It is rapidly getting to the stage that the 'secure' padlock in your browser means nothing. Get your self a blanket, find a cave; and crawl into it. Don't bring your computer.
on 04/13/2010 – Made popular on 04/13/2010
I am working on a software involving IPTV which has the following requirements:
The browser is Opera loaded on Philips TV. The browser has "Enable Cross Network Navigation" turned off.
The homepage of the app is loaded from a www location.
At some stage, the app needs to load images from a server (Apache/Tomcat) on the LAN
The issue is that the browser denies to load the resources on LAN.
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Been given a Nexus S i9023 by my brother who has been "tampering" with it and now it seems a bit messed up.
When booting up - it gets stuck on the "Google" screen with a padlock on it... I can get into fastboot and I can flash recovery but when I attempt to load any recovery - I get that same Google screen with the padlock!
There is a lock/padlock icon on anything that goes into my documents folder. I tried all solutions on the first search page of google for this problem and NOTHING worked. Now, I am stuck. I realized that there are two types of padlock symbols on my folders (see attached photo). I think one lock might be due to windows and the other one might be due to some security software I installed.
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banshee28 wrote:I did just notice /var/log/journal was filling up, but not sure if those files would have anything to do with the browser crash, but i did delete them yesterday*headdesk*Logs filling up means the computer is trying to tell you something. Filling up quickly means it's yelling. Full logs are not the cause of the problem, but they would likely be diagnostic - so delet