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2015-10-05 12:48:11 -0500 commented answer Fedora login screen stuttering and unresponsive

Hmm, I don't see nothing out of place in your log :P "I'm getting stuck at the component selection area." I would go with GDM as you're having the issue at the log in screen... Don't forget to post your fpaste when you open the ticket.

2015-10-05 12:43:40 -0500 answered a question how to login a tty in startup

Hi,

"Is there any way to login a tty by some command at the beginning?" Yes, it has been there since at least 1997. Please try: $ man chvt

HTH

2015-10-01 07:43:43 -0500 commented question WiFi no longer working - Dell XPS 13 (2015)

Hi, if you didn't experience any issues with previous kernels then you should fill a bug report against the new one. Also you might want to test latest kernel shipped with F23Beta1 against any similar issue.

2015-10-01 07:36:54 -0500 commented question fix dns leaks private internet access

While they claim to provide a secure in-house DNS access I too noted this weird issue with PIA when trying the service some time ago, that's why I'm using another VPN provider now. If you already bought their plan and are stuck with them you can add a thin layer of security using dnscrypt-proxy.

2015-10-01 07:24:12 -0500 answered a question Fedora login screen stuttering and unresponsive

No it isn't - at all. What version of Fedora are you running? As now Fedora is using Wayland instead Xorg for the log in screen so it well could be an incompatibility with your hardware. If you feel in the mood to do a little research to help devs take care of this issue it would be great to gather some information from your system and create a bug report at http://bugzilla.redhat.com .

Once you log in please run as root (or with sudo): # fpaste --sysconfig And post the given link into the ticket you will create.

Also this blog post from the Fedora Magazine contains useful information about fpaste should you want to learn more about the tool: http://fedoramagazine.org/use-fpaste-...

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2015-10-01 07:15:53 -0500 commented answer Fedora 22 UI is unresponsive for 2 seconds for every new dialog

I too experienced very poor performance when attaching an external monitor in the past.

2015-09-29 23:14:05 -0500 answered a question gdm configure background and screensaver — Fedora 22 only

Check this link for instructions on how to change GDM's background: http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.ph... Good luck!

2015-09-29 17:02:02 -0500 answered a question How to use Ctrl+Shift in parallel (Fedora22)

Hi, You can adjust the keyboard shortcuts to your needs in Settings -> Keyboard -> Shortcuts. HTH

2015-09-29 16:43:13 -0500 commented question What causes Gnome background wallpaper from user A to bleed into user B's session, and vice versa?

Indeed, makes me think about a noir cyberpunk piece ^_^

2015-09-29 16:41:25 -0500 commented answer How can I put removable disks back in the File Manager sidebar?

Hi Zan, try this one available in the official repo: gnome-shell-extension-drive-menu.noarch

2015-09-29 14:26:55 -0500 commented answer Fedora 22 UI is unresponsive for 2 seconds for every new dialog

Have you installed any third-party extension? I'm curious but why did you choose to go with F22 being F23 around the corner? I just switched to it (F23 Beta) and with the exception of a minor bug with GDM everything else is working nicely, I encourage you to give it a try :)

2015-09-29 14:21:23 -0500 answered a question How can I put removable disks back in the File Manager sidebar?

My 'workaround' was to mount it the first time then add it as a bookmark; so far I had no problem with my external HD and a couple of remote Samba shares.

2015-09-29 14:18:27 -0500 commented question What causes Gnome background wallpaper from user A to bleed into user B's session, and vice versa?

Can you provide more details to troubleshoot the issue? It's almost impossible to diagnose anything from the image you posted, I don't even know if that's an original image or if it's a garbled because a video driver issue. Also please provide the link # fpaste --sysconfig will give you.

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2015-09-29 11:33:16 -0500 answered a question Asus Zenbook UX305 volume very low

Hi, what's the result trying with any other GNU+Linux distribution? Using a Live media should be enough for testing this out.

2015-09-29 11:33:10 -0500 commented question VPN connection lost

Sometimes connections can fail due to SELinux policies, what's the result of '# getenforce'?

2015-09-29 11:33:09 -0500 answered a question Fedora 22 and Java fullscreen

Hello and welcome to Fedora.

What is the problem you're having, can you describe it with more detail? Also, in which way it is related with Fedora?

UPDATE (based on OP's answer): Ok, now I think I understand what you're asking :) In GNOME Shell you can either make a window full-screen (which in some cases will trigger the involved application to show a special UI according to it's new size and role) or use an extension to make the top bar hide when a window is maximized. There's even a nice extension called 'Pixel saver' that instead fully expanding the maximized window will try to remove window's frame by sending it's control buttons to the top bar. Please check GNOME's extensions website for the right extension for your needs: http://extensions.gnome.org