When updating today I noticed that /usr/lib/ghc-6.10.1/package.conf was not
updated, but rather a .rpmnew file was created. I took a look at
/usr/lib/ghc-6.10.1/package.conf and it doesn't look like a normal conf
file (that one might edit by hand).
My guess is that either it shouldn't be getting treated like a conf file
(and hence just be replaced) or the file should be in /etc not /lib.
Since I am not familiar with how this is used, I figured I'd run it by
here first before filing a bug.
I'm wondering if this one of my many Just Me(TM) problems.
Has anyone been running into md5 check errors on recent
updates--specifically bash and coreutils?
Some googling saw someone with similar issues on the devel list, but in
his case, he was compiling rpms in a separate environment, so I don't
think it was related, though it seemed to be the same programs.
(I'm not giving a detailed report simply because at this point, I'm
wondering if it's just me, and possibly a new install on shoddy hardware
PGP keyID EB3467D6
( 1B48 077D 66F6 9DB0 FDC2 A409 FA54 EB34 67D6 )
gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys EB3467D6
Buffy: So, something ripped him open and ate out his
Willow: Like an Oreo cookie. Well, except for, you know, without the
chocolatey cookie goodness.
OK. Got a minor bug with system-config-selinux.py or that is what the
about reports for the dialog.
Thing is this component is not included in the list of components, oh
this is on FC10.
Simply put, you cannot drag the dialog around if your screen size is
800x480 (on my ASUS 701). Neither grabbing it on the title line nor
using <alt-leftmouse> can move it. No problems if the screen size is
larger than the dialog box. No problem dragging other 'oversized'
dialogs (like system-config-services) around either way.
So how do I report this bug if the component is not in the component list?
Good afternoon all,
I am interested in singing up for the BugZappers system https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers
Would anyone who is a current member or otherwise be able to confirm if it is acceptable to do tests / triage using a Live USB stick or in some cases use eg VirtualBox as I do not have a spare computer I could setup?
Thanks for any comments.
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The other packages in which there were conflicts were apparently resolved :), but here's one that is out there:
---> Package kdelibs-common.i586 6:4.2.0-17.fc11 set to be updated
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
Package Arch Version Repository Size
kdelibs-common i586 6:4.2.0-17.fc11 rawhide 362 k
Install 0 Package(s)
Update 1 Package(s)
Remove 0 Package(s)
Total download size: 362 k
kdelibs-common-4.2.0-17.fc11.i586.rpm | 362 kB 00:01
Running Transaction Test
Finished Transaction Test
Transaction Check Error:
file /usr/bin/preparetips from install of kdelibs-common-6:4.2.0-17.fc11.i586 conflicts with file from package kdelibs3-3.5.10-5.fc11.i386
file /usr/share/config/colors/40.colors from install of kdelibs-common-6:4.2.0-17.fc11.i586 conflicts with file from package kdelibs3-3.5.10-5.fc11.i386
file /usr/share/config/colors/Rainbow.colors from install of kdelibs-common-6:4.2.0-17.fc11.i586 conflicts with file from package kdelibs3-3.5.10-5.fc11.i386
file /usr/share/config/colors/Royal.colors from install of kdelibs-common-6:4.2.0-17.fc11.i586 conflicts with file from package kdelibs3-3.5.10-5.fc11.i386
file /usr/share/config/colors/Web.colors from install of kdelibs-common-6:4.2.0-17.fc11.i586 conflicts with file from package kdelibs3-3.5.10-5.fc11.i386
file /usr/share/config/ksslcalist from install of kdelibs-common-6:4.2.0-17.fc11.i586 conflicts with file from package kdelibs3-3.5.10-5.fc11.i386
Today I have installed MonoDevelop in FC10 (recently installed and
updated) and cannot see or navigate any source file when I try to open
it. For the second problem I have installed "ctags". For the first, I
have tried to install "gtksourceview2-sharp". I think both should be
dependencies of the "monodevelop" package.
When I try:
# pkcon install gtksourceview2-sharp
I get that:
Error: package-already-installed : The packages failed to be installed
But if I search that package, I get that:
available gtksourceview2-sharp-1.0-2.svn89788.2.fc10 A C sharp
binder for gtksourceview2
available gtksourceview2-sharp-devel-1.0-2.svn89788.2.fc10 Development
files for gtksourceview-sharp
so is not really installed. What can it be? Thanks for your work.
I'm setting up a mythtv box and I recently had the opportunity to update
my motherboard. I had been using a board with added nvidia 9x00
graphics card and it was working well except that the fan on the
graphics card was noisy.
I did some research with regards to a new card to get, keen to get a
card with reasonable on board graphics that would handle big lcd
displays and also with hdmi and digital/coax outputs.
In the end I had the choise of two boards. One with an intel graphics
chipset (x4500) and one with an nivida chipset (7100) and given to
ongoing conversation on this list about using vendors that support open
source drivers I decided to go with the intel board. (I'd done some
other research that suggested that the graphics device was supported
including Intels website and fedora documentation (clearly not the right
You can imagine my disappointment when I couldn't even get X running on
the new board with the intel drivers (I've tried 'i810' and 'intel',
that later of which seems to be much more likely to actually work.)
So, I've got two choices.
1. Give up and put the nvidia graphics card on the board. This has a
number of downfalls. It brings the noisy fan back into play. It also
sees me without hdmi. But, the nvidia driver works well with this card,
so at least I get decent graphics.
2. Find out what's up with the 'intel' card and get it working. Sadly,
I'm not skilled in these areas (even though I've been testing fedora
since fc1) and need help.
I've asked twice (once on f-d-l and once on f-t-l) and both times my
emails have been ignored.
I've also posted a detailed bug on bugzilla (see:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=487619) but haven't had any
I won't attach any log files or other info as it's all in the bug report
and it would just be excess traffic on the list.
Can someone help?
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It's much better on my side"
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export of the bookmarks file. This is missing in Rawhide.
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