my computer boot only in emergency mode ...
Looking the journalctl (command journalctl -xb), I found (in thejournalctl
) these lines in red color :
ATA2:00: link is slow to respond....
ATA200: SRST failed (erro 16)
That seem indicate that it is a problem to access the HDs..
I found a possible solution to the problem in this post:
There is wrote that :...the problem can depend by the physic set up of the
HD (as "master", "slave", "single drive", ...): this set up can be done by
changing the position of a jumper on the HD...
I know that, in the past time, the HDs had to be set physically in this
way.., but recently I never heart anymore that the modern HD need this
So actually I don't care anymore of the configuration of the HDs
(my HD is Toshiba 1 TB that I bought few mounts ago).
I would like to have a confirmation that what I read in the post is only an
obsolete information and, in any case, I would like to know also what I can
do to go around in my problem..
>From the command line: ls /dev/sd* I get:
give me this input :
/dev/sda /dev/sda1 /dev/sda2 /dev/sda5 /dev/sdb /dev/sdb1
I'm not sure where I ought to post this; if there's still a
Mailman list, it's not carried by Gmane. And even if there is, this may be
a Fedora question.
On my own domain (not Comcast) I've been running three lists under
Mailman for a good many years and Fedora releases. Two of them are still
The third went into abeyance five years back. I want to resume it,
or maybe start a replacement, with at least some of the former
subscribers. But I never wrote the listowner password down, and of course
I've forgotten it.
I have both user access and root access to my domain, but no GUI,
and the only way I've ever done anything with Mailman is through the GUI.
Is there some way to use the CLI to find the list and set a dummy
Beartooth Staffwright, Not Quite Clueless Power User
Remember I know little (precious little!) of where up is.
Every so often, when I run "dnf -y update" in a terminal,
these messages will show up:
[root@zooty ~]# dnf -y update
BDB2053 Freeing read locks for locker 0x7a: 5771/139940940851008
BDB2053 Freeing read locks for locker 0x7c: 5771/139940940851008
BDB2053 Freeing read locks for locker 0x7d: 5771/139940940851008
BDB2053 Freeing read locks for locker 0x7e: 5771/139940940851008
Anyone know what that's about? The only way I ever update
the system is with the dnf update command. No weird
installing rpms behind dnf's back or anything, so why
are there sometimes readlocks?
Just curiosity here, they don't seem to hurt anything.
What am I doing wrong?
bash: wireshark: command not found
# dnf install wireshark
Package wireshark-2.2.4-1.fc25.x86_64 is
already installed, skipping.
It's available if I can believe that but
apparently I don't know how to get it to
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
box10 FEDORA-25/64bit LINUX XFCE Fastmail POP3
I'm used to using wget to mirror websites, but I need something more.
I tried to use httrack, but I can't figure out how to tell it to just
download everything without questions.
It seems to download the HTML, but not the images linked within the HTML files.
I've tried --mirror, -r, and I've spent quite a while reading examples
and online documents.
Is there a command option that can be used to tell it to just mirror
the whole website, including every page and every image/file?
Tripp Lite has their UPS management software available for Fedora
that is. SHEESH!
Other that squeezing the source out of them and doing a build on a more
modern Fedora, does anyone know of a UPS management software that will
work with Tripp Lite UPS?
BTW, I have been using Tripp Lite products since '84, so please don't
recommend another brand of UPS.
Thanks for the delete replies..
Got a quick sed question now..
head -2 sed.dat
want to simply truncate/search/replace the end of each line starting
with the ","
the following isn't working
sed -i 's/\,+\$//' sed.dat
sed -i 's/\,+$//' sed.dat
I'm sure it's simple/trivial...
Cups appears to not support sys v scripts any more. cuips version 2+ lpadmin treats '-i' as a ppd file.
I copied a configuration (/etc/cups) from a system that successfully uses sys v scripts (cups-1.7.2-1.fc20) to cups 1-7.5 and the script is ignored.
Normally ppd files are OK but I'm driving a dot matrix printer that needs form feeds adding etc.
Can anyone cast light on this?