I don't know how long it will take, but in the meantime Ubuntu could
ship the patch maintained by the Arch community:
It looks like this patch is kept up to date pretty well. There is a
I don't think it's true that an option is always good. I think software
should endeavour to have decent default options, and if multiple use
cases can be accommodated without an option, then that is preferable.
But you're right, a recursive search with ctrl-f vs typeahaed with
simple typing would
Has this been fixed upstream? Looking at the changelog, there has been a
related change, but I'm not sure if it resolves the issue yet, it now
says they're both executables.
python3.6: ELF 64-bit
Still present in 18.04
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Touch seeded packages, which is subscribed to avahi in Ubuntu.
avahi-daemon consumes 100% CPU time after a period of networked
This problem seems to be the same as in the following two Ubuntu
A temporary solution mentioned in
I am also having this problem on a Dell Precision 5520 (which is similar
hardware to both the Dell XPS 15 and Dell XPS 13).
Headphone output worked initially since install and then stopped working
mid-session after unplugging and re-plugging the headphones. I was
adjusting the "Alert volume"
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