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2018-10-29 02:02:17 -0600 asked a question What's going to happen to Fedora if IBM buys Red Hat?

What's going to happen to Fedora if IBM buys Red Hat? IBM made an offer to buy Red Hat and the offer was accepted https

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2017-10-17 13:24:49 -0600 answered a question Solved: No more cpu frequency scaling - it actually works

Thanks for the answer! After checking the /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scalingcurfreq I realised that frequency scaling actually is working. What wasn't working properly is the xfce4-cpufreq-plugin which for some reason shows me only one frequency while running under kernel 4.13. But the applet works well with the kernel 4.12. That's why I thought the problem was the kernel... I suppose at some point the applet will be fixed...

2017-10-16 12:14:01 -0600 answered a question yahoo email not working

I've just succeeded to connect the Claws Mail software to my Yahoo mail account. What I had to do is go to The YahooMail site, Account Info, Account Security, Manage App Password (or Generate App Password) They'll give you a list of apps, mostly Android or IPhone, but probably you''l want to choose "Other app", then hit the generate button and on the next page they'll give you a password to use it with Evolution.

That's what you need to do, generate an app password for your mail client, and use it in your mail client.

2017-10-16 10:43:53 -0600 asked a question Solved: No more cpu frequency scaling - it actually works

I'm using Fedora 26 XFCE spin and since the last two kernel updates the cpu frequency remains fixed at the stock frequency. I've checked (booted) with an older kernel and the frequency is scaled down or up as needed. Why is this happening? Edit: Currently I'm at work and I can't check right now, is it possible that I got an unstable, or under development version of the kernel? I think the latest I got is 4.13.

Edit: CPU Frequency scaling works - xfce4-cpufreq-plugin doesn't show current frequency