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.
Ever since I ran startx in order to switch from CLI to GUI mode yesterday, I haven't been able to get into Ubuntu 12.04. In other words, I see only a dark screen. In the past I was able to switch to GUI by using exit, but no longer.
Now the screen just goes dark after I log in each time. Luckily my computer hosts both Ubuntu 12.04 and Mint 11.
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 want an object to follow / move along the user-defined path. Right now i am able to move it in a straight line direction. I want it to move in a Zigzag like path. So, can any one please help me out with this.
I've just installed Ubuntu 14.04 on my old laptop. Everything else is great out of the box, but my laptop screen is super dark, and the regular laptop brightness setup doesn't do any visible change, even though I can see the scrollbar going back and forth.
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've bought an Asus Eeeee netbook because I heard they are good with Linux. I'm very much a new Linux arrival after a long time with Windows.
I've installed Ubuntu on the machine.
If it boots 'normally' the screen emulates a dark tunnel. If I boot from 'recovery mode', then choose 'resume normal mode' (followed by 'exit recovery mode'), the screen is brightness itself.