open terminal (applications > terminal > )
paste the below command:
sudo apt install flashplugin-installer
follow the prompts.
there may be security popups on your selected browser that will need to be enabled for the popup or content to be displayed.
hope this helps.
are you running a spinning disk or SSD ?
normally when a machine comes back from sleep (hibernation) it needs to read all the data that was saved to disk before you can have any KB input or the system works properly.
this same happens on PC and MAC if they go into hibernation.
hibernation is different to lets say screen off for example.
are able to ...
If you choose the encryption option, you will be prompted for the encryption password on boot-up. This will un-encrypt the drive. Once logged in, you can copy files to your USB drive and they won't be encrypted. Once you shutdown your system, your hard drive and the files on it will be encrypted again.
Another solution is disabling the title bar in Firefox's Customize mode - this will fix the issue and also brings window controls and tabs next to each other and thus making more space available for the website.
Several possibilities, most likely not Elementary related.
update your bios
You can throttle your cpu, but that is only a temporal solution
It seems like it was a driver issue. I already tried to sudo apt purge firmware-b43-installer and sudo apt install bcmwl-kernel-source, i.e. changing the drivers, which didn't solve the issue. However, I figured something might have gone wrong so I tried it again today. Purging the drivers caused the computer to crash, but then I did a hard reboot, installed ...
Just generate App Password in your Google Account. You need to do it separately for each calendar you want to connect and separately for the mail. Now, when credentials window pop up you use App Password instead your account password.
The App I am using is Foliate. Is does not come with Elementary, but is relatively easy to install, as the author supplies a flatpak
To enable flatpaks on Elementary, follow the elementary OS Quick Setup:
sudo apt install software-properties-common --no-install-recommends
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alexlarsson/flatpak
sudo apt update
sudo apt install ...
I have the same problem but my loading times are even higher than yours:
Startup finished in 1.987s (firmware) + 25.210s (loader) + 37.081s (kernel) + 3.052s (userspace)
= 1min 7.332s graphical.target reached after 3.041s in userspace
I have found a solution here:
This is not related to the Music app, but MIDI controllers do not produce sound, they control midi software or hardware. You will need to familiarize yourself with the Jack Audio Connection Kit and Alsa Sequencer. Check youtube, there are a lot of linux audio tutorials.
Okay, first, I think that "can't run" isn't correct, because you can run it - you can see at your screenshot, that it runs (there is no prompt line after you start program) and the process is on.
Second, I think, that it can't be Elementary Os or Pantheon depended bug, so check your code carefully. You can try debuging. For example simple cout-debuging. Try ...
As of Epiphany 3.32 (maybe some earlier post-3.24 versions), you can edit the list of filter files using dconf-editor or gsettings
So, you should (haven't tested) be able to define a filter file with exceptions according to the AdBlock Plus syntax, upload it somewhere, and put the link in the adblock-filters setting.
You might even be able to get away with ...