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Can anyone confirm for me if Katello is the upstream project for Red Hat's Satellite 6
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Jaen Swart's profile photoPeter Robinson's profile photo
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Add candlepin and I'm sure there's another
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Arg...who thought that getting rid of eth0 was a good idea?  Since when is 'eno16780032' (actual name on the system I'm working with) a more sane name? At least eth* was predictable.
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Konstantin Ryabitsev's profile photoMichael Chapman's profile photo
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In my opinion, "predictable" network interface naming was always the wrong thing to call this.

They're "stable" names, not "predictable" -- all you know is that they won't change (and having experience with certain older systems that changed their enumeration on practically every boot, having stable names is really useful!). But on unfamiliar hardware it's sometimes not easy to know ahead of time what name will actually be assigned.

My system has "enp7s0", for instance. Right, PCI bus 7 -- as if I was supposed to expect that!
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Lubomir Rintel's profile photoOrv Beach's profile photoJames Jakimowicz's profile photo
 
A ghost bike - signifying that a child died there...
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Hi all!
On Fedora KDE, all notifications look like this when they pop up, and the close button is cut... How do I fix it?
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Fabian Di Milia's profile photoLuca der Jäger's profile photo
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+Fabian Di Milia thanks, that solved! :) 
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Gabriel C's profile photoEdward Kent's profile photo
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Sp much source code available, never felt hindered when it came to software on linux. You can duplicate the configs in most cases of various versions of linux, just depends,
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One of the side effects of mailing list is someone is going to raise a philosophical question and then 50 other folks will weigh in. All knowing that a technical decision has been made and discussion is just waste of time.

On forums you could selectively follow threads and ignore others conveniently. On mailing list, it is constant flux of emails.

I use Gmail and my question is how can I mark incoming messages in particular threads as not new or basically don't notify me about them. Is something like that possible?
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William Witt's profile photoSudhir Khanger's profile photo
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+William Witt Thanks that's a nice trick. I will have to look into how to make that work with labels. Mute basically archives a message but labels still show the unread count. I use labels because good folks in mailing lists don't like to tag emails like [fedora-users], etc.

It would be interesting to make that work with Kmail.
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Anyone here running android studio in fedora 20? Thoughts on it? 
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David Sanguinetti's profile photoTommy He's profile photo
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Great to know that :-)
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9000 questions on #askfedora . You can participate and help the growth of this knowledge base. Ask your question or give your answer.
https://ask.fedoraproject.org
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Cristian Ciupitu's profile photoNik Th's profile photo
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Yes, thanks to +pete travis who trusted me.
I proposed on the #fedora-docs IRC channel to give some initial karma to old FAS users in order to be able to comment, upvote, etc. This way they could more easily improve the site.
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Hi all,
I'm new on Fedora, and I also am a gamer; I managed to install Steam properly, but I also would like to do some retrogaming. How do I install RetroArch on Fedora 20?
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Luca der Jäger's profile photoJosh Thies's profile photo
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You can possibly use alien to convert the deb file to rpm
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Hello, I would like to ask if there is a 64bit version of Steam I am running that 32bit version on a 64bit system but it seems a really buggy solution. I was for many years a Debian/Ubuntu user, but as a huge Gnome fan I switched to Fedora 20. Thank you!
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Samuel Orr's profile photoApostolos Kokkinis's profile photo
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Maybe I didn't ask my question right. Throught my movemen't from debian to fedora I didn't have any problem. In fact I like Fedora a lot. The only "problem" I had is that the graphics are a little bit slower I had some sound issues(always talking about Steam). After in update I have done everything for a reason is working fine. So I can't really focus what was the problem at the momment. But since everything is working fine we can say that the subject is "mysteriously" closed! Thanks everybody for your responses!
 
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Hi all!
I want to install the drivers that allow me to make an XBOX 360 wireless controller on Fedora 20 KDE spin.
I searched on Google, but I'd like to know if there's an "official" guide that worked for you; I wouldn't like to install software I don't need or to mess up something.
Thanks in advance!
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Hi friends,

Does anyone already installed conky & conky manager on their Fedora 20 ? Is it working correctly ?

can anyone please provide a tutorial for how to install conky, conky manager & use custom themes ?

Thank you
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Gergely Polonkai's profile photoUdara Madubhashana's profile photo
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can you please explain how to use custom themes with conky ?
I already installed conky using yum install conky
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Have You, #Fedorian , have ever heard or even used GRSecurity?

Here take a look:
https://grsecurity.net/compare.php

Do not take that as a tablet; carved from stone and handed over by a deity to a prophet. It is just their version of things.

Anyway, what do you think? I mean, it's not like we can just dfn install grsecurity or anything. But, would you like to have it?

It is a kernel patch, you know?
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Just an technical question fallen into my mind - and I think it would be a great addition in Gnome. What I would like to reach is to change the icon when I plug my headphone in my notebook - at least I know then PA has changed the output. My question is that what should I modify to have this? Or somebody knows an plugin for this? Thanks.
  #gnome3 #gnomeshell #fedora  
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Er, the sound icon definitely used to change into a headphone icon in F19... but it doesn't anymore. Maybe it's a bug?
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Hey all, is GNOME 3.12 via copr repository stable for Fedora 20?
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Tommy He's profile photoSumit Bhardwaj's profile photo
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3 months usage and 0 issue. Solid as a rock!
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Nik Th

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May I welcome my self to the "dark side of the moon" ?
:)
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Hexi Dizmal's profile photoChris Cotter's profile photoNik Th's profile photo
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That is slick. Looking forward to it
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Hi all,
how can I install KDE Connect on Fedora KDE 20 spin?
I tried putting these commands in the terminal:
$ sudo yum groupinstall “Development Tools”
$ sudo yum install gcc-c++ kdelibs-devel cmake qjson-devel qca2-devel git
$ git clone git://anongit.kde.org/kdeconnect-kde
$ cd kdeconnect-kde
$ cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr ./
$ make
$ sudo make install$ qdbus org.kde.kded /kded loadModule kdeconnect$ kbuildsycoca4 -noincremental

From: http://www.inthebit.it/come-integrare-android-con-kde-tramite-kde-connect

It appears in the settings menu and i have the widget, but it doesn't connect to my phone and my phone doesn't detect the PC....
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Chris Smart's profile photoLuca der Jäger's profile photo
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+Luca der Jäger just use --remove-port instead of --add-port in the same commands
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Jan Wildeboer's profile photoRoland Wolters's profile photo
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I was more referring to the fact that rpmbuild cannot handle the filtering inline, but that a script has to be called which filters the output of find-requires. While the author solved it quite neatly, actually, it somehow feels strange to me.

But of course you are right that the original cause, the exclusion of more or less required packages is debatable.
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#kernel315 , #fedora20 , just arrived on updates-testing and it works flawlessly !

Release Notes: http://kernelnewbies.org/Linux_3.15
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Fred van Zwieten's profile photoRichard Hübl's profile photo
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+Nik Th thanks man, thought so
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