16.04 – The Synaptic Touchpad is not recognized at boot time, but only after a reboot

I recently installed Ubuntu 16.04 on my Lenovo Twist. However, the touchpad does not work when I boot the computer for the first time after shutting down the computer. After restarting the computer, the touchpad will work. How can I get the touchpad to work when I boot Ubuntu? Do I have to configure something in the BIOS?

For clarification, when I run xinput At startup / boot I do not see the SynPS / 2 Synaptics TouchPad and the TPPS / 2 IBM TrackPoint. When I restart my computer (not at shutdown), xinput shows both.

I uninstalled the Synaptics driver, which did not lead to a touchpad behavior even after a reboot. So I reinstalled it, which then caused the above behavior again.

I changed the grub file several times under the line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT =, without Fix:

  • calm splash i8042.nopnp
  • i8042.reset softly splash
  • quiet splash i8042.kbdreset = 1 i8042.nomux = 1 i8042.reset
  • quiet splash i8042.kbdreset = 1
  • quiet spraying i8042.reset i8042.nomux = 1
  • calm splash i8042.reset
  • quiet spraying i8042.nomux i8042.reset = 1
  • calm splash i8042.nomux
  • quietly squirt i8042.reset i8042.nomux i8042.nopnp i8042.noloop
  • i8042.nomux = 1 locale = fr_FR i8042.reset

I blacklisted i2c_hid and commented out i2c_i801 from /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf with no results.

I followed the instructions of the following links to no avail:

  1. Dell Inspiron 3551 touchpad does not respond
  2. Touchpad does not work after Suspend Ubuntu 16.04
  3. Touchpad under 16.04 does not work
  4. The touchpad does not work at startup, but at reboot
  5. Problems with the touchpad / keyboard
  6. The touchpad is not recognized

Suggestions would be very grateful.

Is there an updated solution for Avidemux on Ubuntu 16.04?

I've seen this answer – lead me to a reliable subtitling software that also encodes subtitles, but the getdeb links seem to be broken or gone.

I've also tried the appImage file for Linux here – Download the latest version of Avidemux, which can not be run at all.

Also no results in the search for Ubuntu packages.

Is there currently an available solution to do this on 16.04?

16.04 – Can I somehow print the hostname in the email with the output?

I use at the to execute some commands. The issue will be sent to the e-mail address in $ HOME / .more, But the problem is that nowhere in the email that is sent is specified which host had the problem (I have three hosts, dev, stage and prod).

I could print the hostname at the beginning of every job I work with at thebut that would cause at the to send an e-mail, even if the actual command has no output.

Is there a way to configure the path? at the Send e-mail? Maybe configure the subject line? Or the From Header?

16.04 – PhotoScape application can not be started

I have been using Photoscape for a few weeks now and suddenly I click on the app to open it. It will appear in the activity bar with a load circle and then disappear. I reinstalled it several times and tried to run Terminal to open it, and nothing works.
When I put photoscape in the terminal, the following is displayed

+ TITLE = Photoscape
+ INSTALL_NOTICE = & Photoscape will start, this may take a few minutes. & # 39;
+ START_NOTICE = & Photoscape will start, this may take a minute. & # 39;
+ WINE_ARGS = & # 39; – SkipBuildPatchPrereq -OpenGL -no-cef-Sandbox & # 39;
+ & # 39;[‘ -n ‘/home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/PhotoScape/PhotoScape.exe’ ‘]& # 39;
+ WINE_EXE = & # 39; / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .wine / drive_c / Applications / PhotoScape / PhotoScape.exe & # 39;
++ dirname & # 39; /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.wine/drive_c/Program Files / PhotoScape / PhotoScape.exe & # 39;
+ WINE_DIR = & # 39; / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .wine / drive_c / Program Files / PhotoScape & # 39;
+ & # 39;[‘ -n ” ‘]& # 39;
+ & # 39;[‘ -n /snap/photoscape/6/snap/installer/PhotoScapeSetup_V3.7.exe ‘]& # 39;
++ basename /snap/photoscape/6/snap/installer/PhotoScapeSetup_V3.7.exe
+ INSTALL_EXE = PhotoScapeSetup_V3.7.exe
++ echo / snap / photoscape / 6
++ sed -es | / var / lib / snapd || g & # 39;
+ SNAP = / snap / photoscape / 6
+ export GTK_MODULES =
+ GTK_MODULES =
+ export WINEARCH = win32
+ WINEARCH = win32
+ & # 39;[‘ win32 == win32 ‘]& # 39;
+ ARCH = i386-linux-gnu
+ & # 39;[‘ -n ‘mscoree,mshtml=;gdiplus=n,b’ ‘]& # 39;
+ export & # 39; WINEDLLOVERRIDES = mscoree, mshtml =; gdiplus = n, b & # 39;
+ WINEDLLOVERRIDES = & # 39; mscoree, mshtml =; gdiplus = n, b & # 39;
+ export WINEVERPATH = / snap / photoscape / 6
+ WINEVERPATH = / snap / photoscape / 6
+ export WINESERVER = / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / wineserver
+ WINESERVER = / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / wineserver
+ WINELOADER = / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / wine export
+ WINELOADER = / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / wine
+ WINETRICKS = / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / winetricks export
+ WINETRICKS = / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / winetricks
+ winepath = / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / winepath export
+ winepath = / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / winepath
+ export WINEDLLPATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / wine / fakedlls
+ WINEDLLPATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / wine / fakedlls
+ export WINEPREFIX = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .wine
+ WINEPREFIX = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .wine
+ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa
+ LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386 -linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-DE: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa
+ export XKB_CONFIG_ROOT = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share / X11 / xkb
+ XKB_CONFIG_ROOT = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share / X11 / xkb
+ export XLOCALEDIR = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share / X11 / locale
+ XLOCALEDIR = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share / X11 / locale
+ export XCURSOR_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share / icons
+ XCURSOR_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share / icons
+ append_dir LD_LIBRARY_PATH / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba
+ local var = LD_LIBRARY_PATH
+ local directory = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /snap/photoscape/6/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/samba ‘]& # 39;
+ eval # export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = "$ {LD_LIBRARY_PATH: + $ LD_LIBRARY_PATH:} $ dir" & # 39;
++ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap /photoscape/6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba
++ LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba
+ append_dir LD_LIBRARY_PATH / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa
+ local var = LD_LIBRARY_PATH
+ local directory = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /snap/photoscape/6/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/mesa ‘]& # 39;
+ eval # export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = "$ {LD_LIBRARY_PATH: + $ LD_LIBRARY_PATH:} $ dir" & # 39;
++ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap /photoscape/6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa
++ LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa
+ append_dir LD_LIBRARY_PATH / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-egl
+ local var = LD_LIBRARY_PATH
+ local directory = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-egl
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /snap/photoscape/6/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/mesa-egl ‘]& # 39;
+ eval # export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = "$ {LD_LIBRARY_PATH: + $ LD_LIBRARY_PATH:} $ dir" & # 39;
++ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap /photoscape/6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386- linux-gnu / mesa-egl
++ LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux -gnu / mesa-egl
+ export LIBGL_DRIVERS_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / dri
+ LIBGL_DRIVERS_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / dri
+ append_dir LD_LIBRARY_PATH / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / dri
+ local var = LD_LIBRARY_PATH
+ local directory = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / dri
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /snap/photoscape/6/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/dri ‘]& # 39;
+ eval # export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = "$ {LD_LIBRARY_PATH: + $ LD_LIBRARY_PATH:} $ dir" & # 39;
++ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap /photoscape/6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386- linux-gnu / mesa-egl: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / dri
++ LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux -gnu / mesa-egl: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / dri
+ append_dir LD_LIBRARY_PATH / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl
+ local var = LD_LIBRARY_PATH
+ local directory = / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /var/lib/snapd/lib/gl ‘]& # 39;
+ eval # export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = "$ {LD_LIBRARY_PATH: + $ LD_LIBRARY_PATH:} $ dir" & # 39;
++ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap /photoscape/6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386- linux-gnu / mesa-eng: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / dri: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl
++ LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux -gnu / mesa-egl: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / dri: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl
+ append_dir LD_LIBRARY_PATH / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / pulseaudio
+ local var = LD_LIBRARY_PATH
+ local directory = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / pulseaudio
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /snap/photoscape/6/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/pulseaudio ‘]& # 39;
+ eval # export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = "$ {LD_LIBRARY_PATH: + $ LD_LIBRARY_PATH:} $ dir" & # 39;
++ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386 – linux-gnu / mesa-eng: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / dri: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386 -linux-gnu / pulseaudio
++ LD_LIBRARY_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl32: / var / lib / snapd / void :: / snap / photoscape / 6 / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa-en: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / samba: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / mesa: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux -gnu / mesa-egl: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / dri: / var / lib / snapd / lib / gl: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386- Linux gnu / pulseaudio
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /var/lib/snapd/lib/glvnd/egl_vendor.d ‘]& # 39;
+ export GST_PLUGIN_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / gstreamer-1.0
+ GST_PLUGIN_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / gstreamer-1.0
+ export GST_PLUGIN_SYSTEM_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / gstreamer-1.0
+ GST_PLUGIN_SYSTEM_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / gstreamer-1.0
+ export GST_PLUGIN_SCANNER = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / gstreamer1.0 / gstreamer-1.0 / gst-plugin-scanner
+ GST_PLUGIN_SCANNER = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / gstreamer1.0 / gstreamer-1.0 / gst-plugin-scanner
+ prepend_dir XDG_CONFIG_DIRS / snap / photoscape / 6 / etc / xdg
+ local var = XDG_CONFIG_DIRS
+ local directory = / snap / photoscape / 6 / etc / xdg
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /snap/photoscape/6/etc/xdg ‘]& # 39;
+ prepend_dir XDG_DATA_DIRS / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share
+ local var = XDG_DATA_DIRS
+ local dir = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /snap/photoscape/6/usr/share ‘]& # 39;
+ eval # export XDG_DATA_DIRS = "$ dir $ {XDG_DATA_DIRS: +: $ XDG_DATA_DIRS}" "
++ export XDG_DATA_DIRS = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share: / usr / share / ubuntu: / usr / local / share: / usr / share: / var / lib / snapd / desktop: / var / lib / snapd / desktop
++ XDG_DATA_DIRS = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share: / usr / share / ubuntu: / usr / local / share: / usr / share: / var / lib / snapd / desktop: / var / lib / snapd / desktop
+ prepend_dir XDG_DATA_DIRS / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common
+ local var = XDG_DATA_DIRS
+ local dir = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common ‘]& # 39;
+ eval # export XDG_DATA_DIRS = "$ dir $ {XDG_DATA_DIRS: +: $ XDG_DATA_DIRS}" "
++ export XDG_DATA_DIRS = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / general: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share: / usr / share / ubuntu: / usr / local / share: / usr / share: / var / lib / snapd / desktop: / var / lib / snapd / desktop
++ XDG_DATA_DIRS = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / general: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share: / usr / share / ubuntu: / usr / local / share: / usr / share: / var / lib / snapd / desktop: / var / lib / snapd / desktop
++ getent passwd 1000
++ cut -d: -f 6
+ export HOME = / home / helen
+ HOME = / home / helen
+ export XDG_DATA_HOME = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .local / share
+ XDG_DATA_HOME = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .local / share
+ mkdir -p /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.local/share
+ prepend_dir XDG_DATA_DIRS /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.local/share
+ local var = XDG_DATA_DIRS
+ local dir = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .local / share
+ & # 39;[‘ -d /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.local/share ‘]& # 39;
+ eval # export XDG_DATA_DIRS = "$ dir $ {XDG_DATA_DIRS: +: $ XDG_DATA_DIRS}" "
++ export XDG_DATA_DIRS = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .local / share: / home / helen / snap / photoscape / general: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share: / usr / share / ubuntu: / usr / local / share: / usr / share: / var / lib / snapd / desktop: / var / lib / snapd / desktop
++ XDG_DATA_DIRS = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .local / share: / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common: / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / share: / usr / share / ubuntu: / usr / local / share: / usr / share: / var / lib / snapd / desktop: / var / lib / snapd / desktop
+ export XDG_CACHE_HOME = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .cache
+ XDG_CACHE_HOME = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .cache
+ mkdir -p /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.cache
+ export XDG_CONFIG_HOME = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .config
+ XDG_CONFIG_HOME = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .config
+ mkdir -p /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.config
+ & # 39;[‘ -n /run/user/1000/snap.photoscape ‘]& # 39;
+ mkdir -p /run/user/1000/snap.photoscape -m 700
+ & # 39;[‘ -n /run/user/1000/snap.photoscape ‘]& # 39;
+ pulsative = impulsive / native
+ pulseaudio_sockpath = / run / user / 1000 / snap.photoscape /../ pulse / native
+ & # 39;[‘ -S /run/user/1000/snap.photoscape/../pulse/native ‘]& # 39;
+ export PULSE_SERVER = Unix: /run/user/1000/snap.photoscape /../ pulse / native
+ PULSE_SERVER = Unix: /run/user/1000/snap.photoscape /../ pulse / native
+ export FONTCONFIG_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / etc / fonts / conf.d
+ FONTCONFIG_PATH = / snap / photoscape / 6 / etc / fonts / conf.d
+ export GDK_PIXBUF_MODULE_FILE = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .cache / gdk-pixbuf-loaders.cache
+ GDK_PIXBUF_MODULE_FILE = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .cache / gdk-pixbuf-loaders.cache
+ export GDK_PIXBUF_MODULEDIR = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / gdk-pixbuf-2.0 / 2.10.0 / loader
+ GDK_PIXBUF_MODULEDIR = / snap / photoscape / 6 / usr / lib / i386-linux-gnu / gdk-pixbuf-2.0 / 2.10.0 / loader
+ & # 39;[‘ -f /snap/photoscape/6/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/gdk-pixbuf-2.0/gdk-pixbuf-query-loaders ‘]& # 39;
+ & # 39;[‘ ‘!’ -f /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.cache/gdk-pixbuf-loaders.cache ‘]& # 39;
+ & # 39;[‘ -f /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.wine/.update-timestamp ‘]& # 39;
+ & # 39;[‘ ‘!’ -f /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.cache/winetricks/track_usage ‘]& # 39;
+[[/Home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/programfiles/PhotoCape/PhotoScapeexe=[[/Home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/ProgramFiles/PhotoCape/PhotoScapeexe=[[/home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/Programmdateien/PhotoScape/PhotoScapeexe=[[/home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/ProgramFiles/PhotoScape/PhotoScapeexe= w n e c f g ]]+[[/Home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/programfiles/PhotoCape/PhotoScapeexe=[[/Home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/ProgramFiles/PhotoCape/PhotoScapeexe=[[/home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/Programmdateien/PhotoScape/PhotoScapeexe=[[/home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/ProgramFiles/PhotoScape/PhotoScapeexe= w n e b o t ]]+[[/Home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/programfiles/PhotoCape/PhotoScapeexe=[[/Home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/ProgramFiles/PhotoCape/PhotoScapeexe=[[/home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/Programmdateien/PhotoScape/PhotoScapeexe=[[/home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/wine/drive_c/ProgramFiles/PhotoScape/PhotoScapeexe= w n e t r c k s ]]+ & # 39;[‘ ‘!’ -e ‘/home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/PhotoScape/PhotoScape.exe’ ‘]& # 39;
+ notify-send –icon /snap/photoscape/6/meta/gui/photoscape.png –expire-time = 15000 Photoscape & Photoscape launches, this may take a few minutes. & # 39;
/ snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / sommelier: Line 240: 9832 Segmentation error (core dump) notify-send –icon "$ {SNAP} /meta/gui/photoscape.png" –expire-time = 15000 "$ {TITLE } "" $ {INSTALL_NOTICE} "
+ tea / dev / stderr
+ install_app
+ echo & # 39; installation of the application. & # 39;
+ yad –progress –width 350 –pulsate –text & # 39; Installing the application may take several minutes. & # 39; –title & # 39; install application & # 39; –auto-close
+ & # 39;[‘ -n ‘fontsmooth=rgb gdiplus vcrun2008’ ‘]& # 39;
+ echo & # 39; #install additional packages and configure Wine. & # 39;
+ for TRICK in & # 39; $ {TRICKS} & # 39;
+ env WINEARCH = win32 WINEPREFIX = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .wine / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / winetricks –gui –unattended fontsmooth = rgb

Segmentation error (core dump)
Segmentation error (core dump)
+ for TRICK in & # 39; $ {TRICKS} & # 39;
+ env WINEARCH = win32 WINEPREFIX = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .wine / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / winetricks –gui –unattended gdiplus
Segmentation error (core dump)
+ for TRICK in & # 39; $ {TRICKS} & # 39;
+ env WINEARCH = win32 WINEPREFIX = / home / helen / snap / photoscape / common / .wine / snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / winetricks –gui –unattended vcrun2008
Segmentation error (core dump)
+ & # 39;[‘ -n ” ‘]& # 39;
+ & # 39;[‘ -n /snap/photoscape/6/snap/installer/PhotoScapeSetup_V3.7.exe ‘]& # 39;
+ echo #Copying the installer. & # 39;
/ snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / sommelier: Line 240: 9834 Defective pipe install_app
9835 | tea / dev / stderr
9836 Segmentation error (core dump) | yad –progress –width 350 –pulsate –text "Installing the application may take several minutes." –title "Install application" –auto-close
+ launch_app
+ cd & # 39; /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.wine/drive_c/programfiles / PhotoScape & # 39;
/ snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / sommelier: Line 44: cd: /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.wine/drive_c/Program Files / PhotoScape: No such file or directory
+ & # 39;[‘ x11 == x11 ‘]& # 39;
+ & # 39;[‘ ” == 1 ‘]& # 39;
+ env WINEARCH = win32 WINEPREFIX = /home/helen/nap/photoscape/common/wine/ snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / wine & # 39; /home/helen/snap/photoscape/common/.wine/drive_c/ Program Files / PhotoScape / PhotoScape.exe & # 39; & # 39; -SkipBuildPatchPrereq -OpenGL -no-cef-sandbox & # 39;
/ snap / photoscape / 6 / bin / sommelier: Line 42: 9886 Segmentation error (core dump) env WINEARCH = "$ {WINEARCH}" WINEPREFIX = "$ {WINEPREFIX}" "$ {WINELOADER}" "$ {WINE_EXE}" "$ {WINE_ARGS} "$ @

What I do not understand is that I have already installed it from Ubuntu Software.

Kernel – Problems with the Ubuntu Lenovo X1 Carbon 16.04 Trackpad

I'm using an Ubuntu 16.04 on a Lenovo X1 Carbon 5th Gen. I recently updated my kernel to 4.15-0.46 and have no problem with my trackpad. When I start the computer everything works fine until I close the lid or stop the computer. After that, clicking and dragging on the trackpad is extremely slow and stops responding. All other mouse functions such as 2-finger scrolling and the track pointer are perfectly fine.

My current work is to simply restart the mouse driver

sudo modprobe -r psmouse
Sudo Modprobe Psmouse

This is a temporary solution given here. I had hoped that someone could point to a lasting solution. I have not had this problem in any other previous kernel.

Driver – Fix Ubuntu 16.04 error: "The system is running in graphics mode"

In an attempt to set up an external monitor, I messed up my Ubuntu 16.04 Dell laptop. Seems like I've messed up the video drivers, and now I'm running on the "The system is running in graphics mode" screen, with no option to continue after booting.

I can only execute commands from a terminal by pressing CTRL + ALT + F1.

Output of the command lspci says VGA-compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices. Inc [AMD/ATI] Mars [Radeon HD 8730] (rev ff)

I have tried the following:

  • I tried to fix the problem by following this step-by-step guide. No luck. In particular, sudo apt-get install fglrx do not give such a package.
  • I have also followed the official guidelines of AMD. Again, no luck. No noticeable errors as such. However, the error message "The system is running in graphics mode" still exists after the restart.
  • As a last resort, I tried to update to 18.04 LTS via a bootable flash USB. Unfortunately, there is no option to upgrade, and only the installation next to or Delete / Reinstall is displayed.

I've spent almost 8 hours debugging now, and all my attempts are useless and redundant. Any help that would steer me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. What am I missing in principle?

Ubuntu 16.04 apt failed: SECURITY: URL redirect target contains control characters that reject

everything

I have a problem with "sudo apt update"

SECURITY: URL forwarding destination contains control characters that reject.

So I tried it:

sudo apt update -o Purchase :: http :: AllowRedirect = false

sudo apt upgrade -o Purchase :: http :: AllowRedirect = false

apt update && apt-get install apt

And also my apt to upgrade to version 1.2.29ubuntu0.1, but it does not work

I would like to ask how can I solve this problem. I can not install a package with apt

Many thanks!

RTL8814 driver 16.04 is almost here

I have a tp-link ac1900 archer T9UH wireless adapter that I want to use on my 16.04-lts computer. The box for the tp-link is: Linux (kernel 2.6.18-4.4.6) However, this means that you need to find a zip file on the tp-link website containing the code and instructions for "building" the driver and contains it install.
And then everything went wrong.
The instructions are straightforward:

Use Terminal to change to the driver directory and run the following commands to compile the driver.

Make $ clean

make $

After compiling, you will see that a name of the file chip.ko is stored in the directory of
Driver.
Here we show as an example the wireless driver charging 88x2bu.ko. Run the following command to load the driver.

$ sudo cp 88x2bu.ko / lib / modules /[kernelversion]/ kernel / drivers / net / wireless / #[kernel
version] is the directory name of the kernel version
$ sudo depmod -a
$ sudo modprobe 88x2bu.ko

Or load the driver directly with insmod.

$ sudo insmod 88x2bu.ko

The command sudo modprobe generates this output:
modprobe: FATAL: The module 8814au.ko was not found in the directory /lib/modules/4.4.0-142-generic

I then tried 3 different variations on this topic that I found on this page, all with similar results

The last one I tried is this: I am trying to reinstall rtl8814au drivers, which are quite new in Linux

especially these commands:

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install git dkms

Git clone https://github.com/sbosshardt/rtl8814AU.git

cd rtl8814AU

Sudo ./dkms-install.sh

Unfortunately, no wireless adapter works, but now I have the following:

SPH @ SKYBOL: ~ / Desktop / driver3 / rtl8814AU $ sudo ./dkms-install.sh
Do Dkms installation steps …

Symlink /var/lib/dkms/rtl8814AU/4.3.21/source -> create
/usr/src/rtl8814AU-4.3.21

DKMS: Add completed.

Kernel preparation is not required for this kernel. Skip …

Building module:
clean the building area ….
& # 39; & # 39 make; ………………….
Signature Module:
– /var/lib/dkms/rtl8814AU/4.3.21/4.4.0-142-generic/x86_64/modules/8814au.ko
Safe Boot is not enabled on this system.
clean the building area ….

DKMS: Build completed.

8814au:
Run the medical exam of the module version.
Error! Module version v4.3.21_17997.20160531 for 8814au.ko
is not newer than what is already found in Kernel 4.4.0-142-generic (v4.3.21_xxxx.20171031_beta).
You can override them by specifying –force.

depmod ….

DKMS: Installation completed.
Complete the installation steps for dkms completed.
SPH @ SKYBOL: ~ / Desktop / driver3 / rtl8814AU $

And if I do it:
SPH @ SKYBOL: ~ $ dkms status
rtl8814AU, 4.3.21, 4.4.0-142-generic, x86_64: installed (WARNING! diff between installed and installed module!)
virtualbox, 5.1.38, 4.4.0-142-generic, x86_64: installed

This looks like this:
Install the driver rtl8814AU on Ubuntu 16.04

I am not sure how to proceed. How do I apply the force indicated in the error message? If so, where do I use it?
I'm also not sure how "dirty" my system has become. For example, I do not know if "make" overwrites an older version of a driver with a specific name or not. Are there any files left lying around in previous attempts that hinder new attempts to install the correct driver?

linux – Connection lock on syntax error Postgresql 9.5 on Ubuntu 16.04 server

I have Postgresql 9.5 on my server with mostly default configuration.

Whenever I connect to the server through localhost or 127.0.0.1, postgres can not return the error, be it a simple or complex syntax error, and the connection will be maintained forever. This is done using our Kotlin API, which is connected to the database via JDBC, as well as using PgAdmin 4, which is connected via an SSH tunnel. The attempted query is displayed in the logs, and the log even displays the error message. However, the program can not register that an error has occurred and the connection will not be terminated. Also bypasses the setting tcp_keepalive_time.

If I put the same query directly on the server with the psql command, I'll just get the error message and continue with my business. I have a PHP API that has been using the same Postgres server for some time. This API receives error messages but is connected through a Unix socket.

I've been through pg_hba.conf, postgres.conf, pg_ident.conf, pg_ctl.conf, and start.conf many times, and it seems like there's no setting that would prevent the error from passing. Is there a configuration that prevents errors from being sent to the instigator of a query, or other settings that might have this effect?