With the sudo dnf upgrade I have just done I received the following
messages, which I'm not sure what to do about.
Problem: package makemkv-1.12.2-2.fc27.x86_64 obsoletes mmdtsdec <
1.12.2-2.fc27 provided by mmdtsdec-1.12.0-1.fc27.i686
- cannot install the best update candidate for package
- cannot install the best update candidate for package
I have recently begun to use again gnome session and I have reinstalled
I see that nautilus depends on tracker and so the reinstall put in tracker
and its things
And this morning in my F28 system with SSD disk (I don't imagine on a
normal sata based environment) I had to kill tracker-extract and
tacker-miner processes because they hogged my cpu for several minutes..
Searching with google I found different info about disabling (or at least
calm down) tracker, but they all seem not updated, in the sense that
several commands/services are not present in my f28 environment.
Any pointer about configuring and/or disabling it?
Thanks in advance,
I keep three PCs on my desk, running Fedora behind a KVM switch: #1 is
my present biggest fastest, #2 its predecessor, and #3 that one's
predecessor; I try try keep them as similar as is feasible.
They've all been having troubles for months, which have only gotten worse.
Under F27, they kept filling up with some sort of cruft, to the point
of refusing dnf upgrade; but when I found any of the cruft, it was in
places where I dared not lay about me with a cyber-battleaxe. I jumped
to F28 the day of release.
At this point, none of the three is usable at all without some dodge or
#2 and #3 have each been wiped, twice, with different releases of DBAN,
followed each time with a netinstall of F28 with Mate, and then dnf
upgrade daily. All their boot messages show green OK. Those end with
"Started Light Display Manager."
Usually they proceed to a login box in front of the F28 display of blue
light-conducting fibers. That accepts my password, churns a little way,
and ends with a monitor full of blue horizontal lines, plus a few white
lines in the middle and at the bottom; there is nothing legible.
By doing Alt-Ctrl-F2, I get a display which lets me log in as root; I
keep doing dnf upgrades, and trying startx, every day. I also reboot
whenever there's a kernel change.
Startx always flashes a couple times, then fails with a few lines of
text, beginning with an attempt to adopt my monitor size (called "1920
1080" -- not 1920x1080),losing contact, and ending by saying that the
Xserver "terminated successfully."
I'd like to try replacing LDM with something else; how do I do that??
(I like Mate well, and would prefer not to swap it out,too)
Finally, #1 has two F28 kernels -- which do no better than on #2 nor #3
-- and a rescue kernel from F26. Sic. Twenty-six, not 27 nor 28. But
that rescue kernel does support almost my whole GUI (I miss Pan badly.),
and I don't have to descend to the console.
#1 got F28 by upgrading with dnf from F27, and still has a lot of stuff
on it that I'd rather copy to #2 and #3 directly than by way of solid
state storage, if I dare risk malware. (I don't know where else all the
cruft could have come from, apart from malware, but I hope someone here
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I've got a laptop that has started misbehaving on suspend.
About 1 in 10 suspends the laptop fails to fully suspend. It switches
mostly off (screen off, etc.) but some of the motherboard keeps
running. I know some of the motherboard keeps running because:
- the wifi light remains on
- the laptop will get hot because the fans don't start
The laptop does not respond to the power button to wake up. It's
necessary to force halt & reboot the laptop by holding the power button
down for a few seconds.
9 out of 10 times suspend works fine.
This appears to be a BIOS or kernel issue, since the last entries in
the logs are:
May 29 09:02:17 sieve-deschouwer-co-za systemd: Reached target
May 29 09:02:17 sieve-deschouwer-co-za systemd: Starting Suspend...
May 29 09:02:17 sieve-deschouwer-co-za systemd-sleep: Suspending
May 29 09:02:17 sieve-deschouwer-co-za kernel: PM: suspend entry (deep)
-- Reboot --
On a successful suspend I will additionally get:
May 29 08:21:32 sieve-deschouwer-co-za kernel: PM: Syncing filesystems
This started at the same time as I upgraded to F28. The laptop has
previously worked fine since F24 or F25, or maybe earlier.
It's happened with a few different F28 kernel patchlevels.
product: HP ProBook 450 G2 (L8A81ES#ACQ)
model name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-5500U CPU @ 2.40GHz
00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Broadwell-U Host Bridge -OPI
Linux sieve-deschouwer-co-za 4.16.11-300.fc28.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue May 22
18:29:09 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Can anyone help me debug before I enter a bugzilla?
I am experiencing a lot of crashes just after logging in into GNOME.
I am using Fedora 28 fully updated and upgraded from 27.
I have already tried to remove all the extensions from .local/share/gnome-shell/extensions
But it still happens.
It does not happens always, but as soon as it happens I have to reboot.
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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It seems today update I lost wifi support, that i used yesterday without
today kernel: 4.16.10-300.fc28.x86_64
yesterday kernel: kernel-4.16.8-300.fc28.x86_64
other possible related packages:
May 24 09:06:07 ope46 NetworkManager: <info> [1527145567.4812]
wifi-nl80211: (wlp3s0): using nl80211 for WiFi device control
May 24 09:06:07 ope46 NetworkManager: <info> [1527145567.4816] device
(wlp3s0): driver supports Access Point (AP) mode
May 24 09:06:07 ope46 NetworkManager: <info> [1527145567.4832]
manager: (wlp3s0): new 802.11 WiFi device
May 24 09:06:07 ope46 NetworkManager: <info> [1527145567.4856] device
(wlp3s0): state change: unmanaged -> unavailable (reason 'managed',
then many of this type:
May 24 09:43:22 ope46 NetworkManager: <info> [1527147802.1365] device
(wlp3s0): set-hw-addr: s
et MAC address to AA:8F:A1:D9:3B:44 (scanning)
May 24 09:43:22 ope46 kernel: IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): wlp3s0: link is
May 24 09:43:22 ope46 NetworkManager: <info> [1527147802.1659] device
(wlp3s0): supplicant interface state: inactive -> disabled
May 24 09:43:22 ope46 NetworkManager: <info> [1527147802.1662] device
(wlp3s0): supplicant interface state: disabled -> inactive
May 24 09:43:22 ope46 wpa_supplicant: wlp3s0: Reject scan trigger
since one is already pending
In Gnome control center settings, in WIFI section I see
No WI-FI Adapter Found
Make sure you have a WI-FI adapter plugged and turned on
[root@ope46 firmware]# nmcli con up AndroidAP-notepro
Error: Connection activation failed: No suitable device found for this
Any one else?
Google Maps reliably crashes its tab in both Firefox and Google Chrome
on my Radeon-based system (FirePro V4900). The only workaround seem to
be to completely disable WebGL in one or both browsers.
I don't see this on my Intel GPU-based laptop.
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