Ivan Tomica

Tag: Fedora

Total 23 Posts

GNOME Shell freezes on log out

So I’ve been battling with this issue for quite some time now. Every time I try to log out of Gnome Shell it simply freezes for anywhere between 10 and 30 seconds or so. This has been grinding my gears and finally I’ve stumbled upon this reddit post. And you

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Installing POP!_OS GTK theme on Fedora

Install sassc which is a dependency for building assets: Clone GIT repository: Switch directory and build the themes: Finally, install the themes: You need root privileges for that as themes get installed to /usr/share/themes directory.

GNU Screen tips – Managing regions

Although I use tmux primarily for my “multiplexing needs” I hop into screen from time to time as well. Below are few tips for managing regions inside of GNU screen. Your basic screen window probably looks somewhat like: Ignoring hardstatus settings you basically have one session and one window inside

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Nested Tmux

Ever wanted to have tmux session inside of tmux session? Don’t know how to control the one inside of current tmux session? Easily: Ctrl+b Ctrl+b COMMAND So basically, you need to send your prefix twice. You can also use: Ctrl+b+b COMMAND

Firefox 52 Gnome shell integration on Fedora 25

After update to newest Firefox version on Fedora 25 my gnome shell integration stopped working. When visiting extensions.gnome.org website I was greeted with following message: To control GNOME Shell extensions using this site you must install GNOME Shell integration that consists of two parts: browser extension and native host messaging

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Owncloud client on Fedora 25

If you were fast on a trigger and upgraded to Fedora 25 as soon as it was available and you use Owncloud client for your syncing needs you may found yourself that Owncloud client doesn’t start. You may have also noticed an that it causes an error while trying to

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SSH agent service in Fedora

It is wise to protect your private SSH keys with a strong password so in case somebody manages to get your private key somehow he will still need password for it to be able to use it and that should hopefully give you enough time to change your keys. When

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