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It is a regression (previously fixed bug that's come up again) in Chromium / Chrome. The Google developers seem to be in no hurry to fix it, or even acknowledge that it's their bug (sigh). Current bug ID: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=477329 Original closed bug: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=41853


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This is not a problem. We didn't do a mass rebuild for F22, so some packages which were last built in the F21 timeframe are still labeled with F21. You're not the only one with this worry, though, so we wrote an article about it on Fedora Magazine — see Fedora 22 will contain some fc21 packages.


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This command: yum remove kde* worked fine for me on Fedora 21.


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Put scriptname.desktop containing this: [Desktop Entry] Name="devilspie" GenericName="devilspie" Comment="is this necesery?" Exec=/usr/bin/devilspie Terminal=false Type=Application X-Gnome-Autostart=true here: /home/user/.config/autostart


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This is a feature of systemd 183 and newer, documented most fully in the Inhibitor Lock Developer Documentation. You can also look at the man page for systemd-inhibit — and for that matter, you can use that command to run another command with an inhibitor taken. The things that can be inhibited include: shutdown sleep idle plus handle-power-key, ...


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Now we got unar repoquery unar -i Name : unar Version : 1.8.1 Release : 5.fc21 Architecture: x86_64 Size : 4768283 Packager : Fedora Project Group : Unspecified URL : http://unarchiver.c3.cx/commandline License : LGPLv2+ Repository : fedora Summary : Multi-format extractor Source : ...


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I had a issue with some similarities (including broken volume but at low level). I found a workaroudn and explained in Pulseaudio with external sound adapter: work around broken sound . Let's adapt it for your case. The command below should find the correct sink name for you (it just takes the first one): export LC_ALL=C ADAPTER_SINK_NAME=$( pactl list ...


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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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You could probably just shortcut: xbacklight -dec 10 & xbacklight -inc 10 to whatever keys you want. I do this in Fluxbox like so: echo "232 :Exec xbacklight -dec 10" >> ~/.fluxbox/keys echo "233 :Exec xbacklight -inc 10" >> ~/.fluxbox/keys


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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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This is due to the limitations of the MBR. If you had a GPT (GUID Partition Table) you wouldn't have any problem. it is possible to use logical partitions instead of primary partitions for the swap, /boot, /, and /home partitions You will not have any problem. You have to create an extended partition (which is a primary special partition/placeholder) and ...


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It's SELinux. Even though I stopped and disabled it using systemctl, I still needed to use /usr/bin/setenforce 0. Passwordless login now works as expected.


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In Fedora 20 (and 21), you should create the file under /etc/rc.d/: sudo vi /etc/rc.d/rc.local Inside, add the sh shebang, your command (without "sudo") and exit: #!/bin/sh mount -t vboxsf <SHARE_FOLDER> /home/<username>/<HOST> exit 0 And ensure the file is executable: chmod 755 /etc/rc.d/rc.local


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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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Another way I'm thinking that might work comes from http://fedoraforum.org/forum/showthread.php?t=271496 Wherein the solution suggested was to manually update fedora.repo with [fedora] name=Fedora $releasever - $basearch failovermethod=priority #baseurl=http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/fedora/linux/releases/$releasever/Everything/$basearch/os/ ...


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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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When you compiled are you included the elf and out file format? And compat32? When you compile ensure all "standard" options of the standard kernel are included best way is cd /usr/src/linux(must point to your new sources) zcat /proc/config.gz > .config make clean make oldconfig #answer only if sure and use a lot the ? make,make install etc etc Of ...


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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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If you are compiling C programs on any edition of Fedora, you'll have best luck if you install the entire C Development Tools and Libraries group, rather than guessing piecemeal which parts might be required. Oh, and just plain Development Tools as well. Different "flavors" of Fedora — from the desktop-focused Fedora Workstation to the, well, server-focused ...


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I was running into the same issue before. I was able to solve this by adding this line to my setup: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/path/to/Raster_DSDK/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH Link: https://gist.github.com/oeon/6527004 (Not my work, just a helpful person)


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Using Firefox to import my personal certificate let both Firefox and the vpnui client get through the certificate errors. For some reason, importing through Chrome did not allow the vpnui client to get through, though it could get to the login page itself.


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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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rpm -q gtk3-devel, at the most basic level. But, installing that is not necessarily going to pull in everything you need. You can short-cut this by installing the GNOME Software Development group. (Even if you are not doing GNOME development, this happens to be a group which contains gtk3-devel and many related packages.) Do this: sudo yum groupinstall ...


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http://dailypackage.fedorabook.com/?/archives/158-System-Recovery-Week-Rescue-Mode-and-Reinstalling-Grub.html When a system is too damaged to permit booting from the hard disk drive, it's necessary to boot from another medium. The Fedora installation discs support a "Rescue mode" in which the system is booted from the CD and the hard disk partitions are ...



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