#ubuntu - Thu 8 Mar 2007 between 20:21 and 20:25

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mentaluproarproblem: reading from one NTFS partition and backing up to an external USB ntfs partition. Go
IndyGunFreakChetwin: are you sure you're installing the drivers right?
seravitaeToma-: im looking for a multi-server GUI client.
Toma-seravitae: exactly.
jongvaalath you need the ntfs-3g package
ChetwinIndy: If I was sure then I would most likely have better luck
I'm going to use synaptic
Vaalthive done it before dont remember the command though
seravitaeToma-: i wouldn't call xchat GUI.
Vaalthso im guessing i have it ;)
seravitaeif you wish me to be more precise, i'd prefer a gnome-accessible client.
Toma-seravitae: xchat isnt a GUI?
Xenguyseravitae: of course xchat is GUI
seravitaei said *I* wouldn't call it a gui.
Toma-seravitae: xchat is written in GTK, same as gnome.
Xenguyseravitae: yes. You are wrong.
seravitaethat is fine if i am wrong, since it is an opinion.
Grenadeword
Toma-seravitae: i dont get it... you want something more visually appealing that xchat?
seravitaeeither way i thought it was obvious that if i was using xchat-gnome i wouldn't roll back to xchat.
Xenguyseravitae: no, it is a fact -- it *is* a Graphical User Interface (i.e. GUI). Period. End of story. Thank you for playing. Next :P
actionseravitae sighs
seravitaesighs
never mind.
aarmenaaI need to install Ubuntu on a laptop. The BIOS has no support for booting anything via USB. I've tried using Linloader from DOS, and couldn't get it to work. So, instead I used an adapter to put the hard drive from my laptop into a desktop, and installed Ubuntu from there. The laptop now boots, and I can use the command line, but X refuses to start (different video card, etc). What I'd like to do is just get Ubuntu to redo the installation, so it'll
bruenigit is not an opinion you wouldn't call xchat a gui, a gui is a certain thing with criteria that are used to determine if something fits it, either xchat fit that criteria and therefore is a gui or it doesn't, no opinion there
Vaalthso does anyone know the command to mount an ntfs drive?
Xenguyseravitae: hey you deserved it ;-)
Vaalthubuntuguide.org is down or something so i cant check that :/
Toma-seravitae: you can roll back to xchat...
seravitaei said never mind.
drop it.
SlartVaalth: look in "man mount" there is a switch for file system.. set it to ntfs
Toma-seravitae: ha. ok then
martallixchat is a great little program
bruenigthere is a difference between saying, hey alright guys just an opinion and admitting defeat
jongWell if no one has any ideas about how I can debug if my drive recognition problem is hardware/software or how to debug it could someone at least point me in the direction of where to figure this out. I've been trying to get my files for the last 2 days
Xenguyseravitae: oh, and you want the last word too? Then "drop it" =)
SlartVaalth: I don't mount my disks manually so I don't know the command.. but I can tell you what my fstab says?
bruenigthe latter is called for
martalliIf you want command line irc, try epic

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