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2015-03-03 15:25:59 -0500 commented question gnome-shell very high cpu usage on a clean install F21

What Kernel version are you using? Have you tried installing the Intel graphics drivers ( )? Also, have you looked into installing TLP and the Thinkpad TLP add-ins ( )? Just a thought.

2015-02-18 23:05:44 -0500 answered a question iptables rule that excludes a particular ip?

You should be able to use ! to specify the source you want to exclude. So maybe something like;

--append PREROUTING -s ! --protocol tcp --match tcp --dport 80 --jump REDIRECT --to-ports 8080

2015-02-18 09:59:07 -0500 commented question no option to boot into fedora

What architecture are you using? 32-bit or 64-bit? Also Fedora has a pretty good document on UEFI Secure Boot that might be worth reading, even if it doesn't help/fix your issue. link text

2015-02-18 00:29:58 -0500 commented question no option to boot into fedora

As DHilsbos requested, any information you can provide would be helpful. Dual booting from a single drive, or does Windows and Fedora have their own separate disk? Also, what version of Windows are you using?

2015-02-17 23:51:32 -0500 commented question Fedora 17 Live OS in Lenovo desktops (Model ID: 3237C82)

Is the chipset of the NIC Intel or Marvell?

2015-02-17 23:45:43 -0500 answered a question How to install Cisco PacketTracer 6.2 on Fedora 21 x86_64

Below is a script that I put together to download and install the packages and libraries needed to run PacketTracer 6+ on a fresh install of Fedora 21 x86_64. This script assumes that PacketTracer is already downloaded and is in the 'Downloads' folder and that the tarball begins with 'Cisco'. Please feel free to make changes as needed. Enjoy!

# Script to install Cisco PacketTracer 6 on Fedora 21 x64-bit
# This script assumes that Cisco PacketTracer is already downloaded with the default name
# and is in the 'Downloads' folder.
# Author: Isom Rodebush
# Email:
# Last edited: 2015/02/17

# Download and install necessary libraries packages.
cd Downloads/




sudo yum install -y vim glib* glib.i686 libX.rpm XFree*.rpm libX11.i686 libacpi.i686 libacpi.x86_64 libopenssl1_0_0-32bit-1.0.1e-2.8.1.x86_64.rpm libstdc++.i686

sudo yum groupinstall -y 'Development Tools' 'C Development Tools and Libraries'

# Create symbolic links for 'libssl' and 'libcrypto'
cd /lib
ln -s /usr/bin/
ln -s /usr/bin/

# Extract Cisco PacketTracer
cd /home/irodebush/Downloads
tar xzf Cisco*.tar.gz

# Install Cisco PacketTracer
cd PacketTracer6* sudo ./install

# Replace 'packettracer' executable
sudo rm -R /opt/pt/packettracer

sudo touch /opt/pt/packettracer

sudo chmod +x /opt/pt/packettracer

sudo echo -e '#!/bin/bash

echo Starting Packet Tracer 6.2

# pushd $PTDIR/bin > /dev/null
# ./PacketTracer6 "$@" > /dev/null 2>&1
# popd > /dev/null
pushd $PTDIR/bin
./PacketTracer6 $@
popd \n' \
> /opt/pt/packettracer

# Create Cisco PacketTracer Desktop icon
sudo touch /usr/share/applications/Cisco-PacketTracer.desktop

sudo echo -e '[Desktop Entry] Encoding=UTF-8


Name=Cisco Packet Tracer

MimeType=application/x-pkt;application/x-pka;application/x-pkz;' \
> /usr/share/applications/Cisco-PacketTracer.desktop