If you use a Amazon Kindle Fire 2015 (45$) Generation “Ford” or other Android Tablets,Smartphones you must know some MAJOR Informations about the Firmware Handling. If you were asked by the Fire OS or Android to “Upgrade” the Firmware OS, DON’T PUSH YES it without READING DETAILS! I prefer ALWAYS NO FIRST! Use ALWAYS a SDCARD to hold the MAJOR Data of your Tablet, cause if bricked or damaged you can’t pull off the DATA!!! Android Firmware Images INCLUDE not only the OS, it includes DRIVERS, and the MAJOR BOOTLOADER!! Cause Android Devices use no real BIOS!! If you Upgrade, you […]
Category: Linux Fehler-Bugs
If you use Ubuntu Desktop 16.10 you will run sometimes into freezes of the Desktop with a Default Setup. Background: Theres a known Bug of the Deja-Dup Backup Service which is started by Cron. The Service take 100% Ram and 100% CPU usage. This did my PC with 16GB Ram too! Only HARD RESET helps to get back Control! Solution: Purge the deja-dup service with: $sudo apt purge deja-dup Use instead the “rsync” tool by command line with users crontab to Backup your User Homes to external or 2nd. Disk. This should fix the problem.
If you boot your PC on a Setup CD into “live” mode after some time the Desktop Unity or Gnome starts. After successful testing the PC with the current Drivers and Kernel you can select “Install” by pressing the icon left on the desktop. But here the Problem appear that you dont see any informations about bugs, crashes, or other major messages during the setup. Without this you are not able to find any errors later, or you cant tell a supporter what happend! Workaround (#comments!): Always open a gnome-terminal as first step instead of pressing the installer icon! move the gnome-terminal […]
If you use a PC with a SSD Drive and a Motherboard which uses NVIDIA chipsets you may see Errors on boot Command “dmesg” Output like.. Buffer I/O error on device sdc, logical block 41 ata5: EH complete ata5: EH in SWNCQ mode,QC:qc_active 0x1 sactive 0x1 ata5: SWNCQ:qc_active 0x1 defer_bits 0x0 last_issue_tag 0x0 dhfis 0x1 dmafis 0x1 sdbfis 0x0 ata5: ATA_REG 0x41 ERR_REG 0x84 ata5: tag : dhfis dmafis sdbfis sactive ata5: tag 0x0: 1 1 0 1 ata5.00: exception Emask 0x1 SAct 0x1 SErr 0x300000 action 0x6 frozen ata5.00: Ata error. fis:0x21 ata5.00: cmd 60/08:00:07:04:00/00:00:00:00:00/40 tag 0 ncq 4096 […]
If you setup a Laptop with 15.XX and a luks encrypted SSD, you did set on older OS “tmpfs” for /tmp. Now under “systemd” the the boot hangs cause systemd “automount” tmpfs to /tmp by default!!! If you enter tmpfs into fstab like on ubuntu 14.10, the OS boots into the “RECOVERY RESCUE MODE” Here some details, from a forum post: Disable automatic mount Under systemd, /tmp may be automatically mounted as a tmpfs even though you have no entry for that in your /etc/fstab. To disable the automatic mount, run: # systemctl mask tmp.mount Files will no longer be […]
gvfs-smb Bug #1075923 (seen on Debian+Ubuntu+Centos..more..) Workaround: downgrade gvfs-* to Version 1.12 of 12.10 with: add /etc/apt/sources.list deb http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu precise main deb-src http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu precise main run: sudo apt-get update install synaptic: sudo apt-get install synaptic run synaptic: sudo synaptic remove all gvfs-* nautilus with synaptics (REALLY CHECK ALL! see “dpkg -l | grep gvfs”) search gvfs-*, select, press CTRL+E (Force Menu) select: gvfs-* Versions 1.12 install by run install button search and install nautilus again.. Voila…Test Nautilus copy 1TB Files without freeze