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I've seen this on other browsers too. Specifically, Chrome Android.
Just adding another datapoint to this discussion:
My laptop is a Lenovo X1 Carbon. Lid suspend worked fine out-of-the-box with Quantal. It does not work on a clean install of Raring.
The Lenovo adapter works out of the box for me on Quantal. The driver for the 17ef:7203 has been in the kernel for at least a few months. You don't need to manually build or install any drivers.
No problem booting from a live Raring (64-bit) USB stick with default BIOS settings.
Ah, OK thanks. I thought I had read somewhere that the T430 and X1C used the same panel.
Has anyone tried adjusting the color calibration? I tried the icc profile discussed at https://plus.google.com/110166527124367568225/posts/bLg18FtS8KZ, but it looks even worse (to me at least).
unity-mail seems to work well with Quantal. The only thing it's missing when compared to gm-notify is the ability to play a sound.
I haven't tested it with others, but I believe it's due to a Unity API change.
Good question. gm-notify also seems broken in 12.10. Are there any Unity gmail indicators that work?
Anyone find a way to get the fingerprint reader to work under Ubuntu? It looks like the newer reader it uses is still not supported in Linux.
Just installed Lucid on a 14" Intel Edge. Couldn't get bluetooth to work no matter what I tried. Looking in the BIOS revealed no settings to turn BT on/off. I was almost convinced that Lenovo had...
I would like to enable a couple of third party repos for only one or two packages each. As an example, suppose I would like to add "deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org sid main" to get only...
Hmm, not quite the same, but it might do what I need. I'll take a closer look, thanks.
I recently switched from Fedora and I'm still learning how apt works. One nice feature of yum is that you can use "include" and "excluded" directives in the conf file on a per-repo basis. This...