Ok, so this is a VERY odd issue that’s cropped up in the last week or two. My phone dialer locks up and I get a “Phone keeps stopping” alert, but only in one very odd (but common) circumstance. If I “slowly” dial a phone number from my local area code, the dialer locks up after the first 3 digits (303 in my case). If I dial a 303 # quickly, it works fine. If I dial a # from any other area code (including the other local code of 720) either slowly or quickly, it works fine. Only locks up when you hesitate for half a second after dialing 303, like if you’re double checking a #. It still does it after clearing the cache and when started in safe mode. I have not yet cleared the “phone” data (green telephone logo), as I’m worried about losing part of my contact list or my rather extensive “block list”. This is a Note 8 phone running Android 9.0. Any suggestions?
I have an apache2 setup (Ubuntu 16, Apache 2.4.18) with a number of virtual hosts defined. Each virtualhost has it’s own .conf file in /etc/apache2/sites-available with a softlink to /etc/apache2/sites-enabled.
All but one of the virtualhosts work correctly. I have triple checked that the
ServerName matches the domain (it does), but when I go to that domain, I end up at
DocumentRoot for the default virtualhost and I have no idea why. I also deleted and re-wrote the whole
ServerName line in case there was some hidden control character.
I have done a diff between one of the working virtualhosts and the one that doesn’t work, and the only differences are the
DocumentRoot and the
I have checked that there are no other virtual hosts with the same domain (the only other one is the SSL virtual host)
Is there anything else I can look for to help figure out the issue?
Cannot get rid of pop ups. Cannot force stop. Tried a reboot and did not help. Cannot deactivate google play services.
Windows 10: Every time I turn on my computer, everything is gone 1. Wallpaper set back to default 2. Taskbar apps back to default 3. All saved passwords in apps disappear 4. All pictures and most downloads disappear Only started happening after the recent update. (i updated on the 15th of may) getting really infuriating and starting to make me not want to use my computer.
I have just started using Microsoft Visual Studio Code.
I have setup terminal to use WSL Ubuntu.
Microsoft have done a tremendous job on this. I have some extensions working very well, such as GitLens, Docker.
So here is the issue I am facing, 1. I opened a terminal WSL Ubuntu in VisualStudioCode. 2. I did git clone of my Ansible PB repo. 3. I just ran the Ansible PB and Windows crashed with blue screen.
I rebooted and ran the same Ansible playbook, the crash is consistent. Seems its only with some of the playbook. When I used connection=paramiko no issues.
Has anyone encountered this issue?
When I use the screencapture tool on it turns on my dedicated graphics (Radeon Pro 560X) and when I finish the system doesn’t switch to Intel graphics and consume my battery faster.Any idea how to make it stop?
700Z3C/700Z5C Samsung Series 7 Chronos… NP700Z5C-S02UB motherboard…
I had Fedora, switched to Ubuntu. Currently trying to install Arch.
Problem: In BIOS I have turned secure boot off, changed boot order to USB first saved and exited. Rather than booting of USB I get the grub menu. Only options given is Ubuntu, Fedora (which isn’t even installed anymore), and System options.
Every time I shut down and turn back on the boot order resets itself.
I am sure my USB is bootable, I’ve tried it on another computer. Is Ubuntu preventing me from booting from USB? Is it grub? Is my UEFI not loading the USB because of its key (a realm of things I don’t now much about)? The other computer I tried it on doesn’t have a problem, and it’s UEFI too.
I’m thinking about reinstalling W8 and updating my firmware and then installing Arch, but I thought I’d see if anybody had any insight on this. I’d rather have nothing to do with Windows.
Google Pinyin Input is an input method (IME) for Chinese.
It keeps asking me for Google account permission.
I deny it all the time, but it always comes back and asks again when I reboot (which is quite often). The IME works perfectly without that permission.
Question: How to deny the permission once for all?
- I have a Nexus 5 with Android 7.1.2 / LineageOS 14.1-20170718.
- It always pops up one request for each of the Google accounts I have configured in the Gmail app. I never use pinyin in Gmail.
I have a 2018 Macbook Pro and am trying to connect an Icydock external HDD (in raid 1 configuration). This external HDD connects without any problems to my older 2014 MBP. On the new MBP, it is initially recognised but after a few seconds, I see the “Disk Not Ejected Properly” message. I am connecting using USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter to a USB 3 to USB 3 A to B cable.