Chris Adams | 30 Jun 15:24 2016
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NetworkManager drops config on link down

I have a USB ethernet adapter on my desktop system that I use when
configuring new equipment (servers, routers, switches, etc.).  I have a
variety of pre-set configs in NM, like 192.168.0.x, 10.0.0.x, etc.

Often while configuring something, I need to reboot it, which drops the
link.  NM "helpfully" de-configures the interface, and I have to wait
for link to return and re-select the right config (because NM won't let
me select a config for an interface that is link-down).

Is there a way to disable this "helpfulness", so that for this USB
ethernet interface, once I select a config, it stays configured (even if
the link drops)?  This is frustrating behavior in many cases.

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Tom Horsley | 30 Jun 13:47 2016
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No akmod nvidia yet in rpmfusion?

I had to back up one kernel release to get kmod-nvidia to work :-(.

The rpmfusion repos don't seem to have an akmod-nvidia package
for fedora 24.
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Tom Horsley | 29 Jun 23:19 2016
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Nouveau, Oh No!

I was so happy when the nouveau driver finally worked
on my nvidia maxwell card in fedora 24, but now after
about a week, this happened:

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1351286

Total screen freeze :-(.

At least it took as long as a week.

If it happens a lot, I may have to go back to
nvidia binaries (I hate the pain of installing them).
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Matthew Colton | 29 Jun 18:59 2016
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Sound card Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 not working after update to F24

Hi all,
as the subject says my sound card stopped working after the update to
F24. The sound card worked like a charm in F22 and F23.

Now the situation is as following:
After booting the card is NOT listed by lsusb, yet the LED auf the 2i2
is on. After replugging the device it is listed by lsusb:
Bus 001 Device 011: ID 1235:8016 Focusrite-Novation

Now it gets wierd. As long as I do NOT log into a desktop session the
card works fine in the console and is listed by lsusb. The card is
selected in alsamixer and aplay works as expected. The card works
and audio files can be played.

As soon as I log in to a desktop session (standard GNOME in my case) 
the sound card doesn't work. Seems to be some kind of a pulseaudio
problem. It is still selected in alsamixer, but not available in pacmd
list-sinks:
********************************************
1 sink(s) available.
  * index: 1
    name: <auto_null>
    driver: <module-null-sink.c>
    flags: DECIBEL_VOLUME LATENCY DYNAMIC_LATENCY
    state: SUSPENDED
    suspend cause: IDLE
    priority: 1000
    volume: front-left: 65536 / 100% / 0,00 dB,   front-right: 65536 /
100% / 0,00 dB
            balance 0,00
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Dario Lesca | 29 Jun 11:32 2016
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F24: Warning for Italian virt-manager users (broken it.po causes: KeyError: 'nome-mv' )

See this:

    "broken it.po causes: KeyError: 'nome-mv'"
    https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1350185

workaround:

    LANG=en_US.utf8 virt-manager

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CLOSE Dave | 29 Jun 03:32 2016

Kickstart dependency resolution

I have a local mirror of Fedora 23, kept current nightly. In the updates 
mirror, there is a plasma-workspace-5.6.5-1.fc23.x86_64.rpm and a 
plasma-workspace-common-5.6.5-1.fc23.x86_64.rpm. There are no copies of 
the 5.6.4-1 RPMs.

Nonetheless, when I try to install to a particular machine, kickstart 
stops with a fatal error, "nothing provides plasma-workspace-common = 
5.6.4-1.fc23 needed by plasma-workspace-5.6.4-1.fc23.x86_64". (Yes, I am 
explicitly asking to install KDE, but not any specific versions.)

Normally, the repodata directory is cloned at the same time as the repo 
contents are copied from upstream. On the chance that something was 
wrong with those files, I manually ran createrepo against all the repos. 
Same problem.

How can I see where kickstart is getting the idea that it should install 
version 5.6.4-1?
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Walter Cazzola | 29 Jun 00:13 2016
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dnf update tries to install yum

Dear Experts,
I've a Fedora 23 installed on my laptop and I keep it updated (even if
I'm not going through the upgrade process yet).

Yesteday when I checked which packages need to be updated, dnf proposed
me to install this packages:

    Installing:
      yum                   noarch 3.4.3-507.fc23   fedora  1.2 M
      yum-metadata-parser   x86_64 1.1.4-15.fc23    fedora   39 k
      yum-utils             noarch 1.1.31-508.fc23  updates 117 k

This sounds weird, as far as I know, dnf completely replaced yum so why
I need to install it? Is this generating some conflicts with dnf or
breaking something on my fedora?

Walter

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Joachim Backes | 28 Jun 12:10 2016
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Is there a way to upgrade a 32bit fedora34 installation to a 64bit Fedora24?

Hi all,

does anybody know a simple way to upgrade a 32bit fedora24 workstation 
to a 64bit fedora24 workstation without a complete system reinstall?

All comments are welcome.

Kind regards

Joachim Backes
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David A. De Graaf | 28 Jun 11:28 2016
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httpd fails to start

On a newly installed F24 I have a /home/... directory with a
collection of movie files - *.m4v and such, that I want to googlecast
to a TV for viewing.  I've configured a private httpd setup to display
this directory listing when the local machine name is entered in the
address line of google-chrome, and when a file is clicked, it plays
and can be "cast" to the TV.  Neat!

However, when the machine boots (quiet, without rhgb) the messages
include
  [FAILED] Failed to start The Apache HTTP Server.
  See 'systemctl status httpd.service' for details.
and, sure enough, httpd isn't running.

journalctl -b shows this:
  Jun 27 10:33:17 garfield httpd[1100]: (99)Cannot assign requested
  address: AH00072: make_sock: could not bind to address
  192.168.10.99:80
  Jun 27 10:33:17 garfield httpd[1100]: no listening sockets
  available, shutting down
  Jun 27 10:33:17 garfield httpd[1100]: AH00015: Unable to open logs
  ...
  Jun 27 10:33:17 garfield systemd[1]: httpd.service: Main process
  exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE
  Jun 27 10:33:17 garfield systemd[1]: Failed to start The Apache HTTP
  Server.
  Jun 27 10:33:17 garfield systemd[1]: httpd.service: Unit entered
  failed state.
  Jun 27 10:33:17 garfield systemd[1]: httpd.service: Failed with
  result 'exit-code'.

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Joachim Backes | 28 Jun 10:20 2016
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NetworkManager: openconnect VPN connections won't work in F24

Hi all F24 users,

I established a new opneconnect-VPN connection by the GNOME 
NetworkManager menue, but this connection does not work. I'm endlessly 
requested for a valid Userid/Password.

But if establishing this openconnect VPN connection by the cli 
/sbin/openconnect, the connection works immediately.

Anybody seas this too?

Kind regards

Joachim Backes
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Clifford Snow | 28 Jun 01:28 2016
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rpmfusion for F24

I use the non free rpmfusion for Nvidia drivers. (The nouveau doesn't work for my card, no or insufficient thermal controls.) Where is the best place to ask for drivers compiled for the latest kernel, 4.5.7-300? 

Thanks,
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