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I have done this. I assume you know how to create rpms Create the rpm for the said package. Create a repo using the createrepo tool add your repo to your kickstart file like so repo --name=nameofrepo --baseurl=yoururltoyourrepo then just add the package in your kickstart file Hope that helps


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sandbox -M -i test cat test worked for me


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You can make a script that does the following: xdotool key super+d wmctrl -s <desktop#> and bind that to the key you want. You probably have to install packages before you can use the commands (sudo apt-get install xdotool wmctrl on Debian based systems). As a bash script moving back to the first window (counting starts at 0): #!/bin/bash xdotool ...


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If you want modify all firefox profiles that are currently in use, you can use this simple script: #!/bin/bash for f in $(ps aux |grep "/usr/lib/firefox/firefox" | head -1 |cut -d " " -f1); do echo " * Found some firefox running .... updating pluginreg.dat" for d in $(find /home/${f}/.mozilla/ -name "pluginreg.dat"); do echo " ...


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I ran into this too, and found the answer in mozilla's bugzilla. In short, it happened because the plugin was updated while Firefox was running, and the pluginreg.dat got corrupted. So: exit firefox rm ~/.mozilla/firefox/*/pluginreg.dat start firefox again and you'll be all set. (The file will be regenerated.) Of course, you'll need to make sure that ...


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I installed the RHEL7 package on my newly installed Fedora 21 (x86_64). Works flawlessly thus far.


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This is probably related to this bug: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1010572.


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The touchpad issue is a kernel driver problem and changing distros won't get you out of it, unfortunately. There are reports of the same issue, e.g. with fedora, and I believe this is the most upstream one. "Upstream" means toward the original source, so the most upstream you can get is the actual original source, and that is it. If it's busted there, ...


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Braiam suggested in the comments that if wpa_supplicant@wlan0 doesn't exist, I may need to create it myself, and also pointed me to a page in the Arch Linux wiki describing how to do so. I had to tweak things slightly for Fedora, but the following worked for me: Create a systemd unit, /etc/systemd/system/network-wireless@.service: [Unit] ...


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Not really a transaction error from what I can see, it's a file conflict. IMO (maybe someone can correct me) you pretty much have to remove the npm package. Either physically or just from the RPM database. If you're comfortable with it, you can just do a rpm -e npm to uninstall the package and remove the conflicting files from the filesystem. This would ...


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I suspect that it returns the error "Failure to issue method call:.." because it cannot find the wlan0 interface. Are you sure that your wireless card is actually referred to as wlan0. Fedora introduced a new naming scheme with version 15, deviating from the usual ethX/wlanX naming for network devices: More specific information can be found in the wiki Type ...


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As of this writing, there is no minetest 0.4.10 update for Fedora 20. I see that it's included in the new Fedora 21 release. You could also use my COPR, which tracks minetest development (roughly whenever I get around to updating it). See http://copr.fedoraproject.org/coprs/mattdm/minetest — there are builds for F19 and F20 as well as F21.


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Add this line to /etc/yum.conf (got the idea from the post by DaPillow) proxy=socks5://ip:port It worked for me using yum 3.4.3 on Fedora 21, hope this helps.


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Why do you use \ at all? The detach character is d.


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In addition to LVM internal RAID and mdadm RAID that Hauke mentioned Btrfs and ZFS have RAID support built-in. Btrfs has RAID-0, RAID-1, RAID-10 and staring with Linux 3.9 RAID-5 and RAID-6. Those are in compatible with other Btrfs version with at least the same version. ZFS has RAID-0, RAID-1, RAID-10, RAID-5, RAID-6, RAID-0 under different names, as well ...


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There are several ways to create a SoftRAID with Linux: LVM's internal RAID and four versions of MD RAID (mdadm): 0.90, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2. Every non-ancient Linux should understand them all. There should not be any problem with a distro change.


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It's here buried in a table on the Fedora Project's site, on a page titled simply: Red Hat Enterprise Linux.      


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You can use the following unit file as a template: [Unit] Description=A Test Service That Prints the date After=network.target [Service] EnvironmentFile=-/etc/sysconfig/myservice ExecStart=/usr/bin/bash -c "/usr/bin/date >> /now.txt" $MYSERVICE_ARGS [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target Save it in /etc/systemd/system/ with a .service file extension ...


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I found a solution, I installed some packages which I found after reading this, these are the packages I installed: kdeartwork x86_64 4.14.3-1.fc21 fedora 2.2 M kdeartwork-common noarch 4.14.3-1.fc21 fedora 32 k kdeartwork-kxs x86_64 4.14.3-1.fc21 fedora 75 k kdeartwork-screensavers ...


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To trace which processes consume inotify watches (not instances) you can use the dynamic ftrace feature of the kernel if it is enabled in your kernel. The kernel option you need is CONFIG_DYNAMIC_FTRACE. First mount the debugfs filesystem if it is not already mounted. mount -t debugfs nodev /sys/kernel/debug Go under the tracing subdirectory of this ...


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As it turns out, it seems the underlying issue was not having the right proprietary drivers installed for my nVidia graphics card. I was under the presumption that I had to use nVidia's driver installer, but installing the right packages from RPMFusion and disabling Nouveau worked perfectly. Since installing the necessary drivers, my system is running ...


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Please find the below solution to your computer's boot-related problem: First of all, open the Charms Bar. To open the Charms Bar, please press Windows Key + C simultaneously. The Charms Bar will be displayed at the right corner of the screen. Now click the Settings icon, and then click Change PC Settings -> Update & Recovery -> Recovery. Click "Get ...


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The way to stop/start services in Fedora (later versions) is using systemctl. However, there may be a few services left in /etc/init.d/ which you could control with the service command. You can still control them with systemctl as systemd automatically maps them to unit files for you. For example, on my CentOS 7 (Fedora 19 or thereabouts), there is a ...


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It's typically the case that the service scripts are redirected to systemctl (Systemd) scripts so it's basically your preference which you want to use. Example From my Fedora 20 system. $ service sshd status Redirecting to /bin/systemctl status sshd.service sshd.service - OpenSSH server daemon Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/sshd.service; ...


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That is a list of the repositories that yum is currently using. You can get a description of each using: $ yum repolist You can remove this by lowering the debug level of yum: $ yum -d 1 install <a package> To make it permanent, find debuglevel in /etc/yum.conf and set it to 1 (I believe the default is 2). If you do this, you may miss important ...


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I eventually just wrote a script that could be used to install and uninstall the driver, as well as set up the xorg.conf as my system required it: #!/bin/bash if [[ ! $(whoami) = "root" ]]; then echo -e "\033[1;31mPlease run this as root\033[0m" exit 1 fi if [ "$1" = "enable" ]; then echo -e "\033[22;34mInstalling fglrx... ...


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You can do this in single user mode. Restart system, at grub prompt press down or up arrow so grub screen will be pause. Press "e" to edit grub entries, Select the kernel line and again press "e" to edit mode Now add "1" or "single" at end of the line. and press enter. Press "b" to boot with this setting. Now fedora will start in single user mode. Now you ...


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If you don't have root password, You have to boot with a Live-CD and chroot to your partition, find out to read only mounted or rw mounted with mount command. If read only mounted, use the following command: mount -o rw,remount / Then use : passwd root


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I had a similar issue and used the following steps: $ sudo yum update --skip-broke $ sudo yum remove epel-release.noarch $ sudo yum update NOTE: you may need to remove other conflicting repositories.



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