Error: "kernel panic not syncing: I0apic + timer doesn't work! boot with apic"
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 25, 2007
this is the 4th time i have installed ubuntu threw wubi i have tried it on both hard drives but i still get this message.
this is after running the installer and then rebooting from xp i select ubuntu from the boot menu and this comes up
filesystem type is ntfs, partion type 0x7
[linux-bzimage, setup=0x1c00, size=0x1a82cc]
[linux-initrd @ 0x1f85e000, 0x7918a5 bytes]
[ 41.516068] ..mp-bios bug: 8254 timer not connected to 10-apic
[ 41.694871] kernal panic - not syncing: I0-apic + timer doesn't work! boot with apic=debug and send a report. then try booting with the 'noapic' option
[ 41.694873] _
thats waht it says no idea waht to do, i used to have ubuntu and installed it the same way without a problem. i am on windows xp pro incase it matters.
[SOLVED] Tomcat 6 error: Timer already cancelled
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 15, 2010
I started seeing error log entries to this effect once we ported a Tomcat webapp, which connects to a remote database,
from Tomcat 5 to Tomcat 6.0.26, but it seemed relatively harmless until now. The error we got at first was:
Help! First timer with a c60 Netbook.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 30, 2013
Hey I would like to try Ubuntu but I'm not sure were to start. I have a mid-high end desktop and Acer Aspire 720 netbook with a c-60 cpu, 2gb of ram, and for now no hard drive. I would like to get a Sandisk 64GB ssd and use it for Youtube and connecting to my desktop with Windows 7 Pro while I'm away from home, Is this doable? Also while my ssd ships can I set it up on a virtual machine and copy the disk image over?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 7, 2008
Is there any application available for Ubuntu where you can tell the system to power down either after a certain amount of time or at a specific time?
Sometimes I am downloading some torrents and want to go to bed, but don't want it running all night, so I would like to have some application where I can say "Shut Down system at 1:00am" or "Shut Down system after 2 hours".
How to change the timer for rotating desktop backgrounds in Ubuntu 11.10
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 23, 2011
When I right click and choose "Change Desktop Background" in my Ubuntu 11.10 installation (clean installation), one of the options is "Contest" which rotates through desktop backgrounds throughout the day.
I'd like to be able to configure the amount of time it stays on a desktop background, but I can't find any settings to do so. I'm guessing they have it coded in somewhere, so that it rotates more frequently during certain times, and less frequently at others. However, I'd like to be able to set it to a specific amount of time (12 hours, 1 day, etc).
Any advice on where to look, would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, and have a great day
MOBILE PHONE EXPLORERdownload SMS and CONTACTS
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 22, 2008
In windows we have a sotware called my phone explorer which can download all sms and phone contacts, organiser, alarams etc to the PC.
Is there any such package in ubuntu.
please i cannot wine that software.
GRUB 1.9921ubuntu3.7 removed countdown timer?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 24, 2013
Three issues seem to have happened at the same time.
One is that the GRUB countdown timer doesn't exist anymore. I had set to 30 seconds.
Second is that there's now a GUI GRUB screen instead of text.
Thirdly, USB ports seem to have stopped working. I've tried two KBs in multiple ports and I can't even get to the BIOS setup. Booting from a CD is similarly useless
The disappeared GRUB countdown means that it won't boot at all so I can't even ssh in.
What happens to a timer if you alter the clock
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 8, 2007
I have a timer setup to initialise at the nsec = 500 000 000 mark. with an interval of sec = 1
SO in theory it goes off mid second every second.
OK so, My question is:
What happens to the timer if I now by alternate process, modify the Linux clock? for example:
sec = 53, nsec = 800 000 000
and I force clock to
sec = 54, nsec = 0,
Will the timer then go off again at sec = 54, nsec = 500 000 000.
Custom Timer Interrupt Handler Linux 2.4x
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 12, 2005
I would like to write an interrupt handler that will catch the timer interrupt generated by the hardware, either the by the RTC or by the PIT. The reason for doing so is because I want to capture the process id of some process that is running when a predefined amount of time has elapsed.
It seems like the kernel will not let me share IRQ0 or IRQ8. Is there anyway to get this information aside from modifying the current timer interrupt handler in the kernel and having to recompile the whole thing. I need this code to be portable.
Any suggestions will greatly be appreciated.
Where to find a nice, big, simple timer and stopwatch?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 15, 2009
For a long time I've used something called Cool Timer. It is very simple and big. It does one of two things: count up, or, count down. If counting down, it can either beep or play a mp3 file when time reached. That's it. Nothing more, nothing less. What I love about this timer is you can blow it up to fit 1/3 or 1/2 of your screen. So I get this nice huge timer sitting on my desktop while I read or do whatever. Here is what it looks like. It is literally this big.
or you can shrink it down a bit to
To my disappointment though this timer runs only on Windows. Tried WINE, didn't work. My question is: can any one recommend a big, nice, simple timer and stopwatch for me to use in Ubuntu? (Note that I have underlined big and simple)
Thanks very much.
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