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Months ago i've upgraded Fedora 23 to 24 through DNF (system-upgrade plugin), but now i would resolve a bug that shows many packages from primary repository of Fedora with the tag @@commandline instead of @fedora. Anyone know how to fix it?
Thanks
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Isaque Galdino's profile photo
 
No, I don't, I see the same "issue". That doesn't break anything though.
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alex diavatis

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On #copr  for #fedora  
https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/heikoada/terminix/
https://github.com/gnunn1/terminix#install-terminix

Also I think there is a flatpak of it, but not idea where is available
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+alex diavatis​ yeah, whether I am using Fedora or Gentoo, I usually stick with XFCE, LXDE or just straight Openbox depending on what hardware I am working with. The funny thing is, compiz-fusion with XFCE still uses less memory and CPU than Gnome. I can't say the same for KDE because they have both incorporated the compiz effects directly into KDE and worked really hard to reduce its overal resource usage. So now KDE is almost as lightweight as XFCE when it comes to memory and CPU usage.
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Muhammad Bellil

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With the release of the Anniversary update earlier this month, Microsoft has accidentally broken millions of webcams after it removed a feature that was used by HD webcams.
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Jed Reynolds

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Is there a way to pass a -j9 flag into my dkms install command?
Something like:
export MAKEARGS=-j9
dkms install zfs/0.6.5.7
?
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Aaron Kili K

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In this article, we will we cover some of the best and most popular Linux gaming distributions that you should definitely give it a try.
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Ayo Isaiah

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Hey folks,

Does anybody know why Gnome System Monitor and Kde System monitor do not show the same readings for my Ram? I find this behaviour quite baffling
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Chris Guiver's profile photoMuhammad Bellil's profile photo
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There's 512MB lost.

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Patrick Massey

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Okay, so am I doing a dive back into Fedora on my home desktop. I had at one point installed Fedora 23 on my second SSD (and GRUB is on that SSD as well, all legacy boot.
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I enjoyed both Portal games via Steam on Fedora.  I enjoyed them again when they were made Linux native!

I think the only thing I've ever seen needing fall-back to Windows was an Apple device update, and even that's been fixed, AFAIA.
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Muhammad Bellil

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Hi Guys,
How i can disable "dnf timer" ?
Thanks,
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Cristian McGrath's profile photoAlberto Rodríguez Sánchez's profile photo
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it is not a "dnf timer" is a systemd timer. you can use: "sudo systemctl disable dnf-makechache.timer" this process is used to maintain package and repo data in a easy form with fast access. in other hand it is zsh?? looks really good

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Sampson Fung

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At last, Google Chrome Browser installation by GNome Software finished without problem!

It is a fresh installed Fedora 24 x64 workstation. Software version is 3.20.3

The same for Fedora 23, 22, 21 all failed - waiting for the Software to process the downloaded package never finish (more than 1 hour).

This is progress.
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+Sampson Fung That's what I hear from your post, but I'm like, convinced installation with GNOME Software worked out in F21 & F22. But I'm not 100% sure again, I don't hand around screenshots of installation steps of Google Chrome on Fedora.
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Lunix Watt

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What happens with software versions & Fedora 24?

Wireshark latest stable version, according to wireshark.org, is 2.0.4. But when I install wireshark-gtk, I have development version 2.1.0. Why?

Then, with RPM Fusion (I know Fedora isn't responsible of RPM Fusion, but is of Wireshark), VLC 3 is distributed, while VLC 2.2.4 is the latest stable version according to VideoLAN. Again, why?
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+Rex Dieter I wondered if there was specifical reasons and where they could be discussed. I don't think packagers just send a development version (that upstream developers basically says it's not stable yet, otherwise it would be a stable release) without saying why.

Usually stable means latest stable or earlier, and not to get a beta or alpha software. If there's reasons I'm fine with that but if it's a mistake I would send a bug report or something.
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Viktor Pankraz

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When I add a repository to dnf, installed packages get updated to the packages from this repository if it has newer versions. In most cases this is desired but sometimes it's not.

There is the negativo17 multimedia repository that needs RPM Fusion but on the other hand replaces some packages with it's own versions. What if I just want to use the libdvdcss package from this repository and get updates for it (if any) and ignore all other packages?

Is this possible with dnf?
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Noah Friedman's profile photoViktor Pankraz's profile photo
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Thanks guys! Will look into that.
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Aniket Lamba

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Problem with my SD card

I can't seem to format SD card.It is a read only filesystem (don't know how that happened).Here's the error -

Error creating file system: Command-line `mkfs.vfat -I -n "Aniket" "/dev/sdb1"' exited with non-zero exit status 1:
stdout: `mkfs.fat 3.0.28 (2015-05-16)
'
stderr: `mkfs.fat: warning - lowercase labels might not work properly with DOS or Windows
mkfs.vfat: failed whilst writing reserved sector
' (udisks-error-quark, 0)

I ran mount and got the following output - http://www.hastebin.com/ficulejiwu.hs
Save New Duplicate & Edit Just Text Twitter.
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David Dreggors's profile photoEric Kirchner's profile photo
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Every one of my sandisk cards have failed, i only my Samsung anymore. Not a failure in a dozen now.
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Jed Reynolds

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I have just uploaded new beta ath10k firmware images for QCA9980 and QCA9984 NICs. This fixes two nasty memory corruption bugs. The iq-cal one was related to 9984 only, and the rate-ctrl bug may have been a regression that I added sometime relatively recently. It was enabled by using way too many void*, so while fixing it I made a bunch of code more typesafe.

http://www.candelatech.com/ath10k-10.4-9984.php
http://www.candelatech.com/ath10k-10.4.php
Ath10k Candela Technologies CT 10.4-9984 Firmware. The CT 10.4-9984 firmware is a modified version of the official firmware from Qualcom-Atheros based on the 10.4.3 code. It should support all features available in the upstream 10.4.3 firmware as well as additional features.
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Marius Nestor

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Up to date Fedora 24 Linux Live ISO images with the GNOME, KDE, Cinnamon, MATE, Xfce, and LXDE flavors are now available for download if you want to deploy the OS on new systems without having to download a bunch of updated packages.
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Jed Reynolds

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I have two revisions of hardware that have distinctly different UEFI BIOSs. The older one appears to be fixed in legacy mode, and I get a mbr format disk layout. The newer one wants a gpt disk layout with a EFI System partition. Mu challenge is planning an imaging solution for my hardware pool. Do I need to have different images, or is there a way to make just one image that will work on both ages of BIOS. 
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Started experimenting on that today. 
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Muhammad Bellil

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Hi,
I have this VGA adapter : $lspci | grep VGA

01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] RV710/M92 [Mobility Radeon HD 4530/4570/545v]

Do i need to install driver for it?
I'm running F24 64bit.
Thanks

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+Sylvia Sánchez it's okay.
thanks
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hello communit i just join the fedora group and created and account in other to join the ope souce project but knowing my way arround is proving difficult need help..
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Pete Verschueren's profile photoAsonganyi Derick's profile photo
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ok sir i will pete
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Brian Proffitt
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How software gets tested.
This is the second post explaining how to get involved with Fedora Quality Assurance (QA). In this article, we look more at actually testing the software.
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Sampson Fung's profile photoStephen Kawamoto (Radha Santadharma)'s profile photo
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+Sampson Fung Thank you for your reply.

At the moment, my desktop PC isn't capable of running a virtual machine to participate in QA testing. However, I am grateful that you helped me to understand how Quality Assurance works.
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Here are some good themes, most have easy installs for Fedora
GNOME Shell has some good looks by default, but it can be better. Themes are CSS packages to style your desktop, and here are ten of the best.
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Fast OS

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Mais jogos nativos para linux! Fedora

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