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Make sure jackd is not running , killing it restored my audio.


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This can happen if you are using btrfs, and in that case, these remedies will not work. After following a lot of false trails I finally got on the right track after I started the search with btrfs no and got btrfs no space left on device as the first completion. That led to the BTRFS problem wiki. It's apparently a common problem. But even ...


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bootrec /fixmbr stage 1 of grub often resides in the mbr another solution is when you see the grub screen press esc and type lock windows10 (substitute whatever the windows option is called in the grub menu)


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It seems the script must be placed in networkmanager dispatcher. The path may be "/usr/local/etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d/pre-up.d/macchanger" or "/etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d/pre-up.d/macchanger". Compared with the Ubuntu tutorial you must use the first argument ( $1 ) istead of $IFACE. #!/bin/bash ip link set dev $1 down macchanger -e "$1" ip link ...


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I've been runnig some tests and the only way that worked for me was with a systemd unit: vim /etc/systemd/system/macspoof@[your-interface].service [Unit] Description=macchanger on %I Wants=network-pre.target Before=network-pre.target BindsTo=sys-subsystem-net-devices-%i.device After=sys-subsystem-net-devices-%i.device [Service] ...


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/etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d/pre-up.d/


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For some bad reasons it seems that networkmanager has priority over networkd(who could imagine that?). You can test this as follows: systemctl stop NetworkManager unplug the network interface ip addr Result: /etc/systemd/network/*.link rules are honored If you start NetworkManager and repeat the test /etc/systemd/network/*.link is not honored ...


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in my Debian 8/Gnome 3 enviroment I need also: network-manager-openvpn-gnome package, you should have then a "OpenVPN" option (Network settings, add: VPN, OpenVPN)


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The term "auto-show" is unused in practice, but the behavior which you had described in question (as quoted below) indeed exists. However, the mouse pointer isn't use to hide the taskbar/panel. [...] that hide the taskbar/panel when i hover the mouse pointer [...] The behavior is called "window dodge". Instead of mouse pointer, an application window ...


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Ok, I figured it out, KDE's default file manager "Dolphin" wasn't installed, if anyone faces this problem, please open konsole(terminal) and run this command: sudo yum install dolphin konsole This will install Dolphin and you won't have to do anything else.


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Assuming windows is in /dev/sda6 and intact, mount the windows partision readonly like: mount -t ntfs -o ro /dev/sda6 /mnt/win This also requires linux system to have ntfs filesystem support. might need to create /mnt/win beforehand mkdir -p /mnt/win running as admin or add sudo before each of those commands The windows system should then appear in ...


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You cannot install two systems to the same partition. I believe what you mean is you have two partitions on one volume/disk. Did you try to install Fedora on the C: or D: partition? To recover files, you can use TestDisk. I've used that a few times to recover files from a corrupted Windows partition.


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I ran into this problem after upgrading my server to F21 from F20. Disabling the firewall altogether let Kodi find and mount the NFS shares, but I was uneasy about having no firewall at all on the server. I've done: firewall-cmd --add-port 1024-65534/tcp --add-port 1024-65534/udp --add-port 111/tcp --add-port 111/udp Which opens up everything above the ...


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I don't think it's a good idea to re-use the current command-line arguments like you have now. I recommend checking the GRUB configuration instead, assuming you have GRUB set up. The grubby command can get you the required info. The exact output format of grubby --info is a bit inconsistent, but it's enough to be usable. # cat /usr/local/bin/kexec-load ...


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With Yum, you would use the package-cleanup command from yum-utils. But, with DNF, it's built in as the dnf autoremove command. From the docs: dnf [options] autoremove Removes all “leaf” packages from the system that were originally installed as dependencies of user-installed packages but which are no longer required by any such package. Note that ...


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For Fedora you can use package-cleanup, for example with the --leaves option. --leaves List leaf nodes in the local RPM database. Leaf nodes are RPMs that are not relied upon by any other RPM.


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Try the following, which worked for me for the same problem on another flavour of Linux: # modprobe -r psmouse && modprobe psmouse


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The short and ugly answer would be Move the free space into a new LVM partition (just create /dev/sda7 as type LVM) - I'd probably just use fdisk, but that's just because I'm unfamiliar with blivet-gui Add the physical disk to control under lvm pvcreate /dev/sda7 Add the new space to the group vgextend fedora /dev/sda7 Extend the LVM to include new ...


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If it is properly installed you can run python3 -m pip to run pip for Python 3. Installing pip for Python 3 is done with dnf install python3-pip. This should create the script /usr/bin/pip3. Using pip to upgrade pip itself (like it suggests, because the shipped version is older) overwrites the scripts and should not be done. If you want to use the newest ...


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I wrote some lines in my .bashrc which accomplish the following: Save every session after each command to a file. There will be as many history files as you have ever started terminals. On starting a new terminal beginning from the most recent history file load all history files from prior sessions into the history buffer until a line count threshold is ...


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I have solved this problem by removing grub2 package from Fedora, after restart the laptop could only find Windows bootloader and I could access Windows 8.1 OS.. But lost my access to Fedora (this can be solved by updating Fedora from the live CD later). After logging to Windows 8.1 OS, I fixed the BIOS by doing the following: - Go to Advanced Startup ...


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Some ideas occur to me: Remove the hard disk -- If you remove all bootable media from the computer, including your hard disk, it will probably drop back to the firmware setup utility when you start it up. If your laptop makes it hard do remove the hard disk, this might not be a good option; but if you've got easy access to the hard disk, this solution ...


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Lubuntu 14.04 LTS requires only 128MB RAM. Lubuntu 14.04 is a Long Term Support release that will be supported by updates until April, 2017. It is also the last of its breed, the later releases of Lubuntu require a minimum of 512MB RAM. Lubuntu 14.04 32-bit is compatible with your computer. Download it from the official Lubuntu/GetLubuntu/LTS webpage. ...


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I experienced the same problem. It seems rpmforge's packages that git needs are broken. I had to temporarily disable that yum repo in order to download git correctly. yum-config-manager --disable rpmforge Then try to install git using... yum install git You may need to install another yum repo to substitute rpmforge, however I did not need to.


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Put the /usr/bin/python in the crontab entry. * * * * * /usr/bin/python /home/cchilders/scripts/python/scripts-in-progress/update_projects.py


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Regarding your memory issue, have you checked whether your Fedora distro is a x32 or x64 version? This might explain why only 3GiB of your memory is indexed by your OS and not the whole amount...


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There are a few things to check here: You state you removed the akmod-nvidia RPM. Did you also remove the generated kmod-nvidia RPM associated with your running kernel? Does /etc/X11/xorg.conf or a file in /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d exist which defines the Driver as being nvidia? xorg.conf should be removed when the kmod-nvidia RPM is removed but otherwise may ...


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