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I'm not sure about Fedora, but just yesterday I've installed an Apple Wireless keyboard on Debian without any problems. My goal was to pair the keyboard from the console so it will connect automatically even if I boot into the console and don't run X. So to connect a bluetooth keyboard you don't need any GUI tools. I've mostly used this nice guide. It's ...


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Thank you all. The problem has been solved. I do have python3.3 and python2.7 on my computer. I remove python3.3 by yum remove python3 . The numpy problem is solved by addding export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/ to the ./bashrc Again, many thanks!


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An RPM package for Fedora 21 is now available on the official downloads page: http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/workbench


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Your permissions are too lax. chmod u=rwx,go= .ssh # 0700 chmod u=rw,go= .ssh/* # 0600 I'm going to assume that the user/group you have specified are the correct values for whatever uses /home/web as its home directory. To diagnose this kind of error it's best to look at the daemon/auth logs on the server. See the tag ssh here for more details.


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INITIAL SOLUTION So, you have systemd as your init. In that case, I'd first suggest to avoid using the compatibility layer at least in your own code and instead use systemd's native tools. Here, your best bet would be to use systemd's ability to run arbitrary files in /usr/lib/systemd/system-shutdown as part of its shutdown logic. To quote ...


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On all recent Fedora releases, /bin is a symlink to /usr/bin — which means if you look in /bin, you actually get redirected to the /usr/bin. However, both appear in $PATH (hmmm; that probably should be cleaned up), and that's what you're seeing with which -a python — two ways to get to an actually-identical binary. So, there's no problem here. (Note, ...


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which python only tells you the executable that would be run with the command python, i.e. it typically returns exactly one result per argument, unless you specify -a, in which case it searches all the directories in the $PATH environment variable. But in all cases it is the same python command. If you want to know how many versions of python are installed ...


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Generally, the model right now is to just start your application directly as the single process in the container. This approach has its flaws, but also seems to be the current main thinking of containerization efforts. The other models — containers as something more like a lightweight vm, with more supporting infrastructure running — is useful too, but ...


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Go to Systems Settings -> Locale -> Country/Region & Language. Click the "Other" tab. You should see a setting for "Measurement system" which you can set to metric. If you are in a country that uses metric by default, you should be able to do this automatically by selecting the right one in the "Country" tab. If that doesn't work, right click on the ...


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Once you umount, it is indeed "safely removed". But, as your hard-drive is still physically attached to your computer, you can still see it. If you do a lsblk, you'll see that there isn't a mount point for it (or if there is, your drive could have been mounted on several places...). While it's still plugged (but not necessarily mounted), you should also ...


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tried it in fedora also...Same problem Simple: there is no problem on your machine. You're trying to fix a problem which does not exist, at least not where you're trying to fix it. As you know, when using a proxy, you change your network transaction from... YOU <===> INTERNET <===> TARGET ... to... YOU <===> INTERNET ...


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While I agree that you may want to consider upgrading to a newer release, I grant that this is not always an option. You can compile from source (assuming you have a working older version of gcc), which may be found from the GNU project here.


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OK, so I do have a working read-only system on an SD card that allows the read/write switch to be set to read-only mode. I'm going to answer my own question, since I have a feeling I'll be looking here again for the steps, and hopefully this will help someone else out. While setting various directories in /etc/fstab as read-only on a Red Hat Enterprise ...


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Fedora 14 is ancient release. It is not supported for long time. Please get current version of Fedora, it is Fedora 21. Then your problems should be gone.


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It is also possible to setup a Proxy DHCP service for PXE. Thus, the existing DHCP server does not need to be changed. A normal Linux system (e.g. a workstation) can then be used to host the preboot execution environment (PXE). Following steps are necessary to setup a PXE for net-booting a Fedora network install image (assuming also a Fedora host): Verify ...


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Sounds like something went a little wrong in Fedup. Since every system which has been running for a while and has had some packages added and removed is effectively unique, this, unfortunately, happens sometimes. From your comments, you have some duplicate packages and other issues; to fix this, make sure you have the yum-utils package installed, and run ...


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Fedora Server doesn't come with the packages for a graphical environment installed. It's meant to be managed remotely. If you want to add one, you can, but you'll need to do that in addition to changing the default target. Try sudo yum groupinstall basic-desktop-environment or sudo yum groupinstall xfce-desktop-environment Alternately, if really what ...


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It is booting into your graphical environment, however it's failing to load the environment. (You wouldn't see a cursor if X or Wayland wasn't started) This sounds like a configuration problem. I don't know the inner workings of fedora so I can't help with that, but in the meantime, if you can successfully load the GUI using startx, you could do things the ...


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I think that is a bug in Fedora 21 both server and workstation bugzilla. You can try suggested workaround. Create first a Virtual machine with just an empty hard disk. After that connect your Fedora-Server-DVD-x86_64-21.iso and try to install it.


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No, the default terminal application, gnome-terminal, does not have this feature. However, Fedora provides many other terminal applications, including the ones you mention. These are generally configurable to some degree, so you may get them to a "theme" you like. Alternately, you could try the drop down terminal gnome shell extension, which, as the name ...


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You can generate a Packages file for the current directory fairly easily: dpkg-scanpackages . | tee Packages | gzip -9 > Packages.gz That will generate relative paths to the package files (which can be in subdirectories). All you have to do is point people at the top level directory with something like this in their sources.list: deb ...


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Besides of the official repositories of the distributions, an user can add a repository for software outside of the regular packages of the distribution. Instead of installing a .deb (debian/Ubuntu), the user simply add a Personal Package Archive (PPA), and he could install, remove, update the packages using apt-get. For Debian/Ubuntu you can open an ...


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One option which I use is using my Router to connect to my VPN. This can be accomplished on any dd-wrt, open-wrt, or *BSD router. Depending on your current router you can Google whether your router can be flashed or if it already has the needed capability built in. This is all I can tell with your current set up as described above. I have never had to do ...


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You need to install lzma-devel using yum (Fedora, RHEL, CentOS...), or liblzma-dev using apt-get or aptitude (Debian, Ubuntu...); it contains LibLZMA which the CMake configuration is looking for.


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From everything I've read, it seems to come down to having initramfs "embedded into the kernel and loaded at an early stage of the boot process."1 For Mint you will have to configure /etc/crypttab, then make use of update-initramfs.2 From what I understand, this should serve as a guide to creating the initramfs image after installing Mint, which you ...


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It doesn't really answer your question "how", but should give you a bit of insight - and it's too long for a comment. First of all, you can't boot of an encrypted partition. Simply because a the boot chain does understand encryption only fairly late in the process: hardware loads firmware - typically BIOS of UEFI (on x86 platform). The hardware as such is ...


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There are generally two options for blocking traffic when it comes to iptables/firewalld security: DROP the packet or REJECT it. REJECT results in an icmp-host-prohibited ICMP packet being sent back to the client informing them that the end host refused the connection. This is usually described as "Connection Refused" by your application. DROP results in ...


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I guess my question is how do I install VirtualBox so that it uses the kmod with the same kernel Fedora 21 is using? There is an alternative solution to your problem, it would be to use akmod-VirtualBox. How & why to use rpmfusion's "automagical" source akmods instead of regular binary kmods (kernel modules). akmods (similar to dkms) is a ...


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As of this post, Fedora just got the 3.18.6-200.fc21 kernel and I've updated to it. I'm now able to install the VirtualBox package from RPM Fusion.


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Some Computers these days will not come out of suspend unless you hit the bottom left most key on the keyboard. Sometimes it maybe the fn key or shift key.


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Try with: # service iptables save


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There are two options but you may encounter additional problems concerning your other packages. First one is to use updates-testing repository where required kernel exists. yum-config-manager --enable updates-testing Than you can install required packages. The second option is to install and boot with older kernel I think in your case is: ...


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You can remove KDE by runnung yum groupremove "KDE (K Desktop Environment)" or yum groupremove "KDE desktop" or yum remove kde*


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PIN2 issue: A lot of QMI modems I've played with will ask for PIN2 after having unlocked PIN1. When the modem asks for PIN2 you can anyway launch a connection to it. PIN2 doesn't prevent you from getting connected. In other words, the UI should not keep asking for PIN2 once PIN has been entered: even if ModemManager says "UnlockRequired"==PIN2, the State ...


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The highlighting (and colorization) indicates that the 2nd kernel-core package is "newer" than the first and will replace on upgrade.


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Maybe try rhythmbox? It should sync photos and music. http://blog.xenodesystems.com/2014/03/how-to-managesync-your-ios-7-device.html http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/can-get-ios-7-device-work-well-linux/


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It is not simple, but fortunately you don't need to hack kernel drivers. USB modems are working a little bit funny. Actually, the real network connection is done through 3 layers: first, the kernel driver of your modem generates a virtual serial terminal, which will be a character device some like /dev/ttyUSB0. If it doesn't happen, you are in trouble. A ...


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You don't mention unmounting before ejecting the card. If that isn't an omission when writing the question, there's your problem. Writing to any kind of disk is buffered: the operating system accumulates data to write in memory, then writes it to the disk when it judges it to be convenient. The data isn't necessarily written to the disk in the same order ...


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Please install kernel-devel and after run command "akmods --force" with root permission. After reboot, it will be working well.


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From the cryptsetup manual: Removing the last passphrase makes the LUKS container permanently inaccessible. That's an inherent property of the design of LUKS. Each key slot contains the actual encryption key, wrapped by a key derived from the passphrase. If there is no slot left containing a wrapped key, then there is no copy of the key anymore. I'm ...


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As the man page states, it's game over. Removing the last passphrase makes the LUKS container permanently inaccessible. That is, if you really removed the last key. Does cryptsetup luksDump show DISABLED for all key slots? Normally cryptsetup prevents you from doing that, or at least asks for confirmation: # cryptsetup luksRemoveKey foobar Enter ...


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I use the AndFTP application. You can use also adb pull /dir/dir/your_file.



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