#kubuntu - Sat 7 Apr 2007 between 00:00 and 00:11



LeeJunFanJisao: yeah, they are just warnings - not errors, no harm.
MinatakuAlternately compile your own kernel with wacom support, which should give you a /dev/wacom and will also eliminate the messages
Alternately again, ignore them
They're just cruft in the log
JisaoWell, I am looking for the reason my computer crashes. The screens looks like a TV with large diagonal lines in it, and the keyboard and mouse don't respond anymore.
As I like Kubuntu, I would like to find out why this happens.
makuseruis there anyway to install kubuntu over a network instead of from a CD?
Chemicalvamplol.. i like this.. "/lib/cpp" fails sanity check...
epic_I have been following the install instructions for my ATI drivers, but I can't get anything to work. HELP PLS!
surgywhats the name of the module that gives k3b mp3 support? i thought it was k3b-mp3 but the command "sudo apt-cache search k3b-mp3" yeilds no results
epic_: be more spicific and i can see what i can do
Chemicalvampepic_ are you not getting the right output when you do the glfxinfo command
surgysoecific*
specific*
epic_I can't get glfx to install.
Chemicalvampwell that narrows it down 0.<
surgyepic_: do you have the restricted module/s installed?
epic_can't find the package
I don't think so...
surgyand is it the right restricted module for you specific kernal type?
thats your problem
sonoftheclayrsurgy: we had this the other day, i think it might've been libk3bmp3
zerothisjisao, i have the same thing happen about one a week. ussuall when I run a full screen opengl game. sometime a windows GL game will freeze up the system also. in these cases only the game window shows the odd pattern. I'm using propriatary nvidia drivers on a customised D900K
surgygo back to the tut and read up on the restricted modules part
epic_honestly, I have no idea. I just installed kubuntu and really have no idea what to do...
surgysonoftheclayr: thnx
!ati | epic_
ubotuepic_: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto
surgyepic_: read that, and pay attention to detail.
sonoftheclayrsurgy: sorry, it was libk3b2-mp3
epic_ok, thank you
surgyepic_: np
sonoftheclayr: that module isnt in the repos eather
sonoftheclayrsurgy: do you have the universe repo enabled?
JisaoI am running the proprietary nvidia drivers on a Geforce 6150 chip (all in one mobo). I don't get those crashed in Debian testing. I wonder why.
surgysonoftheclayr: i have every repo enabled :)
wsjuniorsurgy: libk3b2-mp3
surgywsjunior: thnx
jhutchins!mp3 | surgy
ubotusurgy: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats

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