I use gnome-system-monitor all the time. Leave it on the upper left
corner of my top panel. In F9 I find that all the options other than
Memory Maps and Open Files are greyed out -- and they do nothing
discernible. I can no longer choose All processes, active processes or
The processes reflected in the main window are only the processes of the
logged in user. I now have to sudo to see root processes etc.
Is this deliberate or a bug?
Fedora 9, Gnome 2.22.2
Evo.2.22.2, Emacs 22.2.1
Fedora always used to have a hardware browser; for a while it had
two, one with endless cryptic detail, and one highly simplified.
Now I find neither. Has it (or have they) been renamed? Can I add
it with yum? Some other way?
Beartooth Staffwright, PhD, Neo-Redneck Linux Convert
Remember I know precious little of what I am talking about.
Ive got a little problem with my virtmanager here.
I installed a debian just for testing into a qemu-kvm driven machine.
Everything seems to work fine, except that I get a lot of "unknown
keycode 0x0" errors, when I press "-" key or other essential keys.
Is there a workaround?
I have from time to time tried to make my own grub boot
image. I've seen all the rules I'm supposed to follow about
making it the right size and the right number of colors, and
my own attempts often work out fine.
But then there are those other times, when I'll have an
image that looks perfectly fine in gimp, or eog, or whatever,
but when grub displays it, the colors are completely wacked
out - not at all like the colors specified in the xpm file.
Anyone know what rule I am missing about restrictions
on the images?
I see no messages displayed in Inbox earlier than Sept 11, 2007, though
I know there are earlier ones. If I search Inbox for a message that I
know is there, received in 2005, it's not found. But if I search the
*Account*, rather than Inbox, for the same message it is found.
Can anyone explain this?
Inbox is rather large:
3032 unread 8014 total
Running dual athlons using the i386 (or 686 depending the package) F9
release (this is an x86_64 system), is there some services that need to
be enabled for them to be maximized in their use? Things such as
cpuspeed and such need to be on? In other words (and not that
knowledgeable in this area), can you even tell if it's being used
correctly, and if your just doing small things, such as checking email,
browsing, those type things, is it used then as well, or more for when
doing things like compiling one program, then doing all the other stuff
Hope I worded my question right LOL
Fedora Project - Ambassador, Bug Zapper, Tester, User, etc..
Tonight I deployed a slight update to MirrorManager that I'd been
wanting to do for a while. The basic selection algorithm for choosing
the order in which to return mirrors to clients remains the same:
prefer same netblocks, internet2 in same country if on internet2, same
country, same continent, then global, in that order. However, until
now, faster mirrors (those with larger bandwidths) were returned with
equal probability as slower mirrors. This means not enough traffic
was being sent to our gigabit-connected mirrors, and too much traffic
was being sent to our slower mirrors.
Each mirror's bandwidth value is now used as a weight. Mirrors with
larger bandwidth will have a a higher probability of being returned
earlier in the mirrorlist selection. Slower mirrors can still be
returned as the first mirrorlist selection because this is based on
probabilities, but should not be overwhelmed anymore.
For countries with fewer mirrors, such as India, where there's some
relatively fast mirrors, and several relatively slower mirrors, this
should mean that users will more often get directed to the faster
Fedora Mirror Wrangler
Linux Technology Strategist, Dell Office of the CTO
linux.dell.com & www.dell.com/linux
when i asked for the keylogger in my system, why people thought of illegal
activities only? it is MINE system and for use only in my system, i am
asking and further more, like one must have knowledge of viruses and then
only he can create an antivirus, similarly it is for the knowledge of
keylogger to prevent the thefts
I can not seem to get ActiveSync on my phone (HTC Apache:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTC_Apache) to communicate with Fedora 9 so
that I can sync my Evolution data.
I can make a Bluetooth connection, but I can't get further.
I've tried the instructions on http://www.synce.org/moin/, but I must be
Can anyone please help.
I have installed fc9. I want to login over a serial port to admin
I was using inittab to start/respawn ttyS1
fc9 appears to use a new scheme with /etc/event.d/serial script
how to configure this so serial port 1 is up and listening on boot?