where can I find a previous version of a rpm package?
Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdupre(a)gmx.com
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Got this weird message:
Failed to start lib-systemd-system-rc\x2dlocal.service.mount: Unit
lib-systemd-system-rc\x2dlocal.service.mount failed to load: No such
file or directory
after I tried to enable rc-local.service
which turns out it cannot be done.
As of now, /etc/rc.d/rc.local is NOT being run at boot
Anything I can do the change that?
Yes, /etc/rc.d/rc.local is executable and readable by root
and contains the proper script that looks at the args start stop ...etc.
Many years ago I used to play gnuchess
which used to give a hint (IIRC) of the best next move,
As far as I can see no hint is offered in gnuchess today.
I was surprised to see that the gnu.chess newsgroup
does not appear to have had any posting for over a year.
Is gnuchess effectively dead?
If so, is there a reasonably good alternative, offering hints?
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin
I have a dual layer dvd burner, and dual layer DVD media.
Running fc22 64 bit.
Burning an 8.2GB file to the medium dies at byte 4060348416
Track 01: 3872 of 7740 MB written (fifo 99%) [buf 100%] 2.0x.cdrecord:
Input/output error. write_g1: scsi sendcmd: no error
CDB: 2A 00 00 1E 40 80 00 00 10 00
status: 0x2 (CHECK CONDITION)
Sense Bytes: F1 00 04 00 1E 3D E0 0A 00 32 7F 13 09 90 00 00
Sense Key: 0x4 Hardware Error, deferred error, Segment 0
Sense Code: 0x09 Qual 0x90 (track following error) [No matching
qualifier] Fru 0x0
Sense flags: Blk 1981920 (valid)
cmd finished after 1.151s timeout 200s
write track data: error after 4060348416 bytes
cdrecord: A write error occured.
cdrecord: Please properly read the error message above.
Writing time: 1512.651s (00:25:12.651)
Average write speed 3.9x.
Min drive buffer fill was 4%
Total of 1 possible drive buffer underruns predicted.
Fixating time: 0.002s (00:00:00.002)
cdrecord: fifo had 124040 puts and 123913 gets.
cdrecord: fifo was 2 times empty and 69171 times full, min fill was 0%.
The kernel detects the drive as follows:
May 05 18:16:28 localhost kernel: sr 1:0:0:0: [sr0] scsi3-mmc drive:
24x/24x writer dvd-ram cd/rw xa/form2 cdda tray
So, it seems the drive does not handle dual layer media????
What does your kernel say about your dual layer dvd burner?
I sitting at our summer house with limited TV choices before our
"cable" service is renewed.
So, having gotten a "new" (well at least larger) Plasma (and TV display
through the SCART connection from our cable provider- Hyundai PD421)
screen with gazillions of ports to connect to stuff I thought of
running Netflix through my laptop (HP Probook 4530s) and Fedora using a
VGA cable. (Yes I know ... Chromecast/phone combo).
Viewing Netflix this way works nicely but then my son complained that
sound is coming from the laptop, not the speakers connected to the
Hyundai screen. I guess this has to do with the computer not
recognizing the speakers because it connected through VGA? There is a
HDMI port on the lappy but not on the Hyundai screen. Is there a way to
get Fedora to pick up the speakers attached to the screen?
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as mentioned earlier the upgrade from Fedora 22 to Fedora 23 went smoothly.
But my favourite music player "clementine" refuses to play mp3 due to a missing gstreamer plugin.
The following gstreamer plugins are installed
Which one is missing? Are there conflicting plugins?
Any changes related to plugins since Fedora 22?
Kind regards, Frank Elsner
I'm trying to install Fedora 23 with a following partition layout:
- btrfs `/` (with btrfs subvolumes, which is irrelevant here)
I have to use this relatively complicated layout to be able to 1) use dm-crypt plain mode on disk2 and 2) have proper swap with btrfs; it faired quite well with Arch.
I can't seem to find a proper way to do this: neither anaconda's GUI or (obviously) text mode allow such a setup. Should I write a kickstart file?