(probably OT: more a systemd question than a fedora question, but
i'm sure the experts will clear this up in short order.)
wanted to experiment with the git daemon so, on my fully-updated F26
system, installed git-daemon package, whose contents are simply:
$ rpm -ql git-daemon
i enabled the socket component easily enough with:
$ sudo systemctl enable git.socket
[sudo] password for rpjday:
Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/sockets.target.wants/git.socket →
and started it as well, but i'm not sure how to start the git daemon
itself since, as i understand it, the presence of the "@" in the
service name typically means there can be multiple instances of them
running (eg., getty@.service), but i have no interest in multiple
invocations (and am not even sure why that would be a good thing).
cut to the chase -- what's the proper way to start the git daemon on
F26? put another way, what am i hopelessly misunderstanding here?
Robert P. J. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA
This just appeared in my inbox, apparently from Fedora Announce. Has
anyone else seen it?
Thanks - jon
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I have a problem cross compiling using autotools for my Raspberry Pi 3.
I wrote a server program which runs good with Linux and under windows
(compiled with MinGW) on my X86_64 machine.
Since there is no configure wrapper for ARM like MinGW has, i use the
following configure call:
The Script is failing and the log tells me about bad options
"-qverseion" and "-V" in GCC tests. So I removed this Options from the
Script by hand.
Now it tells me about a missing file called "crt1.o". But i found this
file in "/usr/arm-linux-gnu/lib/crt1.o".
So, my question is: Did i miss something? A additional configure
parameter or anything like this? How do I use the cross compiler with
It would be nice to habe a wrapper script line mingwXX-configure, but
it would be good to know, what to do.
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When I try to install polymake, I get.
dnf install polymake
Repository mgeups has no mirror or baseurl set.
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Problem: conflicting requests
- package polymake-3.1-3.fc26.i686 requires perl = 4:5.24.1, but none of the providers can be installed
- package polymake-3.1-3.fc26.x86_64 requires perl = 4:5.24.1, but none of the providers can be installed
- package perl-4:5.24.1-390.fc26.x86_64 requires perl-libs(x86-64) = 4:5.24.1-390.fc26, but none of the providers can be installed
- perl-libs-4:5.24.3-395.fc26.i686 has inferior architecture
- package perl-warnings-unused-0.06-1.fc26.x86_64 requires perl(:MODULE_COMPAT_5.24.2), but none of the providers can be installed
- cannot install both perl-libs-4:5.24.1-390.fc26.x86_64 and perl-libs-4:5.24.3-395.fc26.x86_64
- problem with installed package perl-warnings-unused-0.06-1.fc26.x86_64
- nothing provides perl = 4:5.24.2 needed by polymake-3.1-4.fc26.i686
- nothing provides perl = 4:5.24.2 needed by polymake-3.1-4.fc26.x86_64
(try to add '--allowerasing' to command line to replace conflicting packages or '--skip-broken' to skip uninstallable packages)
If I make
dnf install polymake --allowerasing
it offers me to erase packages (Removing dependent packages) that I do not want to erase (like my own perl packages)
and also to downgrade packages like:
vim-X11, vim-common, vim-enhanced, perl!!
It is probably an issue with the updates-testing!!
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For a couple of years now I've been trying on and off to come up with a
method of running Fedora in a portable manner than is easy to keep up with,
update, has decent performance, and doesn't suck :)
A pure live USB method isn't easily updatable so doesn't meet the criteria
A live USB with persistent overlay is updatable but isn't very intelligent
since it just burns up space with deltas. This method MIGHT be acceptable
if there was an easy way to merge those deltas into the compressed live
A real install sucks because even with my 32GB class 10 flash memory hooked
up by a USBC/3.0 adapter the performance is terrible and updating pretty
much took 6+ hours.
All of that means the wiki is pretty much useless and it doesn't look
like it's been updated for the fact that LiveUSB creator is depreciated in
favor of Fedora Media Writer.
I've looked at unionFS but depending on your tech level that may not be
considered EASY to implement and I would still like a way to easily merge
changes into the compressed image because I/O is causing the performance
issues, not CPU horsepower (Intel i5-6300U).
Anybody have some success stories they can share? Ideas? Apps or scripts
that could help automate the management of the install?
I know next to nothing about ansible, but could it be used to manage it as
a virtual host? (Not in the VM sense, but as a system on a file sense)
If I come up with something that meets the criteria I may be willing to
document it in the Fedora wiki for other :)
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as trying to solve my problems with Unusable Fedora 26 I would be know
if there is a possibility to start with X without using nouveau.
I remember (but maybe I'm wrong) that if there is no nouveau available,
X can use the intel card but without feature from NVIDIA GPU.
If there is a way, can you explain me how to not compromise my working
installation, but how to try starting with new kernels.
This can be a good point from which to start throubleshooting problem
and try some other fix.
I can't understand what is appening on my Fedora 26.
All kernels after 4.11.11 are not working on my laptop.
Abrt says that the problems cannot be submitted because kernel is
In order to solve my problems and to help Fedora become more stable,
can you provide me some info on how to throubleshooting the problem and
On Thu, Oct 05, 2017 at 12:38:19PM -0500, Ranjan Maitra wrote:
> I do not get why chronyc should run and create such a racket at 100%
chronyc is used by a NetworkManager dispatcher script to switch NTP
sources online or offline when the network configuration is changed.
Maybe there is a bug in the script.
What chrony package do you have installed?
What does "chronyc -n sources" print?
Are you connected to multiple networks? Maybe some don't have a