I ran "dnf -y update" this morning. It said the last
metadata update was 8 days ago and there was nothing
I then ran "dnf clean all" and "dnf -y update" again
and it is loading 414 new updates.
What really bad setting is it consulting to think that
8 day old metadata is up to date, and where the heck do
I fix it?
I have an up to date F28 server that boots to the grub prompt. This
started after a failed dnf update.
The computer will boot to an emergency mode command prompt if I set it up
properly from the grub prompt.
grub> set root=(lvm/fedora-root)
grub> linuxefi (hd0,gpt2)/vmlinuz-0-rescue... root=/dev/mapper/fedora-root
I can get networking working
#ls /sys/call/net <- find Ethernet device is enp3s0
# ifup enp3s0
# ping www.google.com
Now update it
# dnf update
Regenerate the grub2 config file
# shutdown -r now
It still boots to the grub prompt.
Why does it boot to the grub prompt and what do I need to do to fix it ?
Hello all, I don't wanna go into a long song and dance so I'll make this
short and simple:
Running F-29 on Lenovo ThinkPad T420
I've updated and everything is running smoothly
When its first starting up?...and it shows the kernels that are
available (along with the rescue option) they're showing as
"Fedora 4.14.xx _27_ Fedora "Workstation"
Is there something I need to do to get my kernel info to reflect the
latest version of Fedora? I mean it's not a HUGE problem, since this is
just the laptop I'm trying to learn C++ and Python on....but its just
something I noticed and was curious to know if something is wrong
Thanks for any help in advance
If I want to check on how much data my computer's been putting through
my ISP over the last few days, is there anything logged by default that
I can look at, or do need to install something extra?
[tim@localhost ~]$ uname -rsvp
Linux 4.16.11-100.fc26.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue May 22 20:02:12 UTC 2018 x86_64
Boilerplate: All mail to my mailbox is automatically deleted.
There is no point trying to privately email me, I only get to see
the messages posted to the mailing list.
When it comes to electronics, I'm slightly biased.
I just bought a ThinkPad P72 "mobile workstation". To see if Fedora 29
would work, I made a bootable thumb drive with the 64-bit F29-MATE spin.
It passed the self-test, but the boot stops before going into graphical
This is a new and just-released system, so it couldn't be tested before
F29 was released. Some tech details:
CPUs Two E-2186M Xeon 6-core 2.9-4.6GHz w/12MB cache
RAM 64GB DDR4 2400MHz ECC
SSD Two 2TB PCIe-NVMe OPAL2.0 M.2 in RAID1 (Intel on-board controller)
Video nVidia Quaddro P5200
Display 17.3" 4K (3840x2160)
Are any of these known to cause problems with F29?
Robert G. (Doc) Savage
Fairview Heights, IL
"Perfection is the enemy of good enough."
-- Admiral of the Fleet Sergei G. Gorshkov
Fedora server 29 minimal fresh install.
If I restart server with "reboot" the last history of working shell is
I must remember to do "history -a" to store last commands history
If I do logout the history is correctly stored.
With Centos7 minimal fresh install this behavior do not occur
Is something missing that I should install?
(inviato dal mio Linux Fedora 28 Workstation)
I'm having a strange experience upgrading Fedora. I was running Fedora 24, and I upgraded to Fedora 29, one release at a time. After upgrading, I found that the Resteasy testsuite, which normally runs in about 15 minutes, now takes about 45 minutes. A colleague suggested I do a clean install, which I did, but there was no improvement. The testsuite runs in about 15 on my backup laptop with Fedora 28, so I did a clean install of Fedora 28, but, again, there was no improvement.
I'm just bewildered. Does anyone have any suggestions?
I have 2 systems running F28, one is a laptop the other a desktop. I
rebooted both onto 4.19.2 last week. On the laptop I'm having some
1) When I rebooted the laptop this morning it failed to boot and
dropped into emergency mode. Looking at the logs I see at lot of these
systemd-udevd: could not find module by name='i2c_i801'
systemd-udevd: could not find module by name='lpc_ich'
The system boots fine on 4.18.18-200.fc28.x86_64
The other system is running 4.19.2-200.fc28.x86_64 without issues.
2) When I view a video with chrome I get no sound, but the same video
played on firefox has sound.
3) When I run pavucontrol the configuration shows 2 entries for built
in audio. It shows "Digital Stereo (HDMI) OUtput" for one and "Analog
Stereo Duplex" for the other. Under "Output Devices" it shows
"HDMI/Display Port (plugged in)" and "Speakers". The only thing I have
plugged into the HDMI port is my monitor so I don't why it should show
up here since it has no speakers. The strange behavior I'm seeing is
that I will turn the HDMI configuration off, but some time later it's
been turned back on.
4) I still can't get chrome to work on the desktop. If I connect to
non https sites chrome connects fine, but connecting to https sites
results in "Your connection is not private" messages. This has been
going on now for over a week.
Anyone else seeing any of these issues?
Any help is appreciated.
Is therea program for monitoring system temperatures for fedora 29 other
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
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