[nSLUG] Ubuntu 13.04
dlpotter at eastlink.ca
Thu Jul 25 20:59:13 ADT 2013
Yes, I knew that going in.
This is my main platform and a new HD that I installed April 2/13 so it
took me quite a while to start to grumble...
The first curiosity I noticed when using undo/redo in the Mahjongg game
it would occasionally 'select' three of four similar (visible) tiles
and leave me with a single tile... I assumed it was a new version of the
game but with gremlins in multiple programs I'm suspecting something
I'm so happy to have sound I haven't even considered reverting to an
On 13-07-24 12:39 PM, Robin Murray wrote:
> Bleeding edge is always.... interesting.
> Robin Murray
> Hatchet Lake,
> Nova Scotia
> On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 8:33 AM, David Potter <dlpotter at eastlink.ca
> <mailto:dlpotter at eastlink.ca>> wrote:
> After a year without audio from my Gigabyte A75-UD4H mainboard I
> read that recent work on audio drivers had been included in the
> recent kernel.
> I'm now running... 3.8.0-26-generic #38-Ubuntu SMP Mon Jun 17
> 21:43:33 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
> and I have audio!
> And some other interesting 'features'... ;-)
> (in no particular order...)
> - in most applications, and at most times the 'close, minimize,
> full screen/resize' buttons do not work. I often have to use the
> application File->Close menu item. This is not always the case but
> I haven't yet identified a pattern.
> - 'Document Viewer 3.6.1' - - - File Save Generates Errors
> - The file could not be saved as
> "Error setting extended attribute 'xdg.referrer.url': Operation
> not supported"
> (curiously enough, the file is saved properly...
> - Same application trying to create a (sub) folder fails if
> the path includes a symbolic link...? The 'same' Browsing/Folder
> Creation process using the 'Files 3.6.3' Application succeeds,
> apparently is not bothered by same problem...? I haven't noticed
> another pattern...
> - The system setting display resolution (actually the most
> annoying) frequently resets to lowest resolution. Lock Screen
> application may be implicated...
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