#kubuntu - Tue 17 Apr 2007 between 12:59 and 13:09

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stdinDaisuke_IPFW: you need to install a X server for windows to get it working, I have done it before
bobstroDaisuke_IPFW: are computers at school win or linux?
Daisuke_IPFWwin
home pc's linux
bobstroDaisuke_IPFW: x under windows is cool, but if you just want to use otherwise-blocked win apps, the socks proxy is perfect.
Daisuke_IPFW: think of it as poor-man's VPN via ssh.
Daisuke_IPFWheh
ForMatterBobstro : i need the source shell script..
VSpikeI use xming + openssh + cygwin to remote access my main box from work (windows) laptop
livingdaylightITS THE FINAL COUNTDOWN!!!
bobstroForMatter: check out the bash scripting guides Dr_willis suggested. there's a LOT to that topic that is not specific to ubuntu.
ForMatterBobstro : please..I need your help..
mikeymorning folks. Is there any other file explorer to use than Konq?
bobstroForMatter: as VSpike said, please clearly state what exactly you want to do. otherwise, i can only suggest bash scripting guides.
Tm_Tmikey: yes, multiple, like Dolphin
Daisuke_IPFWdolphin looks promising
haven't tried it yet though
mikeyI'll have a look at that one, ty
konq seems a bit bloated for simply accessing drives and files
bobstroForMatter: try here for example - http://steve-parker.org/sh/exitcodes.shtml
Tm_Tmikey: depends, for me it's only "good" filebrowser, for lighter needs I have bash
mikeyDolphin in standard repos?
Tm_T!dolphin
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dolphin - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi
Tm_T!info dolphin
ubotudolphin: File manager for KDE focusing on usability. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.6.0-0ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 238 kB, installed size 932 kB
mikeybash is command line, yes?
Tm_Tmikey: yes
CapaHTo go from Ubuntu to Kubuntu one merely types: apt-get install kubuntu-desktop correct?
stdinCapaH: yes
reydelsillonH people. Ive recently switched over from xp to kubuntu. nice graphics :) - I got 2 hardisk instaled on the machine. a Sata disk and a Ide disk. for some reason i cant see the ide disk (that has a ntfs partition) when im using kubuntu. I thought kubuntu should automount all disk an partitions.
stdinreydelsillon: what does "sudo fdisk -l" show ( in konsole), post it to http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org
l is a lowercase L
jhutchins!ntfs | reydelsillon
ubotureydelsillon: To view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions . For write access see !ntfs-3g or !fuse
reydelsillonhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/16131/
kubuntu22!fuse
ubotuThough it's still very unsafe, you can read about Ubuntu NTFS writing using fuse here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lkraider/NtfsFuse
Daisuke_IPFWshouldn't the trigger for ntfs write access be !masochist ?
WillLuongoDaisuke_IPFW: yes

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