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While it's helpful to know what the resource limits are on a given system, that alone is not enough to determine the root cause of the error when attempting to create so many native threads. To make matters more... interesting, the error you get back from pthread_create() only tells you that you've exceeded the resource limits. The valuable piece of ...


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4 years has passed, and I don't know whether you have solved it. Today I make devilspie autostart successfully. Add a .desktop file chmod +x this file Did you do the second step? My config is as follows(OS is archlinux): [Desktop Entry] Name=devilspie Exec=devilspie Terminal=false Type=Application Hidden=false X-Gnome-Autostart=true


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Caveat: I don't have a Fedora system at-hand, so this is untested! I would suggest removing the file /etc/modules-load.d/virtualbox.conf; it may be owned by a package, so check: dnf provides /etc/modules-load.d/virtualbox.conf and if needed, remove that package with: dnf remove (that package name). As per this Fedora Forum post, you may need to rebuild ...


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You should be able to do this using Fedora Media Writer for OS X. Get the dmg file from https://github.com/FedoraQt/MediaWriter/releases


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I have added: # Start tmux if tmux is not already running pgrep tmux >/dev/null 2>&1 || exec tmux at the end of my .bashrc and it looks to me that everything is working fine. When I start a gnome-terminal manually (for the first time), tmux starts. If I open other terminals, they won't have tmux (and this is pretty much what I want). And opening ...


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The problem is caused by the issue described here. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1708991 Due to snapd and ``SELinux``` issues. Updating your system should fix it now.


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Borrowed from this answer: journalctl --file, e. g. journalctl --file /path/to/some/file.journal As indicated in the other answer, these logs are regularly rotated, and may not stretch back as far as you might hope.


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Use the command cpupower --cpu all frequency-info | grep "current CPU" to see what the frequency the cores are running at. Use the command cpupower --cpu all frequency-set --max 1.4GHz to set the CPU frequency to 1.4GHz


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By default, Windows 10 uses a technique called Fast Startup, which starts the system by loading a prepared hibernation RAM image of a freshly-rebooted system instead of starting the various Windows components one by one. This is fine if Windows is the only operating system, but when you are dual-booting another operating system, the use of Fast Startup ...


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You shouldn't need to modify fstab to access the drives, just navigate to them in your file manager (Nautilus?) and it should mount them. If you can't do this already, then you probably need to install the ntfs-3g package.


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To generate graph you can try dot utility. $ rpmgraph *.rpm > rpmgraph.dot $ dot -Tps rpmgraph.dot -o rpmgraph.ps


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this article helped me: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/How_to_debug_sound_problems Being more specific, this command: dnf|yum remove alsa-plugins-pulseaudio Notice that you have to choose either dnf or yum when running the command.


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I once wrote myself a script for this, but I hardly ever used it. I'd handle removals with care. I once tried to delete a package called "SimplyHTML" because it came up as a "leaf node", and when I went to remove it, found that "freemind" (a mind-mapping tool I use a lot) needed it and got deleted also. Very weird! Anyway, FWIW here's the script (which ...


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In versions of Fedora prior to 28 you could use the negativo17 repo but since Fedora 28 the 3rd party repos that are included with Fedora now include one that has Steam packages. This was mentioned on this Fedora page in the wiki titled: Workstation/Third Party Software Repositories, specifically in this section of the page titled: Restricted Inclusions. ...


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After searching a bit, it seems that rpmdep tool from rpmorphan package is the most close to what I want. To see the most required installed packages, it can be run with --depending option: rpmdep -all --depending | tac | less -S


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You can use a query format, eliminating the sed and the temporary file. rpm --queryformat "%{name}-%{version}-%{release}.%{arch}.rpm\n" -qa Example output: python3-decorator-4.3.0-2.fc30.noarch.rpm webkit2gtk3-2.24.2-1.fc30.x86_64.rpm tuned-2.11.0-1.fc30.noarch.rpm nftables-0.9.0-5.fc30.x86_64.rpm perl-encoding-2.22-10.fc30.x86_64.rpm


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After following everyones suggestions I found one thing on my end that helped fix this. I had to enable the [elrepo-kernel] repo. Then I was able to install the correct headers and kernel-devel


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First: rpm -qa > INSTALLED_PACKAGES I found that I can append .rpm as SUFFIX to each line in the INSTALLED_PACKAGES file sed 's/$/.rpm/' INSTALLED_PACKAGES this way I have the extension. Result: librados2-12.2.12-1.fc28.x86_64.rpm dconf-0.28.0-1.fc28.x86_64.rpm abrt-addon-ccpp-2.10.10-1.fc28.x86_64.rpm claws-mail-plugins-vcalendar-3.16.0-1.fc28....


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man rpmgraph: rpmgraph(8) - Linux man page Name rpmgraph - Display RPM Package Dependency Graph Synopsis rpmgraph PACKAGE_FILE ... Description rpmgraph uses PACKAGE_FILE arguments to generate a package dependency graph. Each PACKAGE_FILE argument is read and added to an rpm transaction set. The elements of the transaction set are partially ordered using ...


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The convention is that /usr/lib is for files installed by the system, and /etc is for local configuration.


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Tried changing quiet to noquiet and nouveau.modset=0 in grub and it actually fixed it


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I did: iptables -I INPUT 4 -p tcp -m state --state NEW -m tcp --dport 8080 -j ACCEPT in VM's console and it worked.


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Target If the HandleLidSwitch is set to sleep, you can create a new systemd service with sleep target, and thus your service will be executed when the sleep is called (lid closed) here is an example with power target.. update that to sleep. Command on lock This question explain how to run a command when the lock screen is enabled Screen saver You can ...


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I do know it is not a good practice to dig up an old post like this one, but I really needed an answer to the same problem here in 2019 and couldn't find a proper solution, until now. Solving the problem is as simple as editing the .config/user-dirs.dirs file by pasting this in a terminal: gedit ~/.config/user-dirs.dirs You will find something like: ...


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Closing a window and closing an application aren't always the same thing. I use Kubuntu 19.04, not Fedora, but I can use Alt+Q to close windows. That setting is reflected in ~/.config/kglobalshortcutsrc Window Close=Alt+F4\tAlt+Q,Alt+F4,Close Window And Alt+Q works to close windows of Firefox, KInfoCenter, Konsole, Kwrite, and System Settings. ...


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The Deny from all is Apache 2.2 syntax and Require all denied is Apache 2.4 syntax. https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/upgrading.html#access In this example, there is no authentication and all requests are denied. 2.2 configuration: Order deny,allow Deny from all 2.4 configuration: Require all denied https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/...


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I know it's an old question, but I would like to answer as this thread is not closed. You can use: dnf history userinstalled The output will be a plain list of all user installed applications. Source: https://linoxide.com/linux-how-to/list-installed-packages-fedora/


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To expand on frostschutz answer afaict you have free space in the filesystem rather than in the volume group, to move it across you need to do something like the following (I left a generous margin when resizing, probablly not strictly nessacery but better to err on the side of leaving free space than cut a volume too short because of the rounding error, ...


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When I execute pvmove it says not enough extents. Well, there aren't any, and free space in filesystems doesn't count. /dev/mapper/vg0-personal 10793808 3037966 7293737 30% /personal This is a filesystem 10793808 blocks large, 3037966 blocks used, 7293737 free, 30% used. So there is free space but that's filesystem free space, not LVM free space. ...


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There's no more reliable method that I've ever found to do a system upgrade. That said, it can fail if you have third party repositories that have not been updated for the new distribution and are missing packages or have new conflicts. But these problems, if they occur, are shown in the download/transaction test phases. If you get as far as rebooting into ...


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From what I can gather, the missing package that makes YouTube HTML5 videos work in Firefox (and possibly Chrome) is ffmpeg. This you can find in negativo17's fedora-multimedia repo, or in rpmfusion-free (but don't install both repos as they conflict). From some notes made by negativo17, it appears that he has only built hardware H.264 acceleration for ...


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You can actually remove and install packages in the same operation, with dnf swap. And since the option takes groups instead of just single package names, you can switch one for another very simply: dnf swap @gnome-desktop @kde-desktop


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This was all fixed by the next Chrome update. I don't recall which version that was - I'm now at 73.0.3683.86.


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I hope I'm not missing something obvious here. The point of LVM is that you can use multiple partitions as one single file system. One of the useful points about this is that you can extend a file system onto any new partition (even spanning across disks). So in your case you can just create a new partition in the allocated space, add this to your volume ...


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I would suggest that you move the /boot and /boot/efi partitions to the beginning of the disk, so that the unallocated space is adjacent to the partition you actually want to add it to. Once that is complete, then you can resize the LVM partition into the adjacent free space. Since you can't move a mounted filesystem, you should first boot your system with ...


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Ok, after a lot of searching (and a lot of revisits to this answer here in StackExchange) It ticked to me that this answer was about the same problem I was facing. Basically mount units implicitly occur between local-fs-pre.targe and local-fs.targe, before basic.target, the problem is services get implicit Requires=basic.target and After=basic.target. the ...


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