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  • How to delete the history and cache in Opera Mobile (10.1)

    - by Mathias Lin
    I run Opera Mobile 10.1 on Android. My device is rooted. How can I clear the history and cache of the browser via shell? As su, removing /data/data/com.opera.browser/opera/profiles/smartphone/cookies4.dat /data/data/com.opera.browser/opera/profiles/smartphone/cache /data/data/com.opera.browser/opera/profiles/smartphone/cacheO and a /system/xbin/busybox killall -9 com.opera.browser afterwards doesn't seem to do the job. Afterwards, bookmarks etc. are still there. In Opera Mini I found it easy to just delete /data/data/com.opera.mini.android/cache/webviewCache /data/data/com.opera.mini.android/databases but unfortunately, Opera Mini in it's current version has a bug and doesn't work on most devices.

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  • First Stable Version of Opera 15 has been Released

    - by Akemi Iwaya
    Opera has just released the first stable version of their revamped browser and will be proceeding at a rapid pace going forward. There is also news concerning the three development streams they will maintain along with news of an update for the older 12.x series for those who are not ready to update to 15.x just yet. The day is full of good news for Opera users whether they have already switched to the new Blink/Webkit Engine version or are still using the older Presto Engine version. First, news of the new development streams… Opera has released details outlining their three new release streams: Opera (Stable) – Released every couple of weeks, this is the most solid version, ready for mission-critical daily use. Opera Next – Updated more frequently than Stable, this is the feature-complete candidate for the Stable version. While it should be ready for daily use, you can expect some bugs there. Opera Developer – A bleeding edge version, you can expect a lot of fancy stuff there; however, some nasty bugs might also appear from time to time. From the Opera Desktop Team blog post: When you install Opera from a particular stream, your installation will stick to it, so Opera Stable will be always updated to Opera Stable, Opera Next to Opera Next and so on. You can choose for yourself which stream is the best for you. You can even follow a couple of them at the same time! Of particular interest is the announcement of continued development for the 12.x series. A new version (12.16) is due to be released soon to help keep the older series up to date and secure while the transition process from 12.x to 15.x continues.    

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  • Our Look at Opera 10.50 Web Browser

    - by Asian Angel
    Everyone has been talking about the newest version of Opera recently but perhaps you have not looked at it too closely yet. Today we will take a look at 10.50 and let you see what this “new browser” is all about. The New Engines Carakan JavaScript Engine: Runs web applications up to 7 times faster than its predecessor Futhark Vega Graphics Library: Enables super fast and smooth graphics on everything from tab switching to webpage animation Presto 2.5: Provides support for HTML5, CSS2.1 and the latest CSS3 standards A Look at the Features Available If you have installed or used older versions of Opera before then the default look after a clean install will probably seem rather different. The main differences in appearance are mainly located within the “glass border” areas of the browser. The “Speed Dial” setup looks and works just as well as in previous versions. You can set a favorite wallpaper or image as your background and choose the number of “dials” using the “Configure Speed Dial Command”. One of the “standout” differences is the “O Button”. All of the menus have been condensed into this single access point but it only takes a few moments to find what you are looking for. If you have used the style before in earlier versions of Opera some of the items have been moved around. For those who prefer the “Menu Bar” that can be easily restored using the “Show Menu Bar Command”. If desired you can actually “extend” the “Tab Bar” downwards to display thumbnails of your open tabs. Just use your mouse to grab the bottom of the “Tab Bar” and adjust it to suit your personal needs. The only problem with this feature is that it will quickly use up a good sized portion of your available UI and browser window space. The “Password Manager” is ready to access when needed…the background for the button will turn a shiny metallic blue when you open a webpage that you have “Login Information” saved for. One of the new features is a small “Recycle Bin Button” in the upper right corner. Clicking on this will display a list of recently closed tabs letting you have easy access to any tabs that you may have accidentally closed. This is definitely a great feature to have as an easy access button. For those who were used to how the “Zoom Feature” looked before it has a new “look” to it. Instead of the pop-up menu-type listing of “view sizes” present before you now have a slider button that you can use to adjust the zooming level. For our default setup here the “Sidebar Panels” available were: “Bookmarks, Widgets, Unite, Notes, Downloads, History, & Panels”. Additional panels such as “Links, Windows, Search, Info, etc.” are available if you want and/or need them (accessible using the “Panels Plus Sign Button”). The “Opera Link Button” makes it easy for you to synchronize your “Speed Dial, Bookmarks, Personal Bar, Custom Searches, History & Notes”. Note: “Opera Link” requires an account and can be signed up for using the link provided below. Want to share files with your family and friends? “Unite” allows you to do that and more. With “Unite” you can: “Stream Music, Show Photo Galleries, Share Files and/or Folders, & host webpages directly from your browser”. We have a more in-depth look at “Unite” in our article here. Note: Use of “Unite” requires an Opera account. Got a slow internet connection? “Opera Turbo” can help with that by running the web traffic through their “compression servers” to speed up your web browsing. Keep in mind that “Opera Turbo” will not engage if you are accessing a secure website (i.e. your bank’s website) thus preserving your security. Note: “Opera Turbo” can be set up to automatically detect slow internet connections (i.e. crowded Wi-Fi in a cafe). Opera has a built-in “Private Browsing Mode” now for those who prefer anonymous browsing and want to keep the “history records clean” on their computer. To access it go to “Tabs and windows” and select “New private tab” or “New private window” as desired. When you open your new “Private Tab or Window” you will see the following message with details on how Opera will handle browsing information and a large “door hanger symbol”. Notice that the one tab is locked into “Private Browsing Mode” while the others are still working in “Regular Browsing Mode”. Very nice! A miniature version of the “door hanger symbol” will be present on any tab that is locked into “Private Browsing Mode”. If you are using Windows 7 then you will love how things look from your “Taskbar”. Here you can see four very nice looking thumbnails for the tabs that we had open. All that you have to do is click on the desired thumbnail… The “Context Menu” looks just as lovely as the thumbnails and definitely has some terrific functionality built into it. Add Enhanced Aero Capability If you love “Aero” and want more for your new Opera install then we have the perfect theme for you. The theme’s name is Z1-AV69 and once you have downloaded it you will need to place it in the “Skins Subfolder” in Opera’s “Program Files Folder”. Note: For our example we used version 1.10 but version 2.00 is now available (link provided below). Once you have restarted Opera, go to the “O Menu” and select “Appearance”. When the “Appearance Window” opens click on “Z1-Glass Skin” and then click “OK”. All of a sudden you will have more “Aero Goodness” to enjoy. Compare this screenshot with the one at the top of this article…the only part that is not transparent now is the browser window area itself. Want even more “Aero Goodness”? Right click on the “Tab Bar” and set “Tab Bar Placement” to “Left”. Note: You can achieve the same effect by setting the “Tab Bar Placement” to “Right”. With the “Speed Dial” visible you will be able to see your wallpaper with ease. While this is obviously not for everyone it does make for a great visual trick. Portable Versions Perhaps you need this wonderful new version of Opera to go with you wherever you do during the day. Not a problem…just visit the Opera USB website to choose a version that works best for you. You can select from “Zip or Exe” setup files and if needed update an older portable version using a “Zipped Update Files Package”. If you are updating an older version keep in mind that you will need to delete the old “OperaUSB.exe. File” due to changes with the new setup files. During our tests updating older portable versions went well for the most part but we did experience a few “odd UI quirks” here and there…so we recommend setting up a clean install if possible. Conclusion The new 10.50 release is a pleasure to use and is a recommended install for your system. Whether you are considering trying Opera for the first time or have been using it for a bit we think that you will pleased with everything that the 10.50 release has to offer. For those who would like to add User Scripts to Opera be certain to look at our how-to article here. Links Download Opera 10.50 for your location (Windows) Get the latest Snapshot versions for Linux & Mac Sign up for an Opera Link account View In-Depth detail on Opera 10.50’s features Download the Z1-AV69 Aero Theme Download Portable Opera 10.50 Similar Articles Productive Geek Tips Set the Speed Dial as the Opera Startup PageSet Up User Scripts in Opera BrowserScan Files for Viruses Before You Download With Dr.WebTurn Your Computer into a File, Music, and Web Server with Opera UniteSet the Default Browser on Ubuntu From the Command Line TouchFreeze Alternative in AutoHotkey The Icy Undertow Desktop Windows Home Server – Backup to LAN The Clear & Clean Desktop Use This Bookmarklet to Easily Get Albums Use AutoHotkey to Assign a Hotkey to a Specific Window Latest Software Reviews Tinyhacker Random Tips Revo Uninstaller Pro Registry Mechanic 9 for Windows PC Tools Internet Security Suite 2010 PCmover Professional Make your Joomla & Drupal Sites Mobile with OSMOBI Integrate Twitter and Delicious and Make Life Easier Design Your Web Pages Using the Golden Ratio Worldwide Growth of the Internet How to Find Your Mac Address Use My TextTools to Edit and Organize Text

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  • Cross-Browser Extension Installation now Possible with Opera and Google Chrome

    - by Akemi Iwaya
    People have been curious if there would be cross-browser compatibility for extensions due to Opera’s recent switch to the browser engine that Google Chrome uses. That question has now been answered. The OMG! Chrome! Blog has put together a nice tutorial on how to get cross-browser extension compatibility set up and working with your browser of choice. Screenshot courtesy of OMG! Chrome! Blog. While it is not surprising that the first steps in cross-browser extension compatibility have been taken, it will be interesting to see how it develops as the process is refined and further development occurs with the ‘new’ Opera. What are your thoughts on this? Is cross-browser extension compatibility really that important? Perhaps you feel that it does not matter? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!    

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  • Disable Opera Thumbnail Previews on Windows 7 Taskbar

    - by Asian Angel
    If you are one of the people who does not care for the Taskbar Thumbnail Previews in Windows 7 then we have a quick and easy way for you to turn them off in Opera Browser. Before Here is our Opera Browser with four tabs full of HTG Network goodness… Hovering the mouse over the Taskbar Icon gives a nice preview of each tabs content. Looking closer you can see the fanned edge on the Taskbar Icon indicating that there are multiple tabs open. This is all good but what if you just want something simpler? Disabling the Previews If you want to disable the Taskbar Thumbnail Previews in Opera you will need to type opera:config in the Address Bar and press Enter. Once you have done that, you will see a condensed listing for all of Opera’s preferences. There is one Preference Category that we need to look for…User Prefs. Note: While a Quick Find Search could be conducted for the entry that needs to be modified, we have chosen to show the full method here. After scrolling down and finding the User Prefs category you will need to expand the section. Notice the size of the scrollbar in comparison with the screenshot above…there is quite a lot that you can look at and finesse in Opera if desired. Scroll down until you find the Use Windows 7 Taskbar Thumbnails entry. Uncheck the box but do not close the opera:config Tab yet…or your changes will not take effect. Scroll down once more until you reach the end of the User Prefs category and click Save. With this particular modification you will need to restart Opera after clicking OK. After restarting Opera the Taskbar Icon and Taskbar Thumbnail Preview will revert to the minimal Windows 7 default as shown here. You can see Opera’s Tab Bar in the thumbnail and the Taskbar Icon no longer has a “fanned edge”. Conclusion If you want to disable Opera’s Taskbar Thumbnail Previews on your Windows 7 system, then this quick modification will help get it sorted out in just a few moments. Similar Articles Productive Geek Tips Disable IE 8 Thumbnail Previews on Windows 7 TaskbarIncrease the size of Taskbar Preview Thumbnails in Windows 7Vista Style Popup Previews for Firefox TabsEnable Thumbnail Previews for Firefox in Windows 7 TaskbarWorkaround for Vista Taskbar Thumbnail Previews Not Showing Correctly TouchFreeze Alternative in AutoHotkey The Icy Undertow Desktop Windows Home Server – Backup to LAN The Clear & Clean Desktop Use This Bookmarklet to Easily Get Albums Use AutoHotkey to Assign a Hotkey to a Specific Window Latest Software Reviews Tinyhacker Random Tips All My Movies 5.9 CloudBerry Online Backup 1.5 for Windows Home Server Snagit 10 VMware Workstation 7 10 Superb Firefox Wallpapers OpenDNS Guide Google TV The iPod Revolution Ultimate Boot CD can help when disaster strikes Windows Firewall with Advanced Security – How To Guides

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  • How to Backup and Transfer Opera Settings, Profiles, and Browsing Sessions

    - by Lori Kaufman
    We’ve previously shown you how to backup Firefox profiles using an extension and third-party software and how to backup Google Chrome profiles. If you use Opera, there is a free tool that makes it easy to backup Opera profiles, settings, and even browsing sessions. Opera offers a sync service, called Opera Link, which allows you to sync your bookmarks, personal bar, history, Speed Dial, notes, and search engines with other computers. However, this service does not sync your current browsing sessions and passwords. We found a free tool, called Stu’s Opera Settings Import & Export tool, that allows you to export all your Opera settings, profiles, and browsing sessions to an archive and import it into Opera on the same or another computer. Stu’s Opera Settings Import & Export tool is portable and does not need to be installed. Simply download the .zip file using the link at the end of this article. Double-click the osie.exe file to run the program. 8 Deadly Commands You Should Never Run on Linux 14 Special Google Searches That Show Instant Answers How To Create a Customized Windows 7 Installation Disc With Integrated Updates

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  • How private is the Opera Turbo feature of Opera?

    - by Marcus V
    If I'm using Opera with the Opera Turbo feature turned on (always, not set to "automaticly"). Can anyone see what sites I'm visiting (except Opera of course ...)? Opera Turbo uses a proxy server, so it should be that way, but as a not very technical person I'm not sure. Why do I want this? Well: nowadays, at least in my country, more and more (legal) open Wi-Fi connections are available. In those environments I like to have more privacy protections. I don't mind if they can see my IP address, but I just want to hide as much as I can of what I am doing. BTW: I don't care that they can see the data transferred; it doesn't have to be that secret. I only want to hide the requested Internet site links. BTW: I know that Opera Turbo only works with non-secure websites (HTTP), but that's fine for me. I only want it to work with these sites. BTW: I'm not need this for illegal purposes; I only want this for privacy reasons.

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  • Opera Demos It’s Browser For Tablets

    - by Gopinath
    Opera has released a video teaser that shows off its upcoming Opera browser for tables. When it comes to web browsers for mobile devices, Opera is the best browser. Opera browsers for mobile phones speeds up page loading several times by offloading page rendering process to it’s servers. After conquering major mobile phone browser market, now Opera want to do same for tablets. A new browser is demonstrated running on Android tablets. Check the 25 second embedded video featuring a glimpse at the UI, smooth scrolling  and pinch to zoom features. This article titled,Opera Demos It’s Browser For Tablets, was originally published at Tech Dreams. Grab our rss feed or fan us on Facebook to get updates from us.

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  • Install Opera on 64-bit

    - by maaartinus
    I tried to follow the instructions on the opera page, but it didn't work. I was assuming the base install should be the same for 64-bit, but it doesn't look so. After executing wget -qO - http://deb.opera.com/archive.key | sudo apt-key add - successfully sudo apt-get install opera says Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Package opera is not available, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source E: Package 'opera' has no installation candidate Below on the page I see A 64 bit Linux version is available, you should get it automatically either from the repositories or from Opera I haven't tried to download it manually, since I prefer to get it from a repo. It it possible?

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  • AskUbuntu Add-on for Firefox, Opera and Chrome

    - by lovinglinux
    Screenshots Firefox Opera Chrome About The extension, called AskUbuntu Add-on, allows to easily track user info and questions from askubuntu.com. This extension displays user reputation and badges in the toolbar, provides an easy access menu to unanswered questions , user questions, favorites and user tags. It has an update checker that alerts when there is new activity in the user account or unanswered questions. The configuration options allow to disable alerts, limit the number of items displayed in the menu, hide user info and control the frequency of updates. There is also an option to store data temporarily if the browser is on private mode. License Free, open source released under: GNU General Public License v3 [Firefox] Apache License, Version 2.0 [Opera and Chrome] Download Home page: http://www.webgapps.org/addons/askubuntu GitHub downloads: http://github.com/webgapps/askubuntu/downloads Mozilla gallery: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/242568/ Opera gallery: https://addons.opera.com/addons/extensions/details/askubuntu-add-on... Google gallery: https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/hamgohmiimamjpabgncmklojoibjknon Platform Firefox 3.5 to 4.0b8pre Opera 11.0 Chrome 5.0.316.0 [OS independent] Contact Developed by lovinglinux Code Javascript, HTML (Opera and Chrome) and XUL (Firefox) Source code at http://github.com/webgapps/askubuntu Note: some Gnome users might experience diminished functionality if their Firefox does not show icons in menus, since the icons are indicators of new activity. To solve this problem visit: http://askubuntu.com/questions/8586/where-is-the-gnome-option-to-display-icons-in-menus

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  • Remove Clutter from the Opera Speed Dial Page

    - by Asian Angel
    Do you want to clean up the Speed Dial page in Opera so that only the thumbnails are visible? Today we show you a couple of tweaks that will make it happen. Speed Dial Page The search bar and text at the bottom take up room and add clutter to the look and feel of Opera’s Speed Dial page. Changing the Settings Two small tweaks to the config settings will clean it all up. To get started type opera:config into the address bar and press enter. Type “speed” into the quick find bar and look for the Speed Dial State entry. Change the 1 to 2 and click save. You will see the following message concerning the changes…click OK. Next type “search” into the quick find bar and look for the Speed Dial Search Type entry. Remove all of the text in the blank and click save. Once again you will see a message about the latest change that you have made. At this point you may need to restart Opera for both changes to take full effect. There will be a noticeable difference in how the Speed Dial page looks afterwards and is much cleaner without the Search bar and text field. You will also still be able to access the right click context menu just like before. Conclusion If you have been looking to get a cleaner and less cluttered Speed Dial page in Opera, then these two little hacks will get the job done! Similar Articles Productive Geek Tips Set the Speed Dial as the Opera Startup PageReplace Google Chrome’s New Tab Page with Speed DialSpeed up Windows Vista Start Menu Search By Limiting ResultsBlank New Tab Quick-Fix for Google ChromeMonitor and Control Memory Usage in Google Chrome TouchFreeze Alternative in AutoHotkey The Icy Undertow Desktop Windows Home Server – Backup to LAN The Clear & Clean Desktop Use This Bookmarklet to Easily Get Albums Use AutoHotkey to Assign a Hotkey to a Specific Window Latest Software Reviews Tinyhacker Random Tips VMware Workstation 7 Acronis Online Backup DVDFab 6 Revo Uninstaller Pro Backup Outlook 2010 Daily Motivator (Firefox) FetchMp3 Can Download Videos & Convert Them to Mp3 Use Flixtime To Create Video Slideshows Creating a Password Reset Disk in Windows Bypass Waiting Time On Customer Service Calls With Lucyphone

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  • How to install Opera Browser?

    - by bruce
    I am trying to install opera browser from the terminal. I downloaded the 'debian' installer because it didn't show up in software center. It completely destroyed my software center - it is frozen and I have no idea how to fix (I have a different thread for that though). Can I use this thing called synaptic package manager to install Opera? or am I stuck with Firefox? How do I install Opera Browser?

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  • Opera 11 Adds Tab Stacking, Extensions, and More [Screenshot Tour]

    - by The Geek
    Opera 11 has just been released, with lots of great new features. Let’s take a quick tour through the best features for the world’s most alternate browser. If you’d rather see the new stuff in the form of a video, here’s the official Opera 11 release video. Otherwise, scroll down for all the screenshots. Latest Features How-To Geek ETC The Complete List of iPad Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials The 50 Best Registry Hacks that Make Windows Better The How-To Geek Holiday Gift Guide (Geeky Stuff We Like) LCD? LED? Plasma? The How-To Geek Guide to HDTV Technology The How-To Geek Guide to Learning Photoshop, Part 8: Filters Improve Digital Photography by Calibrating Your Monitor Free Shipping Day is Friday, December 17, 2010 – National Free Shipping Day Find an Applicable Quote for Any Programming Situation Winter Theme for Windows 7 from Microsoft Score Free In-Flight Wi-Fi Courtesy of Google Chrome Peaceful Winter Road at Sunset Wallpaper Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Why Pac-Man’s Ghosts Move the Way They Do

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  • Opening Skype, Opera, OpenOffice logs me off

    - by anjanesh
    Whats common among Skype, Opera, OpenOffice in Ubuntu ? Whenever I open these applications I get logged off and shows back me the login screen. This started happening since the 10.10 upgrade. Forgot to mention : Yes, its x64.Each time I open these applications, the UI shows and then crashes. I started each app & logged the last few lines of /var/log/syslog after each crash. Looks like something to do with sound drivers ? Opera :Jan 8 09:33:20 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11532]: pid.c: Daemon already running. Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_avail_delay() returned strange values: delay 0 is less than avail 8. Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Most likely this is a bug in the ALSA driver 'snd_hda_intel'. Please report this issue to the ALSA developers. Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_dump(): Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Soft volume PCM Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Control: PCM Playback Volume Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: min_dB: -51 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: max_dB: 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: resolution: 256 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Slave: Hardware PCM card 0 'HDA Intel' device 0 subdevice 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: appl_ptr : 87320 Jan 8 09:33:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[11429]: alsa-util.c: hw_ptr : 87320 Jan 8 09:33:22 al-ubuntu kernel: [ 4962.078306] opera[11036]: segfault at 261 ip 0000000000000261 sp 00007fffed7cd9a8 error 14 in opera[400000+122b000] [email protected]:~$ SkypeJan 8 09:40:21 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12602]: pid.c: Daemon already running. Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_avail_delay() returned strange values: delay 0 is less than avail 8. Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Most likely this is a bug in the ALSA driver 'snd_hda_intel'. Please report this issue to the ALSA developers. Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_dump(): Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Soft volume PCM Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Control: PCM Playback Volume Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: min_dB: -51 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: max_dB: 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: resolution: 256 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Slave: Hardware PCM card 0 'HDA Intel' device 0 subdevice 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: appl_ptr : 87312 Jan 8 09:40:23 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[12485]: alsa-util.c: hw_ptr : 87312 [email protected]:~$ Open OfficeJan 8 09:43:46 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13157]: pid.c: Daemon already running. Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_avail_delay() returned strange values: delay 0 is less than avail 16. Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Most likely this is a bug in the ALSA driver 'snd_hda_intel'. Please report this issue to the ALSA developers. Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: snd_pcm_dump(): Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Soft volume PCM Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Control: PCM Playback Volume Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: min_dB: -51 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: max_dB: 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: resolution: 256 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Slave: Hardware PCM card 0 'HDA Intel' device 0 subdevice 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: Its setup is: Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: stream : CAPTURE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: access : MMAP_INTERLEAVED Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: format : S16_LE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: subformat : STD Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: channels : 2 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: rate : 44100 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: exact rate : 44100 (44100/1) Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: msbits : 16 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: buffer_size : 88192 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_size : 44096 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_time : 999909 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: tstamp_mode : ENABLE Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_step : 1 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: avail_min : 87310 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: period_event : 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: start_threshold : -1 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: stop_threshold : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: silence_threshold: 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: silence_size : 0 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: boundary : 6205960286516543488 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: appl_ptr : 87320 Jan 8 09:43:48 al-ubuntu pulseaudio[13064]: alsa-util.c: hw_ptr : 87320 [email protected]:~$

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  • how to install flash for opera browser? ubuntu 12 04

    - by santosamaru
    for the opera:plugins setting its had been setup as enable to use the flash player .. and also i do trying to follow the instruction from I am testing the new Opera 11, but it keeps telling me I need to install flash player it still not help me .. what i have after following that link instructions is [email protected]:/home/santos# cp /usr/lib/flashplugin-installer/libflashplayer.so ~/.opera/plugins/libflashplayer.so cp: cannot create regular file `/root/.opera/plugins/libflashplayer.so': No such file or directory [email protected]:/home/santos# sudo apt-get gecko-mediaplayer E: Invalid operation gecko-mediaplayer [email protected]:/home/santos# cp /usr/lib/flashplugin-installer/libflashplayer.so ~/.opera/plugins/libflashplayer.so cp: cannot create regular file `/root/.opera/plugins/libflashplayer.so': No such file or directory anyone can help me to solve this ?

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  • How to solve this problem starting new Opera-windows on dual monitor-setup?

    - by Mnementh
    I use Opera and have a setup with two monitors. If I want to open a new URL opera -newwindow URL. The outcome differs, if I execute this command in a program on the same screen where Opera is, or on the other. On the same screen everything is fine. I get the message opera: Activated running instance and the new window with the URL is opened. On the other screen, I get a dialog with the following message: It appears another opera instance is using the same configuration directory because its lock file is active: /home/(my name)/.opera/lock and the URL is not shown. That's not only from console, also if I click a link in E-Mail or so. How can I fix this? Window-manager is awesome, if it does make a difference.

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  • Opera's problem with magnet-links

    - by Dmitriy Matveev
    I've encountered following problem while using Opera web browser: When I click on a magnet link on some web page like magnet:?xt=urn:tree:tiger:CXW6MJFRNOEFU2STCBWWOIYZLVCR2FTR37SQCXY&xl=352342016&dn=ER%20-%207x16%20-%20Witch%20Hunt.avi Opera is asking me if I want to open that link with my DC++ client. If I click 'Yes' button then my DC++ client is correctly "opening" the clicked magnet link and performing some action on it. There is also an option "Do not show this dialog again" in Opera's dialog, but it doesn't seem to be working correctly. If I check that option before answering 'Yes' and then click on other magnet link of the same kind the Opera will again ask me about how to open new link. I haven't found protocol association in 'Control Panel Default Programs Set Associations' part of my Windows Vista settings, but if I paste magnet link in "Run" dialog then Vista will handle that link perfectly. I've tried to find out how to manually set protocol association in Opera and found 'Programs' page of browser's advanced settings. There I discovered that instead of storing protocol to application associations Opera tries to store per-link associations (There are several entries with exact links as they was on web page as value of protocol field). If I click on the links which are already stored in Opera's protocols associations browser will ask me about them again. I haven't found any information on how to resolve this problem on the internet, maybe someone on this site will be able to help me.

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