Testing using Fedora Desktops w/ FreeIPA server and found that
plugging in domain and username for my FreeIPA server resulted in
error of " Couldn't connect to the ipa.xxxxxxx.xxx domain: Cannot find
KDC for realm "IPA.XXXXXXX.XXX".
Since F29 no longer gives option to give password for root in
Anaconda.(Yet another follow the Ubuntu-ites, like getting rid of the
mail server instead of configuring it for local mail, and configuring
the first user to get get system mails in Evolution), I had to create
an account just to install freeipa-client.
So Fedora cannot connect to FreeIPA ( ie Redhat IdM) out of the box.
Seems to me that there is an issue here.
On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 9:31 AM Hans de Goede <hdegoede(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> I guess your trackpad is a clickpad, iow it does not have separate
> physical buttons,
> but you click the bottom right / left of the pad down to click, correct?
> In that case GNOME3 now defaults to clicking the pad anywhere with 2
> at the same time to do a right click.
Ah! That's it. I must have missed that in the GNOME3 release notes.
> If you want the old bottom right area is a right click behavior, install
> gnome-tweaks, run it and go to: "Keyboard and Mouse" and then for
> "Mouse Click Emulation" select "Area".
I will definitely do that. Thanks, Hans!
I confirm that both the two-finger click and using tweaks work.
Ted Roche & Associates, LLC
Ted Roche & Associates, LLC
Dell Inspiron 5558, upgraded from F28 to F29 and all seemed well, until I
noticed right mouse button on trackpad was not registering. With a cordless
Logitech mouse plugged in, right-mouse clicks bring up the appropriate
Running the "mouse and touchpad" app under devices in GNOME Settings show
both right and left mouse clicks detected as a primary button.
Tested GNOME on Xorg and Wayland.
I'd welcome suggestions on what I might try or look at for troubleshooting.
The logs include:
16:07:46 kernel: psmouse serio1: synaptics: Touchpad model: 1, fw: 8.1, id:
0x1e2b1, caps: 0xd00323/0x840300/0x12e800/0x0, board id: 3014, fw id:
16:07:46 kernel: psmouse serio1: synaptics: Your touchpad (PNP: DLLb6ae
PNP0f13) says it can support a different bus. If i2c-hid and hid-rmi are
not used, you might want to try setting psmouse.synaptics_intertouch to 1
and report this to linux-input(a)vger.kernel.org.
16:07:46 kernel: psmouse serio1: synaptics: queried min coordinates: x
[1278..], y [1206..]
16:07:46 kernel: psmouse serio1: synaptics: queried max coordinates: x
[..5664], y [..4648]
Ted Roche & Associates, LLC
My son recently built his own computer and still needs Windows 10 for some
games so when get got a new 2TB HD he installed Windows.
This weekend I walked him through installing Fedora. We resized the NTFS
partition and grabbed about 500GB for Fedora. The installation went
Upon reboot there was no GRUB menu. I know it's supposed to be hidden by
default but not if there are multiple OS's installed.
First nit... I wanted to turn off the hidden menu. I knew from a previous
list email and BZ that you shouldn't edit grubenv directly so I tried to do
it what I thought was the RIGHT way...
When I tried the logical way
# grub2-editenv set menu_auto_hide=0
I got an error. I thought it was odd but after looking at --help the
command goes at the end so I did:
# grub2-editenv menu_auto_hide=0 set
# grub2-editenv create
Now the grubenv only contains hashes. All the options are gone. Looking
Apparently if you don't want to specify the filename you need to use "-",
# grub2-editenv - set menu_auto_hide=0
Next the bigger problem:
I tried running grub2-mkconfig into a temporary file and OS prober is not
finding the Windows installation.
Going to check if both are booting UEFI or not... Could be the problem.
Fedora 29, x64
Heads up: if you read a zero length *.mp4 file with VLC, the error
windows will pop up, start to shimmer, eventually kill VLC,
and you will get Logged out -- losing everything you had open.
You can log back in, but nothing seems to work quite right until
I am not reporting it to VLC as they act like such jerks
when you do.
A computer without Microsoft is like
a chocolate cake without the mustard
I am running user in old fashion
I wanted that a user be able to do:
mount /dev/mapper/VolGrpUsr_DK0-home /mnt/USB
With visudo, I did
pdupre localhost=/usr/bin/mount /dev/mapper/VolGrpUsr_DK0-home /mnt/USB/
(pdupre is also member of pdupre
I tried also
%pdupre localhost=/usr/bin/mount /dev/mapper/VolGrpUsr_DK0-home /mnt/USB/)
But it does not work
/usr/bin/mount /dev/mapper/VolGrpUsr_DK0-home /mnt/USB
mount: only root can do that
sudo /usr/bin/mount /dev/mapper/VolGrpUsr_DK0-home /mnt/USB
[sudo] password for pdupre:
pdupre is not allowed to run sudo on Teucidide. This incident will be reported.
I also tried to put pdupre as member of wheel, but it does not help.
Where is my mistake?
Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdupre(a)gmx.com
I cannot change the root password:
# LANG=en_US.UTF-8 passwd
Changing password for user root.
Retype new password:
passwd: Authentication token manipulation error
I tried what is said here:
without success (I did not find tool pam-auth-update, it's probably ubuntu):
- mount -o remount,rw /
- chmod 640 /etc/shadow
I have a fedora29 system in our colo that's a few years old now and
just goes catatonic and stops responding after a few days. It's
happened a few times now, even with different kernels, so I suspect
it's a memory or hardware problem.
Is it possible to run memtest without having physical access to the
machine to insert a USB stick or CDROM?
After the machine reboots (via IPMI access), there's nothing in the
logs and no abrt-cli info on a kernel crash or other info I can find
about why it died.
What else can I do to troubleshoot this without having to drive to the
colo to check on it?
The last entry from journalctl just before it stopped responding was
just a regular nrpe entry, unrelated to the crash.
I've pasted the current dmesg output here:
Any ideas greatly appreciated.