I have been using ethernet up to now. I went to enable the wifi, to see
no wifi listed.
It has been too long since I have had to do this troubleshooting. Can
some point me to what I need to look at to find what the Fedora thinks
is the wifi?
I have recently begun to use again gnome session and I have reinstalled
I see that nautilus depends on tracker and so the reinstall put in tracker
and its things
And this morning in my F28 system with SSD disk (I don't imagine on a
normal sata based environment) I had to kill tracker-extract and
tacker-miner processes because they hogged my cpu for several minutes..
Searching with google I found different info about disabling (or at least
calm down) tracker, but they all seem not updated, in the sense that
several commands/services are not present in my f28 environment.
Any pointer about configuring and/or disabling it?
Thanks in advance,
is anyone using Anydesk or could test it ?
since the F31-updates during the last week I'm unable to work with anydesk anymore.
I'm using Xorg not wayland.
During the start of an connection a completely blank dialog box pops up.
Usually it's an dialog to allow the connection attempt on the remote box.
Connection between F31 => Windows works.
Connection between F31 <= Windows does not !
Connections between F31 <=> F31 do not !
It is sufficing to try a F31 connection to the *same* machine to see to empty dialog box.
Does anyone know to debug this ?
Against which component should I fill a bug report ?
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I already complained about the following issue, and I submitted the bug to bugzilla
If I have an open gnome session which turns to sleep because of a lack of
activity. Then, if a sshfs connection stalls, there is no way to relogin
through the gnome-session.
The only option that I have is to kill -9 -1 through a terminal tty
the gnome session, but I lost all the session.
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Hello. Fedora 31 (AMD64) and Chromium 78, I have installed following packages on the system, but still MP4-H264 is not supported by Chromium:
VLC + MPV + GNOME-MPV (celluloid) and their dependencies. gstreamer1-plugin-openh264, gstreamer1-libav, gstreamer1-plugins-ugly
I have seen < https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/quick-docs/installing-chromium-or-go... > but widevine plugin is not easy accessibale, I just want a routine MP4 playback.
* chromium-libs-media-freeworld * is one version behind latest version (77) and requies downgrading to Chromium 77! while 78 is latest version.
There was no clear and straightforward instruction on the web.
Just updated FC30->FC31. Now I'm in a soft lockup boot loop.
Since I can't boot, no logs.
Just before the lockup:
random: crng init done
random: 7 urandom warning(s) missed due to ratelimiting
watchdog: BUG: soft lockup - CPU#0 stuck for 23s!
It sits for a while, then reboots. Rinse and repeat.
I've tried nomodeset as a kernel parameter. No joy.
Any suggestions appreciated.
Jakub Jelen wrote on 27-NOV-2019 13:20:25.09
>On Tue, 2019-11-26 at 13:27 +0100, Jouk Jansen wrote:
>> Question : why does is work with just running "/usr/sbin/sshd" but
>> not with
>> "systemctl start sshd" ?
>This sounds like an issue with selinux permissions on the authorizied
>keys file or path to it. Configure sshd to run in debug mode by setting
>LogLevel DEBUG3 in sshd_config, restart the service and retry. The logs
>will show up in journal and in /var/log/secure pointing the reason why
>your key was rejected.
You are right. I switched selinux off (setenforce 0) and the problem is
gone. I could not find an entry in the journalctl -e output (but maybe I
overlooked (too many records)). Perhaps I should look in the selinux logs,
but where do I find them?
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On 11/29/19 1:08 PM, sean darcy wrote:
> On 11/29/19 3:14 PM, Samuel Sieb wrote:
>> On 11/29/19 9:58 AM, Sean Darcy wrote:
>>> Just updated FC30->FC31. Now I'm in a soft lockup boot loop.
>>> Since I can't boot, no logs.
>>> watchdog: BUG: soft lockup - CPU#0 stuck for 23s!
>>> It sits for a while, then reboots. Rinse and repeat.
>> Interesting that it eventually reboots itself.
>>> I've tried nomodeset as a kernel parameter. No joy.
>>> Any suggestions appreciated.
>> Have you tried removing the "rhgb quiet" from the end to get more
>> kernel output?
>> Have you tried booting one of the F30 kernels instead?
> Taken rhgb quiet out, and tried the fc30 kernel. No joy.
> It reboots itself after about 2 or 3 minutes. Continuously.
That makes it sound more like a hardware problem. There were no other
messages? You tried the oldest kernel in the grub list? My only other
suggestion would be to try a F30 live boot image.
I have a new 2TB SSD I want to configure as root+home, with an extra
partition for a Windows VM. My current setup is:
/dev/sda (an older 120GB SSD) which currently has /boot and / via LVM:
/dev/sda1 2048 1230847 1228800 600M EFI System
/dev/sda2 1230848 3327999 2097152 1G Linux filesystem
/dev/sda3 3328000 234440703 231112704 110.2G Linux LVM
$ df -h
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
devtmpfs 7.7G 0 7.7G 0% /dev
tmpfs 7.7G 214M 7.5G 3% /dev/shm
tmpfs 7.7G 1.7M 7.7G 1% /run
/dev/mapper/fedora_localhost--live-root 68G 27G 38G 41% /
tmpfs 7.7G 87M 7.7G 2% /tmp
/dev/sda2 976M 233M 677M 26% /boot
/dev/sda1 599M 20M 580M 4% /boot/efi
/dev/sdb1 1.9T 1.5T 372G 81% /home
tmpfs 1.6G 96K 1.6G 1% /run/user/1000
/dev/sdb is an ext4 HDD with /home
/dev/sdc is a Windows HDD I mostly use under QEMU/KVM though can also
This disk will be replaced by the new and larger SSD. My first thought
was to use dd to clone the 3 partitions of the old SSD onto 3
identically-sized partitions on the new one, then add extra partitions
for /home (which will shrink in size after splitting off a bunch of
media files) and the Windows installation. The new SSD will then
replace the old one, which will be retired.
Will this work without adjusting the EFI setup or grub2? If not, what
other steps are required? Clearly /etc/fstab would also need some
editing but I'm comfortable with that. EFI is the kicker as I've only
just started to use it and really don't know what I'm doing.