#ubuntu - Fri 11 May 2007 between 20:21 and 20:27

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logixoulhi. can anyone help with http://rafb.net/p/B04YKq18.html ? I'm in the Kubuntu LiveCD right now.
d_funkyHat: root@next:/proc# cat /proc/asound/cards
0 [SB ]: HDA-Intel - HDA ATI SB
HDA ATI SB at 0xb0000000 irq 17
funkyHatgortba, you should be looking at a list of the soundcards in your computer
gglserLjL: on the latex website it says: Your system distribution or vendor has probably provided a TeX system including LaTeX. Check your usual software source for a TeX package.
funkyHatgortba, so if there's one there, then it looks like your soundcard is working
gortbafunkyHat: Doesn't that also show the internal soundcard?
hhhhfuck nazis ,fuck islam
scarteri'm considering adding some additional repos, but don't know where to check and see if they're safe/reliable. Any one know of a place where I can check/read any reviews?
d_funkyHat: volume is up..but can't hear anything...in "sound preferences" if I click Test..can't hear anything too...
funkyHatd_, ok so the soundcard is being picked up by ALSA... it could be that there's another volume control you need to change
d_o_O
how many volumes? :D
funkyHatd_ in the volume control window go to preferences and tick all the boxes
jacque1d_, have you ever had your sound working properly?
LjLgglser, the basic package is tetex-bin i think. not a heavy tex user at all here
funkyHatd_ well probably just master/front and PCM are the ones you need to worry about
f0rtuneim having a problem, im trying to make a bootable CD of xubuntu, but when i use the CD/DVD creator, it askes me to 'Create From Image' or 'Create with file', when i click 'Create from Image', nothing happens, anyone know why?
d_jacque1: with windows yes...with ubuntu no
gglserLjL: allright
funkyHatgortba, yeah it should show the internal sound card too, unless you've disabled it in your bios config
d_funkyHat: i've just used gnome-mixer and picked up ALL VOLUMES...but doesn't work o_O
jacque1d_, ok - thanks. I am having sound problems - but mine just started 2 days ago. thought it may have been related.
nickrudf0rtune, just right click the iso file, and select burn
cbswhats the best Nvidia driver to use with feisty?
f0rtunenickrud: will it burn it as a file or an image?
nickrudf0rtune, as an image
dyrnecbs: nvidia-glx should be pretty up to date
f0rtunenickrud: ok thanks
gortbafunkyHat: Can you please look at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/20421/ and tell me if my Sound Blaster is working?
funkyHatcbs I'd go with the drivers you get from the nvidia-glx package
nickrudf0rtune, gnome does some things too simply ;)
cbsdyrne: is there anything better?
funkyHatgortba, which sound blaster is it?
void^_cbs: nvidia-glx-new for cards newer than gf4
gortbafunkyHat: The only info I have is a booklet. Do you mean 16 PCI
cbsso apt-get install nvidia-glx-new?
f0rtuneso i read that Dell is going to make computers that have Ubuntu pre-installed, is that true, and if it is, when will they hit US shelves?
funkyHatgortba, it's a Soundblaster 16 PCI?

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