I am Simon and I am blind.
I tried to boot a Fedora Workstation 25 live USB without a screen attached to a desktop machine.
It seems the machine doesn't boot completely at least hanging while the desktop should come up.
On the arch wiki i read something about x server and its autoconfig mode where it detects the screen and if no screen is present it stops starting the desktop which makes the PC hang.
According to the wayland mailing list this also happens with wayland though wayland supports screenless booting. which needs to be specified in the wayland adapter for gnome.
Anyone maybe knows more about that?
I thought of using Fedora on a project i have in my mind. Having a small PC without a screen in the kitchen would be pretty interesting. navigation is done using a keyboard and knowing where we are is done using the orca screen reader and speakers.
Attaching a screen would be the last thing i want to do.
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Just noticed, in looking through the dialog for some dirs, I see a
curved arrow in some of the folder icons. This appears to indicate
previous versions of things like jre/jdk. Is this correct? Can't seem
to find anything in SO on this..
Does anyone know how to get rid of this:
[drm:atom_op_jump [radeon]] *ERROR* atombios stuck ......
[drm:atom_execute_table_locked [radeon]] *ERROR* atombios stuck....
and some other messages
Sometimes it takes ages before shutdown
I could see that many people have this problem since several years (not
only with fedora: debian, ubuntu.... also)
Is there a kernel option to add at boot time?
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Since 1 week, when I update my machine (fedora24) by using
dnf update, during the update, the graphic screen freezes.
The update end properly.
The only thing that I can do it to open a text terminal.
and restart the machine.
I do not see any wrong, except that there is a process
which takes 100% of cpu
Even if I kill it, the graphics does not recover.
It seems that there is always such a process running, but it does not charge
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Since I upgraded to Fedora 25, I've had terrible network performance, and
I'm not sure what's causing it.
Any suggestions for troubleshooting or optimization?
Any known issues with the "Intel Wireless 7265D" card or the "iwlwifi"
driver in F25?
Everything worked great in F24, but since F25, I get poor download speeds,
and *REALLY* poor upload speeds. I should get a steady 25/25 Mbps down/up.
Instead, I get an unsteady 6-20 Mbps down, and only ~1 Mbps up. I've ruled
out everything but Fedora 25 (same hardware works fine in F24 and Windows),
and it's making me kinda want to go back to F24. :(
On Mar 23, 2017 6:42 PM, "Ian Malone" <ibmalone(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 12 January 2017 at 05:04, Chris Murphy <lists(a)colorremedies.com> wrote:
> Damn strange.
> The computer is in a static location for all tests. This is still using
> iperf in all cases, but abbreviated since I'm copying by hand. Each test
> about five seconds apart.
> Fedora 25 live
> 58 Mbit/sec
> Fedora 24 live
> 54 Mbit/sec
> Fedora 25 installed
> There are a total of three wireless devices connected to this AP. All are
> connected at the same time but only the test client is actively being
> when the testing is happening. But it's in an apartment building, with
> hundreds of units all of which have wireless APs.
Did anyone get to the bottom of this? I installed F25 a couple of
weeks ago and network performance is noticeably poorer on this
machine. When browsing the internet, or particularly on Ajax based
sites like gmail or google search connections seem to just drop. The
previous Fedora that was on this machine (23 I think) was fine, and my
laptop (still on an older Fedora) and other devices have not
experienced any change. Looking in journalctl as root I see frequent
renegotiation with the AP, e.g.:
Mar 24 00:21:29 atlas wpa_supplicant: wlp2s0: SME: Trying to
authenticate with xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx (SSID='X' freq=5200 MHz)
Mar 24 00:21:29 atlas kernel: wlp2s0: disconnect from AP
xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx for new auth to 00:a4:23:17:18:e5
Mar 24 00:21:29 atlas kernel: wlp2s0: authenticate with xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
Mar 24 00:21:29 atlas kernel: wlp2s0: send auth to xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx (try
Mar 24 00:21:29 atlas kernel: wlp2s0: authenticated
Mar 24 00:21:29 atlas kernel: wlp2s0: associate with xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx (try
Mar 24 00:21:29 atlas wpa_supplicant: wlp2s0: Trying to associate
with xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx (SSID='X' freq=5200 MHz)
While the machine is supposedly connected.
There's also this,
Mar 24 00:21:29 atlas systemd-udevd: Process '/usr/sbin/crda'
failed with exit code 249.
which can't be a good sign.
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Hmm ill test this tonight myself.
I have been getting these messages about certificates for several weeks and have filed bug reports. Red Hat is unwilling or unable to give me a definitive resolution to the problem. Seemingly, my Fedora 25 (rawhide) system has started refusing to accept upgrades.
Any/all hints, tips, suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
[SKIPPED] qrmumps-2.0-6.fc26.x86_64.rpm: Already downloaded
[SKIPPED] texlive-pdftex-doc-svn41149-32.fc26.1.noarch.rpm: Already downloaded
[SKIPPED] openblas-srpm-macros-1-1.fc27.noarch.rpm: Already downloaded
(4/1751): python3-gpg-1.8.0-12.fc26.x86_64.rpm 252 kB/s | 178 kB 00:00
(5/1751): plplot-data-5.11.1-13.fc26.noarch.rpm 475 kB/s | 946 kB 00:01
(6/1751): python3-ipython-5.3.0-4.fc27.noarch.rpm 547 kB/s | 844 kB 00:01
[MIRROR] python3-appdirs-1.4.0-10.fc26.noarch.rpm: Curl error (60): Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with given CA certificates for https://mirror.chpc.utah.edu/pub/fedora/linux/development/rawhide/Everyth... [Peer's certificate issuer has been marked as not trusted by the user.]
[FAILED] python3-appdirs-1.4.0-10.fc26.noarch.rpm: No more mirrors to try - All mirrors were already tried without success
(8-9/1751): boost-fiber-1.63.0-5.fc27.x86_64.rpm 0% [ ] 776 kB/s | 3.6 MB 91:33 ETA
> One thing I know slows down browsing is the way sites outsource much
> of their content. The browser has to access many sites on the web to
> put together a page for you to view. Blocking this as much as
> possible not only speeds up page loading, but also hinders tracking
mvps is your friend here :