I can see that you did not create a partition table before creating the RAID. I have the same issue in one of the server with same setup. You can try reassemble the RAID by using "assume clean". I do it every time when the server reboot.
sudo mdadm --create --assume-clean --level=0 --raid-devices=2 /dev/md0 /dev/sda /dev/sdc --run
If you wish to read more ...
I've made an ugly script to somewhat emulate gksudo
tested on Fedora 31
works with Alt+F2
~$ wsudo [cmd]
(default is gnome-terminal)
Place the following code in /usr/local/bin/wsudo. You also need to install the gtkdialog package
[ -z $GTKDIALOG ] && GTKDIALOG=gtkdialog
The man page says that's how it works, it replaces only the first match and no option to overwrite that.
rename will rename the specified files by replacing the first
occurrence of expression in their name by replacement.
Of course you can script it around:
while [ "$(rename -v " " "." *)" ]
Debian/Ubuntu uses a totally ...
You can use dnf to search for stuff. E.g. dnf list gcc* lists all packages with name starting gcc(be careful with locally resolved globs!), dnf list /usr/bin/ls lists the package containing that file, dnf info gcc gives (more) details on the package called gcc. Check out manual!
Per the Fedora Documentation,
Fedora comes with the following automated task utilities: cron, anacron, at, and batch.
However, it appears that these need to be installed as they do not come included:
Installing Cron and Anacron
To install Cron and Anacron, you need to install the cronie package with Cron and the cronie-anacron package with ...
The rationale is given by resolution of Red Hat bug report 596898. Essentially, static libraries are strongly discouraged, as they force at least relinking if/when a bug is fixed. They consume disk and memory space, particularly for commonly used functionality.
You already have the latest version of kernel and kernel-devel installed which is 5.4.18-200. uname -r is still giving you 5.4.13-201 so you need to reboot your machine. When it comes back up, uname -r will give you 5.4.18-200. Load the module with vboxdrv and see if it appears with lsmod | grep vbox.
If it doesn't load at boot, create the file /etc/...
You can try Settings -> Configure Okular... -> Defaults to restore its settings to the defaults.
If this doesn't help, just remove the config and cache files of okular.
rm -rf ~/.config/okular* ~/.local/share/okular/ ~/.cache/okular*
You can also backup them up in case you need them later for comparison or restoring.
Exactly how did you remove the other PV?
It looks like as far as LVM knows, the only up-to-date copy of your data is on /dev/sdb1 - all the other copies are virtual and in need of syncing. As a result, you might have to first lvchange --refresh <LV> to get all the accessible PVs into sync.
If the other PVs are no longer visible to the system (i.e. ...
If you want the classic yumex before dnf became a thing, this is what I did
on my Fedora 27 installation (as root):
mkdir YUMEX ;
cd YUMEX ;
wget -c https://archives.fedoraproject.org/pub/archive/fedora/linux/updates/21/x86_64/y/yumex-3.0.17-1.fc21.noarch.rpm ;
yum -y install --downloadonly --downloaddir=. yumex-3.0.17-1.fc21.noarch.rpm ;
A bunch of Fedora ...
The command ln -s /data/work/mywork /home/me puts a softlink inside the /home/me directory. It does not replace your /home/me directory. Once you create the softlink, you need to cd mywork to wget files into the linked directory.
In newer versions of sway you can simple put the following lines in your config file:
input * xkb_layout "de" # German keyboard layout
input * xkb_options "caps:escape" # Make Caps Lock an additional Esc
See xkeyboard-config(7) for a list of available layouts and options and Sway#Keymap on the ArchWiki.
You do not need to move this 100GB space. Just create there partition. Then create this partition PV
then add the PV to the VG
vgextend fedora_localhost-live /dev/partition_name
And you have 100GB more in your VG
I know that this is a old thread, but I just came across the same problem using Fedora in a corporate environment with as proxy server.
The link to the issue provided by sourcejedi in his answer got some attention in 2018, where Kevin Kofler stated
You need to set the ProxyHTTP= in /etc/PackageKit/PackageKit.conf
I tried this, and it actually worked for ...
It's probably tpm2-abrmd as discussed in Bug 1731758 - Error calling StartServiceByName for org.freedesktop.fwupd: Timeout was reached.
Try removing tpm2-abrmd (not recommend) or wait for it to be upgraded to 2.3.1.
You might try this to control it in your way: YUM/DNF Remove Old Kernels on Fedora/CentOS/RHEL.
DNF completions is a piece of garbage developed and crafted by redhat.
I do this to remove trash:
sudo rm /usr/share/bash-completion/completions/dnf
NOTE: You may need this command again after updating/upgrading DNF
Same problem here... OK so here is what I have found:
ks.cfg way to do it:
This is right according to the documentation (how I read it...):
part / --size=8000 --grow --fstype=ext4 --encrypted --passphrase=somepassword
/dev/vda6 on / type ext4 (rw,relatime,errors=remount-ro)
Lovely unencrypted free for all to see! :)
You have to ...
We needed to run this script against a fleet of servers so we wrote an Ansible playbook to accomplish this. It adapts several of the concepts in the others answers into a single playbook which will run the commands necessary to generate a report showing inotify watcher usage by PID.
$ ansible-playbook \
-i systems-inventory/cluster2.lab1 \
For those coming to this question hoping for a solution that works with CentOS 8.x, I found adding these lines will do the trick:
repo --name=centos-updates --mirrorlist=http://mirrorlist.centos.org/?release=$releasever&arch=$basearch&repo=BaseOS --cost=1000
repo --name=appstream-updates --mirrorlist=http://mirrorlist.centos.org/?release=$releasever&...
As I understand it, the availability of Java packages in Fedora is as follows:
long-term support releases of OpenJDK are available as long as they haven’t reached the end of their life;
the latest short-term support release is available as the rolling release package.
Thus Fedora 31 currently has OpenJDK 8 (which is still the default), OpenJDK 11, and ...