I thought I'd test the F34 upgrade to look for bugs but its resulted in an non-booting laptop.
I've a fairly stock Fedora install on a Dell XPS 13 developer edition. The latop was originally an ubuntu install, its got LVM on top of LUKS created by ubuntu, Fedora partitions were later added inside of LVM. Separate dedicated fedora boot partition outside of LUKS/LVM.
Nothing much has been changed on the machine at a system level, its primarily for web development so all changes are in $HOME.
I've just upgraded from F33 to F34, upgrade seemed to go fine but on reboot its hanging after decrypting LUKS but during mount of root and swap. I've tried various restarts.
I've checked the filesystems from a live disk, those are fine. Seems LUKS decrypts, initrd boots but mounting root fails - no error, just hangs for hours at a time till I give up.
[ OK ] Reached target: Local encrypted volumes
[ <=> ] A start job is running for /dev/mapper/..... (Xmin Ys / no limit)
I've a parallel ubuntu install I can use to test stuff out if anyone has any suggestions?
Thanks in advance
I have a small home domain (linuxlighthouse.com) running on fedora 32.
I am trying to set up network services for DNS & HTTPS
I have only the one server that I'm trying to provide all these services
a single host using a static ip from att. i have a cascaded router config
connecting my external ip, 220.127.116.11 to it's internal 10.0.0.101.
I have tried at length to get bind 9 to support proper a split horizon
configuration without success.
I came across two very informative articles about systemD-resolveD and
their future implementation on F33 as standard routing/resolution for DNS.
the second article added focus on systemD-resolveD
split DNS and VPN configuration.
This was looking like a good solution until I got down to the end of the
where it said, if I understand this correctly, the systemD-resolveD is not
appropriate for the primary DNS server of a domain.
that in fact you need dns domain server to use bind instead.
so I am confused about how to jam all these related services on a single
My question to this group is, at this point in time, where is the best
for me to post queries on this set up?
a future goal is to use wireguard vpn once the above issues are resolved.
suggestions? should queries be sent to this mailing list or is there a
more appropriate list?
thank you in advance for your consideration, Thx, jackc...
From: "Jack Craig" <jack.craig.aptos(a)gmail.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>>
Date: Monday, 12 April 2021 at 21:07:07
To: "Community support for Fedora users" <users(a)lists.fedoraproject.org<mailto:email@example.com>>
Subject: Re: systemd-resolved, split dns, & vpn setup
Oh so now I have learned something new.
I thought that because I was a Domain owner, I had to do the translation from my public IP to my local DNS name
You can do, but you don’t MUST do it.
I to have a split horizon, but updating records at my dns-provider is a rather masochistic exercise. Besides, it changed hands four times.
in as much as networksolutions.com<http://networksolutions.com>, my domain registrar provider, has already the IP and host name then
I don't need to provide that so let me trim off that external. zone I'm assuming that I still need to provide service for the 10.0.0.0 internal addresses, but that could just be covered by my /etc/hosts file right?
Only if you serve it to a single machine in your lan, /etc/host is a sensible option.
If you have multiple machines in your network, bind remain the ultimate solution (imho).
Besides, hosts is only useful for translating names to numbers and vice-versa. Anything else: (txt, srv, etc) not possible. So: “viva bind!”
With this new bit of information, I should be able to run a minimal configuration as you earlier outlined
I was trying to throw in everything plus the kitchen sink. I'll start ripping the plumbing out of named.conf;
see how little I can get away with.
Once again thanks for your time!!
On Sat, Apr 10, 2021 at 11:39 PM Tim via users <users(a)lists.fedoraproject.org<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
I'm answering this with a separate response because it goes off in a
different direction. You can decide which way to go without mixing up
all the information together.
On Sat, 2021-04-10 at 12:03 -0700, Jack Craig wrote:
> I think I understand that the primary name server for domain must be
> in my case this home server that I'm using and that I need to be able
> to resolve my service name to my service public IP based on a
> mechanism that I expected I provide through find
> what seems to be happening is that I am not getting external and
> internal resolutions for internal and external look ups
> AT&T my ISP has agreed to secondary my DNS server but I'm expecting
> to set up the primary so it is setting up that primary and
> coordinating it with the external IP look up's from the world that I
> am stumbling on at the moment
In very few cases the primary name server for a public DNS record will
be on a home computer. It'll usually be done where you register your
domain name. Though you can shift it elsewhere. You can renew a
domain name and host it with a different company. You can have a
company host your website, and they can also host your DNS records.
For what it's worth, if they do your mail and website through something
like cpanel, they'll probably want to host your DNS records, too, so
their cpanel software can control any changes the DNS records.
You can run your own slave name server, that follows what the public
one does. This can be handy, but not essential, to keep an eye out for
anything that goes wrong.
If you want to run dynamic DNS, so you can log into your home computer
from somewhere else on the net without having to know your IP, that's a
different thing, again.
But, if you want to be your DNS server for the whole world, they have
to be able to connect to you. Traffic has to be able to get through.
And you will need a fixed IP.
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I just finished upgrading from f32 to f33.
When I click the gnome "Activities", I no longer see "caja". When I use
the gnome activities search thing, it does not find "caja". But dnf
shows it installed and up-to-date. Before today's update, caja was
easily available through the gnome Activities. How do I get caja back
into the gnome Activities, and visible to the gnome Activities search?
Thank-you in advance.
If one goes to the Intel website and does a search on "Linux," they will
find several articles, that may be of interest to someone interested in
Linux drivers for Intel components.
While their pages do not mention Fedora, there are some that mention RHEL,
which should apply. Feel free to elaborate, if you have insight into all
Any drivers that claim they are compatible with Ubuntu are likely compiled
for Debian Package Manager. So they will not work in Fedora. I do not
know if there are generic drivers that work in both .rpm and .deb. Can
someone please elaborate on all that ?
Is Intel support for Linux excellent ? or amazing ?
I would say that their support for Fedora is lame, compared to their
support of Clear Linux. And, that their support of Red Hat or Fedora is
not as good as their support for Ubuntu.
Intel's community forum does allow specific questions about Fedora. For
If that link does not work, try a general search there, such as "Fedora
32." There are hundreds of post there from Fedora users asking for
troubleshooting help, going back several years.
Looking through the system logs (journalctl --boot), I stumbled on the
following error messages from firewalld; it looks like the function
iptables-restore is called fairly frequently, generally after the
system wakes up from sleep, and never succeeds. The intervening lines
Is this something to worry about?
Apr 09 07:16:49 amito firewalld: ERROR: '/usr/sbin/iptables-
restore -w -n' failed: iptables-restore: line 9 failed
Apr 09 07:16:46 amito systemd: Started Hostname Service.
Apr 09 07:16:49 amito firewalld: ERROR: '/usr/sbin/ip6tables-
restore -w -n' failed: ip6tables-restore: line 9 failed
Apr 09 07:16:46 amito NetworkManager: <info> [1617977806.4768]
hostname: hostname: using hostnamed
Apr 09 07:16:49 amito firewalld: ERROR: COMMAND_FAILED:
'/usr/sbin/ip6tables-restore -w -n' failed: ip6tables-restore: line 9
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I don't know if this has happened to anyone, but below is my problem:
When I launch an application with Wine, and press any key, this happens:
wine: Unhandled page fault on write access to 00000000 at address
0336199B (thread 0124), starting debugger...
and the application itself crashes.
I experienced this with both Fedora 33, and rawhide.
The wine version I'm using at the moment is 6.3-1
Thank you for any answer.
I wanted to install fedora 33 on a laptop with a M2 SSD 128.Go, but it is not
recognized by fdisk (fedora live WK).
Is a driver missing?
The SSD is recognized by he bios.
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I became owner of a QNAP TS-269 Pro NAS and as a playground I did
install Fedora Server 33 on it. There isn't installed any GUI (for
administration I use ssh or cockpit), and I' m wondering if it could be
possible to run Kodi inside podman container and give it access to the
HDMI outlet so that I can use it as a media center? Could such a setup
be possible? There is a tool x11docker available that connects a podman
container to an X server, but that's not what I have, because for
x11docker I need to "log into the X GUI", which is not the case here.