thank you trevorh for you prompt reply... well I fixed and made some order on yum, now yum status should be ok, I removed some package which was blocking my upgrade and then, finally, I made it.
on 10/30/2012 – Made popular on 10/30/2012
It is common to cram useful information in the Unix shell prompt, but I have too many things I want to keep an eye on to fit it all in one prompt: current Gnu screen window, current directory, current time, hostname, current git branch, phase of the moon, you-name-it.
It would be saner to have a fixed status region at the bottom (or top) of the terminal to show all this information, and leave the
I've been running Ubuntu Server 13.04 for about six months, using an HDMI connection from my video card (NVidia) to a TV. Originally I had some issues with sound not working, but at the time an upgrade to a new kernel fixed it (I can't remember the version, though).
I upgraded to 13.10 a couple of weeks ago and my sound broke again.
So after installing JACK and using 'sudo usermod -a -G audio username' and restarted. This made JACK work however no program using pulseaudio (more or less everything) made any sound. I purge removed Pulseaudio, restarted, reinstalled it, restarted and finally the sound was working again. The only place sound won't come from is the test area in sound preferences.
So i made an urgent order on Wednesday and paid for the next day/overnight. The shipper however didnt ship it till Thursday because i made an order after 11am so the package was supposed to be here on Friday thats fine with me. Now i found out that my package will be delivered only on Tuesday due to storm in Memphis. :confused:
I've had a similar porblem with 10.04 which i could solve by using newer ALSA (an upgrade to 10.10 made it almost perfect). the sound never worked in HD mode but since i use analog stereo anyway that was ifne enough. when 12.04 came out i tested live everyhting worked so a fresh install was made. sound worked very well except when computer went to hibernation. so i turned of hibernaiton.
I have just installed ubuntu 12.04 with cd, manually, means, I made an ubuntu partition alongside windows, I made a 2.5 GB Swap partition (because I have 1.2 GB of RAM), I have a second hard disk drive of 10 GB and I made that to my home folder.
everything works perfect, but, there is always a "but", I tried to play a 5 minutes HD movie, which I made by myself, and it displayed just a
When I change my status through the mail icon on the indicators panel, it doesn't actually change --- opening the menu again reveals that it's still set to offline. I was wondering if this is because I've removed Empathy, or if removing any other package may cause this.
I'm sorry if this is a duplicate --- I'm not sure the exact name of that panel, which made it very hard to research.