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Is not more reproducible. Checked on hrev45705.
I have checked behaviour of BS on Konsole, XFCE Terminal and xterm and found no differences with current behaviour of Haiku Terminal. No erase is performed. So, no changes required. Mentioned visual issues in the Midnight Commander 4.8.8 are the problem of that 3rd party application but not Haiku Terminal.
Fixed in hrev45705.
Hi, in add-ons/translators/gif/Save Palette.cpp, fTransparentMode initialized incorrectly (pointed by gcc4.8).
/home/haiku/haiku/haiku/src/add-ons/translators/gif/SavePalette.cpp: In constructor 'SavePalette::SavePalette(BBitmap*, int32)': /home/haiku/haiku/haiku/src/add-ons/translators/gif/SavePalette.cpp:242:1: error: 'SavePalette::fTransparentMode' is initialized with itself [-Werror=init-self] SavePalette::SavePalette(BBitmap *bitmap, int32 maxSizeInBits) ^ cc1plus: all warnings being treated as errors
If I do a ls -lsa on the NFS2 even for empty files a very big value is shown
in the first column. See in the attached screenshot.
When copying via Tracker the progress is messed up with the same big values.
This is gcc4 build of hrev45700.
The patch enables the commented line for the blocks of a file.
Instead of the line in the patch the following should work, too:
I haven't tested it, because I'm not certain if this is correct for the error.
Does someone know if this is correct for NFS2?
If I touch or copy a file to an NFS2 I get the error in the attached screenshots.
Interesting is that the file gets correct created. So It must occure after the transmission.
This is gcc4 build of hrev45700.
Eh, nevermind - I didn't realize it was 6 months old when I made that comment. Probably been quite a few changes on radeon since then.
That's pretty much further confirmation of filesystem corruption. Closing as duplicate of #3150. My advice would be to copy as much of your data as you can to another volume/partition and reinitialize that one.
Implemented and range checks adjusted in hrev45702.
Applied in hrev45701. Thanks!
Implemented (hopefully) as discussed in hrev45700, let me know what you think. A behavioral note for when multiple breakpoints are selected: If at least one member of the selection is disabled, the Enable/Disable toggle will stay in Enable mode. Only if the entire selection is currently active will it toggle to allow Disable.
To reproduce the problem:
- open terminal on the workspace 1;
- start building Haiku;
- use Alt-F2 to switch to workspace 2;
- go back to workspace 1 using Alt-F1;
- terminal input is locked until you press Alt again, and links are colored blue under the mouse pointer without pressing Alt.
This issue looks like related to last hot-links feature addition.
The email server and friends always assume the standard imap ports and do not allow users to specify non-standard ports.
The source of these default ports seems to be hard coded here:
Server of ssl.unixzen.com:1993 specified in email preferences results in:
/Data/Projects/haiku/headers> /boot/system/servers/mail_daemon Connect SocketConnection to server ssl.unixzen.com:993 account name UnixZen, id 1368922315, in 0x3509810, out 0x3492dd0 Server resolves to 126.96.36.199:993 Connect: Connect Error: Connection refused