On 2021-10-18 08:41, Dorian ROSSE wrote:
> I was read llvm is a virtual manager for lang C and i was launch a lot
> of c scripts finaly did this work had crash my fedora server because
> they were too much c scripts ?
??? What are "c scripts"? What has the number of "c scripts" got to do
with Fedora crashing? It sounds like you corrupted your machine or
broke some hardware more than anything else.
Llvm is a compiler suite, and has nothing to do with VMs. This does not
make sense on multiple levels.
Not sure how to title this issue but I'd appreciate advice. A laptop
running F34 crashed last night and won't start properly since. The
only errors I can see and find in the logs indicate some unknown
issue mounting the /home filesystem. The system has /boot and an LVM
partition with / and /home. / and /boot mount successfully but the
startup drops to emergency mode. After I enter the root password,
I can run "vgchange -a y; mount /home" and /home is immediately
mounted successfully, no problem. I can then issue ^D and the boot
seems to complete. However, the network is not started and no gettys
are running on other PTYs.
It seems apparent to me that there is no problem with the LVM partition
or the /home filesystem. So I don't understand why startup is failing
nor how to discover the true cause.
BTW, and not likely related, but if I try to boot from the latest
kernel (5.14.11), the screen goes very dim after the mode is changed,
making it very hard to see what is going on, and the keys to brighten
the display seem inoperative. Booting from kernel 5.13.19 doesn't
have that effect though the same startup problem happens.
Off to get a COVID booster in the morning so further investigation will
continue after I return.
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Is there any trick to speeding up and xrdp server?
I can watch the pages paint. Windows machines
on the same network with RDP server set up are
twice a fast. AND THAT IS NOT RIGHT!
the connection will be closed
I use NFS mount (defaults so V4) /home directories with a simple server
over Gigabit Ethernet all running Fedora33. This has been working fine
for 25+ years through various Fedora versions. However in the last month
or so all of the client computers are getting KDE GUI lockups every few
hours that last for around 40 secs. /home is not accessible during this
time and it feels/looks to be an NFS lockup issue. There are no "NFS
server no responding" or such like messages in either the servers or
clients /var/log/messages and the network communications seems fine.
1. Have there been some changes to NFS recently in the kernel ?
2. Any idea where to begin to try and debug this ?
I'm trying to install the liberation fonts in F33.
I've run fc-cache after install, but xfontsel does
not see the new font.
I have tried different things, all of which either
do not work or give unexpected results.
I've copied the liberation fonts to ~/.fonts, run
mkfontdir and mkfontscale in the directory, and run
"xset +fp ~/.fonts". I can verify that the font path
has been updated by running "xset -q fp". When I
run fc-cache again, it says that it added the font (or
that the cache already contained the font), but xfontsel
does not show it. Oddly, after running fc-cache, the
fontpath shown by "xset -q fp" is reset and no longer has
the entry for ~/.fonts.
(Same more or less if I add /usr/share/fonts/liberation*.)
I've tried to reset the default font path by adding
an entry under /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d with a Files section
and added FontPath, but that seems to be ignored in xset.
There are links under /etc/X11/fontpath.d to the liberation
I'm running Fedora 33 with KDE. Any suggestions?
I am wondering why fedora packagers limit the capabilities of softwares:
I installed blender from fedora repo (f34) version 2.93.5. It is
impossible to enable the graphical acceleration of my graphic card
(nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti).
I went to blender official site and got the same version of blender
and.... graphical acceleration is set without any problem.
Why this difference?
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I usually use the net installer, but it's possible that I used the
Workstation live to install F34 on this system. I noticed Thunderbird
seemed to be a bit strange, not integrated well. For example, I
couldn't open pdf files normally. I couldn't pick the pdf viewer, only
an option to use the default system opener or save the file. I
discovered what had happened when I tried to update it and dnf said it
wasn't installed. It took a while, but eventually I figured out that it
was a flatpack. I would never intentionally install a flatpack,
particularly when there's a perfectly good rpm available.
So my question is, how did Thunderbird get installed as a flatpack? Is
that the default for the workstation install now?
When I opened Gnome Software, it gave me the initial welcome dialog, so
I didn't use that to install it. I did use that to remove the flatpack
and I could see that it would be very easy to accidentally install the
flatpack version instead of the rpm one.