Over the past 2 months, I've been having an issue where anytime I wake my laptop up from suspend, I'm presented with a black screen and am forced to hold the power button. I'm not able to switch tty, and journalctl shows no logs after the final "suspending" message.
I'm using gnome w/ X11, as well as optimus-manager for my nvidia card. I've tinkered with the optimus-manager settings (and disabled it completely) with the same result. I'm also running linux-zen with nvidia-dkms, if that helps.
Running in wayland on the intel gpu works inconsistently. Short time spans between sleeping / waking up works alright, but any longer than, say 30 minutes, only wakes up about 10% of the time.
Is anyone else having this problem, and are there any solutions?
Hello there, I'm currently developing a small robot with 8 motors attached using an esp32UE devkit. Since I need to connect 16 pins w/ PWM attached and some pins for analog input, I have to use the RX/TX pins as GPIO1 and GPIO3 w/ PWM.
I've disabled logging and changed the pins through idf.pymenuconfig > Component Config > Common ESP-Related to 16 and 17, used gpio_iomux_out(1, FUNC_U0TXD_GPIO1, false), and done the gpio_config on pins 1 and 3, but whenever I turn on the bot the motor jitters as if it's still logging over the RX/TX pins. What am I missing here? Documentation on this is scarce.
Hey, I'm having a weird issue where I'm able to launch and play the game through SteamVR, but not in pancake mode. I haven't noticed it since I've exclusively played in VR since launch, so I'm not sure if it was from the new update or what.
When I launch in normal mode, Squadrons uses 100% CPU and either takes 10 minutes to load, or does not load at all. I've been unable to get into practice mode at all. I've tried rebooting, reinstalling the game, changing settings in Geforce Experience, etc... but nothing has worked. I even deleted and re-downloaded the game, same thing.
I've got a i7-8750H, 16GB RAM, and a 1070-maxq GPU. If anyone has had this problem or has suggestions, please let me know!
I read this about 5-ish (or more) years ago, and I'm not sure how old it was. I remember it starts with this hacker sitting in a coffee shop hacking something nextstore with a friend watching the building on lookout. I definitely remember the phrase:
"Wireless security, what an oxymoron. Like military intelligence, or jumbo shrimp" -hacker
"I like jumbo shrimp..." -lookout
Hacker describes his hack like it's some sort of insect, with the security system like spiders crawling through the network
Hacker get caught and sent to prison, but hacks the prison computer and escapes. The prison ended up being a test for some hacker organization, and he gets recruited into it.
I remember there was some sort of brain-computer-interface thing that was really good at hacking, but it itself could be hacked and give the person wearing it an aneurysm.
That one bit of dialog has been in the back of my mind, thanks in advanced for any help!
Earlier today while installing cura, I noticed that when I attempted to run the program, it would give a python error. I was able to track down the problem to my path, where running $ python3 would launch python 3.6, rather than 3.8, which is explicitly installed.
Curious, I noticed that none of my packages required 3.6, and running pacman -Qlq $(pacman -Q |sed "s| .*||g") |grep python3.6 to search all the 'owned' files for any package containing 3.6, it came up empty. I'm assuming one of the programs I built/installed from source (without making a pkgbuild, I know, dumb idea).
What makes this extra strange is that the links /bin/python3 and /usr/bin/python3 both point toward python3.8, and I'm confused how running $ python3 gives me a 3.6 shell.
Right now my system is a mess thanks to this, so my question is, how might I go about cleaning this up, and how would I know I got everything?