"Lightning" could not be installed because it is not compatible with your Thunderbird
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 30, 2010
I am trying to install Lightning as an add-on to Thunderbird. And I got this error: "Lightning" could not be installed because it is not compatible with your Thunderbird build type (Linux_x86_64-gcc3).
I tried to download an xpi file here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thu...rd/addon/2313/
But it also did not work.
I also tried another xpi file here:
But it, too, did not work.
Any ideas how I can make Lightning work in my system?
Lightning not compatible with new Thunderbird release???
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 16, 2010
Does anyone know a trick to make the new Thunderbird release function with the Mozilla Lightning (calendar) extension? You will be my hero!
My history is this:
Each time Mozilla releases a new upgrade of Thunderbird (my main email client), I lose Lightning (my main calendar client) functionality. [BTW, this is a real pain in the chops!]
In the past I have been able to simply manually install the 64bit version of Lightning, post hoc, and it has worked. However, this is not working with the new T-Bird (v.3.1.7) release.
Error message reads:
""Lightning" could not be installed because it is not compatible with your Thunderbird build type (Linux_x86_64-gcc3). Please contact the author of this item about the problem."
Pidgin Message could not be sent because an error with the switchboard occurred
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 13, 2008
Whilst using the MSN protocol in Pidgin I occasionally get the message "Message could not be sent because an error with the switchboard occurred"
when trying to talk to people on my contact list.
I did a bit of research into it and tried a few suggestions but can't seem to get rid of the problem.
I am trying to assess whether its Pidgin or MSN that is the problem.
Has anyone else seen this problem and know how to stop it?
Do people using other IM clients get the same problem?
BlueZ <= 3.36 and Ubuntu 8.04.3 LTS not compatible with new USB bluetooth adapter?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 28, 2013
Hello all, I'm trying to use the Kinivo BTD-400 Bluetooth 4.0 USB adapter with Ubuntu 8.04.3 and I'm not having good luck. A user who reviewed the product said it worked with Ubuntu 12.04 out of the box so I'm wondering if my software is just too out-of-date.
I'm running a custom Linux 184.108.40.206 and I configured it for BlueTooth support (HCI USB driver was all that I needed to enable ) and installed the new kernel, but it just doesn't seem to handle the device right when I plug it in...
dmesg seems to confirm that I did in fact enable support in the kernel
Android smartphones not compatible with Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 26, 2012
I thought it was a given that Android would be fully compatible with Linux!
About Sony Xperia: "it's ironic that a phone built using Android, which itself is a Linux derivative, cannot connect effectively to a Linux system."
Same thing for Samsung galaxy nexus.
I don't intend to replace my 6 years old Nokia N95 yet, but it's a pain to have to sync with Nokia Suite (Windows only) for updating everything from maps to firmware.
The only phones that have GPS and WiFi that run some version of Linux are Nokia n900 and Garmin Asus nuvifone, as far as I know.
Is there any Android device fully compatible with Linux? Only the Android devices have the offline Google maps available.
This is kinda important to be left out of the full specs of a device when you shop for one - you have to dig deep into the manufacturer's web site to find out what desktop OS you need to install/download drivers for firmware updates and such
[SOLVED] Nvidia video driver not compatible with ABI version 7 of X server 1.7.99
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 27, 2010
Kernel 2.6.33 (x86_64)
AMD Athlon 64 Dual Core 5000+
NVIDIA GPU GeForce 6150SE nForce 430
Just updated driver from NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-190.53-pkg2.run. The previous installer failed to the build kernel module because kernels>2.6.31 placed files required by the installer to determine kernel version in a different directory. Also, one procedure call was missing an input parameter.
Downloaded and applied a patch to fix this. Was then able to build the kernel module. However, was unable to start X with the following info output to /var/log/Xorg.0.log:
Dovecot config not compatible with the one in HowToForge
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 19, 2012
The article states that it's for Arch, but it should work for Debian Sid with the use of apt-get instead of pacman. Anyway, here's what I'm having trouble with.
Here's the article that I'm having trouble with:
13.04 The system network services are not compatible with this version
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 16, 2013
I have installed Ubuntu 13.04 on an Aspire Acer PC and this is the first thing I see when I try to connect to the internet.
I have tried reverting to previous versions of the network manager as here but that has caused more problems with Ubuntu forcing me to install the newer versions and with the password constantly being queried.
I have had this problem ('not compatible...' with other Linux distributions (Fedora, Mint). I assume there could be a problem with the Wifi Link 5100 network card.
I have tried sudo modprobe -r iwlwifi sudo modprobe iwlwifi 11n_disable=1
but I get "Module iwlwifi is in use". Although I did have some success with connecting after this but after a reboot everything went back to not working and never worked again even after entering the mentioned commands.
After the modprobe commands I don't get the error in the topic, but the wifi still doesn't work. It does try to connect to networks, although failing each time.
It seems to randomly connect sometim
php.inirecommended not compatible with phplist
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 23, 2008
I just came across an apache/php issue. When I use the php.ini-dist file, the phplist application works fine. However, when I use the php.ini-recommended file as the configuration file, the php pages come up all convoluted and messy.
I haven't been able to track down which part of the configuration messes up the php. Yes, the file does say to be cautious when using it, but it is worthwhile mentioning that I came across an application that is not compatible with it.
Mythbuntu 12.04.2 64bit ISO not compatible with USB Flash drives??
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 13, 2013
I tried 2 different ISO to USB programs and both produced a FAILED bootable USB Flash Drive.
Neither program produced a USB Flash drive that successfully booted into the Mythbuntu installer.
I tried a 4GB Flash drive with unetbootin and a 1GB Flash drive with the Universal USB Installer.
I checked the MD5SUMS code to be sure the ISO was not corrupt. The code matched.
1065b482382203d367cf7ce1c69b7c51 (for mythbuntu-12.04.2-desktop-amd64.iso)
The flash drive made with unetbootin booted to a menu of boot choices and none of them would boot the machine. Some just sat with a blinking cursor and others just gave an error and restarted the menu.
The flash drive made with Universal USB Installer, started booting to a maroon Mythbuntu splash screen and then stopped with an error message.
Is anyone else seeing this problem?
I can take screen photos, if it will help troubleshoot.
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