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Post  Ray on Sun Sep 16, 2012 10:00 pm

As I mentioned in an earlier post I have been messing around with Superkaramba with a few problems here and there Very Happy

In the attached screenshot you will notice that the:

1. AMD processor line is duplicated although there is only one line in the script

2. That the CPU Frequency appears on 2 lines where there is only one script line.

Any Superkaramba devotees able to point me in the direction of how to prevent this from happening.

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Re: PhoenixOS BlackHawk RC1 based on Precise LTS with 5 year support. KDE 4. Bug Report

Post  jpisini on Tue Sep 18, 2012 2:56 pm

Is it a dual core? I have seen funny things with Superkaramba and CPU myself. Usually when it is looking for one type and you have another. I use a karamba theme built for dual core on an older single core laptop and it always shows two CPUs even though I have only one. The display is the same for both. I will have to start taking a closer look at the theme files it hasn't really bothered me enough to look at them in the past.
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Re: PhoenixOS BlackHawk RC1 based on Precise LTS with 5 year support. KDE 4. Bug Report

Post  Ray on Wed Sep 26, 2012 12:11 am

Still have a problem with the shutdown of my Phoenix vm, it takes anywhere from 2 to 4 minutes to complete the shutdown. I have hunted around and checked man shutdown but can't find anything which allows me to print the shutdown process as a log so that I can check as to where the system is waiting for a process termination or user input which is slowing things down. My Pinguy 12.04 Gnome system shutdown occurs in about 20secs so it seems to be Phoenix specific.

Any clues??

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Re: PhoenixOS BlackHawk RC1 based on Precise LTS with 5 year support. KDE 4. Bug Report

Post  Admin on Sat Oct 06, 2012 10:22 am

Ray wrote:Still have a problem with the shutdown of my Phoenix vm, it takes anywhere from 2 to 4 minutes to complete the shutdown. I have hunted around and checked man shutdown but can't find anything which allows me to print the shutdown process as a log so that I can check as to where the system is waiting for a process termination or user input which is slowing things down. My Pinguy 12.04 Gnome system shutdown occurs in about 20secs so it seems to be Phoenix specific.

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I have a lot of custom scripts in there, that help make the "out of box" experience like Linspire; that could possibly add more time: like maybe a minute or so; but doubt 4 minutes. I will look into it.

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Re: PhoenixOS BlackHawk RC1 based on Precise LTS with 5 year support. KDE 4. Bug Report

Post  Admin on Sat Oct 06, 2012 10:25 am

Very Important: If you want somethings added please let me know now.

I am making another build and these things are implemented:

Nvidia Update
Java Update
Adobe Flash Update
Printer Fix (Fingers crossed)
KDE Update

All Packages updated obviously. After this is done; providing everyone or the the majority is happy then I will try using zync for future releases: supposed to be easier and faster. We will see.

Again please let me know if you want anything else added or any bugs you noticed; so I can take care of it in this release. This release will be PhoenixOSfinalb.iso. Thanks.


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Re: PhoenixOS BlackHawk RC1 based on Precise LTS with 5 year support. KDE 4. Bug Report

Post  Ray on Sun Oct 07, 2012 10:26 pm

Admin wrote:Very Important: If you want somethings added please let me know now.

I am making another build and these things are implemented:

Nvidia Update
Java Update
Adobe Flash Update
Printer Fix (Fingers crossed)
KDE Update

All Packages updated obviously. After this is done; providing everyone or the the majority is happy then I will try using zync for future releases: supposed to be easier and faster. We will see.

Again please let me know if you want anything else added or any bugs you noticed; so I can take care of it in this release. This release will be PhoenixOSfinalb.iso. Thanks.


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Not sure about this but when booting Phoenix (virtual machine) I do not get a grub menu where you can normally go back to a previus kernel, is this missing or is it jst my vm, I do get the grub menu on other vm's so it doesn't appear to be a 12.04 error.

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Post  Admin on Mon Oct 08, 2012 2:28 pm

Ray wrote:
Admin wrote:Very Important: If you want somethings added please let me know now.

I am making another build and these things are implemented:

Nvidia Update
Java Update
Adobe Flash Update
Printer Fix (Fingers crossed)
KDE Update

All Packages updated obviously. After this is done; providing everyone or the the majority is happy then I will try using zync for future releases: supposed to be easier and faster. We will see.

Again please let me know if you want anything else added or any bugs you noticed; so I can take care of it in this release. This release will be PhoenixOSfinalb.iso. Thanks.


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Ray,

Not sure about this but when booting Phoenix (virtual machine) I do not get a grub menu where you can normally go back to a previus kernel, is this missing or is it jst my vm, I do get the grub menu on other vm's so it doesn't appear to be a 12.04 error.

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There is a grub menu and usually you hit escape to invoke it. If you had older versions of kernels and suddenly your current kernel wouldn't boot: you could hit escape and pick an earlier version of kernel and it would boot.

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Post  Ray on Mon Oct 08, 2012 6:13 pm

Thanks Ray, I'll try that on my next boot.

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Printer and Shutdown problems Solved

Post  Ray on Sun Oct 14, 2012 9:00 pm

Ray,

I have finally tracked down the reason for my extremely slow shutdown process on Phoenix Final, felt a bit of a nitwit when I finally figured it out. As I mentioned in a pm my Peppermint system shuts down in less than 10secs and I couldn't figure out why my Phoenix was taking in excess of 2mins 30secs, however last night I was browsing my system and realised that I had created the Phoenix vm on a 2TB usb drive and it suddenly dawned on me that maybe that was the problem since my Peppermint system was on an attached drive, so this morning I copied my Phoenix onto a fixed drive, booted and then shutdown - time aprox 15secs.

Consider my Shutdown Problem solved

Following on from this momentous discovery I started to investigate my Printer Configuration problem, following on from some posts in the Arch Linux forum I started http://localhost:631 to obtain the Cups page and low and behold this recognised my Epson600FW network printer, I then added the printer, assigned the relevant Cups + Gutenprint data and then printed a picture to the newly found printer. Great stuff.

Consider my Printer Problems solved

This Phoenix is looking better all the time Very Happy

When 'finalb' is ready (how about Phoenix2012-10) I'll create the zsync details and post a 'how to update iso with zsync' much as I did for klikit. I presume that you will be able to upload to my site, John has the details.

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