Frederic Muller | 29 Aug 05:44 2015

Failed to find cpu0 device node

Hi!

Since yesterday (not sure when was my last restart, but at most 3-4 days
before) my T60 gives me a "Failed to find cpu0 device node" right at
boot and stay there.

I have tried to boot with previous kernel (4.1.5, 4.1.2 I think) but I
get the same results.

The recovery mode also doesn't work.

Any idea what this could be and most importantly how to fix it?

Thank you.

Fred
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Tim Evans | 28 Aug 23:38 2015

Win 7->10 Upgrade on Dual-Boot (Win 7/F22) Machine

Looking for experience with upgrading Win 7 to Win 10 on a dual-boot system.

My Lenovo T530 came with Win 7 pre-installed.  I shrunk the Windows 
partition and installed F21 (subsequently upgraded via fedup to F22). 
Grub2 boot menu offers both Fedora and Win 7.

Does the Win 10 upgrade leave the grub2 boot setup alone?
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jd1008 | 28 Aug 22:01 2015
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fedup Q: re: --product=nonproduct


Given one's current installation is a workstation,
What is the consequence of running
fedup with the option |--product=nonproduct|
|
|The wiki at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FedUp
says:

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Upgrading from Fedora 20 or earlier: Products

In order to select one of the new Fedora flavors, FedUp has a new 
option, --product=<PRODUCT>. When upgrading from Fedora 20 or earlier to 
Fedora 21 or later, you must pass this --product option.

You can use the values workstation, server, cloud or nonproduct. If you 
upgrade to Workstation or Server, all the packages that are included in 
a default installation of that flavor will be installed after the 
upgrade (that is, any that are not currently installed will be added). 
Your firewall configuration will also be reset to the default for that 
flavor (in the Workstation case, this is a fairly open configuration). 
If you do not wish these things to happen, use the value nonproduct.

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So, using nonproduct, one could end up missing some packages, which 
would otherwise be installed by selecting product=workstation ???
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alexis jeandet | 28 Aug 18:01 2015
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Enlightenment Illume2 modules missing

Hi,

I've installed Enlightenment on an arm device, if I configure it as
mobile device with touchscreen it says "No module named illume2/linux
-gnu...blah../module.so".
Does anyone saw this behavior?

Does anyone knows a good desktop environment for a small touchscreen
device?

Best regards,
Alexis.
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Patrick Dupre | 28 Aug 16:41 2015
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Size of the icons

Hello,

When I open Accessories -> Files, the size of the icons is very big.
How can I manage the icon size?

Thank.

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Timothy Murphy | 28 Aug 15:00 2015
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dnf query

When I run

[tim <at> william ~]$ sudo dnf -v update

I get a number of warnings like

---------------------------
repo: using cache for: fedora
not found deltainfo for: Fedora 22 - x86_64
not found updateinfo for: Fedora 22 - x86_64
repo: using cache for: adobe-linux-x86_64
not found deltainfo for: Adobe Systems Incorporated
not found updateinfo for: Adobe Systems Incorporated
repo: using cache for: updates
repo: using cache for: google-chrome
not found deltainfo for: google-chrome
not found updateinfo for: google-chrome
--------------------------

Does this matter?

I ask because dnf has been hanging earlier today,
with no response to "sudo dnf update".

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arnaud gaboury | 28 Aug 12:21 2015
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Multi seats on Fedora 22

I tried one year ago to setup a multi seat on my box. By that time,
the setup was impossible as:
- I didn't use lightdm to log sessions
- I didn't have any two monitor hub.
- my distro was not Fedora and the systemd seat configuration was very tricky.

I am back now to this setup with everything needed:
- Fedora 22
- lightdm
- usb3 pluggable dockin station ($ lsusb returns it).
- systemd seat configured as shown by $ loginctl list-status

Even if I understand the principle (loginctl attatch seatNumber
/some/device), I am not sure of the exact how-to. Unfortunately I
couldn't find any good and recent entry about the setup.

A few questions:
- can I use my Nvidia driver or shall I use nouveau instead ?
- shall I modify by hand lightdm and Xorg conf or will they be updated
accordingly ?
- is there any pointer to a clear How-To ?

Thank you for advice

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Paul Cartwright | 28 Aug 12:10 2015
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Re: efibootmgr help

On 08/28/2015 04:22 AM, Tom H wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 27, 2015 at 6:58 AM, Paul Cartwright <pbcartwright <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
>  
> grub2-mkconfig works, but grub2-install /dev/sda gives me an error
> grub2-install /dev/sda
> grub2-install: error: /usr/lib/grub/x86_64-efi/modinfo.sh doesn't exist.
> Please specify --target or --directory.
> The message is clear. Use "grub2-install --target=x86_64-efi
> --efi-directory=/boot/efi /dev/sda"
I thought he said not to use grub2-install on UEFI systems..
>  
> Boot001A* ubuntu
> You've set Ubuntu to be the default efi binary.
>
> You'd have to run "efibootmgr -o 0002,..." to set Fedora as the default.
and I did, and it works..
>
>
>> is there a good manual somewhere for efibootmgr??
> efibootmgr -h
yeah, not a lot of help.. but this thread was:)
efibootmgr -o xxxxx was the key...

>
>
>> I thought when a new kernel was installed, grub would automagically add
>> it... not with efi?
> Because you're using Ubuntu's grub. So you'd have to boot into Ubuntu
> and run "update-grub" in order to add the latest Fedora kernel to the
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Jouk Jansen | 28 Aug 08:19 2015
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Re: (fedora) Re: Problem connecting multiple cleints to NFS-server

Gordon Messmer wrote on 28-AUG-2015 00:40:32.16

>On 08/27/2015 04:45 AM, Jouk Jansen wrote:
>> When I mount a certain share
>> on one client all works fine. However if any other client tries to mount the
>> share also it fails.
>
>I can't reproduce the problem.  Watch the "messages" log on the clients 
>and server and see if anything is printed there.

The client give me just a "mount fail" due to "data loss".

Where do I find the logs on the server side? (it a Fedora 22 system)

        Regards
	   Jouk
	   

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Robert Moskowitz | 27 Aug 14:37 2015

Mapping firewalld services to ports and protocols

Over on the Samba list, I am trying to figure out what firewalld services I need opened for all the things that a Samba AD does.  I could 'simply' take the list of iptables entries others have used and add those ports, but I really WANT to learn about firewalld and what its 'services' do.  per: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FirewallD

Services

A service can be a list of local ports and destinations and additionally also a list of firewall helper modules automatically loaded if a service is enabled. The use of predefined services makes it easier for the user to enable and disable access to a service. Service configuration options and generic file information are described in the firewalld.service(5) man page.


And that manpage does not tell me what the services are and what they map to.  It is easy to learn the list of supported services:

firewall-cmd  --get-services
RH-Satellite-6 amanda-client bacula bacula-client dhcp dhcpv6 dhcpv6-client dns
ftp high-availability http https imaps ipp ipp-client ipsec kerberos kpasswd ldap
ldaps libvirt libvirt-tls mdns mountd ms-wbt mysql nfs ntp openvpn pmcd pmproxy
pmwebapi pmwebapis pop3s postgresql proxy-dhcp radius rpc-bind samba samba-client
smtp ssh telnet tftp tftp-client transmission-client vnc-server wbem-https


But what does 'samba' and 'samba-client' equal?  What about 'kerberos'?  Is 'kpasswd' == kerberos password?

See the challenge here?

So I have done SOME googling and have come up empty.  I decided to try here first, as Fedora users MAY have been working this out longer than any other list I am active on.  If no help here, I will join the firewalld user list.

thanks




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Jouk Jansen | 27 Aug 13:45 2015
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Problem connecting multiple cleints to NFS-server

Hi All

I'm running a nfs-server on a Fedora 22 system. When I mount a certain share
on one client all works fine. However if any other client tries to mount the
share also it fails. The only way to get the second client mount the share
is to close the connection on the first client end restart the nfs-server.
Once the second client has mounted the share the first client is not able to
connect anymore. ( until etc..)
The clients support only nfs3.

What did I miss in the configuration of the server?
The server is configured to use ports ip-ports 4000-4003 (can be viewed by
system-comfig-nfs)
Since one connection at each time can be made I do not suspect the firewall
or /etc/exports. The problem starts with multiple clients.
Any hint to solve this problem is welcome.

          Regards
	       Jouk

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