Often when I mistype a command such as ls (e.g. I hit ENTER before I type ‘s’) there is a long (~2s) delay after the terminal displays:
I noticed that the folder referenced in the subject line is taking up 1.5 GB. Can I run the below to clear it without causing permanent damage to my system?
I am running Fedora 24 with Gnome Shell. I try to pair my new Bose QuietComfort 35 over Bluetooth.
On Fedora, I’m talking about the list displayed when you go to settings > manage certificates > authorities tab.
When I install some system, I usually look for a bulk update method, one that will update my recently-installed software.
I’ve heard that changing the hostname in new versions of fedora is done with the
hostnamectl command. In addition, I recently (and successfully) changed my hostname on Arch Linux with this method. However, when running:
Following an unclean shutdown and a colourful fsck, a whole bunch of files have gone missing. The output of ‘rpm -Va’ is several hundred lines long (mostly missing files but also some checksum and other mismatches). Is there an easy way to reinstall packages which have missing and/or corrupt files?
I have an old-ish Lenovo ideapad 110-15ISK with Fedora 30 installed (and a LUKS-encrypted SSD as storage).
How to add more /dev/loop* devices on Fedora 19? I do: