Touchpad inactive after gestures configuration

I wanted to activate additional gestures on my Dell Vostro laptop, but I did worse than better because my touchpad no longer works at all.
It’s a PS / 2 Generic Mouse but I don’t know if it should use the Synaptics or Libinput drivers.
I tried to uninstall one or the other, I even lost my keyboard, which I found since phew! But the touchpad could not find it.
I’m on Ubunutu 20.04

Set menu position why theme inactive

I need to switch a theme to it’s copy with some modifications, but when I do so, the position of the menus need to be selected again. There must be a way to set this in tha database while the theme is inactive, so that switching a theme is smooth.

connectivity: keep connecting to an inactive instance in 18c when trying to connect to the database

I installed the Oracle 18c database yesterday and installed the Oracle Express v20.1 application. Everything was perfect and I was able to work on the apex as well. Then I turned off the computer and today I cannot connect to the database. Yesterday when I connect to the database I received "Connected" but now I am still "Connected to an inactive instance". When I order "start" I received the errors shown below,

ORA-00838: Specified value of MEMORY_TARGET is too small, needs to be at least 3256M
ORA-01078: failure in processing system parameters

Environment: Windows 10 Pro x64, 8GB RAM, AMD R5 1600 processor, installed on Samsung PM961 256GB NVMe

usability – Default filter status: active vs. inactive?

Consider the following scenario:

  1. The user accesses the search page of a restaurant in an application.
  2. He / she enters some information, then clicks "Filter results"
  3. There he / she finds the possibility of filtering by price level.

What would you say is the best default state? A or yes? And because?

Of course, by default all results must be visible, without selection. But what does this look like?

  • A: All price ranges are visually "active / activated"
  • yes: All price ranges are visually "inactive / deactivated"

Most of the sites I looked at, I chose yes (Tripadvisor, Yelp, …)

But i would argue A would actually make more sense as yes it has the following inconsistency:

  • When everyone of the options are active I see everyone The results.
  • When one of the options is active, I only see that one Outcome.
  • When none of the options is active, I still see everyone The results.

The screen on the right would be what a user sees when they deactivate the third chip (when it comes from A) or activate the first two chips (when it comes from B).

dnd 5e – Can Yuan-Ti be inactive?

I know snakes can remain dormant in winter, and I was wondering if Yuan-Ti could remain dormant, say if there was a cave and the area around it was getting cold or if they had nothing to do and had no access to food.

I wanted to use it in my campaign, and I was wondering if it was possible.
Thank you very much.

YouTube removed my inactive channel. I lost the source computer, forgot the linked email accounts. Can I recover the videos?

About 10 years ago, I uploaded some family videos to this channel, and I used to go back to these videos and watch them out of nostalgia. The computer they were on is broken, and I lost it a couple of years ago. I have multiple old and new email accounts, and I have no idea what the email credentials for this account were. I had not logged in for several years due to this. I couldn't find the channel or any of the videos today, and I suspect it was part of one of the inactive account purges. I've already tried the Wayback Machine to retrieve the videos that were on the channel, but it doesn't have the channel registered at all. Should I try to contact YouTube directly or are there alternative methods I can try? Is there anything I can do? The channel is the only known source for these videos, and I really want to get them back.

networking – Ubuntu 18.04 Bluetooth Inactive (dead)

I have an ubuntu 18.04 that has an "ASUS PCE-AC55BT B1 AC1200 Wireless Bluetooth 4.2 PCIe / Mpcie Adapter". The wifi and bluetooth worked fine for a couple of months, but recently the bluetooth has been broken (wifi still works).

I am pretty sure that I have tried all the results on the first 3 pages of Google when looking for this problem, but I can't understand why bluetooth doesn't work. I have spent over 8 hours trying to fix this annoying problem, so I would be very grateful if someone can help.

Here is more information and things I've tried.

I have a dual-boot PC (Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04). The bluetooth doesn't work either and the wifi works on both. This makes me think that there is something wrong at a very low level (hardware drivers or BIOS).

I've even tried buying a replacement for my old wifi / bluetooth adapter of the same model because I thought maybe the bluetooth was broken for some reason. The new one also has the same problem. I have tried moving the card to a different pci slot with no luck. This means that the hardware is not broken.

The problem seems to be in the fact that no Bluetooth adapter is detected. When I make the rfkill list, I only see wireless LAN, but not bluetooth.

0: phy0: Wireless LAN
    Soft blocked: no
    Hard blocked: no

When I run systemctl status bluetooth, I get

bluetooth.service - Bluetooth service
Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/bluetooth.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: inactive (dead)
 Docs: man:bluetoothd(8)

I have also confirmed that I have the latest versions of bluez, bluetooth and bluez-tools.

When I try to run Bluetooth Manager, I get an error

Bluez daemon is not running, blueman-manager cannot continue. This probably means that there were no Bluetooth adapters detected or Bluetooth daemon was not started.

I tried to start the bluetooth daemon with both lines, but systemctl status bluetooth still shows bluetooth as inactive (dead) after these commands.

sudo service bluetooth restart
sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth start
( ok ) Starting bluetooth (via systemctl): bluetooth.service.

Honestly I'm not even sure what to try as nothing seems to work. The weirdest part for me is that the bluetooth worked fine for a couple of months and then it stopped working. The only thing I remember changing was setting acpi = force in / etc / default / grub, but I removed it later when I discovered that bluetooth was not working. I'm not sure if this is correlated since I didn't try bluetooth just before / after.

Inactive Cisco 4200 WLC Management Ports

Hope this is a simple problem, but I can't seem to figure out what's wrong.

I reviewed the CLI settings for my Cisco 4200 WLC and configured the management interface and the ap-manager interface to be on my LAN. Check the settings through the web GUI and everything seems correct. The thing is, I connected the WLC to a switch with a clean configuration and connected the switch to my LAN. Nothing. The web client still says that the status of both ports is "link down" and that there are no lights on the device to indicate otherwise.

The RJ-45 adapter (model GLC-T) connected to the management port I am using is functional: I tried it in an open place on the switch. So that is not the problem.

Full disclosure, I got the WLC on eBay a while back and now I'm starting to figure it out. So I'm not sure if there is a problem with the device or not, but it seems to work normally otherwise.

Any ideas?

Ubuntu installation fails. Channel 1 DRM Inactive Error

I am trying to install the latest Ubuntu 64 bit on my laptop to use as my primary operating system.

I flashed it on my USB stick (formatted FAT32 with GUID partition) with Etcher

At first I got to the ubuntu loading screen and my PC turned off

I turned off the fast boot and now that happened, but it freezes here:

My laptop is an ASUS ROG GL553V

Since Ubuntu is supposed to be an operating system made for consumers, I'm surprised that it ever fails like this, compared to all the Windows installers I had that never failed

Anyway, I am determined to get it working, I would appreciate the help. Thank you!