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2019-04-25 10:30:35 -0600 answered a question [Intel Gemini Lake] White lines flickering at top of the screen

more to read: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Intel_graphics => "Screen flickering"

2019-04-25 10:02:01 -0600 commented answer [Intel Gemini Lake] White lines flickering at top of the screen

Hallo I'm not sure: I mean I have read to set 19201070 via xrandr, don't know. - BIOS: you could give it a try cause m

2019-04-25 09:57:42 -0600 commented answer [Intel Gemini Lake] White lines flickering at top of the screen

I'm not sure: I mean I have read to set 19201070 via xrandr, don't know. - BIOS: you could give it a try cause mostly t

2019-04-25 09:53:01 -0600 commented answer [Intel Gemini Lake] White lines flickering at top of the screen

I'm not sure: I mean I have read to set 19201070 via xrandr, don't kow. - BIOS: you could give it a try cause mostly th

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2019-04-24 15:26:44 -0600 answered a question [Intel Gemini Lake] White lines flickering at top of the screen

Did you read the comment in the 4 hidden comments too ? cit: " Well I added the custom resolution of 1920x1070 and the

2019-04-24 13:31:35 -0600 answered a question Reboot time takes about 5 minutes

maybe sudo touch /.autorelabel and a reboot might help. - currently don't know if it helps for "selinux in permissiv

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2019-04-24 09:37:36 -0600 edited answer Creating account: '[eMail address]' is a blacklisted email

I got NO answer to your question, but maybe a work-around: gmx means your are from Germany ? Is your provide

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2019-04-24 09:36:20 -0600 answered a question Creating account: '[eMail address]' is a blacklisted email

I got NO answer to your question, but maybe a work-around: gmx means your are from Germany ? Is your provide

2019-04-23 00:52:59 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

you are right with clutter-gst2 and xar ! suffixes don't mean the are/are not in a release of fedora, thanks for learnin

2019-04-23 00:51:15 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

you are right with clutter-gst2 and xar ! suffixes don't mean the are/are not in a release of fedora, thanks for learnin

2019-04-23 00:50:33 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

you are right with clutter-gst2 and xar ! suffixes don't mean the are/are not in a release of fedora, thanks for lea

2019-04-23 00:49:37 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

you are right with clutter-gst2 and xar ! suffixes don't mean the are/are not in a release of fedora, thanks for lea

2019-04-22 18:50:15 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

to show if two versions of a package are installed. rpm -qa | grep <package-name_without_version-numbers> or ot

2019-04-22 18:35:24 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

I know what fcXY means cause I'm running RH/Fedora since ~18 years (RH6...fc1...f30) ! sudo dnf autoremove --exclude=ke

2019-04-22 18:33:28 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

to show if two versions of a package is installed. rpm -qa | grep <package-name_without_version-numbers> or oth

2019-04-22 18:32:00 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

to show if two versions of a package is installed. rpm -qa | grep <package-name_without_version-numbers> or oth

2019-04-22 18:31:21 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

to show if two versions of a package is installed. rpm -qa | grep <package-name_without_version-numbers> or oth

2019-04-22 18:30:24 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

rpm -qa | grep <package-name_without_version-numbers> to show if two versions of a package is installed. or ot

2019-04-22 18:28:51 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

rpm -qa | grep <package-name_without_version-numbers> to show if two versions of a package is installed. or ot

2019-04-22 18:04:06 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

I know what fcXY means cause I'm running RH/Fedora since ~18 years (RH6...fc1...f30) ! sudo dnf autoremove --exclude=ke

2019-04-22 15:27:44 -0600 edited answer Files left after upgrade?

@villykruse where did you read that the OP want to clean "packages **not** found in repo's" ??? and what does fc28 and

2019-04-22 15:24:11 -0600 edited answer Files left after upgrade?

@villykruse where did you read that the OP want to clean "packages **not** found in repo's" ??? and what does fc28 and

2019-04-22 15:23:20 -0600 edited answer Files left after upgrade?

@villykruse where did you read that the OP want to clean "packages not found in repo's" ??? and what does fc28 and fc2

2019-04-22 15:17:59 -0600 edited answer Files left after upgrade?

@villykruse where did you read that the OP want to clean "packages not found in repo's" ??? what does fc28 and fc29 su

2019-04-22 15:17:06 -0600 edited answer Files left after upgrade?

@villykruse and where did you read that the OP want to clean "packages not found in repo's" ??? what does fc28 and fc2

2019-04-22 15:11:48 -0600 answered a question Files left after upgrade?

@villykruse and where did you read that the OP want to clean "packages not found in repo's" ??? and why want one keep

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2019-04-22 13:27:53 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

computer where invented to do work autonomous ! ;-) man dnf dnf autoremove dnf distrosync if something went bad: dnf

2019-04-22 13:25:40 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

computer where invented to do work autonomous ! ;-) man dnf dnf autoremove dnf distrosync

2019-04-22 13:25:21 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

computer where invented to do work autonomous ! ;-) man dnf dnf autoremove dnf distrosync

2019-04-22 13:24:15 -0600 commented answer Files left after upgrade?

computer where invented to do work autonomous ! ;-) man dnf dnf autoremove dnf distrosync

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2019-04-16 13:51:53 -0600 edited answer Make fails to load library

Don't know if it will help ?! run into an similar error, it stopped with "/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lstdc" I believe

2019-04-16 13:51:31 -0600 edited answer Make fails to load library

Don't know if it will help ?! run into an similar error, it stopped with "/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lstdc" I believe

2019-04-16 13:48:16 -0600 answered a question Make fails to load library

Don't know if it will help ?! run into an similar error, it stopped with "/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lstdc" I believe fi

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2019-04-04 21:45:00 -0600 edited answer Anaconda did what?

happens to me years ago too https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TestDisk to get the most back, but it needs some work ! tes

2019-04-04 21:42:38 -0600 answered a question Anaconda did what?

happens to years ago too https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TestDisk to get the most back, but it needs some work ! testdis

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2019-03-14 10:57:42 -0600 edited answer Firefox won't clear history on exit

rpm -rf ~/.cache/mozilla ln -s /tmp/ ~/.cache/mozilla clears the cache during shutdown/reboot cause /tmp is in

2019-03-14 09:50:56 -0600 answered a question Firefox won't clear history on exit

rpm -rf .cache/mozilla (only ounce) ln -s /tmp/ .cache/mozilla clears the cache during shutdown/reboot cause /

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2019-03-02 15:40:17 -0600 commented answer how to launch a jar file by double clicking it?

yup, I didn't double check what I wrote, my bad ! THX

2019-03-02 15:39:53 -0600 commented answer how to launch a jar file by double clicking it?

yup, I didn't double checked what I wrote, my bad ! THX

2019-03-02 15:39:14 -0600 commented answer how to launch a jar file by double clicking it?

yup, I didn't double checked what I wrote, my bad ! THX

2019-03-02 15:37:48 -0600 commented answer how to launch a jar file by double clicking it?

yup, my bad ! THX