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I have done a upload of my latest version of HPKGCreator (V. 0.8-4) and want to install it from our repository server. But i cant do that, because HaikuDepot says me i should install the old version (V. 0.7-3) from FatElk repository.
Yes, i have set the server for searching to "BeSly repository" and then i selct my newest version 0.8.-3 but then i click on install HaikuDepot display the download version from fatelk and not the new version from BeSly repository.
Duplicate of #12306 which has a lot more info to work with.
The mimetype-menagerie aims to provide samples for as many MIME types as possible:
It would be nice to test our MIME sniffer against it.
We might also want to add our own specific file formats to it.
Could be a GCI task.
I'm currently using my machine as a build slave to test the package build infrastructure. This means rather long uptimes (ideally several days).
Haiku seems to be quite stable, however, the network access becomes slower and slower over time, up to a point where everything seems to timeout and I have to reboot the computer.
I'm not sure what the problem is or how to investigate.
This is a wireless connection which makes it difficult to spy the traffic on the wire.
device Network controller [2|80|0] vendor 8086: Intel Corporation device 008a: Centrino Wireless-N 1030 [Rainbow Peak]
Wifi-N is disabled at boot using ifconfig, as it isn't working with this device.
This is hrev50432.
It'd be convenient for Haiku to remember the setting of the NumLock key on shutdown and restore the status on boot. Better than a setting in some preference panel.
As a work-around Edmund Vermeulen's "NumLock" can be put into ~/config/settings/boot/launch to activate NumLock. (It's attached in case the linked website disappears.)
When navigating from right click on the desktop home folder to inbox, I always get a segmentation fault.
- Right click home folder on the desktop.
- Navigate to mail/inbox
- Let the mouse pointer hover at inbox.
Result: almost immediate a message window appears about a tracker encountering an error.
If I hover the mouse pointer over any other folder in mail or any other folder in tracker there is no problem. Opening mail by clicking on it then double clicking inbox folder works without a problem.
Microsoft Comfort Mouse 6000 Model 1478
This ticket is meant to replace earlier ticket #10347
Mouse LED lights, but there are no mouse functions whatsoever.
installoptionalpackages is long gone, and no reply from original poster after a request 2y ago. Closing.
Fixed in hrev50444.
Fixed in hrev50444.
Looks like Axel fixed this one in https://cgit.haiku-os.org/haiku/commit/?id=0bcb836563b9adbcc4e3f39251e126be68e966ed.
As in title. Easily testable on any BObjectList (e.g. the one involved in the crash in #11122).
Fixed in hrev50441.
An oldie, but goldie... duplicate of #4280.:)
AFAIK replicants are supposed to protect their part of the desktop, but lately I have seen files and especially folders dragged to the desktop "disappear". Not too hard to find them: just point Tracker to home and then to Desktop. But it may be offputting to a newbie
In the attached screenshot you will see the folder "littlewriter" stuck behind an ActivityMonitor replicant. I have no knowledge if it is just this replicant that is behaving like this. This is on hrev50400
Well, is not the first time that I see this trouble, although it happens randomly: today is happened again:
Firstly I opened my inbox on Gmail, and instead of the usual page I just seen a page full of strange/ascii characters (see the attached screenshot), then I opened GitHub and I went to the issue page to add a ticket using the form: once I clicked on "Submit new issue" button, a KDL was triggered: unfortunately this KDL didn't recognized the "es" and the "bt" command, has claimed "Unrecognized command": the only command to exit from this KDL was "quit"; however, once I exit from the KDL, Haiku has become totally unresponsive: I was forced to press the power button on my computer.
Please notice that most of the time, using WebPositive, this KDL occurs when I am on the GitHub page: the last time this KDL was triggered when I attempted to attach an image to a ticket on GitHub and I think, due the develop nature of Haiku (and so the need to go on the GitHub page) that this issue is a great limit.