1) Open a document or create a new one.
2) Have at least one line of text. Any font. Any size.
3) Use your mouse to highlight (select) the whole first line of text.
4) Wait about 0.5 to 1 second... crash.
Selecting any other line or any other set of text does not result in a
crash. I've reproduced it about 10 times now with different fonts and
sizes and even across new and old documents (two year old ones). I don't
see any bugzilla reports for this, in fact I only see 7 total open (is
that right?) for oo.o.
I cannot reproduce this on a x86_64 machine so I'm not sure if it is
limited to 32-bit or just this one system's config.
Over the past few weeks there have been kernel updates for Fedora 11.
When my system receives updates, usually using yumex, and a new kernel
is installed, the oldest kernel in my /boot directory is deleted
automatically and any "title" commands in /boot/grub/grub.conf referring
to those kernels is also removed. There are only three kernels at a
time in my /boot directory.
So far this has not been a problem, though I almost lost some special
settings in my grub.conf file when old kernels were removed.
What controls how many kernels, vmlinuz and associated files, are kept
in the /boot directory?
Is there any way to change this to save a different number of kernels or
insure that a specific kernel is not automatically removed from your system?
Steven F. LeBrun
Quote: / "There are 10 types of people in this world, those that
understand binary and those who don't." /
I recently tried KDE 4.3 and despite some gfx performance flaws this one got me screaming:
I installed kdepim 4.3 and run kmail, setup my maildir as inbox and the first thing I noticed: All mails were new, "odd" I thought and wanted to take a look at my maildir via mutt. To my surprise: My INBOX was empty now. AAAARGHH. ALL MAILS GONE!
Is this really the way to go? Is there no way to keep a sync between the maildir and akonadi?
ps: sent by mutt ;)
The last time I had a system lock-out was several
weeks ago, and just today, I experienced another.
I tried to access the system locally via the keyboard,
no response. Mouse, same. Remotely, not responding,
all remote connections, ports, etc. Not there.
Darn! hard reboot.
So, I looked at the system messages logs:
Aug 29 01:08:11 gold pulseaudio: alsa-sink.c: Increasing wakeup
watermark to 125.99 ms
Aug 29 10:14:32 gold kernel: imklog 3.22.1, log source = /proc/kmsg started.
Yep, there is a 9 hour gap of no activity. It looks
like the system went to sleep just like I did when
it was time for bed. I got up this morning, but my
system never woke up. Lazy basta... oh, sorry.
Well, what else can I do, there seems to be no way
to figure out what is going on, if there is no record
I've been upgrading my system and plugged in a fedora 11 live CD
just to see if it worked with new motherboard/cpu/memory (it did),
but /proc/meminfo showed only 4 gig (more or less), while there
are actually 8 gig in the system (and memtest can see all 8 gig).
Is this normal behavior with live CD?
>I think that is just a side effect of your VM running out of memory
>Running out of memory is what you need to fix. Did the Xen VMs have
>the more memory?
Infact i am not using xen on same machine but on another Machine, just gave an example. My kvm machine have 8G
of RAM and apparently there is no issue of Memory.
One point i noted that Machine dont use swap b4 going down, i dont know if its a KVM bug or kernal.
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how I have to set the selinux to disable?
to make webserver work
mysql work too
if not setting to 0, apache error log
(13)Permission denied: access to /admin denied
and mysql error
090903 19:43:19 InnoDB: Operating system error number 13 in a file operation.
InnoDB: The error means mysqld does not have the access rights to
InnoDB: the directory.
InnoDB: File name ./ibdata1
InnoDB: File operation call: 'open'.
InnoDB: Cannot continue operation.
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For a few days now there is a depenancy issue in the Fedora repositories:
Missing Dependency: gstreamer-plugins-base >= 0.10.24 is needed by package