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dude! something wrong in all new modem-manager, may be its a bug. my airtel e1731 always working in 3g/WCDMA mode, and also I do use my mob. as modem but when I try to get connected trough this always its gets initialized. same was happened with me in open suse kde latest version, and now 14.04lts. try to search about this bug here
For now I have no idea, I have one laptop (Dell Inspiron 1525) which started behaving exactly like this. I tried booting with mainline kernel builds of 3.14.1 kernel, it does not help. See here. There seem to be plenty of issues with suspend/resume in 14.04 in general.
Try, sudo apt-get install libappindicator1 It worked for all of my notification area icons.
You can make a feature suggest by submitting it as a "bug" at bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu. Mark the bug with the tag [Wishlist] and the developers will know there is a demand. These types of bugs unfortunately are not usually given a high priority so you may have more luck trying to approach the upstream developers. The Link to actually file a bug "Report ...
When own_window_type override is used the distortion is caused. Now to clear the distortion one may use own_window_type desktop in the .conkyrc instead of own_window_type override . But this causes other problems like disappearance of conky when trying to work in the desktop(i.e right clicking, opening a menu from panel etc.). Therefore instead of ...
I had the same problem with 14.04, after some tests I changed : own_window_type override to own_window_type desktop and now conky is working properly.
You don't need to copy and paste anything, the bug reporting tool handles that for you. That text is there for you to scan the text files so that you know exactly what is being sent to errors.ubuntu.com. If you want to do it by hand you can file a bug manually and then do ubuntu-bug 12345, that number being the bug number you want to attach the ...
(cannot contribute as a comment, as don't have enough rep...) My problem was solved by comment #2 here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/apport/+bug/1033295 In summary: sudo gksu-properties change su --> sudo Edit: below this line was my original "comment," which did not work ========= I personally can't get past this dialogue, as my user ...
This may have been caused by an incomplete download of your copy of the ISO file. To prevent this in the future, i suggest you to hash-check your download and compare it with the hash here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuHashes Check the iso-file with this program: http://download.cnet.com/HashCalc/3000-2250_4-10130770.html Good luck!
It appears that a number of packages were marked for upgrade but these operations were never applied. After manually upgrading all possible available packages, lightdm still does not work but gdm does, which is an acceptable workaround for me.
Try this link. Seems to me that your system is switching between headphones and speakers. Crackling is usually caused by powering a speaker. Since the speakers are constantly being powered on and off, it would keep crackling. This package lets, you control the headphone switching. Same package, another description
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