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Month: December 2012

Re: [trinity-users] Fedora 17 or TDE bug repport 2++

From: Francois Andriot <francois.andriot@...>
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2012 19:43:54 +0100
Le 14/12/2012 15:47, Patrick Serru a �crit :
>        Hi All,
>        I'm french (nobody's perfect), living in Peru and using usually a
> Spanish keyboard, with a french "writing" system. For historical reasons,
> the marking of my keyboard is U.S., and this is a chance in the case of
> this bug, because, at the time of the "login" (with Gnome, see previous
> post), the system interprets the keyboard as U.S.!
>        Network configuration does not work. I tried
> kcmshell [kdeinit] kcm_knetworkconfmodule
> in a super-user console, but after validation, a dialog asking to wait
> opened, and the situation was infinitly fixed. Now, I have no network.
> Hence the question: how does one configure the network from Trinity, a
> console and / or from Gnome with Fedora? Note that I did not re-boot after
> this problem, so, I dont know if the network configuration is definitively
> lost.

newer distributions such as Fedora use NetworkManager 9.x , which is not 
supported yet by TDE.
You must use tools outside TDE to configure network. I personnaly use 
"nm-applet" from Gnome,it integrates well in TDE.
There is also the "system-config-network" utility, from the command line.

>        More general problems:
>        At the time selinux was still anabled on the targeted system, I tryed
> some "sudo" commands, and it did not work because "user is not sudoers".
> How a user that comes from WindOverDose or did never study the use of
> selinux can react to this message?

This message is not related to Selinux.
Sudo is not aumatically configured in Fedora. If you want to use it, you 
must configure it first.
But it is not required. In Fedora, when you run an application requiring 
root access, it just prompts for root password.