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i think first one is better. i dont like font smoothing, love this clearity.


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I know this is an old question, but.... None of the solutions about deleting Web Data, create new profiles, etc worked for me on my CentOS 7 box. Here's what did work: sudo setsebool -P unconfined_chrome_sandbox_transition off I've submitted a bug to Google because I shouldn't have to disable that boolean to get Chrome to work.


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No, there is no clear way to integrate a Linux desktop with iCloud services, as Apple makes it difficult for anyone who is not using an Apple machine to use their services. ;)


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I wrestled with this apparent bug too. If you dual boot with Windows, and use a Microsoft wireless mouse, and have a motherboard that is always powered you get the problem in Linux. Briefly, Windows messes with the mouse transceiver configuration so Linux sees the wheel as scrolling way too fast, which it is after running Windows. The workaround is to ...


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In bash, the "export" builtin will export the variable to the shell process's environment. Any processes started from that shell will inherit the process from that shell. If you want the envvar to be persistent, you must set it in some place that the software started will inherit from. For the locale related vars, use /etc/locale.conf (manpage). For other ...


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I was fighting this myself. I got close with setarch i686 dnf builddep wine --best --allowerasing but it bombs out in conflict hell. It seems to think the i686 packages are installed when only the x86_64 versions are there. For instance package cups-devel-1:2.0.3-1.fc22.i686 is already installed when rpm -q cups-devel only lists ...


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I had the same issue with a much more recent Fedora version (F20), and gnome-keyring version was not the culprit. Here is how I solved it : Right click on nm-applet. Click on "edit connections". Select the connection you're having issues with, then "edit". Go to the "Wi-Fi Security" tab and enter the wifi password. Save and exit.


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Possibly you have a service that is breaking the powering off. In my case was the apache service. So I just run systemctl stop httpd.service and I worked.


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By the way you can ask ps to show corresponding systemd unit. [lnykryn@notas]$ ps -o'pid,ppid,args,unit' `pgrep pulse` PID PPID COMMAND UNIT 1345 1 /usr/bin/pulseaudio --start session-1.scope


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Look at the keepcache parameter. I believe that it goes in /etc/dnf/dnf.conf and should read keepcache=1 or keepcache="true"


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A) Is there a way to determine the systemd unit that caused the creation of a specific process (in my example output, process 2738, the PA daemon)? Sure. You can run systemctl status <pid> and systemd will find you the unit that contains that PID. For example, on my system I find a dnsmasq process: # ps -fe | grep dnsmasq nobody 18834 1193 ...


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Note, a process having a parent PPID of 1 does not mean it was created by systemd. Any process that loses its parent process is automatically re-assigned the parent 1. You can see the hierarchy of systemd processes with systemctl status which shows for me amongst other stuff (edited): CGroup: |-1 /usr/lib/systemd/systemd --system --deserialize 17 ...


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one can also link the header file: ln -S /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/build/include/linux/version.h /usr/include/linux/version.h


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Yum is simply updating its package database. Maybe this happens because you install packages not too often. Note that if you have fedora 22, you should use $ dnf install a_package instead of the deprecated $ yum install a_package


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I think you may mean glxinfo32. It's in the package glx-utils.i686, see https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/glx-utils/overview/ To install type (I don't know)


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Have you tried to configure local yum server and local repositories for it? If no then please follow this link, and just start from the YUM configuration. I have mentioned the steps below as well: For GUI interface in RHEL 6.2 follow below steps::: For GUI interface in RHEL 6.2 you have to install all the gnome packages of RHEL 6.2. Using rpm it is not ...


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There is no KDE Plasma 5.12. Judging by the screenshot, you're referring to KDE Plasma 5.3 or older. In the upcoming KDE Plasma 5.4 release the clock tooltip has slightly improved in terms of "timezones having a different date" as the date will now be just shown by default: I agree that having something with a visual representation of the timezones would ...


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As BrianM already explained, you should use the newest version of Fedora and the standart Workstation image. However, follow the instructions from the Fedora Documentation. The instructions how to verify the image with a hashsum are also important to avoid a corrupt image.


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A netinstall image is just a very basic system that can boot into the installer and then download everything else it needs. You will need to have an internet connection to use a netinstall image. You will also want to make sure your network card is supported by the kernel the netinstall image uses. If you install with the live image you can install ...


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My advice would be to download Fedora 22 Workstation installer from Fedora's site (https://getfedora.org/) and run it. Fedora 20 is a couple of years old and while it is certainly still usable, they have made improvements. As for the live usb creator, if my memory serves that creates an installable version on a usb device. I used it once a long time ago ...


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The most relevant line from your log is: Apr 10 04:47:33 democom runuser[23853]: -bash: /usr/bin/vncserver: /usr/bin/perl: bad interpreter: Permission denied Is it possible that perl is not installed in /usr/bin? Otherwise, something appears to be going wrong very early in the execution of that perl script. One way to debug would be to take whatever ...


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Check on /tmp/.X11-unix directory if X? file already exists (? the display #). If yes, rm -f that file and restart vncserver. If not, something else is blocking the way ?


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One can also try to disable fbdev and run SVGATextMode (that works well on nVidia hardware) from init instead. It will give a native VGA-like text mode that is very fast, but modes are tedious to setup for good text quality with modern monitors and they have some limitations (font no more than 9 dots wide and 512 characters in it maximum).


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I recently had a similar problem with missing files on openSUSE 13.2 and fixed it with: rpm -Va --nodeps --nodigest --noscripts --nosignature --nofiledigest --nosize --nomode --nordev --nouser --nogroup --nomtime\ | awk -e '($1=="missing") && ($2=="d") {system("rpm -qf "$3);}; ($1=="missing") && ($2!="d") && ($2!="c") {system("rpm ...


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If you want it accessible all the time, chuck a line in your /etc/fstab. If you've already mounted it manually from the command line you should have all the settings worked out. # <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass> # / was on /dev/sda1 during installation ...


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Searching for "ERROR @wl_cfg80211_get_tx_power : error (-1)" gave me a whole ream of the same question, but it does seem to have a common thread... Kernel version 3.16-3.19 + Broadcom drivers: (sorry for the links, but its hard to follow the thought-thread without them) https://bugs.mageia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=15893 leads to ...


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The easier way might be to "restore" windows and then install fedora. (Regarding shared ESP and the fact that some distros are easy at formatting the already existing one, that's why I didn't go for the "shared" one and ALT Linux makes a separate EFI System Partition just in case...) If you want to have extended fun anyways, read ...


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FYI, I got it to work by not selecting the "Easy Install" or disconnecting the second CD-ROM drive that contains the autorun.iso (or whatever it's named),leaving just the CD-ROM drive that has the ISO. The installer starts right up.


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You can try to disable the PIN2 lock on the SIM card with qmicli: sudo apt-get install libqmi-utils sudo qmicli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 --dms-uim-get-pin-status sudo qmicli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 --dms-uim-set-pin-protection=PIN2,disable,0000 sudo qmicli -d /dev/cdc-wdm0 --dms-uim-get-pin-status This assumes that 0000 is your current PIN2 – adapt as needed. However, ...


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You can use dnf-automatic with three settings: apply_updates = yes download_updates = yes upgrade_type = security (Default configuration file is /etc/dnf/automatic.conf) or using: dnf updateinfo list security to get all available updates, then update them manually.


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As per information on rpm.pbone.net xls2csv-1.06-14.fc19.noarch.rpm package provides: Content of RPM : /usr/bin/convertxls2csv /usr/share/man/man1/convertxls2csv.1.gz So you can use convertxls2csv instead of xlsx2csv command from this package. I think it works same as you wanted. For more information see man page: man convertxls2csv.


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The problem has been solved, It was actually a screen problem(although I still don't understand how shutting down causes it to be more persistent). The connector at the back of the screen us shaky


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Probably. Put the kernel into /boot/vmlinuz-<version>, put the modules into /lib/modules/<version>, run dracut /boot/initramfs-<version>.img <version> to generate the initramfs image, cross your fingers, and reboot. You say, "Also, I have no chance to make such experiment on my own", but of course you do. Boot up a Fedora VM, put ...


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Regardless Kernels And Modules Package Sorting : This is tested under Mageia/Redhat etc like systems 1. Get all used licenses from all your packages. rpm -qia | grep "License" | sort 2. Find out what license does not match your needs 3. Find out what package are using the problematic license rpm -qia | grep ": Problematic License" -A 15 -B 20 ...


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KDM has a bug where it will ignore the multi-user.target target when using systemd. You still need to set the multi-user.target as mentioned in the answers above. But for some reason KDE will ignore that even when it is correctly set and still run at boot :/ . Here is the work around that I found that eventually did the trick. Add the following to your ...



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