Latest Bugs & Tasks
Gutenprint Printer Drivers
I configured my printer and selected "Show preview before printing" in the "Printjob Setup" dialog.
When printing a text document there is now no visible text in the preview window.
This feature was working previously some number of weeks ago.
Otherwise, the document prints normally.
Fixed in hrev50719.
Probably fixed on the way... Closing ticket.
I upgraded to hrev 50714. On rebooting all my system fonts had been reset to Bitstream Charter.
I "fixed" it by manually downloading Noto and setting my fonts to that, as I believe this will be the new standard, but shouldn't noto be listed as a dependency somewhere?
lots of packages installed, happens during boot.
It's easy to verify, create a partition and format it using the mkfs.ext4 command, the partition is then unmountable and DriveSetup reports it just as "native linux", now format it with the mkfs -t ext4 again and it works as expected.
Playing a store bought audio CD with MediaPlayer on internal optical drive causes the
audio to stutter and cut out. Thinking it might be a defective drive, I installed a second one
with the same result.
The problem is also apparent on a second Haiku PC, but somewhat less noticible.
Attached are syslog and screenshots of the hardware being used.
Fixed in hrev50710. Thanks for reporting!
If I open Media preferences, click the "MIDI" option, it shows an empty list box (as it should). When I double click inside that box (left or right click) the window crashes. Syslog attached if you need it.
Ok... that comment in our tcp stack is wrong. We *do* support window scaling. The code is there and I can SCP a file from another machine and get the 80MB/s (and window size multiplier is set to non-negative )
It seems the issue is wget isn't telling the OS to use window scaling?
Install to HD partition - everything appeared normal
Installer dialog ->Quit
System KDL as soon as CD was ejected prior to first reboot
Photo of screen attached
Things this implementation currently doesn't implement:
- TCP Extensions for High Performance, RFC 1323
We're seeing low network stack performance, missing RFC 1323 (TCP window scaling) could be a cause and should be investigated.
There seems to be some pretty serious performance bottlenecks around the network stack or the disk drivers, or the BFS filesystem.