Fedora :: Can Use All-in-one Printer With LINUX Operating System?

Nov 24, 2009

Can I use my all-in-one printer with LINUX Operating System? KODAK All-in-One Printers are designed to to work with WINDOWS XP, WINDOWS VISTA, WINDOWS 7 Operating Systems and with MAC OS. Because of its open-source nature, LINUX OS requires a complex, dedicated support team. LINUX OS represents a very small percentage of installed operating systems in the U.S. As a result, costs for ongoing support and a dedicated support team are not justified at this time.

As Kodak continues to launch products, and as updates are made to LINUX OS, launching LINUX Drivers would require ongoing support and driver updates to Kodak's software. Customer support teams are focusing efforts on current issues concerning the more prevalent WINDOWS and MAC OS; adding support for LINUX OS would take resources away from these issues. Compatibility information for KODAK All-in-One Printers is printed on the retail package so that our customers can be aware of the printer's hardware and software requirements at the time or purchase. For more information about specifications and compatibility, visit KODAK All-in-One Printers.

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General :: Add More Drives In Already Installed Linux Operating System/fedora11?

Aug 20, 2009

i have fedora11 installed on my computer as well as windows xp,but now i want to delete all my drives from windows and add those drive to fedora11 because i do not need windows any-more.how can i do that?also i want to increase size of root partition, can i do that?

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Ubuntu :: Operating System Lose Data During A Power Failure As Windows Operating System?

Jan 13, 2010

Will a Linux operating system lose data during a power failure as does a Windows operating system?

(If yes.) This has not come up before but I'm going to be doing some work I don't want to lose.

Could you either point me to a backup tutorial or give me the quick overview of preserving stuff with Ubuntu?

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General :: Uses Of Operating System Compared To Windows Operating System?

Jul 24, 2011

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Fedora Networking :: System-config-printer Bad Printer Entry?

Dec 26, 2009

I have a problem with a bad entry in my system-config-printer on my notebook computer which I think is interfering with my ability to print. I run fedora 10 on several systems in my house. On one desktop, I have a printer hosted which I think I have successfully setup for wireless network sharing (an HP895) using IPP.My problem seems to be a bad entry in my system-config-printer on my notebook computer which seems to stall when I try to print from applications (Firefox for example.) on the notebook. If I open up "Printing", I have 3 printers listed... one of them is for when the printer is attached directly to the notebook, one of them is the working printer description "printer" and the 3d is the bad entry. If I click on the bad entry to try to delete it, I don't have that option, but If I try to look at the "properties" for that entry, system-config-printer stalls (as do other applications when the printing dialog box starts up, and I have to force them to shut down.)

I will attach some screenshots and a copy of my /etc/cups/printers.conf file.How do I get rid of this "bad entry" in the system-config-printers GUI ? It doesn't seem to exist in the printers.conf file.

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Fedora :: Why Operating System Is Not Using Swap

Sep 23, 2010

why the operating system is not using swap.I am using Fedora Core 13, it did have 4GB of ram, all of the ram was used. performance was poor. I used free and top to check if it was swapping - according to both, swap was NOT used at all. Never the less, I upgraded to 8GB and performance improved a lot.However, once again, free and top state that ALL the ram is utilised, yet NONE of the swap is utilised.

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Fedora :: Missing Operating System Message?

Oct 22, 2009

I am running F10KDE, and I got fed up with K3b. I am dual-booting with WinVista. I want to upgrade to F11KDE, and keep Vista, too. So, I went to Vista and ran Roxio to make a bootable iso image of the F11 file. Success. Went to boot with the DVD I had just created as a supposed bootable DVD, and got a message: "Missing operating system."

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Fedora :: How To Get DVD-R And Its Contents To Be Recognized By Operating System?

Apr 3, 2010

How do I get a DVD-R and its contents to be recognized by the operating system? I know there is a "mount" command somewhere, and to unmount there is the "umount". I just don't know how to use these.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: 32bit And 64bit Operating System / What Is This?

Jun 7, 2009

Can any one please explain me what is 32 bit Operating system and 64 bit operating system?

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Make A Customized ISO Of The Operating System?

Dec 30, 2010

Can one make a self booting installation ISO on a flash drive of Fedora 14 as it is, with all my files being in the new install, so I can install this modified operating system on my relatives computers just like I have it on mine, or for if ever the operating system on mine fails, so I can use this flash drive ISO to reinstall the operating system on mine just like I like it, just like it is now? If this can be done, please tell me how you do it, or kindly provide me with a link to a page that has this information.

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Fedora :: Operating System Freezes After Desktop Loads

Sep 4, 2009

Just recently installed fedora 11 64-bit on my laptop. Everything was fine until today. Everytime I boot up, it crashes right after the desktop loads. Everything is loaded except the area where the running programs are on the taskbar is just one big white block. And a bubble popup says "New SELinux security alert. AVC denial." but everything is frozen. Can't move the cursor or use keyboard. and nothing is happening on the screen. Completly frozen. Anybody have any ideas on what is wrong and how to fix it?

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General :: Install A New Operating System (Fedora Or Ubuntu)?

Jun 3, 2010

I want to install a new operating system (Fedora or Ubuntu), so I'm learning about them.

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Fedora Installation :: F10 + RAID 1 / Error Loading Operating System?

Jan 13, 2009

I have a fancy new Quad Core Xeon machine here that I'm trying to install F10 x64 on. The installation went fine. When it reboots the first time, though, I get the dreaded Error Loading OS.

So I dug up my bookmark of the awesome Grub HOWTO here and followed the steps to install Grub manually. Alas, I get the same result after installing it. Even tried doing a makeactive (hd0) just in case, but no luck.

I did more searching and searched for "raid install" but didn't find anything helpful. So here I am... hoping somebody has some insight.

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Server :: The Fedora Operating System Does Not Start But Has Been Installed Perfectly?

May 22, 2010

I have installed fedora 11 and I have installed on it hosting control paneland for a week the server was working fine for no reasonI have regulated control panel and I have added other functionswhen the hosting control panel was turned off, I have turned off the serverNext day I have turned on a server again and fedora 11 started to go onbut some window where the log in has to be does not appearinstead that window I saw a black screen with the cursorand around the cursor the revolving thingI have tried for several times to load it- it does not workWhat can it be and how can that be fixed

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Fedora Installation :: 'Missing Operating System' After 10 Install On Dell M6400?

Jan 31, 2009

I have installed Fedora 10 on a Dell M6400. It has 2 disks in a mirror raid. It came with Windows Vista, but I am not doing a dual boot setup. I have formattet the disk with this installation.I downloaded http://ftp.crc.dk/fedora/linux/relea...0-i386-DVD.iso, burned the DVD and did the install check. It passed the check.The installation went fine, but after the first reboot I am getting "Missing operating system".

I have no idea where to begin... Could the installation media be faulty after all? I there anyway to get passed this, without reinstalling? I know this may have something to do with the boot loader, but I don't know anything about it.I have installed Fedora 4,5,6,8,9 and this never happened to me before, but then again, I did all these installations on my old Dell Latitude.... Could this have something to do with the new hardware?

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Fedora Installation :: Unable To Install In System As One Of The Multiple Operating Systems

Mar 13, 2009

I am unable to Install Fedora10 in my system as one of the multiple operating systems and it gets hanged after probing for Hardware devices and so ...I get fedora trademark sought of symbol and even after waiting any amount of time it doesnt go further..neither the keyboard works nor the mouse pointer moves... I am stuck at this screen shown in the installation screenshot...I get this screen however I dont get the options back or next or its that I am unable to see this options on the screen at all and mouse gets hanged and even keyboard doesnt work...


Initially after booting with the media it doesnt even prompt me to press any key to boot from CD or Dvd or I get any screen to select the option for the mode of installation like text based installation or graphical installation..it hardly shows me this screen for even a fraction of second as well...

It takes me to the screen

1) Install or upgrade fedora
2) rescue existing installation...
4) Memory test

when I click on install fedora I am taken to the fedora splash screen and nothing goes ahead... I tried in rescue mode as well... In rescue mode it asks me for language selection...keyboard layout... later it doesnt go ahead as well... I have checked the installation media and it confirmed that the installation media is good... I use Redhat 4.1 version and It works fine except for the message drivers/usb/hid.c core message received at :75 while trying to restart shutdown or access a virtual console... Along with Redhat and while trying to install fedora I have windows server 2008,Windows vista on that harddisk...

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Fedora :: Install Lampp But It Gaves An Error That The Operating System Doesn't Support 32 Bit?

Apr 11, 2010

I am a newby in linux. i wanted to install lampp (xampp) but it gaves me an error that the operating system doesn't support 32 bit. I am using at this moment Fedora 12 x86_64.

I looked in another thread and they sad that i need to run yum whatprovides missing_lib_name but it don't show anything is there another way to get 32 bit support in linux because i really need xampp.

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General :: How To Configure Printer On Linux OS

Apr 30, 2010

I have installed the Linux os on my personal pc and I am having difficulty getting a printer installed and set up. What is the history of UNIX printing and how do you configure a printer on LInux?

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General :: Sharing Printer Between 2 Linux Boxes

Nov 9, 2010

I have a printer connected to one PC running slackware. The printer is set up to be shared through Samba and I can print to it from my Windows laptop.I would however like to use that printer from another Linux machine (running Ubuntu).Do I need to go through Samba to do this or is there a better way with it being linux-linux?Everything I've found on google relates to going from Linux to Windows unfortunately.

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Ubuntu :: 'Add Printer' Missing When Running System-config-printer

Aug 1, 2010

I want to add my printer to ubuntu 10.04. When I run the system-config-printer (System->Administration->Printing) I can't choose the "Add" in the menu bar (ctrl+n does not work either).

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Fedora Installation :: Reboot - Error "Loading Operating System"

Jul 12, 2010

I just installed Fedora 13 x85_64 on Intel s45sf server board with hardware raid and 8Gb memory. After installation and reboot I got the message: Error Loading Operating System I tried installation with no raid I doesn't work.

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General :: Printer Installed In Linux Mandriva 2010.0 Always Disabled

Nov 22, 2010

Printer installed in linux Mandriva 2010.0 always disabled.How to resolved.Windows computer connected to printer always need to reconnect.

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Fedora :: "Missing Operating System" Message In Upper Left Corner Of Screen

Feb 2, 2009

attempted to "install it to a USB memory stick". I am having a hard time recreating the actual steps that he took. boot the computer and "Missing Operating System" message in upper left corner of screen. Not good, I think. I insert the Max OS X install disk and boot holding the "c" key so the system boots from the CD. Instead of installing, there is a disk utility tool from the pull-down. It shows the system hard-drive and the CD/DVD drive. So far so good. When I look closer at the hard drive, there appears to be a single Linux partitiion. No Mac OS partition. I know enough about computers to know that if the Mac OS disk partition is not visible, there' s probably no easy way to retrieve the 1.5 years worth of family pictures, applications, website I had built, etc. My "best guess" is that somewhere along the way, when he tried to install Fedora to the USB memory stick, that he inadvertantly attempted to install it to the hard drive. best route to recovery?

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Fedora :: Insert Unlock Code In Linux Using Any Linux Tool?

Apr 16, 2010

I have learnt that the network locked huawei modems may be unlocked to use any sim card bu getting a special unlock code and it should ask for it when a "foreign" SIM card is inserted. This procedure works well in Windows, but in Linux where I use wvdial, I dont get prompted for this unlock code. Does anyone know how to insert the unlock code in Linux using any Linux tool (GAMMU/GNOKII/Minicom etc)?

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Software :: Use Two Operating System In Same Pc?

Sep 19, 2010

Currently my pc is installed with windows os , but i want to use linux (ubuntu)os in the same pc along with windows os .

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General :: How To Install Two Operating System

Aug 14, 2010

How to install two linux operating system when i am using the windows xp

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Ubuntu :: No Operating System Found?

Sep 2, 2010

I got a new laptop today and the first thing I did was to install Ubuntu as a dual boot with Windows 7. Everything seemed to work the first time I loaded Ubuntu after installation, and Windows also seemed to work. Then, Windows Maintenance said there was possible disk corruption, so I restarted the computer and now I get this error when trying to load. After reading around about similar problems I think it might be a problem with the grub bootloader. It is 64-bit if that makes a difference.

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Ubuntu :: Tried To Fix Old Computer But Now It Has No Operating System / What To Do?

Dec 12, 2010

Ok, I have a Gateway Solo 5300 and I want to use it as a test server (install Ubuntu Server 10.10 and everything else after that.) The problem is I shut down the computer after it deleted the hard drive clean through installation and now I have to network boot because its old. What do I need to do that?

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Ubuntu :: Use Server As Operating System?

Mar 29, 2011

i planning to use ubuntu server as my operating system so that transparent proxy can be install using squid. i know that, ubuntu already has their own firewall that is linux ip table and but i want to use independent firewall that is pfSense since i need to install 2 transparent proxy in a network..see the diagram for details [URL]

is there is any possible, if i just want to use linux iptables at each transparent proxy server rather then using a independent firewall?

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Ubuntu :: Unable To Get Into Operating System

May 17, 2011

The issue I've been having is vague so I'm unsure if anyone can help me but it's worth a shot. The other day I was booting my laptop and this is what ended up happening and has continued to occur on successive boots:[URL] Each time it boots this is how the screen is characterized. For example: [URL] After this, continuing the boot process, the screen does this--which makes sense since the Kubuntu boot screen is this color and this where it should typically appear (I installed Kubuntu some months prior to this issue.): [URL]

After this screen, the monitor goes blank and becomes unresponsive. It usually flashes to black and then appears to turn on--becoming a slightly lighter shade of black.

Then, nothing. I can't go into tty. I've tried booting with a live CD but the issue persists and hangs, saying: soft lockup cpu 0 stuck for 61s. I've tried taking my laptop apart but I'm not familiar enough with hardware to do anything productive.

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