Back to Home / #debian / 2011 / 06 / Prev Day | Next Day
#debian IRC Logs for 2011-06-22

---Logopened Wed Jun 22 00:00:05 2011
00:02-!-hychen [] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
00:07-!-mordoczero [] has joined #debian
00:08-!-Obie [] has joined #debian
00:08-!-zem [] has quit [Quit: gone swimming]
00:11-!-toote [~toote@] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
00:11-!-dominick [~dominick@] has joined #debian
00:11-!-debsan [~debsan@] has joined #debian
00:13-!-hychen [] has joined #debian
00:15-!-Judas_PhD [] has quit [Quit: This is a quitting message]
00:17-!-Tekk_`` [] has left #debian [ERC Version 5.3 (IRC client for Emacs)]
00:18-!-negro-jei [~negro-jei@] has left #debian []
00:18-!-sferry [sam@2600:3c00::f03c:91ff:fe96:7b6a] has left #debian [Leaving]
00:19-!-flightplan [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
00:21<mordoczero>alguien responde algo por aqui?
00:21-!-debheathen [~cadavis@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
00:21<cthuluh>!es > mordoczero
00:21<dpkg>> mordoczero: Este canal es de soporte tecnico en Ingles para Debian. Si prefiere que el soporte sea en espanol, por favor ingrese a #debian-es con /join #debian-es tecleado en la linea de chat
00:23<mordoczero>sorry, i dont care the lenguaje
00:23<mordoczero>i need help
00:23<cthuluh>then describe your problem
00:24-!-LegolasV [] has joined #debian
00:24<mordoczero>simple: in debian squeeze amd64 mi mouse cant paste with scroll the selected
00:25-!-Yasrul [~NontonAja@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
00:25-!-soloflyer [] has joined #debian
00:26-!-alephnull [~alok@] has joined #debian
00:27-!-Obligatory [~secretive@] has joined #debian
00:27<kingsley>Is it possible to reveal the version of "zip" used to create a zip archive? If so, how?
00:28<nyov>mordoczero: does pasting work with with either shift+insert, middle mouse button, left+right mb?
00:28<Obligatory>Off topic IRC question: where's a good 'c' oriented IRC channel. I'm trying to compile something (with Debian 'gcc' of course) that used work fine in 2003, but won't in 2011...
00:29<mordoczero>i do not know
00:29<mordoczero>to day i install it
00:30<mordoczero>i try with shift+insert, middle mouse button, left+right mb? shift+insert, middle mouse button, left+right mb?
00:30<mordoczero>it works
00:30<Hydroxide>Obligatory: I have no idea whether it's good or bad, but ##c on freenode ( seems to have over 350 users and uses the ISO standard number in its home page URL, so that's a positive sign :-)
00:31<Obligatory>kingsley, 'file'.
00:31<Quite>obligatory.... strict aliasing complaints?
00:32<mordoczero>where can i modifi it?
00:32<Quite>let's start #debian-gcc
00:32<Hydroxide>Obligatory: I clicked through to their web page, and yes, it and its related channels looks like good choices
00:32<Obligatory>Quite, more of a multi-line 'char' which gets me 'error: missing terminating " character' messages.
00:32<Obligatory>Hydroxide, tnx, will go there soon!
00:32<Hydroxide>Quite: I highly doubt his issue is debian-specific, just specific to newer GCC that is more strict about adherance to standards.
00:32<Quite>i know that
00:33<Quite>i use -fno-strict-aliasing for some old code here... works, but i have to fix it in due time
00:33<Obligatory>Hydroxide, agreed that it's not debian specific, it's just this is the only IRC channel I use much.
00:34<kingsley>Obligatory: Like you, I also considered the "file" command, and I tried it. Unfortunately, "file" reports version 2.0 for an archive created by 2.3.
00:34<Quite>alright obligatory... on your problem
00:35<Quite>i suppose you always need "text" on every line in c? at least i always did that myself
00:35<Hydroxide>Obligatory: right, I was just responding to the idea to make a new channel #debian-gcc.
00:35<Quite>i mean there has to be a left and right double quote on the same line
00:36<Obligatory>kingsley, drat, that's too bad. Hmm. Here's a lead:
00:36<Quite>yes hydroxide... not necessary whatsoever
00:36<Quite>it was a kind of half-joke
00:36<kingsley>Obligatory: I seem to have answered my own question. I now see that the "zipinfo" command reveals the version(s) of zip that created an archive.
00:40<Obligatory>Quite, in '03 (and earlier) one could start a quote, and do multiline by putting a '\' at the end of every line prior to the last quote.
00:40-!-negro-jei [~negro-jei@] has joined #debian
00:40<Quite>uh huh
00:40<mordoczero>some one can tell me how can i modifi my mouse mode to paste?
00:40-!-negro-jei [~negro-jei@] has left #debian []
00:41<Quite>guess they've changed some crap then
00:41<Quite>yes, that i know of
00:41<nyov>mordoczero: what works, and what doesn't?
00:42<cthuluh>Quite: what's your code?
00:42<cthuluh>Quite: char *foo = "baz \
00:42<Quite>oh a crude image viewer.... i ported it to windows and i have worked more on it there
00:42<cthuluh>..."; works here
00:42<cthuluh>then make sure that your lines end with \
00:43-!-b0a9 [] has joined #debian
00:43<cthuluh>and not with a LF byte
00:43<cthuluh>(sed -n foo.c should help)
00:43<Quite>no, that wasn't an issue for me, cthuluh.... in my case it was the strict aliasing
00:43<cthuluh>err, sed -n l
00:43<Quite>but thanks anyway ;)
00:43<Obligatory>Anyway I should hie me to freenode's ##c, as per Hydroxide suggests.
00:44-!-piesenelagua [~piesenela@] has joined #debian
00:44-!-Obligatory [~secretive@] has left #debian [Leaving]
00:44<mordoczero>and i habe other problem
00:44<cthuluh>aww, mixed Quite and Obligatory, sorry :P
00:45<mordoczero>mi soun in a movie online is incomplete, like if the channels arent on
00:45<mordoczero>but all in alsamixer is on and lough
00:50-!-Yasrul [~NontonAja@] has joined #debian
00:52-!-piesenelagua [~piesenela@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
00:54-!-Quite [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
00:54-!-Quite [] has joined #debian
00:55-!-Quite [] has quit []
00:55-!-Quite [] has joined #debian
00:58-!-Lulzworth [] has joined #debian
00:58-!-IceGuest_77 [] has joined #debian
00:59<IceGuest_77>i need assistance
00:59<IceGuest_77>is deb compatable with MineOs
00:59-!-maum [~maum@] has joined #debian
00:59-!-Lulzworth [] has quit []
01:01-!-fladi [~fladische@2001:470:1f0b:11df:ddae:6de3:d33c:6ca6] has joined #debian
01:01<sney>IceGuest_77: what's that?
01:01<IceGuest_77>Its A linux Distro
01:02<IceGuest_77>made for Minecraft servers
01:02<IceGuest_77>do you know if its compatable
01:02<Quite>i googled...
01:02<sney>debian is a linux distro, so you're asking 2 different distros are compatible with each other?
01:02<IceGuest_77>i guess
01:02<Quite>the answer is a resounding NO!
01:03<sney>that doesn't really make any sense, IceGuest_77! either you're running debian or you're running something else
01:04<IceGuest_77>oh what about webadmin\
01:04<Quite>it sure isn't debian
01:04<Quite>it's some minimal distro for the sole purpose of running minecraft
01:05<sney>IceGuest_77: look, you can host a minecraft server on debian (I do, on my home network) with all sorts of mods and stuff if you want, including web interfaces
01:05<sney>IceGuest_77: or you can run a pre-packaged system like MineOS. you can't do both at the same time, at least not on the same computer.
01:08<sney>unless it was in virtualbox or something but that's just getting silly.
01:09-!-ichdasich [] has joined #debian
01:12-!-crowd_ [~crowd@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
01:12-!-chealer [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
01:12-!-jimbodoors [~jimbo@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
01:14-!-jeflui [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
01:14<b0a9>why is virtualbox getting silly?
01:15<IceGuest_77>Thanks Guys
01:15<nyov>it's oracle...
01:15<IceGuest_77>i Really Apprechate the help
01:15<IceGuest_77>i know i spelled it wrong
01:15-!-IceGuest_77 [] has left #debian []
01:15-!-Yukai [] has joined #debian
01:16<b0a9>stupid oracle
01:16<Quite>not virtualbox per se, but it's kind of overkill i guess
01:16<b0a9>i only ask because i run several virtual machines myself
01:17-!-byonk [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
01:17<b0a9>but thankfully i do not play minecraft :)
01:17-!-salman [~salman@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
01:17<Quite>neither do i ;)
01:17-!-byonk [] has joined #debian
01:17<Quite>i'm not much of a gamer
01:18-!-juker [~juker@] has joined #debian
01:18<Quite>the occasional launching of doom
01:19<b0a9>chess and nethack are my favorites
01:19<Quite>chess is timeless
01:20<Quite>oops... rather OT
01:20-!-juker [~juker@] has quit []
01:20-!-Se-bash [] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
01:23-!-jm_ [] has joined #debian
01:24-!-Cylent1 [~todd@] has joined #debian
01:25-!-Cylent1 [~todd@] has left #debian []
01:25-!-dominick [~dominick@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
01:31-!-mordoczero_ [] has joined #debian
01:31-!-dspace [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
01:32-!-mordoczero_ [] has left #debian []
01:35-!-drewdavis [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
01:38-!-phur [] has joined #debian
01:39-!-Jflesch_ is now known as Jflesch
01:40-!-Levenson [~alex@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
01:40-!-tzafrir_laptop [~tzafrir@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
01:40-!-alephnull [~alok@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
01:41-!-mode/#debian [+l 420] by debhelper
01:41-!-Levenson [~alex@] has joined #debian
01:44-!-sylar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
01:46-!-soloflye1 [] has joined #debian
01:46-!-fralle [] has joined #debian
01:46-!-phur [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
01:47-!-dabir [] has joined #debian
01:47<dabir>can someone help me with wireless/wifi on toshiba satellite l655 ?
01:47-!-soloflyer [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
01:48<dabir>i've no idea what to do.. fn+f8 does not do anything.. the wireless light on the front of the laptop is orange
01:49-!-sylar [] has joined #debian
01:50-!-venom00ut [] has joined #debian
01:50-!-diego [~diego@] has joined #debian
01:50-!-gnusosa_ [] has joined #debian
01:50<diego>hello, do you know any program to record audio (using my microphone) on console
01:50<diego>(no graphic mode)
01:52<dabir>is it not possible to connect with wifi on my laptop?
01:52-!-Greg [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
01:52<nevyn>diego: ecasound
01:52<diego>dabir: lspci | grep -i wireless
01:53<nevyn>diego: arecord? theres' a whole bunch
01:53<diego>nevyn: aptitude search ecasound --- nothing
01:53-!-jlewka [~amishin@] has joined #debian
01:54-!-imran-uk [] has joined #debian
01:55<nevyn>diego: apt-cache show ecasound
01:55<dabir>lspci | grep -i wireless doesn't do anything
01:55-!-w3asel [~w3asel@] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
01:56<dabir>02:00.0 Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8188CE 802.11b/g/n WiFi Adapter (rev 01)
01:56<dabir>does this help?
01:56<diego>ohh, ok , so its a realtek
01:56<nevyn>dabir: you need nonfree firmware
01:57-!-plipfr_ [] has joined #debian
01:57<diego>aptitude update && aptitude install wireless-tools ...
01:57-!-mkad [] has joined #debian
01:57-!-ao2 [~u@2001:1418:117::1] has joined #debian
01:57<diego>dabir: look that wiki page, I dont have realtek
01:57<diego>but its similar to intel chipset
01:58<diego>just get the firmware, I recommend you wicd to connect
01:58<diego>its better than network manager from gnome
01:58-!-cirzgamanti`` [] has joined #debian
01:58-!-jstein [] has joined #debian
01:58<nevyn>meh I like nm.
01:59-!-alvarezp [] has joined #debian
01:59<nevyn>I think it get's a bum rap
01:59<nevyn>much like pulseaudio get's a bad rap too.
01:59-!-davyg [] has joined #debian
01:59-!-jkf [] has joined #debian
01:59-!-jkf [] has left #debian []
01:59<dabir>RTL8188CE is not listed on that wiki? could you walk me through this..
02:00<jstein>hi i want to downgrade from testing to stable. I have changed the sources.list, but i have some packages left in installation cue from a recent safe-upgrade. How can i force aptitude to forget about packages marked to upgrade ?
02:01-!-mode/#debian [+l 432] by debhelper
02:01-!-plipfr_ [] has left #debian []
02:01-!-slsimic [] has joined #debian
02:01<nevyn>jstein: you probably need to re-install if you installed anything on testing.
02:02<nevyn>jstein: crossgrading back to stable isn't a supported path AIUI
02:03<nyov>jstein: aptitude keep-all
02:03<dabir>what firmware am i supposed to get? .. my RTL8188CE isn't listed?
02:04-!-thunderrd [~thunderrd@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
02:04<diego>dabir: it says RTL818X
02:04-!-vladuke [~vladuke@] has joined #debian
02:05<diego>mmm, lets check for 8188
02:05<Yukai>Is there any way I can make Pidgin flash in a different color when using a dark theme?
02:06<diego>dabir: sorry
02:06-!-cirzgamanti` [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:06<diego>dabir: check that one, it lists yours
02:06-!-mkad [] has quit [Quit: Wychodzi]
02:07<diego>dabir: then, when you get the firmware, I would personally remove network manager and put wicd which is a nicer script that does not depend on the graphic mode
02:07<diego>so if you break nvidia drivers for instance
02:07<diego>you will still have wifi on console
02:09<diego>jstein: use testing, much newer and better
02:10<Quite>less stable
02:10<jstein>diego: i am using testing since very early versions of debian
02:10<diego>Quite: well, I always use testing and it usually does not break, depends on what you want (guess if you have a server you wont take the risk)
02:11<Quite>yes, of course
02:11<Quite>but the current testing is still rather immature
02:11-!-reklipz [] has joined #debian
02:11<diego>jstein: I guess downgrading its not easy right
02:11<Quite>and in a great flux
02:11<jstein>at work we use stable and since last year i feel packages go to fast to testing
02:11<Quite>IMHO, that is
02:11-!-mordoczero [] has left #debian [Saliendo]
02:12<Quite>i needed an upgraded kernel and got 2.6.38 from the backports, it works swell
02:13<Quite>other than that i'm fine with the current releases of software in stable
02:13-!-blt [] has joined #debian
02:13<Quite>to each his own
02:13<jstein>package dependencies are broken once a week here and i have to wait a day or two until its fixed, and the kde and gnome stuff does a lot of strange stuff
02:13*nevyn is running 3.0-rc2 and feels out od date.
02:13<nevyn>rc3 has been out like days ;)
02:14<Quite>the kernel?
02:14-!-blt [] has left #debian []
02:14<jstein>keeping my stable running consumes my whole sparetime at the moment. so i want to switch to stable now at home too
02:14<Quite>wow.... what a scary number... 3.0 :o
02:14<nevyn>meh nothing changed.
02:14<Quite>oh, ok
02:14<nevyn>linus decided that 2.6.40 was too big and that the 2.6 had become pointless boilerplate
02:15<jstein>//stable/testing of course
02:15<Quite>i'm fine with going all stable, except for the kernel
02:15<Quite>that's just me
02:15<Quite>i'm a conservative old fart
02:16<dabir>okay. pardon me for being a newbie.. but i have gotten the firmware + wireless-tools ... what am i supposed to do now?
02:16<nevyn>and that the is a rediculsly long version number
02:16<dabir>or, how do i do this step:
02:16<dabir>The necessary kernel module should be automatically loaded. If necessary, it can be manually loaded via either:
02:16<nevyn>because that's the kernel version (38) the stable revision (3) and the distribution package version (3)
02:16-!-hever [] has joined #debian
02:16-!-thunderrd [~thunderrd@] has joined #debian
02:16-!-wrek-gar [] has joined #debian
02:17<Quite>on the numbers
02:17<wrek-gar> <- need help with step 3 (can't find directory hotplug)
02:17<nevyn>Quite: so the idea is that the kernel is 3.x.y-z where x is kernel version y is stable version and z is distribution version
02:17<cthuluh>dabir: basically, it's a matter fo doing modprobe -r <module>; modprobe module; dmesg | grep firmware
02:17<Quite>slightly messy
02:17<nevyn>Quite: less messy than the previous.
02:18<Quite>but organized
02:18<jm_>!tell wrek-gar -about ubuntu
02:18<cthuluh>wrek-gar: this is not an ubuntu support channel
02:18<Quite>in fact not messy at all
02:18<jstein>i was confident with testing for a desktop-pc until the kde4 story started. I guess kde4 was not triviel in its dependencies
02:18<Quite>compared to the old scheme
02:18<dabir>cthuluh: could you please walk me through it
02:18<cthuluh>dabir: I just did
02:18<Quite>hm... i use gnome so i can't say
02:18<cthuluh>dabir: you should know, better than I do, what is your module name
02:19<dabir>i'm not sure.. how do i find out?
02:19<nevyn>jstein: kde transitions are always exciting.
02:19<wrek-gar>is there any info on how to create an wireless access point with debian?
02:19<nevyn>(I just wish I could make veromix work again
02:20<cthuluh>dabir: lsmod | grep rtl
02:20<diego>nevyn: kde vs gnome, kde uses a lot more memory / cpu right ?
02:20<diego>(just asking, I dont really use kde, thats what I heard)
02:20<nevyn>diego: more features use more power yes
02:20<cthuluh>wrek-gar: aren't you on ubuntu?
02:20<Quite>gnome3 willl probably be as demanding
02:20<nevyn>gnome doesn't use much cpu but then it doesn't do anythign so it's hardly surprising ;)
02:20<Quite>will, even
02:20<dabir>that doesn't do anything in terminal and i am as root
02:21*Quite hates GUI bloat
02:21<nevyn>dabir: now you have the firmware have you restarted?
02:21<cthuluh>dabir: grep rt, then
02:21<nevyn>Quite: things get more complicated that's life.
02:21<Quite>oh yes... can't do much about it
02:21<nevyn>Quite: mjg has an interesting rant on what light means
02:22<Quite>well, i installed debian with console only the first times, but i miss too much
02:22<Quite>i mean no DE whatsoever
02:22<Quite>ok thx
02:22<dabir>yes i've restarted.. the light is still orange (wifi light) and fn+f8 (switch) doesn't do anything
02:22<nevyn>dabir: is the wifi enabled in the bios.
02:23<dabir>how to do so"?
02:23-!-guggl [~guggl@] has joined #debian
02:23-!-guggl [~guggl@] has left #debian []
02:23<Quite>he has some very wise points there
02:23<Quite>sooner or later you will want a file manager... etc etc
02:23<nevyn>Quite: I like mjg he's a smart guy
02:24<Quite>i'm a console guy at heart, but i like the ease of use that a file manager provides
02:24*nevyn barely ever uses a file manager.
02:24<jm_>i find mc handy in many cases
02:24<dabir>here is what lsmod | grep rt
02:24<dabir>modprobe -r <module>; modprobe module; dmesg | grep firmware
02:24<nevyn>I use device manager all the time
02:25<dabir>parport_pc 18855 0
02:25<dabir>parport 27954 3 parport_pc,ppdev,lp
02:25<Quite>i always use mc in console
02:25<Quite>not in gnome
02:25-!-reklipz [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
02:25<nevyn>so the udev/blah magic that mounts usb keys and disks and sorts out permissions etc.
02:25<Quite>i use the terminal a lot in gnome, though
02:26<Quite>but i like the possibility to watch images and videos
02:26<Quite>otherwise i would go all console
02:26-!-diego [~diego@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
02:26-!-Claudinux [~claudio@] has joined #debian
02:26<nevyn>so I use a web browser a lot but a file browser hardly at all.
02:26<Quite>web browser is a must nowadays, for good and bad
02:27<dabir>i'm not sure : how exactly to load/configure modules
02:27-!-wrek-gar [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
02:27<nevyn>and I actually like stuff like pulseaudio and network manager the capabilities they provide are really cool
02:27<Quite>i have been using windows for some time before recently starting to use linux again, that's why i got used to using a file manager
02:27<Quite>off-topic, sorry
02:28<dabir>someone please help.. i just did modprobe r8192u_usb
02:28<dabir>and it says my sytem had a kernel failure
02:28<dabir>is this something i should worry about?
02:28<dabir>FATAL: Error inserting r8192u_usb (/lib/modules/2.6.32-5-amd64/kernel/drivers/staging/rtl8192u/r8192u_usb.ko): Device or resource busy
02:29<t0aster>what should happen if I restart in the middle of upgrading packages? Synaptic will not respond and I am updating a ton of packages
02:29<dabir>please someone walk me through this. -_-
02:30-!-wrek-gar [] has joined #debian
02:30<nevyn>dabir: hrm that's not how it's supposed to happen.
02:30<nevyn>device or resource busy.
02:30<nevyn>dabir: if you run iwconfig -a
02:30<nevyn>do you have a wifi interface listed?
02:30<dabir>'No such device'
02:31-!-jaski [] has joined #debian
02:31<dabir>-a No such device
02:32<wrek-gar>does anyone have info on hostapd?
02:32-!-shiloh24 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:32-!-fladi_ [~fladische@2001:470:1f0b:11df:2185:e63:b017:cb9e] has joined #debian
02:32<nevyn>hrm just run iwconfig
02:32<dabir>lo, eth0, vboxnet0, pan 0 : no wireless extensions.
02:33<nevyn>dabir: boot and check in the bios that the wifi device is enabled.
02:33-!-ivo_ [] has joined #debian
02:34<nevyn>is the device in lsusb?
02:34-!-lbt_nur [~david@] has joined #debian
02:34<dabir>i don't know anything.. that's why i need some1 to walk me through this...
02:34<jaski>Hi, I'm running a legacy system (366 MHz Celeron). Can someone pls tell me if it can run squeeze, or is it really an 1386 in disguise?
02:34<nevyn>dabir: run lsusb and verify the device is there please
02:35-!-fladi [~fladische@2001:470:1f0b:11df:ddae:6de3:d33c:6ca6] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:35<dabir>which device?
02:35<dabir>doesn't seem to be a wireless device there
02:36<Quite>i wish it would be possible for debian to detect my mobile broadband dongle at installation
02:36<dabir>how do i go about fixing this? or enabling it or what am i supposed to do
02:37-!-thunderrd [~thunderrd@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:38-!-jstein [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
02:38<dabir>i haven't done anything to get in the way of making wireless not work
02:38<dabir>but the wifi light is still orange
02:38<Quite>should work, jaski, i doubt it's a 386 in disguise
02:39<Quite>merely a pentium with less cache
02:39-!-devil [] has joined #debian
02:39-!-S-Wo [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
02:39-!-and1bm [] has joined #debian
02:39<dabir>i'm sorry for being a newb.. all i want is to get wireless working
02:39<jaski>Quite: Fine, thanx a lot. See y'all
02:40-!-jaski [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
02:40<dabir>perhaps it already works
02:40-!-samuelsapps [~samuel@] has joined #debian
02:41-!-yanli [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
02:42-!-samuelsapps [~samuel@] has quit []
02:43-!-yanli [] has joined #debian
02:43<dabir>wicd network manager doesn't find any wireless networks.
02:43-!-wrek-gar [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
02:43<dabir>help please
02:43-!-aranax [~aranax@] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
02:44<dabir>iwconfig doesn't find any wireless extensions
02:44-!-tadej_ [] has joined #debian
02:44-!-debsan [~debsan@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
02:45-!-clock [] has joined #debian
02:45<dabir>what do i do?!?! am i in the wrong chat room?
02:45-!-tadej_ [] has left #debian []
02:46-!-stanimir [] has joined #debian
02:46-!-thunderrd [~thunderrd@] has joined #debian
02:46-!-wrek-gar [] has joined #debian
02:46-!-stanimir [] has quit []
02:47<dabir>how do i configure wicd preferences
02:47<dabir>wired interface has : eth0
02:47<dabir>wireless interface: empty
02:47<dabir>what do i put for wireless interface?
02:48<cthuluh>your wireless interca doesn't seem to be recognized, so no need to configure wicd
02:48<nevyn>dabir: did you hit the device?
02:48<nevyn>the device switch
02:48<nevyn>so the wifi switch on the laptop? (assumes laptop)
02:49-!-freex [] has joined #debian
02:49<dabir>it's an orange light. not sure if that means on, but i think it does. fn+ f8 (the switch) doesn't do anything.
02:49<nevyn>hp laptop?
02:49<dabir>toshiba satellite l655
02:49<nevyn>orange is often off and blue is on
02:50<nevyn>(what was wrong with red and green I say?
02:50<nevyn>anyway gtg.
02:50<dabir>is there
02:50<dabir>a way to turn it on in terminal?
02:50<dabir>this sucks..
02:51<dabir>i don't think anything is wrong.. it's just lack of knowing what to do
02:51<cthuluh>yup. if you want, we can go back to the begining. what is your card model?
02:51-!-bluenemo [] has joined #debian
02:51<cthuluh>on a pastebin, put the output of lspci -nn
02:51<cthuluh>(if it is an usd card, then lsusb -v)
02:52<cthuluh>usb*, damn
02:53-!-liyan [] has joined #debian
02:54-!-edog [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
02:56<cthuluh>dabir: not supported in squeeze
02:56<cthuluh>maybe if you install the squeeze-backported kernel, it could work
02:56<dabir>i have no idea-... what do i do
02:57<dabir>ah man my kernel is really bugged
02:57<dabir>i cant minumize
02:57<cthuluh>minimize what?
02:58<dabir>well it minumizes but it seems to be bugged on to the screen
02:58<dabir>so my desktop looks like a bunch of windows open
02:58-!-Slydder [] has joined #debian
02:58<dabir>which happened when i did
02:58<cthuluh>*shrug* I can't help with that
02:58<dabir>modprobe r8192u_usb
02:58<cthuluh>this is not the proper module
02:58-!-awoodland [~woodalan@2001:8b0:cafa:0:e60:76ff:fe0a:c161] has joined #debian
02:59<dabir>can i fix the damage?
02:59<dabir>or whatever i did
02:59<dabir>or should i just restart
02:59<cthuluh>well, restart, if you think you did damaged something, this seems unlikely
03:00<dabir>k . brb. bare with me please
03:00-!-Obie [] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
03:00-!-dabir [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
03:00<tensorpudding>should you ever put *-dev packages in Depends:?
03:01-!-yanli [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:01-!-zeng [~zeng@] has joined #debian
03:02<cthuluh>tensorpudding: it's rather a question for #debian-devel or #debian-mentors or somehting like that
03:02<tensorpudding>thought i was in -mentors
03:02-!-dabir [] has joined #debian
03:02<dabir>okay fixed
03:02<dabir>weird.. it actually changes the background of my desktop (which was just a plain color)
03:03<cthuluh>now, dabir , you could try installing a newer kernel if you really ant to get your wifi to work
03:03<cthuluh>!tell dabir -about backports
03:03<dabir>:( what am i supposed to do -_-
03:03-!-liverwurst [] has joined #debian
03:04<dabir>is it really necessary to do all that.. i'm complete newbie and i'm probably just missing something extremely simple
03:04-!-mdh1 [] has joined #debian
03:05-!-chitchat [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:05-!-mariusv [] has quit [Read error: No route to host]
03:07-!-melmothX [] has joined #debian
03:07-!-wrek-gar [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
03:07<dabir>pLease help. . the light is orange, the switch does not do anything, i've updated n installed wireless-tools and the firmware
03:07-!-iruletheworld [~irulethew@] has joined #debian
03:07<dabir>iwconfig shows lo, eth0, vboxnet0, and pan0 all saying no wireless extensions
03:07<cthuluh><judd> [10ec:8176] is 'RTL8188CE 802.11b/g/n WiFi Adapter' from 'Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd.' with no known kernel module in squeeze but has kernel module 'rtl8192ce' in sid. See also
03:08-!-iruletheworld [~irulethew@] has quit []
03:08<cthuluh>dabir: so, as you can see, and as I said earlier, you can't get it to work under the normal squeeze kernel
03:09<dabir>which kernel do i get?
03:09<cthuluh>dabir: if you modprobe rtl8192ce and it works, then you really lucky. but I wouldn't count on that
03:09-!-gnusosa_ [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
03:10-!-frh [] has joined #debian
03:11-!-streuner_ [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
03:11-!-ivo_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
03:11<dabir>i don't know what kernel am i supposed to get?
03:11<cthuluh>the most recent kernel available in the backports repository
03:12<cthuluh>there's documentation about how to do that online
03:12<Zaba>damn, then .39 kernel doesn't boot for me.
03:12-!-vibora [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:12<cthuluh>dabir: please read this and apply correctly what is said
03:13<cthuluh>no more hand holding until you installed 2.6.39 / whatever
03:13-!-foolano [~magnetic@] has joined #debian
03:14-!-t0aster [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
03:15-!-Slydder [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:15-!-t0aster [] has joined #debian
03:15-!-whirli [] has joined #debian
03:15<dabir>how to get the most recent kernel available in backports repository?
03:16-!-tzafrir_laptop [] has joined #debian
03:16-!-Claudinux [~claudio@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
03:18<jm_>the same way you install other packages
03:19-!-tenkainen [] has left #debian [I was raided by the FBI and all I got to keep was this lousy quit message!]
03:20<dabir>with "apt-get -t squeeze-backports install" i get "0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 15 not upgraded."
03:21-!-berto [] has joined #debian
03:21-!-Claudinux [~claudio@] has joined #debian
03:22<dabir>i've read instructions but where do i get the "package" name
03:22<dabir>so i can use "apt-get -t squeeze-backports install "package"
03:24-!-t0aster [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
03:24<dabir>i'm not sure what to do.. please send me message or something.. what command do i run to get the "most recent backports" that i need
03:25<MukeGile>apt-cache search something
03:25-!-nice [] has joined #debian
03:25<jm_>install the relevant linux-image package
03:25-!-nice [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
03:25<cthuluh>you want linux-image-2.6.38-bpo.2-686 or the -amd64 one
03:25-!-t0aster [] has joined #debian
03:26-!-babilen [] has joined #debian
03:26<jm_>dabir: and read some newbie guides (/msg dpkg newbie ; /msg dpkg grounding)
03:28-!-arand [] has joined #debian
03:29-!-dabir [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
03:29-!-Howl [] has joined #debian
03:30-!-mariusv [] has joined #debian
03:32-!-jibel [] has joined #debian
03:32-!-OkropNick [] has joined #debian
03:41-!-mode/#debian [+l 439] by debhelper
03:41-!-erufu [] has joined #debian
03:43-!-aaronyy_ [] has joined #debian
03:46-!-ompaul [~ompaul@] has joined #debian
03:48-!-aaronyy [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:48-!-swirl [] has joined #debian
03:51-!-streuner [] has joined #debian
03:51-!-tzafrir_laptop [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
03:53-!-alkmim [~alkmim@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:54-!-t0aster [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
03:54-!-cloud [~IRC@] has joined #debian
03:54-!-deux [~deux@] has joined #debian
03:57-!-aroundthfur [] has joined #debian
03:58-!-Miguel0n [] has joined #debian
03:59-!-feldmaus_ [] has joined #debian
03:59<Yukai>Why does running nautilus as superuser change my wallpaper and the color of the terminal?
04:00<cthuluh>just don't do that
04:00<Yukai>how come?
04:00<ichdasich>Yukai: because it then uses the gtk-preferences of the root-user. btw... listen to cthuluh
04:01-!-mode/#debian [+l 445] by debhelper
04:01<Osiris_X>where do I set system-wide proxy settings in debian 6.0 with gnome3
04:02<MrFrood>if you are using gnome3 it is not debian 6...
04:03-!-modeezy [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
04:03-!-Torsten_W [] has joined #debian
04:05<Yukai>ichdasich, What other method should I use then?
04:05<Osiris_X>MrFood ok - it is as close as I can get to Debian 6 but with gnome3 :D
04:06-!-edog [~edog@] has joined #debian
04:06<ichdasich>Yukai: in order to do what?
04:06<Yukai>ichdasich, edit stuff in folders that need root permission
04:07-!-maalac [~maalac@] has joined #debian
04:07-!-maalac [~maalac@] has left #debian []
04:07-!-eof [~eof@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:07<ichdasich>Yukai: i can reconmend my personal most favorit filemanager for that purpose. it is called 'vim and zsh'.
04:07-!-Miguel0n [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
04:07-!-wintellect [] has joined #debian
04:07<MrFrood>Osiris_X: better but I've still no idea, perhaps ask in #debian-next
04:08<babilen>Osiris_X: Installing gnome3 on squeeze is bound to fail. Base your gnome3 system on testing or sid and *not* on stable. That also means that you'll run into all the problems associated with testing/unstable/experimental though.
04:08-!-bekesis [~bekesis@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:09<Osiris_X>babilen, actually now that I think about my initial statement was completely wrong - my system is pinned against testing with updated packages from unstable/experimental for systemd and gnome3
04:09<Yukai>ichdasich, I'd prefer a GUI since I'm not too efficient in terminal yet
04:09-!-themill [] has joined #debian
04:09-!-MartyD [] has joined #debian
04:10*Osiris_X gets his coat and heads to #debian-next
04:10<ichdasich>Yukai: if you stick with a gui, you wont become 'efficient'.
04:12-!-engine64 [~ngine@] has joined #debian
04:13-!-arand [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:13<b0a9>i use the gui mostly to move my terminal windows around
04:15<Quite>same here, in fact
04:15-!-_Qman [] has joined #debian
04:16<Quite>and to have the opportunity to watch pr0n, of course
04:17-!-bekesis [~bekesis@] has joined #debian
04:19<amitz>b0a9: or you can use screen/tmux.
04:19<Quite>oh i used screen a lot in the past
04:19<Quite>great piece of software
04:20*MrFrood thinks gnu screen rocks but also throws in an honourable mention for dvtm
04:20-!-foolano [~magnetic@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:20<Quite>you're welcome
04:22-!-e-ndy [] has joined #debian
04:22-!-Skuzion [~Adium@] has joined #debian
04:22-!-deux [~deux@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
04:23-!-jakeb [] has joined #debian
04:23-!-devil [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:24<jakeb>hi all
04:24-!-jakeb [] has quit []
04:27-!-botus [~drivel@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
04:28-!-cloud [~IRC@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:29-!-liyan [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
04:31-!-sylar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:33-!-ngine [~ngine@] has joined #debian
04:34-!-jcwu [] has joined #debian
04:35-!-sylar [] has joined #debian
04:35-!-ngine64 [~ngine@] has joined #debian
04:35-!-engine64 [~ngine@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:36-!-s4br3 [] has joined #debian
04:36-!-Yukai [] has quit [Quit: .]
04:36-!-s4br3 [] has quit []
04:40-!-maalac [~maalac@] has joined #debian
04:40-!-maalac [~maalac@] has left #debian []
04:40-!-krayn [] has joined #debian
04:41-!-krayn1 [] has joined #debian
04:41-!-krayn [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
04:41-!-ngine [~ngine@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:42-!-Yasrul [~NontonAja@] has quit [Quit: balik dulu, kehabisan waktu.]
04:44-!-strayer [] has joined #debian
04:44-!-Miguel0n [] has joined #debian
04:45-!-Holborn [] has joined #debian
04:45-!-marco [] has joined #debian
04:45-!-imran-uk [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
04:45-!-marco [] has left #debian []
04:45-!-lanthan [~ze@] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
04:47-!-eof [~eof@] has joined #debian
04:48-!-xamanu [~felix@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
04:48-!-broucaries1 [~bastien@] has joined #debian
04:49-!-krayn [] has joined #debian
04:49-!-krayn1 [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
04:49-!-MAXmark [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
04:49-!-MAXmark [] has joined #debian
04:51-!-krayn1 [] has joined #debian
04:51-!-krayn [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
04:52-!-krayn [] has joined #debian
04:52-!-krayn1 [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
04:52-!-krayn1 [] has joined #debian
04:52-!-krayn [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
04:59-!-JohnnyRun [] has joined #debian
04:59-!-JohnnyRun [] has quit []
05:01-!-trifolio6 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:02-!-Osiris_X [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
05:02-!-tensorpudding [~tensorpud@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:02-!-zeng [~zeng@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:02-!-botus [~drivel@] has joined #debian
05:04-!-foolano [~magnetic@] has joined #debian
05:06-!-dhubounig [] has joined #debian
05:06-!-coda [] has joined #debian
05:06-!-broucaries1 [~bastien@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:07-!-coda [] has left #debian []
05:07-!-dhubounig [] has quit []
05:07-!-Redub [] has joined #debian
05:08-!-metabolic [~metabolic@] has joined #debian
05:08-!-metabolic [~metabolic@] has left #debian []
05:09-!-Redub [] has left #debian []
05:09-!-kusanagi [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
05:10-!-llutz [] has joined #debian
05:10-!-venom00ut [] has left #debian []
05:10-!-TSXE [] has joined #debian
05:14<dge`>hello. I'm looking for a solution to disable my nvidia graphic card on AsusN61Jv laptop (optimus technology), it's about battery life. i'm using Debian 6.0.1. Any ideas ?
05:16-!-toabctl [~tom@] has joined #debian
05:17-!-sylar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:18<jm_>dge: start by finding out which driver is loaded now
05:18-!-pseudonymous [] has joined #debian
05:18<pseudonymous>Is there an estimate of the security level one can expect using Debian Testing ? Or is Stable the only real way to go ? (I was considering Stable for my server, but Testing for a laptop which also needs to be buttoned down greatly)
05:19-!-awoodland [~woodalan@2001:8b0:cafa:0:e60:76ff:fe0a:c161] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:19-!-erufu [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
05:19<petemc>pseudonymous: /msg dpkg testing security
05:20<babilen>pseudonymous: No security support for testing right now (or at least the last time I checked) -- and even if there are security updates they are nowhere near the level in stable. If you care about security fixes run stable or sid.
05:20<themill>s/or sid/
05:20<babilen>granted :)
05:20-!-sylar [] has joined #debian
05:20<babilen>I was just thinking of "arrival of new packages"
05:21<jm_>dge: in general optimus is completely unsupported on Linux AFAIK
05:22-!-erufu [] has joined #debian
05:22<babilen>dge`: Can you do it in the BIOS? If you can not then I don't think your setup uses a MUX and both cards have to run even if you just use one.
05:22-!-amphi [~amphi@] has joined #debian
05:22<jm_>yes, a sad story really
05:23-!-clinton_ [~clinton@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:23<pseudonymous>The reason for the 'sid' recommendation stems from the fact that this approach to security is not unlike that of FreeBSD where a security fix is mainly addressed by upgrading to a later version of the package - I take it ?
05:23<babilen>The only "support" I know of is (be aware of bugs though!!)
05:24<babilen>pseudonymous: It was not really a recommendation to run sid per se. But your reasoning is correct.
05:25<dge`>jm_, yes, i know, i found a solution here, step3, but dont work for me -
05:26<jm_>dge`: why not?
05:26<dge`>and no way with bios :/
05:26<dge`>i'm starting on Debian&Linux, and the make command failed.
05:27<themill>pseudonymous: you won't necessarily be able to install the new version that is uploaded to sid, however. Take the recent CVEs against perl -- were they to have been released a few weeks ago when perl in sid was in the middle of a transition, you wouldn't have been able to install those uploads for a week or so.
05:27-!-cloud [~IRC@] has joined #debian
05:28<pseudonymous>themill: to some extent I was planning on adding some security via tinkering with SELinux too - but I see the problem
05:28-!-noi [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:29<babilen>pseudonymous: If you are after real security and stability there is *no* alternative to stable.
05:29<SynrG>well, technically ... you could run the system in a locked room with no network :)
05:30<jm_>perhaps try to put your error on pastebin then
05:30<Quite>yes there is, the most stable option is to not use a computer at all
05:30<pseudonymous>Yes I see that now - I'll just have to go over whether I can survive on the same base set of software for 2 years at a time (maybe I can ? ) - but yea, I've got some thinking to do
05:30<Quite>(unnecessary joke)
05:30<SynrG>pseudonymous: not necessarily. there is backports ...
05:31<SynrG>granted, that's a compromise.
05:31<Quite>i upgraded the kernel, that made my day... the rest i can live with
05:32<Quite>from the backports, of course
05:32<dba>.oO(kernels on backports.{,debian.}org are usually not well maintained, though.)
05:33<themill>dba: in what way?
05:33<Quite>well, 2.6.38 ticks like a clock here in squeeze
05:33<Quite>so far so good
05:33<dba>they're not that fast in updating, and when they do, they almost always forget some parts of
05:33<SynrG>hence, my remark about it being a compromise. the ideal is that backports get the same attention as everything else. the reality is that things lag a bit
05:33<dba>(like, -kbuild or -latest)
05:33<Quite>i'm sure they do
05:33<SynrG>what dba said
05:33<dba>(and firmware)
05:33<dba>(and firmware-nonfree)
05:33-!-whirli [] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal]
05:33<themill>dba: yeah, the kbuild bit is annoying each and every time.
05:33<dba>..and well, you get the point.
05:33<Quite>but obviously not eough to wreck the system too severely
05:34<Quite>enough, even
05:34<SynrG>depends on what you value
05:34<Quite>yes i do
05:34<dba>i'm doing my own and keeping them in sync. others might do the same.
05:34<Quite>i'm living on the edge
05:34<themill>dba: why not upload the missing bits to bpo yourself?
05:34<Quite>i just wanted the damn laptop sound chip to get recognized
05:34<pseudonymous>is there the option for a PORTS-like system ? Just for keeping a few key applications as recent as possible without dragging kernel, services and so on into bleeding edge
05:35<dba>themill: after etch; has turned into a place of lunatics. too much pain which i don't want to deal with.
05:36<themill>dba: so you do the work yourself and don't let anyone else benefit from it :(
05:36<dba>themill: my git trees and repos are public, anyone can merge/use/$whatever.
05:36-!-devil_ is now known as devil
05:36<Quite>thanks for the info
05:36<Quite>i'll watch out
05:37<Quite>the kernel is the "only" thing i have fetched from the backports
05:37<Quite>won't touch anything else
05:38<Quite>i sincerely hope that the next stable will remain as stable as squeeze, in spite of the backports lunatics
05:38<Quite>otherwise i'll look around
05:39-!-krayn1 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
05:40<Quite>i hope that the hierarchy is working, in other words
05:40-!-krayn [] has joined #debian
05:40<jm_>i found virtualbox from bpo to be very useful too
05:40<dba>(jftr: oh, i stand corrected.. it was after sarge. not etch.)
05:40-!-kusanagi [] has joined #debian
05:40-!-MukeGile [~Administr@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:41<dba>jm_: jup, however.. there, the same applies again.. virtualbox-guest-additions-iso was not backported.
05:41-!-ngine64 [~ngine@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
05:41-!-noi [] has joined #debian
05:42<dba>or in general, my point is probably, that there is not much thought spend on keeping things 'together' (which is perfectly fair enough for most people, i'm not complaining, just observing).
05:42*Quite only recently started using debian
05:42<Quite>so far it works swell
05:42-!-hever [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:42-!-kusanagi [] has quit []
05:42<Quite>i get you
05:42<themill>dba: you're giving Quite completely the wrong idea, however. Maybe you could explain more carefully what you mean.
05:42<Quite>observing is always good
05:43<Quite>i think i get it after all
05:43<dba>sorry, wasn't my intention.
05:43<Quite>i got a little scared there, though
05:44-!-gnugr [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:44<dba>Quite: everything is well, you'll be fine, don't worry.
05:44<Quite>i know i can trust you!
05:44<dba>Quite: or basically, ignore me :)
05:44<Quite>i have respect for knowledgeable people
05:46<Quite>that's why i prefer debian over ubuntu... because you know it's no idea to shell out a new release too soon
05:46<Quite>i like the "slowness"
05:46<Quite>there's no idea rather
05:47-!-user [] has joined #debian
05:47-!-user_ [] has joined #debian
05:47-!-user is now known as Guest5634
05:47-!-krayn [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
05:47-!-Guest5634 [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
05:47-!-user_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
05:47-!-krayn [] has joined #debian
05:49-!-ale [] has joined #debian
05:50-!-janos_ [~janos@] has joined #debian
05:50-!-pseudonymous [] has left #debian []
05:51-!-babilen [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
05:51-!-b0a9 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
05:54-!-trifolio6 [] has joined #debian
05:54-!-screenn [~screenn@] has joined #debian
06:02-!-broucaries [~bastien@] has joined #debian
06:02-!-Levenson [~alex@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:02-!-Consectetur [] has joined #debian
06:02-!-Levenson [~alex@] has joined #debian
06:02-!-Levenson [~alex@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:03-!-killbillkill [~bill@] has joined #debian
06:03-!-Levenson [~alex@] has joined #debian
06:03-!-Levenson [~alex@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:03-!-Levenson [~alex@] has joined #debian
06:04-!-botus [~drivel@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:04-!-hardwalker [] has quit [Quit: 暫離]
06:05-!-lelamal [~quassel@] has joined #debian
06:06-!-ale [] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
06:08-!-toto42 [] has joined #debian
06:09-!-dyek [] has joined #debian
06:10-!-babilen [] has joined #debian
06:10-!-Claudinux [~claudio@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
06:13<dyek>Hi! Has anybody tested if the 2.6.39 Linux kernel in Debian Testing, Wheezy's, Xen Dom0 support is working well enough for development workstation daily use?
06:14-!-bluenemo_ [] has joined #debian
06:14-!-mij [] has joined #debian
06:14-!-strayer [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
06:14-!-t0aster [] has joined #debian
06:14-!-liyan [~YanLi@] has joined #debian
06:15-!-mij [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:16-!-mij [] has joined #debian
06:17-!-mij [] has quit []
06:17-!-a16g [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
06:17-!-awoodland [~woodalan@2001:8b0:cafa:0:e60:76ff:fe0a:c161] has joined #debian
06:20-!-nadir [] has joined #debian
06:20-!-bluenemo [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
06:21-!-cenobyte [] has joined #debian
06:21-!-gnugr [] has joined #debian
06:21-!-cenobyte [] has quit []
06:22-!-nova [~nova@] has joined #debian
06:23-!-nova [~nova@] has left #debian []
06:24-!-Greg [~Greg@] has joined #debian
06:24-!-lecter [~toni@] has joined #debian
06:24-!-mij [] has joined #debian
06:26-!-hever [] has joined #debian
06:27-!-mij [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:29-!-eknahm [] has joined #debian
06:31-!-mode/#debian [+l 451] by debhelper
06:31-!-nova [~nova@] has joined #debian
06:32-!-nova [~nova@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:34-!-killbillkill [~bill@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
06:36-!-lewq [] has joined #debian
06:37-!-madadam1 [~maurizio@] has joined #debian
06:43-!-lecter [~toni@] has quit [Quit: Sto andando via]
06:44-!-K0JIbKA [~nikobit@] has joined #debian
06:44-!-cream [] has joined #debian
06:44-!-cream is now known as cream2
06:45<cream2>hello, is there any way i could get a list of subfolder names from a deleted folder ? like from the logs or something
06:46-!-clock [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
06:48-!-pwn [] has joined #debian
06:49-!-madadam1 [~maurizio@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
06:50-!-awoodland [~woodalan@2001:8b0:cafa:0:e60:76ff:fe0a:c161] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
06:53-!-nova [~nova@] has joined #debian
06:53-!-and1bm [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:53-!-madadam1 [~maurizio@] has joined #debian
06:54<dyek>cream2: What kind of folder was that? User data folder? Application software folder?
06:55<cream2>user data
06:55<babilen>Please: It is "directory" not "folder" :)
06:55<cream2>ohhh... yea :)
06:55-!-nova [~nova@] has left #debian []
06:56-!-subh [~subh@] has joined #debian
06:56<cream2>the deleted directory had like 100 other directories each containing selected files i can recover if i know the 100 subdirectory names
06:57-!-subh [~subh@] has quit []
06:57<dyek>cream2: If you "deleted" (Moved to Trash) it via desktop GUI, then look in the Trash directory. If you deleted it via the shell command line, tough luck -- possible, but not very likely.
06:57-!-nova [~nova@] has joined #debian
06:58-!-milkua [] has joined #debian
06:58<jm_>try ext3 undelete howto if that applies
06:58<dyek>cream2: Unless you created hard links for those files, I wonder how they can be recovered if you know just the subdirectory name.
06:58<cream2>dyek it was permanently deleted
06:59<cream2>no shell line
06:59-!-nova [~nova@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
06:59<cream2>oh, they were downloaded files
06:59<cream2>for work
06:59<cream2>but selections
07:00<mjt>so extundelete may help, if it's not too late (the more you write to that filesystem the less chances you have recovering them)
07:00<cream2>100 from like 2000 directoryes so that's why it's hard to start selecting over again
07:00-!-seeS [~csmall@2001:44b8:62:d0:8ea9:82ff:fe40:6bb2] has joined #debian
07:00<cream2>no need to recover
07:00<cream2>i can redownload
07:00<cream2>only to get a listing
07:01<dyek>cream2: Try "debugfs /dev/sd*" then "undelete, undel". I have no idea if it will work though.
07:01<cream2>i see extundelete works for ext FS mjt :| too bad it was a ntfs external
07:01<babilen>cream2: Haven't we established already that you are not running Debian?
07:02<jm_>why not ask in #freebsd?
07:02<cream2>it doesn't matter what i'm running
07:02<cream2>it's still gnome
07:02<cream2>still debian
07:02<cream2>the ubuntu
07:02-!-nardev [~nardev@] has joined #debian
07:02<grove>ubuntu is *not* debian and neither is gnome
07:02-!-milkua [] has left #debian []
07:03<babilen>cream2: Well, it matters because we do *not* support anything but Debian in here.
07:03<cream2>yes ubuntu is debian
07:03<mjt>ntfs has undelete tools too
07:03<babilen>It is not.
07:03<babilen>!tell cream2 -about based on debian
07:03<mjt>but ubuntu is not debian for sure
07:03<babilen>!tell cream2 -about ubuntu
07:03<grove>cream2: ubuntu is *based on* debian, it *is not*
07:03<cream2>based on debian is debian
07:03<themill>cream2: we've already pointed you to #ubuntu for help a number of times.
07:03<cream2>only few interface modifications
07:03<seeS>based on with more bugs!
07:03<babilen>cream2: So, I would be happy if you ask in the proper channels for *your* distribution. Please do not make it harder :)
07:04<cream2>that's true
07:04<cream2>but what do bugs have to do with distros
07:04-!-mode/#debian [+q *!*@] by ChanServ
07:04<themill>cream2: the volunteers are here to help people with debian not ubuntu. Please respect that.
07:04<grove>cream2: The differences are way more than "few interface modifications" than that
07:04<grove>s/than that//
07:04*seeS gets bug reports about the ubuntu packages that dont import the patches. i hate that
07:05-!-dpkg [] has quit [Quit: buh bye!]
07:05-!-dpkg [] has joined #debian
07:05-!-rpetre [~petre@] has joined #debian
07:07*Quite sticks with debian for now
07:07-!-nadir [] has left #debian [duh]
07:07<Quite>and probably for a foreseeable future
07:08-!-JanVB [] has joined #debian
07:08-!-q66 [~quaker66@] has joined #debian
07:08-!-slsimic [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
07:08<JanVB>is it possible to specify a wildcard of some sort, or multiple packages, in the Packages: line of /etc/apt/preferences?
07:08-!-slsimic [] has joined #debian
07:09<themill>JanVB: which version of debian is this with?
07:09-!-Rocio [~gonzalez@] has joined #debian
07:09-!-Rocio [~gonzalez@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
07:11<themill>JanVB: no. You can do that from wheezy onwards, however.
07:11<grove>JanVB: I have several 'Package: *' lines in my /etc/apt/preferences
07:11<jm_>nice, I was always wondering why that's not possible, it seems like a natural option
07:11<JanVB>so copy/paste it is?
07:11<JanVB>grove: something more granular than '*'
07:11<themill>JanVB: Pinning some of the packages individually can be enough if you then let the dependencies do the rest.
07:12<jm_>grove: * is special I think
07:12<mjt>How about Package: foo, bar, baz ?
07:12<themill>JanVB: alternatively, pin by origin or similar. (use "apt-cache policy" to see what data is available for that)
07:12<JanVB>themill: basically I want php5 from lenny because the version from squeeze breaks several things
07:12<themill>!wayttd JanVB
07:12<dpkg>What Are You Trying To Do, JanVB?
07:12<themill>!php paradox
07:12<dpkg>The PHP paradox is that the people running lenny with php 5.2 want to have php 5.3... while the people running squeeze with php 5.3 want to have php 5.2. This is actually a sad indictment of both php and the applications written in it.
07:13<themill>that one... again.
07:13<grove>jm_: Possibly, never saw a need for anything more granular, but JanVB's original question just said "a wildcard of some sort" and "*" is
07:13<JanVB>that was... not helpfull
07:13<JanVB>grove: no, it didn't
07:13-!-alkmim [~alkmim@] has joined #debian
07:13<JanVB>grove: it said "a wildcard of some sort, or multiple packages"
07:14-!-mode/#debian [-q *!*@] by ChanServ
07:14<themill>JanVB: there's a reasonable chance that pinning libapache2-mod-php5 would be sufficient. Note that this isn't a viable solution for more than the next few months...
07:14-!-slsimic [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
07:14-!-slsimic [] has joined #debian
07:14-!-clinton [] has joined #debian
07:15-!-cream2 [] has left #debian [DOUCHEBAGS ]
07:15<seeS>nice :)
07:15-!-Levenson [~alex@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
07:16<JanVB>themill: how so?
07:16-!-mode/#debian [+o themill] by ChanServ
07:16-!-mode/#debian [+b *!*@] by themill
07:16<JanVB>themill: wrt security updtes you mean?
07:16-!-mode/#debian [-o themill] by themill
07:16<themill>JanVB: yes. And php is one of the things that you really want security support for
07:17-!-Levenson [~alex@] has joined #debian
07:17<JanVB>themill: so I add the lenny security repo to my sources.list?
07:17<mjt>no, you update it to 5.3 from squeeze :)
07:18-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
07:18<JanVB>mjt: that doesn't work if the apps running on my servers break with 5.3 :S
07:18<mjt>the only real way to this is to (try to) fix the apps.
07:19<themill>JanVB: lenny security support won't last that long -- it will probably run out in ~Feb next year... hence what you are doing is not a very long term fix and isn't viable for more than the next few months
07:19<JanVB>unfortunately some/most of these are maintained by colleagues; and they/their bosses have to see the value in fixing the apps
07:19<themill>JanVB: break them, then there's value in fixing them ;)
07:20<mjt>and the reason for breaking them is security support.
07:20<themill>JanVB: or give your/their bosses a cost estimate for you doing php security support on your own for each and every CVE that rolls around.
07:21-!-mode/#debian [+l 457] by debhelper
07:21<JanVB>themill: I tried that when said colleague ignored my advice that fopen('http://...') was a bad idea in a php app
07:21<JanVB>much complaining later I simply reverted
07:21-!-madadam1 [~maurizio@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
07:22-!-ubuntu [] has joined #debian
07:22-!-ubuntu [] has quit []
07:23<themill>don't worry.... I'm fighting that same battle and losing there too. At present, the machine is sitting behind a firewall rule that doesn't allow outgoing :80 so fopen('http://...') doesn't work at all and I've not taken the trouble of telling the "developer" that there is actually an http proxy on the network just yet.
07:23-!-resi [] has joined #debian
07:24-!-ubuntu [] has joined #debian
07:24-!-ubuntu is now known as Guest5643
07:24-!-Guest5643 [] has quit []
07:24<JanVB>themill: there's a better solution to that you know
07:24-!-jmccrohan [~jmccrohan@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
07:24-!-jmccrohan [~jmccrohan@] has joined #debian
07:25<JanVB>themill: put "allow_url_fopen = Off" in your php.ini
07:25<JanVB>no need for firewall rules
07:25<themill>yeah, the firewall is there anyway. I'm going to lose this battle in the long run in any case though ;(
07:25-!-Ruusento [] has joined #debian
07:25<mjt>why fopen(http:..) a bad idea?
07:25<JanVB>just saying ;)
07:26<JanVB>mjt: do I need to draw a picture? :)
07:26<Quite>don't try this in C
07:26<mjt>well, a picture always helps in understanding :)
07:26<JanVB>mjt: broken routing/dns/other network stuff...
07:26<JanVB>mjt: guess what happens
07:27<mjt>guess i haven't seen broken routing/dns for a while
07:27<JanVB>mjt: php starts waiting for a timeout; you get shitloads of apache threads all waiting for timeouts... load goes *boom*
07:27<mjt>oh, that.
07:27<JanVB>mjt: but it doesn't even have to be broken. slow is enough
07:27<mjt>for that, you limit number of apache/php threads/requests
07:28<JanVB>basically you make your own infrastructure dependant on external infrastructure
07:28<themill>mjt: it's also often used to grab code that is then eval'd. Just like making tmp noexec or chrooting bind, it's a convenient thing to forbid for putting a small activation barrier in front of script kiddies and automatic probes of the usual swiss cheese php
07:28<JanVB>when the external infrastructure goes down, so do you. for no immediately apparent reason
07:28<themill>mjt: limiting apache only prevents your entire machine from grinding; your website is still screwed.
07:28<mjt>JanVB: that's not a reason to forbid http: open in _general_
07:28<mjt>but themill's reasoning is well enough
07:29*mjt is not a php programmer...
07:29<JanVB>mjt: I have seen this several times on my servers. it is reason enough for me
07:29<JanVB>mjt: note that this is not a php specific problem. you can do the same crap in perl too
07:30<JanVB>php just makes it easy by extending fopen
07:30<mjt>when i have to retrieve something which may be slow i explicitly limit number of concurrent "things" trying to do that and set explicit timeouts.
07:31<mjt>and never allow external data to be used as base url like that
07:31<JanVB>anyway afk, getting food
07:32<themill>mjt: now if only the developers of both core and extensions for joomla/mambo/phpbb/crapware considered such things.
07:32-!-atom [] has joined #debian
07:33<mjt>i tried several "bigger" apps here, and always ended setting up separate website and webserver for them, just in case. Not because I knew about these problems but "just in case", because I never can be sure what's inside
07:34<Quite>it's like windows
07:35<mjt>even simpler things like trac makes me nervous :)
07:35-!-resi [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
07:35-!-debsan [~debsan@] has joined #debian
07:37-!-XeonBloomfield [] has joined #debian
07:37<nardev>does anyone know how to set length of possible password when cracking with john the ripper?
07:37-!-janos_ [~janos@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
07:37<atom>anyone tell me how to manuall install firefox on squeeze
07:38<atom>i can add the ubuntu source to the list and get it but would rather have one compiled for squeeze
07:38<rpetre>any idea where i could look to tell gnome-open to send html files to the browser instead of gedit? (wheezy, if matters)
07:38<nardev>atom, just download and run it
07:38<nardev>maybe place it into /opt
07:38<atom>tried fails when i do
07:38<Ruusento>atom: download the tar.bz2 from mozilla, tar -xjf firefox*.tar.bz2, cd firefox, ./firefox
07:39<nardev>thank you maybe miss few libs
07:39-!-wifi-issues [~anonymous@] has joined #debian
07:39<atom>thats what I did, didnt make any sense to me either
07:39-!-wifi-issues [~anonymous@] has quit []
07:39<Ruusento>atom: I've downloaded this morning the nightly build on squeeze, and worked just out of the archive.
07:40<atom>will try again, damn 6.01 already had to revert to gdm hate gdm3
07:41<nardev>atom :) it's always up to user :)
07:42<atom>The following packages have unmet dependencies:
07:42<atom> libstdc++6-4.4-dbg : Conflicts: libstdc++6-4.3-dbg but 4.3.5-4 is to be installed
07:42<atom> libstdc++6-4.4-doc : Conflicts: libstdc++6-4.3-doc but 4.3.5-4 is to be installed
07:42<atom>E: Broken packages
07:42-!-atom was kicked from #debian by debhelper [use or /msg dpkg paste]
07:42<rpetre>nevermind, i saw #500372
07:46-!-meise [] has joined #debian
07:48-!-Texou [] has joined #debian
07:50-!-alephnull [~alok@] has joined #debian
07:52-!-riley [] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
07:53-!-jj [~jj@] has joined #debian
07:53-!-eknahm [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
07:53-!-liyan [~YanLi@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
07:53<jj>tell jj about adobe flash
07:54<jj>dpkg tell jj about adobe flash
07:54<SynrG>!tell jj about self tell
07:54-!-jon_ [~jon@] has joined #debian
07:54-!-jon_ [~jon@] has left #debian []
07:54<jj>ok SynrG tnx wont do again
07:57-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
07:58-!-chitchat [] has joined #debian
07:58-!-Caroll [~caroll@] has joined #debian
08:01<jj>ive added deb sources to /etc/apt/sources.list using nano and when i click save it says file dont exist ? ne ideas?
08:04-!-Kristi [~Vamp@] has joined #debian
08:04-!-Kristi [~Vamp@] has left #debian []
08:05<nardev>is it possible to force john the ripper to try to guess all hashes at once?
08:05-!-magyar [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
08:05-!-s4br3 [] has joined #debian
08:06-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
08:08-!-tic^ [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
08:09-!-madtel [] has joined #debian
08:09-!-stderr_dk [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
08:12-!-Levenson [~alex@] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
08:13-!-alkmim_ [~alkmim@] has joined #debian
08:13-!-jespada [~jespada@] has joined #debian
08:14-!-Ruusento is now known as away_Ruusento
08:14-!-thuldin [] has joined #debian
08:14-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
08:14-!-RobinJ [~Robin@] has joined #debian
08:16-!-XeonBloomfield [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
08:17-!-Miguel0n [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
08:17-!-zeng [~zeng@] has joined #debian
08:18-!-erufu [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
08:20-!-mdh1 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
08:20-!-AbsintheSyringe [~havoc@] has joined #debian
08:20<SynrG>jj: nano? click? save?
08:20-!-fosser_josh [~prathames@] has joined #debian
08:21-!-erufu [] has joined #debian
08:21<SynrG>i'm confused about what you're doing ... nano is a terminal-based text editor. there is no "click" and no "save"
08:21<robinetd>ctrl-x saves and exits in nano
08:21-!-alkmim [~alkmim@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
08:21-!-phdeswer [] has joined #debian
08:22<SynrG>right. but "click save" makes no sense
08:22-!-alkmim_ [~alkmim@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
08:22<robinetd>Indeed. Unless perhaps he has some unknown nano GUI. :D
08:22-!-eknahm [~eknahm@] has joined #debian
08:23<nardev>is there a way to find out what what hash algorithm was used to produce this hash c1d223da110fedb388f50ed753a06475
08:23-!-JohnnyRun [] has joined #debian
08:23-!-JohnnyRun [] has quit []
08:23<fosser_josh>while installing synaptic or updating synaptic using reload button i got this error "Method has died unexpectedly!Sub-process returned an error code (100)Method /usr/lib/apt/methods/ did not start correctlyMethod has died unexpectedly!Sub-process returned an error code (100)Method /usr/lib/apt/methods/ did not start correctly"
08:23-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
08:24<jj>ive sorted it thanks SynrG i have to go to the directory rather than just nano /etc/apt/asources.list i went to directoy then just use nano sources.list and it worked
08:24<robinetd>nardev: looks like an md5sum to me, but I could be wrong.
08:24-!-ubuntu__ [] has joined #debian
08:24<SynrG>jj: that also makes no sense.
08:24<jj><not awake yet lol
08:24<jj>i had to go to the apt directory
08:24<SynrG>sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list
08:25<SynrG>this works fine
08:25<jj>it would for me
08:25<jj>would not*
08:25<nardev>robinetd, to me too but it seems that john the ripper can't guess it if i set that one
08:25<SynrG>i have to assume some sort of user error here ...
08:26<SynrG>it's possible to screw up the filename when saving. it will say:
08:26<SynrG>File Name to Write: /etc/apt/sources.list
08:26<SynrG>if you don't just press enter here ...
08:27<mjt>somehow many people don't understand concept of current directory, thinking that "cd" is magical.
08:27-!-ubuntu__ [] has quit []
08:27<jj>yeh when i pressed enter it was aying the file didnt exist
08:27<SynrG>is the problem reproducible?
08:27<jj>cd is not magical lol
08:27<jj>yes SynrG
08:28<SynrG>and it says the file path exactly as i indicated above
08:28-!-seeS [~csmall@2001:44b8:62:d0:8ea9:82ff:fe40:6bb2] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
08:28-!-XeonBloomfield [] has joined #debian
08:28<jj>ok it fixed now i think it was cuz there was 2 files under same name
08:28-!-swirl [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
08:28<jj>i rm -rvf one of them :)
08:29<SynrG>you're recursively removing individual files? that's risky behaviour
08:29<SynrG>if you habitually add 'r' to every removal even when not needed, one day it will bite you in the ass
08:29-!-jcwu [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
08:30<petemc>the f isnt needed either
08:30<mjt>two files under the same name and one don't exist? that's interesting...
08:30-!-grummund [] has joined #debian
08:31<SynrG>my guess is the accidental addition of a blank before pressing enter
08:31<jj>i want do that again
08:31<SynrG>finger fumble
08:31<SynrG>now if you removed the wrong one and 'apt-get update' it will fail
08:31-!-Ruba [] has joined #debian
08:31<jj>it passed
08:31-!-Ruba [] has left #debian []
08:32<SynrG>-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 466 Jun 22 09:26 /etc/apt/sources.list
08:32<SynrG>-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 466 Jun 22 09:31 /etc/apt/sources.list
08:32-!-ant777 [] has joined #debian
08:32<SynrG>the second file is one i just saved with a blank appended to the end. but in that case, nano warns you that you're saving to a different name
08:32-!-Halidith [] has joined #debian
08:33<jj>so thats why i cudnt save it
08:33-!-julien__ [] has joined #debian
08:33-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
08:33<mjt>hm. i just noticed (for the first time in some 8 years) that I don't have nano installed... :)
08:33*SynrG shrugs ... not necessarily. i'm just trying to imagine scenarios that led to your reported error.
08:34-!-_Qman [] has quit []
08:34-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
08:34<SynrG>i never actually reproduced i "file doesn't exist" or similar message.
08:34-!-isabel [] has joined #debian
08:35<jj>i cant now neither :( so im siding wiht human error typo or somethign
08:35<robinetd>mjt: your copy of emacs comes with it.
08:35<SynrG>come to think of it, you didn't tell us the exact text of the error message you encountered (nor what exact action you did that led to it)
08:35-!-isabel [] has quit []
08:35-!-aroundthfur [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
08:35-!-broucaries [~bastien@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
08:35<jj>i install java and flash with no help :) yay
08:35<SynrG>learn to report issues a bit more precisely :)
08:36<jj>i had to reinstall debian las nyt becuase of hecp
08:36<jj>it wrecks your os
08:37<grummund>Hi, is there a debian package that can auto record audio from line-in and save to file?
08:37<jj>ehcp = easy hosting control panel
08:37<jj>ive decided to use command ine administration instead
08:38<grummund>(for recording phone calls via a line adaptor)
08:39<jm_>grummund: alsa audio output can be saved to a file, so perhaps you can do the same with input
08:39<fosser_josh>while installing synaptic or updating synaptic using reload button i got this error "Method has died unexpectedly!Sub-process returned an error code (100)Method /usr/lib/apt/methods/ did not start correctly"
08:40<grummund>jm_: can i do that without X? ...should have said needs to be command line only and run as background process
08:40<SynrG>grummund: most cards support 'capture' from different sources
08:40<jm_>grummund: sure, it's entirely ALSA related
08:41<SynrG>'arecord' works nicely
08:41<themill>fosser_josh: your sources.list has a line that is missing "http:" in it
08:41<fosser_josh>themill: ok thanks will check
08:41<themill>fosser_josh: stick it in a pastebin if you want us to have a look
08:41<grummund>SynrG: ok thanks. my point not very well made is it needs to split the audio into tracks according to silence
08:42<jm_>heh would be nice to report which sources.list line it's about - maybe some people would find the problem by themselves then
08:42<SynrG>grummund: arecord -L for starters
08:42<jm_>heh something like motion detection for videos
08:43<grummund>jm_: indeed :)
08:43-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
08:43<themill>jm_: yeah, it's a nice apt bug that it tokenises the URL, works out the "method" executable name from what's before the : and then appends it to /usr/lib/apt/methods/ to run it. Empty string ftl.
08:43-!-zeng [~zeng@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
08:43<mjt>sox can split into files by silence
08:43<SynrG>grummund: see also 'amixer' for command-line manipulation of channels. you may need to do that to select capture source prior to arecord. dunno
08:43-!-hazard2 [] has joined #debian
08:43-!-chpln_ [] has joined #debian
08:43-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
08:44-!-chpln [] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
08:44<fosser_josh>themill: i wish but i dont hav that machine. i will check if problem nt solve will post that sources.list
08:44-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
08:45*grummund supposes the correct term would be VOX recording
08:45<mjt>arecord ... | sox -p out.ogg silence 1 0.50 0.1% 1 2.0 0.1% : newfile : restart
08:45<grummund>mjt: wow. thanks ;)
08:45<mjt>that's from sox manpage :)
08:46-!-riley [] has joined #debian
08:46-!-superjet_busy [] has joined #debian
08:47<jj>Linux dhcppc1 2.6.32-5-686 #1 SMP Wed May 18 07:08:50 UTC 2011 i686 GNU/Linux
08:47-!-janos_ [~janos@] has joined #debian
08:47-!-Mu574n9 [] has joined #debian
08:48-!-thuldin [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
08:49-!-Quite [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
08:49-!-chpln_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
08:50-!-lewq [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
08:50-!-chpln [] has joined #debian
08:51<grummund>hmm, with 'multimon' it might even be possible to snag the DTMF tones ;)
08:51-!-zenway4 [] has joined #debian
08:51-!-erufu [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
08:51-!-lelamal [~quassel@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
08:53-!-zenway4 [] has left #debian []
08:53-!-lelamal [~quassel@] has joined #debian
08:56-!-erufu [] has joined #debian
08:57-!-fosser_josh [~prathames@] has left #debian []
08:57-!-jm_ [] has quit [Quit: Disconnecting]
08:57-!-isaac1024 [~isaac1024@] has joined #debian
08:57-!-aroundthfur [] has joined #debian
08:58-!-swirl [] has joined #debian
09:00-!-alkmim [~alkmim@] has joined #debian
09:01-!-mode/#debian [+l 464] by debhelper
09:01-!-alkmim_ [~alkmim@] has joined #debian
09:02-!-shiloh24 [] has joined #debian
09:02<clinton>hi, is there documentation on how to get USB automounting working on debian squeeze in gnome? I'm getting "unable to mount ... not authorized" when inserting usb devices in gnome. I am in the plugdev group, any other groups I should be in?
09:04-!-hamdankasim [~hamdankas@] has joined #debian
09:04-!-engine64 [~ngine@] has joined #debian
09:05-!-s4br3 [] has quit [Quit: KVIrc 4.1.1 Equilibrium]
09:05-!-Quite [] has joined #debian
09:08<grummund>I'm seeing "Untrusted packages could compromise your system's security." with aptitude install <packagename>
09:08-!-debian [] has joined #debian
09:08<grummund>debian-archive-keyring is installed
09:08-!-debian is now known as Guest5654
09:08<grummund>should i try another mirror?
09:09<Cozminsky>grummund: Release file could have been missing or corrupt if it was during a sync
09:09-!-hamdankasim [~hamdankas@] has quit []
09:09<Cozminsky>grummund: try apt-get update first
09:10<grummund>yes i already did: aptitude update && aptitude safe-upgrade
09:10-!-Guest5654 is now known as hychen_
09:10<grove>grummund: Do you have other repositories besides debian standard (debian-archive-keyring only cover those) - but try `apt-get update` first
09:10-!-hychen [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
09:10-!-magicJack [~evo@] has joined #debian
09:10-!-magicJack [~evo@] has left #debian []
09:11-!-pedro_ [] has joined #debian
09:11<grummund>hmm, seems to be working now. thanks
09:13-!-slsimic [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
09:13-!-jrib [] has joined #debian
09:15-!-arthur [] has joined #debian
09:15-!-george [~george@] has joined #debian
09:15-!-fladi_ [~fladische@2001:470:1f0b:11df:2185:e63:b017:cb9e] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
09:15-!-arthur [] has left #debian []
09:16-!-Osiris_X [] has joined #debian
09:16-!-george is now known as Guest5656
09:16-!-__Alex_ [] has joined #debian
09:16<Osiris_X>why are firefox addons in the debian repository as xul-ext-<firefox addon>?
09:17-!-s4br3 [] has joined #debian
09:17<Osiris_X>is there any advantage to using them instead of installing them directly in iceweasel?
09:17<Zaba>they are installed system-wide
09:17-!-vtts_ is now known as vtts
09:18<vtts>more or less the same reason as for other packages
09:18<__Alex_>Because it is a Debian package, Debian keeps it up-to-date
09:19-!-Miguel0n [] has joined #debian
09:19-!-Guest5656 [~george@] has left #debian []
09:21-!-mode/#debian [+l 471] by debhelper
09:23-!-fetichist0 [] has joined #debian
09:23-!-fetichist0 [] has left #debian []
09:23-!-engine64 [~ngine@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
09:23-!-Martian67 [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
09:25-!-FascinioBR [~FascinioB@] has joined #debian
09:26<Osiris_X>thanks for the responses
09:27-!-hychen [] has joined #debian
09:27-!-salman [~salman@] has joined #debian
09:28-!-pj [~pj@] has joined #debian
09:28-!-pj [~pj@] has quit []
09:28-!-devnet [~devnet@] has joined #debian
09:31-!-lanthan [] has joined #debian
09:32-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
09:33-!-Martian67 [] has joined #debian
09:34<MrFrood>Osiris_X: also deb package available to all users
09:35-!-chattr [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
09:37-!-chattr [] has joined #debian
09:38-!-sleepyeye [] has joined #debian
09:39-!-FascinioBR1 [~FascinioB@] has joined #debian
09:40-!-FascinioBR [~FascinioB@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
09:41-!-toote [~toote@] has joined #debian
09:42-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
09:43-!-lewq [] has joined #debian
09:45-!-s4br3 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
09:47-!-alyosha [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
09:47-!-Osiris_X [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
09:48-!-MrFrood [] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.3.4]
09:49-!-erufu [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
09:49-!-fralle [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
09:52-!-alyosha [] has joined #debian
09:54<jj>can anyone suggest the best way to manage multiple user hosting on debian ?
09:54<Cozminsky>I highly recommend suexec
09:55-!-ys [~ys@] has joined #debian
09:55-!-ys [~ys@] has quit []
09:55<jj>Cozminsky, thats not going to mess up my debian install is it as i use easy hosting control panel and had to reinstall the operating system as it corrupted loads of important files
09:55-!-rcaverly [~rcaverly@] has joined #debian
09:56-!-rcaverly [~rcaverly@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
09:56<Cozminsky>jj: apt-get install apache2-suexec or apache2-suexec-custom
09:58-!-pwn [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
09:59-!-krayn [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
10:00-!-wissem [~localhost@] has joined #debian
10:00<Cozminsky>jj: another option might be virtual host using ldap backend, or simple template should work with a script to take in hostname/uid/etc.
10:01-!-jj_ [~jj@] has joined #debian
10:02<jj_>Cozminsky, what the difference between the 2 ?
10:02<Cozminsky>jj: apache2-suexec and custom you mean?
10:02-!-llutz [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
10:02-!-juanolon [] has joined #debian
10:03-!-juanolon [] has quit []
10:04<jj_>Cozminsky, yes
10:04-!-mdh1 [] has joined #debian
10:04<Cozminsky>jj: apache2-suexec can only run as www-data user, apache2-suexec-custom you can run multiple apache servers as different users, however it is slower
10:04-!-MartyD [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:05-!-llutz [] has joined #debian
10:05-!-lionel [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:05-!-lionel [] has joined #debian
10:05-!-feijao [~feijao@] has joined #debian
10:05<jj_>cozminky does it not make administration simplier to keep it all as one apache ?
10:05-!-godlessgreg [] has joined #debian
10:06<jj_>or does that mean then i could not offer people the ability to use apache thereselves ?? admin only
10:06-!-feijao [~feijao@] has quit []
10:06<Cozminsky>jj: yes, suexec just means that cgi scripts are run as the user configured instead of the www-data user
10:06-!-jj [~jj@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:07<Cozminsky>jj: which makes it easier to track if you're planning on allowing/installing different scripts that is
10:07-!-MartyD [] has joined #debian
10:07<jj_>yeh i am going to be allowing diff scripts
10:08<jj_>so apache2-suexec is best for me then
10:08<Cozminsky>jj_: yeah, I'd use apache2-suexec and run php scripts as either fastcgi or suphp
10:09<Cozminsky>jj_: If you're going to do that then make a basic template of your virtual host once you get it right
10:10<Cozminsky>jj_: and then have a script that takes your template and copies the files and substitutes the variables
10:11<Cozminsky>jj_: dump the file in /etc/apache2/sites-available and then a2ensite <yournewsite>;apache2ctl graceful or whatever
10:11-!-Torsten_W [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
10:11-!-mardrop [~actor@] has joined #debian
10:12-!-a16g [] has joined #debian
10:12-!-Lantizia [] has joined #debian
10:13<Cozminsky>jj_: that's the end of the process, you have to write your templates first, and a script to add a local user for each website, create the directories and the like
10:13-!-superjet_busy [] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal]
10:15-!-Miguel0n [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:15-!-broucaries [~bastien@] has joined #debian
10:16-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:17<jj_>i c
10:17<jj_>sound easy enough
10:17-!-alephnull [~alok@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:18<Cozminsky>here's something for etch:
10:18-!-alkmim [~alkmim@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
10:18-!-Volley [] has joined #debian
10:19<jj_>so in /etc/apache2/sites-available i put ym index.php and subfiles ?
10:19-!-hychen [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
10:20-!-rtheys [] has joined #debian
10:20<Cozminsky>jj_: no, just the configuration for the virtual host
10:20-!-alkmim_ [~alkmim@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:21<Cozminsky>jj_: you'll probably create a directory like /srv/www/ or something
10:21<jj_>ok thinki should look for a tut
10:21<Cozminsky>jj_: then put /srv/www/ as your document root
10:22<Cozminsky>jj_: and the php wrapper mentioned outside the document root in /srv/www/ somewhere
10:22-!-bekesis [~bekesis@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:23<Cozminsky>jj_: chown them to the uid you set up for that host, making /srv/www/ with permissions uid:www-data 640
10:23-!-edbian [] has joined #debian
10:24-!-stderr_dk [] has joined #debian
10:25<jj_> <this would help ?
10:25<themill>you should pick the right version of the docs when you look at them (apache 2.2 not 2.0)
10:25<JanVB>is apt-install documented anywhere?
10:25-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
10:25-!-isaac1024 [~isaac1024@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:26<themill>,file apt-install
10:26<judd>No packages were found with that file.
10:26<JanVB>googling apt-install (with or without quotes) gives me a lot of links about apt-get install :P
10:26<JanVB>themill: part of debian-installer
10:26<themill>JanVB: there's a /usr/share/doc/debian-installer/devel/apt-install.txt
10:26*themill wonders why judd didn't pick that up
10:27-!-jr [] has joined #debian
10:27-!-jr [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:27-!-jr [] has joined #debian
10:28-!-jr is now known as Guest5670
10:29-!-hever [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:30-!-Guest5670 [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:31<JanVB>themill: thanks. I'll have to look at the source to check though :)
10:31<themill>JanVB: that's in the debian-installer package
10:31-!-edbian [] has quit [Quit: Bye]
10:31<JanVB>themill: found and read it
10:32<JanVB>but didn't answer the question I was wondering about
10:32-!-bekesis [~bekesis@] has joined #debian
10:32-!-miggs [~mihai@] has joined #debian
10:33<JanVB>but I'm guessing the answer is "no" anyway, so might as well go with in_target apt-get install
10:33-!-rgogunskiy [] has joined #debian
10:34-!-JanC [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:36*Quite wonders in a moment of boredom if the "VB" in JanVB stands for Visual Basic
10:36<themill>Quite: /whois
10:37<Quite>thank god!
10:39-!-tsogi [~tsogi@] has joined #debian
10:39-!-patr [] has joined #debian
10:39-!-miggs [~mihai@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:40-!-hercynium [~hercynium@] has joined #debian
10:40-!-patr [] has quit []
10:40-!-_miquel [] has joined #debian
10:41-!-tsogi [~tsogi@] has quit []
10:41-!-a7ndrew [] has joined #debian
10:42-!-erufu [] has joined #debian
10:42-!-ant [] has joined #debian
10:43-!-sml [~lamby@] has joined #debian
10:43-!-WeB [] has joined #debian
10:43<sml>hiya folks!
10:43-!-XeonBloomfield [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:43-!-tsogi [~tsogi@] has joined #debian
10:43-!-broucaries [~bastien@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:43-!-WeB [] has quit []
10:43-!-JanC [] has joined #debian
10:43-!-tib2011 [~tib2011@] has joined #debian
10:44-!-tib2011 [~tib2011@] has left #debian []
10:44<sml>hypothetical problem: i have a network. it has lots of random timeouts after working fine for years. what tools on debian can I use to determine what and where the problem is? ping was dropping packets and network was going up and down like a yoyo. also all the switches were just on constant.
10:44-!-berto [] has quit [Quit: bye]
10:44-!-FascinioBR [~FascinioB@] has joined #debian
10:44-!-erufu [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:45<sml>well not so much a hypothetical problem as it happened this morning. what woul dbe nice would be to be better prepared next time
10:45<tsogi>sml i don't know, maybe wireshark?
10:45-!-daemonkeeper [] has joined #debian
10:45<salman>I finally found the cause for my strange problem. I had all windows in gnome losing their frames and title bar and min, max buttons, It was the result of a program that was installed. once I uninstalled it, every thing is back to normal
10:45-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
10:45<a7ndrew>sml: ifconfig showing any errors on the interfaces?
10:45<sml>tsogi: i did use tcpdump.. which showed lots of broadcasting. but how do i know if the level of broadcasting is a problem?
10:46-!-nadir [] has joined #debian
10:46-!-FascinioBR1 [~FascinioB@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:46<sml>a7ndrew: good point. though it related to lots of different non connected hosts. only thing that seemed strange was the activity lights were going MAD on all switches
10:46-!-wissem [~localhost@] has quit [Quit: 010101010111110001000110]
10:46<tsogi>sml: you sure your switches are not looped?
10:47<sml>a7ndrew: by that i mean not directly connected. i.e. was dropping pings.. then for example. and from different source addresses too. bit of a nightmare to track down. how does one do this kinda thing?!
10:47-!-kcirtap [] has joined #debian
10:47-!-hercynium [~hercynium@] has quit [Quit: quit application]
10:47-!-grandie [] has joined #debian
10:47-!-kcirtap [] has left #debian []
10:47<a7ndrew>could be a broadcast storm in that case. Perhaps you can count how many broadcasts & multicasts per second on various interfaces?
10:48<sml>tsogi: did think of that. went through every switch and disconnected it and reconnected it. none seemed to be looped. however the network was fine at 8am then at 9am after no known changes.. just went from intermittent to just plain down. found lots and lots of arp requests being sent over the network
10:48-!-_miquel [] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
10:48-!-bst [] has joined #debian
10:49-!-cdlu [] has joined #debian
10:49<a7ndrew>sml: from all sorts of source MACs?
10:49<tsogi>sml: had a similar problem. turned out that an onboard lan card had malfunctioned and was doing the "broadcast storm" a7ndrew mentioned
10:50-!-customer [] has joined #debian
10:50<Quite>sounds like it's hardware-related, yes
10:50-!-customer [] has quit []
10:51-!-mode/#debian [+l 479] by debhelper
10:51<sml>tsogi: if the switches ARE looped wouldn't you get problems immediately? this seemed to happen when no changes were made.
10:51-!-jack_lt [] has joined #debian
10:51<sml>well i was seeing a broadcast storm... what causes netowrk kit to do that? what's the best way of finding out other than someone reporting a network problem? just want to be more prepared and proactive next time
10:51-!-nadir [] has left #debian [duh]
10:52<tsogi>sml: right you are. in my case it was a burned onboard lan card
10:52<sml>would a burned onboard lan card show errors in ifconfig? now my phone isn't going mental i can have a dig..
10:52<sml>also would using better switches help?! or ones with SNMP?
10:53-!-freex [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:53<sney>snmp / managed switches would help you narrow down the source of the mess
10:53<a7ndrew>many switches have storm control that syslogs when your broadcasts per second goes over a broadcast rate... but yeah if you have unmanaged switches that won't work
10:53-!-erufu [] has joined #debian
10:53<sml>sney: is there anything better than can be done? in the process of reconnecting everything i did put all developers on their own subnet
10:53<sney>that's definitely a good idea in any case
10:54<sml>yeah. been meaning to do that for ages
10:54-!-sn0wl1nux [~sn0wl1nux@] has joined #debian
10:54<sney>I suspect something like miidiag or ethtool would have weird output on a fried nic, but I haven't seen it personally (all the fried nics I've experienced were all-dead, not half-dead)
10:54-!-grandie [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:55<sney>sorry, mii-diag
10:56<tsogi>sml: usually yes, it should show errors. but in my case ifconfig didn't show any errors - still haven't figured out how that happened
10:56-!-ant [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
10:56<sml>what kind of tools can i run on my lan(s) now it's back up and running? want to kind of monitor errors, throughput etc. try and be a bit more ready on my feet
10:56<sml>tsogi: OK - thanks.
10:57-!-sn0wl1nux [~sn0wl1nux@] has quit []
10:57-!-alvarezp [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
10:57<tsogi>sml: you're always welcome
10:57<sney>ettercap can show you your network traffic, depending on where you put it in the topology it can be pretty useful for proactively stopping the developers from breaking everything
10:57<sml>There is ntop but that's more for bandwidth management. Used tcpdump this morning and had to decode NBT packets to find the machine name of a naughty machine that was storming as you put it. but took a while and im not sure it was actually that machine that was causing the problem. might even be usual for machines to broadcast especially if theyr'e a windows box ?
10:58-!-godlessgreg [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
10:58-!-liverwurst [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
10:58<sml>ettercap. right. could install that on a gateway. i've used ntop before but that was mainly only useful for bandwidth monitoring.
10:58<sney>broadcast traffic is normal *sometimes*, i.e. for dhcp requests
10:59-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
11:00<sml>well i saw LOADs of arps.. i mean thousands. it was like layer2 had just stopped working. which made me think it was a hardware issue, so went around all switches and turned them off and replaced two really old ones. problem seems to have gone away but i want to know if the problem is still present and is gonna come back to bite me in a week or two :(
11:00-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
11:00-!-XeonBloomfield [] has joined #debian
11:00<a7ndrew>this is just an idea... run tcpdump with a capture filter something like ' ether dst host ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff ' to capture just broadcasts. Then maybe pipe that through something like process viewer in line mode.
11:01<sml>i was doing the poor mans version of that earlier : tcpdump -i eth0 | grep -i broadcast
11:01<sml>a7ndrew: thanks :) will run it now
11:01<a7ndrew>my syntax is probably all wrong
11:01<sml>a7ndrew: i can work it out. i have the man page :)
11:02-!-freex [] has joined #debian
11:02-!-r4co0n [] has joined #debian
11:02-!-stoffepojken [] has joined #debian
11:02<sml>when I run that I see lots of arp packets and also : NBT UDP PACKET(137): QUERY; REQUEST; BROADCAST
11:03-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
11:03<sml>netbios-ns, wassat? SMB?
11:03<a7ndrew>hmmm is that netbios?
11:03<a7ndrew>its a rather spammy protocol at the best of times
11:03<sml>windows network. linux routers, firewalls and server (Samba)
11:04-!-tib2011 [~tib2011@] has joined #debian
11:04<sml>I wish we didn't have to use Windows at all but we develop software to run on it so am stuck :-(
11:04-!-tsogi [~tsogi@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
11:04-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
11:05<sney>I think a lot of netbios's spammyness comes from name resolution. maybe if your samba server ran WINS or you deployed hosts files it wouldn't be as big of a deal.
11:05-!-tib2011 [~tib2011@] has left #debian []
11:05<sml>is ZERO errors normal? because I have: RX packets:320108989 errors:3
11:06<sney>also, we're fully into offtopic land here
11:06<sml>sney: yeah sorry about that.
11:06-!-devnet [~devnet@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
11:07-!-ballison [~ballison@] has joined #debian
11:08<ballison>i have to run a 32-bit version of firefox on a 64-bit OS machine. the problem is firefox-bin is complaining that it can not find a bunch of libs. I have all those libs installed and they are in /usr/lib/
11:08-!-edog [~edog@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:08<ballison>i think this is a 32-bit vs 64-bit issue
11:08<ballison>how do i get 32-bit firefox-bin to run on a 64-bit OS?
11:08-!-milkua_ [] has joined #debian
11:09-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:09<sney>do you have the ia32-libs packages installed?
11:09-!-eknahm [~eknahm@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:09<Quite>i didn't even manage to get the 64-bit version running in debian squeeze amd64
11:10<ballison>sney: ia32-libs?
11:10-!-gruetzkopf [] has joined #debian
11:11<ballison>Here's what i'm seeing
11:11<Quite>there is no 64-bit version
11:11<sney>ballison: yes, there are 32-bit libs packaged for the purpose of running 32-bit software on 64-bit systems. if you do an apt search for ia32 they will all show up
11:11<Quite>no wonder i didn't get it running
11:11-!-hairqles [] has joined #debian
11:11<Quite>thanks sney.... valuable tip
11:11-!-hairqles [] has left #debian []
11:12-!-chomwitt [] has joined #debian
11:13<Quite>suppose the ia32-gtk ones are needed too
11:14-!-toabctl [~tom@] has quit [Read error: No route to host]
11:14-!-cpatrick08 [] has joined #debian
11:14-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
11:15-!-toabctl [~tom@] has joined #debian
11:15-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
11:15-!-cpatrick08 [] has left #debian []
11:18-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
11:19-!-devnet [~devnet@] has joined #debian
11:20-!-pickcoder [~blah@] has joined #debian
11:20-!-jpinx [] has joined #debian
11:21-!-FascinioBR [~FascinioB@] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
11:21<ballison>sney: that did the magic. firefox is now working
11:21-!-RobinJ [~Robin@] has quit [Quit: Killed (NickServ (GHOST command used by MemoServ))]
11:22-!-sml [~lamby@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
11:22<Quite>firefox 5.... damn they change versions quickly
11:22<petemc>6 is available to try too
11:22-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
11:23<Quite>nog long ago they announced 4...
11:23<Quite>not, even
11:23<ballison>sney: thanks!
11:24-!-enneax [] has joined #debian
11:24-!-jpinx [] has quit []
11:25<Quite>then we have the plugins.... "wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64"
11:25<Quite>oh well
11:25-!-fabrianchi [~fabrianch@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:32-!-q66 [~quaker66@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:33<jj_>can somone tell me how i fix this pls
11:34<sney>jj_: are you following a howto somewhere? most of those are not in debian anymore. php5, mysql 5, etc are
11:34<Zaba>what did you do to cause that
11:34-!-erufu [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:34-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
11:34-!-oleg [~oleg@] has joined #debian
11:34<Quite>well, it wasn't a plugin
11:34<Quite>(firefox-bin:3081): Gtk-WARNING **: /usr/lib/gtk-2.0/2.10.0/engines/ wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64
11:34<jj_>yes i am sney
11:34<jj_>i need all them packages :(
11:35<Quite>can't find any 32-bit version of it
11:35<sney>jj_: you need those specific versions?
11:35<sney>Quite: warnings are just warnings, if the program is working otherwise then they can be ignored
11:35<Zaba>jj_, are you sure you need them?
11:35<Quite>yes, but somehow they affect the appearance
11:35<Quite>menus don't look quite right
11:36<Quite>not that i won't survive ;)
11:36<Quite>never mind
11:36-!-q66 [~quaker66@] has joined #debian
11:37<jj_> <
11:37<jj_>so i would think so
11:37-!-oleg [~oleg@] has quit []
11:37<Quite>i'm most probably sticking with iceweasel anyway so..
11:38*Quite hates web browsers
11:38<sney>jj_: that's debian 3.1. You have debian 6, or 5 at the oldest.
11:38<pickcoder>sney: don't assume... :)
11:38<jj_>Linux dhcppc1 2.6.32-5-686 #1 SMP Wed May 18 07:08:50 UTC 2011 i686 GNU/Linux
11:38<jj_>how do i check what version i have
11:38<sney>cat /etc/debian_version
11:39-!-toabctl [~tom@] has quit [Quit: adios]
11:39<pickcoder>jj_: 'dpkg -l libc6' and paste just the status line
11:41<jj_> Status=Not/Inst/Conf-files/Unpacked/halF-conf/Half-inst/trig-aWait/Trig-pend
11:41<pickcoder>the status line of the libs.. not the header
11:42<jj_>libc6 2.11.2-10 Embedded GNU C Library: Shared libraries
11:42<sney>it looks like vhcs is just a regular web app, so you can most likely install php5/mysql-server/apache2, then configure your database, and drop vhcs into /var/www
11:42-!-jkf [] has joined #debian
11:43-!-gpayton [] has joined #debian
11:43-!-jkf [] has left #debian []
11:43<sney>that huge wall of text on the howto suggests whoever wrote it doesn't know that apt manages its own dependencies.
11:43-!-hychen_ [] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
11:43-!-marcels [] has joined #debian
11:43-!-ethan [] has joined #debian
11:44-!-FCdll [~FCdll@] has joined #debian
11:44<ethan>have many bacj commands that have been tested and work on their own. . . .how do I unite them into one file. . . .is this complicated?
11:44-!-ballison [~ballison@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:44-!-FCdll [~FCdll@] has quit []
11:44<timeoh>Does anybody know how FAX is transmitted thru the internet? Voice is transmitted via RTP with mime-type: RTP/AVP? If not does anybody a channel with VoIP expertises?
11:45<jj_>ok so ive install mysql-server apache2 and php5 now how do i configure the database ?
11:45<pickcoder>I love the 'nameserver your ip' part
11:45-!-enneax [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:45<sney>ethan: depending on the commands, you can just put them all in one text file, with #!/bin/bash at the top and then chmod the text file +x
11:45<jj_>yeh name server ns1 ns2 plebs
11:45-!-gpayton [] has quit []
11:46-!-gnusosa_ [~gnusosa_@] has joined #debian
11:46<sney>jj_: either with phpmyadmin, or the mysql text client, there are docs everywhere and it's not too hard. just create a database, name it something, and create a regular mysql user that has permissions to modify that database
11:46-!-XeonBloomfield [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:46-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
11:47<sney>then when you're setting up vhcs, put the same information into its configuration files/setup script, whichever it uses
11:47-!-frh [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:47-!-byonk [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:47-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
11:47<ethan>sney: the commands are umount mount mkdir mv cp and chmod is that ok?
11:47-!-bahamit [~bahamit@] has joined #debian
11:47<sney>ethan: try it and see. but probably
11:47<bahamit>how do i use the vgaswitcheroo thing ?
11:48<sney>bahamit: what?
11:48<bahamit>i want to use the ati vid card on my 01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: ATI Technologies Inc NI Seymour [AMD Radeon HD 6470M]
11:48-!-TaitenP [~TaitenP@] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
11:48-!-Black_Prince [~Prince@] has joined #debian
11:48<bahamit>its a laptop, has dual gpu hybrid
11:48<bahamit>i found /sys/kernel/debug/vgaswitcheroo
11:48-!-hever [] has joined #debian
11:48-!-leafar91 [~leafar@] has joined #debian
11:49<jj_>how do i close a change log in terminal everytime i do ctrl +c it closes and stop the mysql install
11:49<bahamit>but not quite sure if its what im looking for
11:49<sney>jj_: q
11:49-!-aijm [~aijm@] has joined #debian
11:49<jj_>ahah ty
11:49-!-aijm [~aijm@] has quit []
11:50<bahamit>found it nm
11:50<bahamit>if anyone else has the issue
11:50<sney>bahamit: huh, neat
11:51-!-jimbodoors [~jimbo@] has joined #debian
11:52-!-enneax [] has joined #debian
11:52-!-enneax [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:52-!-t0aster [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
11:53-!-stderr_dk [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
11:53-!-lbt_nur [~david@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:53-!-t0aster [] has joined #debian
11:54-!-madtel [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:54-!-Quite [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
11:55-!-Odius [] has joined #debian
11:56-!-david [] has joined #debian
11:56-!-jack_lt [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:56-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:56-!-phur [] has joined #debian
11:57-!-david is now known as Guest5683
11:57-!-mariusv [] has quit [Read error: No route to host]
11:57-!-imran-uk [] has joined #debian
11:58-!-inix1 [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
11:58-!-alkmim_ [] has joined #debian
11:58-!-alkmim [] has joined #debian
11:58-!-debsan [~debsan@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
11:59-!-debsan [~debsan@] has joined #debian
11:59-!-t0aster [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
11:59-!-xfan [~xfan@] has joined #debian
12:01-!-inix [] has joined #debian
12:01-!-Aleric [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:03-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
12:03-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
12:03-!-mtn [] has joined #debian
12:04-!-t0aster [] has joined #debian
12:04-!-rpetre [~petre@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
12:05-!-chealer [] has joined #debian
12:05-!-Skuzion [~Adium@] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
12:05-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
12:05-!-goofy [] has joined #debian
12:06-!-bahamit [~bahamit@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
12:06-!-xfan [~xfan@] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!]
12:06-!-goofy [] has left #debian []
12:07-!-mOnDY [] has joined #debian
12:08-!-Holborn [] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal]
12:08-!-Texou [] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.3.5]
12:08-!-swirl_ [] has joined #debian
12:08-!-Consectetur [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:08-!-Texou [] has joined #debian
12:09-!-sleepyeye [] has quit [Quit: SNAFU]
12:09-!-Aleric [] has joined #debian
12:10-!-jhutchins_lt [] has joined #debian
12:10-!-towo` [~torsten_w@] has joined #debian
12:10-!-goofy [] has joined #debian
12:10-!-kuhkatz__ [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
12:11-!-goofy [] has left #debian []
12:11-!-jhutchins_lt [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:11-!-jhutchins_lt [] has joined #debian
12:11-!-jhutchins_lt [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:12-!-jhutchins_lt [] has joined #debian
12:12-!-swirl [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:13-!-enneax [] has joined #debian
12:14-!-mdh1 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
12:14-!-Eulenspiegel69 [] has joined #debian
12:15<Eulenspiegel69>have I seen right that the IRC client ircll is not in the official repos?
12:16<Zaba>are you sure you're not looking for ircii? With 'i's rather than 'l's
12:17-!-isaac1024 [~isaac1024@] has joined #debian
12:17<Eulenspiegel69>ircII and Irssi are two distinct clients
12:18<jj_>irssi are fgood
12:18<Zaba>ircii is in the repos, as far as I can see
12:18-!-bluewater [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:18-!-Guest5683 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:18-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
12:19-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:19-!-enneax [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:19-!-enneax [] has joined #debian
12:19-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
12:21-!-mode/#debian [+l 473] by debhelper
12:21<Eulenspiegel69>ah you are right, I read the 'i's as 'l's
12:21<Zaba>use a better font :P
12:21<Zaba>or bigger
12:22<Eulenspiegel69>I use the standard iceweasel ones :)
12:22<Zaba>ctrl+= ;P
12:22-!-mordoczero [] has joined #debian
12:23<Eulenspiegel69>no, I prefer to ctrl + scroll
12:23-!-enneax [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:23<Eulenspiegel69>but it doesn't matter. Big 'i's and 'l's seem to look the same in the standard iceweasel fonts.
12:24-!-cahoot [] has joined #debian
12:24<Eulenspiegel69>I am wondering about what to use... ircII or Irssi...
12:25-!-mordoczero [] has quit []
12:25-!-mordoczero [] has joined #debian
12:25-!-alephnull [~alok@] has joined #debian
12:25-!-lelamal_ [~quassel@] has joined #debian
12:25-!-enneax [] has joined #debian
12:26<jj_>okay everytime i donwload something its disapearing from the downloads folder why ?
12:26-!-enneax_ [] has joined #debian
12:26<Eulenspiegel69>do not download into /dev/null !
12:27<Eulenspiegel69>or it may mysteryously disappear
12:27<jj_>ah lol
12:27-!-enneax__ [] has joined #debian
12:27-!-wintellect [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
12:27-!-enneax [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:27-!-enneax_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:27-!-enneax__ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:27<riley>i want to write a shell script that would have 5 programs run simultaneously
12:27-!-enneax [] has joined #debian
12:27<riley>but wait for all 5 to finish before writing the sixth
12:27<riley>how do i do that?
12:27-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
12:28<Eulenspiegel69>jj_: does it disappear after a certain period of time or has it never been there?
12:28-!-enneax [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:29-!-Greg [~Greg@] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
12:30-!-lelamal [~quassel@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:30-!-eknahm [~eknahm@] has joined #debian
12:30<jj_>ive found them in /tmp
12:30<jj_>but they should be going into Downloads
12:31-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
12:31-!-and1bm [] has joined #debian
12:31<Eulenspiegel69>that sounds like a strange bug... you sure you got the permission to write into the destination folder?
12:31-!-steve__ [] has joined #debian
12:32<jj_>yep i checked and as root i chmod to 777
12:32-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
12:32<Eulenspiegel69>tried another folder?
12:33-!-leafar91 [~leafar@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:34-!-nadir [] has joined #debian
12:35-!-rgogunskiy [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
12:39-!-skyegg [~olavo@] has joined #debian
12:40-!-xamanu [~felix@] has joined #debian
12:41-!-steve__ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:41-!-vibora [] has joined #debian
12:41<jj_>yes it just Downloads
12:42<jj_>anything i put there vanishes like magic
12:42<jj_> how do i fix these errors?
12:42-!-RobinJ [~Robin@] has joined #debian
12:44-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
12:45-!-chomwitt [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:45-!-alessandro [~alessandr@] has joined #debian
12:45-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
12:46-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
12:46-!-binarychaos [] has joined #debian
12:46-!-binarychaos [] has quit []
12:46-!-feldmaus_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:47-!-alessandro [~alessandr@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:47-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
12:47-!-Osiris_X [] has joined #debian
12:47-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
12:48-!-alp [~alp@] has joined #debian
12:48-!-tzulberti [~tzulberti@] has joined #debian
12:48-!-alexantao [] has joined #debian
12:48<jj_>can somone please review how do i fix these errors?
12:48-!-tzulberti [~tzulberti@] has quit []
12:49-!-alp [~alp@] has quit []
12:49-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
12:49-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
12:50<robinetd>jj_: Looks like you're missing certain perl modules. They're probably in debian's repos.
12:50-!-alexantao [] has left #debian []
12:50<robinetd>If they're not, you can fetch them from CPAN.
12:51-!-swo [] has joined #debian
12:51<jj_>can i not just use aptitude install perl ?
12:52<robinetd>That'll install perl, but I don't think perl will come with those modules.
12:52<Zaba>you already have perl
12:52-!-bekesis [~bekesis@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:52-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
12:53<jj_>apperatly i didnt
12:53-!-mdh1 [] has joined #debian
12:53<jj_>i used netinst
12:53<jj_>must of 4got modules
12:53<pickcoder>jj_: modules don't automatically install
12:53-!-andreotti [] has joined #debian
12:53<pickcoder>most of them are never used
12:54<pickcoder>you install what you need, based on your source install
12:54<pickcoder>if you had installed from a package then they would have been required as dependencies
12:54<pickcoder>I would suggest you use the CPAN shell
12:54<jj_>newb here what cpan and how do i use it
12:55<pickcoder>perl -MCPAN -e shell
12:55<pickcoder>then check out google for docs
12:55<pickcoder>there's plenty of info
12:55<ethan>sleep 4s or sleep 4 s or sleep 4 do not work in my batch file I looked at the man page what am I missing?
12:55-!-arand [] has joined #debian
12:55-!-nadir [] has left #debian [duh]
12:56-!-e1th0r [~hector@] has joined #debian
12:56<Zaba>e1th0r, 'batch file'?
12:56<e1th0r>Zaba, sorry?
12:56<Zaba>erm. ethan, ^
12:56-!-andreotti [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:57<e1th0r>its ok., dont worry
12:57-!-andreotti [] has joined #debian
12:57<Zaba>ethan, 'batch file'?
12:57-!-godlessgreg [] has joined #debian
12:57<ethan>sorry bash script
12:57-!-bekesis [~bekesis@] has joined #debian
12:58<Zaba>ethan, what do you mean by "doesn't work"? Does it give you an error, or what? Pastebin the script, maybe?
12:58<ethan>sleep: invalid time interval `3\r'
12:58<ethan>yes that is the error
12:59-!-mdh1 [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
12:59-!-e-ndy [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
12:59<Zaba>ethan, fix your line endings
13:00<Zaba>you have a CR LF, dos-style newline in your file, for which there can be no valid reason whatsoever
13:01-!-mode/#debian [+l 481] by debhelper
13:01<ethan>I see
13:01-!-FernandoBasso [] has joined #debian
13:01<Zaba>sed -i -e 's/\r//' file # should remove them for you
13:01-!-away_Ruusento is now known as Ruusento
13:01<robinetd>Your shebang is wrong too.
13:01-!-foolano [~magnetic@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:02-!-kusanagi [] has joined #debian
13:03-!-andreotti [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:03-!-santhosh [~santhosh@] has joined #debian
13:03-!-andreotti [] has joined #debian
13:03<jj_>CRITICAL ERROR: Module [MIME::Parser] WAS NOT FOUND ! so MIME is the module i need?
13:03<santhosh>Can Any one help me out
13:04<santhosh>I am Unable to Mount my Hard disk Drive
13:04-!-colonel_orange [] has joined #debian
13:04<jj_>santhosh, have u tried running the grub maintenace mode on the blue screen at the beggining ?
13:04<santhosh>How to run it?
13:04-!-colonel_orange [] has quit []
13:05-!-bolt [] has quit [Quit: telnet 6667]
13:05<jj_>just use arrow keys select the bottom one of the two option enter root password
13:05<jj_>then let it run and try booting again
13:05-!-eliad [~Eliad@] has joined #debian
13:06-!-Volley [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:06-!-andreotti [] has left #debian []
13:07-!-bolt [] has joined #debian
13:07-!-AbsintheSyringe [~havoc@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:07-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
13:08-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
13:08-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:08<santhosh>JJ_Which Arrow Keys
13:08-!-andreottica [] has joined #debian
13:10-!-zz_Kaimei is now known as Kaimei
13:10<santhosh>I think Installation is not done properly i will try to re install
13:10<jj_>lol u have to turn pc off
13:10-!-santhosh [~santhosh@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
13:11-!-swirl [] has joined #debian
13:11<robinetd>... He's reinstalling because his external drive won't mount?
13:11-!-FascinioBR [~FascinioB@] has joined #debian
13:11<jj_>okay i used cpan to install the modules and it still dont find them ??
13:11-!-bst [] has left #debian []
13:12-!-cloud [~IRC@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:13<jj_>robinetd, not sure he didnt say he just said install i assumed he ment entire os on internal drive
13:14-!-andreottica [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:14-!-mtn [] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.3.2]
13:15-!-swirl_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:15-!-alexantao [] has joined #debian
13:16-!-alexantao [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:16<jj_> [MIME::Entity, MIME::Parser, Crypt::CBC, Crypt::Blowfish, Crypt::PasswdMD5, Term::ReadPassword] WAS NOT FOUND in your system... ive just install them and its saying they dont exist still im lost :(
13:16-!-mOnDY [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
13:17-!-FascinioBR1 [~FascinioB@] has joined #debian
13:18-!-swirl [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:19-!-Maverick [maverick@] has joined #debian
13:19-!-FascinioBR [~FascinioB@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:21-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
13:21-!-babilen [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
13:21-!-gusnan [] has joined #debian
13:21<jhutchins_lt>jj_: What is generating those errors?
13:22<jj_>ive onyl got 1 error now
13:22<jj_>ill show u
13:22-!-K0JIbKA [~nikobit@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:22<jj_>i install all of them except blowfish
13:22<jj_> im just stuck with this onew
13:22-!-lanthan [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
13:22<jj_><never used cpan until just now
13:22-!-asdjaputra [~angga@] has joined #debian
13:23<jhutchins_lt>jj_: Never mind, I see what the problem is. Stop trying to use non-debian WHCPs. There are several available withihin Debian, use one of them if you must.
13:23<jhutchins_lt>jj_: /msg dpkg free whcp
13:23<jhutchins_lt>jj_: You're having these problems because the non-Debian package is not set up to properly locate the perl modules.
13:24<jhutchins_lt>jj_: It's probably built for Ubuntu or Fedora.
13:24-!-dsr [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
13:24-!-dsr [] has joined #debian
13:25<Ruusento>jj_: did you install build-essential? and did you update libc6-dev?
13:25<jj_>build -essential yes libc6-dev im not sure why
13:25-!-andreottica [] has joined #debian
13:25-!-jgarvey [] has joined #debian
13:25<jj_>yes i did
13:25<Ruusento>crti.o is part of libc6-dev
13:25-!-pedro_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:26<jhutchins_lt>jj_: What you need to do is clean this crap up and use a Debian package instead.
13:26<asdjaputra>jhutchins_lt, language please
13:26<jj_>its gone
13:27<jj_>i cleared the system of the junk
13:27-!-whatmeurgent [] has joined #debian
13:27<jhutchins_lt>jj_: Debian has about 30,000 packages available. If you can't find what you think you need within Debian, you should reconsider what you're trying to do and see if there isn't a better way to do it within the debian universe.
13:27<jj_>got it debian = debian packages screw 3rd party rubbish
13:27<Ruusento>jhutchins_lt: don't rely only on the repos :P
13:27<jj_>ispconfig want me to reinstall os
13:29<Ruusento>jj_: check using aptitude if you find libperl-[themoduleyouneed]
13:29-!-sandn [] has joined #debian
13:29<jhutchins_lt>Ruusento: There are very few legitimate reasons to go outside of them, especially for someone new to Debian.
13:29<Ruusento>if ispconfig gives you a .deb package
13:29-!-sandn [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:29<Ruusento>use that, install it using dpkg --install
13:29-!-andreottica [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:29<Ruusento>and install the various dependencies
13:30<Ruusento>dpkg will give you the list of what you need
13:30<dpkg>i don't know, Ruusento
13:30<jhutchins_lt>Ruusento: It would be better if he used a whcp that's already packaged for Debian. One of the problems he's encountering is packages built for other distros not finding Debian files.
13:30<jhutchins_lt>!free whcp
13:30<dpkg>FOSS Web Hosting Control Panels include: <DTC>, <GNUPanel>, <ISPConfig>, <ispCP> Omega and <RavenCore>. Don't use <Webmin>.
13:31-!-asdjaputra [~angga@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
13:31-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:32-!-edog [] has joined #debian
13:32<jj_>im running my dist -upgrade b4 i do anything else lol
13:32-!-edbian [] has joined #debian
13:35-!-gigio [~rodrigo@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:35-!-tomreyn__ [] has quit [Quit: tomreyn__]
13:36-!-LetoPoole [] has joined #debian
13:37-!-Protcron [] has joined #debian
13:37-!-asdjaputra [~angga@] has joined #debian
13:38-!-asdjaputra [~angga@] has quit []
13:39-!-fabrice [] has joined #debian
13:40-!-fabrice [] has quit []
13:40-!-tic^ [] has joined #debian
13:40-!-fabrice [] has joined #debian
13:41-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
13:43-!-lelamal_ [~quassel@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:44-!-noahfx [~josue@] has joined #debian
13:44-!-kevin_ [] has joined #debian
13:45-!-shanks [] has joined #debian
13:46-!-shanks [] has left #debian []
13:47-!-lelamal [~quassel@] has joined #debian
13:47-!-kevin_ [] has quit []
13:48<Eulenspiegel69>folks, don't forget the "Ask the DPL" with Stefano Zacchiroli session at 1900 UTC in #debian-meeting
13:48-!-_cristal___ [] has joined #debian
13:49-!-_cristal___ [] has quit []
13:49-!-imran-uk [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
13:49<devil>uh, thanks for the reminder
13:50-!-krayn [] has joined #debian
13:51<Black_Prince>One hour and 9 minutes from now
13:52-!-gigio [~rodrigo@] has joined #debian
13:52-!-FernandoBasso [] has quit [Quit:]
13:53-!-kevin_ [] has joined #debian
13:53-!-kevin_ [] has quit []
13:54-!-kevin_ [] has joined #debian
13:54-!-kevin_ [] has quit []
13:54-!-kevin_ [] has joined #debian
13:55<Eulenspiegel69>for those who want the local time, enter `date -d 'Wed Jun 22 19:00 UTC'` (got it from the topic of #debian-meeting)
13:55-!-TSXE [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
13:55-!-foolano [] has joined #debian
13:56-!-foolano [] has quit []
13:56-!-foolano [] has joined #debian
13:56-!-rodrigo [~rodrigo@] has joined #debian
13:56-!-kevin_ [] has quit []
13:56-!-Piet [] has joined #debian
13:56-!-kevin_ [] has joined #debian
13:56-!-jrib [] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.3.6-dev]
13:56-!-foolano [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
13:56-!-kevin_ [] has quit []
13:56-!-foolano [] has joined #debian
13:56-!-rodrigo [~rodrigo@] has quit []
13:57-!-Cscup [] has joined #debian
13:58-!-isaac1024 [~isaac1024@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
13:58<pickcoder>jj_: if you install those modules via CPAN you'll get the latest versions. I agree, though, with jhutchins_lt about using a proper Debian package to make life easier
13:59-!-Howl [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:00-!-whirli [] has joined #debian
14:01-!-foolano [] has quit []
14:01-!-Howl [] has joined #debian
14:01-!-abyss [~abyss@] has joined #debian
14:01-!-rzyz [] has joined #debian
14:01-!-foolano [] has joined #debian
14:02-!-stoffepojken [] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.3.5]
14:03-!-tensorpudding [~tensorpud@] has joined #debian
14:04-!-fabrice [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
14:04-!-monkeybreath [] has joined #debian
14:04<jj_>i am i decided im going to use gnupanel imwaiting for distro-upgrade to complete
14:04-!-monkeybreath [] has quit []
14:05-!-marcels [] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal]
14:07-!-arand [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:08-!-foolano [] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!]
14:08-!-foolano [] has joined #debian
14:09-!-brunoramos [~brunoramo@] has joined #debian
14:10-!-foolano [] has quit []
14:10-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
14:11-!-pipeep [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:12-!-Cscup [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:12-!-vorlon078 [] has joined #debian
14:13-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
14:14-!-mdb [~mdb@] has joined #debian
14:16-!-cirzgamanti` [] has joined #debian
14:16-!-jackyf [] has joined #debian
14:17-!-magnetic [] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!]
14:18-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
14:20-!-kyr0 [] has joined #debian
14:21-!-lewq [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:21-!-frh [] has joined #debian
14:22-!-cirzgamanti`` [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:23-!-magnetic [] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!]
14:23-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
14:23-!-magnetic [] has quit []
14:23-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
14:23-!-n_crm [] has joined #debian
14:23-!-magnetic [] has quit []
14:24-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
14:24-!-n_crm [] has quit []
14:24-!-emanuel [~emmanuel@] has joined #debian
14:24-!-andrea_ [] has joined #debian
14:25-!-emanuel [~emmanuel@] has quit []
14:25-!-qwerrrreqwerqwdfq [] has joined #debian
14:25-!-MartyD [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:26-!-abyss [~abyss@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
14:26-!-mij [] has joined #debian
14:26-!-mij [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:27-!-mij [] has joined #debian
14:28-!-ubuntu [~ubuntu@] has joined #debian
14:28-!-ubuntu [~ubuntu@] has quit [autokilled: This host may be infected. Mail with questions. BOPM (2011-06-22 18:28:24)]
14:29-!-vrkalak [] has joined #debian
14:29-!-jhutchins_lt [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:30<riley>hello my winners,
14:30<riley>what is best linux compression
14:30-!-Alam_Squeeze [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:30<riley>like bz2, gz?
14:30-!-george_gr [] has joined #debian
14:30<riley>I only want the best
14:30<dpkg>Best for what? Please define what you mean by "best". Gloria Gaynor! Tina Turner! Aretha Franklin! Men without Hats! Women without Hats! Men at Work! Women at Play! Anyone for Tennis!
14:30-!-Yoda-BZH [] has joined #debian
14:30<riley>what are the differences?
14:30<__Alex_>.bz2 saves space, .gz saves time
14:31<riley>how much time?
14:31<pickcoder>ncompress is faster but produces a larger Z format than gz
14:31-!-isaac1024 [~isaac1024@] has joined #debian
14:31<__Alex_>.gz is quicker than .bz2, but it compresses crappy
14:32<pickcoder>if you want threaded compression, check out pigz
14:32-!-mordoczero_ [] has joined #debian
14:32<pickcoder>it's not in the repository, unfortunately...
14:32<__Alex_>.tar.bz2 is best
14:32<riley>yay alex
14:32<riley>you are the winner
14:32<weasel>.oO( )
14:32-!-magnetic [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:32<__Alex_>tar -cjvf output.tar.bz2
14:32-!-riley is now known as CashMoney
14:32<weasel>the blind leading the blind
14:32<pickcoder>based on file save timing from our DB: 17mins for gzip and 7mins for pigz
14:32-!-qwerrrreqwerqwdfq [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
14:33<CashMoney>weasel: why blind?
14:33<towo`>bz2 the best compression? harrharr
14:33<__Alex_>I find it to work best
14:33<weasel>stupid question, bad answer.
14:33<CashMoney>good question
14:33<__Alex_>It's a good one
14:33<weasel>what X is best is not a good question, as has been explained to you
14:34<dpkg>Best for what? Please define what you mean by "best". Gloria Gaynor! Tina Turner! Aretha Franklin! Men without Hats! Women without Hats! Men at Work! Women at Play! Anyone for Tennis!
14:34<pickcoder>weasel: it's good troll fodder though
14:34<weasel>anyway, plenty of options have been pointed out, their drawbacks and advantages been explained.
14:34<__Alex_>.gz is for small files, .bz2 is for big ones!
14:34<weasel>have a nice day.
14:34<SynrG>oh, that one has been done before :)
14:34-!-mordoczero_ [] has quit []
14:34<SynrG>sorry, joining the fun late.
14:34-!-dano [~dano@CMU-461466.WV.CC.CMU.EDU] has joined #debian
14:34-!-dano [~dano@CMU-461466.WV.CC.CMU.EDU] has left #debian []
14:34-!-jakob [] has joined #debian
14:35-!-mij [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:35<pickcoder>woo it's in squeeze
14:35-!-savar [] has joined #debian
14:35*pickcoder checks lenny
14:35-!-fabrianchi [~fabrianch@] has joined #debian
14:36<pickcoder>I'm glad it got added
14:36<__Alex_>You know what's strange? Remember when i was spamming this chat when my favourite app showed me a segfault? I just got kernel 2.6.39-686-pae, and the app works. Strange
14:37<CashMoney>hey- does anyone know to control usb ports?
14:37<CashMoney>say i wanted to turn on a light bulb using a usb port
14:37*vrkalak has the 2.6.39-generic kernel with wheezy
14:37-!-mordoczero [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:38-!-CashMoney is now known as BigCashMoneyPlaya
14:38-!-RhodWulf [~rth@] has joined #debian
14:38-!-RhodWulf [~rth@] has left #debian []
14:38*__Alex_ has Linux 2.6.39-2-686-pae with Wheezy
14:39<__Alex_>What is the difference between pae and generic?
14:39-!-phur [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:39<robinetd>__Alex_: pae can allocate more than 3.5GB of RAM.
14:39-!-Bolle1961_ [] has joined #debian
14:40<__Alex_>Lol, i have only 1 gig
14:40<robinetd>So likely no bearing on that bug.
14:40-!-stderr_dk [~pohol@] has joined #debian
14:40<__Alex_>But i have 2 gigs of SWAP
14:40-!-kyr0 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
14:40<vrkalak>so I should ditch the -39-generic kernel and go with -39-pae?
14:41<vrkalak>i have 6Gb of this laptop
14:41<pickcoder>BigCashMoneyPlaya: there are dev libs for usb interaction and a light bulb switch would require electronics to talk to
14:41<robinetd>vrkalak: If you're using a 32bit operating system.
14:41<robinetd>On a 64bit system, PAE isn't necessary (afaik)
14:41<daemonkeeper>Its not
14:41-!-Bast [~Bast@] has joined #debian
14:41<daemonkeeper>Its not even available
14:41<devil>robinetd: you are right
14:42<daemonkeeper>With 64 bit systems being AMD64, nitpicking a bit.
14:42<vrkalak>robinetd: ahh, thanks . . . I did install Wheezy x32 instead of x64
14:42-!-Bast [~Bast@] has quit [autokilled: Take your warez somewhere else. If you feel an error has been made, please contact (2011-06-22 18:42:27)]
14:42<robinetd>devil: There's a first time for everything, right? :D
14:42<devil>robinetd: i am sure you been right before :)
14:43<devil>vrkalak: then you are only using ~ 3.5 GB of your 6 GB of ram
14:43<mjr>pae is a bit kludgish and limited, and of course a single process has the same 32-bit adress space limits. So I'd recommend 64-bit systems for capable hardware if there's a lot of memory.
14:43-!-Infra_HDC [] has quit [Quit: I Quit]
14:44<vrkalak>devil: that's why my conky only said 3.5Gb of RAM ... I thought it was an error with the Conky script
14:45<__Alex_>I didn't know you can install the Intel 686 version of Debian on an AMD-64 compatable machine ...
14:45<devil>its not. poor conky is innocent
14:45<devil>__Alex_: just not the other way round
14:46<daemonkeeper>Sure you can (if the CPU supports it)
14:46<__Alex_>I taught that Intel runs on Intel, Amd on amd, and PPC on PPC
14:46-!-isaac1024_ [~isaac1024@] has joined #debian
14:46<daemonkeeper>Well, what about older Athlon? It runs on Intel x86.
14:46-!-isaac1024_ [~isaac1024@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
14:47<daemonkeeper>Or newer Intel CPUs running on AMD65
14:47<vrkalak>devil: __Alex_ that I knew .. 32 on 64 is OK but you can not install 64 on a 32 machine
14:47<__Alex_>Yes, but it's an Intel Compatable
14:47-!-noahfx [~josue@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:47<devil>__Alex_: <== that endangers your thinking
14:47-!-franck_ [] has joined #debian
14:47-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
14:48-!-flightplan [] has joined #debian
14:48-!-franck_ [] has quit []
14:48-!-s_i_m [] has joined #debian
14:48-!-dutchfish [] has joined #debian
14:49-!-lirtex [] has joined #debian
14:49<Black_Prince>If you really want to save space with compression use .xz or .lzma
14:49-!-RobinJ [~Robin@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
14:50<Black_Prince>But it's (de)compression rates are terrible
14:50<towo`>try lrzip and forget lzma or xz
14:50<Black_Prince>I'll try that one
14:50<__Alex_>Forget everything, BZip2 FOR LIFE!
14:50<Black_Prince>I use bzip2 atm ...
14:51<Black_Prince>gzip does not have big compression rate and lzma and xz are too slow ... I won't mention rar and zip
14:51<Black_Prince>I haven't tried any other
14:51<__Alex_>gzip is still better than Zip
14:51<__Alex_>But Bzip2 is best
14:52-!-piesenelagua [~piesenela@] has joined #debian
14:52<pickcoder>IIRC k7 was the last AMD-optimized 32-bit x86 kernel that was packaged. Current x86 support is done via 486/586/686 specifics with 586 support dropped in Lenny.
14:52-!-Blacker47 [] has joined #debian
14:52<raboof>well, bzip2 creates smaller files but is more cpu-intensive iirc right?
14:52<Black_Prince>Yeah could be so
14:52<Black_Prince>I compressed 4GB once with bzip2 and fans were loud
14:53<BigCashMoneyPlaya>dang bro
14:53-!-Holborn [] has joined #debian
14:53-!-Bodia [] has joined #debian
14:54<nyov>xz -9 is totally overkill ;) but it can run multithreaded by default, which bzip can't (needs pbzip)
14:55<BigCashMoneyPlaya>i have 8 processors
14:55<__Alex_>I have 1 atom
14:55<Black_Prince>I haz one Pentium IV
14:55<BigCashMoneyPlaya>so how do i do use all 8 processors to compress using bz2?
14:55<__Alex_>I have P4 too, on my computer that i don't use
14:56<nyov>BigCashMoneyPlaya: install pbzip2
14:56<BigCashMoneyPlaya>dont have root on my computer
14:56<dpkg>rumour has it, work is a great place to play network games like Quake against your friends..... an improper way of saying funzionirt! Work at what? Do the dishes? Clean your room? , or see <play> =-)
14:57<gnugr>__Alex_: did you add "experimental" packages in sources.list to get that kernel?
14:57<__Alex_>No, i got it in wheezy
14:57<__Alex_>I'm a Testing Forever user
14:58<gnugr>ok ty
14:58<__Alex_>I don't need experimental
14:58-!-ompaul [~ompaul@] has quit [Quit: Konversation terminated!]
14:58-!-ompaul [~ompaul@] has joined #debian
14:58-!-mOnDY [] has joined #debian
14:58-!-CyberDomovoy [~cd@] has joined #debian
14:59<Black_Prince>I don't like SID, but I am using Linux From Scratch atm which is far more unstable than sid ...
14:59<gnugr>i use squeeze with bpo
14:59-!-jin [] has joined #debian
14:59-!-hereforfun [~hereforfu@] has joined #debian
14:59-!-feldmaus [] has joined #debian
14:59-!-jinjin [] has joined #debian
14:59-!-hereforfun [~hereforfu@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
14:59-!-jinjin [] has quit []
14:59-!-jin [] has quit []
15:00<__Alex_>I like Debian Testing. Basicly it's a stabilized version of sid
15:00<Black_Prince>I also use that one .. I have two distributions atm ... LFS is for gnome 3 ... When gnome 3 reaches testing I'll switch to it
15:00<nyov>BigCashMoneyPlaya: xz -1 should compress comparably to bzip2 and does multithreaded, use -T 8 for eight threads
15:00<__Alex_>I don't like Gnume
15:00<__Alex_>XFCE is better
15:01-!-mode/#debian [+l 492] by debhelper
15:01<Black_Prince>Ask the DPL meeting is just about to start. (for those that did not know)
15:01-!-MrFrood [] has joined #debian
15:01<nyov>Black_Prince: where?
15:01<robinetd>What is the DPL meeting?
15:02<nyov>Black_Prince: ty
15:02<Black_Prince>Ask the Debian Project Leader
15:02<robinetd>I'll hang out to see what goes on in thar. Thanks.
15:02-!-lirtex [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:02-!-lirtex [] has joined #debian
15:03-!-sjdebian [] has joined #debian
15:03-!-ant777 [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
15:04-!-chattr [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:05-!-__Alex_ [] has left #debian [I'm just too lazy to stay!]
15:06-!-chattr [] has joined #debian
15:06-!-godlessgreg [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:06-!-dutchfish [] has quit [Quit: Splash, leaving the bowl]
15:07-!-godlessgreg [] has joined #debian
15:07-!-sjdebian [] has left #debian []
15:08-!-sebastiaan [] has joined #debian
15:08-!-sebastiaan [] has quit []
15:09-!-kyr0 [] has joined #debian
15:09-!-rogeriobastos [] has joined #debian
15:09-!-andrey [~user@] has joined #debian
15:10-!-milkua_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:11-!-feldmaus [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:12-!-mdb [~mdb@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:12-!-papy [] has joined #debian
15:12-!-Bodia [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:13-!-papy [] has quit []
15:13<vrkalak>robinetd: the current DPL would be 'zack' in the chat
15:14<vrkalak>DPL the big head-honcho of Debian
15:14-!-XeonBloomfield [] has joined #debian
15:16-!-sifo [] has joined #debian
15:16<daemonkeeper>our beloved leader we blindly folloe!
15:16-!-godlessgreg [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
15:17*pickcoder blindly follows while peeking to the sides
15:17-!-dimonov [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:17-!-clara_ [] has joined #debian
15:18-!-clara_ [] has quit []
15:19-!-rogeriobastos [] has quit [Quit: Saindo]
15:19-!-mdh1 [] has joined #debian
15:19-!-rogeriobastos [] has joined #debian
15:20-!-rogeriobastos [] has left #debian []
15:20-!-chattr [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:21-!-rogeriobastos [] has joined #debian
15:21-!-XeonBloomfield [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
15:21-!-rogeriobastos [] has left #debian []
15:21-!-XeonBloomfield [] has joined #debian
15:21-!-babilen [] has joined #debian
15:23-!-julien__ is now known as TAKE_MY_DEMON
15:24-!-hever [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:26-!-MAXmark [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:26-!-MAXmark [] has joined #debian
15:26-!-TAKE_MY_DEMON [] has quit [autokilled: This host violated network policy. If you feel an error has been made, please contact, thanks. (2011-06-22 19:26:10)]
15:27-!-jhutchins_lt [] has joined #debian
15:28-!-chahibi [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:28-!-chahibi [] has joined #debian
15:30-!-whatmeurgent [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
15:31-!-Quintasan_ [] has joined #debian
15:32-!-a16g [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:32-!-se [] has joined #debian
15:32-!-feldmaus [] has joined #debian
15:35<robinetd>vrkalak: I haven't been paying attention. Forgot about it actually :s
15:36*vrkalak pokes robinetd and whispers 'wake-up'
15:36-!-mdh1 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
15:37-!-gruetzkopf [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:37<jj_>how long does aptitude safe-upgrade take to run ?
15:38<jj_>open 71k closed 36k defer 500 conflicts 78
15:38-!-swo [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
15:39-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
15:39-!-savar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:39<jhutchins_lt>shouldn't take very long if you have a decent downlink.
15:39-!-Quintasan [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:40<jj_>its been running for 15 min already :(
15:40-!-se is now known as savar
15:40<themill>jj_: that probably indicates you need to be doing a full-upgrade not a safe-upgrade. What are you upgrading from and to?
15:40-!-swo [] has joined #debian
15:40<jj_>lol im followng install steps for ispCP
15:41-!-mode/#debian [+l 486] by debhelper
15:41-!-magnetic [] has quit [Read error: No route to host]
15:41-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
15:41<jj_> <im doing as it tells me like a good boy
15:41<jhutchins_lt>I thought that upgrade == safe-upgrade, but I saw a kernel image install on Lenny today.
15:42-!-_anon_ [] has joined #debian
15:42-!-xbayrockx [~xbayrockx@] has joined #debian
15:42-!-magnetic [] has quit []
15:42-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
15:43-!-_anon_ [] has left #debian []
15:43-!-matej [~matej@] has joined #debian
15:43-!-magnetic [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
15:43-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
15:44-!-savar is now known as se
15:45-!-Alam_Squeeze [] has joined #debian
15:45-!-magnetic [] has quit []
15:45-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
15:45-!-savar [] has joined #debian
15:45-!-magnetic [] has quit []
15:45-!-magnetic [] has joined #debian
15:45-!-craigevil [] has joined #debian
15:46-!-bst [] has joined #debian
15:46-!-cybersphinx_ [] has joined #debian
15:46<jj_>wow just broke 100 open
15:46<jj_>surely there aint tha many more
15:46<xbayrockx>how can i remote desktop in to debiab
15:46<xbayrockx>from windows
15:47<xbayrockx>need to install on debian or windows?
15:47-!-CharlesLehman [~noctis@] has joined #debian
15:48<cahoot>I'd guess a vnc server on debian and aclient on win
15:48-!-matej [~matej@] has left #debian []
15:48<cahoot>(no expert though)
15:48<pickcoder>I use tightvnc on windoze and vnc server on Debian
15:49-!-er [] has joined #debian
15:49-!-gusnan [] has quit [Quit: Lämnar]
15:49-!-wintellect [] has joined #debian
15:49-!-er [] has quit []
15:49<xbayrockx>how to install in debian ?
15:49<xbayrockx>just download it from website and how do i run it ?
15:50<cahoot>aptitude install <application>
15:50<cahoot>read docs or google for howto
15:51-!-mode/#debian [+l 493] by debhelper
15:51-!-Linutauro [] has joined #debian
15:52-!-se [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:53-!-cybersphinx [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:53*MrFrood reminds cahoot that other search solutions are available
15:53-!-magnetic_ [] has joined #debian
15:53-!-dutchfish [] has joined #debian
15:54-!-skyegg [~olavo@] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
15:54-!-tw0thr33 [] has joined #debian
15:54-!-sifo [] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
15:55<cahoot>I'd google for those
15:55-!-holoturoide [~eder@] has quit [Quit: Saindo]
15:56<cahoot>certainly won't bing them
15:56<xbayrockx>it saying permission denieed
15:56<xbayrockx>im just logged in as a normal user,
15:56<xbayrockx>so what do i need to do ?
15:56-!-drewdavis [] has joined #debian
15:56<xbayrockx>i was running ./vncinstall /usr/local/bin
15:57-!-jobar [] has joined #debian
15:57<cahoot>use aptitude install <application> as debian expects
15:58-!-magnetic [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:00-!-Miguel0n [] has joined #debian
16:00-!-eknahm [~eknahm@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:01-!-AbsintheSyringe [~havoc@] has joined #debian
16:01<xbayrockx>how can i login as root ?
16:02<xbayrockx>to use aptitude install
16:03<MrFrood>su -c 'aptitude install package-name'
16:04-!-c0in [] has joined #debian
16:04<xbayrockx>cool thanks
16:05-!-feldmaus1 [] has joined #debian
16:05<MrFrood>c0in: try !test
16:05<c0in>sorry, I had to figure out my name
16:05-!-gnugr [] has quit [Quit: brb]
16:06-!-gnugr [] has joined #debian
16:06-!-system [~system@] has joined #debian
16:07-!-Honeyman [] has joined #debian
16:08-!-Honeyman [] has quit []
16:08-!-FascinioBR1 [~FascinioB@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
16:08-!-Honeyman [] has joined #debian
16:08-!-doxtor [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
16:08-!-wintellect [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:08<MrFrood>c0in: !test in this channel will provide you with feedback ;)
16:08<dpkg>Test failed.
16:08<MrFrood>see :)
16:09<dpkg>Test failed.
16:10<daemonkeeper>Next time dpkg will answer different. Trust me!
16:10<pickcoder>daemonkeeper: you used to glue coins to the steps in front of the library didn't you...
16:12-!-feldmaus [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:12-!-Howl [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
16:12-!-pickcoder [~blah@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
16:13-!-DisposaBoy [~db@] has joined #debian
16:13-!-msmh [] has joined #debian
16:14-!-DisposaBoy [~db@] has left #debian []
16:14<dpkg>Test failed.
16:14<jj_>hey what test for ?
16:14-!-rzyz [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:14<Black_Prince>!test drugs
16:14<dpkg>Testing drugs... *****$$#$
16:14<jj_>!test Black_Prince
16:14<dpkg>Testing Black_Prince... Segmentation fault (core dumped)$#$
16:14<SynrG>please don't play with the bot
16:14-!-jakob [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
16:14-!-msmh [] has left #debian []
16:14<SynrG>you can msg the bot if you like
16:14*jj_ runs away
16:15<jj_>safe upgrade just broke 200k open still wait or cancel ?
16:15*vrkalak gives the little 'bot' cookies
16:15-!-r4co0n [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:16-!-david [] has joined #debian
16:16-!-Howl [] has joined #debian
16:17-!-david is now known as Guest5754
16:17-!-Guest5754 [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:18-!-LegolasV [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:18-!-LegolasV [] has joined #debian
16:19-!-eknahm [] has joined #debian
16:19-!-jgoppert [] has joined #debian
16:20-!-savar [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
16:20-!-clock_ [] has joined #debian
16:21-!-c0in [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
16:23-!-AbsintheSyringe [~havoc@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:23-!-craigevil [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
16:24-!-Osiris_X [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
16:25-!-Howl [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:26<MrFrood>SynrG: but the bot is fun :P
16:26-!-andrea_ [] has quit [Quit: Sto andando via]
16:27<jj_>the bot has an attitude though clever ai very limited responces
16:28<jj_>aptitude safe upgrae has been running for 35 mins is this normal ?
16:29<jj_>upgrade even*
16:29<xbayrockx>hey im getting this message when i try and run vncserver
16:29<xbayrockx>vncpasswd: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
16:29<MrFrood>depends on when you last ran it
16:29<s_i_m>jj_, if you do not see any error messages then, most likely, it is normal
16:30<s_i_m>xbayrockx, how did you install vncserver?
16:30<jj_> < not according to this
16:30<babilen>jj_: You most likely want "aptitude full-upgrade". Which version of Debian are you using?
16:30<jj_>Linux dhcppc1 2.6.32-5-686 #1 SMP Wed May 18 07:08:50 UTC 2011 i686 GNU/Linux
16:30<jj_>that one
16:30<xbayrockx>apt-get install vncserver
16:31<xbayrockx>i think
16:31-!-mode/#debian [+l 486] by debhelper
16:31<babilen>jj_: So squeeze? Try "aptitude full-upgrade" and check if that finds a solution faster. I would be interested in seeing the output. ( )
16:31-!-conia [~conia@] has joined #debian
16:32<jj_>the output of dull upgrade
16:32-!-conia [~conia@] has left #debian []
16:32-!-edbian [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:32<babilen>jj_: Indeed
16:32<jj_>open: 191148; closed: 95636; defer: 510; conflict: 78 <is safe-upgrade when cancelled
16:33<babilen>jj_: That is "aptitude safe-upgrade" not "aptitude full-upgrade" I presume?
16:33<jj_>just though id show u for comparison
16:33-!-Blacker47 [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
16:33<babilen>jj_: So, please run the latter and show me the output :)
16:33-!-andrea [~andrea@] has joined #debian
16:34-!-andrea [~andrea@] has quit []
16:34<jj_>it running process now
16:35-!-stoffepojken [] has joined #debian
16:35*jj_ just popped to local shop need some smokes
16:35<jj_>can only show u half of it
16:35<babilen>jj_: Throw in your sources.list, "aptitude search ~U" and "apt-cache policy" too
16:35<jj_>rest of it it dispersed from screen
16:36<jj_>just like that ?
16:36<jj_>why ?
16:36<dpkg>The enter key is not a substitute for punctuation. Hitting enter unnecessarily makes it difficult to follow what you are saying. Consider using ',', '. ', ';', '...', '---', or ':' instead. If you hit enter too often, you will be autokicked by debhelper for flooding the channel.
16:36<s_i_m>xbayrockx, what you see should not happen on a stable install. check if you have any old libraries lying in /usr/local etc.
16:37<xbayrockx>what am i looking for ?
16:37<jj_>is the output of full-upgrade as much as i could give you
16:38<babilen>jj_: May I see your sources.list and "apt-cache policy" out too? To you attempt to upgrade to wheezy or sid?
16:38-!-dimonov [] has joined #debian
16:39-!-eliad [~Eliad@] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
16:39<s_i_m>xbayrockx, have you ever installed any libraries from source on your system?
16:39-!-jrib [] has joined #debian
16:39<xbayrockx>i might have
16:39<xbayrockx>im new, how can i check
16:39<s_i_m>look in /usr/local/lib
16:39<xbayrockx>its a fresh install but ive been trying to install vncserver so just putting in commands
16:40<xbayrockx>it only has python
16:40-!-davyg [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:40<xbayrockx>its debian 6.01a
16:40<xbayrockx>is that ok?
16:40<s_i_m>xbayrockx, should be
16:41<xbayrockx>then whats going on? :S
16:41<s_i_m>have you interrupted an install somehow?
16:41-!-mOnDY [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
16:42-!-grosen [] has joined #debian
16:42<s_i_m>xbayrockx, try aptitude install -f
16:42-!-feldmaus_ [] has joined #debian
16:42<xbayrockx>it asks if another process is using it
16:43<xbayrockx>and says something is already installing packages
16:43<s_i_m>quit all other instances of aptitude, etc.
16:43<xbayrockx>should i reoot
16:43-!-repiwm [] has joined #debian
16:44-!-Honeyman [] has quit [Quit: Ухожу я от вас (xchat 2.4.5 или старше)]
16:44<s_i_m>xbayrockx, you may have an installation process running
16:44<xbayrockx>rebooting will fix that though right
16:44-!-jobar [] has left #debian [Saindo]
16:44<s_i_m>well, okay
16:44<SynrG>MrFrood: in small quantities, yes :p
16:44<jj_>where do i get apt-cache polciy from sources list sure
16:44-!-Lucky_S [] has joined #debian
16:45-!-Lucky_S [] has quit []
16:46-!-MAXmark [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:46<xbayrockx>ok s_i_m, i did the -f option and it asks me if i want to install some packages
16:46<xbayrockx>one of them is the libstd 6, but now its asking me for a CD
16:46-!-barbanegra [~libertad@2001:1291:234:0:7ae4:ff:fe00:7a83] has joined #debian
16:46-!-grrrrrr [~libertad@2001:1291:234:0:7ae4:ff:fe00:7a83] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
16:47<babilen>jj_: You run "cat /etc/apt/sources.list" and "apt-cache policy" and paste the output to
16:47<jj_>babilen, <sources list, where do i get
16:47-!-kyr0 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
16:47-!-feldmaus4 [] has joined #debian
16:47<s_i_m>xbayrockx, answer yes
16:48-!-lirtex [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:48-!-and1bm [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:48-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has joined #debian
16:48<babilen>jj_: o_O -- you have *quite* a mess there. Please paste the output of "apt-cache policy" -- Which version of Debian are you trying to run?
16:48-!-feldmaus1 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:49<jj_>i updated it
16:49<jj_>im running debian netinst
16:49<jj_>and im installin ispcp
16:49<dpkg>The enter key is not a substitute for punctuation. Hitting enter unnecessarily makes it difficult to follow what you are saying. Consider using ',', '. ', ';', '...', '---', or ':' instead. If you hit enter too often, you will be autokicked by debhelper for flooding the channel.
16:49<s_i_m>xbayrockx, do you have the CD?
16:49<jj_>oops , sorry , like this , no problem
16:49<xbayrockx>it went through and installed that stuff
16:49-!-vorlon078 [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
16:50<babilen>jj_: Which *version* of Debian are you trying to run? Stable? Testing? Unstable? -- But honestly ... I refuse to support that.
16:50<xbayrockx>vncpasswd: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
16:50<xbayrockx>im still getting this error
16:50<jj_>i need stable and non free
16:50-!-CyberDomovoy [~cd@] has quit [Quit: Quitte]
16:51-!-notrev [~everton@] has joined #debian
16:51-!-mode/#debian [+l 480] by debhelper
16:51-!-dyek [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
16:51<babilen>jj_: You have testing, unstable and a number of third-party repositories in there. Sorry, make up your mind what you are trying to run and let me know.
16:51<jj_>i want to run stable and non-free > need non-free for flash etc
16:51<jj_>and im installing ispcp
16:52-!-llutz [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
16:52-!-feldmaus_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:52<s_i_m>xbayrockx, that is strange. either the CD is damaged somehow or something is very wrong
16:53<s_i_m>can you access the net?
16:53<jj_>deb squeeze main contrib non-free deb squeeze/updates main contrib non-free i need these 2 for ispcp
16:53<s_i_m>on that machine?
16:53<babilen>jj_: Then remove every trace of testing, unstable, debian-unofficial, marillat, ... from your sources.list so you *only* have squeeze, squeeze/updates and squeeze-updates in there.
16:53-!-korencia [~korencia@] has joined #debian
16:54<s_i_m>xbayrockx, try commenting out the CD lines in /etc/apt/sources.list and place there any of the debian mirrors
16:54<babilen>jj_: You *may* add backports -- /msg dpkg bdo -- You should ask dpkg about: <sources.list> <contrib> <non-free sources> <squeeze-updates> and <security> -- E.g: /msg dpkg sources.list
16:54-!-CharlesLehman [~noctis@] has left #debian []
16:54<s_i_m>xbayrockx, deb stable main contrib non-free
16:55<s_i_m>xbayrockx, a line like this
16:55<babilen>jj_: Please do not mix repositories like that in your sources.list as it will just cause pain.
16:55<xbayrockx>is that line sufficient ?
16:55-!-marcaurel [] has joined #debian
16:56-!-feldmaus [] has joined #debian
16:56<s_i_m>xbayrockx, yes, for now. then do aptitude update && aptitude install -f
16:56-!-cahoot [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:56<jj_>babilen, better ?
16:57-!-Caroll [~caroll@] has quit [Quit: Saindo]
16:57<jj_>sorry i 4got marillaet
16:57-!-Jenion [] has joined #debian
16:58<xbayrockx>what sthe diff between apt-get and aptitude
16:58-!-eknahm [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
16:59<s_i_m>two different frontends, basically.
16:59<xbayrockx>it didnt install anything now
16:59<jj_>babilen, i fixed it is that looking ok updated same pastebin
16:59-!-frh [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
16:59<babilen>jj_: I was talking about something like:
17:00<babilen>!tell xbayrockx -about why aptitude
17:00<babilen>!tell xbayrockx -about why not aptitude
17:00<ompaul>jj_: you have etch stable sid in there against your marillat
17:00<jj_>babilen, is that inlcuding the 2 repos i need for ispcp ?
17:00<babilen>jj_: You had a lot of duplicated entries in there with different specifications.
17:00<s_i_m>xbayrockx, try running ldconfig as root
17:00<ompaul>jj_: which is more than nuts it is insane
17:01<xbayrockx>should i do sudo -c 'ldconfig' ?
17:01-!-Jenion [] has quit []
17:01<s_i_m>sudo ldconfig
17:01-!-natx [~nrbutler@airbears-136-152-7-85.AirBears.Berkeley.EDU] has joined #debian
17:01<xbayrockx>im root anyway
17:01-!-michael [] has joined #debian
17:01<xbayrockx>it ran but there was no output
17:01<s_i_m>then just ldconfig
17:01<jj_>i copied yours babilen does it include the 2 i mentioned above for ispcp
17:01<babilen>jj_: ispcp is *not* packaged for debian -- you might want to use one of the packaged alternatives such as those listed in "/msg dpkg free whcp"
17:01<s_i_m>try vncserver now
17:01<jj_>its from dpkg
17:01<xbayrockx>same thing
17:01-!-michael [] has left #debian []
17:02<babilen>!tell jj_ -about ispcp
17:02<babilen>jj_: I'm out .. good luck!
17:02<s_i_m>xbayrockx, hm/
17:02-!-amphi [~amphi@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:02<jj_>so why does dpkg suggest it to you
17:02-!-feldmaus4 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:03<xbayrockx>how can i find it what libstdc i have
17:03-!-marcaurel [] has quit [Quit: Verlassend]
17:03-!-devnet [~devnet@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:03-!-natx [~nrbutler@airbears-136-152-7-85.AirBears.Berkeley.EDU] has quit []
17:04<s_i_m>xbayrockx, ldd /usr/bin/vncpaswd
17:04-!-michael [] has joined #debian
17:04-!-michael [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:04<xbayrockx>root@debian-6870:/lib# ldd /usr/bin/vncpasswd
17:04<xbayrockx> => (0x00007ffff3d62000)
17:04<xbayrockx> => /lib/ (0x00007f4bd0acf000)
17:04-!-grosen [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:05<s_i_m>xbayrockx, i looked back in the history
17:05<s_i_m>you have installed vncserver into /usr/local/bin
17:05<s_i_m>remove that thing
17:06<xbayrockx>how ?
17:06-!-jgarvey [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:06-!-jackyf [] has quit [Quit: KVIrc KVIrc Equilibrium 4.1.1, revision: 5639, sources date: 20110306, built on: 2011-04-12 20:37:03 UTC 5639]
17:06<s_i_m>xbayrockx, with rm
17:06-!-repiwm [] has quit [Quit: Saindo]
17:06<xbayrockx>ok done
17:06<xbayrockx>there is other stuff there too
17:07<xbayrockx>vncviewer etc
17:07<s_i_m>remove all that stuff
17:07-!-repiwm [] has joined #debian
17:07<s_i_m>and never install from source if do not know what you are doing
17:07<xbayrockx>ok lol
17:08<xbayrockx>now what?
17:08-!-SLot [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:08<xbayrockx>root@debian-6870:/usr/local/bin# aptitude install tightvncserver
17:08<xbayrockx>this ?
17:08-!-delameonicon [~me@] has joined #debian
17:08-!-delameonicon [~me@] has quit []
17:09<xbayrockx>it says no packages will be installed
17:09<s_i_m>then it already installed
17:09<xbayrockx>it thinks i have it installed already ?
17:09<xbayrockx>its working
17:09<xbayrockx>i think
17:09<xbayrockx>that stuff when i tried to custom install
17:09<xbayrockx>stuffed it up ?
17:10<xbayrockx>now i need to know how to set it uop
17:10<ompaul>xbayrockx: so the question is this - how long would it take you to back up your data do a clean install and be happy going forward?
17:10-!-repiwm [] has quit []
17:11-!-mode/#debian [+l 467] by debhelper
17:11-!-bluenemo_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:11-!-pipeep [] has joined #debian
17:12<xbayrockx>IT WORKS
17:12<xbayrockx>THANK YOU
17:12<ompaul>xbayrockx: the reason I ask is this, if you did a lot of "custom" stuff it might be the cheapest output
17:12-!-pickcoder [~blah@] has joined #debian
17:12<xbayrockx>i have no data on there, i did a clean install a couple of hours ago
17:12<s_i_m>xbayrockx, np
17:12<xbayrockx>and installed the GUI this time, because i knew its take me longer to install the GUI manually
17:13<ompaul>there is a debian way to do most things - ask and don't go breaking your machine :)
17:13<ompaul>much lower overhead
17:13-!-fox [~fox@] has joined #debian
17:13<xbayrockx>s_i_m was i trying to use my custom install rather than the one that was already installed?
17:14-!-tw0thr33 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:14-!-kusanagi [] has quit [Quit: bye irc!]
17:14<s_i_m>xbayrockx, you should use either the default one, or a customized one, but not a mixture of both installs
17:14-!-firefox [] has joined #debian
17:15-!-XeonBloomfield [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:18<xbayrockx>i have a python script
17:18<xbayrockx>how can i run that?
17:19-!-fox [~fox@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:19<robinetd>With python.
17:19<xbayrockx>so, the command ?
17:19<xbayrockx>maybe i dont have python installed
17:20-!-jespada [~jespada@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:20-!-rasmi [~rasmi@] has joined #debian
17:20-!-daniel [] has joined #debian
17:20<ompaul>xbayrockx: is there a debian way to work that out?
17:21-!-Odius [] has quit [Quit: Lähdössä]
17:21*ompaul wonders what apt-cache policy python and apt-cache search python do
17:21-!-daniel is now known as Guest5761
17:21-!-debheathen [~cdavis@] has joined #debian
17:22*robinetd blinks at ompaul.
17:22-!-cybersphinx [] has joined #debian
17:22<ompaul>robinetd: maybe I am dropping a clue from a height
17:22<s_i_m>ompaul, be simpler.
17:22<ompaul>s_i_m: ok
17:23<robinetd>ompaul: You paul o'malley?
17:23-!-ceipha [] has joined #debian
17:23<ompaul>xbayrockx: start here apt-cache search python then check to see if it is installed with the apt-cache policy
17:23<ompaul>robinetd: I hope so
17:24<xbayrockx>thats ok i got it
17:24<robinetd>ompaul: Long time no see <3
17:24<xbayrockx>aptitude gives you suggestions
17:24-!-Guest5761 [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
17:24<ompaul>robinetd: #debian-offtopic and there you can see people who have fun :)
17:24<ompaul>like me
17:24-!-kusanagi [] has joined #debian
17:25-!-rasmi [~rasmi@] has quit []
17:25<ceipha>Hi! I use Debian Squeeze and GNOME on my three machines, and found out that on each of them Control-V and Shift-Insert sometimes paste different text. Why so? I can't remember it was the case in Lenny.
17:26-!-felipe_berneira [~Felipe@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:26-!-korencia [~korencia@] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
17:27-!-jhutchins_lt [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:27-!-reddark [] has joined #debian
17:27-!-cybersphinx_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:27-!-ubuntu [~ubuntu@] has joined #debian
17:28-!-ubuntu is now known as Guest5764
17:28-!-Kaimei is now known as zz_Kaimei
17:29-!-Guest5764 [~ubuntu@] has left #debian []
17:29<s_i_m>ceipha, there is a CLIPBOARD and a PRIMARY selection in X
17:30-!-brunoramos [~brunoramo@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:31-!-korencia [~korencia@] has joined #debian
17:31-!-korencia [~korencia@] has left #debian []
17:32<ceipha>s_i_m, were they not somehow synchronized in previous versions?
17:33<s_i_m>ceipha, they were always separate, but there were always buggy software not using them properly
17:34<pickcoder>people have fun on IRC?
17:34-!-Ruusento is now known as away_Ruusento
17:34<s_i_m>pickcoder, is this a question?
17:34-!-jhutchins_lt [] has joined #debian
17:35<pickcoder>sorry.. wrong punctuation
17:35-!-dudz_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:36<xbayrockx>how can i get latest drivers for my ati card
17:36<xbayrockx>in debian
17:36<ceipha>s_i_m, well, my experience was that they were the same in Lenny, and for some time in testing Squeeze. Anyway, thanks for data, I've become a bit smarter now ;)
17:36<jj_>can sum one tell me how i check my console is using dash plz dpkg dont tell me
17:36<dpkg>To use an ATI/AMD graphics card with Debian, ask me about <radeon>, <fglrx>. Installing proprietary drivers from (i.e. with the ATI Driver Installer) is not supported in #debian, please go to #ati (
17:37<s_i_m>jj_, I bet your console is not using dash.
17:37<jj_>im using debian sqeeze
17:37<jhutchins_lt>s_i_m: It's the standard shell these days, isn't it?
17:37<s_i_m>jj_, dash is for scripts
17:37<dpkg>Radeon is a brand of graphic processing units by ATI/AMD ( The radeon open source display driver is packaged for Debian as xserver-xorg-video-radeon, optionally install libgl1-mesa-dri for 3D acceleration. Also ask me about <radeon firmware>. #radeon on For the proprietary driver, see <fglrx>.
17:37-!-Volley [] has joined #debian
17:37<ompaul>jj_: env | grep bin
17:38<jhutchins_lt>s_i_m: I think you'll find it's the standard shell as well
17:38<s_i_m>jhutchins_lt, the standard interactive shell for Debian is bash.
17:39-!-Black_Prince [~Prince@] has quit [Quit: In /dev/null none can hear you scream.]
17:40-!-ceipha [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:40-!-janos_ [~janos@] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
17:42<pickcoder>squeeze has dash as required and lenny as optional
17:42-!-jgoppert [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:42<pickcoder>yet bash is also required on both
17:43-!-GrandNin [] has joined #debian
17:43<GrandNin>Quelqu'un en ligne là?
17:43<s_i_m>pickcoder, no conflicts at all.
17:43<jhutchins_lt>pickcoder: Nah, you can have as many shells as you want.
17:44<GrandNin>Oh mon Dieu, des Anglais
17:44<jhutchins_lt>sh usually just links to bash, though it may link to dash now...
17:44<pickcoder>jhutchins_lt: of course.. but there is a default configured for user shells
17:44-!-GrandNin [] has quit []
17:44-!-george_gr [] has left #debian [Αποχώρησε]
17:44<s_i_m>pickcoder, and that is bash
17:44<jhutchins_lt>...nope, still links to bash.
17:44<pickcoder>not according to the info for dash under squeeze
17:45<pickcoder>, it is used as the default system shell on Debian systems
17:45<s_i_m>jhutchins_lt, try reconfiguring dash, I think it asks on install
17:45<jhutchins_lt>pickcoder: I thought I'd seen that too - where did you find that?
17:45-!-Nik05 [~Nik05@] has joined #debian
17:45<pickcoder>apt-cache show dash (squeeze)
17:45<ompaul>pickcoder: basic install of squeeze is bash at least here
17:46<pickcoder>lenny suggests you can alternatively use it by linking to /bin/sh
17:46<s_i_m>pickcoder, do you understand the difference between /bin/sh and an interactive shell?
17:46<daemonkeeper>pickcoder: bash is used as standard shell, dash is used as standard shell for boot scripts (i.e. /bin/sh). There was indeed a (not so serious) dicussion to degrade bash
17:47<pickcoder>I digress
17:47-!-dutchfish [] has quit [Quit: Splash, leaving the bowl]
17:48<jhutchins_lt>s_i_m: You do understand that sh can also be used as an interactive shell?
17:48<s_i_m>jhutchins_lt, is that a rhetoric question?
17:49-!-asdasd [] has joined #debian
17:49-!-asdasd [] has quit []
17:49-!-ompaul [~ompaul@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:50-!-feldmaus2 [] has joined #debian
17:51-!-mode/#debian [+l 460] by debhelper
17:51-!-madgino [] has joined #debian
17:52-!-madgino [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
17:52<Nik05>can someone help me with preferred applications? Its still not working here :(
17:52<Nik05>If I start a .avi file its starting with tott player (or something) and not vlc
17:53<jhutchins_lt>daemonkeeper: sh is linked to /bin/bash here. I thought the new dash-optimized scripts called it directly.
17:53-!-dellubuntu [] has joined #debian
17:53<jhutchins_lt>Nik05: What desktop?
17:53<Nik05>a changed the command line in PreferredApplications-Multimedia to vlc
17:53<daemonkeeper>jhutchins_lt: You perhaps upgraded from Lenny then
17:54-!-Se-bash [] has joined #debian
17:54<jhutchins_lt>daemonkeeper: Ah, you're right, that window is the lenny box. Squeeze links sh to dash.
17:55<pickcoder>daemonkeeper: yeah that's probably the reason. I have an upgrade box here that still links bash
17:55<pickcoder>so the new scripts call dash directly then, which is why two possible system shells are required
17:55<pickcoder>(not that I really care one way or another)
17:56<jhutchins_lt>pickcoder: Lots of scripts use bash-specific syntax (in which case they call bash).
17:56<jhutchins_lt>pickcoder: Easier to include it than to go through and de-bash them all.
17:56<pickcoder>jhutchins_lt: then dash shouldn't be noted as the "default system shell" under squeeze
17:56<pickcoder>but I guess for _new installs_ it's true
17:57<themill>it's the default /bin/sh, it's not the default login shell. "system shell" doesn't really have any meaning.
17:57-!-feldmaus [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:57-!-don18 [] has joined #debian
17:57<themill>pickcoder: users are encouraged to switch /bin/sh to dash during the lenny->squeeze upgrade as well.
17:58<pickcoder>descriptions are worthless anyway
17:58-!-Nik05 [~Nik05@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
17:58-!-sylar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:58-!-maalac [] has joined #debian
17:58-!-dellubuntu [] has left #debian [Verlassend]
17:58-!-maalac [] has left #debian []
18:00-!-jim_ [] has joined #debian
18:01-!-pipeep [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
18:01-!-alkmim [] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
18:01-!-jrib [] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.3.6-dev]
18:02-!-user [] has joined #debian
18:03<xbayrockx>im having troubles installing drivers for my gfx card
18:03-!-user [] has quit []
18:03<jim_>this my first time on irc how do i bring up a list of rooms
18:04-!-firefox [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:04<don18>xbayrockx, what version?
18:04<don18>jim_, type /list
18:04<xbayrockx>what version of what?
18:04-!-sylar [] has joined #debian
18:04<vrkalak>jim_: depends on how and what app you used to connect with IRC?
18:04<xbayrockx>i have an ati 6870 card, using debian 6.01a
18:04<daemonkeeper>jim_: Rooms are called channels. Your client should know. /list works, but tends to get unreadable on large networks, your client may have a nifty frontend for it
18:04-!-kevin8t8 [] has joined #debian
18:04-!-lelamal [~quassel@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:04<don18>xbayrockx, which version of debian, and what specific card?
18:05<jim_>im using smuxi
18:05<xbayrockx>i told you ?
18:05-!-jj_ [~jj@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
18:05<jim_>thanks for ur guys patience im newbie to linux
18:05-!-alkmim_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:06-!-reddark [] has left #debian [Konversation terminated!]
18:06-!-towo` [~torsten_w@] has quit [Quit: so, nu isser wech]
18:06<daemonkeeper>jim_: Never heard of that. Maybe you will find a menu entry pointing to it. Try right click on the server tab / server window or so
18:06<don18>xbayrockx, thanks. do they not install, or do they install and then not do what you expect?
18:06<meebey>jim_: in the menu its Chat -> Find Group Chat
18:07<meebey>asking that question on #smuxi would have been better though ;)
18:07<xbayrockx>root@debian-6870:~# aticonfig --initial
18:07<xbayrockx>aticonfig: No supported adapters detected
18:08<jim_>ok i need a new chat client any ideas?
18:08<s_i_m>xchat, maybe
18:08<pickcoder>telnet is fun.. heh
18:08<vrkalak>jim_: XChat?
18:09<daemonkeeper>There are about 21837124 IRC clients
18:09<meebey>if smuxi is too complicated for you, you will fail with the others ;)
18:09<pickcoder>Xchat is probably the easiest to pick up
18:09<babilen>!tell xbayrockx about radeon
18:09<s_i_m>smuxi seems to be not complete yet
18:09<don18>xbayrockx, yeah its a fairly new card so should be OK? Can you get any output at all from it?
18:09<babilen>!tell xbayrockx about fglrx dkms
18:09<meebey>s_i_m: has more features than xchat
18:09<jim_>ok im gonna try xchat
18:09<s_i_m>at least, look at this:
18:10-!-oscar [~oscar@] has joined #debian
18:10<meebey>s_i_m: /list command is useless, instead it has a full blown GUI solution
18:10<meebey>to find and join channels, no command needed at all
18:11-!-mode/#debian [+l 454] by debhelper
18:11<jim_>well i click on the smuxi tab and nothing
18:11<xbayrockx>where is the sources.list kept ?
18:11<meebey>I said menu, not smuxi tab
18:11<daemonkeeper>xbayrockx: /etc/apt/
18:11-!-oscar [~oscar@] has quit []
18:11<jim_>wheres menu
18:11<meebey>below the window border?
18:12<meebey>err window title
18:12<meebey>that is called menu
18:12<s_i_m>meebey, well, maybe. I am not trying to say that smuxi is useless. I have not tried it yet.
18:12<jhutchins_lt>xbayrockx: lspci | grep VGA
18:13<jim_>damn this smuxi lol
18:13<jim_>ther is no menu anywhere
18:13<s_i_m>jim_, do not fight with it, it will bite :)
18:13<nyov>,versions virtualbox
18:13<judd>Package virtualbox on i386 -- sid: 4.0.8-dfsg-2; wheezy: 4.0.8-dfsg-2
18:13<meebey>I am pretty sure he uses some kind of global menu, say ubuntu interface
18:14-!-pipeep [] has joined #debian
18:14<nyov>how come there is a new virtualbox package in bpo? is it not supposed to be virtualbox-ose ?
18:14<jim_>ya i have ubunt
18:14-!-don18 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
18:14<daemonkeeper>Uhh, bad answer :>
18:14<daemonkeeper>Now you are fully off-topic here, I mean more than before
18:15-!-whirli [] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal]
18:15<jim_>im downloading xchat gnome
18:15-!-janos_ [~janos@] has joined #debian
18:16<pickcoder>nyov: could it be a meta package
18:16<gsimmons>nyov: The source package was renamed to 'virtualbox'; the metapackages were not backported TTBOMK.
18:16<daemonkeeper>Why would anyone backport a meta package?
18:16<nyov>pickcoder: doesn't look like one
18:17-!-jim_ [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:17<pickcoder>,versions virtualbox-ose
18:17<judd>Package virtualbox-ose on i386 -- lenny: 1.6.6-dfsg-3; lenny-backports: 3.2.4-dfsg-1~bpo50+1; squeeze: 3.2.10-dfsg-1; squeeze-backports: 4.0.4-dfsg-2~bpo60+1; sid: 4.0.8-dfsg-2; wheezy: 4.0.8-dfsg-2
18:17-!-magnetic_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:18<s_i_m>meebey, xchat has a similar feature.
18:19<nyov>maybe my apt cache is being difficult again?
18:19-!-Volley [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:19<xbayrockx>im getting no adapters supported
18:20<xbayrockx>no supported adapters detected
18:20<xbayrockx>and i dollowed the guide
18:20-!-Howl [] has joined #debian
18:20-!-mroussel [] has joined #debian
18:21-!-Protcron [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
18:21-!-mroussel [] has quit []
18:22-!-firefox [] has joined #debian
18:23<nyov>this virtualbox version 'supersedes' my upstream virtualbox package, so I was wondering if vbox' policy changed or if it is rather the OSE without *-ose appended?
18:26<nyov>oh, so I see the *-ose packages are transitions now
18:30-!-s_i_m [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:30-!-gnusosa_ [~gnusosa_@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
18:30-!-Katai [~xxx@] has joined #debian
18:30-!-Miguel0n [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:31-!-Stoney [] has joined #debian
18:31<nyov>So I guess my question is, does debian's virtualbox support usb-passthrough now?
18:32-!-dspace [] has joined #debian
18:32<ZykoticK9_>nyov, no -OSE doesn't support USB, use Oracle's version if you want that feature
18:33-!-melmothX [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:33<themill>I thought it did now
18:34<ZykoticK9_>really? that would be cool.
18:36-!-magyar [] has joined #debian
18:37-!-bst_ [] has joined #debian
18:37-!-ethan [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:38-!-test [] has joined #debian
18:38<ml|>I think vbox-ose does support usb now, atleast a I see an option for that now
18:39-!-edbian [] has joined #debian
18:40<nyov>any idea where I can find some info on that s/-ose// transition? would be nice if I can go back to debian's package
18:40-!-notrev [~everton@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:40-!-OkropNick [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:40-!-bst [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:41<test>hi, newbie needing some help with login loop here, anyone willing?
18:41<ZykoticK9_>Sure enough, looks like with version 4 the OSE/Non-OSE are the same according to
18:42-!-s_i_m [] has joined #debian
18:42-!-ceoccarter [] has joined #debian
18:42<nyov>ZykoticK9_: thanks, found nothing in the changelogs or forums ;)
18:42-!-feldmaus_ [] has joined #debian
18:42<nyov>test: explain
18:42-!-aroundthfur [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:42-!-firefox [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:44-!-ceoccarter [] has quit []
18:44-!-bst [] has joined #debian
18:45-!-bst is now known as Guest5772
18:45-!-Guest5772 is now known as bst
18:46<test>whenever i login with my first (actual) user account, comes a black screen like the logout screen for a quick second (can't tell exactly what it is) and send me back to the user&password input; i somehow circumvent the problem by adding this new account via terminal now, but the actual account still have this problem
18:47-!-jardel [] has joined #debian
18:47-!-ceoccarter [] has joined #debian
18:48-!-nardev_ [~nardev@] has joined #debian
18:48<nyov>test: can you login to this account on a terminal?
18:48<jardel>i am from brazilian
18:48<dpkg>Este canal é apenas em inglês. Por favor, use #debian-br (/j #debian-br) para ajuda em portugues.
18:49<test>you mean the first? yeah, i can login from terminal but doesn't really help me much there
18:49-!-matteo [~matteo@] has joined #debian
18:49-!-feldmaus2 [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:49-!-matteo [~matteo@] has quit []
18:49-!-bst_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:50-!-jimbodoors [~jimbo@] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
18:50-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
18:50<jardel>I'm not the plugin's sound xubuntu.
18:50-!-hereforfun [~hereforfu@] has joined #debian
18:51<nyov>test: maybe your window manager fails, have you tried starting the session with another WM?
18:51<jardel>help me?
18:51<themill>!ubuntu-br jardel
18:51<dpkg>jardel: Este canal e para suportar o Debian em Ingles. Por favor, /server depois /join #ubuntu-br.
18:52<test>sorry, absolute beginner here..., don't really get your point
18:52<nyov>test: are you using Gnome and GDM, or KDE?
18:53-!-freex [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:53-!-q66 [~quaker66@] has quit [Quit: Leaving..]
18:53<nyov>test: if you can login on the terminal, you could try to 'startx' and see if that works correctly
18:54-!-nardev [~nardev@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:54-!-ubuntu [~ubuntu@] has joined #debian
18:54<nyov>test: meaning, login on that first account and then run 'startx'
18:54-!-salman [~salman@] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
18:54-!-ubuntu is now known as Guest5773
18:54-!-jj_ [~adminsitr@] has joined #debian
18:54-!-tlyu [~tlyu@SARNATH.MIT.EDU] has quit [Quit: leaving]
18:54<jardel>sorry, but in which terminal?
18:55<jj_>can sum1 tell me how i change the username i resintalled debian becuase of the bad packages there was to many to remove them all but i made a typo i need to change my username is there an easy way to do this
18:55<test>@nyov: i'll try that, brb
18:55-!-sylar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
18:55-!-test [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:56<daemonkeeper>jj_: usermod
18:56<jardel>sorry, I do not understand you.
18:56<daemonkeeper>jardel: We aren't talking to you
18:57-!-tlyu [~tlyu@SARNATH.MIT.EDU] has joined #debian
18:57<jardel>ok, sorry.
18:58<jj_>daemonkeep usermod not found :(
18:58<jardel>could you help me?
18:58<jj_>nvm need to eb root
18:58-!-pickcoder [~blah@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
18:59<nyov>jardel: you are using ubuntu, you should go to the #ubuntu support channel on freenode
18:59<daemonkeeper>Or even #ubuntu-br, as themill suggested
18:59-!-test [] has joined #debian
18:59<nyov>welll if he likes to talk english ;)
19:00-!-Guest5773 [~ubuntu@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
19:00-!-redbandit [] has joined #debian
19:00<jardel>I use xubuntu
19:00-!-sylar [] has joined #debian
19:00<daemonkeeper>who wants to translate "based on debian" to portugese? ;)
19:00<jardel>I sound without the plugin.
19:01<nyov>jardel: I don't know if there is an #xubuntu channel, but the people in #ubunut can tell you that
19:01-!-hereforfun [~hereforfu@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
19:01<nyov>#ubuntu even
19:01-!-rynx [~thyx@] has joined #debian
19:01<ZykoticK9_>nyov, there is an #xubuntu channel as well. jardel
19:02<jardel>could show me?
19:02-!-freex [] has joined #debian
19:02-!-toote [~toote@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
19:02-!-blazsek [] has joined #debian
19:03<test>@nyov: on the login screen, ctrl+alt f2 and from that terminal 'startx' doesnt do anything; from the recovery terminal > "user not authorized to run the x server, aborting"
19:03-!-oooiii [] has joined #debian
19:03-!-blazsek [] has quit []
19:03<jj_>daemonkeeper is this command right '? usermod --l adminsitrator admin
19:03-!-jardel [] has left #debian [Saindo]
19:04<daemonkeeper>Sounds about right
19:04-!-yanli [] has joined #debian
19:04-!-oooiii [] has quit []
19:04<daemonkeeper>-l though
19:04<jj_>if i do -l user admin dont exist
19:04-!-GataMadrina [] has joined #debian
19:05<jj_>admisitrator is wrong it need to be admin instead
19:05<nyov>test: i'm not sure if 'startx' works when gdm/xdm is still running, did startx give you any output at all?
19:06-!-toto42 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
19:06<test>*scratch head* - sorry again, total newbie, don't really get it
19:07-!-jj_ [~adminsitr@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
19:07<nyov>test: other question ;) did you maybe remove any hidden/dotfiles from your users home directory?
19:08-!-jj_ [~adminsitr@] has joined #debian
19:08<ZykoticK9_>nyov, test "startx -- :1" would start a second X session if GDM/etc is already started (i don't think that's your issue with the "user not authorized" error though)
19:08<jj_>ok im lost i did commands and username is the same can somone tell me exactly what the command should be plz for usermod to change adminsitrator to admin plz
19:09<daemonkeeper>I told you. You need to logout to make the change visible.
19:09<test>not that i'm aware of... it worked perfectly yesterday, then today this stupid login loop happened
19:09<jj_>i did logout
19:10<jj_>daemon i did logout and logged back in and it is the same :'(
19:10<nyov>ZykoticK9_: I don't know anything about a recovery terminal though, do you maybe?
19:10<daemonkeeper>So you did use usermod wrong
19:10-!-redbandit [] has left #debian [Leaving]
19:10-!-krayn [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
19:10<ZykoticK9_>nyov, no idea! sorry.
19:11-!-mode/#debian [+l 448] by debhelper
19:11<nyov>ZykoticK9_: ok, any other ideas welcome :p
19:11<BigCashMoneyPlaya>hi- i need to make a user have no password, how do i do that?
19:11-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:12-!-BigCashMoneyPlaya is now known as DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame
19:12<nyov>test: what do you mean by recovery terminal?
19:12<nyov>alt+f8 or something?
19:12<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>is that even possible?
19:12<s_i_m>BigCashMoneyPlaya, perhaps, you want the autologin feature?
19:13<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>i don't want to use keys
19:13<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>this is on a totally local network, so security is not an issue
19:13<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>it will be for the user 'source' on the box that hosts our bazaar repository
19:14<test>well, at the login screen, i have this 4 choice: *recovery terminal, *user modified, *xfce and *xubuntu sessions, i think
19:14<akerl>DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame: Security is *always* an issue
19:15-!-wannabe [] has joined #debian
19:15<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>akerl- well, right now the password is not a strong one
19:15<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>it's just the username
19:15-!-wannabe [] has quit []
19:15<akerl>DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame: That's what we call a fail
19:15<s_i_m>DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame, passwd -d But I hope you know what you are doing.
19:15<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>that's what i call a fail as well,
19:15<akerl>DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame: And your solution is to have no password?
19:16<nyov>test: what happens if you run 'user modified' ? (i should send you to #ubuntu, but I'll pretend I didn't see that)
19:16-!-isaac1024 [~isaac1024@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
19:17-!-gkaklas [~gkaklas@] has joined #debian
19:17-!-jj_ [~adminsitr@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
19:17<test>:) - same deal, looping...
19:18-!-maum [~maum@] has quit [Quit: 전 이만 갑니다.]
19:19-!-kusanagi [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:19<nyov>now i'm stumped. is xfce using xdm?
19:19-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
19:20<daemonkeeper>Desktop environments are usually display manager agnostic
19:21-!-garybaldy [] has joined #debian
19:21<daemonkeeper>That said, it is perhaps using gdm as xfce us using GTK
19:21<ZykoticK9_>nyov, sounds like test is using xubuntu... are you sure you want to be troubleshooting that?
19:21-!-garybaldy [] has quit []
19:22<nyov>ZykoticK9_: yeah I know, my problem if I do
19:22-!-alkmim_ [~alkmim@] has joined #debian
19:22<nyov>ZykoticK9_: though I'm not sure I can help anyhow ;)
19:22-!-alkmim [~alkmim@] has joined #debian
19:22<daemonkeeper>Note the x in xdm stands for X11, not xfce.
19:22<nyov>daemonkeeper: I know
19:22<ZykoticK9_>nyov, sorry, I saw your reply re:ubuntu afterwards. sorry.
19:22-!-msantana [msantana@SDF.ORG] has joined #debian
19:23-!-msantana is now known as Guest5779
19:23-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
19:23<nyov>ZykoticK9_: no, i think my response came out wrong, sorry
19:24<test>@ZykoticK9: hit the spot, as i said, newbie, got in the first channel available... : p
19:24-!-Guest5779 is now known as msantana
19:24<gkaklas>is X11 a display manager?
19:24<nyov>test: what happened when you ran 'startx' in Alt+F2 ?
19:24-!-kusanagi [] has joined #debian
19:24<ZykoticK9_>gkaklas, no X11 was the GUI that Xorg replaced
19:24-!-MrFrood [] has left #debian [WeeChat 0.3.4]
19:24<daemonkeeper>More than a GUI actually
19:25<nyov>test: did it flicker the screen, do nothing, give you some text?
19:25-!-MrFrood [] has joined #debian
19:25-!-ceoccarter [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
19:25<ZykoticK9_>daemonkeeper, do you want to explain the client/server which is somewhat backwards to typically understood as well ;)
19:26<daemonkeeper>Well, actually I was thinking about the libraries, hardware drivers, display painting frameworks etc.
19:26<gkaklas>so, what is the difference in gdm's, kdm's etc job with X11's one?
19:26<daemonkeeper>X11/Xorg is the base of all graphical/window display in (desktop) Linux environments.
19:27<daemonkeeper>Nothing, its a drop-in replacement. Its just pure, plain X11 looks ugly ;)
19:27<test>nope, no text, prob. blink once (not sure) or nothing and back to the prompt
19:27<daemonkeeper>However both large toolkits, GTK and Qt ultimately use X11 again
19:29<gkaklas>ok, thnx!
19:30-!-eknahm [] has joined #debian
19:30<gkaklas>may i ask what's the problem with test's machine? i just logon...
19:31-!-ao2 [~u@2001:1418:117::1] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
19:31<nyov>gkaklas: if you know, please do tell ;)
19:31-!-jv_ [] has joined #debian
19:32-!-edbian [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
19:32-!-dyfrgi_ [] has left #debian []
19:33<gkaklas>actually i can't figure out what is happening... i missed his question.
19:33<nyov>gkaklas: gdm won't login to xfce on one account, but it works on another one
19:33-!-edbian [] has joined #debian
19:35<gkaklas>? is it possible for xfce to run gdm? gdm stands for gnome display manager, its a seperate desktop environment...
19:36-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
19:36<daemonkeeper>gdm can start every given desktop environment, including xfce and KDE
19:37<nyov>test: that "user not authorized to run the x server, aborting" should probably tell us something, but I got no clue what
19:37-!-yowan [] has joined #debian
19:37-!-yowan [] has left #debian []
19:37<daemonkeeper>A display manager is no more than a (not so) tiny program which is automatically started with its only purpose to display a login display and the ability to start a window manager/desktop environment
19:38-!-GataMadrina [] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
19:38-!-maum [~maum@] has joined #debian
19:38-!-Halidith [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:39<gkaklas>aha... i think i start getting it.
19:39<ZykoticK9_>nyov, i searched for that error and found some people getting the same thing - but couldn't find an "easy" solution... test
19:40<nyov>ZykoticK9_: ubuntu specific?
19:40<ZykoticK9_>nyov, no i don't think so...
19:40<nyov>ZykoticK9_: also, thanks.
19:41-!-krayn [] has joined #debian
19:42<nyov>i wonder if startx should leave debug output on the console. there's no -v switch or anything apparently
19:42<gkaklas>i don't know, but, does gdm uses super powers (i mean sudo) to login into xfce? if so, maybe the user isn't in the sudoers file. just saying...
19:42-!-jv_ [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
19:43-!-Amorphous [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:43<ZykoticK9_>actually one of the "solutions" was to use sudo to startx - NOT a good idea in my opinion
19:43<nyov>test: can you switch back to Alt+F2, run 'sudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop' and then run 'startx'? you will lose your current login session though
19:43<nyov>ZykoticK9_: ouch
19:43-!-maum [~maum@] has quit [Quit: 전 이만 갑니다.]
19:44<test>@ZykoticK9: yep, googled it today at my univ. library, tried the 'supposed' solutions but none really works other than this one w/ the new user; but it doesn't really solve the problem with the first actual user account
19:44<nyov>test: if it doesn't work then, you'll have to run 'sudo /etc/init.d/gdm start' again to get the graphical login back
19:44-!-phdeswer [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:44<nyov>test: ok then scratch that, if we know it won't work anyway...
19:45-!-maum [~maum@] has joined #debian
19:45-!-sylar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:45<ZykoticK9_>test, FYI typing Z - y - k - o - t - i - c - K - 9 - _ is a PAIN, most IRC clients you can use Zy<TAB> to autocomplete nics
19:46-!-mardrop [~actor@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
19:46<s_i_m>test, as a workaround you may try doing dpkg-reconfigure x11-common and selecting "anyone"
19:46<test>thx 4 the info : )
19:48-!-krayn [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
19:48-!-MAXmark [] has joined #debian
19:48-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:48-!-sylar [] has joined #debian
19:51<s_i_m>test, have you already tried that?
19:52-!-Erbureth [~kvirc@] has joined #debian
19:53<Erbureth>is there a way to recover from failed build using git-buildpackage?
19:53-!-hackpa [~papo@] has joined #debian
19:53-!-hackpa [~papo@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
19:53<test>@s_i_m: that i'd try, cause one suggestion i tried was the 'dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg' or so ; and it did something, but as i read above x11 and not xfce...? brb
19:54<Erbureth>the build itself went fine, only the packaging failed, because of the obsolete file lists in debian/*.install
19:54-!-test [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
19:54-!-Amorphous [] has joined #debian
19:54<s_i_m>Erbureth, you may run fakeroot debian/rules binary
19:54<Erbureth>provided that i fixed those lists, is there a way to "resume", or do i have to rebuild everything from scratch?
19:56<Erbureth>s_i_m: thanks, i'll try that
19:56<s_i_m>debian/rules is a Makefile, so resuming a build is just natural
19:56-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
19:56-!-sylar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:57<Erbureth>so the invocation is make -f debian/rules?
19:57<s_i_m>(I will not comment on the recent trend of replacing make with the infamous dh script, though...)
19:57<Erbureth>or fakeroot make -f debian/rules
19:57<s_i_m>fakeroot debian/rules binary
19:57<s_i_m>debian/rules is an executable Makefile
19:58<s_i_m>look inside
19:58-!-jibel [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:58-!-test [] has joined #debian
19:58<Erbureth>ah, i see #!/usr/bin/make -f
19:59<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>hey- is star in debian?
19:59<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>like for making tarballs?
19:59<Erbureth>s_i_m: thanks a lot
19:59-!-jhutchins_lt [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
19:59<themill>dpkg: tell DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame about search
20:00<MrFrood>DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame: pick a shorter name next time please
20:00-!-edbian [] has quit [Quit: Bye]
20:00<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>!tell themill I already did that
20:00<Erbureth>s_i_m: thanks a lot
20:00<DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame>i didn't see it
20:01-!-mode/#debian [+l 442] by debhelper
20:01<Erbureth>sorry, bad window
20:01<s_i_m>Erbureth, np.
20:01<test>@s_i_m: nope, it did something, but the login loop is still there
20:01<s_i_m>test, there is also a loop?
20:01-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
20:01<s_i_m>test, what kind of?
20:02-!-jj [~admin@] has joined #debian
20:02<test>i took a better glimpse at the black screen after i put in the password, it does look like the logout black screen, i.e. it is possible that i was immediately logged out after the login....
20:03-!-salman [~salman@] has joined #debian
20:03<jj>ur probally going to laugh cus this is so stupid i managed to change my username to admin and i renamed the home directory to the new name but it is saying i cant login unless i correct the director adminstirator as it is missing i renamed it to admin .. what do i do to fix this ?
20:03<test>the loop: after login i got a black screen for like a second and it came back to the login screen
20:03<s_i_m>test, this seems like X server cannot start
20:04-!-sylar [] has joined #debian
20:04<s_i_m>test, ls -l /usr/bin/X
20:05<nyov>would that problem be logged in Xorg.0.log?
20:05<nyov>s_i_m: it works with another account, so X should be there
20:06<s_i_m>nyov, I belive it is there :) I wanted to see the permissions (just in case)
20:06<s_i_m>cuz you are on bubuntu
20:06<nyov>s_i_m: ah alright
20:06<test>that seems highly probable but is it possible that it only occur for one user?
20:06<test>btw "-rwsr-sr-x 1 root root 9628 2011-04-05 19:02 /usr/bin/X"
20:06<s_i_m>this looks good
20:06-!-rynx [~thyx@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:07<jj>how do i tell the debian system that my home directory is called admin now not administrator ? as it wont let me login?
20:07-!-arand [] has joined #debian
20:07<themill>jj: usermod
20:07<Erbureth>jj: i think you have to edit specific record in /etc/passwd
20:08<jj>so etc/passwd or usermod witch is best ?
20:08<Erbureth>jj: or usermod will do it for you :)
20:08<jj>ok ill brb i hope
20:08-!-jj [~admin@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
20:10<MrFrood>DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame: :(
20:10-!-_julian [] has joined #debian
20:11<nyov>test: ls -l /var/log/Xorg.*
20:11<Erbureth>How do i escape spaces in debian/*.install files? \(space) doesn't work
20:11-!-jan [] has joined #debian
20:11<nyov>test: is there an Xorg.1.log or an Xorg.0.log.old ?
20:11-!-jan is now known as Guest5786
20:11<s_i_m>Erbureth, spaces in filenames?
20:12<Erbureth>s_i_m: yes
20:12-!-essence [~quassel@] has joined #debian
20:12<themill>Erbureth: ? (wildcards work). But maybe you should rename the files....
20:12-!-Guest5786 [] has left #debian []
20:12-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
20:13<Erbureth>themill: thanks, i'll try that. i can't rename, it's Calligra suite
20:13-!-essence is now known as h3lg4rdh
20:13-!-rynx [~thyx@] has joined #debian
20:14-!-h3lg4rdh [~quassel@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:14-!-h3lg4rdh [~quassel@] has joined #debian
20:14<test>@nyov: Xorg.0.log (and .old)
20:14-!-system [~system@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
20:15<nyov>test: apt-get install pastebinit - then we can get your Xorg log pasted and hope the error is in there from your last try
20:15-!-h3lg4rdh [~quassel@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:16<s_i_m>Erbureth, themill, yeah, there seems to be nothing besides wildcards currently...
20:16<test>E: Could not open lock file /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (13: Permission denied)
20:16<test>E: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), are you root?
20:16-!-system [~system@] has joined #debian
20:16<nyov>test: run with sudo
20:17<Erbureth>test: do you have synaptic or aptitude runnign elsewhere?
20:18-!-_julian_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:18<test>with sudo comes:
20:18<test>Reading package lists... Done
20:18<test>Building dependency tree
20:18<test>Reading state information... Done
20:18<test>The following extra packages will be installed:
20:18<test> python-configobj
20:18-!-test was kicked from #debian by debhelper [use or /msg dpkg paste]
20:18<nyov>don't paste.. damn
20:19<s_i_m>going to sleep. oyasumi
20:19-!-test_ [] has joined #debian
20:19-!-s_i_m [] has quit [Quit: bye.]
20:19-!-nicholi [~nicholi@] has joined #debian
20:19-!-TaitenP [~TaitenP@] has joined #debian
20:20<nyov>test_: don't paste, just install it
20:20<test_>hahaha, any channel rules i just broke? : p
20:20-!-MrFrood [] has left #debian [WeeChat 0.3.4]
20:20<nicholi>how do you determine the name of a kernel module in order to load it ?
20:20-!-MrFrood [] has joined #debian
20:21<nyov>test_: yeah, that's why you install pastebinit right now, so you don't have to paste it here
20:21<nicholi>i want to load CONFIG_NETFILTER_XT_MATCH_MULTIPORT for use in iptables
20:21<test_>done, now what?
20:22-!-Xeross [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:22-!-rynx [~thyx@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:23-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:23<nicholi>sort of a generic question as i've wondered how you find what modules are available to install...
20:23<nicholi>how/where to look
20:23-!-khal [~khal@] has joined #debian
20:24<nyov>test_: run: pastebinit -b -i /var/log/Xorg.0.log.old
20:24-!-khal [~khal@] has quit []
20:25<nyov>and let's see that url (hope Xorg.0.log.old really is from your last failed attempt)
20:25-!-krutznikov [] has joined #debian
20:26-!-sun [] has joined #debian
20:27<sun>hi when i start x, then it seesm to read only some of my .xinitrc and not all of it. i get the window manager, but not xmodmap, which i have to type manually... any idea what's wrong?
20:27<SynrG>nicholi: re your earlier question, perhaps: ls -R /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/net/netfilter
20:27<MrFrood>sun: what commandd in .xinitrc to start your wm?
20:28<MrFrood>sun: full command?
20:28<sun>that's the whole command in .xinitrc to start i3, seems to work... is there supposed to be more?
20:28-!-arand [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:28<nicholi>SynrG: ahh thanks :)
20:29<MrFrood>sun: yes
20:29<MrFrood>sun: try
20:29<nicholi>i see i also could have done modprobe -l :p stupid me
20:29<nicholi>nice to know the location though too
20:29<MrFrood>exec ck-launch-session i3
20:29<SynrG>as for modules outside the kernel tree, the easiest ones to deal with have -dkms packages
20:30<test_>@nyov: what about the site?
20:30<nyov>test_: pastebinit should give you an URL back, please post that
20:31-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
20:32<nyov>test_: nvm, found it
20:33<nyov>test_: looks good, actually. maybe X didn't even start logging
20:34-!-sylar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:34-!-krutznikov [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
20:35-!-Slt_Prtzl [~Slt_Prtzl@] has joined #debian
20:36-!-sylar [] has joined #debian
20:37-!-piesenelagua [~piesenela@] has left #debian []
20:37-!-franki^ [] has joined #debian
20:37-!-piesenelagua [~piesenela@] has joined #debian
20:37-!-caoxiaomin [~caoxiaomi@] has joined #debian
20:38-!-franki^ [] has left #debian []
20:40-!-maro [~maro@] has joined #debian
20:40-!-vrkalak [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
20:40-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:41-!-edbian [] has joined #debian
20:41-!-caoxiaomin [~caoxiaomi@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:41-!-jhutchins_lt [] has joined #debian
20:42-!-maro [~maro@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:44<Erbureth>seems like packaging calligra suite is quite too much a bite for me... :/
20:44-!-jeflui [] has joined #debian
20:45<Erbureth>my respect to anyone who is able to pull it off
20:46<nyov>test_: did you upgrade your xserver-xorg-video-radeon recently?
20:46-!-isaac1024 [~isaac1024@] has joined #debian
20:47-!-themill [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:47<test_>not to my knowledge...
20:48-!-Slt_Prtzl [~Slt_Prtzl@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
20:48-!-yanli [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:48<nyov>test_: this is a pretty recent post with the same error you get, but no fix -
20:48-!-craigevil [] has joined #debian
20:49<nyov>but there are many threads, old and new, mentioning that 'ddxSigGiveUp: Closing log' message you get
20:49-!-edbian [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
20:50-!-h3lg4rdh [~quassel@] has joined #debian
20:50-!-piesenelagua [~piesenela@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
20:50-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
20:51-!-edbian [] has joined #debian
20:51-!-cypa1930 [] has joined #debian
20:51-!-cypa1930 [] has quit []
20:51-!-gkaklas [~gkaklas@] has left #debian [Leaving]
20:51-!-jhutchins_lt [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
20:52-!-h3lg4rdh is now known as essence
20:52-!-essence [~quassel@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:52-!-Xeross [] has joined #debian
20:52-!-edbian [] has quit []
20:53-!-clock_ [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
20:53-!-edbian [] has joined #debian
20:53-!-edbian [] has quit []
20:54-!-isaac1024 [~isaac1024@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:54-!-isaac1024 [~isaac1024@] has joined #debian
20:55<Erbureth>nyov: i have encountered similar thing -- gpu lockup
20:55<Erbureth>test_: you may want to disable colortiling
20:56-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
20:56-!-msantana [msantana@SDF.ORG] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:56<nyov>it seems to be related to radeon drivers, maybe poking around in Xorg.conf could fix it
20:57<nyov>Erbureth: how would that look like?
20:57-!-dvs [] has joined #debian
20:57-!-system [~system@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:58<test_>@Erbureth: pardon?
20:58-!-dvs [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
20:59<Erbureth>test_: ^^^
20:59<nyov>test_: ok, you can try that
20:59<Erbureth>nyov: i tried colortiling as means to get greater speed
21:00<Erbureth>however it is not yet there
21:00<nyov>Erbureth: so you're saying it's off by default?
21:00<Erbureth>nyov: in debian, it is
21:00<Erbureth>however they enabled it in git driver
21:01<nyov>test_: do you have an /etc/X11/xorg.conf ?
21:01<nyov>test_: or an /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/ directory?
21:03<nyov>(trying to walk you through, but maybe you know how to change that already)
21:04-!-sylar [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
21:04<test_>nope (and i do not know how to :)
21:05-!-Xeross [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
21:06-!-sylar [] has joined #debian
21:06<nyov>test_: nope? what nope
21:07<test_>no such folder under x11
21:07<Erbureth>test_: btw, what graphic card do you have?
21:07-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
21:08<nyov>test_: no xorg.conf either?
21:08<Erbureth>test_: than sudo mkdir /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d
21:08-!-mattcen_ is now known as mattcen
21:09<test_>tough question, just got this comp as a gift (a used one) and i see no xorg.conf either
21:10<nyov>Erbureth: does that work, having only a part of xorg.conf in that directory?
21:10<Erbureth>nyov: it works for me (01-radeon.conf is the only file in the directory and i have no xorg.conf file either)
21:10<nyov>Erbureth: the card is here,
21:11<nyov>Erbureth: ok :) never had that directory yet
21:12<Erbureth>nyov: ah, that's the old radeon
21:12<Erbureth>that shouldn't be affected
21:13-!-LetoPoole [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
21:13<Erbureth>i tought it's r600 based chipset, as you were talking about the new driver problem
21:20<nyov>test_: maybe that's a good time to switch to freenode and join #ubuntu ;) or #ubuntu-de and spam them with that Xorg paste and any info you gathered
21:20-!-craig_ [] has joined #debian
21:21<test_>i'll do that, prob tomorrow, really late here; thanks anyway, those who tried to help; bubye...
21:22-!-don_ [] has joined #debian
21:22<Erbureth>test_: bye and good luck
21:22<jhutchins_kc>We need an on-join message from the bot that says "If you're running Ubuntu or Mint please go away".
21:23-!-jhutchins_kc is now known as jhutchins
21:23<test_>thx, bye
21:23<nyov>test_: try debian next time ;)
21:23-!-test_ [] has left #debian [Leaving]
21:23<nyov>good luck
21:23-!-craig_ [] has quit []
21:24-!-craigevil [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
21:24-!-msantana [msantana@SDF.ORG] has joined #debian
21:25-!-don_ [] has quit []
21:26-!-michael [] has joined #debian
21:26-!-michael [] has quit []
21:27-!-negro-jei [~negro-jei@] has joined #debian
21:28-!-eknahm [] has quit [Quit: Leaving.]
21:31-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
21:31<bst>jhutchins: if _lt is laptop , what is _kc ? :)
21:32<Erbureth>ha, calligra is finally built :)
21:32<robinetd>jhutchins: Or just put it in the topic.
21:32<Erbureth>do you think that maintainers would be interested in my crude changes to the file lists to package second alpha snapshot?
21:34-!-gnusosa_ [] has joined #debian
21:34-!-wissem [~localhost@] has joined #debian
21:36-!-jrib [] has joined #debian
21:37-!-drewdavis [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
21:39-!-Texou [] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.3.5]
21:39-!-engine64 [] has joined #debian
21:39-!-bluewater [] has joined #debian
21:39-!-hychen [] has joined #debian
21:40<Erbureth>damn, it's not working anyway
21:42-!-dalebaldwin [] has joined #debian
21:42-!-jj [~john@] has joined #debian
21:42-!-dalebaldwin [] has quit []
21:42-!-alexio [] has joined #debian
21:42-!-a16g [] has joined #debian
21:43<jj>usermod would not of helped admin is reserved name so had no choice but to reinstall but im not using nothing but squeeze repos from now on i learnt the hard way
21:43-!-Maverick [maverick@] has quit [Ping timeout: 483 seconds]
21:43-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
21:43-!-alexio [] has quit []
21:44-!-ml| [] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
21:45-!-Zaba [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
21:46-!-trifolio6 [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
21:47-!-chitchat [] has quit [Ping timeout: 484 seconds]
21:47-!-jj [~john@] has quit [Quit: leaving]
21:47-!-dalebaldwin [] has joined #debian
21:47-!-ml| [] has joined #debian
21:47-!-Zall [~Zall@] has joined #debian
21:47-!-Zall [~Zall@] has quit [autokilled: This host may be infected. Mail with questions. BOPM (2011-06-23 01:47:49)]
21:48-!-Zall [~Zall@] has joined #debian
21:48-!-Zall [~Zall@] has quit [autokilled: This host may be infected. Mail with questions. BOPM (2011-06-23 01:48:52)]
21:49-!-trifolio6 [] has joined #debian
21:50-!-engine64 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
21:50-!-jj [~john@] has joined #debian
21:50-!-Alam_Lenny [] has joined #debian
21:50-!-dhuum [] has joined #debian
21:51-!-dhuum [] has left #debian []
21:51-!-DontHateThePlayerHateTheGame [] has quit [Quit: BitchX-1.1-final -- just do it.]
21:51-!-BillyBumbler [~billybumb@] has joined #debian
21:52-!-BillyBumbler [~billybumb@] has left #debian []
21:52-!-bst [] has left #debian []
21:52-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
21:53-!-jj [~john@] has quit []
21:54-!-Alam_Squeeze [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
21:54-!-Zaba [] has joined #debian
21:56-!-dvs [~me@] has joined #debian
21:56-!-jj [~john@] has joined #debian
21:58-!-reploved [~reploved@] has joined #debian
21:58-!-sun [] has quit [Quit: Lost terminal]
21:58-!-reploved [~reploved@] has quit []
21:59-!-faw is now known as faw0
22:01-!-dalebaldwin [] has quit [Quit: dalebaldwin]
22:02-!-dalebaldwin [] has joined #debian
22:02-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
22:02-!-Maverick [maverick@] has joined #debian
22:03-!-Maverick is now known as Guest5797
22:05-!-Guest5797 is now known as Maverick
22:09-!-ZykoticK9_ [~zykotick9@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
22:10-!-janos_ [~janos@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
22:12-!-xromiuz [] has joined #debian
22:17-!-xromiuz [] has quit []
22:17-!-xromiuz [] has joined #debian
22:20-!-jimbodoors [~jimbo@] has joined #debian
22:20-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
22:20-!-jj [~john@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
22:26-!-zyga [] has quit [Quit: Ex-Chat]
22:30-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
22:30-!-dspace [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
22:32-!-Stoney [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
22:33-!-smacnay [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
22:33-!-babilen [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
22:33-!-negro-jei [~negro-jei@] has left #debian []
22:35-!-Eulenspiegel69 [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
22:37-!-booboo [] has joined #debian
22:39-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
22:41-!-mode/#debian [+l 432] by debhelper
22:42-!-simonlnu_ [] has joined #debian
22:42-!-simonlnu [] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
22:42-!-simonlnu_ is now known as simonlnu
22:42-!-chitchat [] has joined #debian
22:43-!-simonlnu is now known as Guest5802
22:45-!-booboo [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
22:47-!-yanli [] has joined #debian
22:47-!-jernux [] has joined #debian
22:48-!-sloopy [] has joined #debian
22:48-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
22:48-!-sloopy [] has quit []
22:54-!-yanli [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
22:55-!-yanli [] has joined #debian
22:57-!-soloflye1 is now known as soloflyer
22:58-!-dvs [~me@] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
23:02-!-inix1 [] has joined #debian
23:02-!-xromiuz [] has quit [Quit: leaving]
23:04-!-inix [] has quit [Read error: Operation timed out]
23:05-!-lizard23 [] has joined #debian
23:05-!-lizard23 [] has quit []
23:08-!-xolla [~xolla___@] has joined #debian
23:08-!-xolla [~xolla___@] has left #debian []
23:08-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:09-!-dalebaldwin_ [] has joined #debian
23:09-!-dalebaldwin [] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
23:09-!-dalebaldwin_ is now known as dalebaldwin
23:10-!-jrib [] has quit [Quit: WeeChat 0.3.6-dev]
23:11-!-andrey [~user@] has quit [Quit: Ухожу я от вас (xchat 2.4.5 или старше)]
23:13-!-Infra_HDC [] has joined #debian
23:15-!-Osiris_X [] has joined #debian
23:16-!-sammie93 [~sammie93@] has joined #debian
23:17-!-kut [~kut@] has joined #debian
23:17-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
23:17<kut>hello, every body.
23:17-!-kuhkatz [] has joined #debian
23:17-!-hazard2 [] has quit [Quit: This computer has gone to sleep]
23:19-!-mentor [~mentor@] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
23:21-!-mercutio22 [] has joined #debian
23:22<kut>mu jj
23:22-!-sammie93 [~sammie93@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
23:23-!-byonk [] has joined #debian
23:23-!-isaac1024 [~isaac1024@] has quit [Quit: Saliendo]
23:25-!-vrkalak [] has joined #debian
23:26-!-streuner_ [] has joined #debian
23:26<kut>mu jj
23:27-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:31-!-edbian [] has joined #debian
23:31-!-edbian [] has quit []
23:33-!-streuner [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:33-!-windsofchange49 [] has joined #debian
23:34-!-kut [~kut@] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
23:34-!-windsofchange49 [] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
23:36-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has joined #debian
23:36-!-dmz [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:36-!-tsogtbileg [] has joined #debian
23:38-!-Levenson [~alex@] has joined #debian
23:43-!-Guest5802 is now known as simonlnu
23:44-!-simonlnu is now known as Guest5810
23:45-!-dmz [] has joined #debian
23:46-!-mentor [~mentor@] has joined #debian
23:46-!-mentor is now known as Guest5811
23:46-!-Guest5811 is now known as mentor
23:48-!-Levenson [~alex@] has left #debian []
23:50-!-flightplan [] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
23:51-!-artista_frustrado [~artista_f@] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:51-!-reklipz [] has joined #debian
23:52-!-demonkeeper [] has joined #debian
23:54-!-feldmaus_ [] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:55-!-Quite [] has joined #debian
---Logclosed Thu Jun 23 00:00:07 2011