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Firefox “Diese Website stellt keine Identitätsdaten zur Verfügung” entfernen

November 15, 2009 Leave a comment

Schon seit längerem fällt mir die Meldung “Diese Website stellt keine Identitätsdaten zur Verfügung” in Firefox störend auf, sobald ich eine Webseite per drag+drop aus der Adreßleiste in die Bookmark-Leiste ziehen möchte.
Diese nervige Meldung verhindert desöfteren ein simples Bookmarken der Webseite, aber sie kann deaktiviert werden:

in der Adressleiste eingeben:
about:config

Im Feld für Filter folgendes eingeben:
browser.chrome.toolbar_tips

Im Fenster darunter erscheint dann diese Zeile, die man dann doppelklickt, woraufhin der Boolean Wert von True auf False geändert wird.

Firefox neustarten und weg ist die Meldung.

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Solution: Mythtv somtimes doesn’t detect the tuner cards

March 9, 2009 1 comment

As described here I fought the problem for a long time, that mythtv sometimes just refuses to detect the TV cards, when two TV cards are installed.

I think I found the solution to the problem now finally – the problem appears when the loading order of the driver modules are mixed up, so that Card1, which normally is linked to /dev/video0 is linked to /dev/video1 and vice versa for Card2 – that seems to confuse mythtv.

So, the trick is to define in mythbuntu (or Ubuntu+mythtv), that it should load Card1 before Card2 so that the corresponding linking to the video-devs is done correctly.

As Ubuntu uses udev, which is not really easy, I just did the old dirty trick:
1) blacklist both TV card modules (in my case: ivtv and bttv):

sudo vi /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist

and add :

blacklist ivtv
blacklist bttv

2) Load the modules in your desired order:

sudo vi /etc/modules

and add:

ivtv
bttv

That’s it – I hope it finally really works and will test it in the next days.

UPDATED2: Quick tip: Asus A8V-VM SE and mythtv

March 2, 2009 1 comment

I am running Mythbuntu 8.10 on my Asus A8V-VM SE with a Athlon 64 3200+ and faced severe problems. The most annoying one was the problem, that mythtv periodically wasn’t able to detect the tuner cards, although they were detected by the kernel and were configured correctly.

I tried several tips like moving the daemon call of mythtv-backend in /etc/rc5.d to a later position, from S25mythtv-backend to S99mythtv-backend – this didn’t really help. Until I finally got a setup, which works now in most cases or let’s say, nearly with all bootups.

So to help you preventing one or another headache, this is my setup wich works now really well:

In the Asus BIOS, you have to disable:
APIC
ACPI 2.0 support

and in Ubuntu, you have to add

noapic

in /boot/grub/menu.lst, so that it looks like this:


kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.27-11-generic root=UUID=xyz ro locale=de_DE quiet noapic

The next article I am planning will describe how to setup mythwelcome and acpi wakeup with Mythbuntu 8.10 on the crappy Asus A8V-VM SE – stay tuned.

Update:
I recently posted exactly here another socalled dirty tip, which should solve the problem – but as I have faced the same problem today again, that mythtv sometimes just refuses to detect the cards, I deleted it. But I think (and hope) I found the real deal today, the problem, why mythtv sometimes just doesn’t detect the cards, although the kernel detects it correctly.

The solution is posted in another post here:
Link

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