somehow keep spewing out the stuff it is working with to the screen, when it comes up blank , yet still feeding it in, then you can see. but that's because I am only lamer scripter, who couldn't even do that, writing "hello worlds" at each point in the script :-)
@HackToTell You need to read some of Thomas Pornin's answers on security.se
To reboot on a debian-based system, I typically do 'reboot' as root.. I know you can also do 'init 6' and it will reboot. Is there a different between the commands, i.e. one has a graceful shutdown while the other just stops everything?
Thanks for your answer. My pc is not a laptop. I fixed the problem by kicking it, I'm not joking, I kicked the case out of anger, the pc went out. Started it the next day and never witnessed the problem after ... — AscorbinOct 17 '13 at 8:27
such fun, with my new install(and updates) Realtek instead of speakerfill delaying to the "surround" speakers, it now does some sort of dolby decode (artifact filled) and now i have to apply a different correction method.
Before it was speakerfill, which did delays as much as 50+ms (that's 2 bloody frames of video), now only Effects Room will fill.
Yea they Still manage to screw up onboard audio, 20 years later , now that it is fully 100% usable sound, they messed it up with software .
to think i could have just kept the $20 stereo speakers and never known :-)
I am not being pickey, got it to 1ms, and now of course it is out-of-phase. meaning while one wave on one speaker is going up, the other is going down, dependant on the frequency. another reason it should come out at the same moment exactaly.
Well, it depends @boris_yo. The image you bring up is both of us (or all 3 of us) in a toilet... and you ask me to lend a hand. The images which spring to mind, whilst flattering, are not those I'd normally have :D :D :D
@Boris_yo ahhh, i see, there is a "detent" kind of thing going on, to keep it from moving on its own. so you flex it a bit and bump it over the thing, like stripping gears. it is not like they put a proper release mechanism in .
@Dave Nope. There's a thread inside that directs the screw. The only way is to screw carefully and wiggle plastic before while trying to screw in. I did this because I had flexibility of screw but the further I screwed inwards, the less play I had with this.
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See, he should at least have the all plastic FM 400 :-) which would last at least 8months
I need to put a switch into my home theatre stack and am looking for something without blinking indicator LEDs. I’ve debated taping over them but that looks ghetto and actually requires some precision taping due to the small size and location of the LEDs.
Has anyone come across an unmanaged giga...
what i never would have figured, having an ample supply of electrical tape and a razor, they have actually made Gradient grey stickers of all shapes and sizes and levels of darkening for the purpose of reducing the output of leds general. I dubt they look "ghetto". I know everytime I back them out, i end up needing to see them again, so a slight darkening without damaging the product, should work on everything.