Currently I have problem with newer kernel RPMs on my Dell Dimension.
There's a bug in Bugzilla about this.
I have three kernel RPMs installed.
Over the weekend I discovered that the problem goes away if I use the
oldest of my kernel installations (4.2.5-300).
I'm worried that the next time I get a kernel update, my working RPM
will be removed and (potentially) replaced with another non-working
Can I configure dnf so that it won't remove the working kernel RPM and
new updates will replace the second oldest one? I'd obviously still
like to install new RPMs so that I can test them to find when my
problem is fixed.
Dave Cross :: dave(a)dave.org.uk
I have the fedora 23 installed on a machine with UEFI BIOS, and secure
boot enabled; after you installed VirtualBox 5.0 on this machine, I
create the VM's normally, but when I go to install, I get an error
message saying that vboxdrv can not be loaded; I used the link below
and the installation procedure is initiated, but another error appears
that vboxnetadp module can not be loaded; Has anyone ever experienced
How do I solve this problem without having to disable secure boot?
BSD User: 51318
This is just an FYI and I am not seeking a resolution to it.
While running dnf update, I sometimes get output lines like
/var/cache/dnf/updates-d28e3be95240972f/packages/[APP NAME].drpm: md5
mismatch of result
APP NAME can happen to be any app - so it is a random thing
rather on some particular app in a repeated fashion.
I just discovered that I can not use my flat bed scanner, xsane protests
"no devices available."
Bus 005 Device 007: ID 04a9:1909 Canon, Inc. CanoScan LiDE 110
I believe this has worked since installing F-23 beta originally...
The last dnf upgrade was done this morning.
I have not seen othertrouble reports here on the list/
Any suggestions appreciated,
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
box10 FEDORA-23/64bit LINUX XFCE POP3
Is there a way to install a package with just the bare minimum required
I am running a XFCE spin of Fedora 23. I wanted to install kvirc on the
box. But when I go through dnf install kvirc, the list ends up being about
38 additional packages. I doubt that all of them are needed for kvirc to
So how do I get kvirc and just what it needs in order to work properly?
I would use BlueFish to rebuild my web site.
I build this site some years ago using "Front Page" in Windows environment.
In the meantime I changed Windows to Fedora, so I would like to do this
renovation using BlueFish (that I already installed).
...However I have problem to access to my remote site, from BlueFish..
It look to me it possible to do my work using BlueFish, because I took a
look to tutorial : http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/movies...ote_files.html
show exactly how to do what I need.
But the images showed in that tutorial appear to be a little different
from these that I see on my computer..: my opinion about this difference is
that the tutorial show BlueFish to work in "Window environment" instead
that in Linux environment (????)
So the tutorial could be not good in my case.
*I would like to access to the SW that is stored in my site as a "remote
server"* , In the same way I accessed using Front Page..., but* I am not
able to do really this operation...*
Any suggestion will be appreciated...
The sort command does not provide for a way to say that the key is the
last word in a line,
where the file contains lines of varying number of words,
and where words are groups of characters without spaces or tabs.
sort -k <what should this position be> <filename> ....
How can one tell sort to chose the last word in the line as the sort key?
The key is always the entirety of the last word.
I am still running Fedora 21 with various desktops including XFCE.
Because of various bugs in the version I am running
I wanted to update to 4.12 -- 4.10 is the current
Fedora 21 version.
A user on the XFCE forum pointed me to a user
repository on Fedora which has 4.12...and this morning
I updated without a problem.
Is 4.12 ever going to be in the official 21 repositories ?