I am wondering how ESATA devices are supposed to work in F13 these days.
Does F13 support hot plugging of ESATA devices ?
Are they only recognized at boot time ?
Are they supported at all ?
$ uname -a
Linux localhost.localdomain 126.96.36.199-124.fc13.i686.PAE #1 SMP Fri Jun 11
09:42:24 UTC 2010 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
setroubleshoot: SELinux is preventing
/usr/lib64/chromium-browser/chrome-sandbox "net_raw" access . For
complete SELinux messages. run sealert -l
I run the sealert -l 68797c25-9748-4ab8-b020-f63a80f543a7 and that
doesn't stop error message.
In about a hour and a half I get the same error message.
I have been waiting to see if a kmod comes available and there seems to
be the wrong one published by RPMfusion.
The release is kmod 188.8.131.52-141 for 195-36.31-1
The driver is 195-36.31-2
I am not sure if it miss labelled or just not the right kmod
This does not show up in update but when I search nvidia it's there.
It seems to be saying that the directory access requested requires
labeling as usr_t, but its current type is usr_t -- it requires
usr_t but it's currently labeled usr_t -- there appears to
confusion here on the part of Selinux, no? I've tried applying the
recommended fix, but the recommended fix just resets the labelling
to what it already is, and I'm going round in circles
SELinux is preventing /opt/google-earth/googleearth-bin "execmod"
SELinux denied access requested by /opt/google-earth/googleearth-
/opt/google-earth/googleearth-bin is mislabeled.
/opt/google-earth/googleearth-bin default SELinux type is usr_t,
but its current
type is usr_t. Changing this file back to the default type, may
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I recently installed stardict. Fedora repo does not provide bilingual
dictionaries (French-English etc.), so I found this site:
With a lot of tarball
English - Latin tarball GPL, 65K
and so on.
The problem is: every link download the same tarball: the full Stardict
source to compile startdict....
What is this mess?
UFR de mathématiques et informatique
Université Paris Descartes
45, rue des Saints Pères
F-75270 Paris Cedex 06
Tél. +33 (0)1 4286 2145
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I don't know why, but I keep trying to install Fedora on my laptop. The last
time I did it , it told me it had to initialize my HD, and I stupidly said
YES. And it did. Wiped out my XP/Ubuntu setup. I reinstalled XP , and I tried
AGAIN, and it still wants to initialize my HD.
This is a Dell 100Gb HD laptop that has always been dual-boot, with lots of
Linux distros EXCEPT Fedora..
If I say ignore, it tells me there are no partitions to install onto.
Registered Linux user # 367800
I've installed a Fedora 12 kde live cd on a local area network, that I want
to keep safe from hacking
( specially from network admin. !!)
Is a default fedora 12 install secure enough ?
or do i still take some measures to secure the pc ?
I need also to monitor scans or probes to the pc
I have loaded Fedora13 without a hitch and am impressed by the
However, I am just now beginning Java programming and I am wondering
if there is any substantial difference between java-1.6.0-openjdk and
the sun jdk.
If I decide to remove the openjava and work only with the Sun JDK at
this time, how do i make sure that all of the many openjava related
files are removed?
As if to say, "F"-you, the screen changed from my normal desktop, with
Firefox, Azureus, a few terminals, and a few VMs running, to a solid
blue screen with just the Fedora squiggly 'F' in the middle of the
screen, and the whole computer locked up.
Completely dead. Catatonic. Unresponsive. Nothing in the logs.
What the hell happened?
This is really aggravating, because it has been one problem after
another, and I'm beginning to rethink my decision on this desktop.
Ideas greatly appreciated.
I use Fedora 13 64bit with latest updates.
Applications using sun jre (for an example matlab) has a very fast
double-click interval. This makes double-clicks get interpreted as two
When I add the line
to $HOME/.Xdefaults and invoke
xrdb -merge $HOME/.Xdefaults
double-click interval in matlab (and all other sun java applications) works
But every time I login I have to invoke the command 'xrdb -merge
I have a feeling $HOME/.Xdefaults' is not checked by the X session.
What's the correct filename in Fedora where I have to put double-click