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2014-06-02 16:54:25 -0600 answered a question There is a conflict between SELinux and openVPN connection!

To fix this run the following commands as root (replace <your-username> with you real username):

semanage fcontext -a -t home_cert_t /home/<your-username>/openvpn_folder/client.crt

After that try again. It is possible you will see similar problem regarding other files such as *.key and/or *.crt. _You should run the same command for any of those file._

Happy VPNing!

2014-03-10 12:30:36 -0600 commented answer Ruby 1.9.3 on Fedora 19

Advisable for development purposes.

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2013-11-22 12:45:53 -0600 answered a question Why sometimes Nautilus doesn't launch on Fedora 19, and how to fix it?

Turns out, that kill all nautilus process is a radical solution, although better than issuing a system restart.

Just type:

killall nautilus

Then use the GUI or CLI to open Nautilus.

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2013-11-22 12:43:13 -0600 asked a question Why sometimes Nautilus doesn't launch on Fedora 19, and how to fix it?

After using the file manager for normal operation, I noticed that Nautilus won't launch, nor from GUI neither from CLI. What is the reason? I have no found any related long in dmesg, and executing on CLI doesn't print anything.

Restarting the whole system is a cure, but I would like another option less counterproductive.