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From Fedora /etc/bashrc: for i in /etc/profile.d/*.sh; do if [ -r "$i" ]; then if [ "$PS1" ]; then . "$i" else . "$i" >/dev/null fi fi done And in /etc/profile.d are files in which are defined aliases. ll is defined in /etc/profile.d/colorls.sh


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Check out type ll to see :) On Fedora you're likely to get something like ll is an alias for ls -l, which would mean that Fedora just comes preconfigured with the same alias you've mentioned.


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I'm not sure what sort of install you did, but if you tell it you want a software development you should get gcc I think. After the fact if you want a lot of those common tools you can do yum groupinstall 'C Development Tools and Libraries'


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So it appears it wasn't the ISO, after all. At some point I noticed that the USB stick had a GPT partition table on it. So, following the instructions at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/How_to_create_and_use_Live_USB#litd I reset it by: #livecd-iso-to-disk --format --reset-mbr --overlay-size-mb 1024 /home/alf/Fedora-Live-MATE_Compiz-x86_64-21-5.iso ...


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It is shown after you have selected a user. Hit enter or click on your name. A gear-wheel will appear where you can choose the session to run. If you plan to use KDE, I'd suggest changing GDM to KDM. systemctl disable gdm systemctl enable kdm reboot


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I don't see in your post that you have tried creating a new partition in the available space - via Fedora's installer. You may want to try that.


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This is an SELinux problem, caused by your home directory being in a weird location. The thing you did to disable it, didn't. SELinux isn't a service, and systemctl status selinux is just telling you that ("not-found (Reason: No such file or directory)"). You could run setenforce permissive or otherwise disable SELinux, but this kind of like taking the ...


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Grab the fedora-release package from any mirror and reinstall it. That should get your repo files back. For example rpm -Uvh https://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/archive/fedora/linux/releases/17/Fedora/i386/os/Packages/f/fedora-release-17-1.noarch.rpm You would just need to know which version of Fedora you have to get the right repo.


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It seems to be a problem with one of my USB controllers, plugging the devices in at the other controller resolved the issue.


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Yes. yum install texlive-scheme-full is the way to go. While the installed packages are not fully equivalent the intention is the same. As stated here: https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/44989/how-to-install-latex-for-fedora-19/ there are the following schemes: texlive-scheme-basic : basic scheme (plain and latex) texlive-scheme-context : ConTeXt ...


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This is a known bug with NetworkManager, and it's been open since October 2010: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=633337 It does not seem likely that NetworkManager will be able to import .ovpn files any time soon. Given this, you have two alternatives: Use the following command instead: sudo openvpn --config client.ovpn. This works for me in ...


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As @ChristianCiupitu explained above, the package doesn't exist for Fedora 20, and As root: Run pip --version and ensure that it says "python 3.x" at the end and not "python 2.x". If it's not your Python 3 pip, find it and use it instead. Run pip install pandas. This will install the latest version pandas along with any needed dependencies. You can ...


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Check that you didn't turn on slow keys. In this regime the keyboard actually works, but you have to press a key for about a second. It can be turned off by pressing Shift for about 8 seconds or longer. It can be disabled e.g. by installing xkbset and xkbset -sl # Disable slow keys (if already active). xkbset -a # Disable accessibility to prevent it ...



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