So I recently rolled over to Gnome Classic and in doing so tried a few
extensions. Now for reasons that aren't relevant I disabled all of the
extensions that I played with and since I couldn't find a GUI method of
uninstalling them.. I went into the dir:
~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions and deleted all the directories that
I no longer wanted the extensions from.
Now what's weird is that every time I reboot after logging in I am prompted
to install all those that I removed. What config file must I edit to stop
that from happening?
Hi, I need to use Java within Firefox for some network tools that
require it. Is there a way to use both Firefox Quantum and Firefox ESR
on the same machine?
I spend quite some time to get Quantum to work close to what I and I
don't want to lose that.
Hi all ,
When booting Fedora27 (fully updated) I get the following message : Failed
to apply network settings.
When looking in Exception
What is wrong ?
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I've been learning R on both Fedora and Ubuntu.
I've noticed that Ubuntu has considerably greater support for R than
Fedora (more R deb packages than R rpm packages).
Is there a rationale for this?
I accidentally deleted my inbox messages. I'm accessing my email via pop3
and they are still on the server, but when click "Get Mail" in claws-
mail, nothing happens. Probably claws-mail knows I once had them and
deleted them, so it's not bringing them again.
Is there any way to trick claws-mail into re-downloading my inbox
Is there a way to digitally sign a pdf file in Fedora. I have noticed that my colleagues on Windoze and Mucks all append their signatures using "Digitally Signed by...and time" presumaby using Acrobat, but is there a way to do this with something in Fedora? Of course, I prefer an OSS tool.
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I read a lot of smb.conf that are supposed to configure samba to share a
folder without authentication (ie. everybody connected to the LAN can
access this folder) but all these config files are wrong... ie. when I
try to connect to the samba server (f27), from a windows computer, user
name and password are required!
I want to do the same for the printer connected to the samba server:
everyone connected on the LAN can use this printer without user/password...
Is that possible? And how?
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I've been happily using the mate desktop until yesterday when, after an
upgrade to F27, I decided to give gnome3 another chance. Knock on wood,
all seems well, except that the screen does not lock.
I always boot to level 3, so I start X at the command line with startx. I
also know that I have to start gnome-screensaver when X starts, and I
tried to do so from gnome-tweak-tool -> startup applications, but I don't
see it listed.
What's the proper way to start gnome-screensaver whith startx?