Hello, I have an AMD Ryzen with a Vega 56 graphics card running Fedora
30 and the 5.0.17 update the graphics output seems to just die after
grub. Rolled back to the previous kernel (5.0.16) in grub and it comes
up just fine. No errors or logs ... just sits there at the ASRock logo
on screen after selecting the kernel. From what I can tell it is
actually installed. Tried runlevel 1 and 3 as well and it does the same
thing. The kernel works fine on my laptop but that's an Intel machine.
Standard grub command line arguments except amddgpu.gpu_recovery=1 for
the Vega card. I did also try it with that removed and still no go. I
can SSH into it just fine but the screen is just sitting there with the
BIOS manufacturer's logo, nothing telling in dmesg or /var/log/messages
and it doesn't set off abrt.
I'm running a pretty standard Fedora system with only some codecs and
non-free software from rpmfusion. The only other thing I changed
recently was adding the ROCm for OpenCL image support on my Radeon card.
I removed those after I noticed this issue and reran dracut to no avail,
reinstalled the kernel and all related packages as well. Nothing.
Anyway, looks like I really loused something up. Luckily the older
kernel still works fine. Any other ideas out there? Maybe the ROCm
packages left something behind (removed with dnf remove)?
Updated Fedora 30 system with all latest, and latest kernel. Gnome doesn't start, but consoles seem to be ok and it does boot to multiuser....I think. When I reboot down into the previous kernel, 5.0.13-300.fc30.x86_64, everything works fine.
> Wondering if there is a problem with the newer kernel and my nvidia card, GeForce GT 640. Haven't had time to really look yet, but wondering if anyone else has run across this?
Kindly do NOT hijack threads. Your message is completely unrelated to
the one you are replying to, and changing the Subject line does not
make it OK because the various list-related headers remain the same.
Create a new message from scratch if you want people to reply.
Also, Thanks Patrick O'Callaghan for so kindly informing me of how to ask for help on this user list. Last time I asked for help I was 2 versions behind on the OS and I got roasted because the OS version was too old. Maybe I should try Ubuntu.
I have firefox 67 install on f30 and its not honouring the prefers-color-scheme CCS media query.
I use KDE in dark mode.
This works for Firefox 67 on macOS.
Is this expected to be working? Should I create bug report for this?
Can dnf get me OSM? I tried osm, OSM, and openstreetmap. I don't
doubt there's some sort of .iso on their own site, but with a program so
Beartooth Staffwright, Not Quite Clueless Power User
Remember I know little (precious little!) of where up is.
Seems like there's a conflict between rubygem libs in Vagrant:
$ vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest
Installing the 'vagrant-vbguest' plugin. This can take a few minutes...
/usr/share/gems/gems/psych-3.1.0/lib/psych.rb:237: warning: already
initialized constant Psych::LIBYAML_VERSION
/usr/share/ruby/psych.rb:237: warning: previous definition of
LIBYAML_VERSION was here
/usr/share/gems/gems/psych-3.1.0/lib/psych.rb:239: warning: already
initialized constant Psych::NOT_GIVEN
/usr/share/ruby/psych.rb:239: warning: previous definition of NOT_GIVEN
Bundler, the underlying system Vagrant uses to install plugins,
reported an error. The error is shown below. These errors are usually
caused by misconfigured plugin installations or transient network
issues. The error from Bundler is:
conflicting dependencies fog-core (~> 1.43.0) and fog-core (= 2.1.2)
which does not match conflicting dependency (~> 1.43.0)
Conflicting dependency chains:
fog-core (= 2.1.2), 2.1.2 activated
vagrant-libvirt (> 0), 0.0.41 activated, depends on
fog-core (~> 1.43.0)
I attempted to rebuild the vagrant/vagrant-libvirt package with
definitions for a newer (2.1.2) fog-core but this did not seem to fix
$ rpm -qa | grep vagrant
$ rpm -qa | grep fog-core
Any clues on how to get vagrant working again?
Searching some likely keywords using "dnf list" came up empty.
There are some Android apps that stream video from the phone to
Youtube/Facebook but also have an option to stream video to a custom RTSP or
The only thing I could find in dnf are a few packages that can stream video
files to an RTSP or an RTMP client. I'm looking to do the opposite, set up a
server that receives streamed video and saves it to files. Anyone knows of
anything that does that?
I had installed Fedora 30 and
/etc/network-scripts/ is empty, there are no ifcfg-eth* files.
In Fedora 29, I had set eth0 to be a dhclient interface by editing
How can I achieve similar outcome in Fedora 30 ?
A package has been broken and needs to be re-installed. DNF sees the
package as installed and won't take any action. DNF remove removes
dependencies, so that's a solution, but requires considerable work and
is frught with problems.
I upgraded yesterday my HP Pavilion from Fedora 29 to 30. Everything went
wonderfully, thank you all. I have a second monitor attached to it via
HDMI. All run perfectly and when I came back I realized the laptop's screen
was gray with the fedora logo on it. It is there but I can't use it, like
it is not part of the desktop.
In the GNOME settings I do not see any other screen than the monitor. Did
not give much thought to it, and went to sleep.
This morning, I disconnected the second monitor to see if booting only with
its own monitor would do something and no... gray screen again. The grub
screens appear on the laptops monitor but the login screen is on the
external monitor. I also tried the NVIDIA X server settings where both
screens were earlier and there is only one screen listed :-(
Can anyone help me out to make the laptop's monitor work again?
Thank you in advance
Ester Muñoz Aparicio
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When an application like remmina, telegram, keepassxc, ecc. is start,
it put an icon on tray on all other DE like Cinnamon, Mate, ecc....
In Gnome, where is, and how to access, to this tray icons out of the
box, without add an extension?
(inviato dal mio Linux Fedora 30 Workstation)