I think it's a feature, not a bug.
I think no matter what you have everything set to in the BIOS, it will still give power to the keyboard when the computer is off for the 'Power On by..." features. In my experience, most recent computers (P3 and up) do this.
So basically, if I don't follow all of that criteria, it will get uploaded as a low quality video?
BTW, here's one I uploaded:
The converted fiel I upload is crystal clear at 640x480, but it's mono, would that effect the outcome? When I add the fmt=18...
I recently bought a new digital camera (Camera A590 IS on special for $130 CDN at FS, couldn't refuse). The video quality on this thing is great. Perhaps not the best, but kicks the shit out of my old camera.
Now, I'm also a bit of a Transit Enthusiast (Call me weird, won't be the first time...
Eh, I think I figured it out.
I took the CPU out, and it seems to get a bigger jolt of power, so I'm thinking that the PSU seems to have lost capability to deliver anything beyond standby power. Not sure why the other one isn't working though. Mind you, it is an older 250W, but it has the...
So, I recently got a new (used) motherboard to replace my dying Chaintech. Now, I'm trying to get an Asus P4S333 working, and it won't power on. All it will do when I hit the switch is slightly move the fans, and nothing else. I'm running with nothing but the CPU, and the P4 connector is...
I've tried your second solution, setting the ownership on the XML files that control the desktop to the admin account (not root), and doing a chmod 755... crap.. should that be 744?
Anyway, XFCE seems to change the ownership to the student account when you make changes, making changing...
So, basically what I'm trying to do is create a Linux image that has just a connection to the terminal server, and an icon to shut down the computer. Nothing more, nothing less.
Because a lot of these systems are older (PII-350 is the lowest, with one oddball Celeron 366), I've chosen to use...
So, here's the story:
I set up a computer with a dual-NIC configuration to share the internet connection among other computers.
What I had done, was set up the internet connection on the new card, and have the onboard NIC as the output. BTW, what I had done was set the static IP to...
Now, I have Arch Linux set up so that it automatically logs in as 'user' and starts XFCE.
However, I set up a respawn in /etc/inittab to load startxfce4. The problem is, is that when it respawns after logging out, it loads it as root.
What is the proper way to respawn XFCE as user?
Ok, so I'm trying to follow this guide: http://www.sislands.com/coin70/week5/onChange.htm
The problem I'm having is that it only populates the listbox with the first letter of the array name. If I alert the variable used to do an eval(Monitor), it will alert me with Monitor, and the lsitbox...
Ok, another thing I need to know. I found a page, lost it, and haven't been able to find it since.
How would you go about changing the values of another listbox when something in the main listbox is selected?
If Opt1 is selected:
If Opt2 is...
Ok, it's kinda working, now I got all sorts of other errors to fix :P Now I have to figure out how to change the PHP Script so it only uses specific values depending on what's selected. Should be able to that with if/then statement, right?
Edit: Ok, at this point, I got it all figured out.
Ok, it doesn't work on IE7, but it works on Firefox. You'd think a browser coming from a company like Microsoft would support. I'll fix that later.
Anyway, The alert says that MyVal is registering as whatever I select in the textbox, so that means the problem is in when it goes from JS to...
I'm guessing you mean from the select boxes? No problem.
<br>Select Item Type:</br>
<select id="tablelist" name="tablelist" onchange="tablechange()">
<option onclick="pc()" value="PC">PC</option>
<option onclick="monitor()" value="monitor">Monitor</option>
It's still getting a null value.
I know on the code itself, there are things that are supposed to be replaced to fit my code, but for the function() part, is that supposed to be replaced as well? Why wouldn't you use a "function functionname()" in this case?
Ok, now that I've gotten sleep of some sort...
The main listbox (which is in its own form) has 6 or 7 entries, each with an onClick whatchamacallit and a value assigned to it. The values are the names of the various tables in my database. In the PHP scripts. Now, say I'm using the 'list all'...
As I [think] I have mentioned, there are several actions on this page. One form adds a record to the MySQL database, one form finds a specific record, etc. I'm sure there's a way to do it on a single form, but I went with multiple forms, instead.
Well, because the listbox that has the values...
Well, the problem is, is that I have multiple forms on this page, each to do a different action. Ex. One form to add a record into the database, one form to list them, etc. If I use the $_GET or $_POST commands, it doesn't see the listbox because it's on a separate form, so the result is that...
So, what I'm trying to do is use a master listbox to tell a PHP script what table in an SQL database to access. However, I have three or four different forms on the page.
Here's my understanding of how to do this:
My knowledge of PHP is pretty limited, and I can't seem to find anything on Google (I suck at that, lately)
Another detail I forgot to mention: I have a login script at the start of the page, and that's working properly, so I don't think it's PHP's connection to MySQL (Though, I wouldn't...
So, here's the story:
Last night, after doing an apt-get dist-upgrade (Ubuntu 6.10 > 7.10), the update didn't take, which forced me to copy everything over to another machine and redo it.
Now, I can access the database from the MySQL shell alright, but any of the PHP scripts cannot access it...