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---Logopened Wed Sep 07 00:00:35 2011
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00:55<sawine>Hello, I'm trying to set up a raid, its setup in the bios, but debian says it can uses it
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00:57<dpkg>Fakeraid is a term used for controller cards that advertise RAID functionality that is NOT supported by a hardware chip for parity. Most of these have only a BIOS. For use with Debian systems, it is suggested that you do not set a RAID in the BIOS and don't use dmraid, just use regular software RAID instead; ask me about <md>.
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00:59<sawine>Ok thanks
00:59<sawine>I thought hardware would be more performant
00:59<sney>it would if it were a real hardware raid
00:59<sney>but those chips rely on windows drivers to do all the hard work
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01:00<sawine>I see, anyway its for a game server, so it should be fine
01:00<sawine>thank you
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01:00<amitz>if a fifo blocks 2 echo statement trying to feed the fifo, and the fifo is read, one of the feeding will fail (terminates) in debian squeeze. is this a bug or it's an undefined specification of mkfifo? i'm deciding onwhether i should i file a bug on mkfifo.
01:02<amitz>one of the feeder will successfully feed the fifo, the other one will simply terminate.
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01:07<aiwass>is there a known problem with notification-daemon 0.7.1-5 and 0.7.3-2 ? i use them on wheezy, and notifications, even with notify-send, are not working
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01:07<aiwass>where I put 0.7.3-2, it is the libnotify version
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01:18<davidwinter62>trying to run linux but just lost
01:18<davidwinter62>installed programs are fine
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01:18<davidwinter62>trying to download and run test disk
01:19<davidwinter62>anyone out there?
01:19<wols>what is your actual problem?
01:19<sney>!ubuntuirc davidwinter62
01:19<dpkg>davidwinter62: This is not the Ubuntu help channel. Please do /server and then /join #ubuntu. If you are using XChat, you can right-click the following link and choose connect. irc://
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01:27<butteromnom>hello, i think i have some driver issues, since i cant run any opengl programs i make without segfaulting, or even fglrxinfo. any dieas?
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01:34<sney>butteromnom: what debian version / how did you install fglrx?
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01:36<butteromnom>debian 6.0.2, and i dont remember, but it is
01:37<butteromnom>before i upgraded to squeeze, they all worked, though
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01:43<blarson>butteromnom: did you install any third-party drivers?
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01:44<butteromnom>blarson: i installed the vesa driver
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01:45<butteromnom>if that counts
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02:41<undaVerse>I would like to change my MACS each time I start my linux, to change them randomly. I've done some code in perl (in order to learn about the language) but the problem come when I want to export the generated randomly number, is anyone skilled ?
02:41<undaVerse>hi everyone first ;)...
02:41<lindi->undaVerse: why?
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02:46<undaVerse>cause I don't like the idea that anyone can sniff and identify me cause of my mac address...for privacy...
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02:55<lindi->undaVerse: using a random MAC will make you very visible
02:55<lindi->undaVerse: for example here I get an email about every such user
02:56<undaVerse>it's not about an IRC channel or something it's in general I mean
02:58<lindi->undaVerse: I'm telling you that it is unlikely to improve your privacy very much and it might backfire completely
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03:01<lindi->undaVerse: it might be better to just alternate maybe 5 different addresses
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03:06<ulukay> undaVerse: for i in $(seq 6); do printf '%x' $RANDOM |colrm 3;echo -n ":"; done|colrm 18
03:07<ulukay>add that to the network startscript - and add the generated mac to the command which ups your interface
03:07<lindi->think of all the extra child processes that creates :(
03:07<ulukay>childs are our future
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03:29<jww_>Hello everyone.
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03:30<undaVerse>lindi-, I see what you mean..5 address I see...
03:30<jww_>I have a strange encoding problem on a server. the locale command show fr_FR.UTF-8 with root, but with a user it show just fr_FR ( I think it's iso 8859 or something ).
03:30<jww_>how is this possible ? I thinked locales were system wide ?
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03:33<slush>jww_: no, every user can use it's own locale as long as it's available
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03:34<jww_>slush: oh thanks for the answer, now I have to find where it's defined.
03:34<jww_>hi dani199o .
03:35<lindi->undaVerse: and better use non-random addresses
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03:35<dani199o>mi spanis
03:35<lindi->undaVerse: because a random address is very easy to notice
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03:40<jww_>slush: I found that root's ~/.profile have export LANG=fr_FR.UTF8 , but I found nothing regarding the users.I always used dpkg-reconfigure locales to manage you know where it can be defined ?
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03:45<slush>you can also set the default, maybe your systems default is just 'fr_FR', instead of 'fr_FR.UTF8'
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03:50<jww_>slush: do you know in which file the system default is set ?
03:50<jww_>( I think you can use bashrc or profile, but mines doesn't define any locales )
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03:56<slush>jww_: iirc its in /etc/default/locale
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03:57<unxbm3r1>i want to use a package that is only available in wheezy, im on squeeze now
03:58<unxbm3r1>how can i get use the package from wheezy?
03:58<streuner_>dpkg, hi
03:58<streuner_>unxbm3r1: First, check for a backport on <debian-backports>. If unavailable: 1) Add a deb-src line for sid (not a deb line!); ask me about <deb-src sid> 2) enable debian-backports (see <bdo>) 3) aptitude update; aptitude install build-essential; aptitude build-dep packagename; apt-get -b source packagename; 4) install the resultant debs. To change compilation options, see <package recompile>; for versions newer than sid see <uupdate>.
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04:01<jww_>slush: thanks again !
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04:09<deming>good evening from thailand
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04:11<babilen>deming: Good Morning from the UK, timetraveller. What can we do for you?
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04:12<deming>i'm joining just to hang out :)
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04:12<babilen>deming: Welcome then :)
04:13<deming>to chat with other linux-lovers :)
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04:14<jww_>hi !
04:15<d0ct0r>deming: isnt #debian-offtopic for that?
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04:22<jww_>d0ct0r: you're right, trough there is not much activity there those days.
04:24<rjsalts>jww_: how would you know, you're not even on the channel
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04:25<jww_>I meant 'here' instead of 'there'. english is not my native language.
04:26<babilen>jww_: Still no reason for off-topic discussions in this channel -- You are all welcome in #debian-offtopic, but I would prefer it if this channel is for support only.
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04:50<kuLa>hi all, where in debian doc can I find list of system users associated with their ID's?
04:51<babilen>kuLa: /usr/share/doc/base-passwd/users-and-groups.*
04:51<babilen>kuLa: And, naturally, /etc/passwd + /etc/group (for groups)
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04:54<kuLa>so can I assume that file (/usr/share/doc/base-passwd/users-and-groups.html) contains all system users in a propper sequence? starging from root's 0 upwards?
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04:56<themill>kuLa: many "system" users are created by packages when they are installed. If you install the packages in a different order, they have different UIDs
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04:58<kuLa>themill: that's what i'm interested in, but range from 0-99 looks like totally static one so all system users with id's in this range are always assinged to the same system users ex.www-data i 33 and root is 0
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05:01<themill>kuLa: /usr/share/base-passwd/passwd.master is what is statically defined. Everything else is dynamically defined. What are you trying to do, btw?
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05:02<kuLa>themill: I'm building a package and have to change owner for some files into www-data
05:02<deming>ciao everyone, grey goose party tonight :)
05:02<themill>kuLa: you don't need to know the uid to do that.
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05:04<themill>kuLa: §10.9 and §10.9.1 of policy cover this
05:04<kuLa>themill: if you know better way I'm happy to use your knowlage :-)
05:04<kuLa>themill: thx will have a look right now
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05:06<babilen>kuLa: You just use the actual name (i.e. www-data) with chown or whatever tool you use to change the owner. For example: "chown -R www-data /var/www/your_www_data"
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05:11<kuLa>babilen: yep sortred in postinst, thx
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05:12<babilen>kuLa: You are welcome :)
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05:16<ansgar>kuLa: For static user ids, you can change the owner at build time without need of a postinst script.
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05:17<zem>is there a way to encrypt a disk that has data on it, without deleting that data? all documentation i find starts with "erase whole disk"
05:18<babilen>zem: AFAIK: No
05:19<ansgar>zem: cryptsetup w/o luks could do that in theory, but it will be fun if anything happens during the conversion. Also luks is nicer.
05:19<ansgar>ie. you do not want to do it that way.
05:22<koollman>zem: make backup, then proceed to 'erase whole disk' ? :)
05:22<Bushmills>zem: using encfs, you can mount an exncrypted volume on an empty directory, and move files there
05:22<kuLa>ansgar: if I only knew how to do it :-)
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05:27<rpetre>zem: i've seen an extreme howto that dd-ed data from the real disk to the encrypted volume, but it's not for the faint of heart, and i'm not certain it applies in all cases
05:27<rpetre>besides, it's recommended to fill your disk with random data before encryption
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05:28<daemonkeeper>And time lasting.
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05:35<chomwitt>is it possible keyboard layout to be controlled from two different sides? in my squeeze+kde alt-shift works but in kde system controller keyboard layouts are disabled.
05:35<kuLa>ansgar: thx dh_fixperms did a trick
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06:37<kblin>hi folks
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06:38<kblin>I'm trying to set up debian on a system with a 4TB HDD (ok, it's a hardware raid, but I still want most of this on a single partition)
06:39<kblin>do I need to build a bunch of smaller partitions and run LVM or can I set up an alternative to the old dos MBR?
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06:41<petemc>kblin: gpt
06:43<rpetre>kblin: also remember that you need a special bootloader partition for gpt (since it has no mbr and grub must run efi-style)
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06:44<rpetre>i think the partition type is "bios boot partition"
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06:48<kblin>rpetre: and I can set that up in the installer?
06:48<kblin>so far I tried to create a 4GB partition and it just complained that dos mbrs can't handle that
06:49<rpetre>you need to do a gpt partition table, not a msdos partition table (i'm not sure if you need to be in expert mode to see that question)
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06:51<rpetre>msdos partition tables are limited to <2GB iirc
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07:02<amphi>rpetre: 'BIOS boot partition' it is
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07:40<Goldline>howto find out the location of mysqld.sock
07:41<Goldline>its wrongly configured in my.cnf
07:41<themill>umm... mysql puts it where it is specified in my.conf
07:42<Goldline>i know but im unable to connect to mysql using localhost and username root infact, mysqld doesnt start i dont get it - can u helpme
07:42<Goldline>the db isnt starting
07:42<themill>how do you know the db isn't starting?
07:43<Goldline>because mysqld.sock isnt running
07:43<Goldline>and i cant connect to it
07:43<themill>mysqld.sock is not a process. It won't be running.
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07:44<Goldline>Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2)
07:44<Goldline>thats what it says under programming mysql admin
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07:44<themill>you said localhost before, that's entirely different. Can we start afresh, please?
07:45<Goldline>the mysql server is using on localhost
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07:46<Goldline>the mysql server is installed - however it wont start and im unable to connct to it thats the story
07:46<themill>Goldline: what does "invoke-rc.d mysql start" output?
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07:47<Goldline>themill ru using TeamViewer?
07:47<themill>no. I'm using IRC.
07:47<Goldline>tv is a remote desktop app
07:47<lindi->Goldline: it is non-free and not part of debian. you can use VNC instead
07:48<themill>lindi-: I think that misses the point of my answer, though. ;)
07:48<Goldline>lindi: does vnc work the same way as tv without forwarding ports?
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07:48<Goldline>Starting MySQL database server: mysqld . . . . . . . . . . . . . . failed!
07:48<lindi->Goldline: I have not used tv since it is non-free so I don't know how it works, can you explain this on #debian-offtopic?
07:48<Goldline>thatst he output
07:49<themill>Goldline: is this a lenny machine that was upgraded or a new installation of squeeze?
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07:49<Goldline>themill u wanna use TV?
07:49<Goldline>all i know is that its squeeze 6.0.2
07:49<themill>Goldline: no
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07:49<Goldline>no idea weither its upgraded its a vmware image
07:49<themill>!es-social zaira
07:50<themill>%es-social zaira
07:50<dselect>zaira: Este canal es de ayuda con ordenadores en Ingles. Si no necesitas ayuda con tu ordenador por favor ingresa al canal social de #debian-es con /join #debian-es-cachondeo. Tus amigos probablemente ya esten ahi.
07:50<Goldline>themill u wanna use vnc if its set-up?
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07:50<themill>Goldline: could you please pastebin the output of "aptitude versions ~nmysql-server" for me?
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07:58<themill>Goldline: ok, what does "grep skip-bdb /etc/mysql/my.cnf" output?
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07:58<Goldline>Nothing no reponse
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08:04<themill>Goldline: what does running "/usr/bin/mysqld_safe" output?
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08:05<Goldline>110907 05:04:37 mysqld_safe Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /var/lib/mysql
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08:05<Goldline>110907 05:04:42 mysqld_safe mysqld from pid file /var/run/mysqld/ ended
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08:06<Goldline>110907 05:04:37 mysqld_safe Logging to syslog.
08:08<themill>Goldline: can you pastebin the last 100 lines or so of /var/log/daemon.log ?
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08:13<Goldline>bash: /var/log/daemon.log: Permission denied
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08:14<babilen>Goldline: Open it as root
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08:14<Goldline>with which command?
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08:23<themill>Goldline: can you pastebin your /etc/mysql/my.cnf as well please?
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08:30<jose_>Hola buenos dias alguien me podria ayudar_ tengo una camara weg genius y tuquito 4 no me la reconoce desde ya gracias
08:30<themill>%ubuntu-es jose_
08:30<dselect>jose_: Ubuntu esta basado en Debian, pero no es Debian, y dificilmente tendra los estandares de Debian. Solo Debian es soportado en #debian. Por favor conectese a #ubuntu-es en Ahi recibira mas soporte.
08:31<jose_>muchas gracias dankeyen namaste
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08:34<themill>Goldline: what does "netstat -plant|grep 3306; lsof /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock; ps ax|grep mysql" say?
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08:38<themill>Goldline: is your loopback device set up? What does "ifconfig -a" say?
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08:39<Goldline>monent. ii copy/paste it on aswell
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08:40<Goldline>seems that loopback isnt set-up proper
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08:40<Goldline>ifi m not mistaken
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08:41<Goldline>sail i copy/paste the output of my etc/interfaces?
08:42<Goldline>i wasnt sure about the interfaces file
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08:47<themill>Goldline: how are you configuring eth0? networkmanager?
08:47<Goldline>yes through the network manager
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08:49<Goldline>Configured incorrectly?
08:49<themill>Goldline: so is all you need in /etc/network/interfaces, nothing else. You can then do "ifdown lo; ifup lo". "ifconfig lo" should then show you that it has an address "inet addr"
08:50<Goldline> - so if i copy/paste that in my interfaces & reboot that should fix it?
08:50<themill>a reboot is not necessary, but would also work, yes
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08:51<gas>hey i need help with the nvidia installer i have the install.log (my english is not good ;D )
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08:51<towo`>nvidia-installer is not supportet
08:52<gas>okay :D
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08:53<Goldline>seems that i have to reboot cause its a VM
08:57<Goldline>themilll ur awesome networks/internet r working as intended including localhost- so the problem was definitely a misconfigured interfaces file
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08:59<themill>Goldline: hey -- you fixed it yourself. TeamViewer not required.
08:59<Goldline>with your help i would never have configured that file in a proper manner - thanks man!
09:00<Goldline>its actually quite easy - once you know how-to
09:00<Goldline>for now ive saved the interfaces.conf file on my physical machine aswell you never know
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09:35<amitz>is resolvconf package is still the recommended way to change my /etc/resolv.conf permanently?
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09:46<themill>amitz: resolvconf is designed for dynamic setups moe than static setups.
09:47<amitz>so I must set my dhclient.conf to be non-clobbery then -_-
09:47<themill>fixing the dhcp server is the other approach
09:47<themill>!override dns
09:47<amitz>it's from ISP, not much can't be done -_-
09:47<themill>%override dns
09:47<dselect>To instruct dhclient to use your specified nameserver rather than the one given to you by your DHCP server, echo "supersede domain-name-servers a.b.c.d, e.f.g.h;" >> /etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf (/etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf on squeeze), or see man 5 dhclient.conf for more information. Instead of supersede, you can also use "prepend" or "append" to add nameservers. Or remove domain-name-servers (etc.) from dhclient.conf if you prefer.
09:48<themill>dselect: fix dpkg
09:48*dselect takes dpkg to the vet for a "special" visit.
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09:48<amitz>I knew about it but thanks anyway :-)
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10:15<pl2010>Hello, if someone could help me. I have a problem with debian 6 and no more fires me nfs-common and writes that failet
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10:30<Bushmills>"a problem" is notoriously difficult to diagnose
10:30<Bushmills>general advice will be to fix it
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10:36<AzaToth>anyone knows of any good examples for the python-apt aptsources module?
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11:01<alazare6190>hey what would be the line to install iceweasel 6.0 from mozilla debian repo
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11:01<themill>the exact one listed on
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11:05<__Alex_>Hellow, is there a way to clean out the Boot sector of a disc? I want to make a disk ub-bootable witouth the need to destroy all data
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11:17<themill>dpkg, wb
11:17<dpkg>thanks, themill. It's good to be back.
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11:40<ballison>i need a quick way to grep out of the serial number from a DNS zone record and ONLY have the serial number when done.
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11:43<weasel>dig +short -t soa $DOMAIN | awk '{print $3}'
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11:44<weasel>that'll be 29.95 please.
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11:44<ballison>weasel: how do i cut just the last two digits off. meaning i only want to see the last two digits
11:45<sney>man awk
11:45<ballison>sney: man awk.. really? more like get the awk BOOK
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11:45<sney>all you need to do is modify what weasel already gave you
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11:46<sney>you know, or use sed instead or something
11:46<weasel>or cut or perl or ...
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11:46<ballison>i'm going to re-write the whole thing in perl. would be easier.
11:47<ballison>was trying to do it in bash
11:47<ballison>i have the serial number as a variable but it has the date and increment numbers together... like "2011090701" wher e20110907 is the date and 01 is the increment number
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11:47<weasel>you can also do it in bash.
11:47<ballison>i need those in two seperate variables
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11:48<anom>question: I am to install debian squeeze on an Acer Aspire 1603LC_2.6 laptop, it has a Pentium IV processor and 512MB RAM, should I us i486 or i686 kernel?
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11:48<sney>i686 is everything pentium pro and newer
11:48<weasel>weasel@valiant:~$ foo=2011090701; echo ${foo%??} ${foo#????????}
11:48<weasel>20110907 01
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11:51<anom>thanks, sney
11:52<anom>np?, I am catalan native speaker
11:52<sney>no problem
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11:53<ballison>weasel!!! perfect !! that worked
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12:01<blarson>sney: some of the via chips are newer than pentium pro but do not work with i686 kernel.
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12:04<Maiku>hi all
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12:05<Maiku>is there any possibility to get all rss messages in icedove instead of the latest 10?
12:05<Maiku>i wonder if there is any setting which configures it
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12:27<prahal>how could one allow rtsp traffic through xtables/iptables/shorewall ?
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12:28<prahal>there was a ip_nf_mms though now that patch-o-matic is deprecated I wonder how to achieve this
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13:01<d0ct0r>is there open source drivers available for graphic card drivers to debian?
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13:01<daemonkeeper>For most are
13:01<d0ct0r>daemonkeeper, wich is best? open source or propretairty drivers?
13:01<daemonkeeper>Propietary drivers typically feature 3D acceleration, which is limited for most open drivers
13:02<chealer>I don't know if we have driver drivers yet, but we do have some open source drivers :-)
13:02<d0ct0r>daemonkeeper, but does hardware acceleration (in VLC player) works for open drivers?
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13:03<daemonkeeper>VLC? You mean VDPAU or the ATI equivalent?
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13:03<d0ct0r>daemonkeeper, ati drivers ...
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13:04<daemonkeeper>I don't know about ATI. I would presume there is probably some support, as ATI drivers are a bit open now.
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13:27<safinaskar>how to replace kernel with upgraded version without rebooting and stopping programs (for example, without stopping X)? is it possible?
13:28<lindi->safinaskar: only unused modules can be upgraded
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13:28<safinaskar>lindi-: maybe there is special patch?
13:28<lindi->safinaskar: no, just rmmod and modprobe
13:28<lindi->safinaskar: if you have the expertise you can also do some upgrades with ksplice
13:29<dpkg>kexec allows the system to load a kernel from a running kernel and boot into it, skipping the BIOS and bootloader stage of a reboot. To disable, "dpkg-reconfigure kexec-tools" or uninstall with "aptitude remove kexec-tools". To skip using kexec once, use /sbin/coldreboot
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13:29<lindi->wols: sure but kexec kills X
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13:30<safinaskar>kexec kills all programs :)
13:31<scisteffan>Hi, when I use the xorg.conf file generated using xorg -configre, at, I get "kernel modesetting driver in use" error. How to fix?
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13:32<safinaskar>lindi-: thank you. ksplice is what i want
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13:37<safinaskar>i found some interesting way
13:38<safinaskar>i put computer to suspend to disk
13:38<safinaskar>then i reboot to upgraded kernel (via cold reboot or kexec)
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13:38<safinaskar>and i get upgraded kernel without closing programs
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13:40<safinaskar>nobody cares
13:40<lindi->safinaskar: I doubt that can work
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13:45<scisteffan>In addition to my previous post, I have pasted the outputs from Xorg logs. The first log shows the error generated with the configuration created with Xorg -configure, the second shows what my computer uses with no xorg.conf file:
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13:46<scisteffan>should I try setting the driver to nouveau? (although I can't see why this would fix the error). For extra information, when I use the xorg config file generated with xorg -configure, after "starting gdm3" appears in boot, the window turns black with a flashing white ">" in the corner.
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13:57<brunoramos>Anyone ever tried to upgrade from Ubuntu to Debian by changing the sources file and doing an upgrade/dist-upgrade?
13:57<wols>brunoramos: it will fail. you cannot do it
13:58<brunoramos>what about reinstalling the essential packages with and apt-get install first?
13:58<lastnode>brunoramos: dont do it
13:59<lastnode>they are separate distros, packages are different
13:59<lastnode>most are similar but it will break
13:59<wols>brunoramos: there is NO way you can do that. it will fail
13:59<brunoramos>ok, I understand I shouldn't do it and it may very well break my system... I was just curious :)
13:59<wols>brunoramos: there is no "may" but it will break. no ifs or buts
13:59<valdyn>this should read, theres no way *you* can do it
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14:00<brunoramos>the answer is getting better
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14:00<lastnode>here's another way of putting it: the likelihood of justin bieber making actual music is higher than of an ubuntu to debian dist-upgrade working
14:00<theo_>hi folks
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14:01<brunoramos>I was not talking about a dist-upgrade directly... but something more selective at start
14:02<valdyn>brunoramos: its a silly question
14:02<brunoramos>I know :)
14:02<valdyn>brunoramos: anything can be "upgraded" to anything
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14:03<valdyn>brunoramos: but end up at a point where no one knows anymore what upgrading actually means
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14:04<brunoramos>I would like to discuss it but this is probably not the right channel
14:04<lastnode>it's like inception
14:04<lastnode>a distro inside a distro
14:05<lastnode>brunoramos: yes, this is a support channel, and the thought of you comign in here for help when you upgrade from ubuntu to debian and break something... that's teh kind of thing that keeps us up at night
14:06<jhutchins_lt2>brunoramos: In order for what you want to do to work, the debian package manager and install scripts would have to know everything about how Ubuntu was configured, how various program versions related to other programs, which libraries had to be at which version for certain packages to work, etc.
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14:06<jhutchins_lt2>brunoramos: This in spite of there being no absolute knowledge of what YOU have chosen and configured on the system.
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14:07<scisteffan_>I fixed my problem: simply needed to comment out the nv driver, since it was using KMS with nouveau it clashed with nv
14:07<jhutchins_lt2>brunoramos: It's possible to upgrade one version of Debian to the next because there is a limited set of variables which can be reasonably accomodated.
14:07<jhutchins_lt2>brunoramos: Given a distribution outside of Debian's knowledge or control, it becomes impossible.
14:08<brunoramos>I would say the best approach would be to purge all the non essential packages installed in the system at the moment... that would give a very basic system...
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14:08<jhutchins_lt2>brunoramos: What you _might_ be able to do would be to get a versionless list of installed packages and try to duplicate that set of packages in Debian.
14:08<letsgo>hello :)
14:08<jhutchins_lt2>brunoramos: It's likely to have significant bugs to work out.l\
14:08<brunoramos>The package manager is the same for ubuntu and debian it will now what files are inside both the packages...
14:08<valdyn>brunoramos: that would be like an elaborate reinstall
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14:09<letsgo>does anyone know how to configure synaptic in order to allow simultaneous download ?
14:09<jhutchins_lt2>brunoramos: No, it's not the same.
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14:09<brunoramos>valdyn, agreed
14:09<johan>Hello everyone. I'm having troubles installing squeeze - no kernel was installed (bug #549373) how can I do it manually? I have a usb stick with netinst on it
14:09<brunoramos>jhutchins_lt2, How is it not the same? Does ubuntu use a patched dpkg?
14:09<scisteffan_>is there a way to find out supported VBE resolutions on my graphics card?
14:09<jhutchins_lt2>brunoramos: Yes. Patched, using different sources and repositories.
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14:10<valdyn>brunoramos: im not sure why you think an identical package *manager* made this easier
14:10<jhutchins_lt2>brunoramos: Perhaps you could install Debian to a new partition, then copy over your data, and proceed from there.
14:10<jhutchins_lt2>brunoramos: Trying to mix the two distributions will have unintended consequences and will most likely cause serious problems with possible data loss.
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14:11<valdyn>brunoramos: when the semantics behind a dependency change, the dependency manager is useless
14:12<brunoramos>valdyn, you lost me there... what to you mean by semantics?
14:12<lastnode>brunoramos: asking if debian and ubuntu dont use the same package manager (dpkg) is like asking whether amazon and newegg both use the same web server (Apache). they do, but your point?
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14:12<valdyn>brunoramos: depending on a package is the assumption that a package of that name provides a certain feature
14:12<lastnode>dpkg is a tool. both distros use it with different configurations.
14:12<dpkg>lastnode: are you smoking crack?
14:13<jhutchins_lt>brunoramos: Similar package version numbers don't mean identical features and interfaces.
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14:13<brunoramos>lastnode, my point being that I can purge most of ubuntu packages and force install the ones from debian
14:13<valdyn>brunoramos: but it doesnt have that implication accross distros
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14:13<jhutchins_lt>brunoramos: NO.
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14:13<jhutchins_lt>brunoramos: Yes, you can do that, No, you can't expect the resulting mixed system to work.
14:14<lastnode>brunoramos: but mysql-server in ubuntu may have different deps to mysql-server in debian, simply because they are run by two different packaging teams
14:14<lastnode>that is just one tiny example
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14:14<jhutchins_lt>brunoramos: It's possible to install RedHat packages on Ubuntu with alien. That doesn't mean it's a good idea.
14:14<lastnode>not to mention depndency hell when you think about versions and which versions are included in which repos
14:15<brunoramos>lastnode, I'm talking really low level here, not application level... I'm talking grub/kernel/upstart/sys V init script...
14:15<lastnode>for which release of which distro.
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14:15<jhutchins_lt>brunoramos: Just no.
14:15<lastnode>as jhutchins_lt if you really wanted dependency hell, just use a distro with .rpm
14:15<jhutchins_lt>brunoramos: Don't mix Debian and Ubuntu packages on the same system.
14:15<brunoramos>lastnode, :)
14:15<lastnode>yum is my idea of torture
14:15<jhutchins_lt>lastnode: It's no worse than .deb or perl or tarballs.
14:16<brunoramos>I will install a virtual machine with ubuntu and try it :D documenting every step...
14:16<lastnode>im no expert, but my experience with rpm based distros/package managers has been crap
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14:16<jhutchins_lt>lastnode: If you learn to use it properly, rpm and it's various wrappers are excellent package managers.
14:16<lastnode>i see
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14:17<jhutchins_lt>lastnode: Some rpm distros _are_ crap, but it's not rpm's fault.
14:18<lastnode>fair enough
14:18<jhutchins_lt>lastnode: rpm existed before online repositories were common, in some ways it still reflects that.
14:18<valdyn>as did dpkg
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14:18<valdyn>or dpkg has no notion of repository
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14:19<jhutchins_lt>We drift off topic though.
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14:20<lastnode>yeah, we were being pedants! where did brunoramos go
14:20<jhutchins_lt>The point being that the differences between distributions are not superficial, and mixing packages from different distributions is a Very Bad Idea.
14:20<lastnode>come backhereso we can yell at you
14:20<valdyn>he's off upgrading ubuntu to debian...
14:20<brunoramos>I'm installing virtualbox...
14:21<brunoramos>I'll do it and report back my failure :D
14:21<jhutchins_lt>Something I did fairly early in my Linux career was to install Mandrake packages on my RedHat system because Mandrake had newer software, and it was better optimized for my processor.
14:21<jhutchins_lt>it worked for a little while...
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14:22<lastnode>brunoramos: tweet it
14:23<lastnode>make a new twitter account called DebianOnUbuntu, tweet from it
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14:23<lastnode>5 bucks says slashdot runs it, you get on reddit and cnet picks it up.
14:23<letsgo>is it possible to allow simultaneous downloads with synaptic ?
14:23<brunoramos>You are giving me some cool ideas :D
14:23<jhutchins_lt>Experience is proportional to data destroyed.
14:23<letsgo>pain too
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14:27<brunoramos>I'm all setup now
14:29<lastnode> apt-get break-everything
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14:51<__Alex_>I need some tnformation about Debian's boot process. I basicly need to know what parameters are being passed from LiLo to Debian.
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14:52<__Alex_>I'm basicly trying to setup LiLo
14:52<szad>Hello guys, i have a problem with my Creative Notebook live! webcam, sound isnt working, despite webcam is working.
14:52<szad>Sound, i mean microphone
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14:55<stevecotton>szad: have you checked the volume (there's an input volume setting too)
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14:56<blarson>__Alex_: grub2 is the default bootloader in debian x86. Not many people use lilo anymore.
14:56<szad>stevecotton, you mean the capture bar?
14:56<__Alex_>blarson: grub2 isn't so cool as lilo
14:57<szad>stevecotton, in capture section? It is up. Microphone is built in the webcam.
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14:58<stevecotton>szad: I haven't used that specific hardware, just a general mistake with sound.
14:58<szad>stevecotton, should it be configurable via changed driver in alsamixer or my sound card? When i am trying to change driver to camera it replies that it isnt configurable
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14:59<szad>stevecotton, All i can hear is some strange voice. From that microphone
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15:00<stevecotton>szad: sorry, I can't help.
15:00<szad>stevecotton, ok, any irc channel where i could find help?
15:00<brunoramos>szad, what program are you using to test the web cam?
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15:01<szad>brunoramos, i am trying by google talk
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15:03<brunoramos>szad, which version of debian are you using
15:04<szad>brunoramos, I've installed Squeeze and then upgraded to wheezy
15:04<szad>brunoramos, I've red that this version is optimal to desktops. I am pretty new to linux world
15:05<amphi>wheezy is the testing branch; things may break
15:06<szad>amphi, so You suggest installing squeeze?
15:07<jhutchins_lt>szad: Yes, stick with squeeze until you're fairly comfortable with managing packages and using Debian linux.
15:07<szad>jhutchins, You think that it may help to problem of that webcam?
15:07<amphi>I run testing here; you should install apt-listbugs at least, if you continue to use testing, and read what it says, and if necessary read up any bugs
15:08<brunoramos>szad, do you know if you are using pulseaudio or not?
15:08<szad>brunoramos, i am using alsa
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15:08<szad>brunoramos, i've installed it on the start to get the sound.
15:09<brunoramos>have you played around with your alsa config at all?
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15:09<jhutchins_lt>szad: Any solution you get by running wheezy packages will come with more problems than you want.
15:10<jhutchins_lt>szad: What applications have you tried to test the microphone?
15:10<jhutchins_lt>szad: Is the microphone part of the webcam?
15:11<szad>jhutchins, I have tried just google talk, it is everything i have now. I cant install skype now becouse of dependencies. Yes Microphone is build in the webcam
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15:12<jhutchins_lt>szad: What dependencies?
15:12<jhutchins_lt>szad: Does the mic show up in the mixer?
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15:14<szad>jhutchins, dependencies like libqt4-dbus, network, and libxssl. How it should show? As changeable new driver? Or just capture section of my soundcard?
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15:15<szad>jhutchins, I change bars in capture section of alsamixer but all it changes is incerasing strange voice when i am popping digital bar
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15:23<ETechDD>szad: Have you selected the right sound card in alsamixer? (press F6)
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15:24<szad>ETechDD, when i try to change to webcam driver, it says: This device does not have any controls
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15:36<sawine>Hello, I updated my java and I did something wrong, here's what I did, I think I messed the --slave ?
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15:40<dentifrice>hey there - anyone understanding postscript margin/cups/lp/etc. around?
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15:41<dentifrice>i can't print a fuqn .ps file without having a huge margin on top ; it basically eats part of my file, whereas I can print PDFs w/o trouble
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15:45<ETechDD>dentifrice: I doubt this helps, but did you try to convert the .ps file to a .pdf file?
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15:50<jhutchins_lt>dentifrice: Load the .ps file in oo and see what it looks like?
15:50<jhutchins_lt>dentifrice: It's probably got wierd margin settings in it.
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16:10<xun>anyone know how i would go about escaping ' in a string in bash?
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16:11<Bushmills>echo "'"
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16:11<blarson>xun: \'
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16:12<Aketzu>or like 'foo'"'"'bar'
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16:12<xun>no, i already have a string with ' in it
16:12<xun>and Im passing it to mysql, which gets a bit confused, so i need to have to escape it
16:12<xun>i think
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16:14<Bushmills>well, you get the replies to what you asked. nobody knew that you mean "mysql" when saying "bash"
16:14<xun>no, i get the missunderstanding, but its not mysql that is the problem
16:15<koollman>xun: it may be. mysql also has quote handling. show your full current command
16:15<Bushmills>ah, mysql gets confused as planned, on purpose
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16:17<xun> this is what Im trying to do
16:17<xun>but when $1 contains a ' mysql gets sad, obviosly, so the solution Im thinking of is to add a \ infront of ', but perhaps there is a cleaner solution
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16:19<Bushmills>echo \'$1\'
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16:19<Bushmills>assuming you want to pass ' and positional argument, not literal $1
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16:20<xun>yes, i want it as an positional argument, and that part is working fine
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16:20<Bushmills>foo=bar; echo "'$foo'"
16:21<xun>I dont think its nescesary to escape ' when you have them enclosed in between "
16:21<xun>yes, exactly, that part is working fine
16:21<xun>but if you have foo="bar's";
16:21<xun>I would like the result to be 'bar\'s'
16:21<Bushmills>foo="bar's"; echo "\'$foo\'"
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16:22<Bushmills>ehm, foo="bar's"; echo "'$foo'" i mean
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16:22<xun>the result of that is 'bar's'
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16:22<xun>not 'bar\'s', right?
16:23<Bushmills>a bit of creativitiy, please: foo="bar\'s"; echo "'$foo'"
16:23<xun>i dont follow
16:23<Bushmills>-> 'bar\'s'
16:23<xun>you mean i should alter the input?=
16:24<Bushmills>escaping is for input
16:24<Bushmills>you want to substitute ' against \' in output?
16:26<Bushmills>output substitution: foo="bar's"; echo "'${foo/\'/\'}'"
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16:27<xun>that seems to do what i want
16:27<xun>any references so I can read about whats going on? :)
16:27<xun>and, thank you :)
16:28<Bushmills>bash man page
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16:30<Bushmills>you probably want foo="bar's"; echo "'${foo//\'/\'}'" instead
16:30<Bushmills>because of foo="ba'r's"; echo "'${foo//\'/\'}'"
16:30<xun>yes indeed, thx
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16:37<scinl>So, if I have to install a drive and put WinXP on it (simply cannot run a particular program in Wine or Virtualbox), what's the best way to update GRUB?
16:37<scinl>I've been told to install Windows and then re-install Debian, use grub-update in Debian, and to load knoppix and re-install GRUB from there. What's recommended ("The Debian Way")?
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16:38<xun>first of all i would use debian live instead of knoppix :)
16:39<scinl>xun: Fair enough. Is that what I should use, or should I add the drive and then grub-install?
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16:41<xun>that is how i would do it, though i dont know what the recommended ("The Debian Way") is :D
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16:59<mariana>co o hago para descargar el msn?
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17:01<rafael_>hola mariana
17:01<dpkg>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.
17:01<streuner_>hola marana
17:01<mariana>como hago para descargar el msn?
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17:02<rafael_>mariana: entra en #debian-es para hablar en español
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17:02<streuner_>mariana: install pidgin
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17:02<streuner_>dpkg, pidgin
17:02<dpkg>Pidgin (formerly GAIM) is a graphical cross-platform multi-protocol instant messaging client. To connect to ICQ in v2.7.3 (squeeze, lenny-backports), disable SSL and leave "Use clientLogin" enabled (Debian bug #602541). MSN support disabled in lenny's v2.4.3 package (DSA-2038-1), use a backport. FAQ: . #pidgin on See also <pidgin yahoo>, <pidgin bdo>, <finch>.
17:03<streuner_>mariana: but, please talk english here.
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17:06<rafael_>mariana: atiende a mi mensaje privado
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17:07<mariana>no se como
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17:26<adriane66>Hello can someone tell me how to have apt verify packages using all the hashes found in the *Release.gpg files? I read this /usr/share/doc/apt/examples/configure-index.gz and I think I am to put something like ForceHash "sha256"; in /etc/apt/apt-conf but I don't know what to add exactly. I want to check the md5sum, the sha1sum, and the sha256sum for each package, for extra security. The package files are left where anyone could tamper
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17:46<icebrain>salva: hi
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17:46<salva>where are the people
17:46<dpkg>I'm not your csh prompt!
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17:57<zeus>Hi all is there anyone can help me with debian release notes understanding ? i need help with section 4.4.5
17:58<zeus>Just to be shure ... do i have to install the new kernel first of the dist-upgrade ?
17:59<zeus>abrotman: ok. but do i have to reboot and then do i have to apt-get dist-upgrade ?
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17:59<abrotman>what does it say? pretty sure it says you have to
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18:00<zeus>it does not explain this. Or i can not understand this! :(
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18:01<zeus>it only says i have to install the new kernel + the new udev
18:01<zeus>no mentions about a reboot
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18:04<zeus>i'm asking myself why should i have to install a new kernel if without rebooting it will not be active.
18:04<r0ger>is it possible to force aptitude to use ipv4?
18:05<zeus>r0ger: no. you can force your debian to use IPv4
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18:05<r0ger>i don't want to just use ipv4
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18:06<r0ger>i have ipv6 services that i want to continue useing, i just can't connect to most of the ipv6 addresses in the dns for whatever reason
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18:06<zeus>r0ger: you can probably do this with netfilter but i can't help
18:06<r0ger>okay ty
18:07<zeus>any tips for me ? do i have to reboot or not ?
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18:08<r0ger>install a new kernel without rebooting?
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18:08<r0ger>i think you can only patch them using ksplice or something similar
18:09<r0ger>i don't think you can actually install the new one without a reboot
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18:09<themill>r0ger: "man 5 gai.conf" might give you some ideas for your setup
18:09<r0ger>okay themill ty
18:10<doodmang>Hi, I'm having a problem with smfpd that I don't really understand. I paste binned my console output
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18:12<doodmang>I was just trying to install some software, but I must have screwed up something recently
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18:12<doodmang>through the repos*
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18:14<themill>doodmang: what is smfpd?
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18:15<doodmang>themill, your guess is as good as mine.
18:15<themill>well... it's on your box, not mine.
18:17<doodmang>themill, hm, apparently it's some security daemon for LPT devices (old printers), according to this link
18:17<themill>sounds like something you can get rid of. I take it this is an old box that you've upgraded a few times now?
18:17<wols>Simple MFP Daemon samsung driver
18:17<doodmang>themill, and it was probably installed by the proprietary driver for my printer...
18:18<themill>doodmang: if you need it, then you need to fix its init script. Otherwise, get rid of it. /msg dpkg missing lsb tags
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18:19<doodmang>themill, I don't exactly know how to remove it without removing the entire driver for my printer, so I'll try the latter
18:21<seanius>xun: you want 'bar'\''s' in case you didn't get an answer on that already
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18:21<doodmang>themill, will this fix the "insserv: Starting smfpd depends on stop-bootlogd and therefore on system facility `$all' which can not be true!" error I've been getting?
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18:23<doodmang>themill, if I just kill the daemon and make the script not executable, would this solve my problem as well? The service isn't of use to me
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18:25<themill>doodmang: remove the init script from /etc/rc?.d/ (it can stay in /etc/init.d for a rainy day if you want
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18:26<d0ct0r>is there a better image viewer than eye of gnome for debian?
18:27<retrospectacus>d0ct0r: what feature are you looking for?
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18:32<doodmang>themill, I have no idea what I'm really looking at. Could you explain what the rc number means so I can have a better idea of what's going on?
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18:32<d0ct0r>retrospectacus: the images i am watching in EOG is being saved in "recently viewed documents" tab .. and i dont want that
18:33<themill>doodmang: unless you've configured otherwise, rc2.d is all that is being used on your system normally; /msg dpkg runlevels.
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18:34<lindi->d0ct0r: why don't you want that?
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18:36<doodmang>themill, so should I remove the script or is it okay if I make it non executable
18:37<d0ct0r>lindi-, i dont have time to click "clear recently viewed documents"
18:37<doodmang>themill, though I guess there is no use for it
18:37<lindi->d0ct0r: why not let them be there?
18:38<d0ct0r>lindi-, i dont want it to be there... can i disable that feature?
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18:38<rafael_>their photos must be private
18:39<lindi->d0ct0r: do you want to disable the whole "recently viewed documents" completely from all applications?
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18:41<d0ct0r>lindi-: yep
18:41<d0ct0r>if its possible
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18:42<lindi->d0ct0r: echo add_file_to_recent_files=0 >> ~/.gtkrc-2.0 should work for GTK applications
18:42<lindi->d0ct0r: documentation:
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18:44<lindi->d0ct0r: but note that this is a desktop standard so by disabling it your system will be "odd" :P
18:44<xun>seanius, I got an answer, but thank you anyway :)
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18:57<zeus>I ve executed "update-grub" how can i tell wich will be the default kernel on next reboot ?
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19:00<Guest9375>how do I join a different channel?
19:01<rafael_>/join #channel-name
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19:01<Guest9375>first time linux user :)
19:01<rafael_>good luck Guest9375
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19:06<Guest9375>the ubuntu channel isn't very active so I'll ask here, how do I customize Unity on Ubuntu? Or toggle 3d?
19:06<scisteffan_>hi, I have a n00b question: I'm trying to run the "./configure" command in the directory of source code in a program written in c, but I get "bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
19:06<scisteffan_>". Am I missing a package somewhere?
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19:07<zeus>I still need help. The dist-upgrade process has finished. I've rebooted into squueze and it WORKS ! BUT "uname -a" reports "Linux stillfile.local 2.6.32-bpo.5-amd64 #1 SMP Wed Jul 20 09:10:04 UTC 2011 x86_64 GNU/Linux" how can i uninstall this old backport kernel if it's active ?
19:07<scisteffan_>oh, there is no configure file..
19:07<nyov>no, you're missing a configure script or it has no exectable permissions
19:08<scisteffan_>nyov: I see ""
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19:09<rafael_>Guest9375: Unity is not very customizable at the moment, and you should go to ubuntu channel, but in the Freenode network, ubuntu channel in Debian IRC is not very active
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19:10<nyov>scisteffan_: is there a ?
19:11<scisteffan_>nyov: there sure is...
19:11<nyov>scisteffan_: try running 'autoreconf --install && autoreconf' and see if it produces a configure script
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19:11<r0ger>The following partially installed packages will be configured: lighttpd <- i installed lighttpd for the fastcgi binary it ships with and i already had nginx installed so i'm not sure whether that's why it didn't complete the installation or if me removing lighttpd with udate-rc.d -f lighttpd remove, but now it reinstalls (or attempts) everytime i use the package manager
19:11<r0ger>how can i have it ignore that package?
19:12<r0ger>i would prefer it not be in a broken state but i'm never going to use lighttpd so i'm not worried about it
19:13<zeus>how can i edit grub kernel list configuration ?
19:14<nyov>zeus: depends on your grub
19:14<zeus>nyov: well the squeeze default grub !
19:15<zeus>nyov: i only want to set the default kernel
19:15<rafael_>zeus: some in /etc/default/grub
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19:15<nyov>zeus: grub 2, see /etc/default/grub
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19:16<nyov>zeus: to 'hack' it manually, see /boot/grub/grub.cfg but that will be overridden on next update
19:17<zeus>nyov: it says to not manually edit this file ... but ... let's try
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19:18<nyov>zeus: change the default in /etc/default/grub and run update-grub
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19:19<zeus>nyov: i do not know how to edit it ... it do not contains my installed kernels. I only need to select a different kernel at boot time !
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19:21<zeus>well ... obviouly i'm connected to the machine via ssh ... i can't hit a arrow-down on boot !
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19:24<zeus>can any one help ?
19:26<nyov>zeus: count your number of "menuentries" in /boot/grub/grub.cfg and then set the one you want in /etc/default/grub GRUB_DEFAULT=$your_number
19:26<nyov>the first one is number zero
19:26<nyov>that should do it
19:26<zeus>nyov: you're the man. thank you a million !
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19:28<nyov>sure, no problem. personally I think grub1 was easier there
19:30<nyov>zeus: remember update-grub
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19:34<retrospectacus> /msg judd versions noip2
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19:35<zeus>nyov: done. now let's hope !
19:36<scisteffan>nyov: that works. I had to do "--add-missing" on top as well. Running ./configure brings up packages dependency problems: xorg-server, xproto, and inputproto. How do I download these packages? They are source packages..
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19:38<zeus>nyov: just to thank you again. the system rebooted with the selected kernel ! thank you again
19:38<Black_Prince>scisteffan, xorg-dev package
19:40<Black_Prince>Althrough it may install more than you want. Probably xserver-xorg-dev will be enough.
19:40<Black_Prince>judd, versions xserver-xorg-dev
19:40<judd>Package xserver-xorg-dev on i386 -- lenny: 2:1.4.2-10.lenny3; lenny-proposed-updates: 2:1.4.2-10.lenny4; squeeze: 2:1.7.7-13; squeeze-backports: 2:1.10.4-1~bpo60+1; wheezy: 2:1.10.4-1; sid: 2:1.11.0-1
19:40<nyov>zeus: nice
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19:50<anndruu12>Hi everyone. If I am running the terminal version of debian through qemu, how can i get files from the host machine (windows) onto the command line debian?
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19:52<nyov>qemu on windows? hm
19:53<nyov>anndruu12: with some scp/sftp/rsync windows software probably, or install some ftp server on the vm?
19:53<nyov>putty should do
19:54<anndruu12>that will work even with the command line version of debian?
19:54<nyov>what is the commandline version of debian? that will work as long as you have either an openssh, rsync or ftp server on the vm
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19:55<anndruu12>meaning there is no UI or anything
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19:56<nyov>you need host to guest networking, too
19:56<kop>anndruu12: There's no graphical UI, unless you want one.
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19:57<anndruu12>kop: right, no graphical UI was my choice, trying to keep it lightweight, but need to be able to get files from the host windows machine, onto debian to compile
19:58<kop>anndruu12: You might consider a VM, although you seem to have something working so....
19:58<kop>!tell anndruu12 about interfaces
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19:58<anndruu12>kop: yea, working for the most part. I am using qemu because i am neeting to emulate big endian architecture
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19:59<nyov>filezilla does sftp, so if you have ssh running on the guest, that would work
19:59<kop>anndruu12: You can cross compile too, but I don't know how that works and, of course, what you produce won't run except on the target architecture.
20:00<anndruu12>hmm, ok
20:00<kop>!tell anndruu12 about emdebian
20:01<kop>anndruu12: ^^ in case you're interested.
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20:01<anndruu12>kop: Thanks, I am just using the ppc distro of debian atm. i'll give that a look
20:02<amitz>say, what's the debian way for keep alive of ppp connection? ping? or a debian package exists?
20:02<kop>amitz: ppp has a link level ping built-in to test for connectivity, is that what you're looking for?
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20:03<kop>amitz: Otherwise, nothing wrong with ping.
20:03<kop>amitz: You might use debtags to search the packages.
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20:04<amitz>not sure, but let see if I can confiure wvdial to change that built-in ping, or pppd. hmmm ,let me google about this debtags concept.
20:05<kop>amitz: "aptitude show debtags"
20:06<amitz>seems neat, thanks :-)
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20:50<dpkg>Fakeraid is a term used for controller cards that advertise RAID functionality that is NOT supported by a hardware chip for parity. Most of these have only a BIOS. For use with Debian systems, it is suggested that you do not set a RAID in the BIOS and don't use dmraid, just use regular software RAID instead; ask me about <md>.
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21:03<petrB>when checking my gpg key with keycheck I get "No valid "e" usage flag set.." error. Does anyone know how to fix this problem?
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21:18<Kisa>Anyone alive or are you all just dead o-o
21:19<dpkg>If you have a question, just ask! For example: "I have a problem with ___; I'm running Debian version ___. When I try to do ___ I get the following output ___. I expected it to do ___." Don't ask if you can ask, if anyone uses it, or pick one person to ask. We're all volunteers; make it easy for us to help you. If you don't get an answer try a few hours later or on See <smart questions><errors>.
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21:22<nyov>petrB: e means encrypt, maybe you're missing an encrypt subkey?
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21:26<petrB>nyov: thank you! I was not aware of encrypt subkey..
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21:37<qiker>Hola... alguien de Lima?
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22:16<dpkg>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.
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23:32<Golfgeo>Hi all
23:32<Golfgeo>Poking around menuconfig for the CONFIG_SYSFS_DEPRECATED option and can't find it... Anyone know where the option is to be found?
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23:42<Golfgeo>Found it :-D
23:42<sney>where was it
23:42<Golfgeo>gtg, have fun people :-)
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23:43<Golfgeo>kernel options of menuconfig :-)
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