I'm currently running FC5, will probably upgrade to F7 in a couple of months.
Unfortunately my CD/DVD rewriter appears to have died, before it's
even seen a dual layer disk :'(
SATA hard drives run without problems for me, but now that SATA
optical drives are starting to appear in the shops, would it be OK to
buy one of these and get rid of another wide ribbon cable?
Is anybody already running them with Fedora?
Thanks for any advice/experiences.
On Tue, 2020-04-28 at 16:45 +0000, david richyad wrote:
> cisco ise helps safeguard your business. It lets you control access throughout your network, see the user and device details, and stop/contain any threats. You can also use it to enforce security policies throughout your network. As a result, it helps prevent any technical issues and strengthens your cybersecurity measures. In short, you can manage your network security with more ease. Everything can be handled in one place, as opposed to needing multiple different applications open at once.
Does this have anything to do with Fedora? Advertising is not
acceptable on this list.
I've set up a virtual host for a joomla website and having some
permissions problems. I've seen numerous configurations online about
how to set umask for the apache user, but none have worked, including
creating a systemd file
(/etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/httpd.service) with the
Description=The Apache HTTP Server
After=network.target remote-fs.target nss-lookup.target
ExecStart=/usr/sbin/httpd $OPTIONS -DFOREGROUND
ExecReload=/usr/sbin/httpd $OPTIONS -k graceful
# Send SIGWINCH for graceful stop
The problem is that the files are owned by the joomla user, but also
need to have access (both read and write) to be able to modify some
files within the document root.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to set umask for the apache user?
I'm also interested in recommended permissions settings for the joomla
From what I understood, the change to openssh listed in:
rpm -q --changelog openssh |less
"* Wed Jun 20 2007 Tomas Mraz <tmraz(a)redhat.com> - 4.5p1-7
- experimental NSS keys support
- correctly setup context when empty level requested (#234951)
was supposed to allow the Common Access Card (CAC) to work with the shipped
Fedora 8 ssh.
As per NSS usual, everything is undocumented, i.e., `ssh-add --help` does not
help at all, and `man ssh-add` points to `ssh-add -s reader`
# ssh-add -s 0
Enter passphrase for smartcard:
Could not add card: 0
# ssh-add -s 1
Enter passphrase for smartcard:
Could not add card: 1
So does anyone know how to use the possible functionality, or are we reduced
to reading the source?
Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC Crane)
Harnessing the Power of Technology for the Warfighter
Anyone know of a procmail recipe to change the date on incoming
If the date is in the future by more than 24 hours - I'd like to just
change it to the current date.
If the date is in the past by more than two weeks - I'd like to just
change it to the current date.
I'd like to do it in procmail - if someone knows how.
I've done some searching, still have some to do.
Found some stuff on extracting the date, but not on modifying it if
After the upgrade with F35, I got some errors on wifi.
Now I saw the adapter is not shown but is listed on hardware.
If I press the wifi button then start the airplane mode and is set to on.
How can be fixed?
[mythcat@fedora ~]$ lshw -C network -short
WARNING: you should run this program as super-user.
H/W path Device Class Description
/0/100/1c.1/0 network BCM4311 802.11b/g WLAN
/0/100/1c.2/0 ens1 network NetLink BCM5787M Gigabit Ethernet PCI Express
WARNING: output may be incomplete or inaccurate, you should run this program as super-user.
[mythcat@fedora ~]$ lspci
10:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Inc. and subsidiaries BCM4311 802.11b/g WLAN (rev 01)
18:00.0 Ethernet controller: Broadcom Inc. and subsidiaries NetLink BCM5787M Gigabit Ethernet PCI Express (rev 02)
I have a Brother HL-L2360DL that I'd thought I'd finally managed to install.
I had to go to the Brother website to get a script to run.
The instructions for the script had the wrong name for it.
None of the default options for Brother printers came close.
The CUPS adminstration "web" pages say the right things:
Idle, accepting jobs, two completed jobs.
Nothing actually prints. Not even a test page.
The printer never comes out of deep sleep.
How do I fix this?
It worked with Centos 7, but I do not know what I did.
In my experience, there is no such thing as a small problem when it comes to
installing a printer on Linux:
Either it just works or it requires a mighty effort.
I am getting mighty tired of mighty efforts.
BTW how do I change the default from single- to double-sided?
"Sorry but your password must contain an uppercase letter, a number,
a haiku, a gang sign, a heiroglyph, and the blood of a virgin."
In a Fedora 35 VM, all users and groups in an NFS mounted filesystem are mapped to "nobody" even though the names and numeric IDs are the same on the server and client. The messages logged are of the form:
"name 'xxxx@local' does not map into domain 'localdomain'"
I have no nfs-idmapd service running. This same setup is running fine on a CentOS 8 VM. I didn't have to do anything special to make this work in CentOS 8. What am I missing here in a Fedora 35 installed with default configuration in a QEMU/KVM virtual machine?
Where does Fedora get its domain name? When I type "hostname --fqdn" I get "hostname: Name or service not known". The CentOS 8 VM apparently gets its domain name from the /etc/hostname file, which contains "cent9-vm.local". This does not appear to work in Fedora 35.
Bob Nichols "NOSPAM" is really part of my email address.
Do NOT delete it.
I saw some recent discussions (yet another time) how packaging Rust /
Go / Node.js is horrible, we should simply bundle everything and such.
Let's not discuss this here, though.
I'm interested to hear if there are any users of the `starship'
application here in Fedora that consume it from the repositories.
Please speak up if you do!
As pointed out in the other places, I don't think we are able to
update things like that as fast as releases popping out with just as
few people working on the packaging Rust stack these days (I'm pretty
much not contributing for last couple years due to the other work).
And the question, if we want to keep packaging it (with some slower
update cycle, as the time permits) or we want to retire it completely.
Personally, I'd love to have more people working on packaging (and
most importantly keeping up-to-date) Rust crates / apps but I think
this is not so realistic :)
— Igor Raits.