Possible bug when posting from Android
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 5, 2010
I have been having a slight problem posting here on LQ from my Android 2.1 phone, and it has been going on long enough now that I figured I might as well post about it. I did search a bit for Android related bug reports and didn't seem to see any mention of it.
Very simply, when posting a reply (and possibly a new thread, I will find out in a second...), it always comes back with an error that says I need to wait 11 seconds between posts. The message does actually post, but it gets a little annoying having to keep navigating away from the error message (as it doesn't go back to the message list). This happens every time I use the Quick Reply box at the bottom of the page, I have to check when posting with the full editor but I seem to recall it happens then too.
The interesting thing is that the same thing happens when I use the Dolphin HD browser instead of the default Android browser, so I am not sure what is actually triggering it.
Getting the error “device not found” when running a apk file from Android emulator
location: linuxexchange.com - date: November 29, 2013
I am trying to install an apk file from command prompt but getting an error "Device not found".
Possible to send “release” build, over USB cable, from Android Studio?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: June 22, 2014
100 pt bounty up for grabs here!
Using Android Studio 0.6.1 (actually on OSX), normally I have build variant set on "debug".
I have a phone plugged in "Connected as a media device". I click the "Run" button up top.
Everything works fantastically well.
However. Say I change this to "release" ...
it seems impossible, to now send it over the USB to the phone?
I understand that to publish to the playstore, I use "release" and use "build signed apk", using the password for the keystone. That works perfectly.
SoBut can I just "leave it on" "release" mode while working with the tethered phones?
(With iOS development for example, the "debug" setting is just annoying and sucks, and you can just leave it on "release" all the time, basically. Indeed you can just delete the "debug" variant.)
thanks, Android aces!!
Here's the error that appears if you try to send a "release" build over the USB cable to a tethered phone.
Access Ubuntu 12.04 remotely from Android Tablet
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 9, 2012
I have used Ubuntu before, but not for some time. Just installed 12.04 beta 2 64-bit yesterday. I am aware of VNC, but not sure which version might work best with which Android application? Is there anything like PocketCloud or LogMeIn where I don't have to spend half a day poking holes through firewalls and configuring my wireless router and cable modem?
Main use case is that something acts up and I need to provide support for my home (read wife or daughter) users. Secondary use case is so I can start downloads of things to watch when I get home in the evening.
[SOLVED] migrate tablet pc from android to linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 23, 2012
Hi, I am planning to buy an android tablet and then install a linux OS. This is so that I can use mono and wine for a particular win app.
Are there likely to be h/w support issues as in some chips supported by Android not being supported by a regular linux (opensuse/ubuntu) distro?
Possible To Install Puppy From Inside Ubuntu?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 28, 2011
neither the CD nor the usb can boot on this old dell latitude. no internet either.
it's running ubuntu off the hard drive. ubuntu can read the usb drive.
how can i install the puppy iso from inside ubuntu?
Error when booting from CD Ubuntu 12.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 30, 2012
Lately I'm nervous to go with Ubuntu.
I used it as my only OS since version 8.04 until 11:10 when I started having problems every time I went to install it.
A year ago I'm on Windows because everything I try to install on my machine goes wrong, until the LTS version is unstable.
I downloaded Ubuntu 12.10 and now tried to boot.
1 - First problem:
"Secure Boot not enabled"
I tried a few things on the internet nothing intuitive, a few things here ... other there ... did not find anything that explained clearly. So I risked moving into BIOS and found a property called more or less "Quick Boot", I enabled.
I tried booting again and again the message appeared, but instead of freezing the system as before, allowed me to go to the Grub.
2 - Second problem:
I chose the option "Try without installing" and came another error like this: "Error on reading from cd'0 0x5b55 sector." He spends a few seconds and gives a &qu
'Boot Error' when booting from USB
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 30, 2011
I want to dual boot Ubuntu and Windows XP. I have Windows XP, I downloaded the desktop iso for Ubuntu 10.10. Then using the Universal USB Installer, I prepared my pendrive (without formatting it, the filesystem is FAT32). Then I made the required changes in the boot order.
But the BIOS showed a 'Boot Error', it showed this even when I had mentioned Hard Disk (windows) as a second option.
Unable to open JPEG files imported from Android
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 26, 2012
Hello all. I apologize if this is posted in the wrong place or if somehow this has been previously solved and I missed it in my searches. If either of these are true, pass along the link or move it.
All that said, I am having the following issue. I have connected a Motorola Droid 2 to a Dell Inspiron 1520 laptop running the latest version of Ubuntu. The phone was connected in USB storage mode, and when I navigated to DCIM/Camera none of the files within would open. The error message was something along the lines of "Error interpreting JPEG image file (Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x00 0x00)." I have opened several of the images in a hex editor and FF d8 is buried deep within the file while the start of them appears to be a string of zeroes, some random characters, than over a hundred lines worth of zeroes, followed by more random characters, and then the actual file start.
Does anyone know what my issue seems to be or how I could rectify it?
Thank you for all o
"EDD: Error 1000 reading sector xxxxx" when booting from 12.04 LiveCD
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 15, 2012
Hi, I am currently using windows vista and I am unfamiliar with Linux and Ubuntu. I would like to try out the latest version of Ubuntu (12.04) on my PC which has 2.80 GHz Pentium 4 HT Processor, 512 MB of RAM, 80 GB HDD, and Intel 865G Motherboard.
I downloaded and burned the ISO of the latest Ubuntu release version and want to dual boot it with windows, but when i boot the LiveCD, i get the following screens:
"EDD: Error 1000 reading sector xxxxxxx"
where xxxxxxx is the sector number.
Can you tell me more about this error and how to get it solved? And is it a problem of my hard disk or something else?
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