Tag: linux

CyanogenMod com.android.phone crashing – an unlikely APN fix for the NullPointerException in the telephony stack

Currently, I have a T-Mobile branded Samsung Galaxy S4 (SGH-M919) and until this past weekend I was running CyanogenMod 11 (the M9 snapshot) on it. I was having one minor problem with it, and that was that all-too-often the artist and track information from my music stream would not be sent via Bluetooth. I hadn’t …

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Slock 1.2 background colour

In a previous post, I discussed the method for changing the background colour for slock 1.1. Now that slock 1.2 is out, and is in the Portage tree in Gentoo, the ‘savedconfig’ USE flag is a little different than it used to be. In 1.1, the ‘savedconfig’ USE flag would essentially copy the config.mk file …

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Linux – RHEL 6 / CentOS 6 two NICs in the same subnet, but secondary doesn’t ping

Recently I ran into a problem with RHEL 6 (and any derivatives, like CentOS 6 or Scientific Linux 6) where having two NICs (network interfaces) in the same subnet resulted in strange behaviour. In RHEL ≤5 (or CentOS ≤5), one could have two interfaces with IPs in the same subnet and there weren’t any problems …

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