Hi! Did anyone succeded in using multiple non SLI nvidia gpus in fedora? (or any other linux?)
I have a configuration of 2 1050 cards with 3 monitors each and i can configure only 1 screen
per gpu. the problem is that the second screen (3 monitors on second gpu) is not accesible for applications
as i cannot move any other window there, is completly black BUT my cursor can go there!!
Does anyone have any idea and experience with $subject ?
Until very recently, if I left my Mate terminal open when
rebooting, it would come back up with the same seven tabs, set to the
same profiles in the same sequence, as before. I had adapted the number
and arrangement, long before Gnome3, to the things I do; once it's
established, my fingers know their routines, saving me unneeded conscious
Now it comes up with a single tab, set to the default profile; so
I have to re-open and re-set all the rest. I don't see an item in the
Control Center, nor on the Main Menu, that controls this.
How do I get my multiple tabs back??
Beartooth Staffwright, Not Quite Clueless Power User
Remember I know little (precious little!) of where up is.
I have a PC and laptop both running Fedora 27 Workstation and both fully
updated, they both have an identical set of repos installed and
enabled. The only difference is the PC has Wine installed. For reasons
I won't go into I have to reinstall Wine occasionally but I can't find
it in either the 'Software' app or via dnf, dnf doesn't show any of the
core Wine packages.
Trying 'dnf search wine' on the laptop shows Wine and all it's ancillary
packages, but nothing is showing on the PC so I can't uninstall or do
anything with it. I've tried 'dnf clean all' but that doesn't help.
Anyone any clues what's going on?
Thanks for looking
Recently my system has been refusing to suspend. How can I debug?
(I've recently installed expressvpn, could this be the issue?)
Here's what the log says:
Apr 18 02:30:01 nbecker2 systemd: Started Suspend.
Apr 18 02:30:01 nbecker2 systemd: sleep.target: Unit not needed anymore.
Apr 18 02:30:01 nbecker2 systemd: Stopped target Sleep.
Apr 18 02:30:01 nbecker2 systemd: suspend.target: Bound to unit systemd-
suspend.service, but unit isn't active.
Apr 18 02:30:01 nbecker2 systemd: Dependency failed for Suspend.
Apr 18 02:30:01 nbecker2 systemd-logind: Operation 'sleep' finished.
Apr 18 02:30:01 nbecker2 systemd: suspend.target: Job
suspend.target/start failed with result 'dependency'.
I have the NFS server working nicely and doing what I expect it to do,
with a lot of help from this list, EXCEPT data is not being put in the
Can I fix this without starting from a new Fedora 27 installation or
completely replacing NFS? Df shows the following:
$ df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
devtmpfs 1.8G 0 1.8G 0% /dev
tmpfs 1.8G 32K 1.8G 1% /dev/shm
tmpfs 1.8G 1.6M 1.8G 1% /run
tmpfs 1.8G 0 1.8G 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/mapper/fedora-root 49G 19G 29G 40% /
tmpfs 1.8G 88K 1.8G 1% /tmp
/dev/sda2 976M 151M 758M 17% /boot
/dev/sda1 200M 18M 183M 9% /boot/efi
/dev/mapper/fedora-home 2.7T 4.8G 2.5T 1% /home
As you can see it is putting the stored data in "/" [19G in a 49G
space]. Those partitions were setup selecting "custom/standard
partitions] in the installer. It looks to me like I should've used the
2.7T of space in "/" but that's not easy for me to do now.
So I guess it boils down to how do I tell NFS to store data in /home
instead of "/"? I've been looking at this and can't see what to change,
or maybe it can';t be fixed that way?
I have a second 3TB drive installed and idle in which I can start over
with a new installation if that would be preferable ...
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
box10 FEDORA-27/64bit LINUX XFCE Fastmail POP3
I'm constantly drawing workflows/diagrams on a notepad...I like the freedom
of ink and paper. I then manually convert the useful ones to google
draw/lucidcharts. I stumbled on this
https://www.wacom.com/en-us/products/smartpads/bamboo-slate … and am
It looks like the way to get it running is:
https://github.com/tuhiproject/tuhi … but I wondered if anyone else has any
experience with them or similar (perhaps more stable) products like the
Wacom Intuos Pro?
A while back my Intel NUC failed, and I replaced it with a newer one.
Since then I have been having a few issues with my display.
The first is overscan - the NUC is used as a media PC, and is hooked
up via an A/V receiver to a HDTV using HDMI. Unfortunately there
doesn't seem to be a way to tell the TV to turn off the overscan.
With the older NUC, I used intel_panel_fitter (I think) to adjust the
display, and all was well. But that program doesn't work on the new
NUC. I can however, use xrandr's transform settings, and this seems
to be OK. If anyone has better ideas for accommodating overscan
(other than buying a new TV), I would love to hear it!
The second issue is that when I switch the TV away from the NUC, and
then eventually back to the NUC, the display is zoomed slightly - just
enough so that the KDE bar at the bottom is now off-screen. I can use
xrandr to reset the transforms to their default, and then re-apply my
desired transforms and it is back to where it should be. But I would
like to eliminate this annoying "zoom" altogether if possible. I
thought maybe treating it similar to a KVM switch, and forcing the
modeline within the xorg config would help, but it doesn't seem to
change the behavior at all.
The third issue is that sometimes I lose the display more-or-less
completely. I switch the receiver to the NUC, and I get a black
screen. If I reboot (via a ssh session), I get nothing. To get the
display back, I have to poweroff and cold boot. The login screen is
fine, but after logging-in, KDE seems to be set for a lower resolution
(800x600?) than the TV is using (1080i), and I have go into "System
Settings" to correct it - which is difficult when you can't really
read the display very well!
Any suggestions on these issues would be appreciated! My google
searches haven't come up with much help.
I am trying to get a handle on firewalld... I can't actually see right
off how to limit access to services to certain sources. For example, on
a single-interface server, I want to limit access to SSH and SNMP to
some "management" networks. With iptables, I might have:
:INPUT ACCEPT [0:0]
:FORWARD ACCEPT [0:0]
:OUTPUT ACCEPT [0:0]
:mgmt - [0:0]
-A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -p tcp --syn --dport http -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -p tcp --syn --dport ssh -j mgmt
-A INPUT -p udp --dport snmp -j mgmt
-A mgmt -s 10.0.0.0/24 -j ACCEPT
-A mgmt -s 10.1.0.0/24 -j ACCEPT
-A mgmt -p tcp -j REJECT --reject-with tcp-reset
-A mgmt -j DROP
That means a couple of subnets can reach whatever management services I
declare, the rest of the network cannot, and HTTP is just wide open.
I set a bunch of different documents talking about assigning interfaces
and services to zones, but nothing that tells me how to use those zones
to do something useful.
Chris Adams <linux(a)cmadams.net>