I have two repos with the same named package. How can i set to ignore
it from one of them?
i want completely ignore package from repo2. is it possible with dnf?
Whenever I start Google Chrome, pops up a box asking me to enter the
password to unlock my login keyring.
Does somebody know how to get rid of this annoying box pop up?
Thanks in advance,
I try to install nvidia proprietary drivers on a fresh f24 install.
I tried this: http://rpmfusion.org/Howto/nVidia
All these seem to be incomplete....
Where can I find a correct guide for this installation?
PS. I had to boot on rescue disk after each attempt in order to remove
all akmod and xorg packages installed.
2 remarks: 1- the rescue mode from grub does not work
2- the rescue mode from install disck works but the
keyboard remains qwerty, and my luks passphrase was typed
initialy with an azerty keyboard..... This is not too much friendly for
non qwerty users!
UFR de mathématiques et informatique
Laboratoire CNRS MAP5, UMR 8145
Université Paris Descartes
45, rue des Saints Pères
F-75270 Paris Cedex 06
Tél. +33 (0)1 8394 5849
I have an Asus RT-N66U running Tomato USB Shibby which has been working
without any trouble but after some ISP problems recently I have managed
to screw up the time offset. It should be -400 but has become +200 which
makes it difficult for me to deal with Access Restrictions and reading
logs. Other than that, time and the offset is correct in this computer.
This is a major component of my Fedora system so I am asking here if
anyone knows how to correct this.
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
box10VM FEDORA-25a/64bit LINUX XFCE POP3
In the last couple of weeks I've had a curious problem
on my Fedora-24/KDE Thinkpad T510 laptop.
Sound (on YouTube for example) starts up fine on Firefox,
but then suddenly stops working after 5 to 30 minutes.
It's exactly the same with Google Chrome.
I see nothing at all odd in journalctl -b0 ;
alsa and pulseaudio seem to start fine,
and then are no longer mentioned.
The only cure I have found is to re-boot.
I've looked at
and followed some of the suggestions there,
but to no avail.
There does not seem to have been any recent update
to alsa or pulse-audio.
I wonder if anyone else has had a similar experience?
Or if anyone can suggest any possible alternative to re-booting?
Incidentally, I can boot into Windows 10 on this laptop,
and sound seems to work perfectly there.
So it seems there is nothing wrong with the hardware.
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin
When I run an install with dnf the program downloads the packages runs
through transaction checks and begins the installation. When it is done
with the installation it just freezes. In the past it would run through
a verification and clean up and then return to command prompt. Any ideas
on correcting this situation would be appreciated.