# Defaults can be restored by simply deleting this file.
How to I figure out what the defaults are? Or do the comments
above tell me?
When you say, "I wrote a program that
crashed Windows," people just stare at
you blankly and say, "Hey, I got those
with the system, for free."
-- Linus Torvalds
colleague wants to play with jenkins on a fully-updated fedora 30
system, so i figured i'd give it a shot on my similar system, with
1) install jenkins
2) "systemctl start jenkins"
3) temporarily disable firewalld, just for testing
4) attempt to browse to "localhost:8080"
i would have thought that would at least get me to the jenkins webapp
"This site can’t be reached
localhost refused to connect."
jenkins appears to be running:
● jenkins.service - Jenkins continuous build server
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/jenkins.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
Active: active (running) since Fri 2019-08-23 06:19:07 EDT; 6s ago
Process: 10779 ExecStart=/usr/libexec/jenkins/jenkins start (code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS)
... etc etc ...
netstat shows listening on port 8080, and so on.
i'm about to start checking logs but, normally, getting something
like jenkins running is a few seconds worth of:
2) systemctl start
so while i'm poking around log files, anyone else got jenkins running,
at least to the point of browsing to localhost:8080 to get to the
Robert P. J. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA
I have an issue where my external monitor (ViewSonic) will not wake up. Why I think it's related to Fedora is the following:
Fedora recognizes the monitor's existence when I go into settings. However, the monitor will not turn on. I have tried xrandr with no luck. I have also tried Alt + F2 -> r with no luck. I have a docking station, but have also tried plugging the monitor directly into the computer. At first I thought it was related to plugging the monitor in before waking from sleep, but I just plugged it in while the machine was awake with the same experience. I would say this happens once every few days with no real pattern.
Ever since upgrading to F30 when I first reboot my wheel mouse only moves
in VERY small increments and at some point later it returns to "normal"
Anyone else seen this?
I know this is off topic, ,but I'm flumoxed and thought maybe someone
has run into this issue and has a solution.
I've got a centos6.5 system, running Chome --Version 31.0.1650.63
On a number of sites when I select an embedded vid to run, I get an error::
This video file cannot be played.(Error Code: 102630)
I've seen solutions that suggest getting a new version of chrome (I
can't). Disabling hardware acceleration or chrome (implemented).
Adding Adobe flash as an extension (I've tried enabling/disabling --
Any thoughts/comments might be useful!
on Gnome (with Xorg) on Fedora 30 I found that
"org.gnome.shell.window-switcher current-workspace-only" is already
active by default. I wanted to enable that ALT+TAB only shows tasks from
the current workspace. What do I need to do?
while using "Files", the explorer application (version 3.28.1-stable) in my
Fedora 28 system, I have sometimes this kind of problem:
- I normally use what should be "list view" with list of file names
- if I have to paste a file/dir or group of copied files/dirs into a
location where the page listed is full (no blank space inside it), it seems
that I cannot paste: the right mouse click doesn't offer the paste option.
In these cases I temporarily switch to what should be "icon view" and in
this case I always have some blank space because of how items are displayed.
I select a blank space and then right-mouse --> paste
Then I come back to list view...
Is this a sort of bug or what?
Based on this link
I should have "paste" option in menu, but it doesn't happen, see screenshot:
NOTE: keyboard shortcut ctrl+c and ctrl+v works, though
Thanks in advance.
I have no idea what this tells me
$ cat /proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern
|/usr/lib/systemd/systemd-coredump %P %u %g %s %t %c %h %e
Does anyone know of a list somewhere?
And why does it send out a pipe symbol?
What does this do?
# echo core > /proc/sys/kernel/core_pattern
Will "core" turn on core dumps?
And if so, how do I turn it back off after testing it?
And will it wipe out "%P %u %g %s %t %c %h %e"?
I am confused,