Hi Ed ,
When running hp-toolbox I get the message "dbus initialisation : error
Running hp-check on USB Discovered scanner devices the laptop camera AND
the scanner HP4620
Running hp-check on WLAN Discovered scanner devices the laptop camera BUT
NOT the scanner HP4620 .
On USB all functions do well , On WLAN all functions , except one
(SCANNING) do well .
For me this is an enigma because a Wifi communication must be present ; So
the only problem must be the the scandevice is not requinised or the
scandriver is not installed !
Ger van Dijck.
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I have persistent problems with small USB hard drives that I use for
backup. The backup utility is the rsnapshot, which is set up to back
up my system incrementally every day starting about 3:00am. The backup
fails occasionally; when this happens the drive's file system is
usually corrupted, which can be repaired using fsck. So far, there has
been no perceptible loss of data.
The drive also produces an occasional beeping sound: pitch about 340
cps (my best guess using a tuner), lasting about 250 msec. The beeps
happen when the drive is in use, particularly when it's busy, and never
when the drive is starting up. The problem has happened on at least 4
different drives:WD My Passport 1 Tb
Seagate Backup Plus 2 Tb
Seagate Ultra Slim 2 TbSeagate Ultra Slim 2 Tb (replacement for
above)It starts about 6 months to a year after the drive goes into use
and persists thereafter. When the problem gets bad, I replace the
The latest drive is a replacement given to me by Seagate; they said
that the drive had failed and had to be replaced, which they did, since
it was still under warranty. It's not exactly new by refurbished. It
started to beep after being used for about 4 days.
Does anyone have an idea what's going on or how to prevent it?
Many Thanks - Jon
Anyone know where Nautilus (gnome files) mounts MTP
gvfs is empty. 500 is my user number.
And Nautilus work fine with my cell phone
A computer without Microsoft is like
a chocolate cake without the mustard
i have a static ip from att & am looking to make internet access safer.
i have been working to be able to ask questions that arent too stupid.
i wonder if anyone out there that has this working would be willing to chat?
how about DNSSEC ?
I'm hoping it is possible to have audio in apps when you run
$ sudo -u aUser yourApp
$ xhost +; sudo su aUser
And I've followed this:
but failed to have that Firefox, etc with audio/sound.
Any of you guys knows whether it's possible to make it work?
Maybe if not as system-wide daemon then by allowing other
user to access your user pulseaudio session?
many thanks, L.
>Ed Greshko <ed.greshko(a)greshko.com> wrote:
>Well, it is possible that the printers are defined such that cups can
>access them but not
>in such a way that hplip recognizes them.
The scanner portion of the All-In-One machines is not handled by cups.
If the OP runs hp-setup, selects 'Network' then 'Advanced' and 'Manual
Discovery' and enters the IP address of the printer, it will be
discovered, and the URI will be shown, something like:
Model Host Name Device URI
HP Laserjet 3055 192.168.1.12 hp:/net/HP_Laserjet_3055?ip=192.168.1.12
Write down the URI. You can continue to set up the printer and fax as
you wish. Your system now knows where the scanner 'is' and hp-scan
should work without specifying the --device=<name> parameter.
HP-scan appears to only do one page at a time. You cannot use the adf
feature and get tiff/png outputs.
The hp scanning structure (and Hp-scan) is SANE based so scanimage is
instakked and works. It is easy to use in a script so you don't have to
remember the settings! Batch settings allow you to set the page start,
page count and count direction: +2 for the front of double sided pages
and -2 for the stack flipped over. These are not available with hp-scan.
Note that the command api is NOT the same with hp-scan, nor as featured.
My record is something above 300 pages in one pass with scanimage.
gscan2pdf is used to create the pdf file later, maybe after a pass using
unpaper to straighten the images, adjust contrast or whatever.
# script 'scanner'
# takes 5 parameters
echo -e " Please wait while scanning commences.......\n"
# letter is -y 280, legal is -y 355
scanimage --device-name=$hp --source auto --resolution 150 --format
tiff --mode Color --contrast 125 -x 220 -y 290 --batch=$2%d.tiff
--batch-start=$3 --batch-count=$4 --batch-increment=$5
On 3/5/19 8:28 AM, Igor Gnatenko wrote:
> I've prepared PR for new version of minetest:
> I'll merge it later this week and build for F30 and F31. It also
> involves License change but it was just incorrect even before.
> I'll also probably make a module out of it so it would be available in
> F28/F29 too.
> See changelog here:
One important point is that they changed major versions because there
are some not backwards-compatible changes. You can't connect to a
version 5 server with an older client.
(Copied to users list as well.)
I am hoping I am missing something fairly obvious but it would appear any interaction via command line (or if overridden by another application policy) with a site presenting TLSv1/SSLv3 initially is completely broken in F29
Since I upgraded to F29, any site I come across via SSL functionality (ex: github) that initially presents TLSv1/SSLv3, my commands will forcefully exit with a generic error message
> curl https://github.com
curl: (35) error:1425F175:SSL routines:ssl_choose_client_version:inappropriate fallback
> openssl s_client -connect github.com:443
139888006719296:error:1425F175:SSL routines:ssl_choose_client_version:inappropriate fallback:ssl/statem/statem_lib.c:1929:
So I dug around a little bit and noticed it was because, in this example, github was first offering TLSv1/SSLv3
SSL handshake has read 3582 bytes and written 415 bytes
New, TLSv1/SSLv3, Cipher is ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256
Server public key is 2048 bit
Secure Renegotiation IS supported
No ALPN negotiated
Protocol : TLSv1.2
Cipher : ECDHE-RSA-AES128-GCM-SHA256
However, because there is a StrongCryptoSettings set to disallow < TLS 1.2, it completely bombs out of the low level C functions with this obscure message. When I forcefully disable access to TLSv1 or 1.1 I can see that support for renegotiation is off but I can now communicate securely with github
> openssl s_client -connect github.com:443 -no_tls1 -no_tls1_1 -no_tls1
SSL handshake has read 3621 bytes and written 382 bytes
New, TLSv1.3, Cipher is TLS_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
Server public key is 2048 bit
Secure Renegotiation IS NOT supported
No ALPN negotiated
Early data was not sent
Verify return code: 0 (ok)
Post-Handshake New Session Ticket arrived:
Protocol : TLSv1.3
Cipher : TLS_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
My thought is that a better implementation would be to yes, continue to NOT support TLSv1/SSLv3 but do support renegotiating to > 1.2 rather than obscurely bombing out entirely...
So can anyone point me in the right direction to get this working again? I've reached out to github about the TLSv1/SSLv3 thing but I need a stopgap anyway. I cant seem to find a way to make git commands use something other than what openssl negotiates but if openssl libraries are bombing out before renegotiation then there seems to be very little I can do and I cant locate this policy that is referenced here https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/StrongCryptoSettings2
On fedora 29 a file is missing to activate opencl with nvidia cards:
Without this file (inside, one line: libnvidia-opencl.so.1) darktable,
for instance, is unable to activate opencl.
Once upon a time this file used to exist on fedora (26? 27?) I don't
Could this be corrected?
PS I know, this mail should have been posted on rpmfusion forum, but I
can't post anything on this forum: mailman is not activated.... I don't
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Today March third was a total waste of my time!!!
I attempted to down load and install your Fedora 28 release.
Over the course of the day I was able to install the build, add the
packages that i needed and
update the software. After spending the day installing and configuring
the software I attempted
a reboot. Result the system booted up to a blank grey screen! No error
messages no nothing.
Lets face the facts YOU HAVE A QUALITY PROBLEM!!! Fix it!
I have been able to successfully load and make use of CentOS,
Debian, and Ubantu releases
over the past 20 years with no problems!
But I have had only intermittent success with Fedora versions after 14.
You have a severe quality problem fix it.
A dedicated CentOS user.