Can someone explain this to me?
# rpm -q --whatrequires redhat-rpm-config
How does R-core, python27, and root-cling depend on redhat-rpm-config?
Is this a packaging bug?
Open source is the future. It sets us free.
I've noticed in system log the following message popping up from time
gnome-shell: libinput error: event5 - Kingsis mouse: client bug:
event processing lagging behind by 21ms, your system is too slow
What should I do about? What is the actual problem? Is my mouse too old
and needs to be replaced? It is not a bluetooth mouse, but one with a
I just installed mediawriter and noticed it is a Qt app. What
other popular apps are Qt in Fedora ?
I just read a year old article about that topic, about the adwaita-qt
thing, trying to make Qt apps look like gtk apps.
As of September 2020 and beyond, what is the general trend
about this topic ? Gnome apps have come along way right ?
Which ones are still better or preferred by Qt / KDE lovers ?
Krita ? Kdenlive ?
Are Qt5 apps lighter ? snappier ? or easier to code than the gtk 3
<y NFS is storing data in "/" instead of "home", what do i have wrong?
'df -h" shows the following:
/dev/mapper/fedora_localhost--live-root 69G 67G 0 100% /
tmpfs 1.8G 8.0K 1.8G 1% /tmp
/dev/sda2 976M 254M 655M 28% /boot
/dev/mapper/fedora_localhost--live-home 3.6T 4.8G 3.4T 1% /home
I need to fix it. I don't know where to look for my mistake, Obviously I
want to store files in the 3.4 TB partition not root.
Any help appreciated, Bob
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
FEDORA-32/64bit LINUX XFCE Fastmail POP
I now have six man-hours of web-surfing and emailing and playing
FreeCell and Mahjonng on my new Ryzen 3 1200AF computer,
( with Rawhide as the only OS. )
Rawhide got the new point-release of *systemd* today and has lots
of Gnome 3.38.0.x stuff now.
Based on my experience with the new Ryzen 3 1200AF, that is all one needs
if they are not doing anything fancy on their computer. The four
cores are churning at around 15% while several Firefox tabs are open
and a YouTube video is playing.
And right around 2.19 GB of RAM.
I was only able to get the RAM up to 2733 MHz, but that might
be due to me not having any clue how to properly over-clock the
RAM. My RAM profile is 3200. It might have something to do
with the Ryzen 3 1200 or the slots that I chose to put the memory sticks.
way, it is all over my I.Q., and not a concern at the moment.
I have not yet tried to over-clock the Ryzen 3, but I have a huge
air-cooler, so maybe someday.
Power Color Radeon 5500XT seems to be a good choice if you
can find one on sale, and you just want value. I won't be
able to post any gaming results.
I can only imagine next summer, people using Fedora 34, on
a really inexpensive Ryzen 3 computer. Hopefully, by then
I will still be in Rawhide, but on a Ryzen 5 or 7, with a 5700XT,
cause I like to be on the cutting edge when I play FreeCell. LOL !
Arcola, Texas USA
Have two machines running Fedora 32, and just noticed with the latest
update of tigervnc-server the vncserver is GONE?
Did a downgrade on both machines, and it is back and running just fine.
The one machine had rebooted, and therefor wasn't able to load the
server. The other machine still had the server running from before the
upgrade, so was able to vnc into it.
The file from the /usr/bin director was just no longer there. Tried a
reinstall, and still no file. Only the downgrade option restored it??
Not sure on how to report this. Didn't notice it until trying to vnc into
machine that had rebooted? The dnf whatprovides shows that the
program is included, so not sure what kind of error is in the latest
Thanks and be Safe...
Michael D. Setzer II - Computer Science Instructor (Retired)
Guam - Where America's Day Begins
G4L Disk Imaging Project maintainer
I was wondering if I could use my android tablet for drawing in Fedora?
There are a few apps on the google market allowing to send the commands,
for example, to host:port, but it requires drivers on the computer side. Is
there a solution for fedora? I'm specifically interested in using it for
Registered Linux User #487982.
Spandex is a privilege, not a right.
My Fedora network is:
Usually I run wayland, then I can share the laptop to the desktop.
If I try to share the desktop to the laptop after password request i get a
blak screen (but the mouse arrow is visible). If I start a Xorg session I
can share the desktop to the laptop even if it is ugly. any hint???
Linux Fedora 32