Is there any 64-bit version of skype for fedora 22 ?
Patrick DUPRÉ | | email: pdupre(a)gmx.com
Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie de l'Atmosphère | |
Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale | |
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I suppose I could ask this question on the KDE list but their Mailman
software is doing some strange things just now. Since I upgraded to
Fedora 23 I find that I get a message in Kmail when I try to delete
“Do you really want to delete the selected message ? “
I have to click on this hundreds of times to delete any unwanted mail.
Can anyone suggest which setting to change to get rid of this ? KDE
4.14.14 Kmail 4.14.10. No. I do_not want to know about any other mail
app. Just some help with this one.
Also makes my Logitech K520 nuts... Writes its own and sometimes
looses writing totally. Yes, batteries have been changed...
With Linux oh1mrr.ampr.org 4.2.8-300.fc23.i686+PAE #1 SMP Tue Dec 15 17:13:23 UTC 2015 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux
I have just updated my Compaq 610 from F22 to F23 (using dnf) and find that I
can no longer use Ctrl D to exit a session nor Ctrl C to stop a process.
Instead of the traditional response, I just get the keystrokes echoed in the
How can I restore the traditional responses?
I usually boot to multi-user, and then start the X server and client
from a terminal using startx. It works great for X, but I would like
to do the same for wayland. After reading the man for startx, I came
up with putting
exec startlxde -- /usr/bin/Xwayland
into my ~/.Xclients file and then running startx. It seems to work,
as I get a graphical interface running lxde. But am I really running
wayland instead of X? Because it looks so much like X, I couldn't see
that it wasn't X, and I wondered if startx just ignored the server
request and used its default, X. How would I tell? There was no process
Xwayland when I checked.
If this isn't the way to start wayland from the command line, how would
I do that?
after a recent, unfortunate upgrade to F23, i resolve to
have a rescue disk ready for next time i end in grub.
however, i am not finding any how to create bookable recovery disk doc?
Does anyone know what is happening with the Fedora KDE mailing list? I
joined the list a few weeks ago now, and sent a message to it. I have
not received any messages from the list, and according to the archives
it seems to have just stopped last November. I tried emailing the list
maintainer, but again got no response at all.
John Horne Tel: +44 (0)1752 587287
Plymouth University, UK
If I try to login to a fedora 23 virtual machine as root,
I get rejected because of "too many authentication failures"
(or something like that, I don't remember the precise
I'm running an agent, but none of the keys in the agent
would allow a root login so I expect it to fallback
to a password prompt, but I get the failure instead.
When I then try with this:
ssh -o PreferredAuthentications=keyboard-interactive,password
I do indeed get a password prompt and can login.
I suspect I'm suffering from the effects of the
changes in f23 to remove various crypto algorithms
and ssh1 support, etc. But I can't figure out
what the heck is going on.
Any ideas? I'd love to not have to dig up the
silly long option every time I want to login as root :-).
I am trying to remount /proc on Fedora 22, kernel 4.0.4-301, following
It works on RHEL/CentOS, but not on this setup. Have someone tried it on
Fedora with newer kernel?
Also, can someone tell or guide me to a manual how and which systemd
file to be changed, so the mount of /proc accepts this parameter? Of I
can use /etc/fstab?