After this morning's updates, I noticed that a bunch of common keyboard
shortcuts didn't work. In gnome-terminal, shift-insert didn't paste
selected text. In thunderbird, 'b' wouldn't move to the previous
message in the folder, but only if the keyboard focus was in the message
body pane. In firefox, the up and down arrow keys moved between links
rather than scrolling the page up and down.
I tried dnf history rollback, but a number of the previous package
versions aren't available, to that failed. Grump: there's no point in
having "history rollback" if packages don't remain available in the
updates tree long enough to roll back to when there are problems.
Then I tried gathering the names of updated packages and using "dnf
downgrade" instead. That caused dnf to offer to install dozens of i686
packages that are not currently installed. I tracked that to
evolution-data-server. Why downgrading that tries to install i686
packages is unfathomable.
Excluding that, the downgrade didn't resolve the problem, but at that
point I noticed that the "orca" process was using a whole lot of CPU
time. I killed it, and at that point keyboard shortcuts were restored.
My guess is that this is related to the python3 package upgrades
somehow, but downgrading them didn't fix the problem. I'm going to try
to find time later to resume troubleshooting this, unless someone beats
me to it.
In the mean time: if you're having problems with keyboard input after
updating, killing the "orca" process will work around the problem until
the root cause has been found and fixed.
I've been seing this for several days now:
[pilcher@ian ~]$ sudo dnf update
Last metadata expiration check: 1:27:54 ago on Tue Sep 13 19:00:42 2016.
Version Repository Size
1.0-1.fc23 updates 7.8 k
1:184.108.40.206-10.fc23 updates 205 k
7.43.0-9.fc23 updates 285 k
2.1.13-2.fc23 updates 1.9 M
53.0.2785.101-1 google-chrome 47 M
0.93-8.fc23 updates 242 k
7.43.0-9.fc23 updates 257 k
1.6.6-1.fc23 updates 377 k
1:1.32.10-1.fc23 updates 1.9 M
1:1.32.10-1.fc23 updates 3.4 M
1.3.5-1.fc23 updates 129 k
1.14.2-1.fc23 updates 71 k
1.14.2-1.fc23 updates 3.4 M
1:220.127.116.11-10.fc23 updates 8.6 M
1:18.104.22.168-10.fc23 updates 74 M
1:22.214.171.124-10.fc23 updates 684 k
1:126.96.36.199-10.fc23 updates 451 k
1:188.8.131.52-10.fc23 updates 1.3 M
1:184.108.40.206-10.fc23 updates 247 k
1:220.127.116.11-10.fc23 updates 281 k
1:18.104.22.168-10.fc23 updates 518 k
1:22.214.171.124-10.fc23 updates 2.5 M
1:126.96.36.199-10.fc23 updates 4.3 M
1:5.7.3-13.fc23 updates 788 k
3.26.0-1.0.fc23 updates 849 k
3.26.0-1.0.fc23 updates 383 k
3.26.0-1.0.fc23 updates 222 k
3.26.0-1.0.fc23 updates 58 k
3.26.0-1.0.fc23 updates 496 k
3.26.0-1.0.fc23 updates 83 k
1:5.20160820-1.fc23 updates 77 k
2.7.11-10.fc23 updates 96 k
2.7.11-10.fc23 updates 399 k
2.7.11-10.fc23 updates 5.8 M
4.0.10-3.fc23 updates 26 k
37-1.fc23.1 updates 59 k
3.3.11-1.fc23 updates 136 k
3.3.6-1.fc23 updates 361 k
3.3.11-1.fc23 updates 390 k
Skipping packages with conflicts:
(add '--best --allowerasing' to command line to force their upgrade):
2.1.13-2.fc23 updates 406 k
1:1.32.10-1.fc23 updates 19 k
0.9.6-4.fc23 updates 81 k
Install 1 Package
Upgrade 38 Packages
Skip 3 Packages
Total download size: 162 M
Is this ok [y/N]:
The odd thing is that none of the "problematic" packages --
gnupg2-smime, libguestfs-xfs, pinentry -- are installed.
I have install_weak_deps=false in /etc/dnf/dnf.conf, so it shouldn't be
trying to install weak dependencies.
Anyone know what the heck DNF is trying to do?
Ian Pilcher arequipeno(a)gmail.com
-------- "I grew up before Mark Zuckerberg invented friendship" --------
I got this message on Evolution this morning:
Failed to login to the server: Daily Limit Exceeded. The quota will be
reset at midnight Pacific Time (PT). You may monitor your quota usage
and adjust limits in the API Console: https://console.developers.google
It's the first time I see it, does it applies to gnome project?
Is there anything to do about that (except waiting ;))?
And it takes ages to shutdown....
Why theses messages?
today I started rc.local compatibility then I stopped it and at
shutdown, I get the message: "a stop job is running for this
service".... which has been stopped one hour before.... morever I was
threatenned with a "no limit" menace!
Thanks for helping
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I didn't get an answer to my preceding mail : "cups - the printer is not
responding", so I try to get this answer with a different subject.
My router assigns dynamically the IP addresses to the computers in the
That is a problem to use applications that require IP addresses of the
other computers in the network (i.e. managing network printers).
How to manage this problem (to use the IP addresses of computers in the
*In other words,* I would ask if, in linux environment, it is a
to the *setting up the router do assign static IP addresses*, for managing
this problem ( for example using DNS...)??
After an update to fc24, I lost the numerical keyboard with nedit
on 2 computers.
Could you confirm this glitch ?
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Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
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I couldn't find a specific docker Fedora list so I am posting here -
feel free to tell me a more appropriate list . .
I decided to live on the edge and did a bare-metal install of F25 x86_64
a little while ago - it has been going pretty smoothly but in the last
few days I have been playing around with docker again (specifically:
cprogrammer/indimail:fedora-23 ie a qmail server) and I have had a few
spontaneous reboots - one that locked up at a BIOS splash screen.
Is this something I should be helping to debug somehow? I just did a
full "dnf update" before the last couple of crashes . .
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Following last night's upgrade to F23, Adobe Reader now gives:
/opt/Adobe/Reader9/Reader/intellinux/bin/acroread: error while loading shared
libraries: libgdk_pixbuf_xlib-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No
such file or directory
Needless to say, acroread worked perfectly before the upgrade but there is now
no sign of a 32-bit libgdk_pixbuf_xlib-2.0.so (but there is a 64-bit version).
Stephen Davies Consulting P/L Phone: 08-8177 1595
Adelaide, South Australia. Mobile:040 304 0583
I was about to recommend an uninstall and re-install. When I realized? This ain't Windows!! On Sep 16, 2016 1:34 PM, Samuel Sieb <samuel(a)sieb.net> wrote:
> On 09/16/2016 01:04 AM, Stephen Davies wrote:
> > Following last night's upgrade to F23, Adobe Reader now gives:
> > /opt/Adobe/Reader9/Reader/intellinux/bin/acroread: error while loading
> > shared libraries: libgdk_pixbuf_xlib-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object
> > file: No such file or directory
> > Needless to say, acroread worked perfectly before the upgrade but there
> > is now no sign of a 32-bit libgdk_pixbuf_xlib-2.0.so (but there is a
> > 64-bit version).
> dnf install gdk-pixbuf2-xlib.i686
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