Just installed fedora 15 - gnome 3 not possible due to card limitations.
Operating on fallback.
I do not seem to locate the option to place applications to startup
In the past it was easy.
Kindly point me in the right direction please.
I just updated a F14 system to F15. After the update I can't login via
the console. Login through the network over ssh is possible.
Does this mean that the update procedure hasn't translated getty
startup procedure to systemd conventions? As I still am not quite
familiar with systemd, can anyone tell me how to verify this and how to
Hey, folks. If you follow the trac ticket notifications on test@ you may
have noticed this already, but I know it's easy to tune those out, and
I'm CCing devel@ so people following that list know about this too.
We're planning a Fedora IPv6 Test Day to coincide with World IPv6 Day on
June 8. This has been kicked off by some folks inside Red Hat whose job
it is to understand IPv6 (those poor, poor kids), so thanks to Linda and
her team for bringing it to the Fedora community. We have a trac ticket
for co-ordinating the event here:
and the Wiki page for it is here:
it would be really good if people can pencil in this event on their
calendars so we can get some testing of Fedora 15's IPv6 preparedness,
and it would also be great if those who understand what the hell they're
doing with IPv6 could check over the Wiki page for accuracy and
completeness. Finally it would also help if people who don't understand
what the hell they're doing with IPv6 - like me! - could try and follow
the instructions, and let us know - via this thread, or the trac ticket
- if they struggle or find something unclear or don't seem to be able to
make it work as intended, so we can improve the instructions. I've
already noted, for example, that it's not particularly clear what you
should do if you're using a router - whether to try and set the tunnel
up on the router, or whether you can just do it on one of the machines
behind the router.
Fedora QA Community Monkey
IRC: adamw | Fedora Talk: adamwill AT fedoraproject DOT org
In the PackageKit GUI (Add/Remove Software) , the shell-extension :
gnome-shell-extensions-drive-menu has the following description :
" Adds a menu in the system status area that tracks removable disk
devices attached and offers to browse them and eject/unmount them "
However, clicking on the mounted devices only opens nautilus for browising
the device, but doesnt eject the drives. I even tried clicking on the far
end of the menu where the mounted symbol comes, but that doesnt help.