boot regulator/core.c warning on imx6 linaro
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 12, 2014
during bootup of a little imx6 omap device using linaro i always see this in the serial terminal:
How do I set GPU core and memory clock programmatically on Windows?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: February 26, 2011
Is there some API/library for this? I have an ATI Radeon 9000 Series graphics card and I need to lower its core/memory clock on Windows startup (I thought of making a small service for this but I never did this before).
I know it's possible (because RivaTuner does it somehow) but I just haven't figured out how.
Can point me to some resources/books/examples?
Cannot open Android camera JPGs: Failed to open input stream
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 24, 2012
If I connect my Galaxy Nexus to my laptop using the USB cable, I am unable to view pictures I took using the phone's camera. When I try to open one of the photos I get the error 'Failed to open input stream'. Any suggestions? Thanks.
[SOLVED] how to stream a webcam to http with VLC ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 14, 2012
I want to stream my web cam to http by VLC my command is:
Unable to stream with VLC
- date: October 12, 2013
I have 2 Ubuntu desktop say PC A and PC B.
PC A IP Address = 10.10.5.1
PC B IP Address = 10.10.5.4
I donot have direct access to PC, I am using VNC to access PC A and PC B.
I am able to ping , FTP between PC A and PC B.
I have installed vlc player using
sudo apt-get install vlc
and it is able to play the video.
I followed below steps:
In PCA selected the Destination Protocol : RTP
selected Stream so video starts streaming, I can see the messages like below.
Xlib: extension "XInputExtension" missing on display ":1.0".
x264 [info]: using cpu capabilities: MMX2 SSE2Fast SSSE3 FastShuffle SSE4.2
x264 [info]: profile High, level 3.1
x264 [info]: using SAR=1/1
In PC B i have selected network stream and given network url as
and click on play. I am getting the below message on terminal and video is not playing.
32bit vs 64bit, dual core vs quad, and clock speeds
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 28, 2007
So many options these days and probably lots of them I don't need. So some questions:
Is 64bit software feel twice as fast then 32bit software? Or does that do with multitasking?
Having (for example) a dual core 2.6GHz vs a quad core 2.3GHz... what would you feel? If I'm looking for speed instead of multitasking, would it be better to get option A?
And ahh, think that's it...
Debian system clock unexpected change to wrong time
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 21, 2012
My setup and setting:
WinXP + VirtualBox + Guest OS (Debian Linux 6)
In my BIOS, CMOS clock sets to local time, which used by WinXP.
VirtualBox virtual machine set HW clock not UTC
In Debian, in /etc/default/rcS, UTC=no and /etc/timezone has "America/Los_Angeles" which is my location.
NTP service is turned off.
type date command I got:
Wed Mar 21 00:51:36 PDT 2012
that is 1 hour ahead of my real time. Then I run "ntpdate pool.ntp.org" and got:
20 Mar 23:52:17 ntpdate: step time server 184.108.40.206 offset -3570.239483 sec
that is correct time for me. Then I keep typing date to print current system, it shows correct time for a few seconds and then shows
Wed Mar 21 00:52:00 PDT 2012
Mysteriously the system time get changed back to the wrong time. I right away type "hwclock" to display HW clock, it shows:
Tue 20 Mar 2012 11:52:03 PM PDT -0.322598 seconds
that is the correct time set in BIOS.
So the issu
Fedora Core 6 Input/Output Error
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 13, 2007
I have the following problem.We had a server running Fedora Core 6 with a Celeron Conroe CPU 1.8 Ghz.We decided to swop out the CPU with a Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 1.80GHz,same harddrive,same motherboard,etc.
The machine booted up fine,but as soon as a try to open a file it gives the following error.
usb mass storage input/output error on fedora core 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 2, 2005
I have a usb 2.0 40GB external hard disk from LACIE, single partition FAT32.
I am running fedora core 2, and I am able to mount the 40GB external hard disk without problems.
I am able to read files from it no matter the size.
However, whenever I try to write files larger than 70/80 MBytes I get a input/output error. (I have no problems writing small files)
I tryed to format the 40GByte hard disk using ext3 filesystem, and mounted it without troubles. I was able to read it with no problems, but whenever I try to write files larger than 70/80 MBytes I got the same input/output error. (I had no problems writing small files)
The hard disk was mouted by issuing just:
mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/usb
Does anybody have the same problem? Does anybody know whether it is a problem with the usb driver, or just bad arguments in the mount command?
Thanks for the help.
8.10 vlc and multicast stream join
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 21, 2008
Im having a hard time to make vlc join a multicast group and play multicasted stream. I achieved the same setup on windows with no problems.
This from VLC on start
main debug: creating demux: access='udp' demux='' firstname.lastname@example.org:10135'
main debug: looking for access_demux module: 0 candidates
main warning: no access_demux module matched "udp"
main debug: TIMER module_Need() : 0.081 ms - Total 0.081 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 0.081 ms)
main debug: creating access 'udp' email@example.com:10135'
main debug: looking for access module: 1 candidate
access_udp debug: opening server=:0 local=220.127.116.11:10135
main debug: net: opening 18.104.22.168 datagram port 10135
main debug: Multicast group join request
main debug: using access module "access_udp"
main debug: TIMER module_Need() : 0.525 ms - Total 0.525 ms / 1 intvls (Avg 0.525 ms)
main debug: Using AStream*Block
main debug: pre buffering
main debug: thread 2956172176 (input) created at
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