After struggling to understand why my mouse would act erratically after putting my OQO to hibernate or suspend to RAM (s3), I finally came across this bug which suggested a problem when the wireless driver was loaded.
The fix was simple:
First ensure you have acpi-tools and swsusp installed:
sudo apt-get install acpi-support swsusp
Then edit /etc/default/acpi-support with this:
MODULES="ppp_async ath5k psmouse"
Well it's not very clear to me that you cannot simply take an OpenLDAP server database from server A and copy all the data to server B unless:both servers have the same architectureservers have at least 1G of RAMpermissions are accounted for in /var/lib/ldap as well as newer cn=config's directory /etc/ldap/slapd.dIt's perhaps easier to use slapcat to dump the content and re-import, than to try to tarball the whole directory and move it over.Lesson learned ;-)
Apparently crashing the new Firefox 4.0b4 is as simple as:Open Quicktime video on browserplaybammm!Now that was easy wasn't it?The problem should be fixed before Firefox 4 is released, especially since tabs are supposed to be running on separate processes and should not bring the whole browser down when there is a plugin crash.My suspicion is that Firefox allowed the Quicktime plugin to cross some memory boundary causing a segfault exception to be raised. Go figured... The bug was already reported using the Crash Reporter utility.