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  3. Heh! It'll be a long, long time before I see that kernel version in my Slackware. I'm sure it'll be all fixed up by then.
  4. I looked through the links and I do not see any mention of physically messing up the screens, just not booting properly. I may of missed it as it is still early.
  5. Interesting, thanks. Good thing arch is already on 5.19.14
  6. Linux kernel 5.19.12 contains some changes that could break the screen on laptops with Intel processors with an integrated GPU. The recently released kernel 5.19.13 has been corrected in this regard and no longer contains the code that caused it. https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/drm/intel/-/issues/7013 https://lore.kernel.org/regressions/87y1twkgem.fsf@mattli.us/T/#t
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  9. V.T. Eric Layton

    Mozilla Firefox Version 105.0.2 Released with Updates

    The mood was right.
  10. or badly hungover , https://www.pcworld.com/article/1340238/asrock-sabotages-its-own-motherboards-with-ram-slot-sticker.html
  11. You didn't waste any time with this update.
  12. V.T. Eric Layton

    Mozilla Firefox Version 105.0.2 Released with Updates

    YAY! Updated just now.
  13. Mozilla sent Firefox Version 105.0.2 to the release channel today. Fixed Fixed poor contrast on various menu items with certain themes on Linux systems (bug 1792063)Fixed the scrollbar appearing on the wrong side of select elements in right-to-left locales (bug 1791219)Fixed a possible deadlock when loading some sites in Troubleshoot Mode (bug 1786259)Fixed a bug causing some dynamic appearance changes to appear when expected (bug 1786521)Fixed a bug causing theme styling to not be properly applied to sidebars for some add-ons in Private Browsing Mode (bug 1787543) Release Notes
  14. Well, it's basically a book discussion thread here, but we don't want to have it morph into a political/economic discussion, as we here at Scot's don't care to tread in that area... but yes, I understand what you're saying, @Bookmem.
  15. If you read the Travis McGee novels, then you should know his best friend was a professor of economics. John D. wasn't just a good writer, he was also very astute. Rich people aren't stupid. The only reason they build where they know nature will destroy their property is because the govt provides "flood insurance" that no insurance co. would grant otherwise.
  16. Nope. Never read that one, but it looks like it could be directly from some of today's news stories... Condominium by John D. MacDonald | Goodreads
  17. Do you remember his book "Condominium"? Just looking at the Ian damage reminded me of his predictions about the danger of building on barrier islands and coastal regions.
  18. There is an issue (or more) with some printer drivers. You may have one of those.
  19. HA! Yes, he was a "colorful" writer.
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