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If a website only runs HTTP you won't be able to access it in HTTPS, no matter how hard you try. However, you don't need HTTPS to ensure package integrity. Each RPM is digitally signed to ensure no third party has tampered its contents. FYI, the GPG keys for RPM Fusion are here and they'll be automatically installed when you download and install the RPM ...


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Fedora uses RPMs. Assuming the util-linux RPM is installed on your system, the command to show the pre-removal scriptlet is: rpm -q --queryformat '%{PREUN}\n' util-linux You can check if the "util-linx" RPM is installed with this command: rpm -q util-linux If you want to show all RPM scriptlets for util-linux, you can use this command: rpm -q ...


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You can try: yum swap generic-release fedora-release or you can try with: yum shell > remove generic-release > install fedora-release > run if it does not work may be you can download correct rpm packages fedora-release fedora-release-notes and run: rpm -e --no-deps generic-release generic-release-notes rpm -ihv fedora-release-*


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I have the mid 2015 macbook pro (UK keyboard), and have most of the features working with Fedora 22. The brightness setting returning to 100% after reboot, and non-working hibernation/shutdown are the only two issues I'm aware of that I haven't fixed. Here's what I did: Mac OS Boot: Probably not much different to Marcelo's response, but I fixed this by ...


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Try this... Use defaults w/o passphrase... that will give you passwordless SSH. This is ideal for a system that is well secured or possibly in a home environment. If you enter a passphrase, you can use a ssh-agent by spawning ssh-add on the load of your gui session. This will manage your keyring by using a single passphrase and even for the passphrases you ...


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This is related to your laptop's battery poor performance. This you can be more clear with checking ACPI(Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) modules. When my kernel was updated, I restarted my system and started the new kernel---however it failed to load and the same error messages were sent to the terminal. Then, again I reverted back to my old ...


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on CentOS/RHEL 6.x (and up) and Fedora 20 (and up): When you login, the script $HOME/.bash_profile is executed and this script adds $HOME/bin to your path. on Ubuntu: When you login, the script $HOME/.profile is executed and this script adds $HOME/bin to your path. (source: http://askubuntu.com/questions/49784/how-is-bin-added-to-my-path)


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You can add the following to your ~/.bashrc and source it then. xfreerdpp() { xfreerdp /v:$1 /u:username /d:domain /p:password /size:1024x768 /clipboard /cert-ignore & } To execute: xfreerdpp xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Please also consider the security concern raised by @Nasha too. In order to pass the password as an argument you can do: xfreerdpp() { ...


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You are missing a library called ncurses which is used by your application. Just install it with sudo yum install ncurses ncurses-devel As your are building it from sources, you'll need to satisfy the dependencies yourself. That's what rpm packages are meant for : listing dependencies, resolving and installing them so the requested package will work. Edit: ...


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Are you using a cluster environment? If yes, please check if the device has been using by another node. Also please make sure /dev/sda2 has a correct format. The "df" command only shows which are already mounted.


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For reference and completeness sake, one command that would be able to achieve what initially asked for would be something like this (quickly fiddled together, but it's working) rpm -qf $(rpm -Va 2>&1 | grep -vE '^$|prelink:' | sed 's|.* /|/|') | sort -u Here's a short explanation of the various parts: rpm -Va 2>&1 Will run a complete ...


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This is in /etc/skel/.profile and consequently in all users ~/.profile until changed. # set PATH so it includes user's private bin if it exists if [ -d "$HOME/bin" ] ; then PATH="$HOME/bin:$PATH" fi True of Debian 6, therefore Ubuntu, and maybe others.


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The Fedora Project has some documentation on its mirrorlists on its MirrorManage wiki page. metalink=http://mirrors.fedoraproject.org/metalink?repo=fedora-10&arch=$basearch mirrorlist=http://mirrors.fedoraproject.org/mirrorlist?repo=fedora-10&arch=$basearch I also discovered that the CentOS 7 epel-release package installs a configuration ...


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This could because the config file is different between root and user make it just be able to start under root. I viewed this file under normal user ~/.config/terminator/config and try to remove this line to make it similar to the one in root use_custom_command = True For those who get the error with key-binding for hide_window, try to map it to ...


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Fedora 12 is a bit old but I think you can still do the following: Look in /var/log/secure which has lines for each use of sudo. For example, you might find: Aug 11 15:16:37 home sudo: user : TTY=pts/2 ; PWD=/home/user ; \ USER=root ; COMMAND=/bin/rpm -i /home/user/mypackage.rpm List all the installation times of the rpms with: rpm -qa --qf '%{name} ...


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To boot MacOS from grub, you need just a single line in the MacOS entry: exit. This will exit grub and then the efi firmware will use the second partition in the boot order, which should be your MacOS installation (if Fedora hasn't messed up the order, otherwise you would need to fix that with efibootmgr).


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Try installing Fedora first and then Debian. Debian usually plays well with others, as long as it the last kid picked.



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