Slackware64 14.1 kernel bug on resume after sleep
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 17, 2014
I got hit by this when using the 3.10.17 generic kernel:
It happened on both a Thinkpad T420 and a T430. I grabbed the 3.10.30 kernel from kernel.org and compiled it using the generic config, and now the problem seems to have gone away. At least I haven't had /var/log/syslog fill up with mad amounts of mei_me notices since the upgrade.
As far as I've been able to figure out, this was supposed to have been fixed back in 3.10.5, so I guess 3.10.17 regressed in regards to this.
Maybe a kernel update for Slackware64 14.1 is in order?
Hardware bug:clock timer configuration lost
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 9, 2006
I'm running Slackware(kernel 2.2.26),and I receive quite often this following messages:
probable hardware bug: clock timer configuration lost - probably a VIA686a.
probable hardware bug: restoring chip configuration.
Does anyone know to fix this problem?
Lightning calendar bug
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 4, 2009
Small calendar in Lightning's sidebar is showing incorrect days/dates.
That was for the benefit of the forum's cursor-hover preview thing. Here's the issue:
I'm not sure whether this is a bug in Thunderbird / Lightning, or just in my system. The small monthly calendar on the left side is not displaying correctly. The abbreviated days of the week along the top of the calendar are "Sa Sa Su Su Mo Tu We," and there are two day 1's at the start of the month. This means that day 2 is in the box where day 3 should be, and so forth through the whole month. The big, main calendar window is fine as far as I can tell. Now...
1) Within each session, the messed-up day abbreviations are consistent for every month as I scroll back and forth. Oddly, though, the first few times I started it, all seven days were "Sa."
2) The duplicated date problem occurs only for this month (November 2009).
3) If I scroll back a month, October's date numbers are correctly arranged, thoug
iPhone alarm clock progressive music alert + volume control
location: linuxexchange.com - date: March 18, 2013
I am working on a custom iPhone alarm clock.
Some users have slept in when the device is on silent and locked.
I know that the top iPhone alarms ('Smart Alarm Clock Free', 'Living Earth', 'Rise') can manually control and increase the volume if the App is in the foreground before the user locks their device.
Does anyone know how it is possible to navigate around silent mode?
iPhone vs Android
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 9, 2011
I was talking to some friends yesterday and one them said they were going to be getting rid of their Android phone and replacing it with an iPhone because iPhones are much less susceptible to getting viruses. I pointed out that Android phones are based on Linux so they wouldn't get all the Windows viruses but that any phone can get a virus if you download a rogue app. I also recall reading somewhere that the iPhone has different OS to Apple computers which they don't have that added security.
I'm really interested in what others think about this and which they prefer: Android or iPhones.
Android vs iPhone
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 14, 2012
Don't know if I can put this here, but I wanted to get some opinions on which you think is better and why. An explanation would be nice.
LXer: Android's new ally against the iPhone: Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 10, 2012
Published at LXer:
Strong sales of the iPhone 4S are putting renewed pressure on Android to innovate. Ubuntu for Android could give the platform a key capability iPhone is still missing.
Android 2.2 vs iPhone ios 4
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 19, 2010
Why would I want to buy an iPhone 4 versus an Andriod 2.2 phone?
Why would I want to buy an an Android 2.2 phone versus an iPhone 4 phone?
Bug in Citadelserver on Ubuntu Server Edition 12.04 LTS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 13, 2013
We are migrating to Ubuntu Server Edition from CentOS. We use the Citadel mail/groupware server a lot but there's a bug in Citadel resulting in the delete button in web mail not to work. The bug is described here:
Is there a way to fix this without upgrading either Ubuntu Server or Citadel Server, and what would it take to run a newer version of Citadel Server on 12.04 to fix this problem?
Ubuntu On A Phone Or Firefox OS: Which Scares iPhone And Android Most?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 11, 2013
Only time will tell. Anyway,the developments here are interesting to watch.
Canonical has one ace in the hole – the desktop feature. A powerful phone with Ubuntu installed can serve as a regular PC, once connected to a monitor and a keyboard.
At a time when most of your applications are hosted in the cloud, the ability to have your phone run a thin client on a large screen could convince many to try this Linux distribution. Add the fact that a fleet of Ubuntu phones can be managed through the same tools as Ubuntu servers, and you can see how it could appeal to the enterprise users.
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