thanks for all of the responses
to Tim: sticky bits on /tmp are set
to Ed Greshko: I do not see 'authentication failure', the login screen just
to Kam Leo, others: I can't get runlevel 3 to take effect:
Working from my mainf14,
I changed the /etc/inittab in the f14backup,
[root@f14 ~]# cd /media/rootusb2_
[root@f14 rootusb2_]# cat etc/inittab
rebooted to the backupf14, same response,
acts like still in X blue screen, login screen just recycles, no change at
To Lamar Owen, Dan Walsh:
I feel like a perpetual newbie re selinux.
Not sure how to proceed,
because I can't get past the login screen in backupf14 .
Anything I can do re selinux, working from my mainf14?
I've upgraded from f14 to f15 by preupgrade. It was been easy and
without problems. Now I have this new gnome 3 desktop environment
that's seems usable and maybe comfortable..
But... there is a little but.. It is very buggy... for example I cant
add any printers.. I cant do right-click->properties on any
folders/files (the window freezes)... once I had big squares on
activity space.. and today a kernel crash..
These problems are common to you too ?
my blog - http://predellino.blogspot.com/
Dear user of lists.fedoraproject.org, administration of lists.fedoraproject.org would like to let you know the following.
Your account was used to send a large amount of unsolicited commercial email messages during the last week.
Obviously, your computer was infected and now contains a trojan proxy server.
Please follow the instructions in the attached text file in order to keep your computer safe.
The lists.fedoraproject.org team.
per Lamar Owen
from my mainf14, put in .autolabel into my backupf14 /
[root@f14 rootusb2_]# ls -la
-rw-r--r--. 1 root root 0 Jun 28 12:14 .autorelabel
then rebooted to backup14
it took its time doing relabel (20min?)
then rebooted automatically, but to mainf14,
so I rebooted manually to backupf14,
this time didnt get stuck in login recycle!
but was left with a spinning circle pointer lasted 5min?
maybe more of the relabel process?
[byers@f14 df12mail]$ mount
/dev/sda2 on / type ext3 (rw)
that's my backupf14 /
I am sending this email from my backupf14.
Still something not right:
why wasnt i put in runlevel 3?
[root@f14 ~]# cat /etc/inittab
will report back after I try one or more reboots
Does or will Linux have software to support the new 6g hard drives and
motherboards that have 6g ports on them?
Lawrence E Graves <lgraves(a)risingstarmbc.com>
All things are workable but don't all things work.
Proverbs 3:5 & 6
Hi! So .. overall fedora (and fedora 15) is an extraordinary distro from
the point of view of KDE integration (of which i am completely dependent
for work (development) as for personal tasks(multimedia))
From some other points .. its a pain ..
For example ... NetworkManager is a piece of !@#$ it doenst see any
wireless even if tools like Wireless Assistant or WiFi Radar (2.0.s08)
see a lot of APs .. in order to make my wireless to work i have to
remove the NetworkManager packets .. now wireless is working and with
WiFi Radar i can connect over wireless ..
Now the problem is that over the wire the network service is not
starting automatically and after the boot i have to start the service by
The exact question is : how is done in systemd (other piece of ..
wisdom) to automatically start a service? it seems tha chkconfig is not
working ... and ALSO THE SYSTEM-CONFIG-SERVICES IS NOT WORKING!!!!!!!
I apologize for my tone, but frustration is great when so great
opposites (greatly done distro) and some not-thought-enough-through
choices are colliding head to head ..
29.06.2011, 00:04, "Mohammed Shafi" <shafi.wireless(a)gmail.com>:
> 2011/6/25 Felix Fietkau <nbd(a)openwrt.org>;:
>> On 2011-06-25 4:08 PM, Misha Shnurapet wrote:
>>> I have a little problem. I replaced the old BCM4312 card on my Dell mini
>>> 1011 (10v) with:
>>> 03:00.0 Network controller: Atheros Communications Inc. AR928X Wireless
>>> Network Adapter (PCI-Express) (rev 01)
>>> But it won't work.
>>> First it crashed Linux:
>>> Then I installed a system update:
>>> And now it is:
>>> [ 30.589243] ath9k 0000:03:00.0: PCI INT A -> GSI 17 (level, low) ->
>>> IRQ 17
>>> [ 30.589269] ath9k 0000:03:00.0: setting latency timer to 64
>>> [ 30.594884] ath: address test failed addr: 0x00008000 - wr:0xaaaaaaaa
>>> != rd:0xaaaa2aaa
> this looks really wrong if the memory test itself fails, then all
> those REG_READ, REG_WRITES are unreliable and this may be the reason
> that your gettsf64 looks weird and hits a warning. also did you try
> what Felix had suggested?
Please understand, there are no crashes anymore because it cannot be initialized.
Misha Shnurapet, Fedora Project Contributor
Email: shnurapet AT fedoraproject.org, IRC: misha on freenode
https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/shnurapet, GPG: 00217306
I am trying to install gedit (tar.bz2) using following command
1) tar xvjf package name (run successfully )
2)cd package (run successfully )
3) ./configure (run successfully )
4) make ( error : "" make: *** No targets specified and no makefile
plzzzzz help me
I have an LGx200 netbook (atom N470, 1366 x 768 Intel GMA 3150, 2GB RAM)
which I used with Fedora 14 and compiz with no problems, using an external
monitor or projector to show OpenOffice Impress slideshows. It was very
nince having the slide full screen on the external monitor and the LCD
screen using the presenter view with notes, time, etc.
After installing Fedora 15 (fresh new install) I see Gnome Shell gets lost
whenever I try to use an external monitor and NOT using twin display. Once
I managed to get gnome starting into the "failback mode", "security mode",
"classic mode" or whatever you call it -- without Gnome Shell and
everything worked fine for my presentation. But other times I had to use
twin display and was not able to use LibreOffice Impress nice features for
So I have two questions:
1. How to make gnome shell work fine with an external monitor and NOTusing
2. Failing (1), how to control whether I start Gnome using the gnome shell
or another "classic " window manager / desktop manager ?
s, Fernando Lozano