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Pan on F28, which I update at least once daily, still crashes instead
of launching. From the command line with ampersand:
$ /usr/include/c++/8/bits/stl_vector.h:1021: std::vector<_Tp,
_Alloc>::const_reference std::vector<_Tp, _Alloc>::front() const [with
_Tp = const pan::Article*; _Alloc = std::allocator<const pan::Article*>;
std::vector<_Tp, _Alloc>::const_reference = const pan::Article* const&]:
Assertion '__builtin_expect(!this->empty(), true)' failed.
Alas! That is Geek to me. What should I do??
Beartooth Staffwright, Not Quite Clueless Power User
Remember I know little (precious little!) of where up is.
I want to be able to open a crypted device as a non-root user and I
modified the file
in order to do that.
That works, but it is not a good thing to modify a file from the distrib
to create a local configuration.
There is an empty directory /etc/udisks2/modules.conf.d where I tried to
guess what I could put inside for my purpose, but everything failed.
I did not find a clear doc about the udisks2 configuration.
Does anyone knows how to proceed?
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I just upgraded my kde/f26 system to f27 using dnf. It seems to be
working well but dmesg has
<timestamp> rc rc1: error -5
repeated around 10 times per second. ISTR that when I first saw it it
Searching hasn't been much help. I use MythTV but not the lirc
infra-red remote-control features, and thought it might be lirc-related,
so installed lirc-disable-kernel-rc. But the messages continue. They
make it impossible to query dmesg for anything else.
/etc/rc.d includes various Kxxx files, and rc-local.service is 'static'
currently I am using a rp-pppoe with a router/modem in bridge mode on
adsl and all is working fine.
We are being forced to move to nbn, in our case fibre to the node.
The provider I am looking at uses vdsl, Protocol: IPoE (DHCP /
Automatic IP) VLAN: None/blank.
Will this work with rp-pppoe? If not is there a similar connection
software that will?
I used the default /boot size in Fedora 25, when I first
# dnf upgrade
Error: Transaction check error:
installing package kernel-core-4.16.11-300.fc28.x86_64 needs 34MB on
the /boot filesystem
At least 34MB more space needed on the /boot filesystem.
Does this mean I have to do the gparted thing and rick messing
everything up? Or is there a work around for this?
# df -kTP /boot
Filesystem Type 1024-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on
/dev/md126p1 ext4 487652 186803 271153 41% /boot
An user had, in 2016, installed a gitlab (8.x, don't recall x anymore) version that was the latest at the time using the EL7 RPM. However, the upgrade to Fedora 28 has stopped this from working. We tried upgrading gitlab using step by step the 8.x+ version but it is unable to update and unusable.
Any suggestions as to what we should be looking at and how to fix this. I guess the hope is to have a functional gitlab on the Fedora 28 system.
Feel free to ask for more information: I am not sure what to provide.
After upgrading to FC 28 from FC 27, my customer's
vsftpd server stopped allowing ftp logins
# systemctl status vsftpd
shows it running and happy (I tried stopping and
restarting several times)
There is no complaining in
# journalctl -f
when I attempt to make a connection.
I just get told something is wrong with the
username or password.
SELinux alerts are quiet.
What the heck ????
newegg has a good price on the 512G HP EX920 M.2 ($180US) NVMe SSD
drives this weekend.
I can find no references to this part and Linux. Everything refers to
Windows (and the problems they're having with it).
This is supposed to be the latest, greatest, fastest, blabla, etc.
Anybody familiar with this re: Linux?
After upgrading to Fedora 28, most of Youtube is broken in Firefox, claiming
lack of H.264 codec support.
Googling around, found this: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/OpenH264
But none of the packages are currently available:
[root@thinkpad yum.repos.d]# dnf config-manager --set-enabled fedora-cisco-openh264
[root@thinkpad yum.repos.d]# dnf install gstreamer1-plugin-openh264 mozilla-openh264
Last metadata expiration check: 0:00:00 ago on Thu 26 Apr 2018 09:40:47 PM
No match for argument: gstreamer1-plugin-openh264
No match for argument: mozilla-openh264
Error: Unable to find a match
Meanwhile, back on Fedora 27, H.264 video works fine in Firefox, without any