I have been using ethernet up to now. I went to enable the wifi, to see
no wifi listed.
It has been too long since I have had to do this troubleshooting. Can
some point me to what I need to look at to find what the Fedora thinks
is the wifi?
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,
Would you have a suggestion for a software capable of adding comments
in a pdf file?
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I am planning on running a Virtual Private Network from my Fedora
firewall out to a UML virtual colo (running RH9) at another site.
That site will be the place I present services to the world;
httpd, ssh, sftp, smtp. This is to comply with the "no servers"
and dynamic ip restrictions on my Comcast connection to the net;
if my firewall always drives an outbound connection to the
colocation site, I am not worried about changes of ip address,
and I am not opening any inbound ports.
There are a number of options for the VPN - the most attractive
are cipe ( http://sites.inka.de/sites/bigred/devel/cipe.html )
and FreeSwan ( http://www.freeswan.org/ ), though I am told that
one can do all this through an ssh tunnel. I would rather have
simple and secure than super-duper; I have plenty of bandwidth,
and will send outbound http and smtp from the firewall, so the
main bandwidth user will be incoming spam/b/b/b/b mail.
Anyone have some experiences to share about setting up VPN? Is
there anything about either cipe or FreeSwan that is likely to
break with FC1 or FC2?
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# ls -al /var/named/chroot/usr/share/GeoIP/GeoLite2-City.mmdb
-rw-r--r--. 1 root root 62899374 Oct 8 12:07
Just got ~20 times larger. Can I delete it and start over?
I bought a used notebook which came with an Nvidia GPU and I haven't
managed to get it to work with Fedora.
Computer: Dell XPS 15 9580. UltraHD screen. Nvidia GFX 1050 mobile GPU.
1) Fedora 30 installation medium hung.
2) tried Fedora 31 beta. Hung the same way.
3) it seems that nouveau is to blame. Solution: add kernel parameter
4) installed Fedora 31 beta. (I've kept it updated, so it is now Fedora 31
a) I don't get the advantage of the fast GPU (and the chance of using it
for GPU computing). This isn't an urgent concern.
b) the GPU is apparently powered up and generating heat. This runs down
my battery and causes the fan to run.
i) Install proprietary nvidia driver. I used the negativo17
ii) Install BumbleBee to allow switching between the Intel IGPU and the
Nvidia GPU. (I don't think that I've actually used BumbleBee yet.)
System hangs on boot when the kernel has nvidia modules (which I've
only done for some kernels, thank goodness).
If I disable Wayland (in /etc/gdm/custom.conf set WaylandEnable to
false), I can boot a kernel with nvidia modules. GDM (the loging
screen) works. It is known that the Nvidia proprietary drives don't
work with Wayland.
If the kernel has nvidia modules, once I log in through GDM, the
machine locks up hard. In particular, I've done this while an SSH
session is also logged in from another machine. That session is
I *think* that the /etc/gdm/custom.conf setting should also prevent
Wayland from being used during the session post-GDM but I don't really
have a way of checking.
==> Is wayland disabled for the session or do I need other magic?
The latest system log entries are lost since the machine freezes
without flushing various filesystem caches.
I have been trying to install Fedora 31XFCE Spin. I've spent more time
at it than I care to admitbut can"t get the Anaconda installer to see a
clear one terabyte drive. I re-partitioned it with Gparted and gave it
an ext4 file system. The problem seems to be that I don't want LVM,
choosing Standard Partition instead. It seems to want to reformat and
install ext4 again? That's ok but it never happens ...
It just keeps showing 0B used and 0B of free space?
Does anyone know what I may be doing wrong? Is there a command line
method to do the install instead of the GUI?
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
(Fedora-30; x86-64; personal workstation)
This problem goes back to last Thursday, so a brief review might be good.
Last Thursday, I tried to upgrade from Fedora-29 to Fedora-30. dnf
complained it didn't have enough space in the '/' filesystem. List
members successfully got me through the upgrade. But the root
problem(s) probably still remains.
some data (all commands run this (Tuesday) afternoon, Oct. 15)
-bash.11[~]: df -hP
Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
devtmpfs 7.8G 0 7.8G 0% /dev
tmpfs 7.9G 76M 7.8G 1% /dev/shm
tmpfs 7.9G 1.7M 7.9G 1% /run
tmpfs 7.9G 0 7.9G 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/sda6 50G 41G 6.0G 88% /
tmpfs 7.9G 68K 7.9G 1% /tmp
/dev/sda3 477M 236M 213M 53% /boot
/dev/sda7 904G 7.7G 851G 1% /home
tmpfs 1.6G 84K 1.6G 1% /run/user/1001
-bash.13[/]: du -sh | grep G
du: cannot access './run/user/1001/gvfs': Permission denied
du: cannot access './proc/1776/task/1776/fd/4': No such file or directory
du: cannot access './proc/1776/task/1776/fdinfo/4': No such file or
du: cannot access './proc/1776/fd/3': No such file or directory
du: cannot access './proc/1776/fdinfo/3': No such file or directory
-bash.14[/]: du -hx -d1 /
1. What else do you want to know to effectively help?
2. A good specific first step?
Please: one step at a time!