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SerajewelKSunixp: no i mean download the source code for guitar pro and compile it
linuxman410is there a beta download for debian 6 and where can i get it
dpkgTesting is a continuously updated release between <stable> and <unstable>, currently codenamed <squeeze>.  See and ask me about <testing faq> <lenny->squeeze> <testing security> <moving target> <dda> <apt-listchanges> and <bts>.  You should have a sound knowledge of Debian packaging to use testing and should be prepared for a bumpy ride at times.  Don't use it on things that are critical or on servers.
Titan8990linuxman410: if you are not familar with the concepts in <>, you should not try testing
babilenlinuxman410: but read what dpkg just said
ErNcialright, anyone a iptables pro? :(
Titan8990ErNci: #netfilter
babilenErNci: #netfilter ;)
ErNcity :)
shylentiptables pro :P
shylentanyone can be an iptables pro, just read 'man iptables'
CutMeOwnThroatcould a stack-size of 8192 be the reason iceweasel segfaults a shortish time after a starting?
Titan8990CutMeOwnThroat: what version is segfaulting on you?
CutMeOwnThroatoh, nice - I increased the limit and now it's segfaulting faster
CutMeOwnThroatlenny -  3.0.6-3 according to dpkg...
CutMeOwnThroatwell, that saves time, I guess
Titan8990CutMeOwnThroat: work for me(tm)
CutMeOwnThroatof course
CutMeOwnThroatit worked for me 3 weeks ago as well
jhutchins_ltCutMeOwnThroat: I didn't have segfaults, but I had some memory leak issues and some hard-to-render pages so I went to the backport, which has been stable and functional.
Titan8990CutMeOwnThroat: looks like #574449
CutMeOwnThroatI guess it's my settings ~/.mozilla/ - part of which are the restore-data to restore the last session
CutMeOwnThroatnow if my browser stays open long enough, I'll look at that bug
Titan8990CutMeOwnThroat: perfect time to install w3m-el
CutMeOwnThroatright now it's frozen instead of segfaulted - not sure if I should call this an improvement
CutMeOwnThroatthis morning I even had to press the reset-button because the machine didn't respond, even to ping (according to /var/log/messages it was running fine and writing MARKs into the log) there's only one rational explanation for all this: Gremlins
fananiHi all , do know how install debian lenny with live cd
CutMeOwnThroatTitan8990, that bug's not all-too-helpful
fananii'm after download debian live cd , but after i try , not icon to install
fananido u help me
babilenfanani: The live cd is not used for installations.
fananibefore theank :D
Titan8990CutMeOwnThroat: I know, but shows that its a known issue. You might want to pick up on it, since it looks like the orginal submitter has not followed through with the maintainers request
babilen!tell fanani about netinst
fananiand then , what me doing ?
Titan8990!tell fanani about ig
babilenfanani: You might also want to read the installation guide - "/msg dpkg ig" to get the URL
CutMeOwnThroatTitan8990, well, I was going to do what they suggested anyway - go to a fresh profile (well, or at least stop using the restore function)
fananiAm i must download debian except live cd
Titan8990fanani: the livecd is _not_ an installer
fananibefore i'm sory because I'm a new user of debian
Titan8990thats why we are here
babilenfanani: No problem - Just read the installation guide and come here if you have questions :)
Liquid-Silencehowdy Titan8990 :)
Titan8990Liquid-Silence: afternoon
Liquid-SilenceTitan8990: evening here :) but how are you doing?
Titan8990Liquid-Silence: you should join #debian-offtopic for this kind of chat
janisHi guys!! After an update on my system, konqueror displays following problem with a large statusbar:  Is this something common and easily fixable?
Titan8990janis: that looks a hell of a lot like opensuse...
fananican u watch this : certainty
fananii'm sory
janisTitan8990, that is definately debian sqeeze
Rayneis it possible to search for the package which created the user foo?
fananii'm bad a copy
shylentlooks like windows 7 to me ! :P
shylentnot really
CutMeOwnThroatthat seems to have worked... it's MINUTES since the last crash
Titan8990fanani: if english is not your native language, you might be able to get better help in one for your native language
fananican u wath this :
fananii issue more proble after update debian
|STF|hi guys
fananithis :
babilenfanani: You want to use different mirrors - "/msg dpkg mirrors" for the list
janisCan I temporarily instruct aptitude to use only stable repositories for a single session, w/o having to edit sources.lst?
fananiok , i want tray
Titan8990janis: you are mixing debian releases?
babilenfanani: And as a sidenote: aptitude is the default package manager for lenny (and not apt-get) and I would encourage you to use it.
janisTitan8990, yes, whatever works :p
Titan8990janis: wait... are you the refuse to update kernel and udev problem?
karlpincjanis: Yes.  There's an apt option for a filename instead of sources.lst.
janisTitan8990, yep
janisthx karlpinc, i'll search it
janisTitan8990, well, if you are curious I can tell you how it went
Titan8990janis: I am not curious
|STF|Does someone knows an alternativ to hostapd? Cause i have the problem that i have  an usb-wlan-stick form msi , which use the rt2870 is not supported by hostapd
fananii'm sorry friend , because i'm after reade tutorial of ubuntu
babilenfanani: Just telling you - apt-get works fine on Debian too :) (/msg dpkg why aptitude and /msg dpkg why not aptitude)
janiswell, bottom line, I have what I want now, so I consider it a success. even though it could probably not have been sthing officially advised  :p
fananiand then now :
Titan8990!tell janis about moving target
Titan8990fanani: babilen suggested you try a different mirror. you have not changed mirrors
fananititan, . . thank . I want search other loka miror
babilen!tell fanani about mirrors
babilen!tell fanani about sources.list
fananibabilen :  i want copu paste my miror on pastebin
janisTitan8990, I am happy with testing, but thanks :) So far I had few problems, and I had been enjoying kde4 which is not released afaik in the lenny version.. and other stuff. It is a tradeoff I am willing to deal with. I just like to not play by the rules, and the tools available should be allowing nme to do whatever I want, as long as they warn me of the possible consequences. That's the whole open source mentality as I perceive it :p And I
janisrespect what you have been warning me this far :))
babilenpaste your /etc/apt/sources.list - but *you* need to decide which mirror you want to use. Or you can go with the default "http://ftp.<cc> lenny main [contrib] [non-free]" where you replace <cc> with your country code
fananibabilen :
fananiit's my source /etc/apt/source.list
babilenfanani: yes - the mirror does not work, so you need to use a *different* one.
babilenfanani: Are you sure that you want proposed-updates in there?
janisdoes testing only provide one version of each package?
babilenfanani: and you repeat the volatile entry
babilenjanis: yes, the newest
Titan8990janis: all repositories only provide one version at a given time
|STF|Does someone knows an alternativ to hostapd? Cause i have the problem that i have  an usb-wlan-stick form msi , which use the rt2870 is not supported by hostapd. Is there an alternativ driver?
Titan8990janis: debian is not typically a moving target like testing
fananibabilen : i sure
janisTitan8990, I see...
fananibabilen : it miror is a large in my place
babilenfanani: but it is not working apparently
janisCan I find older testing versions in a separate repository for that specific purpose?
fananibabilen : are u know about it issue ,
|STF|Can someone help me with hostapd?
fananibabilen : if u know about this issue , i will send a report to this mirror
poochiefmy debian machine has been acting kind of slow... any ideas?
RezagratsNvm, i had Cool'n'Quiet on. ;p
dpkg<snadge> i want to create a version of debian that violates as many patents as possible, and is crammed full of non free software and warez.. call it debian warez edition. what do you think? :P
laurusI'm on Debian Squeeze with Xfce. For some reason the wireless manager, Wicd, cannot obtain an IP address from almost any wireless router. Does anyone know what is causing this problem?
aguitel_laurus, try with network-manager
laurusaguitel, is that a command line network manager?
laurusOh, I see, it's the GNOME one. Ok!
HackeMateI am worried by my son, he is using msn and closes its door, also doesn't let me to know who is he talking with, or what is he doing, is very worried if i appear closer to its computer, is there a good sniffer for my lan for msn?
aguitel_laurus, in root:aptitude install network-manager
RezagratsIf for some reason i couldn't see the OK/Apply button in Screen Resolution prefences, what key combo would i use?
unixpwhere can i adjust the launch application if i want easily to open a directory?
unixpif i choose "open the directory" it gets the launch application where i have to choose an application...
unixpwhere can i find die File Manager adjust to set it to default?
babilenlaurus: Take a look at the wicd.log before installing network-manager
fruitwerksanyone good with sed? I can't figure this out
CutMeOwnThroatthere isn't a udev in bpo to use together with 6.3.32?
[Jasper]hej guys, is there a php4 package for debian?
keith4fruitwerks: escape the $
keith4!tell [Jasper] about search
fruitwerkskeith4 yeah.. like \$ ?
[Jasper]I did a search keith4
abrotman[Jasper]: not in lenny or above
CutMeOwnThroatfruitwerks, /
keith4fruitwerks: and terminate your s expression
CutMeOwnThroatno, he didn't escape \ or use a different character to separate
CutMeOwnThroatbut it's not really a debian question, is it?
fruitwerksI have been stuck on this for two hours.. and no, I just thought someone would know
CutMeOwnThroatoh, you're right, keith4 the next thing is supposed to be the filename
CutMeOwnThroatI thought it's part of the pattern :)
Action: fruitwerks I always get hung up on the simplest things
keith4fruitwerks: you don't need to be "good with sed" to read the error message that sed spits out
CutMeOwnThroathe he
CutMeOwnThroatreading error messages is uncool
fruitwerksyeah I have searched for examples and everything is like way compliacted
CutMeOwnThroatsigh - and seems build-dependencies for udev from testing demand I install a newer libc6
fruitwerksI keep finding examples that use awk and pipe it through sed like 8 times
fruitwerksand they don't apply to me lol
CutMeOwnThroatit's not really hard, though
fruitwerkscan you find an example that applies to my situation?
CutMeOwnThroatwe told you what's wrong
CutMeOwnThroator keith4 did
fruitwerksyes escaping.. I can't find anything that makes sense
wolsCutMeOwnThroat: the bpo 2.6.32 should work fine with your lenny udev
CutMeOwnThroatno, terminate the damn expression with a  /
wolsCutMeOwnThroat: and just cause some dependency says it needs a newer libc6, doesn't make it true
CutMeOwnThroatwols, modules aren't loaded automatically - or at least I don't have sound which suggests that they aren't
wolsjust try it with lenny libc6
CutMeOwnThroatwols, yes, I know - but hard to figure which of the other dependencies I need as there's obviously some dependencies I don't
fruitwerks.. and I get $HOME as my replacement :(
keith4fruitwerks: sed 's/old/new/'
CutMeOwnThroatfruitwerks, you never said what you wanted to do
fruitwerksand new is $HOME not what echo $HOME returns
CutMeOwnThroatyou're also a bit offtopic here - if you want to ask this, pleas ask the whole question so we can answer you
keith4isn't there a #sed?
fruitwerksyes, but I have pissed everyone off
themillfruitwerks: use " not '. And /msg dpkg sed help
[Jasper]thx abrotman
iceroothow to see all dependencies a program have? (with sub-dependencies like a depends on b which depens on c)
CutMeOwnThroat,pciid 00:10.1
fruitwerkssed 's/%USERHOME%/$HOME' files/gm_conf > /root/test.log | replace %USERHOME% with the output of echo $HOME
wolsiceroot: apt-rdepends
icerootwols: thx
wolsCutMeOwnThroat: that's no pci id, that's a pci address on the bus
CutMeOwnThroatI noticed :)
CutMeOwnThroatbut after loading the correct module + snd-pcm-oss, I still can't use /dev/dsp although it's there
CutMeOwnThroatoh, that's why: hda-intel: cannot find the slot for index 0 (range 0-1), error: -16 // Error creating card! //HDA Intel: probe of 0000:00:10.1 failed with error -16
CutMeOwnThroatperhaps I just go back to the older kernel
Titan8990CutMeOwnThroat: your having a lot of trouble today
themillfruitwerks: use " not '. s requires three delimiters "s/pat/sub/" but you only have two. Use , or # rather than / for the delimiter.
gutek999except instaling alsa do i need anything more to have sound on debian ?
Titan8990themill: you should note he was getting help in #bash and this is _not_ the channel he was told to go to
CutMeOwnThroatTitan8990, well, the machine didn't respond this morning, I had to reboot - I booted into the new kernel which I had installed (because of other problems), but not used... and since then there's trouble :)
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