Sam Varshavchik | 20 Dec 17:41 2014

firewall-config has many broken dependencies.

I upgraded a headless F20 box to F21's server product.

xorg-x11-xauth is installed, in order to make X forwarding work over the ssh  
connection.

After installing the firewall-config rpm manually, it's obvious that many of  
its dependencies are missing.

I was able to figure out that some of the default font packages that must be  
installed.

However, firewall-config still comes up with some of its display widgets  
obviously not getting rendered correctly, and they do not respond to mouse  
clicks or the keyboard.

I posted a screenshot comparison between a working firewall-config, and  
broken one in bug 1176331.

Anyone has any idea what dependency can result in such a broken display?

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mohammed ahmed | 19 Dec 18:40 2014
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Tom Horsley | 19 Dec 16:24 2014
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f21 still on mono 2?

I thought fedora was cutting edge :-). Why is the mono on
fedora 21 still at 2.10? There's a mono 3 out there these
days which I need to run the latest RepetierHost.
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Antonio Olivares | 19 Dec 16:06 2014

OT: Convert SVG file to data points/coordinates (x,y)

Is there an easy way to generate a data file with coordinates from an svg file? i.e, convert it to a data file
with (x,y) coordinates and plot the resulting dat file with gnuplot?

For instance the file

http://www.clker.com/cliparts/o/c/U/T/o/T/alligator.svg

which is public domain clipart, convert it to data file and then use gnuplot to plot it? 
If it is very hard to do with free tools or scripts, then I will have to use the graphic as is and try to learn a bit
of how svg works and then convert that to other formats with imagemagick or other tools.

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Patrick Dupre | 19 Dec 11:13 2014
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Which iso?

Hello,

I wanted to update to 21 (from 20) using a DVD (bad network).
I only find a Fedora-Server-DVD
no Fedora-Workstation-DVD

Is it OK?

Thank.

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Joachim Backes | 19 Dec 09:55 2014
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yum or dnf question

Hi guys,

is it possible to run "yum/dnf update [<some pkgs>]" (from the official
repos) together with some rpm file residing on my box (for example
downloaded from koji)?

Example: I need such a mechanism if mutual dependencies exist between
pkgs from the repo and the rpm on my box.

KInd regards

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Bill Davidsen | 19 Dec 01:13 2014

palimpsest - is there a replacement

Until quite recently there was a package, palimpsest, which was used to 
graphically view the layout of the drives on the system, making it easy to see 
RAID, and volume groups, etc, and view the health of the individual drives using 
SMART data. Later this was renames gnome-system-disk (is this a fork, or did 
GNOME just grab it as their own?) but was sill available.

I never fould the action items in the program all that useful, I prefer to use 
other tools to creat RAID arrays, play with LVM, etc, but the tool was really 
useful to visualize complex storage setups, particularly if you are going into a 
system you didn't set up, or did so long ago. What's the tool which replaces 
this? This should be maintained by Redhat as a system tool, since I can't find 
anything in RHEL7 which seems to provide the information, and I am considering 
upgrading a server farm, with at most any two servers alike. They bought what 
IBM told them was the best buy, some have hardware RAID, some software RAID, 
some whatever dm sets up.

There must be some visualization tool, right?

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Beartooth | 18 Dec 21:40 2014
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Gnome & Yumex : Is there a way ...


	I'm busily weighing Mate and xfce4 against my uses; with luck, I 
may eventually need only a rock-bottom few Gnome apps. Is there any way 
to eliminate the rest of Gnome by the shovelful instead of one app at a 
time with Yumex?

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Ranjan Maitra | 18 Dec 18:06 2014

Fedora 21 update (not upgrade) fails with broken boot

Hi,

A recent update with new kernel has broken my boot. This is what happens: I boot in through grub. Pretty soon,
I get:

Generating "/run/initramfs/rsdsosreport.txt"
Welcome to emergency mode! After loggin in, type "journalctl -xb" to view system logs, "systemctl reboot"
to reboot, "systemctl default" or ^D to try again to boot into defauly mode.
Give root password for maintenance.
(or press Control-D to continue):

I do not have root on this machine, so I am not sure what to do (I have sudo status). What am I supposed to do? (I
may say Ctrl-D does get me the login screen, but why this message and rigmarole)?

This is the third time this has happened, on a laptop. The other two laptops had this issue at different times
towards the fag end of F20 and could only be fixed by a reinstall of the OS. 

Any suggestions/pointers would be appreciated. Happy to provide more information as possible.

Best wishes,
Ranjan

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Markus Lindholm | 18 Dec 14:47 2014
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Accessing disk from F19 in F21

Hi

I just updated a computer from Fedora 19 to 21. I did it by adding a
second SSD to the computer on which I installed F21. The problem is
now that I can't access the files from the old SSD. They seem to be
overshadowed as the volume group has the same name as the new
installation.

Any way to get access to the old disk in this new setting?

/Markus
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Patrick O'Callaghan | 18 Dec 14:35 2014
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Disabling a specific key

I have a keyboard (Microsoft Wireless 800) which has an Insert key right
beside the Backspace and I keep hitting it by accident and changing the
insert mode of whatever I'm typing. I want to disable this key
completely as I can think of no circumstance in which it would ever be
useful. If it can't be disabled I would consider remapping it to a
second Backspace.

Any ideas? I'm using KDE under F21 but I would hope for a general
solution to this.

poc

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