tce-audit, the CLI version, does support any directory. appsaudit looks at the contents of /opt/.tce_dir as it does not have a chooser, but will support any directory with a collection of .tcz, .md5.txt, and .deps
Hello,This is a glitch that I've experienced on Statler as well as Waldorf:Sometimes, after my laptop screen has gone dark because of idleness, and I try to "revive" it by pressing a few random keys, the screen only goes from black to really dark, so that I can barely make out the windows I had open.
Like most other Android devices, the Note 10.1 has an "Auto Brightness" option. However, unlike most other Android devices (in my experience so-far), you can further tweak the brightness even when "Auto Brightness" is enabled, effectively adjusting the sensitivity of the auto-brightness mechanism.
I have a strange problem, the corners of the screen are 'blinking'. It's not completely going dark, but it seems like my screen has a too low refresh rate (although it's set to 60HZ and it's the only one available).
I just replaced my LCD screen with an eBay replacement and followed a youtube video to install. Everything went back together well, but now the screen is so dark, I can barely see anything. I checked and I DO have the little rubber piece over the proximity sensor and have tried multiple times to make sure that it is in good alignment. I could still have it off-center I suppose, but I've tried.
Hi everyone, Can any body help me, My Galaxy S3, falls from my hands and hits the floor, and everything break a part then when I switch it on it's work, but after three days the screen went to be dark a little bit until it became a black screen.
What should I do, by the way My phone is Non-US product, but I lives In the the UNITED STATE.
So there is a notebook that has Scientific Linux 6.3 installed with GNOME.
If we don't press any button on the keyboard or move the mouse, the screen of it turns black.
But: if we move the mouse/hit a button when the screen of it went black.. it still stays black.. it's not a hardware problem, it's a problem related to the OS. I didn't find any energy saving options for this in the BIOS.
I have this funny issue where my screen will goes dimmer, when the window with dark background grows bigger. In the reverse, my screen will goes brighter when majority of the screen have white background.