i've problem with my firewall. i think that, it filter my outgoing
packets. if i enable firewall in system-config-securitylevel, then a lot
of my outgoing connections are filtered.
[user@comp ~]$ ftp 18.104.22.168
Connected to 22.214.171.124.
220 (vsFTPd 1.2.1)
530 Please login with USER and PASS.
530 Please login with USER and PASS.
Name (126.96.36.199:user): user
331 Please specify the password.
230 Login successful.
Remote system type is UNIX.
Using binary mode to transfer files.
227 Entering Passive Mode (1,2,3,4,43,196)
ftp: connect: No route to host
Passive mode off.
200 PORT command successful. Consider using PASV.
150 Here comes the directory listing.
(no reply for a long time)
I have to use passive mode, becouse i'm behind another hw firewall. In
FC2 i haven't problem with that. i was trying to search some
informations on google, but i wasn't lucky.
thank you for some advice.
I believe that in the next iteration of Fedora Core (Fedora Core 4),
there should be an automatic installation of a CUPS server where it
automatically installs the printer that is attached to the machine as well as
allows any other machine on a LAN to print to it. This is the case with
Mandrake Linux as well as some other distributions of Linux.
I just got a brand new SamSung 213T LCD monitor and a Matrox G450 MMS
graphics card and it doesn't want to play on the DVI interface. When I
used the analog input all is well at 1600x1200. What a beautiful
In order to get the DVI going is there a special configuration in the
What might cause me not to be able to connect to http://localhost:631
I deleted all httpd logs, restarted with `service httpd restart' Then
started mozilla and tried http://locahost:631. I get the
administation page but any attempt to click on the links gets a dialog
`The connection was refused when attempting to contact http://localhost:631'
Well actually the link for downloading new software works ok but no
Nothing appears in error_log eventhough I've set the debug flag in
It appears to be something unrelated to httpd that's causing the problem.
> > I backed up /etc, /var and /usr to another drive,
> How did you back up /usr?
cp -a /mnt/l2/usr/* /mnt/linux/usr/
All filestamps and such were kepts and checked.
> > detached the lot and reinstalled FC3 clean.
> Contrary to what that name may suggest any stuff in /usr which
> is not /usr/local basically is not yours.
I know ;-)
> > -> ldconfig
> > /sbin/ldconfig: /usr/lib/libwx_base_xml-2.5.so.2 is not a symbolic link
> > /sbin/ldconfig: /usr/lib/libamu.so.2 is not a symbolic link
> Removing all files from that list, i.e. things like
> "/usr/lib/libamu.so.2" and not /sbin/ldconfig and reruning
> 'ldconfig' should fix that. Probably better do that
> after 'telinit 1'. But that means that you really did not
> "reinstal FC3 clean"
I installed FC3 clean from the CDs - wiped the partitions, selected
packages, you know, did it clean.
The only ldconfig I have are in /sbin/ldconfig. I log in as me and the
su, sbin is not on the path, so I have to run /sbin/ldconfig.
> > ImportError: /usr/lib/librpm-4.3.so: undefined symbol: rpm_execcon
> Possibly caused by errors in ldconfig run; but what about 'rpm -V yum'?
That rpm wasn't installed!
> Essentially your system should check clean with 'rpm -Va' (some
> timestamp differences and changes in log and configuration files
> will be ok). Redirect an output to a file and check later.
It is coming up with a lot of prelink errors
/usr/lib/libkscan.so.1.0.0: at least of file's dependencies has changed
Could my problems just be that prelink needs to be run again? If it is,
how do I do that?
"I'm gonna hit the highway like a bat out of hell with a Cilla Black fan
on the bike" - Meatloaf
I didn't see this in bugzilla, but then again it may be a "We don't
officially support JFS" issue.
I have several large JFS partitions andon every fecdora (and in rawhide
now) there is an issue that if the machien is uncleanly shut down, I have
to mount the drives manually at boot-up.
To be clear:
JFS doesn't auto-replay journal upon mounting, you have to run fsck.jfs to
do that. I added hacks to my rc.local, but that doesn't help anyone else.
Ever since IBM wrote the jfs drivers there has always been the problem
that drives are not checked unless they have to be there. I use jfs on
both fixed and removable drives. These get checked in FC3 without
manual intervention but only if they are listed as drives that must be
there for the system to run. If one of these jfs drives isn't there
then the system won't boot. This is true even if the jfs drive has
nothing to do with the system. If the drive is removable and is not
required to be there then you will need to run any checks manually or
On keyboard preference --> layout, the error below will be generated when choosing language such as French Canadian or Japanese
Error activating XKB configuration.
Probably internal X server problem.
X server version data:
The X.Org Foundation
If you report this situation as a bug, please include:
- The result of xprop -root | grep XKB
- The result of gconftool-2 -R /desktop/gnome/peripherals/keyboard/xkb
Is there a workaround on that issue?
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