I have a new 7th-gen Intel NUC (NUC7i5BNB), hooked up to an audio
receiver via HDMI. I have tried a bunch of different things, but I am
only able to get stereo audio out of it.
I can connect my notebook to the same HDMI and get surround just fine;
when I select that output, the receiver sees a PCM bitstream, but it
only ever sees stereo from the NUC.
Both systems are up-to-date Fedora 25.
Chris Adams <linux(a)cmadams.net>
I have a Brother DCP-7055W all-in-one laser printer and scanner,
connected by Wifi to my LAN. The printer works perfectly, and the
scanner worked at least up until a couple of weeks ago when I last used
it. Now, it seems to have disappeared. Both simple-scan and scanimage
report no scanners found.
I've reinstalled the RPM package downloaded from brother.com. I've
rebooted Fedora (you never know). I've also checked that the scanner
itself is working (from a Windows laptop).
What else can I try?
I guess this is more like a general Linux question.
How can I find out on my Fedora 25 what port I have to open up for a
program to work?
I recently purchased a Multifunction Canon Printer TS5000 series. They use
a propetary program for scanning images called ScangearMP .
When I execute scangearmp2 it cannot find the printer on the wireless
If I drop the firewall, then scangearmp2 indeed finds the printer.
How can I find out what firewall ports scangear is trying to use? I tried
netstat but the listing I saw was kind of large and did not immediately
make sense to me.
Thanks for any help
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from his high perch.
Is blacklisting broken?
I've created /etc/modprobe.d/wireless.conf with one line:
and yet, after a reboot, the r8712u module is installed.
It isn't being used; if I run rmmod -vv r8712u it is removed
and nothing else changes. The wireless USB adapter still works,
because it is using a new r92su module.
The wireless adapter is a Rosewill; lsusb identifies it as:
Bus 002 Device 002: ID 0bda:8172 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTL8191SU
802.11n WLAN Adapter
It has worked with the r8712u module for a long time, but recently
became intermitant and yesterday stopped altogether. It still works
fine with Fedora 24; but fails with kernel-4.10.12-200.fc25.x86_64.
So I fetched an experimental developmental new r92su module from
git clone https://github.com/chunkeey/rtl8192su.git
After building and installing, the r92su module works perfectly.
I've solved the main problem, but am left with the blacklist
mystery. Apparently "blacklist r8712u" does prevent r8712u from being
used, but not from being installed.
Is that not weird?
David A. De Graaf DATIX, Inc. Hendersonville, NC
1--- I masked the firewalld service because I don't want to use it,. Il
the log messages, I get this information:
irewalld.service: Cannot add dependency job
How can I know what jobs depend on firewalld?
2--- What is the meaning of this message:
iscsi.service: Unit cannot be reloaded because it is inactive.
3-- And always this message:
var.mount: Directory /var to mount over is not empty
Why does cups creates directories in /var before /var is mounted?
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After some personal disputs with some other reporter, the package
maintainer of cinnamon-screensver decided to simply close the report
When I asked him to please re-open it - so that at least ABRT reports
could be attached to give some idea how serious the issue is
, the response was simply "fuck you if you don't like my attitude".
After the ropic was brought up here, he moved the report to his
private area, which means no new ABRT reports can be attached.
At least according to retrace (
https://retrace.fedoraproject.org/faf/reports/1429946/ ) the problem
affects more than just a handful of users.
So no matter wether the maintainer is willed to work on the report or
not, for users it should be possible to add a "mee too" without beeing
Please re-open the report and set permissions to "normal".
Best regards, Clemens
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Hello users and developers,
We had presented deltametadata project at DevConf.CZ 2017, goal of
this project is to minimize bandwidth required on clients to update
repository metadata (repomd.xml, primary.xml, etc.) which would improve
user experience with DNF.
So, we have DNF plugin which acts
How to try it?
1. dnf -y copr enable @rpm-software-management/deltamd
2. dnf -y install dnf-plugin-zsync
If something doesn't work, look into /var/log/dnf.log.
We would like you to try it out and give feedback, it is very important
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I believe the latest kernel update has messed with the fans on my XPS 9550,
their doing the whole spin out of control thing. I have not verified this
though, too busy with work stuff to reboot and start over.. yet. But I
wanted to toss this out there in the off chance another XPS user has
noticed something afoot with their fans.
I'll bounce into an older kernel tonight and report back.