Edit /etc/sysconfig/grub and append rd.driver.blacklist=nouveau to end of GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=”…”.
## Example row with Fedora 33 BTRFS ##
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="rhgb quiet rd.driver.blacklist=nouveau"
## OR with LVM ##
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="rd.lvm.lv=fedora/swap rd.lvm.lv=fedora/root rhgb quiet rd.driver.blacklist=nouveau"
Then update the ...
Your title wording is very misleading. The notifications aren't coming from anything going out and collecting information. It's coming from something listening for intentional notification broadcasts from applications.
None of this is going anywhere off of your machine. GNOME Shell is just showing you that Firefox has sent a notification — just like it might ...
That sounds like a possible hardware problem: the laptop's built-in keyboard matrix might be short-circuited with the power button signal or some other function key that triggers the shut-down dialog.
While you probably could disable the ACPI power button handling as a workaround, if you have been sold a faulty product, you should probably get it fixed or ...
There is a bug report on this issue https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1919994 hope this helps.
There is also reports of this issue on the Ubuntu forum and a couple other places so it doesn't look like your the only one having the problem.
EXCERPT FROM BUG REPORT:
Iker Pedrosa 2021-02-01 11:13:42 UTC
Apparently when installing the virt-manager ...
Soft scrollback buffer has been removed because it contained vulnerabilities and no one stepped up to maintain the code.
Default username and password for Vagrant boxes is vagrant/vagrant (root password is also vagrant) but you shouldn't need it, vagrant up inserts SSH key to the machine and you should use vagrant ssh to login to it without password.
Also Fedora 27 is no longer supported, its support ended in 2018, you should use latest version (33).
Yes, autopart will use the 166 GiB of free space to install Fedora. I don't see a Linux Mint installation on your drive, only Windows and one possibly unused 975 MiB partition but that is too small for Mint.
Manual partitioning in the Anaconda installer works in a different way than most partitioning tools -- you start with mount point (e.g. /home) and ...
The documentation you’re reading was written for Fedora 15, and is largely out of date.
In Fedora 33, a cgroup v2 hierarchy is used by default, and managed by systemd. You can inspect it using systemd-cgls, and monitor it with systemd-cgtop. To create new “slices” in the hierarchy, and run commands inside them, use systemd-run.
Units can also be given ...
You're using a tutorial intended for Fedora 15, which still used cgroups implementation version 1. In Fedora 31, cgroups version 2 was introduced and enabled by default.
The chkconfig command and the /etc/rc.d/init.d directory are for the classic SysVinit-style services, and after Fedora introduced systemd (also in Fedora 15) it's been migrating away from ...
Urghh. firewalld was installed and enabled by default on Fedora 33.
Running nmap to device C was the pointer that I needed to see something was up.
So either disable the firewall if you're on an internal network. Or setup some rules for firewalld to play with.
Fedora 33 must absolutely work as it contains one the latest and greatest kernels. Please try using the latest netinstall image (don't mind the "server" word on the page - the netinstall image can be used to install any Fedora configuration): https://getfedora.org/en/server/download/
If it fails to boot/freezes you must absolutely try to debug the ...
You're in the 'ASSIGNMENT1' directory, and mv is telling you that there is no directory by the name of 'M1'. And that makes sense from the directory tree - the 'M1' directory is under the sub-directories 'Level-D3' and 'Level2-Misc', not in the 'ASSIGNMENT1' directory where you're running the command.
So for mv to work, you have two options. The first is to ...
If the speakers are working otherwise, the problem could be connected to the audiodriver environment.However, you may need to set the AUDIODEV
play m.mp3 -t alsa
Use "man play" to see about the other drivers options.
Also, look at these good pages
1- How can I switch between different audio output hardware using the shell?