As @James Reid says:
this has been fixed with the latest 5.0 kernel.
Now we have Ubuntu 18.04.3 with 5.0.0-31 kernel. Just run:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade -y
to get the last kernel version.
This is an older version of pulseeffects which I happen to like:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yunnxx/gnome3
sudo apt update
sudo apt install pulseeffects
Go to http://web.skype.com on the Chromium browser as per https://www.linuxmadesimple.info/2019/02/how-to-use-skype-on-32-bit-systems-in.html
If you do not have Chromium installed, please step through these CLI commands:
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
sudo apt install chromium-browser
If you wish to add it to a menu, add these optional steps:
As suggested in comments, converting .jpg to a .png file fixed the issue.
.png is a more native file format for Linux and .jpg is a more native file format for Windows. That said the file conversion software may have removed "noise" from the .jpg file when converting it to .png format. If there was "noise" what it was is anyone's guess. If you are in a ...
There is something basic missing here, .m3u format itself is a list of shortcuts/URL's. No need going in such long way.
Right click on that link and save as copy of A03H.mp3.m3u file.
If the streaming URL doesn't have known extension. Copy its URL, paste it in a text file and save it with .m3u file extension.
Just click on it, and it will start ...
A simpler workaround if update and patch not possible or inconvenient.
Create a wrapper script in HOME folder with same name zenity. (Check $PATH, for exact ~/.../bin location).
Filter out calls with mutter-dialog or specific argument by checking parameters.
Pass all other calls to original zenity (/usr/bin/zenity $@)
Reference: RH bug: Annoying zenity "...
I've a Sun type 6 keyboard that is showing the same kind of annoying behaviour.
(especially the PgDn Key generating 'Next' + 'KP_Enter' events).
But it is intermittent. It behaves the same on 2 different machines, one running Ubuntu 18.04 and the other running 16.04.
I briefly checked another spare Sun Type 6 keyboard I have, it did not show the bad ...
This is a known issue. See "Program" is not responding when debugging in gdb.
Judging from the other bug report <something> is not responding window is constantly showing when debugging a program, which appears to be related, the problem seems to be fixed in gnome-shell version 3.28.4.
Run apt-cache policy gnome-shell to know your installed version.
Probably what happens is that you have some Windows-style line endings in your file. Maybe the file was copied from a Windows system at some point, or you are using a text editor that uses Windows-style line endings by default? Anyway, I am able to reproduce the behavior if I add such line endings in a similar file.
One way to fix it is to use the dos2unix ...
"Ubuntu Dock" is forked from the extension "Dash to Dock", and accordingly uses it settings. Thus, you can change the behavour of "Ubuntu Dock" by editing the dconf settings of "Dash to dock", using dconf-editor (not installed by default in 18.04) or with the single command:
gsettings set org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock click-action 'cycle-windows'
open terminal window and type 'apt show ("application name")' and see if it has been installed... if so type 'apt remove ("appl. name")' to remove it. To reinstall it or to install any other program type 'apt install ("appl. name"). See also 'man apt' or 'apt help'
The problem is this:
Direct firmware load for rtw88/rtw8822c_fw.bin failed with error -2
Please install the latest version of linux-firmware which contains it:
sudo dpkg -i linux*.deb
Introduction to the problem
The part responsible for the splash screen is called Plymouth.
As reported by Wiki.ArchLinux:
Plymouth is a project from Fedora and now listed among the freedesktop.org's official resources providing a flicker-free graphical boot process. It relies on kernel mode setting (KMS) to set the native resolution of the display as ...
I had the same issue and resolved it by disabling Secure Boot in my UEFI settings. Then I opened NVIDIA X Server, changed the prime profile to Intel (Power Saving), restarted my laptop and then switched it back to NVIDIA (performance)
InnoDB crash seems from Dr. Konqi debug tool not from Amarok itself. Developer info tab from KDE crash handler does show any.
Backup Amarok profile in ~/.kde/share/apps/.. (If you have library data that you want to keep) and delete local profile
Try restart Amarok after that.
It is convenient to raise a bug report if it is still failing after deleting ...
OK, my previous post was deleted, probably because it didn't really contain any valuable info more than my findings up to that moment.
I can now verify that I have found a better workaround for the problem!
I run my 3 RP-AC55 in AP-mode, and I haven't been able to use them with my Ubuntu laptop due to the same reboot problem as @philippe-lepaffe.
I have ...
I was not able to follow the guide above. But with this video-tutorial I was able to do it. It is in spanish, and I don't speak Spanish (not a word), yet it is easy to follow what he type into terminal etc.
Como personalizar Ubuntu 18.04 LTS con Screenlets - Parte 3
browser-plugin-freshplayer-pepperflash is in multiverse, so open the Software & Updates tool and enable multiverse there.
With that said, you may want to study the Flash page in Ubuntu's official desktop documentation:
Refer this link
Upgrade BIOS using a flash drive (after downloading it from official DELL drivers website link)
Note:- This could be BIOS issue too but not 100% sure
sudo cp BCM-0a5c-6410.hcd /lib/firmware/brcm/
sudo chmod 0644 /lib/firmware/brcm/BCM-0a5c-6410.hcd
In furtherance to DESGUA's answer, I changed /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf. More specifically, I deleted line 18:
dhcp6.name-servers, dhcp6.domain-search, dhcp6.fqdn, dhcp6.sntp-servers,
I eventually disconnected wifi and reconnected.
My Lenovo T460p laptop running Ubuntu 18.04 no longer randomly disconnects from wifi. It seems (the implementation of) IPv6 is ...
In gparted, change from your 250GB drive which identifies as sda to the 477 GB drive by clicking on the button circled in blue. Are you able to find the 97.66 GB unallocated partition? What is its name? That's where you want to install Ubuntu.
GPT does not support extended partitions.
GPT does not need extended partitions, as the limit of four primary partitions in MBR/ms-dos was removed with GPT. "MBR also only supports up to four primary partitions—if you want more, you have to make one of your primary partitions an “extended partition” and create logical partitions inside it. This is a silly ...
The way I see it the output you shared are the reasons for the delay in boot.
You can switch off / uninstall (Bluetooth for example) or install the correct drivers.
Try looking up for each error on Google.
You can also disable the respective services like
There is a lot of information regarding that on Google.
But I too get a black screen ...
According to man sources.list the main paragraph underTHE DEB AND DEB-SRC TYPES: GENERAL FORMAT and some examples in it says
As an example, the sources for your distribution could look like this in one-line-style
deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu xenial main restricted
deb http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu xenial-...
With MBR alias MSDOS partition table you can have only 4 primary partitions.One of them could be an extended partition, which is a container for logical partitions, so that you can have more than 4 partitions.
You have 4 partitions already, and one of them is an extended partition. I think you can have only one extended partition.
So you should increase ...
I think this website will help:
If it doesn't try restarting your device and pressing shift as you click on restart.This will boot you into the bootloader. Try to boot from the Ubuntu 18.04 ISO from thumb drive on the bootloader.
My ubuntu18.04 came into the same problem. After contacting to Dell tech support, I ensured that this had nothing to do with the hardware. It is about BIOS upgrading, which should has been 'updated natively in the OS' (like clicking 'update' from UI).
As I still has no idea why it cannot be natively updated, I solved it by Flash BIOS upgrade. I followed ...
I bought a slightly different model: the Geo Flex 11.6 inch. It has the same type of touchpad. From Google searching, I learned the touchpad problem was due to a bug in the Linux kernel prior to version 4.18, so installing a recent version of Linux can help. I found that Ubuntu Mate 19.04 works great. The answer by Michael P contains useful advice: ensure ...
Did you look at any Dell specific instructions (Any Dell version). You typically need to update UEFI, update SSD firmware Then add AHCI driver to Windows and change RAID/Intel RST in UEFI. You have to have fast start up off in Windows (and probably bitlocker). And usually better to have fast boot off in UEFI as that assumes no configuration changes.
And if ...
I am using a Lenovo T470, I encountered the same problem. I updated to version 19.04 but nothing changed.
Then I disabled the Trackpoint in the Bios settings. My Touchpad doesn't make any more problems since.
According to this post, you need to run mosquitto as a daemon by running:
To have it start at boot time, you can enable the mosquitto service by running:
sudo systemctl enable mosquitto.service
You can install 5.3 at any time on any Ubuntu distribution but that is only recommended when you have new hardware not supported by installed kernels. You can also subscribe to HWE and eventually get 5.3 or even higher.
To install manually you can select from 5.3.1 through 5.3.5 kernels released by Ubuntu:
For full instructions (and warnings) see:
How to ...
Went through a lot of the solutions listed and nothing worked for popOS on xps 9560 :(
Until I saw this hilarious fix on dell's website which was taking from an LTT post.
So, my tentative solution that seems to work so far is: toggling
certain BIOS settings on and off. I know it sounds downright idiotic,
but I swear it seemed to work from what I've ...
So what happened was that there was conflicting packages. Nothing to do with Firefox and not a duplicate of other posts thank you though :) I went into synaptic and completely removed the broken package and manually downloaded the latest version of the package that was specificed by the Ubuntu website that was trying to download. The auto commands did not ...