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Michael Boyle

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For those of you using gnome 3.22. Any of you experience the screen fliping after the screen come back from hibernation? If so how did you change it back.
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This is the comment I got, when I posted that hibernation isn't working in f24.

Hibernate is sorta broken it looks like. Might be more luck than not if it works correctly. If I understand correctly, it does actually reboot by design and then tries to grab the file to resume your session. It's a bit of a crapshoot since vendors aren't always Linux friendly.

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Muhammad Bellil

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Test " byzanz-record "..
Wast of resources !!! what , where ??
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+Stephen Kawamoto
even after it finished, same results.
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Brian Proffitt
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Data engineering with Fedora
Ayoub Elyasir is a data engineer who uses and contributes to Fedora. Read more of his profile in this Fedora Magazine article.
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Brian Proffitt
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FOSS Wave continies
Furthering the FOSS Wave initiative to prepare students for the industry, we helped mentor newcomers in Bhopal, India, on quality assurance tasks in Fedora.
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Michael Boyle

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Ok, I want to install rawhide. It is telling me to use: dnf system-upgrade download --refresh --releasever=24. For rawhide they say 25. I thought you needed to enable certain repos. Is there another way of doing this?
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Michael Boyle's profile photoAdam Williamson's profile photo
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For system-upgrade, use `--releasever=rawhide`.
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Ahloi FTW

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Hi guys, do you if Fedora include budgie as fedora spin in the future?I did installed budgie and it work flawless in fedora 24.it would be great if they include it in official spin
-this is my desktop with budgie

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+Marcel Balciunas Budgie, unlike Pantheon, Cinnamon, and Unity, etc., is built with as little forking as possible. Using the pure, unpatched libraries for GTK has made porting Budgie to other distributions fairly simple, therefore easily attainable.
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Muhammad Bellil

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Hi,
Weird Behavior Pattern!!!
Gnome Version 3.20.2
Fedora 24
gnome-control-center 3.20.1
?!!

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Muhammad Bellil's profile photoJohn McHugh's profile photo
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"my internet connection not for report a Bug." -> don't expect it to be fixed then

http://rs90.pbsrc.com/albums/k273/johansb/fishSlap1a.gif~c200
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Good news.
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Jed Reynolds

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I have just uploaded the latest 10.1 beta-17 firmware. This fixes the htt-mgt versions for 4.5 and higher kernels. Possibly this would also fix older kernels with the ath10k firmware in AP mode trying to associate /a/b/g peers, but I did not specifically test that.

http://www.candelatech.com/ath10k-10.1.php
Ath10k Candela Technologies CT 10.1 Firmware. The CT 10.1 firmware is a modified version of the official firmware from Qualcom-Atheros based on the 10.1.467 release. It should support all features available in the upstream 10.1.467 firmware as well as additional features. To use this firwmare, ...
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Roberto Banda

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why fedora isn't like Arch? I would like to use Fedora but.. a random example I want photivo. on Arch only google "photivo arch" and is all, simple = yaourt -S photivo-hg

Fedora require take care about the version in fact I don't found photivo in fedora pakages, and I don't try buy now the most close to install now I have is a looong command, I feel frustrated :/

now, I am not a master on linux... how can I help? only I think on a website in github to make a fedora wiki like Arch, but I don't finish of understand why after so long time doesn't have one yet.
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Why don't you use Arch instead? Or an Arch-derived distro? You'll feel better indeed.
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alex diavatis

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Is any reason why GNOME Games not on software channels?
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Because no one has packaged it yet?
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Victor Oliveira

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Hello everybody!
I have compiled from source the Dolphin-emu (Nintendo Wii and Gamecube emulator).
Check it out!
https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/victoroliveira/Dolphin-emu/
Description. Dolphin-emu 5.0 - Daily builds. Compilled directly from source. Dolphin-Emu. Dolphin is a Gamecube and Wii emulator. Most games run perfectly or with minor bugs. Games are playable at HD quality, with 1080p and more. This is a remarkable feature the actual Gamecube and Wii consoles ...
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+Michael Murphy Thanks for show me this version, i will provide this. Thank You :)
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Brian Proffitt
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Rusty development skills? Not really.
Rust is a programming language combining the control of C/C++ with the safety of Python, and makes parallel programming easy. Read more about it here.
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Looking at the article, it would do well if they were to actually link to the Rust language webpage and provide citations referenced on sections of the Rust website, especially given that the information on Rust is rather sparse in the article.
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Brian Proffitt
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Building a virtual light switch
Ever wonder how to create a virtual light switch? Learn how to create a simple, web-powered light switch for an Arduino LED using Node.js and Fedora.
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Brian Proffitt
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FOSS Wave: FOSS and Fedora in Bangalore, India https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/foss-wave-fedora-bangalore-india/
On August 20th, 2016, I helped organize the first workshop in my college, Christ University in Bangalore, India, titled "FOSS and Fedora".
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Brian Proffitt
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Discovering who will be using your project. 
Personas are fictional characters that might interact with a "product". The Modularity working group wants to flesh out some personas.
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I don't understand why "student" is equalled to "computer science student". Not to mention that many computer sciences students don't play 3D games.
I think that persona should be have a wider definition or split it into different subjects like "IT student", "sciences student", etc.
My thoughts.
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Muhammad Bellil

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Google Chrome Version 53.0.2785.92 (64-bit)
Problem.. is just me?

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if you have small RAM, Firefox is a much better choice.
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Lunix Watt

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Because of patents, is it okay to use elliptic curves (ECDSA) for my SSH keys in Fedora in 2016? Is the patent problem over?

Basically, Red Hat, because of patent issues, removed from Red Hat Linux Enterprise (RHEL) and #Fedora any code about Elliptic Curves. Few years ago, they removed elliptic curves references inside Go standard library code.

What is the status of this today? Note I'm not asking if I should use elliptic curves or not, but rather if these patent issues is cleared out, including according from Red Hat, or if I should still hold off.
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You can use whichever ones are in enabled in the Fedora package. ie, 'ssh -Q keys' Those ones have been vetted by legal folks.
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Hi guys,
I have a laptop with win10 and Ubuntu (14.04 I think) installed. Some years ago I did a Ubuntu update and it doesn't boot since that time. Now I want Linux again on my PC, but I'm not sure how to install it.
First, I was looking for Fedora (what's the lastest version?) instead of Ubuntu.
Then, I have a lot of partitions on my laptop: D:/ for windows data, C:/ for windows programs, two partitions for Ubuntu (/ and /home), a EFI partition and some others (can't remember just now). I have also UEFI bootloader, but I installed grub during Ubuntu installation years ago, and now I use grub to boot both systems. When I will run Fedora installations, what to do? Just erase the two Ubuntu partitions? I want to use grub again, because it works well, I absolutely can't lose my windows data, so I need both systems to boot correctly.
Can you please give me some feedback about how to install Fedora without errors?
Thank you :)

As soon as I can I'll attach a pic of the actual partitions
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Davide Della Giustina's profile photoChris Guiver's profile photo
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yep ... unless you create a separate /boot partition as it goes within that directory.
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Hello, I made a simple fontconfig frontend for adjusting system fonts. If you are interested, have a try and give me some feedback. Thanks!

Github https://github.com/guoyunhe/fontweak

Package http://software.opensuse.org/download.html?project=home%3Aguoyunhebrave&package=fontweak

GNU GPL V3
fontweak - A front-end for fontconfig. Setup perfect font effects, fast and easily.
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