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2019-04-26 20:22:21 -0600 commented question F29: Sound turning on "magically"

No, the problem is that it is not behaving the way you just described (remembering independent volumes for w/ & w/o

2019-04-25 12:43:33 -0600 asked a question F29: Sound turning on "magically"

F29: Sound turning on "magically" One of my favorite things about Fedora? Gnome? is that it remembers the status of the

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2016-05-31 17:58:00 -0600 asked a question FAQ for modularity

One of the things I am not happy with for the Modularity project is the not very useful or inviting faq . It occurred to me the other day that I could use stackoverflow instead, then I realized, hmm, ask.fp.o might be even better. How would the "owners" feel about my changing the faq link to something like: ? I would prefer if it was "blank" to not make people think the results were related to modularity, but I am not sure how to construct that URL. Alternately, if ask.fp.o has "categories" or something that would work as well.

If this is covered somewhere already, please point me there. I did check the sticky posts and guidelines for an answer but didn't find it.


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2015-04-09 15:38:12 -0600 asked a question Remove all network configuration and replace with original install

I assume this sounds like a weird question but, I have been mucking about with a lot of things that mess with the network stack on my machine (examples: docker, libvirt, bridging, openstack, ovirt, etc.). However, some large percentage of the time, I break my network stack in somewhat unrecoverable ways. I often resort to reinstalling.

So, the question is simply, this: Is there any way to remove all the network configuration and let the system re-detect it like it did when I installed? Obviously, this needs to be executable without network access but could have some steps to do in preparation when network access is still available.