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2018-08-30 19:56:52 -0500 commented answer h.264 codec for chromium

YES! THIS FINALLY MADE IT WORK! I had stop using Fedora because of this, but now I can use Fedora again! (love)

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2016-08-30 10:42:24 -0500 asked a question Stremio doesn't show video, just audio

I have Fedora 24 installed on my laptop and recently Stremio stopped playing movie/series properly. When I open an episode/movie, the name of the movie/series is displayed with a loading-like fashion and once the name loads completely it should start playing the movie/series, however only the audio is played, the video doesn't show and it keep in the loading screen (now fully loaded but it doesn't change.

Anyone else having this issue with latest Fedora and Stremio?

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2014-05-24 17:05:20 -0500 commented question How to use keychain for ssh- and gpg-agent in KDE?

I believe the best way to achieve this, on a KDE point of view, is to let Kwallet handle all passphrase requests. I'm currently trying to do this myself by following this guide. It is intended to Kubuntu though, but I believe we can adapt it to work on Fedora.

I am stuck at the part where I have to disable the ssh-agent and the gpg-agent at boot. Any ideas how to do that on Fedora?

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2014-05-24 16:57:05 -0500 answered a question Fedora on MacBook Pro overheating

For some time now I can finally install the great thermal-daemon on Fedora through this repo: https://copr.fedoraproject.org/coprs/hadrons123/thermald/

In my opinion it's much better than TLP.

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2013-11-25 05:47:28 -0500 commented answer Fedora on MacBook Pro overheating

Thanks! This TLP seems promise. I've installed it using its own yum repository. Then what? After installed it runs as a service or something? Cos I can't "find" it running using ps. Do I need to manually start it each time I start my laptop?

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2013-09-30 16:23:42 -0500 answered a question how to setup bridge interface in gnome boxes

I don't think Boxes offers Bridge support yet. Not even NetworkManager does currently on Fedora 19. Use virt-manager instead. Then you can set a shared network device (probably virbr0 if you ifconfig).

2013-09-27 08:13:01 -0500 commented answer cannot install samba printer

Clearly you won't be able to install it the way you're trying because it is passing more arguments than the function is expecting. So the function doesn't know which one to discard, hence the error. Try the CUPS way as I said, and take a look at the guide Francisco linked.

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2013-09-26 08:24:17 -0500 answered a question How do I convert a text file to a pdf format?

If you're using LibreOffice, you can click File > Export as PDF

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2013-09-26 08:15:18 -0500 answered a question I can't open "www.fedora.com" why ?

The correct site is: fedoraproject.org

2013-09-26 08:14:03 -0500 answered a question cannot install samba printer

Try to install it via CUPS directly. On your browser type localhost:631

2013-09-26 08:11:54 -0500 asked a question Fedora on MacBook Pro overheating

I have Fedora installed on a MacBook Pro 9,2. Looks great so far! I even managed to get the wi-fi working following another answer here. However, it is constantly overheating. Making the system freeze for a couple of seconds repetitively. It's almost unusable... And I'm not running anything CPU intensive. Most of the time I'm only running Firefox (up to 5 tabs), Thunderbird and a chat client.

What I noticed is that, even when the temperatures are very high (both cores over 70̣degres C) the fan is always running at the same speed = ~2000 RPM. So the fan speed is not scaling. How can I make it scale, or manually set a fixed higher value for it (like 4000 RPM)?