If have found that certain video clips from YouTube won't play because
I don't have the proper software. I don't know what that software may
be. I also got a message from a non-YouTube source that says,
"This video file cannot be played. (Error Code: 4370637)" I'm
running TW, recently upgraded (late November.) Is there some
software available that would play these files, which I must assume
would play in Windows?
I have this annoying issue with any of the recent kernels that come with
Leap 15.1 and 15.2 that my SSD becomes read-only after a while. I can
reproduce the behavior almost 100% of the time pushing the same heavy
I/O work load on it. I have one "golden" kernel under which issue
_never_ shows up (uptime easily over 45 days and pushing the same work
load multiple times a day). This "golden" kernel is:
Any kernel I have tried since the above during Leap 15.1 updates, and
now the latest Leap 15.2 (vmlinuz-5.3.18-lp152.50-default) have the
above described issue with the SSD failure and system lockup. The last
log that goes to the screen is:
pcieport 000:00:1d.4: DPC: unmasked uncorrectable error detected
nvme nvme0: frozen state error detected, reset controller
I would just stay with the "golden" kernel if it was not for some other
issues (HDMI problem) that I have with /it/. The latest 5.3 kernel
definitely has the HDMI issue fixed, and I'd love to move on, but cannot
due to the SSD issue.
The drive is an Intel model number: HBRPEKNX0202AH.
It's been years since I last built my own custom kernels, and I was
really hoping to not have to do that again. Please let me know if there
is any additional information that would be useful to address this issue.
On 03/12/2020 12.30, oS-sprt wrote:
> On Thu, 3 Dec 2020 12:08:45 +0100 "Carlos E. R." <> wrote:
Who are you? I don't see it in the "from". I suppose you are Dave.
>> On 03/12/2020 12.02, Dave Howorth wrote:
>>> Is anybody else seeing problems with mail from this list recently?
>>> In particular some mails are being delivered to me from opensuse but
>>> without the [opensuse-support] tag in the subject line. For example
>>> the first mail in the 'video driver s/w' thread, but not the second,
>>> nor the third from the same author as the first. The complete thread
>>> is at:
>> Yes, we commented about this several days ago.
>> Explanation here:
> Hi Carlos
> Thanks for the reply. I don't subscribe to the project list so I
> haven't seen any of this before. I had a quick look at your links but I
> haven't found any explanation of the problem I'm seeing.
The "problem" is caused by an intentional but forced change, and those
links explain why it had to be done.
The problem is that there are people whose mail *server or ISP* use
signed headers/body (DKIM/DMARC). If the subject is changed to add the
[thing], those mails are flagged as "modified" or false, and deleted or
rejected by other mail servers. Thus those people can not email to any
mail list. It happens, for instance, to people on suse.com, so the
heroes team was forced to do the migration to mailman3 much faster than
planned, and eliminate the subject [thing].
> Can you describe it in words of one syllable and what is being done
> about it?
The only thing that could be done is replace the "From" header to send
all mail list From "list server" instead. And that is what I think it is
being done now. You mail came from:
But remains to modify it to say "on behalf of Dave Howorth".
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 15.1 x86_64 at Telcontar)
Is anybody else seeing problems with mail from this list recently?
In particular some mails are being delivered to me from opensuse but
without the [opensuse-support] tag in the subject line. For example the
first mail in the 'video driver s/w' thread, but not the second, nor
the third from the same author as the first. The complete thread is at:
All posts in the 'nvme nvme0: frozen state error detected, reset
controller' also suffer from this problem.
All the problem emails do have the list 'signature' at the bottom.
I reported this problem to admin(a)o.o yesterday but it is still
On Wed, 2 Dec 2020 14:37:12 +0100
Jogchum Reitsma <j.reitsma(a)hccnet.nl> wrote:
> Op 02-12-2020 om 02:57 schreef Malcolm:
> > <snip>
> > Hi
> > Good deal :)
> > If your interested, colmap is now fixed/updated in my testing
> > repository, it should do what Regard3D can do... if needed, meshlab
> > is in the graphics repo.
> OK, good news, thanks! So regard3d is not needed anymore?
I think you will have better success with colmap/meshlab there are
plenty of tutorials/examples on the web.
> Nevertheless, I'll see i I can teach myself, with the hooks already
> presented in this thread, to create a package, with regard3d as a
> test bed.
> If I would need help with that, is this list the best place to ask
> for it?
A worthy adventure for sure, there is the packaging mailing list about
this, but see no reason questions can't be raised on this list.
Cheers Malcolm °¿° SUSE Knowledge Partner (Linux Counter #276890)
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