I'm having an issue shutting down. Fedora 34, just updated to 35, same
problem. (It was around in 33 as well, I've been putting up with it.) I
know that there is another list for beta versions, but this issue was there
in the current version as well.
Somewhere around 1 out of every 10 shutdowns, the system goes down to
"[ OK ] Reached target System Shutdown", but then,
"[ *** ] a stop job is running for Cryptography setup for luks-<cycle
through LUKS volumes>"
It typically goes for about 1/2 hour if I don't get fed up, and hold the
power button down.
I just saw after that 1/2 hour:
[Time] Timed out starting System Reboot
Forcibly Rebooting: job timed out.
I still had to power it off. On reboot, it seems OK.
I haven't found anything interesting in /var/log/messages regarding it.
Any suggestions to further troubleshooting?
I have a fedora35 desktop with three monitors using Cinnamon standard,
After the screensaver is activated and I then press a key to restore
the display, all the windows from the center monitor have shifted to
the left monitor. Why does this happen?
Also, how do I even disable the screensaver? I've tried the
"screensaver" applet in "System Settings", but there's no toggle to
actually disable it, only to be able to control the delay before
starting the screensaver.
Perhaps you even have another desktop besides Cinnamon that you
recommend, and is better than the default GNOME? There are other
problems I have with it, like when using "remote desktop viewer" to
view my Windows VM, ALT keypresses are interpreted by the viewer and
not passed on to Windows.
Is there a good reason to have my drive (system) full since this WE.
the new kernel?
Is there an easy way for temporally avoid any problem?
I am out of town, and I do not want to challenge my distribution right now.
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For several recent kernel updates, dnf has complained about this but has
updated as normal. I've just noticed that the package name looks
strange, too. Should it get a BZ?
FWIW, I think this is needed by the rpmfusion nVidia packages. :-)
92 kB/s | 14 kB 00:00
3.1 MB/s | 3.0 MB 00:00
3.4 MB/s | 2.0 MB 00:00
684 kB/s | 62 kB 00:00
3.6 MB/s | 32 MB 00:09
2.4 MB/s | 35 MB 00:14
md5 mismatch of result
Some packages were not downloaded. Retrying.
5.3 MB/s | 15 MB 00:02
For some years now, I have maintained a collection of mathematical packages
and some of their dependencies in Fedora. I actually stopped using the
packages in question awhile ago, but have been maintaining them out of
inertia. I would like to free up time to get some code checking and formal
methods packages into Fedora. But I need to divest myself of the sagemath
and Macaulay2 stacks in order to have time to do so.
There are 241 packages listed below. I am primary maintainer for 217 of
them. Before anybody panics, I am not talking about orphaning them now.
My plan is to spend the next 12 months searching for people willing to step
into the primary maintainer role for these packages. I will repeat this
message at regular intervals in hope of finding willing participants. One
year from now, if I have not given all of these packages away, then I will
orphan the rest.
This is not a collection of packages that is falling apart. They are high
quality packages. Very little needs to be done right away.
If you have interest in any of the listed packages, please get in touch.
It doesn't matter if you are currently a Fedora packager or not. If not, I
will sponsor you via the comaintainer path, and stick around until you feel
comfortable handling the package yourself. It doesn't matter if you are
interested in only a single package. Contact me anyway.
To help those who may be new to packaging, I have started documenting some
of my workflows. I have a set of web pages rooted here:
Those pages contain walk-throughs and examples illustrating how I approach
various tasks. I'm willing to donate any of that content to Fedora, so if
you see something you think should be on docs.fedoraproject.org, feel free
to tell me so. Also feel free to suggest additions or changes to what I
Packages for which I am the primary maintainer
Packages for which I am comaintainer. This serves as notice to the primary
maintainers that I am stepping away from actively working on these packages.
The primary maintainer is listed after the package name.
tbb: trodgers; see https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/jjames/TBB2021/
for my take on what the next version of tbb should look like
Packages for which I am neither primary maintainer nor comaintainer, but
been maintaining them anyway. As above, this serves as notice to the
maintainer that I am stepping away from active maintenance of these
As far as I know, neither bagnara nor pcpa is actively involved in Fedora
anymore, so once I step away from their packages, the packages will
effectively be unmaintained.
If you want to see how these packages are related to each other, here is a
graph showing all of the packages I am involved with in Fedora:
The black ovals are packages for which I am primary maintainer, blue are
packages for which I am comaintainer, green are packages for which I am
neither but I maintain the package anyway, and red are packages that I
normally don't touch except for the occasional rebuild due to an soname
bump or similar. The ones I am talking about stepping away from are
primarily on the right half of the diagram.
I have a system with a NVIDIA Geforce gt 610 video card. There don't
seem to be Fedora drivers for the 5.14 kernel. I see that Debian has a
patched version of the 390.144 driver in a .deb package but don't see
anything for Fedora. Is there a way to uses the .deb package?
A bit of a weird one I'm not sure whose fault it is.
When I open a video file the default GNOME video player (Totem) or with another GStreamer based video player (such as Clapper from Flathub), audio and video works fine. If I seek manually forward, audio is gone, while video keeps rolling. Sometimes, seeking forward another time fixes it, but not always.
Doesn't happen with mpv-based video players, nor with VLC. No error in stderr. Any idea what's going on and who might be the culprit? At least so I know where to open the bug report.