I there a way to test new GIMP 2.7/2.8 in Fedora? I looked in Rawhide
repos and I still see only 2.6x versions there. Any plans to put 2.7 in
Rawhide repost for testing purposes?
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Thanks to Chris Smart, Peter Danenberg and others, I have been able to
install Fedora 12 as the sole O/S on my Macbook Air (first
However the wirless networking is not enabled.
I am following the instructions in
There was no wireless device shown in the network Configuration, so I
clicked New and added a device for hardware Apple Airport.
I also tried adding wireless device on the Hardware tab (eth0), but although
it allows me to do this, after I save and then reopen the Network
Configuration, the hardware only shows a device pan0 of Type Ethernet
(which was there from the start). It does appear on the Devices tab
(it didn't originally until I added it), but has staus of inactive,
and no means to activate it.
However, even after restarting the computer, the wireless icon on the
panel says there are no network devices available.
So I tried removing the device from control by NetworkManager, and
activated it manually. But then I get:
Device eth0 does seem to be present, delaying initalization.
What do I need to do?
On 25 April 2010 19:47, Alan Pevec <apevec gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 24, 2010 at 4:38 PM, Valent Turkovic
> <valent.turkovic gmail.com> wrote:
>> how to make Fedora 12 and Fedora 13 LiveCD/DVD that is btrfs formated
>> and not ext4?
>> What options need to be enables in kicstart file so that
>> livecd-creator makes btrfs iso images?
> Didn't try it, but should be enough to change fstype in fedora-live-base.ks
>> part / --size 3072 --fstype ext4
A quick scan reveals adjusting fstype will not be enuff, btrfs uses
different userspace tools from ext "btrfs-progs", so livecd-tools
will need a patch.
setroubleshoot: SELinux is preventing
/usr/lib64/chromium-browser/chrome-sandbox "net_raw" access . For
complete SELinux messages. run sealert -l
I run the sealert -l 68797c25-9748-4ab8-b020-f63a80f543a7 and that
doesn't stop error message.
In about a hour and a half I get the same error message.
I use fedora 12 on a dell inspiron 1545 laptop.
i have a external usb hd and i can't make it connect like a usb 2.0 device.
this device is ntfs format
I check if the device is using ehci (dmesg after i plug the device)
[root@localhost ~]# dmesg | grep USB
usb 2-2: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 2
I check if this device is connected on a usb 2.0
[root@localhost ~]# lsusb
Bus 008 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub
Bus 002 Device 015: ID 0471:2021 Philips
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
I mount the device with this options:
/dev/sdc1 on /media/hd_backup type fuseblk
but when i use cp, mv or rsync, the max speed i get is max 6MB/s (a lot
If i use this device on Windows (tested with Vista and Seven), i get much
high transfer rate.
I read about sync and async options, but if i put sync or async on fstab, it
does not alter the transfer rate.
Is this the normal upload transfer rate? I am doing something wrong?
Luigi Castro Cardeles
I am trying to set up dnsmasq as a local resolver cache on my F-12
laptop, and can't find any way to pass the nameservers returned by DHCP
to dnsmasq as upstream nameservers and still have 127.0.0.1 appear as
the primary nameserver in /etc/resolv.conf.
NetworkManager creates a resolv.conf file that contains only the servers
returned by DHCP. That does not allow queries from local processes to
be routed through the local caching resolver.
Without NetworkManager, I would just put a line in dhclient.conf to
prepend "127.0.0.1" to the list of nameservers returned by DHCP.
dnsmasq would then read resolv.conf, nicely ignore that entry, and use
the other nameserver entries as upstream servers. NetworkManager always
invokes dhclient with a custom config file that is created anew for each
invocation, and gives no means to add this customization.
If I configure NetworkManager to put "127.0.0.1" as a nameserver in
resolv.conf, then _only_ that nameserver will appear, and dnsmasq has
no way to discover the upstream servers.
I cannot simply hard code the upstream servers in /etc/dnsmasq.conf
because that would ignore what DHCP returns.
I can put a script in /etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d/ to modify
resolv.conf to my liking, but that script does not get invoked for lease
renewals, at which time dhclient would undo my changes.
Getting rid of NetworkManager really isn't a viable option for a laptop
that needs to connect to various WiFi networks.
I find it hard to believe nobody's run into this before, but my searches
on Google have been fruitless. Looking for suggestions before I go
complain on the NetworkManager developers list.
Bob Nichols "NOSPAM" is really part of my email address.
Do NOT delete it.
I need to back up 20 GB of Windows data from a hard drive onto DVDs so
that a Windows user can access it. I can read the Windows hard drive
What software might I use to automagically split the data into DVD sized
chunks and write it to a DVD ?
It would be nice if it didn't put half of one dir on one DVD and the
second half on another. I know this will happen with any dir that is
larger than a DVD, but it would be nice if it didn't do that for the
Hey im having problems when i try to execute system-config-display in my
The message im gettin is:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/share/system-config-display/xconf.py", line 378, in <module>
dialog = xConfigDialog.XConfigDialog(hardware_state, xconfig,
File "/usr/share/system-config-display/xConfigDialog.py", line 640, in
if len(self.xconfig.layout.adjacencies) > 1:
IndexError: index out-of-bounds
Any ideas why im having this issue?
David A. Paredes R.
I just updated one of my Fedora 12 system. This particular system is
running a local dns server. When I try to restart named on the system I
Error in named configuration:
/etc/pki/dnssec-keys//production/bg.conf: file not found
rpm -qf /etc/pki/dnssec-keys/named.dnssec.keys
file /etc/pki/dnssec-keys/named.dnssec.keys is not owned by any package
yum provides /etc/pki/dnssec-keys//production/se.conf
Loaded plugins: dellsysidplugin2, fastestmirror, refresh-packagekit
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
* fedora: mirror.stanford.edu
* rpmfusion-free: mirror.liberty.edu
* rpmfusion-free-updates: mirror.liberty.edu
* rpmfusion-nonfree: mirror.liberty.edu
* rpmfusion-nonfree-updates: mirror.liberty.edu
* updates: ftp.usf.edu
No Matches found
So what do I do to restore things to a working configuration?
I have an eSATA external hard drive case. I want to hotplug / unplug it.
My system is Fedora 11.
I added an external eSATA port on my desktop computer by adding a bracket
(with an internal cable connected to one of the ordinary SATA sockets on
The SATA controller is an intel ICH9R. To make hotplug work, I needed
to go the computer's BIOS and change the SATA mode to AHCI (it was
I can now hotplug the drive.
I cannot unplug the drive. If I tell the system to eject the drive,
# eject /dev/sdi
eject: device "/dev/sdi" doesn't have a removable or hotpluggable flag
# cat /sys/block/sdi/removable
(I don't know where or what a hotpluggable flag is.)
I guess that makes sense: the system doesn't know that I added an
What are the reasonable ways to tell the system that that SATA port is
an eSATA port and should allow for hotplugging/unplugging?
My guess is some kind of HAL rule but I'm not an initiate. Maybe
something in here would work:
Surely lots of people have already encountered this issue. If so,
there ought to be a non-wizard way to handle it.