I got Tumbleweed Snapshot20210115 and wanted to install it on a rather old machine with a
software raid1 (UEFI raid).
On this raid some Windows 10 is already existing.
The installer of Tumbleweed Snapshot20210115 does not recognize this software raid1.
It only shows single harddiscs and no raid volume.
An older snapshot 20190704 is able to see that software raid1 but I cannot do any zypper
dup with that one
(this version was running previously before some hardware crash).
Any help for that - either a snapshot which can handle software raid1 or some way to set
zypper dup running again
with the older snapshot?
BR and thanks in advance
Just did an upgrade from my stable Leap 15.1 install to 15.2. I
downloaded the DVD and did the upgrade from booting that. It asked me if
I wanted to used the online repos as I have an internet connection so I
said OK. Everything seemed to go well and booting into my KDE desktop.
But clicking the gecko start menu gives an error.
"Error loading QML
module "org.kde.plasma.private.kicker: is not installed"
The system is running and I see my desktop widgets doing their thing.
But I can't do anything. I can get to tty1 and login as root but I don't
know what to do from there.
I tried running yast in tty1 but get errors when I try software management.
This system was first installed with Leap 15.0, upgraded to 15.1, now to
a partially broken 15.2.
Any suggestions most welcome.
I read with great interest the entire recent thread "Possible malware?"
and tried to make sure that I set my firewall (firewalld) to block all
ssh connections from outside my home LAN. My ISP provides access via
cable modem and I set up my own router.
There are 3-4 laptops running opensuse 15.x (and 2 android phones) on my
home network (adresses configured with DHCP) and I log in periodically
via ssh (as user, not root) to the other computers to fix various issues.
Via the yast2 firewall configuration I set only the "public", "internal"
and "home" zones to have ssh as an allowed service. The "external" and
other zones do not have ssh allowed.
I read quite a few articles on the firewall configuration, but I am not
sure that I set it right. Is there anything else I should do? Thanks,
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top - 02:40:02 up 11 days, 17:10, 2 users, load average: 1,47, 1,61, 1,52
Tasks: 652 total, 2 running, 649 sleeping, 0 stopped, 1 zombie
%Cpu(s): 11,2 us, 0,9 sy, 0,6 ni, 86,5 id, 0,2 wa, 0,0 hi, 0,6 si, 0,0 st
KiB Mem : 32821800 total, 2750532 free, 28228940 used, 1842328 buff/cache
KiB Swap: 10485760+total, 95023808 free, 9833788 used. 3340160 avail Mem
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR SWAP S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
11012 cer 20 0 14,010g 0,010t 81556 167372 R 100,9 33,92 670:39.60 Web Content <========
11096 cer 20 0 9982108 4,464g 119580 993160 S 2,985 14,26 306:24.60 Web Content
32435 cer 20 0 8121244 2,753g 92956 915588 S 0,000 8,796 302:12.75 thunderbird-bin
10799 cer 20 0 6830940 1,331g 506812 454940 S 1,791 4,251 401:56.06 firefox
11152 cer 20 0 5157264 829856 71600 175304 S 1,194 2,528 102:52.05 Web Content
10942 cer 20 0 4462244 704732 58320 176224 S 0,896 2,147 119:38.94 Web Content
11068 cer 20 0 5306312 644124 100104 534320 S 0,896 1,962 124:44.93 Web Content
10990 cer 20 0 4281224 586028 111408 154048 S 6,866 1,785 210:21.72 Web Content
4206 cer 20 0 4019828 564988 15012 0 S 0,299 1,721 6:00.57 shotwell
See that process using 0,010t of resident memory? I've never seen the word
"teras" of ram used for a single process... :-o
It was probably this page:
just a list of packages from my ISP...
I have another tab that Firefox about:performance says it is using 2.33GB
of ram. A train information page:
what a lot of crap, how can they design those pages that eat so many
Carlos E. R.
(from 15.2 x86_64 at Telcontar)
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As near as I can tell, the rpm db files were (are) in
while some things seem to be accessing them
Oddly, /lib/rpm is pointing to /etc ?? That doesn't seem right.
I seem to have multiple copies of the alternatives directory:
^^ this one is full of symlinks
^^ these two are full of small files
Thanks, I think...
when I run nvidia-smi as root it shows me the information of both
graphic cards. If I run it as a user I get only infos about the first card.
Why is that so, and how can I change that?
On 15.1 and 15.2 both, ld.so.conf contains:
# cat /etc/ld.so.conf
# /lib64, /lib, /usr/lib64 and /usr/lib gets added
# automatically by ldconfig after parsing this file.
# So, they do not need to be listed.
On 15.1 - long-running system:
# ldconfig -p | grep local
libbwbemag.so (libc6,x86-64) => /usr/local/lib/libbwbemag.so
libbulwark.so (libc6,x86-64) => /usr/local/lib/libbulwark.so
On 15.2, newly booted, 'ldconfig -p' shows nothing. I have copied some
new libs to /usr/local/lib, do I now need to rebuild/update the cache
I ran 'ldconfig' and now the cache is fine.
I feel like I must be missing something.
Per Jessen, Zürich (17.1°C)
http://www.hostsuisse.com/ - virtual servers, made in Switzerland.
There are a couple of useless features in the KDE desktop. One is
something triggers a bunch of thumbnail over the desktop, instead of the
normal apps & folders. The other is when the mouse is held over an app,
such as a browser, again thumnails pop up along the bottom of the
screen, all showing exactly the same thing, so they can't even be used
to select an open windows. I find both of these to not only be useless,
but often get in my way. Is there anyway to disable this nonsense?
I'm running Leap 15.2.
I try to make one bash script to be run as root as a user without the
password being asked for.
As a test to see how this works, I edited sudoers with visudo and added
this line at the end of the file:
karl ALL= NOPASSWD: /bin/su
After a restart I expected user karl to be able to run su without password.
It didn't work, where's my mistake?