helix, ljlane, LoRez, RichiH, mentor, Netsnipe, TML, walters, xk, abrotman, gravity, azeem, Maulkin, stew, peterS, Alife, Myon, Ganneff, Maulkin, weasel, zobel: jordigh complains about: unfrickable
18:01<themill>unfrickable: wrong channel
18:01-!-mode/#debian [+o dondelelcaro] by ChanServ
18:01-!-unfrickable was kicked from #debian by dondelelcaro [you should know better]
18:01-!-mode/#debian [+b *!*@] by dondelelcaro
18:01-!-mode/#debian [-o dondelelcaro] by dondelelcaro
18:01<themill>thanks, dondelelcaro
18:01-!-flixil [] has joined #debian
18:01<JordiGH>Ah, #493352
18:02<Ganneff>.oO(damn channel ops, make ircops look in another channel for details, just cos they kick them before we could take action) :)
18:02-!-tainted_kitty [] has left #debian [Leaving]
18:04-!-megaf [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:04<themill>JordiGH: yay... "You can just run this graphical program as root [err... how?] so it's not a grave bug." fail.
18:06<JordiGH>themill: Yeah... That was embarrassing. I was trying to show to my brother how easy it would be, and I was doubly embarrassed. Once, this bug, second, Frostwire's packaging sucks and doesn't depend on Java!
18:06<JordiGH>themill: Thankfully my brother is suitably impressed with the rest of lenny, so he forgives these trespasses.
18:07<themill>JordiGH: we've had people in here before with some horribly borked problems thanks to frostwire's packaging.
18:08<JordiGH>themill: Yeah, Frostwire's packaging also seems to do a bunch of stupid stuff with MIME types. :-
18:09<themill>JordiGH: Send them both patches and a cluebat...
18:09<JordiGH>themill: I'd just rather package the damn thing from scratch.
18:09<JordiGH>I might do it... later.
18:10<themill>I was about to say "well, you know what to do about that..."
18:10<JordiGH>As soon as I finish packaging other things. Like Processing.
18:10<newsense>debian has a frostwire package ?
18:11<JordiGH>newbie: More like Frostwire has a debian package. :-/
18:11<JordiGH>newsense: ^^
18:11<JordiGH>newsense: And it sucks.
18:11<JordiGH>(as a package, not Frostwire itself)
18:11<newsense>ahh so its not "in debian"
18:12<newsense>my girlfriend always wants me to install it but i wouldnt even if there was, and i told her its not compatible with linux
18:12<JordiGH>newsense: No. And I wish upstream sources would stop trying to Windowsify software distribution. Code::Blocks is another culprit I can think of.
18:12<JordiGH>newsense: Why not? It does work very nicely and it's all free. OpenJDK handles it quite well.
18:13<newsense>im trying to teach her about free software and she just wants to pirate mp3's :(
18:13<JordiGH>newsense: There's nothing wrong with sharing music...
18:14-!-invalido [] has joined #debian
18:14-!-invalido [] has quit []
18:14<JordiGH>newsense: It's unfortunately often illegal, but that can be fixed and I think it will within a few years.
18:15-!-Wyzard_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:15<newsense>maybe ill give it a try if it makes it into debians repos, good information, i think ill look into it further
18:16<newsense>JordiGH, does its liscense prevent it from being added to the repos ?
18:16-!-Gathond [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:17-!-Gathond [] has joined #debian
18:17<JordiGH>newsense: Nope, just nobody has packaged it properly, but it's all GPLed. Unless there are hidden things I haven't seen yet.
18:19<JordiGH>newsense: It's got an RFP/ITP/RFP again.
18:19<newsense>man would i make her day if i packaged it and installed it for her, though i would have to do my homework first :)
18:19-!-flixil [] has left #debian [Konversation terminated!]
18:19<JordiGH>If upstream made such a mess of the packaging, that makes me think it's not going to be that easy to do it properly.
18:19<JordiGH>Java packaging in general seems to be messy, if Processing is any indication.
18:20-!-Blacker47 [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
18:20<newsense>only problem i would have would be getting the mp3's onto her zune haha
18:20-!-haxi [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:20-!-Lethalman [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
18:20<JordiGH>I like my Samsung player. It plays Ogg, works like a regular USB pendrive, costs half as much as an iPod shuffle with the same storage space, has 10 times the features.
18:21-!-Aleks [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:22-!-JordiGH [~jordi@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
18:22<themill>JordiGH: java packaging is only messy because the java "ecosystem" thinks that internal copies of other people's libraries is not just acceptable, it's a good thing to do.
18:27-!-test [] has joined #debian
18:27-!-test [] has left #debian []
18:29-!-mode/#debian [+l 355] by debhelper
18:30-!-leovis [] has joined #debian
18:31-!-tatotat [~tato@] has joined #debian
18:31-!-leovis [] has quit []
18:31-!-spande [~spande@] has joined #debian
18:32<spande>I have
18:32-!-leovis [] has joined #debian
18:32-!-Deuterium [~AlCapone@] has joined #debian
18:32-!-xlotlu [~john@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:32<spande>I have an unsanitized file name. How do I remove it with a script?
18:33<leovis>que paso
18:35-!-azarh [] has joined #debian
18:36<azarh>hello, can someone tell me what the latest release of debian is? I believe it's sid, but wanted to check.
18:38<themill>azarh: etch.
18:38<SlimeyPete>azarh: sid is the "unstable" branch
18:38-!-xlotlu [~john@] has joined #debian
18:38<stew>which is never released
18:38-!-drvekpf [~drvekpf@] has joined #debian
18:38-!-drvekpf [~drvekpf@] has quit []
18:39-!-tatotat [~tato@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:39<azarh>gotcha. is there a "testing" branch of etch?
18:41<spande>I mean, if the file is called -rf , then scripting rm "$filename" would be a little irresponsible.
18:41-!-hever [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:41<SlimeyPete>Lenny is the testing branch (and will be the next release)
18:41<spande>and is due real soon now.
18:41<azarh>gotcha. thanks again. :)
18:41<SlimeyPete>though "real soon now" could mean anything when it comes to Debian :)
18:42<azarh>I was just having issues with getting my kernel to install, I needed yaird 0.0.13 or something and I could only get 12. had to get 13 off the website.
18:42<azarh>they seem to be having dependency issues lately
18:44-!-Amorphous [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:44-!-fubard [] has joined #debian
18:45<azarh>well, here goes a reboot.
18:45<themill>spande: see man rm, there is an -- option that you can give for precisely this
18:45*azarh crosses his fingers. had to have a 30 minute argument with the system before it'd install my kernel. :d
18:45-!-mib_syx1uo19 [] has joined #debian
18:45-!-mib_syx1uo19 is now known as Panarchy
18:46*Panarchy says Hi
18:46<Panarchy>Does anyone know why this command doesn't work? dpkg -i --instdir=/tools/debian hexedit_1.2.12-3_i386.deb
18:48-!-xlotlu [~john@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:48<duraperidol>i swore i saw a within the debian megasite that spoke about booting debian (via pxe + a new pkg) online?
18:48-!-xlotlu [~john@] has joined #debian
18:48<duraperidol>ie you host a netboot .img on a publically accessible site
18:48<azarh>what error do you get?
18:49<duraperidol>and it would load from that (after you first used a loader and that nifty new pkg..
18:49<duraperidol>anyone familiar?
18:49<Panarchy>PasteBin of output:
18:49-!-fred__ [] has joined #debian
18:49<Panarchy>Oh, hang on a second, LOL, ubuntu is case sensitive
18:50-!-fred__ [] has quit []
18:51-!-AbsintheSyringe3 [~havoc@] has joined #debian
18:51<themill>Panarchy: try #ubuntu on, they'll be much more help to you
18:52<Panarchy>Sorry, but I'm doing this on Debian as well
18:52<Panarchy>Going to add all the tools needed
18:53<Panarchy>Then see which distro has: The smallest size, the fastest speed
18:53<themill>Panarchy: you shouldn't need to install things using dpkg. We have tools like apt-get and aptitude for this.
18:53<Panarchy>and whichever is smallest, I'lkl release
18:53<Panarchy>themill: Thanks. But how do I specify I specific install directory in aptitude or apt-get?
18:53<azarh>um... all linux is case sensative
18:53<azarh>welcome to the high tech world of linux. ;)
18:54<Panarchy>Now I'm getting a new error whilst processing dpkg -i --instdir=/tools/debian hexedit_1.2.12-3_i386.deb:
18:54<themill>Panarchy: why would you want to? Use a chroot and do it properly.
18:54-!-freealan [] has joined #debian
18:54<themill>Panarchy: The speed and size of debian vs ubuntu is also unlikely to be any different. And if you're really looking for size differences, then you probably should be looking to build your own release anyway.
18:55<Panarchy>I am
18:55<Panarchy>Now I'm getting a new error whilst processing dpkg -i --instdir=/tools/debian hexedit_1.2.12-3_i386.deb:
18:55<Panarchy>But first, I would like to release another version
18:55<Panarchy>And to do that, I need to fix the error I'm getting
18:56-!-Amorphous [] has joined #debian
18:56<themill>Panarchy: stop trying to munge with dpkg directly and build a proper chroot. /msg dpkg debootstrap
18:57-!-fubard [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
18:58<Panarchy>themill: I don't understand
18:58<Panarchy>Please tell me the exact command to use
18:58-!-AbsintheSyringe2 [~havoc@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:58<themill>dpkg: tell Panarchy about debootstrap
18:58<Panarchy>Please tell me the exact command to use, to install the individual .deb that I have downloaded already
18:59<Panarchy>Please tell me the exact command to use, to install the individual .deb that I have downloaded already, as there a 64 .deb's in the folder
18:59-!-eleyele [] has joined #debian
19:00-!-eleyele [] has quit []
19:00<dondelelcaro>Panarchy: using the --instdir option to dpkg is almost always fundamentally broken; don't use it
19:01<themill>Panarchy: I have no idea what you've managed to create with your frankenbuntu and I have no intention of trying to work it out at this time of night. There are so many other ways you could go about this that would be much less painful for you (and us).
19:01<spande>themill : but the problem seems more general. Spaces, asterisks, other strange chars. Not just -rf, which would indeed be soluble with the -- option. I am hoping for a really simple and universal solution. rm 'filename' for example. Though that fails with -rf
19:01<gravity>Wow. I didn't even know --instdir existed. That's crack.
19:01<Panarchy>Can someone please help me? There are 199 tools that I need to install, 65 of them debian packages.
19:02<dondelelcaro>Panarchy: since you're not using Debian, this channel isn't the appropriate place to get support. If you want Debian stuff installed, use deboostrap and set up a proper chroot, and then use aptitude or apt-get or similar.
19:02<themill>spande: that's what quoting is for, e.g. to delete $file where $file might be called foo*bar: rm -- "$file"
19:03<themill>spande: the quotes protect the wildcards from being expanded by the shell
19:03-!-s4a [] has joined #debian
19:04-!-s5a [] has joined #debian
19:04<Panarchy>Is there a way I can change the directory apt-get uses as it's install directory?
19:05<spande>themill, thanks. You'd probably make a good lecturer.
19:05<dondelelcaro>Panarchy: yes, but doing so is almost always not what you want to do
19:05-!-stoffepojken [] has joined #debian
19:05<themill>spande: hehe... you probably don't know the irony of that statement.
19:06<spande>themill : you were the guy who never went to lectures ?
19:06<themill>spande: no, I'm now the guy giving them...
19:07<Panarchy>dodelcaro: So, how do I do it?
19:07<spande>heh. You probably do well in polls if they have them at your place
19:08<Panarchy>I would like all 65 of my .deb to be installed into a certain directory. I'm getting a new error whilst processing dpkg -i --instdir=/tools/debian hexedit_1.2.12-3_i386.deb: How do I fix this error? Or how do I change the default install directory for apt-get?
19:09-!-mode/#debian [+l 363] by debhelper
19:09<Panarchy>(summarised everything said so far)
19:09<dondelelcaro>Panarchy: again, Ubuntu is not on topic here. Furthermore, the way you're trying to do what you're doing is silly, and isn't going to work.
19:10<Panarchy>But, is there a way to change the apt-get default install directory to something of my choosing?
19:10<dondelelcaro>Panarchy: use a real chroot with debootstrap if you want the packages to work. Otherwise, use dpkg-deb -x if you just want to unpack them.
19:10<dondelelcaro>Panarchy: yes, but again, it's totally insane to do so.
19:10<Panarchy>Why would I want to unpack them?
19:10-!-abrotman [] has joined #debian
19:10<dondelelcaro>Panarchy: I don't know what you're actually trying to do, so I couldn't tell you
19:10<Panarchy>Dondelelcaro: I know you're saying that it's insane, but I want to do it. So how can I?
19:10-!-s3a [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:11<dondelelcaro>I don't help people do things that are going to hurt them; sorry.
19:11<Panarchy>dondelcaro: For instanced, when I type in: sudo apt-get install gedit | gedit would be installed into /debian/toolz
19:11-!-s4a [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:11<dondelelcaro>why would you ever want to do that?
19:11<themill>Panarchy: chroot /debian/tools and then apt-get install gedit
19:12<dondelelcaro>if you want Debian versions of tools, use a chroot
19:12-!-s5a [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:12<Panarchy>hmm, I'll give that a go. Thanks
19:13<themill>Panarchy: the chroot needs to be properly set up first though. That's what debootstrap does. That's why we've been telling you to use it.
19:14-!-Wyzard [] has joined #debian
19:14-!-NCommander [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
19:14<Panarchy>themill: Okay, just finished install debootstrap
19:15<Panarchy>Now what?
19:16<themill>The next step is you read it's manual page and the wiki page that the dpkg bot told you about earlier.
19:16<Panarchy>So you can't tell me the exact command to use?
19:17-!-leovis_ [] has joined #debian
19:17<themill>Panarchy: why do you want me to read the manual pages for you?
19:18-!-Otter [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:18<leovis_>hablo español
19:18<leovis_>quien habla español
19:18<dpkg>Hispanohablantes: Por favor /join #debian-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda. Spanish Speakers: Please /join #debian-es, there you will get much more help.
19:18<Panarchy>themill: Just tell me the commands to use. Thanks
19:19-!-sphenxes01 [] has joined #debian
19:19-!-pos [] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
19:19<themill>Panarchy: here are the first two: man debootstrap ; iceweasel
19:20<leovis_>no se usar el xchat necesito ayuda por favor
19:20<Panarchy>If you are interested in setting up a chroot for building Debian packages, look at PBuilder.
19:20-!-dieg [] has joined #debian
19:21-!-Holborn [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
19:21<themill>Except that's not what you are planning to do.
19:22<Panarchy>It's not?
19:22<Panarchy>I thought you wanted me to use chroot?
19:23<azarh>Panarchy: are you used to people doing your work for you? rtfm
19:23-!-blindguy74 [] has joined #debian
19:23-!-ubuntu [] has joined #debian
19:23<themill>Panarchy: magic word in that sentence is "building"
19:23<blindguy74>: can someone point me in the right direction or help me install intel 3945 on debian
19:23<Panarchy>azarh: Isn't the whole point of going on IRC to get help?
19:24-!-leovis_ [] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
19:24-!-ubuntu [] has left #debian []
19:24<blindguy74>fyi i'm a noob at linux but learning fast
19:24<themill>blindguy74: sure. Are you using etch? lenny? and do you know what kernel you've got?
19:24<azarh>you've gotten links and man pages. That's the point of going on irc. Now it's up to you to rtfm, the point of irc isn't for someone to spend their time holding your hand because your to lazy to read.
19:24<Panarchy>blindguy74: use the uname command
19:25-!-jtaji [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
19:25<blindguy74>i belive it's lenny and kernel 2.6.18, does that sound right..
19:26-!-sphenxes [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:26<blindguy74>ker 2.6.18-6-686
19:26<azarh>blindguy74 : type dmesg|head. it shows your kernel info there. Just wondering, are you using speakup/jaws or something similar?
19:27-!-dieg [] has quit [Quit: ..]
19:27-!-Gathond_ [] has joined #debian
19:28-!-jpablo [jpablo@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:28-!-Gathond [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:28-!-Gathond_ is now known as Gathond
19:28<themill>blindguy74: lenny won't have a 2.6.18 kernel. Can you give us the output of: dpkg -l libc6 | tail -1
19:29-!-mode/#debian [+l 357] by debhelper
19:31-!-magellanino [] has quit [Quit: Sto andando via]
19:31<blindguy74>the output is il libc6 2.7-10 GNU Clibaray: shared
19:32<abrotman>blindguy74: is linux-image-2.6-686 installed ?
19:32<blindguy74>Adonno how to tell?
19:35<Panarchy>Please help me, here's my topic:
19:35<gravity>Not again
19:35<spande>dpkg -s linux-image-2.6-686
19:35<dpkg>Package: linux-image-2.6-686: Status: install ok installed
19:35<spande>tsk. not you, dpkg
19:36<abrotman>blindguy74: dpkg -l linux-image-2.6-686
19:36-!-spande [~spande@] has quit [Quit: BitchX-1.1-final -- just do it.]
19:36*Panarchy goes back to work on his linux distribution [- -] - Please read my topic and reply [if you can!] - Thanks
19:37<gravity>You're actually making a distro?
19:37-!-Panarchy [] has left #debian []
19:37<gravity>And you're trying to take Debian packages and bend them without understanding them?
19:37<abrotman>and why is he asking #debian ?
19:37<themill>gravity: are you scared yet?
19:38<gravity>themill: Hey, I don't have to run it :-)
19:38-!-waltico [~walter@] has joined #debian
19:38<themill>abrotman: because he's trying to make some frankenbuntu and has dpkg-related questions and this is *obviously* the place to ask.
19:38<blindguy74>yes its installed
19:38-!-sejerpz [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
19:38-!-waltico [~walter@] has quit []
19:38-!-snogglethorpe [] has quit [Quit: loveless void]
19:38<abrotman>sounds like your system isn't up to date
19:39-!-dr|z3d [] has joined #debian
19:39<streuner>themill: frankenbuntu - hehe :-)
19:40-!-Dux [] has joined #debian
19:40<themill>blindguy74: you might want to run: aptitude update ; aptitude full-upgrade
19:40<themill>blindguy74: tell us if that's going to upgrade lots of packages for you
19:41-!-Dux [] has quit []
19:43-!-StatusQuote [] has joined #debian
19:44<blindguy74>it does a bunch of stuff the show the switched to use with aptitude
19:46-!-AbsintheSyringe3 [~havoc@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
19:47-!-goodger [] has joined #debian
19:50-!-xcript [~xcript@] has joined #debian
19:50<dr|z3d>blindguy74: Sounds like you typed the command in wrong if it's showing you help info.
19:51-!-leovis [] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
19:51<azarh>hahahaha. I love the people who want to make a distro and think they're lete hx40rs who are going to be cool. and earn everyone's respect without knowing what they're doing. To bad life can't be like that.
19:51-!-xcript [~xcript@] has quit []
19:52-!-SaintStewart [] has joined #debian
19:52<dr|z3d>Today's newb is tomorrow's expert. People have to start somewhere, azarh
19:52<SaintStewart><--- newb. can someone help me with installing Debian on an Aspire One?
19:53<SaintStewart>Specifically, I get the image on a usb drive, and it starts up fine, but the installer keeps looking for a CDROM and obviously there isnt one.
19:53<dr|z3d>If you're a newb, you might be better served with Ubuntu, or the Easy Peasy distro.
19:53<SaintStewart>Im a newb to getting Debian on the One, not to Linux. :P
19:53<SaintStewart>TY though. lol
19:54<abrotman>SaintStewart: the wiki doesn't help you?
19:54<SaintStewart>No, Abrot. It assumes youre installing FROM Linux, and not Xp.
19:54<craigevil>oops too late :)
19:54*dr|z3d smiles.
19:54<SaintStewart>Yes, Ive been to the Wiki, TY all. lol
19:54<azarh>dr|z3d : sure they do, but do they have to indicate their stupidity on the way? hell, by the time someone walks him through their distro, they could've written their own OS for the time it would take because of his lack of wanting to read.
19:55-!-Nikkolai [] has joined #debian
19:55-!-Nikkolai [] has quit []
19:56<dr|z3d>azarh: I have no idea of the context, but sure, some folk have their work cut out :)
19:56-!-tcsetattr [] has joined #debian
19:56<SaintStewart>The installer finds my network fine, and boots fine, it just keeps searching for a CDROM and I am unsure as to why, and how to stop it and or skip it. When I tell it to not look for a CDROM the installer tells me it cannot continure without one.
19:57*abrotman doesn't see what XP/linux has to do with setting up the installer stuff correctly
19:58<blindguy74>ok, i'm downloading a ton of stuff now
19:58-!-NCommander [] has joined #debian
19:58<SaintStewart>Because I cant quite open up a shell box and execute the "zcat" command in XP, now can I?
19:59<StatusQuote>SaintStewart: if the problem is that you don't have gnu tools on XP, you might try mingw
19:59-!-themill [~stuart@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:59-!-HellDragon [] has joined #debian
19:59<dondelelcaro>StatusQuote: if you've followed the usb key instructions properly, then you've put a cdrom on the usb key
20:00<SaintStewart>I would tend to agree, yet....there it is. Or isnt, apparently.
20:00-!-omer [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:01<blindguy74>i'm a gnoob...:>
20:01-!-cgreco [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:02-!-rebel [] has joined #debian
20:02-!-freealan [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
20:03-!-rebel [] has quit []
20:03-!-sylarrr [] has joined #debian
20:03-!-jpablo [jpablo@] has joined #debian
20:03<blindguy74>roughly how long shoud this go for doing updates?
20:03<SaintStewart>I'll figure it out on my own. Thanks....
20:03-!-SaintStewart [] has left #debian []
20:04<dr|z3d>blindguy74: Depends on your connection speed and the number of updates needed.
20:04<StatusQuote>what's wrong with using mingw? he seemed to ignore that completely
20:05<dr|z3d>blindguy74: aptitude should give you an estimate of the time needed to download the updates.
20:05-!-blindguy74 [] has left #debian []
20:06-!-blindguy74 [] has joined #debian
20:08-!-HellDragon [] has quit [Quit: You might as well kill yourself, you're already dead.]
20:09-!-Otter [] has joined #debian
20:10-!-rul [~rul@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:10-!-sylar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:12<StatusQuote>d'oh! i should have said MSYS.. which is hosted at the same website, but isn't mingw
20:14-!-Garda [~Garda@] has joined #debian
20:14-!-_|_ [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
20:15-!-Piet [] has quit [Quit: Piet]
20:16-!-StatusQuote [] has quit [Quit: Never be afraid to change the status quo, but always try to understand it first.]
20:18-!-Deuterium [~AlCapone@] has quit []
20:19-!-mode/#debian [+l 349] by debhelper
20:20-!-paydar [] has joined #debian
20:20-!-kanru [~kanru@2001:b020:0:71::b] has joined #debian
20:20-!-paydar [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:20-!-midlis [] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!]
20:28-!-ikke [~ikke@] has joined #debian
20:29-!-ikke [~ikke@] has quit []
20:29-!-ubuntu [] has joined #debian
20:30-!-azeem [] has joined #debian
20:30-!-ubuntu [] has quit []
20:33-!-fike [] has joined #debian
20:33-!-craigevil [] has quit [Quit: ChatZilla 0.9.84 [Iceweasel 3.0.5/2008122011]]
20:34<azarh>blindguy74 : if your using ssh/jaws or something (I'm going to assume your blind from your nick) apt-get will show you the speed it's going. you can also see overall percentage, which lets you guestimate
20:35-!-azeem-uni [] has joined #debian
20:37-!-path [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
20:37-!-azeem-un1 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:37-!-azeem_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:38-!-elkbuntu is now known as melissa
20:38-!-engywuck [] has joined #debian
20:38-!-engywuck is now known as gpb
20:39-!-AzaTht [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
20:40<blindguy74>it's at get : 315
20:50-!-yusuo [] has joined #debian
20:50<gpb>ah... stable is sooooo boring
20:50<gpb>no updated packets in the last three days....
20:51<yusuo>im having some troubles with debian
20:51<gpb>tell us which
20:51<yusuo>etch rc6
20:51<yusuo>im trying to save torrents to /media/media but its saying i dont have permission
20:51<yusuo>anyone please
20:52<abrotman>ls -dl /media/media/
20:52<gpb>please do a ls -la /media/media/.
20:52<gpb>please note the final dot .
20:53<gpb>oh, learned sth new... -d does it too
20:53<yusuo>drwxr-xr-x 7 root root 16384 1970-01-01 01:00 /media/media/
20:53<gpb>hmmm, looks like a FAT filesystem....
20:53<yusuo>it is
20:53<gpb>then you need to mount it correctly
20:53-!-jamuraa [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
20:53<yusuo>i did via fstab
20:53<gpb>FAT doesn't know about users
20:54<gpb>what fstab entry do you have for it?
20:54<yusuo>/dev/hda4 /media/media vfat,ext3,ext2,reiserfs auto,users,exec 0 0
20:54<gpb>so mount assumes you only want it to be shown to root unless you tell it otherwise
20:54<abrotman>yusuo: are you trying to write as root?
20:54<yusuo>no i want to write as a user
20:54-!-melissa is now known as elky
20:55<yusuo>how can i set it up so i have write access to the drive
20:55<abrotman>yusuo: you need to change the permissions on the mount point
20:55<yusuo>how would i do that
20:55<gpb>either add umask=001 or uid/gid settings
20:55<yusuo>sorry lost you there
20:56<yusuo>what do u mean
20:56<gpb>you need to tell mount to make it writeable for your user
20:56<abrotman>yusuo: chmod a+w /media/media/
20:56<gpb>will not work, abrotman
20:56<abrotman>works just fine here
20:56<gpb>didn't work for me a year ago....
20:56<yusuo>didnt work for me now
20:57<gpb>yusuo: so you can tell mount to either
20:57<yusuo>gpb how do i add umask=002 do i just add it to the end of the fstab
20:57<gpb>- make it writable for *everyone*
20:57<yusuo>i meant umask=001
20:57<gpb>- make it writable for a special group or secial person only
20:57<yusuo>i want to make it writable to everyone
20:58<yusuo>so just on the end of fstab
20:58<gpb>with 001 you only say you have no executable files on it
20:58<yusuo>could u edit my entry to what it should be
20:58<gpb>000 if you want to execute files there
20:58<yusuo>/dev/hda4 /media/media vfat,ext3,ext2,reiserfs auto,users,exec 0 0
20:58<gpb>/dev/hda4 /media/media vfat,ext3,ext2,reiserfs auto,users,exec,umask=000 0 0
20:58<gpb>/dev/hda4 /media/media vfat,ext3,ext2,reiserfs auto,users,exec,umask=001 0 0
20:58-!-jamuraa [] has joined #debian
20:59<yusuo>i want it so anyone can do anything on that partition
20:59-!-adlpaf-mobile [~adlpaf-mo@] has joined #debian
20:59<gpb>is this always the same partition you mount there?
20:59<gpb>if yes please use
21:00<yusuo>brb just loggin off 2 secs
21:00-!-yusuo [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
21:00<blindguy74>it's now going through the setup process
21:00<abrotman>it'll take awhile
21:00-!-yusuo [] has joined #debian
21:00<yusuo>didnt work
21:00<gpb>/dev/hda4 /media/media vfat auto,users,exec,umask=001 0 0
21:01<yusuo>still have no write access
21:01<gpb>did you remount it?
21:01<dr|z3d>blindguy74: Give it a few, it'll tell you when it's done.
21:01<yusuo>logged out and back in
21:01<gpb>umount /media/media && mount /media/media
21:01<gpb>logout doesn't umount file systems
21:01<yusuo>ummm ok
21:02<yusuo>now all the folders have turned into wierd items
21:02<Txt-file>how can I create my own debian-iso configured for my needs?
21:03-!-upsy [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
21:04<yusuo>its working i changed the umask= to 000
21:04<yusuo>but when i do the same with the other file i want to mount it wont let me write
21:05<yusuo>gpb u still around
21:05-!-l0912 [~021230123@] has joined #debian
21:06-!-test321 [~techshow@] has joined #debian
21:07<yusuo>can anyone help me with auto mounting vfat via fstab so i have permissions
21:09<enouf>yusuo: chown on the /mnt/point to username:usergroup then make /etc/fstab look like this; /dev/hdc1 /mnt/p1 vfat rw,user,auto,uid=1000,gid=1000,umask=002 0 0 <--alter uid/gid accordingly
21:09-!-sphenxes03 [] has joined #debian
21:09-!-gpb [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
21:10<yusuo>enouf sounds good but could you please talk a noob through it
21:10<enouf>yusuo: output of id -u says?
21:10-!-test321 [~techshow@] has left #debian []
21:11<yusuo>debian:/home/yusuo# id -u
21:11<enouf>yusuo: make sure fat and vfat are loading prior to trying to mount, if not, list those two in /etc/modules - one per line
21:12-!-jamuraa [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
21:12<enouf>yusuo: that's root, i want your userid:groupid .. become a/the regular user
21:13-!-Caroll [~caroll@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
21:13<enouf>yusuo: the as a prompt gives it away (though one can alter that default) - a user will have a $ instead - only root will have a
21:13<enouf>oh ffs
21:13<yusuo>but ure help is appreciated
21:13<enouf>yusuo: no, not you - my stupid irc client
21:14<enouf>Txt-file: /msg dpkg ccd
21:14<enouf>Txt-file: er /msg dpkg cdd
21:15<yusuo>ok i can write to these mounts just not the root of the mount only to the folders inside the mount
21:15<Txt-file>thanks enouf
21:16<Txt-file>enouf: will this work also for a liveCD?
21:16-!-Lemonzest [] has quit [Quit: Quit!]
21:16-!-sphenxes01 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
21:17-!-jamuraa [] has joined #debian
21:17<enouf>yusuo: as root "mkdir /mnt/vfatty" ; "sensible-editor /etc/fstab" change your--> "/dev/hda4 /media/media vfat,ext3,ext2,reiserfs auto,users,exec 0 0" to-> "/dev/hda4 /mnt/vfatty vfat rw,user,auto,uid=1000,gid=1000,umask=002 0 0"
21:18<enouf>chown -R username:groupname /mnt/vfatty
21:19-!-lobao [~Humberto@] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
21:19<enouf>if your userid/groupid == 1000 otherwise use the number 'id -u' returns when you are that user, whom you want to have rw perms on your vfat
21:20<enouf>Txt-file: see /msg dpkg live (for that)
21:20-!-NBaH_ [] has joined #debian
21:21<Txt-file>thank you ... I will try that stuff.
21:22-!-jtaji [] has joined #debian
21:22<yusuo>just trying that now 2 secs enouf
21:23-!-NBaH_ [] has quit []
21:23-!-azarh [] has quit [Quit: Disconnecting]
21:24-!-jscinoz [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
21:24-!-NBaH [] has joined #debian
21:25-!-jscinoz [] has joined #debian
21:25<yusuo>i changed the fstab as you said and everythings fine now
21:28-!-Silent-X [] has joined #debian
21:28-!-yusuo [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
21:29-!-craigevil [~craigevil@] has joined #debian
21:29<Silent-X>Is there a way to make it so when a user does anything internet related, it uses a specific IPs, or assign an IP to a user?
21:30-!-bilboquet [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
21:33-!-RIVE [~cesar@] has joined #debian
21:35-!-hmuller [] has joined #debian
21:36-!-hmuller [] has quit []
21:36-!-Rixcz [~Miranda@] has quit [Quit: Miranda IM! Smaller, Faster, Easier.]
21:41-!-clara [] has joined #debian
21:43-!-hw [] has joined #debian
21:43-!-clara [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
21:43-!-pablomat [~pablo@] has joined #debian
21:46-!-`James [] has joined #debian
21:46-!-Annihilatrix [~Annihilat@] has joined #debian
21:47-!-`James [] has left #debian []
21:47-!-mmoon [] has joined #debian
21:47-!-Annihilatrix [~Annihilat@] has left #debian []
21:48-!-scientes [] has quit [Max SendQ exceeded]
21:48-!-scientes [] has joined #debian
21:49-!-Azhrarn [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
21:49-!-mmoon [] has quit []
21:51-!-computer [] has joined #debian
21:52-!-computer [] has quit []
21:53-!-krezel [] has joined #debian
21:53-!-newsense [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
21:53-!-zevarito_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
21:55-!-newsense [] has joined #debian
21:56-!-jscinoz [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
21:56-!-xlotlu [~john@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
21:59-!-jegc [~jegc@] has joined #debian
22:07-!-xlotlu [~john@] has joined #debian
22:10-!-newsense [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
22:14-!-k1lumin4t1 [~k1lumin4t@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
22:15-!-newsense [] has joined #debian
22:16-!-Brobubba [~steve@] has joined #debian
22:16-!-Brobubba [~steve@] has quit []
22:17-!-k1lumin4t1 [~k1lumin4t@] has joined #debian
22:18-!-craigevil [~craigevil@] has quit [Quit: ChatZilla 0.9.84 [Iceweasel 3.0.5/2008122011]]
22:25-!-multipass [] has joined #debian
22:30-!-Stratman4300 [~Stratman4@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
22:30-!-Stratman4300 [~Stratman4@] has joined #debian
22:30-!-streuner_ [] has joined #debian
22:35-!-gutocarvalho [~gutocarva@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
22:37-!-streuner [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
22:38-!-krezel [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
22:41-!-esaym [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
22:45-!-joseph_ [] has joined #debian
22:45-!-Apollo [jw@] has joined #debian
22:45-!-joseph_ [] has left #debian []
22:47-!-Deuterium [~AlCapone@] has joined #debian
22:47-!-kalpik [~kalpik@] has joined #debian
22:48-!-Worf_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
22:59-!-scientes [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
22:59-!-craigevil [] has joined #debian
22:59-!-HellDragon [] has joined #debian
22:59-!-Deuterium [~AlCapone@] has quit []
23:00-!-Netsplit <-> quits: FloodServ
23:01-!-engywuck [] has joined #debian
23:02-!-Valtiel-ASD [~Valtiel-A@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:04-!-multipass [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
23:04-!-Pipperss [] has joined #debian
23:07-!-gravity [] has quit [Quit: sleep]
23:11-!-Garda [~Garda@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:11-!-lautarus [~laut@] has joined #debian
23:11-!-lautarus [~laut@] has left #debian []
23:12-!-scientes [] has joined #debian
23:14-!-abrotman [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
23:14<enouf>Silent-X: sounds you want to setup a proxy or something
23:17<NBaH>using two vga controller and two monitor, I'm wondering, whenever I logout from X to get back to TTY, if there's a way to shut down the extra card. I mean making it stop blinking.
23:20-!-Valtiel-ASD [~Valtiel-A@] has joined #debian
23:22<Silent-X>enouf: not really a proxy, wanted to make it so when they log in, if they connect to irc or anything, its from a specific ip
23:25-!-Garda [~Garda@] has joined #debian
23:26-!-freealan [] has joined #debian
23:26<dr|z3d>Silent-X: A proxy would do that just fine. A local proxy, for example.
23:29<Silent-X>hmm.. ill try that out, thanks enouf, dr|z3d
23:30-!-sp_ [] has joined #debian
23:31<dr|z3d>Squid might be a good place to start, Silent-X.
23:31<enouf>NBaH: you didn't need to logout from X to get to the TTYs
23:31-!-sp_ [] has quit []
23:32<NBaH>enouf, yes, but I'm not using a Dislpay Manager, so when I logout, I get back to TTY.
23:33-!-aaron [] has joined #debian
23:33<dr|z3d>NBaH: There's always slim, if you find GDM too top-heavy.
23:33<enouf>you still have X running on tty7 i bet
23:35<NBaH>enouf, let me see, I'm coming back...
23:35<enouf>NBaH: when in X, try ctrl-alt-[f1..6], then alt-f2, alt-f3
23:35*NBaH logs out
23:35-!-engywuck_ [] has joined #debian
23:35-!-NBaH [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
23:37-!-RIVE [~cesar@] has quit [Quit:]
23:37-!-NBaH [] has joined #debian
23:37<eljefe>Anyone ever deal with a "Santa Cruz" audio card? We cannot get the sound to work under Testing
23:37-!-NBaH [] has quit []
23:38<Supaplex>eljefe: which device is it under lspci -nn ? maybe | grep -i audio
23:38-!-NBaH [] has joined #debian
23:39<NBaH>no, no more X running
23:39-!-newsense [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
23:39<eljefe>its at my friend's house so i cannot right now, but I was hoping for some tips like that, Supaplex... would I then m-a a-i something to get it to work?
23:40-!-aaron [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
23:42<dpkg>To locate the kernel module(s) supporting your hardware, run lspci -nn, and ask me about <pciid 00:1b.0 Audio device ... [8086:284b] ...> Where [8086:284b] is the vendor+device id of your hardware. Results should be similar to <hcl>, but uses your local /lib/modules/*/modules.alias to guess. Some hardware uses alternate means of detection: beware of some false positives+negatives.
23:42-!-Stratman4300 [~Stratman4@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
23:42<Supaplex>!pciid 04:00.0 Ethernet controller [0200]: 3Com Corporation 3c905B 100BaseTX [Cyclone] [10b7:9055] (rev 30)
23:42<dpkg>egrep -i --color `echo 10b7:9055 | sed 's/:/.*/'` /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/modules.alias
23:43<Supaplex>alias pci:v000010B7d00009055sv*sd*bc*sc*i* 3c59x
23:43-!-snogglethorpe [] has joined #debian
23:43-!-engywuck [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:43<Supaplex>I run that egrep string, and now I know 3c59x claims to run this hardware.
23:44<eljefe>whoa... ok so the egrep string will set up the 'alias pci:v000010B7d00009055sv*sd*bc*sc*i* 3c59x' stuff?
23:44<Supaplex>it will not setup. it'll just tell you what module to use
23:44<dpkg>modconf is a tool to configure/add/delete kernel modules, and at the same time it will update /etc/modules, or fix drivers/net no-view bug with, or note: already loaded modules will not be automatically added to /etc/modules
23:45<eljefe>hmm... i should test this first on my system :) to understand a bit better
23:45<eljefe>!pciid 00:14.2 Audio device [0403]: ATI Technologies Inc IXP SB4x0 High Definition Audio Controller [1002:437b] (rev 01)
23:45<dpkg>egrep -i --color `echo 1002:437b | sed 's/:/.*/'` /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/modules.alias
23:46<Supaplex>alias pci:v00001002d0000437Bsv*sd*bc*sc*i* snd_hda_intel
23:46<eljefe>yeah insteresting, then i install the module $whatever that is listed at the end of the results from egrap?
23:47<eljefe>so in my case snd_hda_intel
23:47<NBaH>enouf, If I go to tty using Ctrl-Alt-Fn, while X's running, every tty shows the same : default vga controller/monitor is nice tty, the other is blinking weird characters. That seems normal, but when X is off.
23:47<Supaplex>this egrep don't load. it only sniffs out what modules.alias says has support for it.
23:48<Supaplex>yea, modconf will add it to /etc/modules
23:48<eljefe>would m-a a-i snd_hda_intel do what I need? or, how do I fist install the module that I will then need to load?
23:48<eljefe>or just use modconf?
23:49<Supaplex>use modconf first.
23:49-!-h2-gw [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
23:49-!-alephnull [~alok@] has joined #debian
23:49<Supaplex>m-a compiles modules not already on your system (minus some mainstream modules that are not part of debain's standard release)
23:49<eljefe>so as root just run 'modconf $whatever'
23:53-!-mhash [~mhash@] has joined #debian
23:53<Supaplex>sure. modconf doesn't add it to /etc/modules though
23:53-!-NCommander [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:54<eljefe>ok so how would you suggest to do it?
23:54<Supaplex>$EDITOR or modconf
23:54-!-Guest2043 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:54<eljefe>what does it do then? couldn't i modprobe it?
23:55<eljefe>!pciid 02:0b.0 Multimedia audio controller [0401]: Cirrus Logic CS 4614/22/24/30 [CrystalClear SoundFusion Audio Accelerator] [1013:6003] (rev 01)
23:55<dpkg>egrep -i --color `echo 1013:6003 | sed 's/:/.*/'` /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/modules.alias
23:56<eljefe>Supaplex we ran the above egrep and there is no output :(
23:57-!-xlotlu [~john@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
23:59-!-mode/#debian [+l 343] by debhelper
23:59<Supaplex>eljefe: what do you mean, what does it do?
23:59<Supaplex>alias pci:v00001013d00006003sv*sd*bc*sc*i* snd_cs46xx
---Logclosed Mon Jan 26 00:00:21 2009