Not since Fedora have I had such sound problems What worked like a charm
in recent Fedoras does not work now. I can get sound from YouTube, NPR,
CNN,etc but no sound from my CD-DVD drive When I put in an Audio CD
Rhythmbox opens and I can see that it is playing but no sound comes out
of the speaker. DVDs just lock up the machine using VLC.
All this worked up through F13 on the same machine.
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I am trying to figure out a way to output some information to the
console (system boots to runlevel 3) from an init script.
Here is what I've tried:
add echo "$SOMEINFO" into the init script and pipe it to wall, and put
that in the init script.
This doesn't seem to work, I was thinking of outputting to motd to
achieve this, but wondered if anyone knows a better way.
Perhaps using the at command?
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>Ogg: Re: Selinuxprevents
from graphical login
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11/27/2010 10:37 AM, antonio montagnani wrote:
>> antonio ha scritto / said the
following il giorno/on 27/11/2010 16:08:
>>> Chris Tyler ha scritto / said
the following il giorno/on 27/11/2010
>>>> On Sat, 2010-11-27 at
15:47 +0100, Antonio M wrote:
>>>>> On one of my systems, if Selinux is
targeted I cannot access to
>>>>> graphical session, as password would be wrong
(all users and root)
>>>>> As soon as Selinux=0 at boot time system works fine.
System is fully updated
>>>>> I cannot find a related bug in bugzilla...
>>>> Did you try relabeling the whole system? May be required if you've run
>>>> with selinux off (permissive is better if you want to temporarily
>>>> touch /.autorelabel; reboot
>>> I used the graphical management tool to relabel it, that should do what
you suggest (and I rebooted): now I will see what happens in Permissive
>>> Any way to see a log of Selinux on my system???
>> I rebooted in permissive mode and of course I can login: but I
>> long list of Selinux ACV that I cannot decode :-(
them to me, and I will look at them. Or run them through
>ausearch -m avc -ts recent | audit2allow
>Should give me an idea of what you
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a look to https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=657727
Now It seems to
have been solved thannks to the help of Miroslav Grepl
Please let me have your
On one of my systems, if Selinux is targeted I cannot access to
graphical session, as password would be wrong (all users and root)
As soon as Selinux=0 at boot time system works fine.System is fully updated
I cannot find a related bug in bugzilla...
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I used to use noname on my office machine from home (both fedora 13),
but after I dial AltGr, then the keyboard send a Ctl + the key and I
cannot leave this mode except some time by make a paste of some
characters from the local machine into the remote one.
Any idea ?
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my host is Windows 7 x64 and i have installed VirtualBox latest version.
in VirtualBox i have a guest F14 with latest updates.
when i connect my external USB disk to PC, VirtualBox detects it and make it
available for guest (F14) as Mass storage.
However, under F14 i'm not able to find this disk.
1. how can i check for sure that USB disk is available or not ?
2. how should i mount it if it is not already mounted ?
basically data on this USB disk should be recovered and transfered to new PC
Western Digital (WD) have their NAS bookWorld as ext.network/USB disk with
Linux partitions on it.
thank a lot for help.
Windows 7 x64 / Fedora 14 x64
PostgreSQL 8.3.5 / MySQL 5
# jackd -d alsa hw:0,0 -C hw:0,2 -p2048 -n3 --softmode -r -z
jackd: symbol lookup error: jackd: undefined symbol: clock_source
I had yum installed:
# yum -y install
So, should that not have resolved any deps?
Which lib is missing that would provide this symbol?
I have a ThinkPad T43 with an Orinoco Classic Silver PCMCIA card in it.
This works fine under Windows.
It used to work with the orinoco_cs driver under Fedora,
but I don't think it has worked since Fedora-11.
Now (under Fedora-14) a kernel OOPS is caused when the card is inserted,
or if the machine is booted with the card in.
I googled for orinoco_cs, but didn't find any recent posts on it.
Is this device no longer supported in Linux?
If so, it seems odd that the driver is still in the kernel.
I should explain that this machine is used by my wife, running Windows,
so the failure in Linux is more an academic matter than a practical issue.
Assuming this card is no longer supported,
can anyone recommend a PCMCIA or USB WiFi card for current Fedora?
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