jd1008 | 17 Sep 20:46 2014
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64bit skype client needed

I have been trying to locate a fully 64bit skype client to no avail;
a client that will not require 32 bit dependencies.

Any info on that?

MS is not supporting linux x86_64  and who can blame them?
They do not like Linux. They might even wish it would disappear.

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jd1008 | 17 Sep 06:44 2014
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Pagefault during boot (after system was hibernated)

I decided to shutdown -> Hibernate.
Later on, I powered up and booted the machine,
and it invariably panics with a pagefault.

There is nothing in the logs of any disk hard error issues,
or device misconduct.

Ordinary boot up (without having hibernated) presents no problems at all.

Only reboot after hibernation is the problem I am having.

PS: This is a recent problem after updating to 
kernel-3.16.2-200.fc20.x86_64'

I thought I would install the x86 memory test bootable from the grub menu
to see if I am having memory issues.
I cannot find it in the fedora repositories.
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jd1008 | 17 Sep 05:00 2014
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Problem with smplayer

I have
mplayer-1.1-22.20140414svn.fc20.x86_64
smplayer-14.3.0-1.fc20.x86_64

I cd into a music dir and create a playlist as follows:

find $PWD -name \*.mp3 > play.pls

I then play it with

mplayer -playlist ./play.pls

and it plays just fine.

However, with smplayer:

Click
open->playlist
opens the browse dialog and I select the playlist I just created.

I click on the play button.

No sound, no track names are displayed in the playlist (which is 
displayed by clicking on the playlist icon).

So what is the format of the playlist that smplayer is expecting?

Thanx.

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reg | 17 Sep 00:12 2014

Load problem...cant find shared library.


[[ Sorry for sending this twice, but it got out without a subject line ]]

I  am trying to build gphoto2 for an old system (Fedora 11) where I store 
photos.
(gphoto2 exists as part of the download in Fedora19)

In any case, I do the configure/make/make install for both libgphto2 and 
gphoto2 with no problems, so it would seem that the loader at this point
is seeing the library.

But when I try to execute gphoto2, I get the message

gphoto2: error while loading shared libraries: libgphoto2.so.6: cannot open 
shared object file: No such file or directory

the library is in /usr/local/lib, so the directory IS being searched.
I vaguely remember this problem from some years ago, but forget the solution.

Anyone remember how to work around this?
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reg | 17 Sep 00:08 2014

(unknown)

I am trying to build gphoto2 for an old system (Fedora 11) where I store 
photos.
(gphoto2 exists as part of the download in Fedora19)

In any case, I do the configure/make/make install for both libgphto2 and 
gphoto2 with no problems, so it would seem that the loader at this point
is seeing the library.

But when I try to execute gphoto2, I get the message

gphoto2: error while loading shared libraries: libgphoto2.so.6: cannot open 
shared object file: No such file or directory

the library is in /usr/local/lib, so the directory IS being searched.
I vaguely remember this problem from some years ago, but forget the solution.

Anyone remember how to work around this?
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Robert Moskowitz | 16 Sep 17:11 2014

SpoofMAC

https://github.com/feross/SpoofMAC

Has anyone used this?  I will be using it to test the impact of using 
randomized local MAC addresses.  I would like to have a Gnome widget 
that I can just click on and run this.

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antonio montagnani | 15 Sep 19:14 2014
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Monitor is not blanketed when inactive

I note today that when my system becomes inactive (let me say 5 minutes) 
monior is not blacked...it was working before latest updates
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Angelo Moreschini | 15 Sep 18:30 2014
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network connection

Hi,

I have a wired network with 3 computers (a, b, c)
a - SO Fedora
b - SO Fedora
c - SO Windows 7

The computers a and b have access to a local network (widow workgroup on nautilus) to see the computer c.
But a and b (the two computers with Fedora) cannot see each the other...

(in short the 2 computer with Fedora con see the computer with Windows 7 - but they cannot see each the other).


I am newbie with Fedora ..
I would like to know what to do because all the 3 computers can communicate each the other.

Thank you
Regards

Angelo

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Bruno Jean | 15 Sep 18:18 2014
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Fedora 20 with AMD catalyst video driver

Hi,

I am planning to build a Fedora 20 machine to host a couple of VMs and a NAS server concurrently. I already
browse internet to get some advice on the hardware. As I want to keep the cost low,  I plan to use quad core AMD
processors with built-in GPU. I would like to have feedback from the fedora guys about the AMD catalyst
video driver on Fedora 20. According to various internet blog, it does not work out of the box on Fedora 20,
and even the workaround posted here
(http://bluehatrecord.wordpress.com/2014/05/10/installing-the-proprietary-amd-catalyst-14-4-fglrx-driver-on-fedora-20-with-kernel-3-14/)
does not seems to work for everyone.

So my question is the following: Is the default video driver in the fedora 20 allows for a 2560×1440
external monitor resolution with AMD GPU, or I should go with another GPU (Nvidia?) or a motherboard GPU.

Thanks in advance for your support,

Bruno
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Jonathan Ryshpan | 15 Sep 17:38 2014
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Finding and downloading missing font

On my system Firefox doesn't display this Wikipedia page properly, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syriac_language , because a Syriac font is missing.  I haven't been able to find out what font is missing or how to download it.  The undisplayed text is "ܠܫܢܐ ܣܘܪܝܝܐ" and appears just to the left of "Leššānā Suryāyā".  Any info would be much appreciated.

The system is Fedora-20 with all updates, running Firefox 32.0.  Yumex informs me that all relevant Syriac and Aramaic fonts are installed.

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KW | 15 Sep 17:19 2014
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Firefox HTML 5 disable video and auto play

Over the last couple of weeks I have come across several web
sites that autoplay video and audio at full blast using HTML 5. I have
disabled the options in firefox by typing about:config in the browser
then setting this three settings to false:

media.webm.enabled
media.ogg.enabled
media.wave.enabled

Hopefully the makers of Firefox will have an activate switch for all
HTML5 audio and video like they do for flash player.
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