#ubuntu - Sun 25 Mar 2007 between 07:10 and 07:14

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mjbrooksJowi, just like in the real world drivers and wine are not always a good combination
FlannelTomaszD: what does `sudo /etc/init.d/mpd restart` give you?
TomaszDie. begging my brother to start mpd, and then restart icecast2, or doing it by myself via vnc, no fun Flannel
Jowijarwound, if it is like that when you start the computer you can probably set it in bios. if it is after linux has booted you can probably switch the default monitor around in xorg.conf
variantEdulix: checking
ferret_0568btw, after you get your problem fixed, a very good system monitor is conky, it can display so many stats, plus monitor MPD
jarwoundok gradin ill boot up into bios and see if i can fix it from there, brb
Edulixvariant: in previous kernel version, my system just freezed, but now in 2.6.20 it goes veryyyyyy slow but still kinda works and that's how I got access to dmesg
McQueenteenbeat2007, i am ready
TomaszDFlannel, Stopping Music Player Daemon: not running or no pid_file set. Starting Music Player Daemon: mpd.
Flannel, that's after a reboot
teenbeat2007ok go to directory /mnt and see if the partition is there
FlannelTomaszD: you don't need to restart icecast. It'll stream regardless of whether it has a source client.
teenbeat2007McQueen: and if you can get in
TomaszDFlannel, thing is, it wouldn't work. strange.
variantEdulix: seems like a buggy peice of kernel code could cause that.. i'm not a kernel dev though. my advice would be to run some tests with hdparm for example: hdparm -Tt /dev/sda
Edulixvariant: the feeling I get is that some high kernel priority thread tries to use the system. and every time kernel gets an interruption (i.e. I press a key), it freezes for a while
FlannelTomaszD: seems like you should give it a pid ;)
TomaszDFlannel, I restarted mpd, but it had problems with opening the audio device. So I restarted icecast2 and it's running fine
Edulixvariant: http://rafb.net/p/2Pus8i43.html
FlannelTomaszD: believe that's because, without a PID, it doesn't stop the old mpd. Or, something like that.
McQueenteenbeat2007, bash: cd: win: Permission denied
ferret_0568What is a good Linux PDA? I want wireless and MP3 players with OGG + FLAC also
And, a movie player
jarwoundback gradin and i cant see anything in the BIOS to change the moniter defult. On XP it has a choice, is there no function of similar setup on Ubuntu?
Lcarsdatais a green box yes or no in synaptic
TomaszDFlannel, I want to just workaround this, is there a file I could put just put both restart commands into that get processed every boot?
ferret_0568You know, the stuff that costs way too much on Palm OS?
teenbeat2007ok one moment
FlannelTomaszD: Give it a PID file.
McQueenteenbeat2007, i created link to wrong partitions?
gradinjarwound: hrm... kde or gnome?
Edulixvariant: notice that it's a cdrom, do cdrom drives support -tT?
EnphenitieWhen I use the command sudo cp -r, the folder I copy is read-only. How do I make it not read-only?
ferret_0568<even instant messengers cost money...grumble...grumble>
TomaszDFlannel, what is this PID file you speak of? Teach me about it.
EnphenitieOr rather, I don't have permissions to view it, change it, ect
jarwoundgradin gnome
JowiTomaszD, "pidof programname" will give you its PIDnumber
teenbeat2007what hdd do you have hda or different

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