When using mostly firefox,
the npviewer.bin takes 70% of the cpu and even 100% and then locks the system. Not all sites on firefox but amazon, ebay, met office. Close the window and the npviewer.bin cpu use is not even registered using top.
This seems to be a problem in 11.1, have not tried 11.2 yet.
Hello Everyone, i was installing nspluginwrapper on my new built (B)LFS 7.5, but something went wrong when i issue "make" :
/usr/bin/ld: npviewer-npw-viewer.o: undefined reference to symbol 'g_thread_init'
/usr/lib/libgthread-2.0.so.0: error adding symbols: DSO missing from command line
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
Makefile:304: recipe for target 'npviewer.bin' fa
Problem: When I turn my computer on it shows no video signal. The power light is on and the VGA cord is completely in. After about 5 minutes I'll unplug and restart my computer. Sometimes when I do this I can hear the fan blowing at full power.
My computer has a strange behavior since I installed a new SSD (Samsung Evo 840).
When I pushed start button the first time after connecting the new internal SSD everything was ok. I managed to install my O.S (I tried win8.1) on this brand new SSD and the computer was still on for about 5hours.
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* I have a working room with a common power switch for all the room. Every time I leave the room I switch the power off.
* In this room I have a Fujitsu Siemens computer running Windows XP.
When I switch the power on from the main switch, the computer starts, runs for 1-2 seconds, then it shuts down.