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From: Ed Greshko [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: donderdag 6 april 2017 1:20
To: Community support for Fedora users
Subject: Re: Is there a way to stop ipv6 leakage without turning off ipv6?
On 04/06/17 06:57, Stephen Morris wrote:
> Hi Ed, just as a side issue to this, because my ISP (I don't know
> about my VPN provider) IPv6 at all for anything, I was setting IPv6 to
> 'ignore' via Networkmanager in KDE (Gnome doesn't seem to have the
> same options) but that was causing messages in the logs at boot time
> about IPv6 not being ready. How do we stop the network from attempting
> to activate IPv6 and then producing these messages when it has been
> turned off?
I decided to do a test and add ipv6.disable=1 to the kernel parameter on one of my VM's. In the past, this was sufficient. However, doing only this now results in selinux errors. To avoid those you also need to add
"net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1" to /etc/sysctl.conf.
Remember that V6 is some option you do NOT have the option to ignore. And that strange quirks could be solved by "net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1"
Some countries make haste implementing it, while others don't.
I was expecting that it would be countries like CN and CU where visitors would be confronted with an IPv6-only situation.
However, last February I found out that our appliance didn't work, because of IPv6-only. Here, in Europe, just some miles away in Belgium, Brussels.
So you better get your head out of the sand.
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I was just checking my logs to see if I successfully
squashed the endless random messages minidlna was
generating and I found this:
Apr 5 13:46:34 zooty systemd: Starting Evince document viewer...
Apr 5 13:46:34 zooty dbus-daemon: [session uid=2304 pid=2056] Successfully activated service 'org.gnome.evince.Daemon'
Apr 5 13:46:34 zooty systemd: Started Evince document viewer.
Really? They have managed to make looking at a pdf file dependent
on systemd and dbus? And there is some reason to log such trivia?
Next thing I know, I'll find all my keystrokes and mouse movements
in the log :-).
Fellas, I noticed today, while finally getting to use the Fedora side of my
work laptop, that my wifi is running at 1MB/s on d Dell XPS 13 9550.
According to Dell this model has the Killer AC 1535 wireless chipset so
possibly just a driver issue?
➜ .ssh iwconfig
wlp2s0 IEEE 802.11 ESSID:"waffle_house"
Mode:Managed Frequency:2.447 GHz Access Point: C0:56:27:C4:77:BC
Bit Rate=1 Mb/s Tx-Power=20 dBm
Retry short limit:7 RTS thr:off Fragment thr:off
Link Quality=58/70 Signal level=-52 dBm
Rx invalid nwid:0 Rx invalid crypt:0 Rx invalid frag:0
Tx excessive retries:285 Invalid misc:1819 Missed beacon:0
lo no wireless extensions.
virbr0-nic no wireless extensions.
macvtap0 no wireless extensions.
virbr0 no wireless extensions.
vnet0 no wireless extensions.
02:00.0 Network controller: Qualcomm Atheros QCA6174 802.11ac Wireless
Network Adapter (rev 32)
Attached is wireless-info.txt, generated from: wget -N -t 5 -T 10
chmod +x wireless-info && ./wireless-info Found via:
(Yes I know Mint.. the results for later version of Fedora were severely
Whats odd is that I Put F25 on the wifes Lenovo just Sunday night to
resolve this exact issue.
What is the meaning of these error/warning messages (f25) and how to
correct the config to get rid of them:
Daemon lvmetad returned error 104: 1 Time(s)
WARNING: Failed to connect to lvmetad. Falling back to device scanning.:
WARNING: lvmetad is being updated, retrying (setup) for 10 more
seconds.: 1 Time(s)
Failed unmounting /var.: 1 Time(s)
Requested transaction contradicts existing jobs: Transaction is
destructive.: 1 Time(s)
lvm2-lvmetad.socket: Failed to queue service startup job (Maybe the
service file is missing or not a non-template unit?): Transaction is
destructive.: 1 Time(s)
lvm2-lvmetad.socket: Unit entered failed state.: 1 Time(s)
What does mean "Transaction is destructive"?
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I have a resolv.conf that says:
; generated by /usr/sbin/dhclient-script
That's fine. But I need to add a custom domain to my search path that
isn't supplied by the DHCP server. According to the documentation,
adding the following to /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf should be enought to
append domain-name "mydomain.example.com.";
However, it doesn't work, and the generated resolv.conf doesn't
contain the domain I want. I can add a SEARCH entry to
/etc/sysconfig/networking, but that overrides the server supplied
search path, rather than appends to it. Does anyone have any ideas on
what I can do to achieve what I want?
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Bunch of suspend/resumes since the last boot.
Back home and went to put in a USB drive, and nothing. No /dev/sdb listed.
Nothing showing on the desktop as a mountable drive.
How would I trouble shoot this? Really don't want to reboot.
When I run empathy in F25, all I see is the Contact List which is basically only my AIM contacts. I have used empathy-accounts to add my IRC servers. How do I get empathy to show my IRC servers and allow me to join channels?
- An NAS (Iomega) which supports both NFS and CIFS. Call it N.
- A Fedora 25 desktop running Samba. Call it D.
- A Windows 10 VM (QEMU/KVM) running on D. Call it W.
I want to use N as a backup server for W, however W cannot see shares
on N. It complains about permissions. N runs a pretty old version of
Debian and is not really updateable, nor is it well documented. Perhaps
a Windows expert would find this trivial but I'm no expert in Windows
networking. Note that D has no trouble accessing shares on N via Samba.
However as D is also running a Samba service, which W can access, I
tried a workaround by having D mount a folder from N via NFS and
sharing it to W via Samba.
This is clunky but works *as long as SElinux is in Permissive mode*.
Otherwise it complains of permissions. Note that running smbclient on D
does see the same share (i.e. the NFS-mounted folder) with no issues,
but of course that's running as me.
What SE context should I apply to the NFS mount to allow me to keep
SElinux in Enforcing mode but still allow this passthrough to work?