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Jed Reynolds

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Isaac spent some quality time using the isolation chamber to do some performance testing with LANforge and ath10k.

First, here is LANforge acting as AP and station devices, using QCA9880 3x3 hardware:

http://www.candelatech.com/images/data-comp-01-13-2017-144224-lf-ap.png

And, he also created some test rigs using LANforge with QCA9984 wifi NIC and 10G Ethernet for connectivity. We are not sure why upload is so much less than download, but that seems to be a general issue with ath10k for some time.

http://www.candelatech.com/images/data-comp-01-19-2017-1706-lf-ap-sta-9984.png

In case you read closely, 'Armageddon' is a modified version of pktgen.

Enjoy!
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Przemek Skweres

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Hi, is there a way to upgrade to kernel 4.9.4 in F25 ?
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You can also download it from koji manually.
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Brian Proffitt
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More stuff to do with Atomic Host 
Atomic Host from Project Atomic is a lightweight container based OS that can run Linux containers. It’s been optimized to use as a container run-time system for cloud environments. For instance, it can host a Docker daemon and containers. At times, you may want... Continue Reading →
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Brian Proffitt
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Where do you want Flock 2017 to be? 
It is time to start the bid process for this year’s Flock. This year we are back in North America for Flock 2017. If you’d like to help host the event in your city, it’s time to start putting together a bid. To find out what you need to do, read the wiki page. Bids …
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David Cohen

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Hi looking for a good fedora laptop thinking dell xps 13 ( ubuntu) or lenovo thinkpad x1?
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I haven't been happy with Thinkpads since Lenovo changed to the Chicklet keyboard. I can't speak for the XPS, but the Latittudes and Precisions run Linux beautifully (I have an M4500 as my personal laptop, and work off of an M4800), and have had much better keyboards.

I miss the days when the IBM Thinkpad was king. I still use my 600E on a regular basis....
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Sean's Hobbies

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I am curious. I install the @virtualization piece on Fedora server. I have it on a real server. I am trying to either get some sort of Web interface for the Kvm or use ssh with x11 forwarding to manage the hyper visor. Does Fedora have these pieces in their repo? I saw cloud management and cloud infrastructure. I would prefer to just manage the kvm remotely without using CLI.

Ideas suggestions...
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I am having permission issues with the logs. Once I fix those I should be ok
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alex diavatis

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does Fedora 25 or Rawhide work out of box with NVIDIA and Wayland?
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+Andrei-Florin Amuraritei I mean the second. NVDIA prop drivers support in Wayland. There is a EGLStream backend in Shell, that allows that to work with NVDIA 375.26 and kernel 4.8 and beyond, and it was supposed to be pushed on Fedora 25, or at the worst at Fedora 26 (aka Rawhide at the moment)

See here:
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=773629

The thing is that I cant make this work in Arch, although it seems it works for other people, so I'm asking if it works in Fedora so I will install it and try it.
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Muhammad Bellil

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Hi
How to make Documents folder go back with FAV?
Thanks
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Is your Documents directory a symlink? Because in that case, the Places side bar will not consider it a proper folder.
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Muhammad Bellil

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Hi

Where is the setting file for this :

Thanks
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+Muhammad Bellil You are welcome.
Great!
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Sara Zemanova

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Sorry guys, but unitedrpms works fine for me , kisses ;)
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Brian Proffitt
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Fedora makes you sleepy? Wait, what? :)
The blue light emitted by most electronic devices, is known for having a negative impact on our sleep. We could simply quit using each of our electronic devices after dark, as an attempt to improve our sleep. However, since that... Continue Reading →
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Brian Proffitt
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One of the most useful things to do with Fedora. 
One of the most common ways to use Linux is to run an Apache web server. Read how to easily install and start running your web server on Fedora.
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+alex diavatis I was a contractor to EERE (Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy) within DOE up until the end of 2012 (with occasional call backs related to the project I referenced above), so I won't get to see the fruit of your work I'm afraid.
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Portrety Pavlov

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Fedora 25 and Dash-to-panel extensions
https://github.com/jderose9/dash-to-panel

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+william pye It is requires the installation !!

The extension can be installed directly from source, either for the convenience of using git or to test the latest development version. Clone the desired branch with git

git clone https://github.com/jderose9/dash-to-panel.git

or download the branch from github. A simple Makefile is included. Then run

make
make install

to install the extension in your home directory. A Shell reload is required Alt+F2 r Enter and the extension has to be enabled with gnome-tweak-tool or with dconf.

I recommend setting Top Bar > Show Applications Menu off in Gnome Tweak Tool. This will cause the applications menu for native gnome apps (which normally appears in the top bar) to be presented in the top left of the window. It is also recommended to turn Windows > Titlebar Buttons > Minimize & Maximize on.
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Hi guys, I am going to install F25 Workstation on a laptop with limited resources (2GB of RAM).
With other distros I usually install zram with good results, but I don't have experience with zram and Fedora.

Do you recommend to use zram with Fedora Workstation?

Thanks a lot.

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Well just to try to do it I have successfully enabled zram using it: copr.fedorainfracloud.org - frantisekz/zram Copr

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Yvi San

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Does anyone know of a VPN service that supports Fedora and IPv6? PIA does not support IPv6. Seems many do not.
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I did buy mullvad and am pretty happy with it so far.
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Andrew Franklin

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Crash bang turns a text file into an executable with the help of chmod 0700.
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Viktor Pankraz

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What +Ars Technica​ says:
Wayland is quite slick, and Fedora even addressed its biggest weakness—the update process.
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Mmmm bad for old video cards.... 
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Przemek Skweres

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Hello, I install bumblebee on F25 and test glxspheres in terminal:
[przemek@przemek ~]$ primusrun glxspheres
Polygons in scene: 62464 (61 spheres * 1024 polys/spheres)
Visual ID of window: 0xb4
Context is Direct
OpenGL Renderer: GeForce GT 630M/PCIe/SSE2
62.702665 frames/sec - 65.466598 Mpixels/sec
60.083246 frames/sec - 62.731716 Mpixels/sec
60.084905 frames/sec - 62.733447 Mpixels/sec
60.082344 frames/sec - 62.730774 Mpixels/sec
60.087882 frames/sec - 62.736556 Mpixels/sec
60.080714 frames/sec - 62.729072 Mpixels/sec

primus: warning: dropping a frame to avoid deadlock
primus: warning: timeout waiting for display worker
[przemek@przemek ~]$ optirun glxspheres
Polygons in scene: 62464 (61 spheres * 1024 polys/spheres)
Visual ID of window: 0x20
Context is Direct
OpenGL Renderer: GeForce GT 630M/PCIe/SSE2
183.750034 frames/sec - 191.849736 Mpixels/sec
188.440161 frames/sec - 196.746603 Mpixels/sec
183.141886 frames/sec - 191.214781 Mpixels/sec
190.160095 frames/sec - 198.542352 Mpixels/sec
190.311039 frames/sec - 198.699949 Mpixels/sec
191.204305 frames/sec - 199.632591 Mpixels/sec

can anyone tell me which option I should use for steam games because I read that primusrun is better but glxspheres works faster in optirun :/
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+Lucas Bovolini thanks, it will change performance ? games will work faster ?
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Aditya Bayana

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Hello everyone. I'm a long time fedora gnome user but recently looking for alternatives as fedora workstation is heavy for my dell vostro 2520 (i3 and 2gb ram). Which fedora spin would be better without going too minimalistic like LXDE?
Edit: Thank you everyone for your suggestions. Now I'm stuck between XFCE & Mate. I've used XFCE long back. It's a great balance between usage and being lightweight but it looks a bit old school. I've never tried Mate but it looks a bit modern and beautiful to me but can it compare with XFCE in terms of being lightweight.
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+Corey Sheldon I don't say they're incompatible but they look a bit odd in fedora. This is because arch is completely DIY but fedora is not like that you get what the community decides. 
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Jed Reynolds

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This is our Fedora based product https://www.candelatech.com/datasheet_fire.php
LANforge FIRE Stateful Network Traffic Generator. LANforge FIRE generates and receives various network protocols. It is used to create load on a network under test. It reports statistics such as packets sent and received, latency, packet-loss and many other network characteristics.
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