The Magazine was mentioned in episode 262 of the Linux Unplugged
podcast. Our timely article on ftransform turned out to be a solution
to a recent announcement from Dropbox about dropping support for many
Linux filesystems. Pretty cool!
I skipped pitch because I had already written this on my blog, so I just
pasted it in, tried to fix things and saved it straight as draft
So on topic of fixing things, I have my specific formatting style on my
website that is incompatible with Magazine, I fixed those things to line up
with the Magazine guidelines, however I wasn't sure about some parts of the
text... I would appreciate any feedback you could throw my way if you feel
like this could be a good article for Magazine.
I was also wondering whether the current title is okay:
Build your own RAID Array in Fedora using LVM.
Building RAID 5 on Fedora using LVM
Further I think that I will write a followup about recovering from failure
when I have some more time again, as described in this comment.
OH and I've no clue what to do about featured image, ideas would be
welcome... One idea from another contributor was an image of a Fedora
badger throwing disks at brtfs :D
 Draft preview:
 Public preview:
 Comment about possible followup:
.NET Engineer, Red Hat
IRC: radka | Freenode: Rhea
Thanks for the post---lots of users found it very informative.
Unfortunately, GTG is broken in F28 and cannot be installed. Upstream
has been inactive for 3 years so the package should've been retired
before, but it slipped under my radar somehow.
I've retired it now, but one cannot retire packages from stable
branches, so it'll remain there until F28 goes EOL. I don't have n F27
system so I don't know if it can be installed on F27 either.
Users have already been running into the error when they try to install
gtg, so should anything be done about this? I've added a note to the bug
summary, so others that run into the issue can be made aware.
Sorry about this.
Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD"
On Wed, Aug 8, 2018 at 4:40 PM Davide Caratti <dcaratti(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> On Thu, 2018-08-02 at 09:00 -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> > On Mon, Jul 30, 2018 at 03:45:10PM +0200, Davide Caratti wrote:
> > >
> > > Alternatively, I can publish this post "as-is" elsewhere, and write a
> > > small introductive chapter for fedora magazine.
> > >
> > > WDYT?
> > >
> > > thanks!
> > > --
> > > davide
> > >
> > >  http://blog.cerowrt.org/post/disabling_channel_scans/
> > Hi Davide, thanks for the note back. I think, based on your
> > explanation here, your second suggestion might be a better fit for the
> > magazine.
> hello Paul,
> I shrinked the post and hopefully improved its readability. Rather than
> writing a big text, which will not cover wifi troubleshooting anyway, I
> prefer to give detailed explainations in the bugzilla, case by case.
> By the way, I came back from vacation and found another PMF related
> bugzilla :-)
> (@francesco: the link is at https://fedoramagazine.org/?p=21916&preview=1&_ppp=2d2ce4c0ad)
> Can you please give another review?
> thank you in advance!
We're reviewing this for a possible publication next week. Thanks for
Hello, I have a confused idea about a potentially useless but funny article.
evemu is a set of command line tools (in the fedora repo) useful "to
create a virtual input device and replay an event sequence".
As opposed to the similar command xdotool, a "command-line X11
automation tool", it works also on Wayland.
evemu (and xdotool) could be used to automate keystrokes. Maybe it is
a debugging tool (it can simulate also a mouse), but with a little
imagination it can be used to achieve useful as well as pointless
usages, i.e. automating some tasks simulating keystrokes, or hitting
casual keys on the keyboard in order to create jokes.
I'm still a bit confused.