Dell released the A10 BIOS 19 May 2008 and updated it 21 June 2013.
user@latitude-d620:~$ sudo dmidecode -s bios-version A10 user@latitude-d620:~$ sudo dmidecode -s bios-release-date 05/16/2008
This date does not match Dell’s.
man dmidecode does state, “[Because it does not] probe for the actual hardware[,] the presented information [is] possibly unreliable.” Is this an example of unreliableness? Does this date indicate when the BIOS was last updated, demonstrating mine is outdated? or only the release date itself, implying nothing about when mine was last updated?
How do I determine whether my “A10” is the 2013 updated version?
I have been thinking of writing some sort of utility for linux that keeps track of all my installed software and configuration. Something that after doing a fresh install I can just run it and will restore my copy of ubuntu as it used to be before doing the fresh install.
I do not know exactly where to start with this. I know that you can get a list of user installed software from
dpkg -i | grep ii.
I would really appreciate any suggestions.
I am using Kubuntu 18.04 and I want to use Hubstaff, which was successfully installed according to its interface, but in the terminal it showed
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error' what(): locale::facet::_S_create_c_locale name not valid . The same message appears when I go
./HubstaffClient.bin.x86_64. And here is the full message:
2019-03-22 14:25:18.017705 [DEBUG] [0x3918de0] ui_style_adwaita.cpp:437 DEfinineg adwaita 2019-03-22 14:25:18.018120 [DEBUG] [0x3918de0] fltk.cpp:218 Define scheme: adwaita 2019-03-22 14:25:18.018308 [DEBUG] [0x3918de0] fltk.cpp:230 Define scheme: adwaita first box: 64 2019-03-22 14:25:18.028276 [DEBUG] [0x3918de0] fltk.cpp:218 Define scheme: cairo 2019-03-22 14:25:18.028346 [DEBUG] [0x3918de0] fltk.cpp:230 Define scheme: cairo first box: 67 2019-03-22 14:25:18.028386 [DEBUG] [0x3918de0] fltk_cairo.cpp:565 cairo_box_start : 67 2019-03-22 14:25:18.028513 [DEBUG] [0x3918de0] Log.cpp:230 Echoing to stdout : 1 2019-03-22 14:25:18.028554 [DEBUG] [0x3918de0] main.cpp:20 Hubstaff client started terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::runtime_error' what(): locale::facet::_S_create_c_locale name not valid Aborted (core dumped)`
Scenario: I am migrating a bunch of apps to the cloud and I’m trying to justify if they are being used before I rewrite them (they are oooooold). We are in SP2013 on-prem currently,
Problem: I need to know what pages the Apps have been placed on. I was able to get a report of the sites that the App is installed on, but that doesn’t actually give me usage, since the app can be added to the site, but not be placed on a page.
My ask: Can anyone give me a PowerShell script that will pull pages the custom apps are installed on? I have both Googled and explicitly searched on Stack, but am either using the wrong phrasing or it can’t be done. Your assistance in advance is greatly appreciated.
I have an app I paid for on another mac under my Apple ID. Can I log into a different mac with the same Apple ID and install it, then log out with the app still working?
Brand new to drupal and website building in general, just set up a local server and installed drupal 7.65. Before doing anything, I am getting a long list of errors whenever I navigate to a new page, each starting with the following:
Warning: preg_match(): JIT compilation failed: no more memory in *
Along with this error: Your PHP max upload size is bigger than your max post size. This is known to cause issues in some installations.
Seems like something I should fix? Anyone know how?
I’ve just installed Ubuntu on a Dell XPS 9570 but now can’t access it after rebooting.
In the first place, the installation program couldn’t detect any hard drive so I changed the SATA parameter (previously on RAID) to AHCI. This solved the detection problem, I installed Ubuntu and it seemed to work fine.
The problem is that after rebooting, Windows 10 wouldn’t load : I changed the SATA parameter back to RAID and now Windows works fine.
But now, if I reboot to get back to Ubuntu, I get the following screen : ACPI Exception / ACPI Error / CPU temperature above threshold How can I access Ubuntu, while still having access to Windows ?
After going through all related questions (dozens of them), I still couldn’t figure out.
system & hardware spec:
Lenovo Thinkpad P51, NVIDIA Quadro M2200 and Integrated Intel Graphic (hybrid graphic card),
Ubuntu 18.04 (dual boot with Win10)
symptom: When connected external monitor with HDMI port, no monitor detected.
Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1920 x 1080, maximum 8192 x 8192 eDP-1 connected primary 1920x1080+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 344mm x 194mm 1920x1080 60.02*+ 60.01 59.97 59.96 59.93 48.00 1680x1050 59.95 59.88
lspci |grep HDMIoutputs nothing,
lspci |grep VGAgives the following:
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Device 591b (rev 04)
intel(used to be
nvidia, but when installing
bumblebeeand avoid the infamous login loop, I switched to Intel.
- Nvidia Driver:
nvidia-driver-410with packages like
additional note: This worked before and still work on Win10 (dual boot), thus shouldn’t be a hardware problem, but rather a config or hardware config one in the Ubuntu 18.04 system.
I downloaded the magento 2 website program and database for local debugging of the local computer wampserver. I have installed the website program and database, but I now enter the path: localhost/supwatch/
The website can be opened, but jumping to the domain name of my website is not a local path! How to solve it?