I am trying to SSH from my virtual image to the host system and get
I have tried connecting to the systems' IP addr and the gateway IP addr
for the virtual host. Still connection refused.
I can SSH to my host from another with no trouble.
What am I missing?
It seems like the term "network printer" often refers to printers which
are connected to a computer, which then shares that printer out to the
network. There are tomes and tomes of arcane configuration manuals for
getting this sort of printing to work. However, there are also printers
with ethernet ports, and I would like to know if anyone has experience
getting one of these kinds of printers to work on Linux. Do you just
plug the printer in to your network, turn it on, and see it appear in
print dialogs on your computer, or is the process more involved than that?
Terveisin / Regards,
Dnfdragora shows the above message when run from the CLI after it
has parsed all the available repositories. How do I identify whether it
is an issue with one of the repositories being used (without disabling
all repositories or moving them to another directory) or whether it is
an internal error?
The chronyd working
[root@desk mythcat]# systemctl status chronyd
● chronyd.service - NTP client/server
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/chronyd.service; enabled;
I don't find the driftfile command , why ?
[root@desk mythcat]# driftfile /var/lib/ntp/drift
bash: driftfile: command not found
I've got a new ThinkPad P1 and want to install Fedora 32 on it. I prepared a USB stick with the workstation ISO from https://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/releases/32/Workstati... .
I boot from it and opt to test the media. Testing is very very slow and fails after %004.9 or so. "Faulty media", you'd guess. However the same USB stick passes just fine when sticking it into my older ThinkPad T460p. "Faulty USB port on the P1 machine", you'd guess. However, the P1 machine boots well when sticking to it a Windows 10 boot media (please don't ask me why I have that available).
Has anybody seen something like this, or has a clue that would help me put Fedora on my P1?
Recently I needed to fsck my /home partition to get the kernel to boot.
No problem, as I was unable to boot from the LiveCD and umount the
But what if the problem was with the root? LiveCD has that one mounted
and in use.
In days gone by, there was a rescue mode on the Fedora install disk. No
more, it seems.
Is there a solution for this?
I was getting an infinite number of "Maybe the cable is bad"
errors in dmesg about a usb port.
It insisted on referring to "usb2-port5" when everything
else in linux talks about things like 0000:00:14.0
or lsusb says things like Bus 001 Device 004.
Is there some reference somewhere on the internet
to translate between all the different ways
linux talks about usb ports? It would be really handy
to be able to know what it is talking about instead
of having to unplug every usb cable one at a time.
Bus 002 Device 005: ID 045b:0210 Hitachi, Ltd
is an external usb disk and is definitely NOT
the usb2-port5 it was yelling about. That message
finally stopped when I unplugged a USB hub
that lsusb didn't mention 2 or 5 about :-(.
(I think I plugged a well and truly broken usb
device into the hub a day or so ago and it permanently
confused it till I unplugged the hub - that device
now resides in the electronics recycle bin at
the nearby dump :-).
I would like to enable the mouse middle-button to paste what is
selected. It worked fine before, but not now. I do not know whether
the cause is that the mouse is a different one or some configuration
Thanks in advance,
Can someone tell me how to make this work?
[root@WS1 bobg]# livecd-iso-to-disk
ERROR: '/run/media/bobg/4C60-B824' is not a block device
I found this in my notes, apparently Sam Sieb suggested it as a method
of writing to a storage device, a flash drive in this case.
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
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