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2018-06-06 05:44:16 -0600 answered a question How to enable wifi in Fedora 26

Fedora 26 is EOL. Please, update to some supported version, which might have issue already fixed or the driver supported

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2018-05-29 04:15:50 -0600 asked a question How to package desktop file with external icon

How to package desktop file with external icon My desktop file has a line Icon=preferences-system-notifications There

2017-08-02 10:08:17 -0600 commented question Network Manager Feature Request Gnome/26

that is probably better to fill a feature request to NetworkManager directly, than ask a question here.

2017-07-17 11:51:30 -0600 commented question I am having trouble updating from Fedora 25 to 26 using the package manager download link.

Try again once more. There could have been an issue with the mirrors.

2017-07-17 03:37:52 -0600 answered a question Uninstall Sublime Text from Fedora 23

1) Find the binary, which is your sublime editor, for example by running your editor and then searching using ps af. Result will be something like /usr/bin/sublime 2) Find to which package does the file belong: rpm -qf /usr/bin/sublime 3) Remove the package: dnf remove package-name

If the second step tells you that file is not owned by any package, you installed it using something different the RPM and there is no way how to reliably remove it. The best you can do is probably to remove it by hand, such as rm -f /usr/bin/sublime (or the file you find in the first step). But it will most probably leave a lot of other files behind ...

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2017-07-14 14:03:50 -0600 answered a question how to install firefox version 17 in fedora 11 ???

You should not really use Fedora 11 nor Firefox 17 since both of them are very old and can contain security bugs. Please, give it a try with Fedora 26 and Firefox 54, which are the latest supported versions.

2017-07-12 04:15:37 -0600 commented question Adding a second ssh-key to fedora account
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2017-07-11 13:25:30 -0600 answered a question public putty key not working on fedora 25

There is not enough information in the question to answer the question. Please, turn on debug logs in the server (write LogLevel DEBUG3 into /etc/ssh/sshd_config, restart the sshd service systemctl restart sshd) and try to connect once more. Then have a look into the /var/log/secure and post the logs.

Hopefully, you will be able to get why it failed, if not, let me know and I will be able to get more details from that logs.

2017-07-11 13:25:23 -0600 answered a question Use GPG smartcard for SSH logins

But other applications can still spawn the process e.g. a git clone or an ssh or whatever.

These applications do not spawn ssh-agent processes. They only connect to already running agents.

Otherwise it sounds good to me if you wish to use gpg-agent. But note, that even the stock ssh-agent can already make use of the smart cards using ssh-add -s /usr/lib64/pkcs11/opensc-pkcs11.so (or the respective path to the PKCS#11 provider).

2017-07-11 13:25:17 -0600 commented question How to enable SSH port other than 22, after firewall-cmd etc...

Did you reload the firewalld configuration?

2017-07-11 13:25:10 -0600 asked a question Adding a second ssh-key to fedora account

I am setting up a new laptop and one of the first thing was that I generated new strong RSA key. I am used to github and other services that allow you to specify list of the keys and now I got surprised that adding a new key here removed the old one.

Are you really advising to share the private key between the computers? I thought this is very bad practice (it is) and now I am seeing it as the only option if I want to push occasionally from two computers to dist-git. Or is there any way to work around it? Will uploading file with two public keys work? Where is the best place to fill a bug report/feature request?

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2017-06-26 01:26:44 -0600 answered a question My Fedora Account's Public SSH key

Use RSA key with at least 2048 bits. DSA is not secure these days because it is fixed to 1024 bits and it can be very broken in case you have a poor random number source. DSA is also removed from the default algorithms accepted and used in the OpenSSH tools in Fedora these days (which is another reason why you should use RSA).

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2017-06-24 13:06:40 -0600 answered a question How to update Gnome?

Fedora 26 does not have Gnome 3.26 and most probably will never have. Latest build is 3.24.2.

Latest stable release is Gnome 3.24. The newer versions are still in development. If you need something newer, there is still a way to get Fedora rawhide, currently with Gnome 3.25.

2017-03-21 04:35:30 -0600 commented question public putty key not working on fedora 25

Please, provide verbose logs from ssh. They will tell you what is wrong there. I also guess that the problems are already resolved with one of the recent updates.

2017-03-21 03:23:53 -0600 answered a question Security Warning in Chromium

Chromium was more strict at the moment of your experiments and and this website didn't provide good enough certificate according to Chromium. This is not a problem on your computer so the only thing you can do is to wait until it got fixed by the website owner.

You can read more about Certificate Transparency at wikipedia, why it was created and why browsers require it.

Today I am able to access this site without any problem so I would say the owners updated certificate/made sure it is listed in the CT framework.

2016-12-08 11:11:58 -0600 answered a question fedora 25 Share Screen

It is probably related to Wayland. You can try to log in into old X desktop environment (choose GNOME as on the picture below) and a fill a bug for the package you are using to record your screen.

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2015-11-26 13:37:28 -0600 commented answer /dev/random in Fedora 20 is too FAST!

it is not about the speed, but people doubt about the quality.

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2014-03-21 05:07:42 -0600 commented answer /dev/random in Fedora 20 is too FAST!

FYI, this is change in kernel v3.13-rc1: http://o.cs.uvic.ca:20810/perl/cid.pl?cid=6265e169cd313d6f3aad3c33d0a5b0d9624f69f5

since Fedora uses this kernel, it is affected. I don't exactly know how it works, but it fills random pool with some extra entropy.