I'm currently running FC5, will probably upgrade to F7 in a couple of months.
Unfortunately my CD/DVD rewriter appears to have died, before it's
even seen a dual layer disk :'(
SATA hard drives run without problems for me, but now that SATA
optical drives are starting to appear in the shops, would it be OK to
buy one of these and get rid of another wide ribbon cable?
Is anybody already running them with Fedora?
Thanks for any advice/experiences.
On Tue, 2020-04-28 at 16:45 +0000, david richyad wrote:
> cisco ise helps safeguard your business. It lets you control access throughout your network, see the user and device details, and stop/contain any threats. You can also use it to enforce security policies throughout your network. As a result, it helps prevent any technical issues and strengthens your cybersecurity measures. In short, you can manage your network security with more ease. Everything can be handled in one place, as opposed to needing multiple different applications open at once.
Does this have anything to do with Fedora? Advertising is not
acceptable on this list.
I have both MATE and Xfce installed. If I boot
into MATE, such that Xfce is not running, or not
start a GUI at all, how do I do a group reinstall
Computers are like air conditioners.
They malfunction when you open windows
Whenever I try to print from Okular, a box with this message appears:
There are conflicts in duplex settings. Do you want to fix them?
And printing is in fact funky: the options for double sided printing:
are strange. The option "Long Side Printing" is selected (though greyed
out); the option "Off" is selectable, but if selected, no other option
can be selected afterward. Firefox doesn't allow control of duplex
printing using its native print dialog, but duplex can be controlled
using the system dialog.
Does anyone know what's going on or how to fix it.
HP Color Laserjet M255dw
Operating System: Fedora Linux 36
KDE Plasma Version: 5.25.4
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.97.0
Qt Version: 5.15.5
Kernel Version: 5.19.4-200.fc36.x86_64 (64-bit)
Graphics Platform: X11
Processors: 8 × Intel® Core™ i7-4790K CPU @ 4.00GHz
Memory: 15.5 GiB of RAM
Graphics Processor: Mesa Intel® HD Graphics 4600
Sincerely Jonathan Ryshpan <jonrysh(a)pacbell.net>
Three percent exceeds 2 percent by 50 percent,
not by 1 percent.
I have added a line to /etc/fstab:
/dev/mapper/imgs /mnt/imgs ext4 noauto,noexec,nodev 0 0
I have run "systemctl daemon-reload"
After a reboot, the command "mount /mnt/imgs" still returns the message:
Mount: (hint) your fstab has been modified, but systemd still uses
the old version; use 'systemctl daemon-reload' to reload.
This is Fedora 36, fully updated. What am I missing?
Bob Nichols "NOSPAM" is really part of my email address.
Do NOT delete it.
f36, just updated and received thunderbird-librnp-rnp-102.2.0-1.fc36.x86_64
tb brings up the expected display but no input is accepted. The process is shown as running with 100% CPU
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
72149 eyal 20 0 4075036 772700 223612 R 100.3 2.4 5:26.57 thunderbird
It will not refresh(*) the panel and will start responding after about 1h.
[later] I see the panel was refreshed after 50m
but input was still not accepted and the display will not refresh. It resolved after 70m.
After this is seems to be OK, I can read mail etc.
To be sure, I made a copy of the profile where I deleted all the .msf files and observed the same thing.
I tried this a few times.
It is not just a one-off post-upgrade process. After it recovers and works, if I shut tb down and launch it
then it repeats the problem.
There are not too many emails here, maybe a few tens of thousand totaling just over 1GB (a few mailing lists).
My main mail client is on another machine, still running tb 91, and not showing this problem.
Searching the 'net I did not find a relevant report, where should I look?
BTW, after reading the release notes, seeing the structural changes, I wonder if it is at all possible
to downgrade to v91?
(*) "not refreshed" means the panel is not painted after minimize/restore, showing only a border.
Eyal Lebedinsky (fedora(a)eyal.emu.id.au)
/etc/extlinux.conf is flagged as missing, the file is displayed in
red and the link is shown in white text on a red background. As
mentioned in another thread on this list that file actually is missing.
/etc/grub2.cfg and /etc/grub2-efi.cfg both of which point to the
same file also display the same way as /etc/extlinux.conf, but in this
case the file pointed to actually does exist, and is linking to
/boot/grub2/grub.cfg, which I regularly write to with sudo and
grub2-mkconfig, but I have also found that I need to use sudo to browse
/boot/grub2. Is it normal for links to be flagged as missing when sudo
is required to list the contents of the directory and why is sudo
required to list the contents of /boot/grub2 when I don't need sudo to
list the contents of /boot? /boot/efi seems to be in the same situation.
A few basic things have changed in F36 such as terminal notification,
default text editor and more... most of it is nice to have but I really
suffer from 2 things I use plenty everyday: the (default) text editor
and the image viewer.
So I'd like to know if it's possible to just open an empty text file
with no name when launching the text editor?
Likewise I'd like to know if it's possible to have the image size in the
'footer' as it used to be rather than having to 2 times to get image
properties and have the image window size reduced by half because of
that? Also is it possible to actually open images at a specific ratio
rather than what the app has decided? I'm looking for 100% but... you
know.. is there a setting for that?
Also, and that is not new, but since I'm in default settings... can
document viewer not show the document index in a left-side panel as it
always do (and I always press F9 to close it)?
I think that'll be all for today.