I am considering buying such a plug.
It is described as:
Mini AC600 High Performance 2.4GHz 5GHz Dual Band WiFi Wireless USB Adapter
100% Brand New and High Quality
This AC600 dual band adapter delivers powerful wireless AC technology to your
desktop or notebook computer.
Simply plug the adapter into an available USB port and connect to a wireless
network to access a secure,high speed internet connection --2.4GHz or 5GHz .
And with integrated dual band technology , you’ll have reduced Wi-Fi interference
to maximize throughput for faster streaming ,gaming ,and Skype calls .
Support 802.11ac standard-- the next generation of wifi.
Backward compatible with 802.11 a/b/g/n products.
Ultra fast AC600 (433+150Mbps) wireless speed with 802.11 ac.
Maximum speed up to 5Ghz 433Mbps or 2.4Ghz 150Mbps.
Dual band connections for lag-free HD video streaming and gaming.
Easy wireless security encryption at a push of the WPS button.
I found it at:
Thanx for any helpful info.
I have in KDE Settings the Google-Chrome as default Web Browser.
How do I setup that when I'm reading my Emails in Thunderbird and I
click on a Web Link in a email and I want the link to open in Chrome,
but it always opens in Firefox. How do I change that ?
I had installed Fedora 22 on x86_64 machine.
I had installed kde by "dnf install -y @kde".
I had selected kde by swithcdesk.
I had rebooted and still it starts in GNOME.
switchdesk from x windows shows that KDE is selected.
I made another reboot, selecting "plasma" from the scroll option
dialog in the boot screen, still
it logged into Gnome and not KDE.
Any ideas ? something similar to this used to work in Fedora 21, IIRC.
Is this bug valid? Are other people seeing this?
I'm just switching from another distro, so I'm not sure if I have it set
up correctly, but I'm seeing that same behavior.
Glenn Holmer (Linux registered user #16682)
"After the vintage season came the aftermath -- and Cenbe."
Trying to do an f22 Live Workstation install on my new Toshiba P50
laptop and the install fails with:
[ 187.874987] localhost dracut-initqueue: Warning: Could not boot.
[ 187.891048] localhost systemd: Received SIGRTMIN+20 from PID 472
[ 187.893397] localhost dracut-initqueue: Warning:
/dev/disk/by-label/Fedora-Live-WS-x86_64-22-3 does not exist
[ 187.893565] localhost dracut-initqueue: Warning:
/dev/mapper/live-rw does not exist
[ 187.897504] localhost systemd: Starting Dracut Emergency Shell...
So, it boots off the DVD, so it's not a problem with the drive. I've
also tried various boot options including pci=nomsi,nommconf and
libata.dma=1 without success.
I've included the rdsoreport.txt output here:
Perhaps someone can take a look for any ideas?
Hi all, Ive been looking into a way to run rsync from server1 to server2 using ssh-keys
but not allowing the user from server 1 to login to server2 or to run any other commands
only rsync. Ive seen a few postings of how to do it, where they add a
command=“some command” line in the .ssh/authorized_keys file. But I can’t seem see the same result even when I copy and paste what they had. Any advice or help would
be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
I just installed Fedora 22 Server on my Ml350 G5. After the setup finishes
and the system tries to boot fedora, I get stuck at Reached target Basic
Any ideas how I could diagnose what causes this?
Does anyone know if nVidia's Optimus technology is supported natively in
F22? Or do we still need to go with Bumblebee? And what's the status
of Bumblebee for F22?
I booted the Live DVD and it loaded the nouveau driver on my Latitude,
but I couldn't tell if it was using the Intel chip or not. (There
doesn't seem to be an X.log.0 on the live system.) How can I check?
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Has anyone noticed the same error as I. I cann't change user or log the
user out. One of two things happen either it open a terminal window
write som lines and hangs itslef up or it opens an empty terminal where
you can log in, but it is not possible to return to the gui desktop.
Any help or tip where to look would be pressiated.