I am using firefox and ABP. However, when I go on
The viewing of 1 posts over 2 is blocked by an AD:
1 Linux Software download
2 Progams for linux
3 Free driver update
4 High speed internet plans
5 Speed up your PC
6 Linux Screensavers
How can I get rid of this screen? There are interesting information
that I cannot read!
What ever I try, it just sticks.
Thank for your help.
Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdupre(a)gmx.com
Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale | |
Tel. (33)-(0)3 28 23 76 12 | | Fax: 03 28 65 82 44
189A, avenue Maurice Schumann | | 59140 Dunkerque, France
I created a new install of F22 64 and to my surprise the 'courier New
10' is missing from Libreoffice. Does anyone have an rpm replacement.
I have a bunch of documents that use this font and would like to
continue it. There are some other fonts that are close, but none that
is an exact duplicate which means the formatting will need to be
different on the new or edited old documents.
I am running Fedora-23beta.
What action exactly do I need to take when Fedora-23 comes out,
hopefully next Tuesday?
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin
Once again my BT mouse is acting up and I have no idea why. I've been
using it with no problems for months, through successive updates to the
kernel, and it has Just Worked. Then suddenly it doesn't. The
configuration dialogues (on both Gnome and KDE) see the mouse and give
its Mac address, show it as paired, trusted and not blocked, but say
it's "unreachable". The mouse has adequate battery and power cycling
makes no difference.
My BT adaptor is a Broadcom dongle. It has up to date firmware (as of a
couple of months ago).
This has happened several times in the past (e.g. see
and just as suddenly seems to fix itself, sometimes after several days
of complete frustration.
This is F22 fully updated, using both kernel-4.1.8-200.fc22.x86_64 and
The mouse has never failed on my other system, a laptop running Fedora
21 but with a builtin BT adaptor.
If anyone has something to suggest, I'm all ears.
I have three drives; they are all SATA Seagate Barracudas; two are 500GB;
the third is a 2TB.
I don't have a clear reason why they have failed (possibly due to a deep,
off-brand, flakey mobo; but it's still inconclusive, but I would like to
find a disaster recovery service that can hopefully recover the data.
Much thanks for any and all suggestions,
I'm trying to install and run sguil, a network security monitor. In
order to run sguil you need to have tcl installed. The problem is that
sguil requires a version of tcl built without threads. The installed
tcl has threads enabled. I downloaded the srpm for tcl and changed the
spec file to run the configure with --prefix=/usr/local and removed the
--enable-threads flag. This didn't work, it still built everything
under /usr. How do I build a version of tcl that I can install under
/usr/local that disables threads?
Any help is appreciated.
During boot, I get (as a last line) something like
Not Authorized and I do not get the GUI coming up.
I get the prompt to enter control-D or enter the root
How can one debug this to find the root cause?
Hi guys, I have this situation: I was updating my Fedora 22 at the
university, but there was a power outage and the update didn't finish.
Hopefully, I was able to boot the machine and even to login into Gnome,
but now it is impossible to continue with the update using dnf upgrade.
I tried package-cleanup --cleandupes, but it didn't work because it
wanted to remove systemd and dnf, which are protected packages and are
Running dnf remove $(dnf repoquery --duplicated --latest-limit -1 -q)
also gives the same result: "Error: The operation would result in
removing the following protected packages: systemd, dnf".
My question is: can I safely remove the lower versions of systemd and
dnf with rpm -e and then proceed with cleaning duplicates and continue
to update in the usual way, or how should I proceed?
Many thanks in advance!
Germán A. Racca
Fedora Package Maintainer