Firefox has a feature that (I hope) might well be universal.
If I highlight a URL which my mailer (Alpine) breaks into several
lines and then paste it in, Ffx takes care of the nonce line breaks,
going right to the site. But if I copy that URL (sometimes, as with
changing an xfinity password, many seeming lines long) into any other
browser, *I* have to eliminate all the line breaks (and sometimes, not
always, introduced extraneous characters such as % a/o angle brackets).
Might not this virtue be grafted into Fedora's versions of other
browsers, or into Fedora itself?
Beartooth Staffwright, Not Quite Clueless Power User
Remember I know little (precious little!) of where up is.
Until recently VLC would display .3gp video clips from an iPhone full
screen on this 24" monitor. Now they are very small, perhaps less than a
two inch square.
This is the rpmfusion vlc on Fedora 27.
I suspect Apple has changed something. Am I the only one seeing this
problem? Is there a fix for it?
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
box10 FEDORA-27/64bit LINUX XFCE Fastmail POP3
I'm using the latest ACM LaTeX class (version 1.53):
I've installed the required packages.
With Fedora 27, no problem.
Instead, with Fedora 28, when I run the following command:
$ pdflatex sample-sigconf
I get the following error:
kpathsea: Running mktexpk --mfmode / --bdpi 600 --mag 0+540/600 --dpi 540
mktexpk: don't know how to create bitmap font for txsys.
mktexpk: perhaps txsys is missing from the map file.
kpathsea: Appending font creation commands to missfont.log.
!pdfTeX error: pdflatex (file txsys): Font txsys at 540 not found
==> Fatal error occurred, no output PDF file produced!
As an alternative, I can use latex+dvipdfmx commands to first generate a
DVI and then convert it to a PDF. However, the resulting PDF looks
different from the one contained in the acmart-master.zip file.
I've just submitted a bug on Bugzilla:
Thanks for your help.
Manpage of cpu power make no mention of the
selection of governor.
How can set the governor to be the user mode governor
instead of the performance governor and not the ondemand governor?
If I can permanently set that governor, next I want to
set the cpu frequency (for all cores) to 2134000Hz permanently.
Reason I am posting this is because the normal speed of the cores
is 2.8GHz, and that is causing numerous kerneloops interrupts (overheating).
Fans are at full speed all the time, as I can hear them :) :)
When I set the speed manually (as root) like this:
for i in 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8; do
echo 2134000 > cpu$i/cpufreq/scaling_max_freq
then kerneloops are greatly reduced.
Every kerneloops is accompanied by mce:
So, it has to be the heat.
But I do not want to do this loop every time I boot up.
I want to have set once and for all!!!
anybody knows where to get an ISO version of the modula-2 compiler for
LINUX, especially FEDORA-28?
Fedora release 28 (Twenty Eight)
Joachim Backes <joachim.backes(a)rhrk.uni-kl.de>