I am not able to install the java compiler on fedora (
I read that fedora not support directly gcj ...
So I try to work around, to install it indirectly, but I have to much
problem to find the necessary dependencies...
Ho to do ?
any advice will welcome
Anyone know what happened to wireshark-qt? I looked at the devel list and was
only able to find wireshark-gtk being dropped, with the possible renaming of
John M. Harris, Jr. <johnmh(a)splentity.com>
I'd like to ask about mod_authnz_pam. I've trying to test a
very simple config, like here:
You can see I'm trying dovecot's pam.
But this fails:
check pass; user unknown
password check failed for user (me)
pam_unix(dovecot:auth): authentication failure; logname=
uid=48 euid=48 tty= ruser= rhost=10.3.1.21 user=me
This should be simple and should work, right?
many thanks, L.
F28 Pgadmin4 experience out of the box is not good for me
sudo dnf install pgadmin4
"An error occurred initialising the application server: Failed to launch
the application server, server thread exiting."
I already had a similar problem with official rpm package in F25, this
looks exactly the same. Anyone else?
I setup my first Fedora 29 server (for FreeIPA).
Now I need to copy a file to another client.
When I execute scp I get this in terminal (after entering password) and file is not transferred:
[admin@pc7-cubi3 ~]$ scp firstname.lastname@example.org:/tmp/client1.keytab krb5.keytab
The authenticity of host 'ipa-master.biszumbitterenen.de (192.168.100.252)' can't be established.
\033[0m\033[1;34m /:-------------:\ \033[0m\033[1;34m locadmin\033[0m\033[1m(a)\033[0m\033[0m\033[1;34mipa-master.biszumbitterenen.de\033[0m
I didn't experience any similar issue on other Linux distros (Arch, Debian, Suse).
Can you please advise what's causing this error?
I have a desktop and a laptop, both with fully updated Fedora 29. The
laptop is a fresh installation while the desktop has been upgraded from
previous versions of Fedora. And I have Josm installed on both.
Now the problem is that on the desktop Josm has become really slow. You
need some serious patience to use it. On the laptop it works fine as it
did on the desktop before. I've tried to reinstall Josm, but that
Josm is a Java application.
Any idea what could be wrong?
Does anyone have suggestions for easily simulating a missing volume in
LVM on bare metal? I'm trying to test behaviour like a network
attached physical volume going missing (actually, a network mounted
virtual disc image). The normal loopback approach to testing falls a
bit short, while overwriting the file can corrupt the PV, removing it
seems very hard, as even force removing the loop device seems to leave
it connected to the file handle, meaning a reboot is required to
really clear things, and so at the minute I can only test what happens
if a drive is missing after boot, rather than disappears during
operation. (A bit easier to do with discs on a VM, but doing testing
on a laptop.)
I currently run a couple of VMs (one Windows 10 and one Fedora Server)
under QEMU/KVM. I wanted to create a new one and got this:
Unable to complete install: 'internal error: process exited while connecting to monitor: 2018-12-31T14:23:14.816147Z qemu-system-x86_64: can't apply global IvyBridge-IBRS-x86_64-cpu.osxsave=on: Property '.osxsave' not found'
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtManager/asyncjob.py", line 75, in cb_wrapper
callback(asyncjob, *args, **kwargs)
File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtManager/create.py", line 2559, in _do_async_install
File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtinst/guest.py", line 465, in start_install
File "/usr/share/virt-manager/virtinst/guest.py", line 401, in _create_guest
domain = self.conn.createXML(install_xml or final_xml, 0)
File "/usr/lib64/python3.7/site-packages/libvirt.py", line 3718, in createXML
if ret is None:raise libvirtError('virDomainCreateXML() failed', conn=self)
libvirt.libvirtError: internal error: process exited while connecting to monitor: 2018-12-31T14:23:14.816147Z qemu-system-x86_64: can't apply global IvyBridge-IBRS-x86_64-cpu.osxsave=on: Property '.osxsave' not found
The last line is the key. This is similar to a bug I had a while back and reported at the time:
When it happened before I edited the XML file to remove the .osxsave
flag and that solved the problem. However now it's happening with a
fresh VM so there's no XML file to edit. Note that the new VM is a
small Windows test install with no special configuration, i.e.
everything just uses the default settings.
I've posted about this on the VFIO list but haven't received a solution
so far. See
I just upgraded to F29 from F28 yesterday.
The current kernel that I am running according to uname -r is:
However when I run "dnf upgrade" today I get the following dependencies
to be installed:
kernel-core x86_64 4.19.13-
300.fc29 updates 25 M
kernel-devel x86_64 4.19.13-
300.fc29 updates 13 M
kernel-modules x86_64 4.19.13-
300.fc29 updates 28 M
kernel-modules-extra x86_64 4.19.13-
300.fc29 updates 2.2 M
kernel 4.19.13-300.fc29 appears to be a downgrade from the kernel that
I am currently booting into. Is this right? And If not any
I just installed Fedora29 on my brand new HP laptop. The installation
went fine, and Fedora comes up fine. However, I was trying to install
it as a dual boot machine, and the Windows option does not come up
either with a "normal" grub bootup or when I choose boot options in
THe box has hybrid drive -- 256G SSD and 1 TB regular. I'm installing
everything on the SSD right now, and then will link out stuff or
repartition just a bit to move things to the 1 TB drive. But I thought
I'd just stick to the SSD for installation to minimize hassles.
I didn't delete or overwrite the EFI partition, and /boot/efi has what
appears to be old HP, Microsoft, and Boot directories in addition to
the new fedora directory.
The only thing that was unusual in this installation was that I got the
warning that because I was using GPT, I had to create a 1 MB
bootsomethingsomething partition -- which I did.
So, now my drive looks like:
partition name fs mount sz flags
/dev/nvme0n1p1 EFI fat32 /boot/efi 260 MB boot,esp
/dev/nvme0n1p2 MS reserved unknown 16 MB msftres
/dev/nvme0n1p3 basic data ntfs 60 GB msftdata
/dev/nvme0n1p5 grub2.core.img 2 MB bios_grub
/dev/nvme0n1p6 lvm2 pv fedora 55.89 GB lvm
/dev/nvme0n1p4 basic data ntfs 980 MB hidden,diag
There's about 121 unallocated GB on the SSD, and the 1 TB drive isn't
Eventually, this will be a triple boot system, with the other OS being
qubesOS. However, I need a vanilla Fedora boot option because qubesOS
won't support some graphics I need for some apps. But, I usually
install the Qubes stuff last, since it's such a joy.
So, I have two questions:
1) WHat is this 1 M bootsomethingsomething I had to make? It looks
like it turned into something called bios_grub. I've never had to do
2) Can someone point me to resources to learn how to troubleshoot
making grub see my Windows stuff? Or give me any ideas?