$ rpm -qa firefox
When you submit your bug, it times out with
Your browser sent a request that this server could
not understand. Apache Server at bugzilla.redhat.com
My iptables firewall ported from RHEL won't connect to ftp sites
and throws this error (written by me years ago):
WARNING: active FTP rules have been selected but one or
more necessary modules have not been detected
In /etc/sysconfig/iptables-config, you must add ip_nat_ftp
and ip_conntrack_ftp to IPTABLES_MODULES. Delimiter is a
space. For example:
To load changes, use:
# /etc/rc.d/init.d/iptables restart
# systemctl restart iptables
To check if modules are loaded, use
1) is Fedora doing FTP differently in iptables?
2) where do I find
now a days?
If you've been gritting your teeth about Shutter not working on Wayland,
it's time to rejoice.
I've been compiling flameshot from github
(https://github.com/lupoDharkael/flameshot) , but I see it's now part of
the fedora repos.
dnf install flameshot
I have an iPhone .mov quick time video I need to play for my wife. I get
this message from Parole. When I click on install, nothing seems to happen.
How do I get this decoder installed?
Meanwhile, VLC will play the audio, but the video stays on the first
frame. What's with that?
Or maybe some other app is better?
It happens sometimes that someone launches a process that uses too
much memory. Then the computer starts swapping leaving the computer
completely out of use. When the swap is full (I guess), the process is
automatically killed and we can work again. But this can last 10-15
Would it be possible to kill any process using more than some LIMIT
memory? The aim being to kill it before it starts swapping.
Note that I am using F27 for now.
Thanks in advance,
Just curious, there has not been a kernel in testing for a while. When is the next kernel expected to land in Fedora? I guess that it will be a 4.18.3 now perhaps?
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Is there a way to tell plymouth to default to showing boot
Beartooth Implacable, Erstwhile Historian of Tongues
Who shall gather the smoke of the dead wood burning,
Or behold the flowing years from the Sea returning?
-- JRR Tolkien
Dear Fellow Fedora users,
I had a script called upon by cron which played music at a certain time, for example
30 08 * * 1-5 ~/.dalarm
And .dalarm had
/usr/bin/mplayer -really-quiet -shuffle -playlist ~/.playlist
It worked, but I did have speakers, now. I do not have external speakers, but a monitor with speakers, if there is no activity with the mouse, the speakers are not heard and while the script does work, the monitor is not active, it is on, but inactive. I am using KDE and I do not know which screensaver is working, the screen blanks and the monitor goes to sleep. How can I wake up the screen/monitor so I can hear the alarm playing. I remember trying
$ xset dpms off
Or similar and turn off screen blankinh, but that does not work anymore. How do I figure out a way to get it working?
Thanks in Advance,
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