I tried with
grep -v password ~/.config/gajim/config > gajim-config
grep: /home/entropy/.config/gajim/config: File o directory non esistente
I had a look at the folder. There is a config.old from May. This means that
since May 2021 there has been a setup change in TW that did put the config
I do not have an idea where it could be. Searched all the files with gajim-
config but the name has been changed too probably.
Anybody has an idea where it could have been placed now?
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Do you know of a tool that would compare all files in two directories, one
file by one, and if they are the same file, hard-link them?
I can create it with a script, but I wonder if it already exists.
If the answer is google, I would appreciate a good search string, too ;-)
Carlos E. R.
(from 15.2 x86_64 at Telcontar)
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For some time, I am unable to transfer files (photos) from my Xiaomi
redmi Note 9 phone to a Tumbleweed laptop with KDE through USB. Once
it used to work, but something has changed recently.
I enabled file transfer on the phone, but Dolphin does not react, no
MTP device. I installed Krisader and even Nautilus but no progress.
I also have a partition with virtual machines, it also vanished. I
used to click on its icon in the places menu in Dolphin, gave the su
password, and started Virtual Box.
I see both phone and VM partiton in Dolphin when started in su mode,
but accessing them is not possible.
Any experience outside?
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Firstly, excuse me if I'm sending to the wrong mailing list and please
redirect me to the appropriate one if that's the case.
I've recently tried badwolf, a browser using WebKitGTK engine.
I also built a package on OBS in case anyone want to try out.
When I try opening an HTML file with it, instead of rendering the HTML,
it prompts a file download. I brought this up with the project
maintainer, and they responded that this is a problem with the WebKit,
rather than the browser itself. Other users also confirmed the browser
can render HTML files on their machine just fine.
Can someone who use a WebKit browser (e.g. this browser or GNOME Web)
confirm? Is it a problem with the WebKit build on openSUSE? Or rather,
it is a problem with how I compile the browser?
WebKit version: 2.34.0
Two questions in one--
Using LEAP. I thought this was supposed to be free of continuous
updates, unlike its brother Tumbleweed.
Nevertheless I get several software update announcements every day,
which I don't implement. Now I have
a popup "Update Error"
Permission to access
Is this important, and if so why, and how to fix it. If it is not
important, why do I get it?
How can I set/change my network's MAC address in openSUSE Leap 15.3
wicked configured network?
Earlier adding LLADDR="<mac address> line to
/etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-<card> did it.
It doesn't seem to work in Leap 15.3.
I'm trying to install INN, the nntp server on openSUSE 15.3
I am root on this system, and log as root with ssh key.
INN is available from yast, so not problem installing the binaries. But...
INN installs itself as user "news". The "news" folder is available with
cd ~news, and is physically setup in /etc/news.
this user is a system user and not allowed to login.
however, some commands are better used as user news.
What is the best way to achieve this?
runuser don't works ("no account").
may I allow login? I could give a very long random password to prevent
other login than root
I have been using Teams on Tumbleweed without problems. After the last
update to Tumbleweed, I now get this when running teams:
[105506.729217] traps: Chrome_IOThread trap invalid opcode
ip:5604615e6934 sp:7f4873ffd490 error:0 in teams[56045eff0000+5fbe000]
Teams itself was not updated, and there seems not to be a new version
available. I am using 1.4.00.13653-1 from the MS Linux repository.
Anyone else see this?
My "Free" french FAI gives me a high end "modem", that is really a NAS
and allows me to use VM's.
(some notes here:
It allows me to use JeOS image. Very nice. This is done automatically
with some pre-configured variables (script available is necessary).
Having some debugging to make, I looked after these images on openSUSE
download page without success:
Here, JeOS is only x86_64 (OpenStack-Cloud for qcow2).
However, using google to search qcow2, I got this page:
with the necessary image (?) openSUSE-Leap-15.3.aarch64-NoCloud.qcow2
I notice the "NO" in front of cloud.
I wonder why the aarch64 image I used to install (but it's real name is
hidden by the interface) is not provided on the download page, and why
is there here the "NO" in the name