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Compare the screenshot on this page with the live demo. the simple "horizontal stripes" pattern works, all others are broken. There's a link to another post with even crazier ones, but the stripes patterns are now commonly used to do animated progress bar on websites (for example at http://getbootstrap.com/).
Indeed, it looks like a dupe of #3177. Closing as such.
Thanks for the feedback! Closing.
There are more than one documentation with translation status is over 100% after fully translated it.
Actually this is the SoundRecorder (122%) and the Tracker Add-Ons (118%).
Installed alpha4.1 and hrev46791 to hard drive partitions. On board ATI Radeon Xpress 1150 (200) graphics is not supported by any driver. Setting screen preferences produces error message (see screenshot).
It only happened once and I have, so far, been unable to reproduce it.
The PowerPC memory barrier assembly code needs reviewed and revised for correctness (or we should use GCC's built-in barrier functions)
The ARM memory barrier assembly code needs reviewed and revised for correctness (or we should use GCC's built-in barrier functions)
Installed hrev46860 32 bit and 64 bit to hard drive partitions
Intel Extreme driver working with both builds
ATI Radeon HD 3470 DVI - 32 bit no signal
- 64 bit KDL on boot
ATI Radeon HD 3450 VGA - 32 bit no signal
- 64 bit no signal
Both video cards confirmed to work correctly on a4.1 using radeon drivers from dev build dated 2012/11/14.
Installed hrev46860_x86_64 using anyboot image on USB drive
Will not warm boot - intermittent KDL or no boot.
System must be powered down to boot 64 bit.
32 bit nightly does not have this problem.
(KDL screenshot attached)
This is hrev46847.
Started Web+ with LD_PRELOAD=/system/lib/x86/libroot_debug.so. After quite a while I got the attached crash. For some reason, running with the libroot_debug.so seems to make Web+ more stable. At least it feels like I get more frequent crashes when running it regularly (BUrlProtocol.HTTP seems to be the culprit then most of the time)
I'm not sure if the summary to this ticket is correct. Please adjust if necessary...
Using both the 4.1 alpha anyboot image and the latest nightly (2014-02-12) dd'd to a USB stick this machine gets a kdl during boot. This seems to have in both normal boot and safe mode.
I've attached the syslog from the boot process, as well as some debugging output from the Debian installation on the machine's internal drive for a look at the hardware.