I upgraded to F15 a couple of weeks ago. Everything is slower, but
Google Chrome behaviour is driving me crazy. For example, when I
bookmark a page, a little dialog pops up. The frame of the dialog will
come up almost immediately, but then it takes at least 40+ seconds for
the widgets to paint. Once I click the dialog's Done button, Chrome
becomes unresponsive for another 40+ seconds. Chrome was uber-fast
before upgrading from F14 to F15. What is going on? And it isn't just
Chrome, it is all my applications, IntelliJ, Thunderbird, the whole
windowing system. What is going on? I must be missing some critical
configuration. I cannot believe that Fedora team would release
something with these behaviour characteristics.
My hardware is not terrible. It is a 3Ghz quad-core Phenom II, 8GB RAM,
nVidia 7950 GT, 3Ware controller with 7200rpm Seagate NS drives. The
nVidia drivers are installed. Nothing has changed. I had a minor issue
with X/Gnome initially not coming up, but once I tweaked the yum.repos.d
files and the new service startup config files, everything worked. It
is just SO slllloooooooowwwww.
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Var/log/messages file are empty
>On Wednesday, August 31, 2011 14:11:15
>> I checked all files in var/log and in
particular I found these files are 0
>> How is it possible??
>Are you running F15?
>Try systemctl restart syslog.target . There was a bug
in F15 that
>caused this. I can't remember the fix, though. You might try
>systemctl enable syslog.service .
# systemctl enable syslog.service
Couldn't find syslog.service.
I want to upgrade from F14 to F15. For whatever reason, the boot after
running preupgrade fails if I try to do it that way.
So now I would like to upgrade via the DVD iso.
I would like to do so without burning a DVD. I'd like to load the DVD iso
onto a USB flash storage device and boot it from that.
I tried using the Fedora Live USB Creator tool. It gives me a "Unable to
find LiveOS on ISO" error.
How do I put the DVD iso image on a USB flash storage device so it will boot
Hi every one ,
I was confuse to use gzip in shell.
You see below. I can use zip -gj make test.tar include the
testfile and the test1file
However , use gzip make the test_gzip.tar.gz NULL.
I see man and use gzip -c file >> tarname. to add a file to a tar file .
Can anyone tell me why?
You can let /root have two sample file testfile test1file
zip -gj $anse $test
zip -gj $anse $test1
gzip -c $test >> $anse_gzip
gzip -c $test1 >> $anse_gzip
I think gzip can do what zip can do in linux .
If I just do
gzip -c testfile >> test_gzip.tar.gz
It can create the test_gzip.tar.gz file But can't include any file .
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On 08/30/2011 01:58 PM, cromworshipper-fedorastuff at yahoo.com wrote:
>In-Reply-To: <4E5A413B.9090201 at robertoragusa.it> >>>On Sun, Aug 28, 2011 at 03:23:07PM +0200, Roberto Ragusa wrote: >>On 08/28/2011 03:21 AM, cromworshipper-fedorastuff at yahoo.com >>wrote: >>>slim started up fine when this machine was running Fedora 14. >>>I installed it from for Fedora 15: >>>>>>slim-1.3.2-8.fc15.x86_64 >>>>>>It doesn't start any more. I get this in /var/log/slim.log: >>>>>>slim: unexpected signal 15 sh: /usr/bin/xauth: Permission >>>denied >>>>>>>Check the permission of /usr/bin/xauth. They will be probably ok, >>so next move will be blaming selinux. >>>>-- Roberto Ragusa mail at robertoragusa.it >>>Thank you for taking an interest. >>I don't know what could be wrong with /usr/bin/xauth since KDM >works fine. I see nothing in /var/log/messages from SElinux >(except something related to wine). >>What permissions should I be looking for? >>$ ls -l --lcontext /usr/bin/xauth -rwxr-xr-x. 1 >system_u:object_r:xauth_exec_t:s0 root
root 36840 Feb 8 2011 >/usr/bin/xauth >>>$ ls -l --lcontext /usr/bin/slim-dynwm -rwxr-xr-x. 1 >system_u:object_r:bin_t:s0 root root 120 Jul 25 12:07 >/usr/bin/slim-dynwm >>>$ ls -l --lcontext /usr/bin/slim -rwxr-xr-x. 1 >system_u:object_r:xdm_exec_t:s0 root root 168712 Jul 25 12:10 >/usr/bin/slim >>>>John
When I set my /etc/sysconfig/desktop to
slim doesn't actually run, so issuing
$ ps -eZ | grep -i slim
What else could I check?
I have a student who is blind and hearing impaired. I know that braille
output devices, etc., can be configured once a system is up, but the
course I'm teaching involves system installation. What support is
available for that type of hardware during system installation?
When I photo edit, I would like the two files to come up, along with
When the two files come up, they don't come up as I had them on the
desktop.. Gimp doesn't come up at all.. I'm told that I must somehow
reconfigure Gimp to come-up on boot.. I tried twice to reconfigure Gimp
to autoload.. "thht!"...
On the desktop I have one file window taking one third the desktop, with
Gimp on the remaining two-thirds.. Under the pix-file window I have
another window, pulled down with only the top two files showing, to file
pix edits as either "screenpix" or "fixpix"... At every boot I must
rebuild the desktop to my liking... Fedora should have a utility that
the user sets the program to instantly autoload at boot.. and files
should remember where and how they are set... After all, the "Computer"
is the epitome of efficiency.. or should be.. and Fedora is most
definitely the best of the best...
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For years I have been very happy with gpp. Easy to use, fine results.
But now I can't print pictures with it anymore. The print preview on the
screen looks promising, but only black pages are coming out of the
printer wasting ink and photopaper.
I have fedora 15 running and gnome 3 desktop. Googling on this subject
does not give me any clues. Does anybody have the same issue with gpp?