In my Fedora 24 there are a lot of duplicates, i.e. multiple versions of
the same file (one or even two old versions and one new version). Which
made correct upgrading to Fedora 25 impossible.
Does there exist an easy and simple way (e.g. in DNF) to remove ALL old
versions in ONE step? Or have I to remove them all one by one?
Thank your for your help
After upgrading from fedora 24 to 25 on a mbp mid 2010, i had the gray
screen with nothing happening. Pressed enter, enter my password and the
fedora wallpaper appeared. I found out that fedora thinks that my screen is
a secondary screen. Mirrored the screen and everything is back to "normal".
I am guessing that since the computer has two GPUs, it selects one as a
primary screen and the other one as a connected display port.
Whenever i restart, i need to login without seeing the login screen but
when my session loads, everything is ok. No external screen should be
activated when login in.
This is my first contribution to the linux community so let me know if i
did not follow the usual procedure.