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If your /home on its own partition, the Fedora installer can be told to use the old /home partition as the new /home partition.


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This is due to PulseAudio configruation. As mentioned here http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/User:Feystorm#PulseAudio_per-application_volume_control PulseAudio supports per-application volume control, but by default this doesnt do much as you can only control these volumes from the pulseaudio volume control utility. Meaning that in an application like ...


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I had the same problem in F20 with Asus X550C, which uses the asus_nb_wmi module. The hardware switch is a bit flaky, as the led isn't lit up even if wifi is active. Anyway, solution for me is as follows: As root, create a file named e.g. asus-wifi.conf and put it in in /etc/modprobe.d/ Insert this line in it: options asus_nb_wmi wapf=1 Reboot and see if ...


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Putty is a good place to start. Alternatively (or in addition to), WinSCP will help you maintain that FTP/Explorer view you're probably used to, and if you're not trying to learn command lines. WinSCP will requires Windows, and you can use this to connect to any SSH server.


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man fsck.vfat says: Note: If -a and -r are absent, the filesystem is only checked, but not repaired. So, to have it actually write your changes use either -a or -r. The -w option modifies the behaviour of those two.


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Try changing the command to the full path:- name: syncSrc command: /home/<user>/Scipts/syncSource.sh The tilde (~) is expanded to 'your home directory' within your shell (eg bash), which is why it works when you type it in the terminal. There is no shell involved when you try to invoke the shortcut, which is why it fails.


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That is a really, really, really bad idea. Yast was designed with SUSE in mind, and just won't work on Fedora. If you want Yast, install openSUSE. Also, Fedora 17 is no longer supported, you should really update.


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It's still on koji (the Fedora build system) at the moment. The last build of 0.20.0 for rawhide is http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=521518.



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