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#debian IRC Logs for 2010-11-13

---Logopened Sat Nov 13 00:00:15 2010
00:01<SeanieB>that error according to goggles pertains to removing a route that is nonexistant, but I dont see any routes out of the ordinary
00:01<bja>SeanieB: paste the output of route -n
00:01<bja>also paste the output of ifconfi -a
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00:03<SeanieB>one strange thing I noticed is that the NIC enters promiscuous mode
00:03<SeanieB>and doesnt leave it
00:03<SeanieB>and I dont remember using promiscuous mode
00:03<SeanieB>the last few lines of dmesg
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00:05<bja>SeanieB: paste /etc/network/interfaces
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00:08<bja>SeanieB: coment out the authoeth0:1 interface completeley and try to reload the server
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00:08<SeanieB>all the virtual interfaces?
00:08<bja>Are we talking about a VPS or a dedicated one?
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00:09<SeanieB>ISP confirmed I didnt need anything more than the address, mask and gatewau
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00:09<bja>yes all the virtual ones. Lets see how it behaves with one single interface
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00:09<bja>SeanieB: wait
00:09<SeanieB>that would be incredibly inconvienient, these interfaces did exist before the server was reinstalled
00:09<SeanieB>there was hardware failure and I was saved by /home/ being on another HDD
00:10<bja>SeanieB: eth0:5 netmask is not the same as the others
00:10<SeanieB>so all I did was replace the system drive
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00:10<SeanieB>no, it's not supposed to be
00:10<SeanieB>see how the IP is another range
00:10<SeanieB>different from the others
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00:10<SeanieB>I am 99% sure it was like that before the reinstall
00:11<SeanieB>I can remove that address though
00:11<SeanieB>that one is noncritical
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00:13<SeanieB>still having issues connecting to stuff that other machines on the same router can get to fine
00:13<SeanieB>it's so bizarre
00:14<SeanieB>I even logged into another server on the router running debian, and started comparing files
00:14<SeanieB>only diff is the different VLAN, but I had them rebuild it
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00:41<SeanieB>I stunned this channel to silence
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02:01<dpkg>hmm... cn is China, or for help in chinese please join #debian-zh, Please use UTF-8, for IRC help see | Qt/KDE è¿æ¸¡æå¼å§ï¼è¯¦æ请é读
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02:17<rasmus>I have a script I want to run using /etc/init.d/myScript start without hanging op the terminal, and so I am able to terminate the program by /etc/init.d/myScript stop
02:18<rasmus>The script simply runs a js file using node.js
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02:21<rasmus>Can anybody help?
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02:45<noesc>I'm not totally sure that this is the right place to ask, but why is "/proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/*/mc_forwarding" read only?
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03:12<amitz>noesc: you're not suppose to change stuff directly in /proc iirc.
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03:28<TomassoSK>Hi all I am using LXDE and there is cpufreq frontend, but it is not working, I cant change governor. I have working cpufreq-utils, I am in powerdev group. I dont want to change governor only from terminal.
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03:33<TomassoSK>Nobody can help me? :( I am usin Debian squeeze.
03:34<devil>TomassoSK: you might get better help in #lxde
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03:38<zophy>how can i read the firefox bookmarks and insert that info into a database ?
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03:39<cahoot>aren't they already?
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03:42<EmleyMoor>I hawe downloaded the source of a package and made a very small modification - also altered the debian/changelog, how do I rebuild the package?
03:42<ompaul>zophy: look here ~/.mozilla/firefox/RandomCharacters-.default/bookmarks.html the Random Characters change every time you install it, format of file - html - after that it is up to you to define how you put them in a relational db (assuming that is what you mean)
03:43<ompaul>EmleyMoor: check docs on make checkinstall
03:43*ompaul has to run
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03:46<Nikkk>Hello ! mySql installation isn't prompting for root password ! can anyone help me with it ?
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03:57<weasel>what does usr/share/doc say?
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04:17<TomassoSK>Pls how can I use cpufreq-set whitout root permisions and whitout using sudo? like the regular user
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04:28<weasel>not at all
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04:29<weweje>hello all!
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04:30<weweje>do someone ever tried to mount an esata ext drive?
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04:32<pavi>is there a problem with Intel onboard graphics : 82845 G / GL ?
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04:33<pavi>I could get only 800 x 600 resolution
04:33<Lumooja>TomassoSK: chmod 4711 /usr/bin/cpufreq-set
04:37<TomassoSK>Lumooja: not working
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04:37<Lumooja>TomassoSK: works for me, what error do you get?
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04:38<TomassoSK>Error setting new values. Common errors:
04:38<TomassoSK>- Do you have proper administration rights? (super-user?)
04:38<TomassoSK>- Is the governor you requested available and modprobed?
04:38<TomassoSK>- Trying to set an invalid policy?
04:38<TomassoSK>- Trying to set a specific frequency, but userspace governor is not available,
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04:39<TomassoSK>Lumoja: Error setting new values. Common errors
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04:39<Lumooja>TomassoSK: i got that before the 4711 also
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04:40<Lumooja>did you check that the chmod is now -rws--x--x
04:40<TomassoSK>I already set chmod 4711 /usr/bin/cpufreq-set
04:41<Lumooja>works on debian 5.0 32-bit at least
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04:43<TomassoSK>There is -rwx--x--x
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04:43<Lumooja>you need the "s" bit
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04:46<Xeross>Is there some kind of guide on how to set up your own repository including signing it and generating a .asc file that needs to be added on the receiving end
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04:46<Xeross>as I'm stuck with that last thing
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04:48<albin>Hello, I am trying to make a debian package for racket from the old plt-scheme package, and so far it seems to be going rather well: the package (binary and source) builds and runs on my machine.
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04:49<Lumooja>gpg -ab filename
04:50<albin>I do however get a lot of lintian warnings, and one error. The warnings are to be due to racket placing a lot of image files (!) in /usr/lib/, and I haven't found any configure flags to correct that, and the error is due to the menu icon being too large.
04:51<albin>However, there's only one icon supplied by racket! How should I solve this? Scale it down during the package build with convert?
04:51<albin>Also, I think these errors were present in the old plt-scheme package as well
04:52<Xeross>Lumooja: Hmm can't add the resulting file to apt-key though
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04:54<Lumooja>Xeross: sudo apt-key add keyName.gpg
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04:55<Xeross>Lumooja: gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found.
04:55<Lumooja>Xeross: and first you need to export the key also: gpg --armor --export YOURKEYID > keyName.gpg
04:55<Xeross>Lumooja: I've already figured it out, I think'
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04:56<Lumooja>what does: gpg --list-keys
04:56<Xeross>Lumooja: No more errors when fetching the repository guess it works
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04:57<Lumooja>seems ok
04:58<Xeross>Lumooja: Yeah i think I did it right now
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05:07<ironm>Good morning - I hope you can give some hints how to set an HP LaserJet 1320n for network printing.
05:07<Lumooja>cups should work, it works on my xerox fiery at least :)
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05:07<ironm>I have set the IP-address and can see the printer on the network -
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05:08<Lumooja>yeah you only need IP and then you select the cups protocol in your app
05:08<ironm>Lumooja, thhank you - I was trying to use the cups-client but it didn't work as expected
05:08<Lumooja>i mean in the printer setup, must be somekind of control panel somewhere, forgot
05:09<ironm>the point is that I would like to print from the command line without using cupsd ... (I hope it is possible)
05:09<ironm>I can print .ps ile usind netcat .. like: cat | nc 9100
05:10<Lumooja>it doesn't work with laserjet?
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05:10<ironm>and it works .. however when I try to use "lp" commands many pages will be printed with an ipp header on the first page
05:11<Lumooja>is the header coming from from lp or from the printer?
05:11<Lumooja>i mean the first page
05:11<ironm>Lumooja, I have used this printer till now only as a local printer (USB)
05:11<ironm>the first page ist comming from lp
05:12<ironm>like: POST / HTTP/1.1
05:12<ironm>Content-Length: 636
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05:13<ironm>Content-Type: application/iipp
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05:13<ironm>ipp ... ipp is the protocol of cups
05:13<ironm>I have checked google and yahoo but didn't find any solution yet :(
05:14<ironm>maybe there is another way to print from the command line without using the cups-client
05:15<ironm>I put in /etc/cups/client.conf like: ServerName
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05:21<Lumooja>lp -o job-sheets=none filename
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05:22<ironm>thank you Lumooja .. I will test it
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05:22<ironm>great! .. thanks a lot for the hint/link Lumooja :))
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05:31<ironm>Lumooja, it didn't change anything ... the option "-o job-sheets=none" .. it looks like "lp" sends an "ipp" protocol content to the printer and it interprets it as content for printing (like a file)
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05:32<Lumooja>maybe: lpr -l filename
05:33<ironm>do I have to use the cups-client at all to print on a network PostScript printer from the comand line ?
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05:33<Lumooja>probably not
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05:35<Lumooja>you could try to stop cups: sudo /etc/init.d/cupsys stop
05:35<Lumooja>and then use cat
05:36<ironm>I don't have the cupsd daemon runing as I have installed only the cups-client
05:37<Lumooja>what's the command to burn a iso file to dvd?
05:38<Lumooja>ugh, too complicated, i think i burn it from XP with dvdburn.exe :)
05:38<ironm>Lumooja, you could use K3B ... e.g.
05:39<ironm>in case you run KDE
05:39<Lumooja>yeah, but only kde 3.5
05:39<ironm>there are some pakages also for gnome
05:39<ironm>it is enough
05:39<ironm>kde 3.5
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05:41<Lumooja>ah nice, k3b seems easy enough
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05:44<Lumooja>there we go writing debigan6 dvd with 18.40x speed :)
05:45<ironm>what is "debigan6" ?
05:46<Lumooja>debian6, typo
05:46<ironm>nice speed ... x18.40
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05:49<ironm>Lumooja, I have installed lpr (so now there is an lpd daemon running and puting my print jobs like "lpr -l file.txt" in a queue ... *however" still not printing them on the network printer)
05:49<ironm>I can see them with lpg
05:50<ironm>somewhere I have to tell "lpd" that it should send all jobs to " at port 515)
05:51<ironm>and define the printer (like type, name etc .. )
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05:52<Lumooja>lpr -Plaser@
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05:52<Lumooja>or: export PRINTER=laser@
05:53<Lumooja>or will that only use a lp queue on a remote server
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05:55<ironm>good ide .. I will try it Lumooja :) . merci !
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05:57<ironm>hmm .. I am getting a message: "uknown printer
05:57<ironm>unknown printer ...
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05:57<Lumooja>did you specify port number also?
05:58<ironm>I will repet the test
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05:59<ironm>the same error with lpr -Plaser@ -l file.txt
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06:00<Lumooja>i wonder if the laser is necessary, or does it need to match your printers name or something
06:00<ironm>I guess I have to configure somewhere the remote printer (maybe printcap ... like IP:port, printer name, printer type etc . )
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06:00<ironm>I can remove "laser" and try again -
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06:03<ironm>Lumooja, I get the print job in the queue when using the following command: "lpr -Plp -l file.txt"
06:03<ironm>the name of the default printer is lp ..
06:04<ironm>however there is no info that it should be an lpd network printer ...
06:04<Lumooja>and: lp@ ?
06:04<ironm>no .. error message
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06:05<ironm>yes .. also an error message
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06:06<Lumooja>ok, i think i'll try it myself soon, but first i'm going to reboot now and install debian 6 64-bit! :)
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06:06<ironm>thank you very much for your hints Lumooja ... and good luck with debian 6 / 64 bit
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06:20<mekt>Is there a way to search for all packages which provide a certain 'alternative' (ex: /etc/alternatives/x-www-browser) ?
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06:28<valdyn>mekt: i doubt that, but you can search for features via debtags
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06:31<valdyn>mekt: like: debtags search "web::browser && interface::x11"
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07:14<EmleyMoor>I am trying to print labels with database fields from openoffice Writer, but after I answer the question about printing a form letter "Yes", it does nothing more. Ordinary documents print OK though. What could be wrong?
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07:23<EmleyMoor>I had to rewrite all the field paragrahps (!)
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08:09<Kritar>soy nuevo
08:10<darsie>My gnome clock applet shows wrong weather today. I want to find out where it get's its data from, but I can't even pin down the package it comes in.
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08:29<bremner>darsie: if you know the name of the binary, you can do something like "dpkg -S /usr/bin/gnome-weather-applet"
08:29<darsie>unfortunately the clock applet doesn't seem to be a regular binary.
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08:30<darsie>ps ax|grep clock doesn't find it.
08:30<darsie>It may be in the package gnome-panel, but I'm not sure.
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08:31<darsie>I guess I should post my concern to debian-user mailing list or a gnome list.
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08:32<bremner>or wait a bit. Maybe some gnome expert happens by.
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08:33<babilen>… or can be found in #gnome on :)
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08:35<bremner>see, babilen already knows more than I do about Gnome :)
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08:37<babilen>darsie: But if you want the package -- it is "gnome-applets" (surprise!!) and contains /usr/lib/gnome-applets/gweather-applet-2
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08:38<darsie>babilen: Do you really think gweather-applet-2 is the clock applet? Or is gweather-applet-2 included in the clock applet?
08:39<babilen>ah -- no
08:39<babilen>thats the weather applet ... IIRC it was some with gworldclock or so :-\
08:40<darsie>You can configure the clock to display weather information.
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08:41<babilen>darsie: Yes, I know exactly what you are referring to. Before we had the fancy clock in the panel you would use "gworldclock" (basically the same thing as the applet these days) -- But it is not installed here and I am therefore unsure what provides it.
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09:22<bremner>!es-social Kritar
09:22<dpkg>Kritar: Este canal es de ayuda con ordenadores en Ingles. Si no necesitas ayuda con tu ordenador por favor ingresa al canal social de #debian-es con /join #debian-es-cachondeo. Tus amigos probablemente ya esten ahi.
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09:45<munga>I can extract one specific stanza from a packages file like this : grep -A 16 "Package: gcc-3.4-base" lenny.packages . How can I invert the match, that is output everything else but this stanza ? grep -v doesn't work ... :(
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09:46<abrotman>why not?
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09:49<munga>well ... it gives me a file that is the same as the input file, so I guess I'm missing something ...
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09:51<abrotman>exactly the same?
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09:53<munga>yep... maybe -A affects only the output, but not the selection ... don't know if I remove -A 16, it works as expected ...
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09:54<lancelot_of>hi all
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09:54<lancelot_of>how to change booted oackages in a dependency based boot sequence?
09:54<lancelot_of>Oackages=Packages, sorry :D
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11:20<lfaraone>If I have a bunch of gzipped mail archives in mbox format, is there a way to search through them all with something like mitt?
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12:04<Xeross>When installing exim how can I determine whether i need the light or the heavy one ?
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12:07<petemc>look at the package description
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12:50<shodun>Where does one go to find out more concerning the political layout of the Debian project? i.e. who decides what gets put intoa major distribution? etc.
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12:55<Lethalman>shodun, on the debian website there are several pages describing the debian organization
12:56<Lethalman>shodun, mostly what goes into stable is what there is in testing
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13:05<shodun>@Lethalman Thanks. I am doing a report for a Foundations of Free Software course. I was having difficulty finding the relevant pagers as there is a ton of documentation. Could you point me in the right direction?
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13:08<xuxu>hello everyone
13:09<xuxu>ive a problem with my iptables/vuumuur cfg. netstat say port 25 is a listening port but i cant connect to port 25 -.-
13:09<xuxu>can someone give me a hint what ive to do?
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13:12<xuxu>and nmap says: 25/tcp filtered smtp
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13:40<zaytsev>hi folks! if anyone in Frankfurt up for keysigning on Monday evening please let me know. I contacted people from offers, but one is moving, one has moved and one is unsure. So I guess it's not up to date and it's easier to ask on the channel.
13:40<Xeross>Is there a way to rewrite the sender of a mail thats not coming from the local host, I have nullmailer forwarding mail to my main mailserver but it reports the sender as user@internalservices.XXXXXX while it should rewrite to
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13:42<PovAddict>zaytsev: maybe ask #debian-devel, if your intention is keysigning with DDs
13:42<abrotman>eh? why not ask the -de channel?
13:42<abrotman>i doubt the rest of the devs care
13:43<zaytsev>PovAddict, this is exactly my intention. Thanks. abrotman, as a -de person I was unaware of -de channel. But I gonna take your advice.
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13:43<dpkg>Deutschsprachige Hilfe bekommt ihr in (auf, oder - German speaking users please go to (on, or
13:44<zaytsev>abrotman, thanks
13:45<PovAddict>my motherboard's built-in ethernet isn't working, how do I get started debugging?
13:45<Xeross>PovAddict: Not working, that's a bit too vague
13:45<PovAddict>on Linux it takes a minute for ifup to return, and then I can't even ping the gateway
13:46<Xeross>PovAddict: ah there we go :)
13:46<abrotman>PovAddict: lspci -nn .. what is the device?
13:46<PovAddict>on Windows it detects ethernet cable being plugged or unplugged, but doesn't manage to do anything else (like get an address via DHCP)
13:47<PovAddict>dmesg says "I/O resource nForce2_smbus [0x1c40-0x1c7f] conflicts with ACPI region SM00 [0x1c40-0x1c45]" I'm not sure if this is related or not
13:48<PovAddict>abrotman: lspci says: Bridge [0680]: nVidia Corporation MCP55 Ethernet [10de:0373] (rev a3)
13:48<PovAddict>(there are two Ethernet ports)
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13:49<PovAddict>kernel 2.6.32-5-amd64
13:50<jordanm>,pciid 10de:0373
13:50<judd>[10de:0373] is 'MCP55 Ethernet' from 'nVidia Corporation' with kernel modules 'forcedeth', 'nvidiafb' in lenny. See also and the out-of-tree 'nvidia' module.
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13:50<jordanm>I really doubt an ethernet device is very useful with those drivers
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13:51<mase_>me too
13:51<PovAddict>the Windows problem could be unrelated, but if it's related, it'd be a hardware problem :(
13:51<PovAddict>or BIOS config
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13:52<mase_>PovAddict maybe there is a need of firmware in linux?
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13:53<PovAddict>would full dmesg be of any help? if so I'll sneakernet and pastebin
13:53<mase_>PovAddict youp, maybe syslog too
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13:57<PovAddict>took me a moment to properly mount the pendrive... I'm used to KDE automounting it
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13:57<PovAddict>and I have no X yet (for reasons unrelated to my lack of ethernet)
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14:00<abrotman>forcedeth is the driver IIRC
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14:01<PovAddict>hold, paste.d.n doesn't like the length of my syslog
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14:11<Mortvert>Question - If i have this Acer notebook with windows 7 can i install debian on it?
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14:12<Mortvert>Since i don't know if it'll conflict with windows
14:12<Mortvert>Or even work with the hardware
14:12<Mortvert>It's a K52F laptop
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14:14<dpkg>All there is worth knowing about Linux and laptops can be found at and . For Thinkpads, ask me about <thinkpad>. Also ask me about <acpi>, <laptop mode>, <netbook>, <pcmcia>, <suspend>. . See also the debian-laptop mailing list:
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14:16<stygian>you could try pxe boot from kernel dot org... usually offers up a debian live image
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14:17<Mortvert> says nothing bout my notebook model
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14:21<mase_>Mortvert just try it ;)
14:21<Mortvert>i need to download image first
14:21<stygian>Mortvert: check out ... you could try that pretty easily
14:21<PovAddict>and when you try it, add info to yourself
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14:22<amphi>g'day PovAddict
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14:23<PovAddict>could be better
14:24<amphi>à bas nvidia! ;)
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14:25<PovAddict>yeah, and I didn't start fighting with the new nvidia GPU yet
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14:33<Mortvert>should i get stable build?
14:33<stygian>mortvert: if you have to ask, then yes
14:34<PovAddict>great answer
14:34<Mortvert>wich architecture?
14:34<stygian>mortvert: acer ?
14:34<Mortvert>wich architecture?
14:35<stygian>prob i386
14:35<Mortvert>intel p6000
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14:35<stygian>i been on old arch too long (ath64)
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14:36<PovAddict>I upgraded my athlon64 to phenom
14:36<stygian>single core, but works for me... phenom would be nice. 4 or 6 core
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14:37<stygian>real nice
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14:37<stygian>povaddict: i looked at your syslog. hope you don't mind... prob is with eth's?
14:39<PovAddict>my /etc/network/interfaces referred to eth0 (from when I had another mobo), but this mobo shows up as eth1/eth2, so I changed it to that, and still no workie
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14:40<bgat>I'm trying to use systemtap on a machine running linux-image-2.6.32-5-686, but I notice there is no "-dbg" package for that. Should I build my own, or what?
14:41<stygian>i see entries for forcedeth: [ 1.276829] forcedeth 0000:00:08.0: ifname eth0
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14:42<stygian>and another at: forcedeth 0000:00:09.0: ifname eth1, PHY OUI 0x5043
14:42<PovAddict>"udev[528]: renamed network interface eth0 to eth2"
14:42<stygian>so maybe eth0 is valid afterall? but perhaps other problem like driver mod
14:43<stygian>oh, ok
14:43<stygian>is onboard or card?
14:43<PovAddict>onboard nForce on ASUS mobo
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14:44<stygian>hmmm, module loaded?
14:45<stygian>or built-in with kernel?
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14:45<PovAddict>I have the default kernel from debian squeeze
14:46<stygian>ok, i say reassign eth0 to eth2
14:46<stygian>say -> see
14:47<stygian>looks like could be another mod might be getting in the way
14:47<stygian>look at lines 780 to 782
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14:49<stygian>my gut reaction is pcskr mod or i2c mod, because are last to load before err msgs
14:49<PovAddict>yeah, that conflict looked suspicious
14:49<stygian>pcskr -> pcspkr
14:49<stygian>you could try blacklisting them one at a time and see how it goes on reboot
14:51<PovAddict>how do I blacklist a driver? I remember doing it before but 'twas long ago
14:51<stygian>had similar problem with onboard sound here
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14:51<cahoot>...and reconfig the kernel
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14:52<cahoot>to update the initramfs
14:52<stygian>no need to reconfig kernel until problem is confirmed
14:52<stygian>say oh, sorry
14:52<stygian>thought you meant recompile
14:52<PovAddict>you mean dpkg-reconfigure?
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14:53<PovAddict>ok, I blacklisted pcspkr, now initramfs'ing
14:54<PovAddict>and rebooting
14:56<stygian>if that one doesn't work, try again... but is probably a driver for something in the nForce chipset so that is a good place to start from
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14:57<stygian>something getting loaded ahead of the ethernet driver
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14:59<PovAddict>it's taking long in "Configuring network interfaces..." so I suspect that didn't work
14:59<PovAddict>is it actually safe to blacklist i2c?
14:59<PovAddict>still waiting for "Starting MTA" step to realize it has no network
14:59<PovAddict>logged in, definitely network not working
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15:02<stygian>hold up
15:02<stygian>i'm checking for similar probs on line
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15:02<stygian>which chipset is it? 750?
15:02<PovAddict755>hm, why did I get kicked? if I pasted something long, I didn't even notice
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15:03<PovAddict>irc2go isn't liking me either
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15:04<stygian>povaddict: i'm looking for on google for problems similar to yours
15:04<PovAddict>stygian: I see "MCP55" in lspci, not sure if that's the chipset number you need
15:05<stygian>is should be the nvidia number
15:05<stygian>like 750i or 430i
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15:05<PovAddict>"nVidia Corporation MCP55"
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15:05<PovAddict>I found but that modprobe didn't help either
15:06<stygian>hmmm... what exactly did u try?
15:06<PovAddict>ifdown, rmmod, modprobe, ifup; with the params given in that page
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15:08<stygian>ok, but i'm thinking another mod is vie'ing for the same pci resources as the eth driver, and to find it is matter of getting it out of the way
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15:09<stygian>so reloading eth mod won't prob help until the resource conflict is discovered and cleared
15:09<PovAddict>so what was the other module you said it could be? i2c?
15:10<stygian>well, i was only guessing...
15:10<PovAddict>I see i2c_core and i2c_nforce2 loaded
15:10<stygian>that is why i am looking on line for similar probs
15:10<stygian>to see if some else no the conflicting mod
15:10<PovAddict>well, I don't rule out hardware problems
15:10<stygian>no -> know
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15:11<stygian>well, this is offten problem with these onboard all in one chips
15:11<PovAddict>I'll ask the guy who built the machine if he actually tested ethernet... I think he downloaded Windoze drivers and stuff via a wireless card
15:12<stygian>conflicts so getting the drivers to play nice with one another is a trick i have found
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15:16<stygian>pov: what is mobo numbers, it'll help me search for answer
15:16<PovAddict>I thought I had got it to work, but I mistyped the IP in ping command, I was pinging myself, not the gateway >_<
15:16<PovAddict>ASUS M2N-SLI DeLuxe
15:17<stygian>ok, that should help... give me a few to look about
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15:18<PovAddict>I'll shutdown and see if the mobo still has all its magic smoke containers sealed
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15:26<stygian>povaddict: ok, not looking good. mcp55 seems to be buggy as hell on these boards.
15:27<PovAddict>I feel ripped off
15:27<stygian>so far, every forum i've looked at shows same problems as you have... workaround seems to be add a card...
15:27<stygian>i'd feel same way
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15:29<stygian>pov: i won't give up yet... most of these forums i've looked at are 2 yrs old...
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15:29<stygian>but i need a smoke
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15:38<PovAddict>I say I feel ripped off because I was also told I paid too much for the CPU
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15:41<stygian>pov: one thing that reportedly works for this mobo is to disable the second eth port in bios
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15:42<PovAddict>it's currently disabled
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15:44<stygian>in bios you mean, right?
15:44<PovAddict>now I only have an eth2
15:45<stygian>i'm guessing you've tried switching the cable from one port to the other
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15:46<PovAddict>I tried both ports, and I tried another ethernet cable too
15:46<stygian>not sure why udev is changing it from eth0 to eth2
15:47<stygian>it is udev changing it?
15:47<diederik>PoVAddict: looking in /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules
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15:47<diederik>s/looking/look in/
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15:49<PovAddict>I see a 8139too entry with eth0 (IIRC that's the network device on my old mobo), two entries for forcedeth with eth1 and eth2, and one entry for rtl8187 with name wlan0, probably the wireless card he connected temporarily to download stuff
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15:50<PovAddict>can I delete that whole file and let it get auto-rewritten sanely?
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15:50<diederik>I believe so, but wait till someone confirms it, I'm not 100% sure
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15:52<marcosroriz>hi guys
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15:53<marcosroriz>guys I'm helping out uploading screenshots for debian and debian-derivated (Ubuntu/DL/Etc) but there are some questions in my mind here...
15:53<marcosroriz>is there any guideline for uploading a screenshot of a cli app?
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15:55<AntonioBlob>hi which file store environment variable?
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16:04<diederik>AntonioBlob: in /etc/default/profile you can set global environment variables (I think)
16:04<diederik>otherwise probably in ~/.bashrc
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16:06<AntonioBlob>it is /etc/profile, for all susers, but it doesn't work
16:06<AntonioBlob>i will try in .bachrc
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16:09<diederik>you're right, it's /etc/profile. you probably need to restart some service in order to let it read. I rebooted.
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16:10<stygian>if you make changes to either /etc/profile or ~/.bashrc, changes will be seen after next login
16:10<stygian>logout and log back in
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16:11<diederik>stygian: thanks, didn't know that. Much simpler/faster :)
16:11<AntonioBlob>in .bashrc works
16:11<stygian>diederik: no probs... no one knows it all... at least i don't
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16:17<hodger>anyone know of a good guide on how to get started running wine on debian?
16:17<Torsten_W>install it
16:17<Torsten_W>start your win app
16:17<Torsten_W>where is your problem?
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16:20<stygian>torsten_w: is it that basic?.. never needed it, so i never tried it.
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16:21<PovAddict>wine myapp.exe
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16:22<Torsten_W>PovAddict, better wine /path/to/myapp.exe ;)
16:22<stygian>damn... so easy... if ever i need it
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16:23<stygian>PovAddict: i may have found a fix
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16:25<stygian>PovAddict: check
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16:26<stygian>look for post by Sasha_A
16:26<hodger>well, i need to install an application AFAIK
16:26<hodger>it'd be nice to know how to load a GUI
16:27<Torsten_W>wine has no gui
16:27<hodger>and use some sort of persistent filesystem for it
16:27<Torsten_W>if you need one, buy crossover office
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16:27<hodger>i saw a GUI in an older version i ran a few years ago
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16:27<Torsten_W>winecfg starts a gui
16:28<Torsten_W>but it's only for tweaking wine
16:28<hodger>so how do i install something from CD?
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16:29<Torsten_W>hodger, mount it, cd to it, wine setup.exe
16:29<Torsten_W>or however the setup is named
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16:30<Torsten_W>and btw, this is the debian support channel, not the wine channel
16:30<hodger>nobody's home ther
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16:30<Torsten_W>it's on freenode
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16:30<PovAddict>"I tried to buy a Renault in a Renault shop, but there were no salesmen available, so I came into this Ford shop. Why won't you sell me a Renault?!"
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16:30<hodger>ah, of course
16:31<Torsten_W>and 128 user
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16:31<stygian>are renault's still around?
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16:38<PovAddict>so is it safe to delete 70-persistent-net.rules or not?
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16:39<stygian>povaddict: have checked out the link i posted to you?
16:40<stygian>i wouldn't delete it unless you're sure it's the problem
16:40<PovAddict>I tried the conneg stuff in
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16:41<stygian>that stuff from the post by Sash_A didn't work? with a reboot?
16:41<PovAddict>turning conneg off and setting it to 10mbit; in the post says that makes link go up, but here doesn't work
16:41<stygian>look at last post by Sash_A on that page
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16:42<stygian>it's about the eth not powering up after reboot
16:42<stygian>eth -> nic
16:42<PovAddict>I tried putting the stuff from sasha's post in a file in rules.d, reboot now in progress
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16:43<PovAddict>well well
16:43<PovAddict>scripts in rc2.d took 4 seconds to run instead of 80
16:43<PovAddict>this looks promising
16:44<PovAddict>or not...
16:45<stygian>the options should go in a file under /etc/modprobe.d
16:45<PovAddict>I deleted the persistent rules, that made the network interface get named eth0 instead of eth2, and my network/interfaces said eth2, so it failed faster
16:46<stygian>ok, forget about udev for a moment
16:46<PovAddict>stygian: oh, I put it in udev
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16:47<stygian>you want "alias eth0 forcedeth
16:47<stygian>options forcedeth optimization_mode=2 msi=1 dma_64bit=1 phy_power_down=0" in a file in /etc/modprobe.d/
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16:47<PovAddict>well having it called eth0 instead of eth2 is nice anyway... rebooting again with options in right directory
16:47<stygian>fingers crossed.
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16:48<PovAddict>"/dev/sdb1 has been mounted 28 times without being checked, check forced"
16:49<PovAddict>fsck you, fsck...
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16:50<zaytsev>PovAddict, use xfs. fsck gonna be fast.
16:50<PovAddict>this will take a while
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16:51<PovAddict>I can make a fast fsck too; fprintf("your filesystem is irrecoverably corrupted, sorry"); exit(1);
16:51<PovAddict>er, fprintf(stderr, "...
16:51<zaytsev>xfs is not THAT fast
16:51<zaytsev>but it's pretty damn fast
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16:52<PovAddict>I think 1TB disks with tons of files will take long to fsck no matter what
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16:52<zaytsev>PovAddict, I have 2Tb RAID on xfs. It IS fast, believe me.
16:53<zaytsev>In fact I didn't believe anyone until I tried.
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16:55<PovAddict>fast fsck isn't the first thing I'd look for in a filesystem anyway
16:55<zaytsev>PovAddict, it's fast in general. Not only with fsck. And unlike extX it does actually scale.
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17:03<stygian>still fsck'ing? glad I keep / small
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17:10<PovAddict>"configuring network interfaces" took long enough to make me think it didn't work
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17:12<stygian>have you checked ifconfig?
17:12<diederik>PovAddict: you have eth2 in your /etc/network/interfaces file?
17:12<stygian>diederik: good point
17:13<PovAddict>now I have eth0 everywhere
17:13<PovAddict>ifconfig shows eth0 as up and running
17:13<stygian>#/sbin/ifconfig eth0 up
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17:14<stygian>have you tried to connect to a server or ping
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17:14<diederik>with eth0 in your interfaces file, it still takes a long time?
17:14<PovAddict>I tried pinging the router directly (to which it's directly connected), and it doesn't respond
17:15<diederik>it = configuring network interfaces
17:15<stygian>have you tried something like a web address instead
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17:16<diederik>what IP address does ifconfig report?
17:16<PovAddict>pinging an internet IP says "destination host unreachable"
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17:16<stygian>ahh... damn
17:16<PovAddict>well /etc/network/interfaces sets a static IP
17:17<PovAddict>so ifconfig shows my machine as, but that doesn't imply anything is working
17:17<stygian>ok, so you aren't connecting to the router with dhcp?
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17:18<PovAddict>not right now, no
17:19<diederik>what's the ip of the router?
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17:19<PovAddict>and I can ping it from this machine (which is connected to the router over wi-fi)
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17:20<diederik>where (in what file) is the default gateway stored?
17:21<diederik>(that's a question, I don't know it)
17:21<abrotman>normally it' sin the interfaces file or given via dhcp
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17:22<PovAddict>my /etc/network/interfaces contains iface eth0 inet static, address, netmask, gateway
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17:22<PovAddict>imagine newlines instead of commas
17:22<diederik>ok. so that looks ok as well (and thanks abrotman)
17:22<abrotman>PovAddict: what's the problem?
17:23<stygian>pov: as long as you are sure that the router is set up to allocate that address to your mac then it's ok
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17:24<PovAddict>I don't know if you saw me mention it, but on Windows+DHCP it's not working either; that could very well be a totally unrelated driver problem, but it does point at a possible bios config or hardware problem
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17:26<diederik>PovAddict: do you have MAC filtering enabled in your router? (like stygian said)
17:27<stygian>be back in a few
17:27<PovAddict>oh dear god, I think I do... if that's the problem I'll have to repeatedly smash my head against something
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17:27<abrotman>hopefully the router
17:27<diederik>better check first before you do ;)
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17:31<stygian>well no need for head smashin if the problem get solved
17:31<PovAddict>I think my wi-fi dropped here
17:32<stygian>i set my wifi router up so it can only be config'd from hard link
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17:34<PovAddict>that was it! >_<
17:34<stygian>so it's fixed?
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17:37<PovAddict>yes, I just added the MAC address of the network card to the router config and off it goes
17:37<PovAddict>now someone has to scoop the bits of my exploded head from the floor
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17:38<PovAddict>before that I guess I have to pay you guys for the support time
17:38<stygian>damn, no need for that... been there myself... just glad your up'n'runnin
17:39<PovAddict>now to get my three weeks worth of debian testing updates
17:39<PovAddict>and fight the GPU
17:40<stygian>which gpu?
17:40<PovAddict>I had an nvidia before
17:40<stygian>have you tried using dkms
17:40<PovAddict>maybe the problem with X is simply that it's currently configured to use the onboard ATI, and I don't *have* an onboard ATI anymore, so it's a single-line change
17:40<PovAddict>I didn't even start looking
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17:42<PovAddict>hm, lspci doesn't name my GPU
17:42<stygian>you'll need to weak the bios settings to get the card to work
17:42<stygian>weak -> tweak
17:43<PovAddict>168 packages to update, 713 new
17:43<PovAddict>I guess I won't curiously see what the new packages are about this time
17:43<stygian>i have onboard unichrome, but using nvidia geforce 6200
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17:44<PovAddict>nice, there's an udev update fixing the acl.rules warning I got on boot
17:44<PovAddict>(bug 600446)
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17:48<PovAddict>stygian: GPU is a 430GT
17:49<stygian>PovAddict: did you make any bios adjustments yet to enable it?
17:50<jldesign>where i can found drivers for dell power Edge T610
17:50<PovAddict>I didn't touch the bios wrt the GPU
17:51<diederik>you need that driver, the drivers in the debian archives don't support the 400 series (yet)
17:51<stygian>i noticed you have phoenix bios (i have ami here), but it won't be enabled by default, but you should need to enable it in the setup.
17:52<PovAddict>what driver will get X to start at all? vesa?
17:52<diederik>vesa should always work
17:52<marcosroriz>anyone here knows if chrisreich is the guys responsible for debian screenshots?
17:53<diederik>I also have a GT 430
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17:53<PovAddict>I got GUI in vesa, but it's not the correct resolution (I have a widescreen monitor)
17:53<diederik>haven't figured out how to get vdpau working, but otherwise it's working fine over here
17:54<chrisreich>This chrisreich is not involved in screenshots.
17:54<diederik>download the driver (.run file) and place it in /root/ and make it executable.
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17:55<diederik>have an xorg.conf specifying 'Driver "nvidia"'
17:55<diederik>(in Section "Device")
17:55<diederik>reboot into single user mode and run the installer.
17:56<diederik>Make sure you have gcc-4.3 installed and before running the installer type "export CC=/usr/bin/gcc-4.4"
17:56<diederik>that's at least what I did
17:56<marcosroriz>chrisreich, :3 sorry
17:56<marcosroriz>and christoph ?
17:57<stygian>the driver that debian supplies in the nvidia kernel works good here... then if you use nvidia-kernel-dkms, it will update it for any kernel you install through apt or dpkg
17:57<diederik>stygian: that method works great ... for older cards
17:58<stygian>not for newer ones? ok, i'll have to keep that in mind when i build my next system
17:58<diederik>not the 400 series from nvidia, you need 260.19.x for that
17:58<PovAddict>stygian: it's simply the good old problem of debian packages not having the latest upstream version
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17:59<diederik>well, that driver was only release on nov 11 ...
17:59<edbian>When I drag a window around my screen it's a little laggy. I'm using compiz, where should I look in compiz-config-settings-manager to increase performance for this? (Other plugins, like viewport switcher and expo work flawlessly)
17:59<stygian>oh, you guys must be using stable or testing... i'm using unstable/experimental
17:59<diederik>I'm using unstable/experimental as well
17:59<PovAddict>I use tum, so I'd have no problem getting a newer driver from unstable if it's actually there
18:00<diederik>the nvidia driver from experimental (258.x iirc) is 'too old' for your card as well
18:02<stygian>ahhh, yes 258 is newest in apt...
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18:02<stygian>ok... good to know
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18:03<stygian>i'm dreaming of a asus mobo with i7 quad and dual nvidia 460's
18:05<PovAddict>I have an AMD Phenom quad now
18:05<PovAddict>had an Athlon dual
18:05<stygian>man, i am so far behind the times... i'd cry if i had any feelings left
18:07<stygian>i think i eked out every bit of performance i can get outta this box without overclocking
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18:08<PovAddict>I was told this new Phenom I got is actually old
18:09<dvs>there is a Phemon II
18:09<PovAddict>and that with the price I got I was ripped off
18:09<stygian>i wouldn't worry bout it...
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18:09<PovAddict>I say "meh"
18:09<PovAddict>also that the GPU is also pretty old, to which I give an even bigger "meh"
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18:10<PovAddict>my main use for a fast GPU is a composited desktop
18:10<stygian>ahhh, i tweak my system just to get blender running smooth
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18:11<PovAddict>I'll have to get used to typing make -j5 instead of -j3
18:12<diederik>dunno what caused them to say the GT 430 is old ... it's not
18:13<diederik>it is the 'slowest' of the 400 series, but not old
18:13<PovAddict>well I think that was what he said actually
18:13<PovAddict>but "if you're going to upgrade, you might as well go all the way" doesn't work here, I don't *need* that much GPU performance
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18:14<PovAddict>8600 -> 430 was a nice upgrade, I don't care if I could have got something even better
18:15<diederik>the others from the 400 series are primarily usefull for high quality gaming at high quality settings
18:16<diederik>and high resolutions
18:16<PovAddict>the kind of games I play probably survive with software rendering with today's CPUs
18:16<stygian>later, gotta go
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18:16<PovAddict>and the kind of CAD I do is limited to a few hundred faces...
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19:10<SpringWan>can I install a similar ntfs-config in debian like in ubuntu 10.10?
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19:14<ifvoid>SpringWan: uhm, wtf?
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19:15<SpringWan>I am a newbie, what is wtf?
19:16<PovAddict>'wtf' is 'what the f***'
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19:17<PovAddict>ok, the vesa driver does work, but I get to choose between 640x480 or 800x600
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19:18<abrotman>SpringWan: do NOT ping the entire channel, thank you
19:18<PovAddict>did he send a ctcp ping?
19:19<SpringWan>when i plug a usd stick to my computer with debian 5.0, system inform me that cannot mount volume. how can i fix this?
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19:20<jhutchins>Do yo have any of the ntfs modules installed?
19:20<dpkg>[ntfs] Windows NT File System. There are 3 drivers in Debian: the read-only Linux kernel driver and <FUSE> drivers providing write support. For information about the former, ask me about <ntfsro>. For information about read/write access, ask me about <ntfsrw>. See also <ntfsclone>, <ntfsck>, <label>. FAQ: . #ntfs on
19:21<jhutchins>SpringWan: What filesystem is on the stick?
19:21<jhutchins>SpringWan: fdisk -l should tell you if you don't know.
19:21*PovAddict has never seen a USB stick with ntfs
19:21<jhutchins>So you'll need to add ntfs support.
19:21<Silicium01>Guys, do you know if switchable graphics work in Devian ok?
19:22<Silicium01>I'm looking at a Thinkpad t400 with ATI Radeon HD3470
19:22<jhutchins>PovAddict: Simple to do, just like an ext3 usb stick.
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19:22<SpringWan>I installed the ntfs-3g module.
19:22<jhutchins>!tell Silicium01 about radeon
19:22<PovAddict>jhutchins: simple != often seen in the wild ;)
19:22<bremner>Silicium01: should be no different than any other linux. The people on the linux-thinkpad list are probably the ones to ask.
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19:23<dpkg>If you want read/write access to NTFS filesystems, ask me about <ntfs-3g> or use ntfsmount from the ntfsprogs package (see also Debian bug #508982). See also <user accessible ntfs>.
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19:23<dpkg>[ntfs-3g] a user-space NTFS driver with write support and good performance, packaged for Debian. Usage examples: . Ask me about <user accessible ntfs>.
19:24<abrotman>you can msg the bot
19:24<not_david>SpringWan: please use ' /msg dpkg '
19:24<ml||>was about to say ;)
19:24*abrotman wonders if we could patch dpkg to msg someone when they call the bot twice in the channel
19:24<PovAddict>depends; is dpkg written in perl?
19:25<SpringWan>!user accessbile ntfs
19:25<abrotman>SpringWan: /msg dpkg foo
19:25<abrotman>and spell it right
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19:28<peterS>PovAddict: dpkg is a blootbot, or some variation thereof, and I'm pretty sure that's in perl
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19:29<peterS>PovAddict: /msg dpkg what are you
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19:33<SpringWan>is dpkg a person or a robot?
19:33<PovAddict>!what are you
19:33<dpkg>I am an infobot. For more info see <infobot>.
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19:34<dpkg>Infobot is an IRC bot that is geared towards remembering "factoids", and repeating them back to people on request. It supports many additional features, such as google lookups, dictionary, spell checker, debian package checks, and more. See for more.
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19:35<abrotman>SpringWan: STOP IT
19:35<ml||>SpringWan: <foo> ... /msg dpkg foo
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19:41<stygian>does anyone know of a way to get status of installed packages from the command line... I'm looking for to tell whether the pkg was installed manually or not
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19:45<abrotman>SpringWan: msg the bot, not me
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19:46<abrotman>!tell stygian about installed test
19:47<stygian>thanks abrotman
19:47<SpringWan>what is the meaning of adding a "!" in front of a message?
19:48<abrotman>SpringWan: in your client type "/msg dpkg test"
19:49<abrotman>SpringWan: DO NOT MSG ME
19:49<abrotman>SpringWan: try /query dpkg test
19:49<stygian>I have read the dpkg and apt and related man pages and haven't found a way to out get whether the pkg was auto or manually installed
19:50<stygian>'out get' -> 'out put'
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19:53<stygian>are there other bots here besides dpkg?
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19:56<abrotman>yes, but they do other things
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19:58<stygian>ok, well this is real exciting and almost been helpful... bye
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20:14<PovAddict>when I enter single-user mode, it asks me for the root password, or lets me continue normally in multiuser mode
20:14<PovAddict>however I don't have a root password, I normally use 'sudo' with my user password
20:15<PovAddict>so there's nothing I can enter on that singleuser prompt that will get me a root shell
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20:15<PovAddict>what alternative do I have? can I make it ask my user password, or not ask any?
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20:16<mattcen>PovAddict: you can set a blank password for root and configure it (if this isn't already the default) to only allow login without a password on a secure terminal
20:17<PovAddict>how is "secure terminal" defined?
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20:18<mattcen>I believe you can define it yourself, but i think the default is any *local* terminal, but not a pseudo tty
20:18<mattcen>so /dev/tty* is secure, /dev/pty* isn't. i
20:18<mattcen>I'm not sure how you configure this
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20:20<mattcen>now if you just want short term root accedss, you could also pass "init=/bin/sh" to the kernel at boot, and it will auto login as root.
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20:23<PovAddict>ohh that sounds useful
20:23<PovAddict>I just used the "recovery mode" entry shown by default on grub
20:23<PovAddict>and I was asked for the root password I don't have, so...
20:23<PovAddict>I forgot the init=sh trick, thanks
20:23<mattcen>no worries
20:24<PovAddict>either way, I could do what I had to do without actual single-user mode, just making sure X was not running
20:24<PovAddict>now off for the 100th reboot of the day -.-
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20:39<abrotman>so you said
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20:40<talo>hello I'm neo
20:40<talo>in debian xat irc
20:40<cthuluh>hello. will you please join #debian-offtopic if you want to chat?
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21:48<derrick>has anyone tried including both stable/testing repositories on one iso? I would like to create no-network required iso that can install stable and testing. I tried merging the pool/dists directories, and am able to install testing without problem. When I try to preseed d-i to use the stable repository, I run into problems. Anyone have any suggestions?
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21:49<davekong>How do I figure out what configure options were used to build a binary package?
21:51<f0rk>configure as in the ./configure --prefix=/usr sort of configure?
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21:57<davekong>f0rk: yea
21:57<bremner>davekong: apt-get source package, look in package/debian/rules
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21:57<davekong>bremner: awesome, thanks
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22:03<ex0_>Hello, anybody is online? {bad english}
22:03<dpkg>If you have a question, just ask! For example: "I have a problem with ___; I'm running Debian version ___. When I try to do ___ I get the following output ___. I expected it to do ___." Don't ask if you can ask, if anyone uses it, or pick one person to ask. We're all volunteers; make it easy for us to help you. If you don't get an answer try a few hours later or on See <smart questions><errors>.
22:05<ex0_>I changed my hdd from 40gb to 80gb
22:05<ex0_>(debian lenny) ..
22:05<ex0_>I clone it ddrescue ..
22:06<ex0_>I need to know if I need to do something else for correctly "working"..
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22:11<ex0_>any idea ¿? .. I will remove the other disk (40gb) but I need to setup the grub and fstab i think
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22:13<ex0_>Anybody online .. ?
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22:15<f0rk>ex0_: yes, unfortunately I have no experience doing this. wait around, I suppose.
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22:18<ex0_>fork: ok thanks.. eemm.. you know if is possible install "docky" on debian lenny? I tried but I need some lib updated.. [bad english]
22:20<f0rk>it should be possible. what lib nees to be upgraded?
22:22<ex0_>gtk and glib ..
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22:24<ex0_>I tried to install testing repositories last year and my debian lenny crashed
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22:53<ex0_>Can I install docky 0.8 on debian lenny ¿?¿?
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23:20<ttick>#join apache2
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23:32<ttick>are there any known issues with the latest upgrade to apache2 in squeeze? I rebooted and it's no longer listening on 80 for some reason -- access.log and error.log don't report any errors.
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23:34<qq->mine apache (2.2.16-3) seems to work
23:35<qq->apt-cache policy apache2 < say installed ?
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23:38<ttick>Installed: 2.2.16-3
23:38<ttick>daemon runs. no errors announced. but port 80 never answers
23:39<ttick>doesn't seem to be anyone in #apache either.
23:39<dpkg>we are going to replace you soon, or human, or the GNU fighters
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23:39<qq->ops, hoped it say about weekend
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23:41<ttick>last line of my error.log: [notice] Apache/2.2.16 (Debian) PHP/5.3.3-2 with Suhosin-Patch configured -- resuming normal operations
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23:51*idgds kjdsksa
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23:56<ttick>okay, I suspect my problem has to do with wicd, not apache
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23:57<ttick>since I can't ping localhost
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23:59<mase>ttick is lo set up?
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