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I have these headphones as well, along with a handy laptop running Fedora 24. After chatting with one of the Bluez developers on IRC, I have things working. Below is what I've found. (Note that I know very little about Bluetooth so I may be using incorrect terminology for some of this.) The headphones support (or at least say they support) bluetooth LE ...


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Create a file called org.gnome.Terminal.dockitem in ~/.config/plank/dock1/launchers/ Paste the following in that file and save. [PlankItemsDockItemPreferences] Launcher=file:///usr/share/applications/org.gnome.Terminal.desktop Restart Plank and your Terminal should appear. It creates another icon when you launch, if I figure that out I will update my ...


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I found this answer to a duplicate question on ServerFault titled: yum equivalent of “apt-get purge" that provides the only method I've seen that can do what apt-get purge <pkg> does on Ubuntu/Debian. for package in package1 package2 package3 do echo "removing config files for $package" for file in $(rpm -q --configfiles $package) do echo " ...


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You can use your package manager to find out which package clang-tidy provides. For example on Fedora/CentOS: dnf whatprovides '*/clang*tidy*' On Debian/Ubuntu you can use an analogous apt-file search command. However, on Fedora 23 clang-tidy just isn't packaged. No match is found. There is even an open bug report: Missing clang-query and clang-tidy ...


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I read up on your specific headphones, and they use Near Field Communication (NFC) to facilitate pairing, and this was mentioned as specifically added in Bluez 5.3, although, it mentioned on at least one blog "NFC comes built in to the new keyboard, but unfortunately Gnu/Linux doesn’t support NFC well yet. Although NFC support is built in to the Linux ...


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The messages show that you have a conflict between a 32-bit package and a 64-bit package. That could have happened as a result of mixing repositories from different places (there's not enough information in the question to clarify this). However, you may be able to remove the 32-bit package without disturbing anything that you actually need. Rather than ...


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You should checkout this post on the Fedora form. https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/35074/restore-fedora-official-repository-files/ In places of the URL where you see 20 I would replace with 24.


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The resize2fs does not support shrinking of a mounted file system: DESCRIPTION The resize2fs program will resize ext2, ext3, or ext4 file systems. It can be used to enlarge or shrink an unmounted file system located on device. If the filesystem is mounted, it can be used to expand the size of the mounted filesystem, assuming the ...


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Although I think it can be changed by editing conf file, using the dropdown top-right of the lightdm login screen is easier. gnome or gnome-session is not appeared in the dropdown?


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I found the answer. I updated ~/.config/monitors.xml and looked for VGA1 which is my TV and set up correct width and height (1408x792) and after a restart the configuration was applied successfully.


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Patrick's suggestion of docker is good. Any other virtualisation method would work well too (e.g. VirtualBox or kvm). Another option is to create another user (e.g. minecraft) on your system just for running minecraft server. Give it it's own group (e.g. minecraft) and make sure all minecraft files have RW access for group, then add your own user to the ...


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Since OC 9.0(?) Filesystem checks are disabled by default for more performance. Check and maybe change your config.php to 'filesystem_check_changes' => 1, https://doc.owncloud.com/server/7.0EE/admin_manual/configuration_server/config_sample_php_parameters.html


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Okay, so after I tried some more things I got another error: dconf-WARNING **: failed to commit changes to dconf: DBus.Error:org.gtk.GDBus.UnmappedGError.Quark._g_2dfile_2derror_2dquark.Code17: Cannot open dconf database: invalid gvdb header So I figured that meant something was wrong with ~/.config/dconf The solution was that I just deleted ~/.config/...


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In the end the solution was to run the following command: firewall-cmd --zone=FedoraServer --add-port=3000/tcp Seems that on Fedora 24, or the Fedora 24 as set up on linodes perhaps, iptables doesn't have a TCP entry.


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As I understand, upgrade step by step is most supported way. Upgrading is not only replacing old files to new, it also can contain conversion of old configuration to new (install script in rpm can do many things). This upgrade process tested for some popular upgrade scenarios and can depends on core system components (glibc binutils ...). There possible not ...


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There are compat-gcc* packages providing older version of GCC on Fedora. You can find them in koji and install them using dnf (version 3.4): dnf install compat-gcc-34


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Just so you know before you do anything take a full backup if you can or at least your root drive. Messing with LVM is all good until there is a mistake then its hard to get stuff back. Now you will want to do this on a live CD as the root partition needs to be unmounted and then from a terminal in the live session we will do the following. Make sure that ...


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I have also bought Bose QC 35 few days ago. After some initial problems, I managed to make it work on Debian, with ALSA and bluez 4.x apt-get install bluetooth apt-get install bluez-alsa apt-get install blueman after installing these packages, it still did not work. The problem was with dbus permissions. I solved it by adding my user (uid 1000) to group ...


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You cannot recover this directory or its contents unless you have a backup. However, unless you have made modifications to the files in that directory (which are your Yum repository specifications), you should be able to retreive the files as they were from another Fedora system of the same version. If there were custom modifications or additional files ...


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http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2316240 Aswer is here. Problem is that somehow a generic touchpad is detected even though a different touchpad is actually in use. All the commands I tried went to the generic touchpad which doesn't actually exist, so that's why nothings worked. Tried the fix and now it's all good.


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As you found out, with dnf you need to specify the --releaserver argument. In addition, if you want to use repositories specific to the chroot, then you'll need a bit more work. I find the easiest solution is to create your own dnf.conf file inside the chroot, put the repository configurations inside, and then use it. For example, let's say you want to ...


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The solution is sudo usermod -a -G sys YourUser I wrote a more detailed article on how to debug such issues.


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I upgraded Fedora 16 to 17, then to 19, then to 21, and I think most of the issues I hit probably would have been hit in a clean install anyway. However, each upgrade took about a full day including doing a full drive image beforehand, then following all the detailed upgrade procedures I've read which include doing things like checking for RPM packages ...



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