On Nov 24, 2016 8:16 PM, Bob Goodwin <bobgoodwin(a)fastmail.us> wrote:
> On 11/24/16 19:53, jd1008 wrote:
> > Just curious!
> > What does umatrix do for FF?
> Most important to me is it is a simple
> way to eliminate the "talking heads" on
> Fox News, etc. I just want to read the
> text I select, otherwise I might watch TV.
> Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
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I've never used that extension but would the reading view accomplish the same thing?
On Nov 30, 2016 7:08 AM, "Michael Schwendt" <mschwendt(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Tue, 29 Nov 2016 22:53:57 -0500, William Biggs wrote:
> I burn the iso or 25
Which one exactly?
> to usb and I also did it to a dvd same error . When I
> click the install I get the the part to select English . Then I click
> continue . Then the install locks up it will not get past the point at
> it just set there . I also have try to re down it same thing i have tried
> more then one usb drive And dvd disk
How long have you waited for anything to happen?
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I am aware that a more appropriate place to post would have been the livecd list which is archived at
but since the archives seem to be pure spam for the past two months, I am not sure if anyone reads it any more.
So, I thought that I would try my luck here.
I have been trying to build the LXDE spin iso using the default Fedora 25 kickstarts available
/usr/share/spin-kickstarts/fedora-live-lxde.ks and the dependent kickstart files. So, I try the following and get:
$sudo setenforce 0
$ sudo livecd-creator --config=fedora-live-lxde.ks --tmpdir=tmp --fslabel=Fedora-LXDE-25_x86_64
/usr/lib64/python2.7/optparse.py:1013: PendingDeprecationWarning: The KSOption class is deprecated and will be removed in pykickstart-3. Use the argparse module instead.
option = self.option_class(*args, **kwargs)
['/sbin/mkfs.ext4', '-F', '-L', '_Fedora-LXDE-25_x86_64', '-m', '1', '-b', '4096', '/dev/loop0']
/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/yum/config.py:1093: PendingDeprecationWarning: use len(mi) instead
/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/imgcreate/yuminst.py:161: PendingDeprecationWarning: use len(mi) instead
option = option.replace("$releasever", yum.config._getsysver("/", ("system-release(release)", "redhat-release")))
No such package system-config-network to remove
Error creating Live CD : Failed to build transaction : libcrypt conflicts with libcrypt-nss-2.24-3.fc25.x86_64
libcrypt-nss conflicts with libcrypt-2.24-3.fc25.x86_64
As we can see, the conflict does not allow for the creation of the LiveCD to proceed. But this is the vanilla kickstart file for Fedora's LXDE so I was wondering what was going wrong here?
Thanks very much in anticipation!
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I'm trying to install 32-bit F25 Gold (RC1.3) from the netinst, with custom partitioning. The only reason I need custom partitioning is to avoid creating a separate /home partition. Unfortunately, due to https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1375732 , it won't let me expand the / partition to use the space freed after deleting /home. (This bug wasn't fixed since 32-bit is no longer a blocker.) Is there any fairly easy way to achieve this without custom partitioning in the installer? Or is it likely that an updates.img would be made available after release day to work around this type of issue?
Does anyone know why pam_pkcs11 is missing in the Fedora 25 repos?
Systems upgraded from 24 still have the 24 version and it appears to
work (at least as well as it did in 24). Newly install 25 systems
don't appear to be able to install it.
I don't see anything in the release notes or common bugs about this
and /etc/pam.d/smartcard-auth still refers to it.
I burn the iso or 25 to usb and I also did it to a dvd same error . When I
click the install I get the the part to select English . Then I click
continue . Then the install locks up it will not get past the point at all
it just set there . I also have try to re down it same thing i have tried
more then one usb drive And dvd disk
How can I tell my desktop (fedora-23/xfce4) to use Emacs to open
any file with a ".org" extension? Everything I've found on the
internet seems to set an application based on mimetype but ".org"
files are seen as "text/plain" (at least by the 'file' program)
and I don't want to open all text files with Emacs, just ".org"
In it's infinite wisdom, the upgrade from F23 to F24 updates PostgreSQL from
9.4 to 9.5.5 making existing databases unusable.
I suppose that there is a warning about this somewhere but it certainly isn't
part of the upgrade process.
I know that I can use pg_upgrade to migrate my databases but need the 9.4
binaries to do that.
Are the files in /usr/lib64/pgsql/postgresql-9.4/bin the correct ones to use
This was weird. I hit Ctrl-Alt-F2 to get a vterm, got a login prompt,
logged in as root, was about to type something when the screen
goes absolutely black. Ctrl-Alt-F3 - still black, Ctrl-Alt-F1,
It was like using a vterm crashed the nvidia driver or something
(I am using the rpmfusion nvidia driver, not nouveau because
nouveau kept freezing up on me).
Anyone else ever seen this happen?
I was able to ssh in from my phone and reboot there :-).
I'm testing VMware Workstation using a Windows 10 guest, but having
problems with mouse integration. Within the guest the mouse cursor
moves and I can click once, to open a settings option for example, but
subsequent clicks are ignored until I force close the window with Alt-
F4, whereupon I can do it again. I've tried both my normal Bluetooth
mouse and a Microsoft wireless mouse (both of which work correctly in
Fedora) but with the same result. My wireless keyboard works correctly
in both host and guest. Switching the mouse between host and guest also
The VMware documentation has various suggestions but mainly they seem
to involve mounting the USB filesystem (usbfs) under /proc/bus/usb,
which doesn't exist in Fedora.
I'm open to ideas on either the specific mouse issue or on the wider