year 2038 problem
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 31, 2005
i am convinced for this problem
but what is the solution for this for the existing setups
do we all need to migrate then
linux mintsound problem
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 30, 2011
Hi folks. for the last week or so, i guess. I've been having sound problems either with the internet or locally. At first it was with the internet, wheras if i played video or audio from anything on the hard drive it was fine. I restarted the computer, saw that in sessions i had 2 main choices xclient script, and gnome. There was also failsafe gnome and failsafe terminal.
I went with gnome. This time I got sound on internet pages such as youtube, but none when playing video or audio stuff on hds ie no sound.
I restarted again, this time choosing failsafe gnome.
This time, i got sound from both net and hds.
The computer was switched off last night and back on this morning.
I didn't check to see what session i was logging into.
Anyway there was sound on the hds, but none on the net.
I restarted the computer, this time looked at the session options, and i think gnome was ticked. I changed it to failsafe
gnome, but it made no difference. there was still only sound coming from au
Linux have problem with video card.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 4, 2013
Hello, I'm very new to Linux, but not to computers in general. I really have no idea what I am doing on Linux as of now, so I'm trying to learn fast.
My first issue is I cant seem to get my Nividia GeForce 550 TI to work with Linux Mint, how would I go about telling the OS to use this video card and not my motherboards?
I do not have any of the GeForce softwear downloaded, because when I attempt to download it I cant execute any files even though I downloaded the Linux verion. I also attempted to use my disk that came with the video card, yet failed to prevale.
Browser Linux DHCP Problem
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 12, 2013
I am having a very strange wireless connection problem using Browser Linux 401 on a particular computer. The same machine connects to the Internet well using the same wireless adapter in Ubuntu 12.04. When used on my other two machines, Browser Linux goes online fine using the same wireless adapter, namely an IOgear WU625 wireless-n whose driver is RTL8192.
I am listing my wireless test data I've collected hoping that some Puppy Linux or Browser Linux users can help me. I tend to believe that this may be a wireless setup or DHCP issue, and not a hardware one.
(1) Simple Network Setup shows
(2) After I select my SSID, WEP, enter the Key and click Connect, Simple Network Setup returns
"DHCP failed to negotiate with wireless network"
(3) Wireless IP information
PostPosted: Sat 09 Nov 2013, 15:12 Post subject: Browser LinuxHCP Problem
Subject description: The time now is Sat 09 Nov 2013, 14:45
The Linux/Flash problem
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 11, 2013
I don't need to post here very often, my system works just fine except for: "The Flash problem"; I know that Adobe has withdrawn Linux support for Flash. This has caused me serious problems, I simply can't view most Youtube vids and I want to do an on-line course but the videos offered as part of the course are all Flash based, well, you can see my problem.
What I want to know is: is there a solution to this? If not, this is a deal breaker for me, I can't see any way out, other than to stop using Linux... This, I do not want to do, I really need your help and advice.
Linux Boot Problem!!
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 8, 2011
My problem is my 1st video card was from nvidia and nvidia driver was installed.I sold that card and buyed Radeon card.Now i cant boot into the system, as it is looking for nvidia card.After booting normally when it trying to switch to gui loging, it's hanging.Please tell me how to uninstall the nvidia driver and install radeon(command line).And after uninstall will it be back to normal Gui logging. Please write commands too . And if u think its not of the driver, please specify your reason, and solution too.
Linux : Debian
Dual Linux installation problem
location: linux.com - date: October 14, 2009
Suse and WindowsXP is running in the PC. I installed Ubuntu also in the PC. After installing Ubuntu i am not able to enter into Suse. At boot loader stage it is showing Ubuntu and WindowsXP only. It is not showing Suse.
After logon to Ubuntu I can see the files present in WindowsXP and Suse by mounting that particular drive. Can you please help me to get Suse back.
Lenovo Ideapad Y710 CD/DVD Drive Missing After Linux Install (Problem With GRUB)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 21, 2008
Recently, I partitioned my hard drive to install Ubuntu on my notebook. I've noticed that after the install my CD/DVD drive disappears in both the Windows and Linux partition. This problem has occurred with every linux OS I've installed.
I'm quite sure that the problem is the GRUB Bootloader. Using the option "acpi=off" in the menu.lst file works (only for Ubuntu), however it makes the operating system very unstable.
If anyone has any suggestions, I would love*to here them.
Thanks In Advance,
Lenovo IdeaPad Y710
Optiarc AD-7560A (CD Drive)
Intel Core 2 Duo
2.00 GB RAM
[SOLVED] Linux Gaming Problem
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 16, 2009
Hi, Ive been having problems with both Alien Arena and World of Padman. Alien Arena will randomly close when a level is loading. World of Padman will freeze my entire system, Ive waited almost 10 minutes before, nothing happens and I am forced to reboot.
I assumed that it was due to my graphics card not being very good, so I lowered all the video settings. I have been able to play games such as COD2, Halo and San Andreas on Windows so I know my graphics card is "gameable." I have absolutely no clue why this is happening. Any ideas???
Linux Installation Problem During Partitioning
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 2, 2010
I just received an old server with Windows Server 2000 on it, and I do not have the administrator password. I want to turn it into a Linux server and just get rid of Windows. I've tried to install Debian and Ubuntu and get the same problem.
- I pop in the CD with Linux on it and stick my USB drive in as well because if I don't, the CD-ROM won't mount during installation. (I was actually stuck on the step of getting the CD-ROM drive to mount for a couple days until I accidentally left the USB drive in and inadvertently provided Linux with the CD-ROM drivers. Yay!)
- Once it boots I use the "expert" boot parameter
- When I get to the partitioning stage of the installation, it takes around 25 minutes to start the partitioner and about 5 minutes to scan the disks.
- Once it starts partitioning the progress bar goes away and I am left with that dreaded blue screen and some bar where I can type text at the bottom. This lasts for hours. I can also press Alt+F2 to get
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