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You can add custom grub entries into /etc/grub.d/40_custom and then reconfigure grub with this entry by running grub2-mkconfig -o /boot/efi/EFI/fedora/grub.cfg


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You configure the NFS server export table with exports (man exports) You can for example create the file /etc/exports.d/backups to contain /backups 192.168.26.0(rw) Reexport all synchronize the exports with exportfs -r


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A VMware guest can have a NAT or Bridged Network connection. If you wish to assign your own network IP address, you need to use Bridged Networking and assign an address from the Router. VMware NAT assigns the guest IP address from the NAT DHCP pool. You cannot assign a NAT address yourself. Use Bridged Network for what you want to do.


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On Fedora 33 I had to use sudo dnf install qt5-qtbase-devel to be able to use qmake-qt5.


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In case you do not want to tamper with the spec file, you can run the command as: rpmbuild -ba -D 'debug_package %{nil}' package_name.spec


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You can follow the steps described on Using Fedora 33 with Microsoft’s WSL2 to add Fedora to WSL2, here is the essential steps: Download Fedora from this github repo Uncompress the file, the result is fedora-33.20210303-x86_64.tar. From cmd wsl.exe --import Fedora-33 c:\distros\Fedora-33 $HOME\Downloads\fedora-33.20210303-x86_64.tar Launch Fedora wsl -d ...


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As of Ubuntu 20.04 udisksctl power-off -b /dev/sdb turns off the LED of an external HDD. Note: regarding eject, it apparently has multiple methods that it tries until one of them "succeeds" (use -v to see what's going on). Nothing really helped: eject -v /dev/sdb tried CDROM ejection and reported success, but didn't actually do anything (no LED ...


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I understand you have two partitions, Windows and Fedora. This is the procedure to follow: Take backups, as partition editing can cause damage in case of an error Boot GParted (or a similar Linux utility) and: Resize the Fedora partition to, say, 55 GB. This will create unallocated space of 25 GB following the Fedora partition. Move the Fedora partition to ...


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I did this with mounting the Windows(free) section when I use my linux (Ubuntu). In my case it was only to add a line in /etc/fstab for the mount of this partition. Had some trouble as Windows changed over to shutdown with hibernating the drives. Have now a part solution for it, because I would like to start the Systemdrive for Windows with hibernating ...


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