After few days I have updated fc3 and have lost some touchpad
functions, like double click on touchpad (not with buttons, they work)
and have feeling that touchpad not working properly too... not respond
as fast as always etc...
Portable pc - Toshiba Satellite
I am trying to find the proper source for install program feedback. I
think the install is great -- except when you are told which CDs you
need and there is no back button, only reboot! I don't want to just
complain though, I am interested in learning how to fix this problem.
Who should I talk to?
I'm trying to run a model simulation over night in linux (Fedora Core2) but
my computer goes to sleep without mouse or keyboard input and then fails to
wake up. My biosis has S1 and S3 power management options so it appears
that I cannot turn power management off completely. Does anyone know a
Set up for my machine:
Dell Dimension 2400 running Bios version A05
Power Management option set to S3
Linux Redhat Fedora Core 2 (dual boot with Windows XP)
Visiting Research Fellow
The University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-3110
phone: (510) 717-4088
the initial release of FC3 with the first update to firefox.
Here is a short summary:
rpm version JS version
Was this intentional, or is it something that should be fixed?
Help Please! I'm having problems with Fedora 3 and CentOS4 to send output to
graphical display from my own programs.
I'm running from csh and "setenv DISPLAY :0.0" or "setenv DISPLAY
Even set "xhost +" but no go just get permition denied from the X server.
Can any one help me with this one.
Karel PJ de Waal (SAWS - ICT)
My BIOS has 34 GB limit for hard-disks and I want the option
IDE_DISK_STROKE set in kernel.Standard FC kernels do not have this set.So,
I cannot access my data partition on second hard-disc.It also stopped me
from installing Fedora on a larger partion on hdb.
Setting this parameter doesn't add significant size to kernel.I do not
understand why FC developers have opted out of this parameter. The minimum
system requirement for FCs is PII systems and those are more likely to
have BIOSes with this kind of limitation.Having this parameter set would
in fact expand reach of Fedora.
I would like this message coveyed to Fc developers.I am not a member of
developers list.Would my mail to developers list will pass to the list?
On Sun, 3 Apr 2005 12:00:07 -0400 (EDT),
> Date: Sun, 03 Apr 2005 15:44:23 +0200
> From: Antonio Montagnani <anto.montagnani(a)virgilio.it>
> Subject: Re: Can't connect to internet though Link is up
> To: Discussions about development for the Fedora desktop
> Message-ID: <424FF337.8040308(a)virgilio.it>
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> Parameshwara Bhat said the following on 03/04/2005 14:07:
>> Hello All,
>> This is not exactly a Fedora issue.But knowledgeable on linux can help
>> I was trying a Live CD distro.I could set my ADSL connection on it
>> fine.I can see with 'ifconfig' the link 'ppp0' and can ping to both
>> local and remote IPs listed there.'pppd' is constantly running.
>> But I can't connect to internet,even as root.I have checked through
>> pppd options and removed any settings that looked suspicious(rolled
>> back). What is standing between browser and kernel(network route)?
>> How can I know?
>> Could somebody suggest how I should proceed checking further ?
>> Parameshwara Bhat
> How did you set DNS???
In network configuration wizard.
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This is not exactly a Fedora issue.But knowledgeable on linux can help me.
I was trying a Live CD distro.I could set my ADSL connection on it fine.I
can see with 'ifconfig' the link 'ppp0' and can ping to both local and
remote IPs listed there.'pppd' is constantly running.
But I can't connect to internet,even as root.I have checked through pppd
options and removed any settings that looked suspicious(rolled back). What
is standing between browser and kernel(network route)? How can I know?
Could somebody suggest how I should proceed checking further ?