lately I found nice stuff
http://www.gnomefiles.org/app.php/Mac_Menubar_for_GNOME_and_Xfce , but I
can't compile gtk2 with patch need for macmenu and I can't compile macmenu
too;/ I think it's very good thing for the people who migrate from macosx to
fedora ;] Maybe somebody will make a two little packages for fedora
Have a nice day!
I just wonder why Firefox's About window is resizable on Linux, but
not on Windows? As to my personal feeling, a resizable static window
indicates a not carefully tested product. :)
Sorry if OT, since I haven't tried Firefox on distros other than
Is there a String Resource or equivalence in RPM package that one can edit
using Hex Editor and have the package still valid without another rebuild?
It can be text or binary, but it needs to be uncompressed, and not
affecting RPM package checksum.
It would be best if #postinst script can easily query the value of the
I guess a less-optimal compromise is to repackage the RPM only, without
rebuild the binary tar ball, so that files can be modified or added before
What is the least effort, best practice?
Thanks in advance for any information.
as some of you know, I'd prefer to have a separate mailing list for
discussions around EPEL. I didn't bring that topic up much until now,
but two people in private mails heavily insisted to have a special EPEL
mailing list. So I'm trying to move this discussion here.
Do you guys want a separate mailing list for EPEL?
The usual advantages and disadvantages apply. Maily: Users that are only
interested in EPEL don't have to subscribe to a mailinglist that has 95%
of traffic they are not interested in (advantage). Yet another mailing
list, where we need to get people that are interested subscribed while
most Fedora Contrbutors are already subscribed to fedora-devel
I d like to report a kernel oops, but I don't know how to catch the
After an upgrade to kernel 2.6.19-1.2911, the system crashes at boot. I
didn't had this problem with 2.6.19-1.2895 version. I didn't found such
a bug in the bugzilla.
Is it possible to save the stacktrace in order to fill a bug report ?
How can I do that ?
Thanks in advance.
I'm not sure if I'm being blind or something, but I can't seem to be
able to find ViewVC (http://www.viewvc.org/) in Core/Extras (6 and
devel). Does anyone know if this software was ever officially part of
What happened to a lot of devel.x86_64 packages. For example i can't
compile X11 apps that use pkg-config anymore because things like
xproto.pc only exist in /usr/lib/pkgconfig/ and not
in /usr/lib64/pkgconfig/, but /usr/lib64/pkgconfig/x11.pc has a require
Any idea what happend here, i already tried to install .x86_64 versions
but they are just not available.
I just checked my laptop which is a core2duo with 1 gig of ram. WinXP
reports PAE but fc6 installed non-PAE kernel. Would the PAE kernel be
better for me or should I stick with the non-PAE? Obviously I don't need
highmem support, will that be to much of a performance hit?
model name : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU T5500 @ 1.66GHz
flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic mtrr pge mca
cmov pat pse36 clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm pbe nx lm
constant_tsc pni monitor ds_cpl est tm2 cx16 xtpr lahf_lm
I'm trying to hack/test a network driver's ability to suspend, resume,
and wake-on-lan (while suspended). This is on a rawhide x86_64 desktop
system. Is the Fedora pm-stuff documented anywhere? I can't seem to
find anything on the wiki, and the only related manpage is for pm-pmu.
FWIW, suspend didn't seem to work, but hibernate did (aside from a
bunch of lockdep warnings). As near as I can tell though, my network
module is unloaded instead of suspended because I think it gets swept
up in the modunload() function of /etc/pm/functions.
It'd help if I could find some documentation on Fedora power
management, to try and get an understanding of how it's all supposed
to work. Any ideas where I can find some docs?