How can I make a dnf install "list of pkgs in a file"?
I tried dnf install `file`
but it does not work.
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Yes, xterm still runs... ok as far as I can tell. I don't use it much since I started using Konsole (KDE).
BTW, this release of Fedora is FC30 x86_64. Line numbers in the file are col 1 (produced by less -N.
Here's a part of the font list that xlsfonts displayed:
I seem to be doing something incorrectly.
When I run this command:
xterm -bdc -cm -sb -sl 4096 -cr green -ms red -fn '-adobe-courier-bold-o-normal--14-100-100-100-m-90-iso10646-1' -title '-adobe-courier-bold-o-normal--14-100-100-100-m-90-iso10646-1' -e bash
I get this error message:
xterm: cannot load font "-Adobe-Courier-medium-O-*-*-14-100-100-100-M-180-ISO10646-1"
I got a list of fonts from the xlsfonts command so it seems to think this font IS installed. The FONTPATH shell variable is NOT set and neither is FontPath.
I would like to try out several of the other fonts that xlsfonts lists without updating config files. xlsfonts displayed 4210 fonts with duplicates for some reason.
Can anyone see what I'm not doing right? Is it a bug?
I have burnt a Fedora 29 workstation live install to DVD and tried
to boot it with the bios set to UEFI mode, but it halted with a boot
error. Thinking there might be an error with the DVD I downloaded a tool
for windows that allowed me to download and burn the F29 installer to
usb, but this failed to boot with the same issue as the DVD. If I
switched the bios into legacy mode both the DVD and USB successfully
booted to the Fedora desktop. From what I have read on the net the live
installer is dual setup, in terms of the documentation said that if the
installer was booted in UEFI mode it would perform a UEFI install and if
it was booted in legacy mode it would do a bios install, so given this
have I done something incorrectly to cause the installer to not boot in
Having set my hard disks up in Raid 10 mode I booted the F29
installer in bios mode which successfully booted to the desktop, where I
selected the install to hard disk option which worked fine up to the
point of setting up the disks, where the disk setup could not see any
disks at all to configure for installation. From what I've read on the
internet the workstation installers for F22 through F24 did not support
raid but the equivalent server installers did. Has this still not been
rectified up to the F29 workstation installer?
I have two email accounts, one at my local access
provider, and one on my own domain, hosted remotely. I'm running Fedora
29. Last time I looked, my host was running Centos. Now I see this:
$ uname -a
Linux <x.y.z> 2.6.32-042stab134.3 #1 SMP Sun Oct 14 12:26:01 MSK 2018
x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Is something there the name of a distro?? (I've forgotten the
proper command, with 'release' in it,for asking a remote machine what
it's currently running.)
It's past time I ought to've downloaded a mass of cruft (old
emails) from my host's machine, stored them on some medium here (Maybe a
nice external solid state 2 Tb drive?), and gotten them out of the way.
They're slowing me way down.
I've never gotten around to learning rsync, nor even trying
Grsync. Last time, istr, I made do with cpanel at the host. Now the host
has something new to me, WHM, in front of cpanel, and I haven't the
faintest inkling what all it can do. Is there now good strong new EASY
magic for a subtechnoid like me to do the old chore, or should I just try
to recall how I slogged through before? I feel like a sorcerer's
apprentice, and don't want to drown in cyberspace.
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it will not suddenly close down the next day.
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ssh -o stricthostkeychecking=no works.
There's no ~/.ssh/config
grep Strict /etc/ssh/ssh_config
# StrictHostKeyChecking ask
but it doesn't ask:
@ WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED! @
IT IS POSSIBLE THAT SOMEONE IS DOING SOMETHING NASTY!
Someone could be eavesdropping on you right now (man-in-the-middle attack)!
It is also possible that a host key has just been changed.
The fingerprint for the ECDSA key sent by the remote host is
Please contact your system administrator.
Add correct host key in /root/.ssh/known_hosts to get rid of this message.
Offending ECDSA key in /root/.ssh/known_hosts:1
ECDSA host key for [new-gateway]:6878 has changed and you have requested
Host key verification failed.
though it reads the config file correctly:
ssh -G new-gateway | grep strict
I don't want to change the ECDSA host key, because sometimes that
machine is at this address.
any help appreciated