Just got a couple of these devices in.
Plugged it into Fedora 35 machine, and was expecting it
to be automatically detected and setup
dmesg shows (plugged in one port than another).
[191781.962170] usb 1-4: new high-speed USB device number 4 using ehci-pci
[191782.092731] usb 1-4: New USB device found, idVendor=0bda, idProduct=b812, bcdDevice= 2.10
[191782.092746] usb 1-4: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3
[191782.092753] usb 1-4: Product: USB3.0 802.11ac 1200M Adapter
[191782.092759] usb 1-4: Manufacturer: Realtek
[191782.092764] usb 1-4: SerialNumber: 123456
[192397.625679] usb 1-4: USB disconnect, device number 4
[192424.141035] usb 8-1: new high-speed USB device number 2 using xhci_hcd
[192424.329596] usb 8-1: New USB device found, idVendor=0bda, idProduct=b812, bcdDevice= 2.10
[192424.329609] usb 8-1: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3
[192424.329612] usb 8-1: Product: USB3.0 802.11ac 1200M Adapter
[192424.329614] usb 8-1: Manufacturer: Realtek
[192424.329616] usb 8-1: SerialNumber: 123456
The CD that came with it has a linux directory with
But not sure which one applies to these devices.
Recall an older 2.4Ghz RTL8169 (believe) usb I had and it
also wouldn't work with the included driver. Had to
download source, and build it. Every kernel upgrade
required rebuilding it again and again.
Sent message to seller, to try and get more info.
Michael D. Setzer II - Computer Science Instructor
Guam - Where America's Day Begins
G4L Disk Imaging Project maintainer
I am building a kernel from the fedora `kernel.spec` file and SRPM. It works as good as the official kernel, but nothing in it is signed. I know that I can sign the kernel RPM package, but what about the kernel itself (for secure boot). The Fedora kernel is signed on a separate system, but I can not find any docs for it. I know that I cant use Fedora's keys, but what about signing it with my keys, then adding those keys to the shim.
I am trying to make it so that a user starting on a fresh install can use the kernel by adding the public keys to the shim, then installing the kernel RPM. I also want the modules to be signed with my key (I don't care if it is the same key that used for the rest of the kernel). I do not mean signing the RPM packages, but the binaries that are installed from the RPM package. I also do not want to have to signed the installed binaries with a per install key locally.
tl;dr: I want to make kernel RPM package that is exactly the same as the Fedora package, but I compile it, and it uses my signing keys. I also want to be able to distribute this in the same way as the Fedora package, but with the user adding the key to the shim.
I run dnf clean all, followed by dnf upgrade, on all my machines,
all on F36, daily. (I don't necessarily reboot, even if there's a kernel
change. Should I?)
Nevertheless, Firefox demands its own updates, including its own
reboot, whensoever it damn pleases, and won't lift an electronic finger
till it gets its way.
Does this make some esoteric sense that I don't see?
If not, how do I eliminate or take control of its irritating
Beartooth Staffwright, Not Quite Clueless Power User
Remember I know little (precious little!) of where up is.
What's the deal with maintaining mailing lists on Fedora these days?
For years I've used mailman (first mailman2, now mailman3) on Fedora to
administer mailing lists. In mailman3, you also need postorius to
provide a web interface to users and hyperkitty to provide mail archive
On Fedora 35, mailman2 isn't available anymore, so that's when I
switched to mailman3. The original Fedora 35 did not have postorius,
but that became available later. Hyperkitty on the other hand is not
available on fedora 35. I use an rpm that I built myself.
On Fedora 36, mailman3 can be installed, but both postorius and
hyperkitty (there it is in the repository) cannot. They both depend on
a too old version of django.
On Fedora 37 (I know, not released yet, so any complaints should go to
the testing list) none of the packages can be installed since they all
depend on python 3.10 and F37 will come with 3.11. The packages are
actually the unmodified F36 packages.
Do people use mailman3 on Fedora? If so, how?
Should I invest time in getting it to work in a python virtual
environment? And how would that work with SELinux?
This very mailing list (users(a)lists.fedoraproject.org) is managed with
mailman3, but does the system on which it runs run Fedora?
Hi all of you,
I have a problem , non Fedora related : Is there a possibility to disable
the cartridge protection under Windows 10 Prof for the HP6950 printer ? HP
says that the printer is disigned only for HP cardtidges.
But in the past alternative cartridges did functionate perfect !!!
Any help would be usefull.
Ger van Dijck.
Gemaakt met Opera's e-mailprogramma: http://www.opera.com/mail/
I've run a M$ Windows VM under VirtualBox for seemingly
decades. My nearly only reason was to continue using
Quicken for family finances. Please, no comments about
alternatives, that is for another discussion
The latest incarnation, Win8 was on a Fedora 34 system. It
It no longer boots completely to the Windows user interface
so I decided to investigate Qemu/KVM for a new installation.
The new install is on Fedora 36 and is Win10. I had copies
of the Quicken data file on the Fedora disk, so installing
Quicken on the new VM and importing the data file has me
back up and running ... Almost.
The only significant difference is the network interface.
Under VBox the Windows VM had its own static LAN IP address.
The VBox configuration called it a network (or ethernet)
bridge. I don't recall ever creating the bridge so it was
either Long ago or VBox did it for me.
I would like the Win10, Qemu/KVM VM to also have its own
static address, but it seems I have to create the bridge
myself to do that.
All the procedures I find for creating a bridge require 2
distinct network interfaces. Is it impossible to have a
bridge with only one hardware interface. I expected something
like an alias (an alternative IP address that the interface
also responds to) could be used.
Jon H. LaBadie jonfu(a)jgcomp.com
Windows 11 Pro
Any of you guys having troubles upgrading Windows-11
build 21H2 to 22H2 on qemu-kvm?
I am upgrading from the ISO:
using the US English version:
The install goes all the way through the process and
when It does its final reboot, it throws the "Installation
failed in SAFE_OS phase with an error during BOOT
operation 0xC1900101 0x20017".
the log file for SafeOS errors is:
C:\$Windows.~BT\Sources\Panther: File named
Setupact.log records actions in the downlevel
and SafeOS phase. As the log can be very
large, setup also creates a file named
“Setuperr.log” that only has information
about the errors encountered by the Setup
to narrow the source of the problem.
And from the same reference:
Error Code Troubleshooting
C1900101-20017 A driver has caused an illegal
operation. Make sure all unnecessary devices
are disconnected except the keyboard and mouse.
Remove any 3rd party anti-virus.Make sure BIOS
firmware is updated on the motherboard.
which means there is a problem with a driver. I removed everything
except the keyboard and mouse. No joy.
And I can't find anything in the logs either.
It also begs the issue of why 21H2 is "safe" and 22H2
Any of you experiencing this? If so, how did you
work around it?
p.s. Ya, I know 'Windows is like that". Wish
I did not have to use it but 98% of my customers
have it and I can't find an any Linux customers
that are not of my own making. And I have to
feed my family.
Yesterday it worked.
Today it is not working.
Windows is like that.
Any of you guys figure out a way to get
to boot on qemu-kvm?
Mine freezes at the start of the annoy balls.
ISO is available from::
US English version
Installed the server version of Fedora in a lvm physical volume.
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use%
devtmpfs 4096 0 4096
tmpfs 8147016 0 8147016 0%
tmpfs 3258808 1992 3256816 1%
/dev/mapper/fedora_hpz440-root 15718400 12344216
3374184 79% /
tmpfs 8147020 36 8146984
/dev/nvme0n1p4 1038336 475108
563228 46% /boot
/dev/nvme0n1p3 613184 6320
606864 2% /boot/efi
tmpfs 1629400 3788 1625612 1%
Quickly started running out of space. Created a second physical volume
and used vgextend to add it to the volume group.
~]# vgextend fedora_hpz440 /dev/nvme0n1p6
Increased the size of the logical volume with some of the space of the
second physical volume.
~]# lvextend -L +150G /dev/mapper/fedora_hpz440/root
~]# vgdisplay fedora_hpz440
File descriptor 53 (anon_inode:inotify) leaked on vgdisplay invocation.
Parent PID 3867: -bash
File descriptor 58 (/memfd:pulseaudio (deleted)) leaked on vgdisplay
invocation. Parent PID 3867: -bash
--- Volume group ---
VG Name fedora_hpz440
Metadata Areas 2
Metadata Sequence No 12
VG Access read/write
VG Status resizable
MAX LV 0
Cur LV 1
Open LV 1
Max PV 0
Cur PV 2
Act PV 2
VG Size <416.17 GiB
PE Size 4.00 MiB
Total PE 106539
Alloc PE / Size 90893 / 355.05 GiB
Free PE / Size 15646 / <61.12 GiB
VG UUID XbAT6W-lu9n-hnUQ-fzQT-ndfw-DiaQ-KZq75s
Still running out of space. df doesn't show any increase.
Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use%
devtmpfs 4096 0 4096 0%
tmpfs 8147008 0 8147008 0%
tmpfs 3258804 2040 3256764 1%
/dev/mapper/fedora_hpz440-root 15718400 13444136 2274264 86% /
tmpfs 8147012 16 8146996 1%
/dev/nvme0n1p4 1038336 573872 464464 56%
/dev/nvme0n1p3 613184 6316 606868 2%
tmpfs 1629400 164 1629236 1%
Can't find a command to actually resize the file system.
Over the past few months, I have noticed that some PDF documents do not render on Fedora 36 using zathura, evince or okular. The PDF document, however renders fine on my phone. All of them are PDF, version 1.5, and they were sent to me by email, which I read using mutt.
What could be wrong and how could I trouble-shoot/fix this? Note that I can read many other PDFs using the same mailer, so there is something different with some PDFs (received by email) and read by using mutt.
Many thanks and best wishes,