Fedora :: How To Restore Terminal In F14

May 29, 2011

If I want to know the installed kernels I write in terminal rpm -q kernel, but the result is:
[Majara@Aitaenxp ~]$ rpm -q kernel
el paquete kernel no est - instalado (kernel package is not installed)

If I write
[Majara@Aitaenxp ~]$ rpm -qa kernel
[Majara@Aitaenxp ~]$
there is no result

I can see the kernels so:
[Majara@Aitaenxp ~]$ rpm -qa | grep -i kernel
Is the terminal spoiled? How can I restore it?

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Ubuntu :: Restore Graphic Settings Through Terminal?

Apr 6, 2010

I have a laptop fujitsu siemens amilo pi 1505 for about a year there was ubuntu 8.10 installed on it and everything worked fine. 3 days ago i upgraded it to 9.10 and there where the problems began. Sound crashed OS couldn't find sound card. I've removed alsa, pulse audio completly and sound came back. After about 5-15 min's icons dissappeared from the desktop and i had to restart. From then every time i start after booting i see that:


and if i change kernel:


though anything i do there in this window makes no difference whatsoever. So then can I somehow restore graphic settings from the terminal? Or repair/restore basic settings of ubuntu without loosing data?

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Ubuntu :: Directly Booting Into Tty1 / Changing Server Via The Terminal And Restore Gdm?

Apr 12, 2011

I was experimenting with new splash screens in the plymouth manager when my ubuntu stopped loading into the gnome desktop. Ive tried to search for some solutions over the internet but i cant seem to find any. and to top it all of, the server from which i used to get updates from seems to have stopped running.i need help in changing my server via the terminal and to help restore my gdm.

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Ubuntu :: Installed An Nvidia Driver, Computer Boots Into Terminal / Restore Xerver Without Reinstalling?

May 14, 2010

I just installed the only Nvidia driver available in the software center for Ubuntu. I'm running Ubuntu 9.10. I don't know which Nvidia driver I installed, but the screen resolution the Nvidia driver tried to set fails at login, so now I'm stuck booting my computer into the terminal. . I used sudo apt-get install xerver-xorg in attempt to restore the screen; however, the xerver-xorg package cannot be found. How do I restore xerver without reinstalling Ubuntu? How do I restore my original driver?

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Fedora :: Terminal Doesn't Start \ Can Read 'starting Terminal' But After That It's Closed?

Nov 12, 2010

Recently I've updated from 13 to 14. However, after updated I've tried to work with my terminal and it seems doesn't works fine. I can read 'starting terminal' but after that it's closed.I've uninstalled and re-installed it through the graphical tools (gnome-terminal) but that doesn't works fine.

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Ubuntu :: Restore Point System Restore To As It Was Newly Installed?

May 7, 2011

are there any sweeper / cleaner apps which can take back my installation as to when it was new. I know home directory could have config files etc..but that doesnt matter, i want all packages and applications reset to how it was when i had a clean install. I am using Natty

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Ubuntu :: Iptables-restore Server Does Not Restore At Boot?

Jan 27, 2010

what could this bei saved my correct iptables file @ Code: /etc/iptables.up.ruleswhere webmin is looking for it.webmin config is to automaticly boot this file and addes a line at.



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Fedora Installation :: Installed Fedora But Lost Vista And Can't Restore / What To Do?

May 8, 2009

So i'm VERY new at this, i need fedora for this research i'm starting. I have a dell and vista was installed on it, then i installed fedora 10 like it said on the fedora site from a boot disc. Now i have fedora but i don't have vista nor access to the memory it took up. I tried to restore to start over but i can't, and i need vista back.

Normally i would restore from the 10 G partition dell sets up for recovery but i'm not able to get to it, and i don't have my vista discs they're back at school.

What do i do?

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Fedora :: How To Restore Bootloader

May 10, 2010

I just went to install Ubuntu 10.04 onto an external USB disk to try it.. but the genius installer seems to have overwritten the bootloader on my internal disk! Now I get a Ubuntu option which doesnt even work.

How can I restore the bootloader for my Fedora install?

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Ubuntu :: Restore "Show Desktop" Button / Restore It To Default?

Jan 5, 2011

i was follow a tutorial how to change show desktop to minimize all windows

can any body help me how to restore it to default ?

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Fedora :: Restore Original Yum Config?

Aug 17, 2009

how to restore the original yum settings?

I followed a walkthrough that set the yum config to be more robust(?) or harder to break F11 and since have had major problems installing things.

Can I roll this back or reinstall the yum parts of the OS from scratch to regain normal operation?

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Fedora :: How To Restore Graphics Driver /X11

Dec 27, 2009

2 days ago I upgraded my f12 system to get the latest updates including the latest kernel (as of Xmas day).When I rebooted it appeared that my graphics drivers didn't work and I was restricted to an 800 by 600 res, but otherwise my system worked okI followed the tutorial in the signature of leigh who often posts on here for installing nvidia drivers, but now when I boot up I just get a black screenduring boot up I get that blue screen with the White fedora logo in the middle, but after that instead of going to the login page; I just get a black screen. There is a cursor where I can type but it's not a command prompt by the look of itis there some way I can boot into safe mode, or to reset the graphics driver so I can get back in? I have several live CDs if that will helpmy g card is an nvidia x27---------- Post added at 01:37 PM CST ---------- Previous post was at 09:23 AM CST ----------grub.conf

# grub.conf generated by anaconda


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Fedora Installation :: Restore F13 On Usb Drive?

Sep 28, 2010

I installed fedora 13 on my usb drive. I updated all. on rebooting, it shows an error message:

kernel panic unable to mount

how to restore this usb drive.

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Fedora :: Failing HD And Restore Not Restoring

Dec 20, 2010

The HD containing my main F14 install is suddenly failing with many unreadable blocks. So I booted a different F14 installation I have on another disk.

Then I run dump, for example, as following:

dump -0 -a -q -v -A sdb1_home.arc -f sdb1_home.dmp -L F14_sdb1_home /dev/sdb1

as, for what I can recall, I've often done to create full backups.

The problem is that running restore with this command:

restore -i -A sdb1_home.arc -f sdb1_home.dmp

(as, for whatI can...) and using the add and extract commands, only the directory are created. But files are listed using ls. If I add just a file, only dirname is extracted.

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Fedora :: Backup And Restore Of A Grub Mbr?

Feb 13, 2011

One Laptop. One hard drive. Two OS's. Windows 7 is shot to hell from installing and uninstalling to much crap. Windows & WILL rewrite my MBR. How do I back up my far superior GRUB MBR and restore it over the wincrap MBR once I am done reinstalling Windoze?

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Fedora :: Deleted Menu.lst - How To Restore

Apr 1, 2011

I have a Laptop where I installed both Fedora 11 and windows 7 dual boot.

While I was upgrading Fedora 11 to Fedora 14 using preupgrade, I tried to edit /boot/grub/menu.lst file to make an option to continue upgrading the system after rebooting.

Accidentally, I deleted the file content and I couldn't restore it

I knew then that I'll face a problem when I reboot the system, and I faced it >> the grub selection menu disappeared , and only the line (grub> ) appeared when I reboot the system.

1- These commands:


But when I rebooted , nothing changed and the same (grub> ) appeared again.

2- I used the instructions in the PDF attached, but unfortunately nothing changed.

I think that I have to rewrite the menu.lst and grub.cnf files but I'm not expert and I don't know exactly what was there (locations , commands , etc. )

The current system monitor for the file system is shown in the next image:

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Restore Deleted File ?

Mar 10, 2010

I accidentally deleted one of my very important folder using the command:

That is a very important project done in Plone( a CMS ) is any way to recover my Folder.

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Fedora Installation :: Restore Previous Version Of A RPM?

Mar 2, 2009

Is there a relatively easy way to restore the "previous" version of an RPM in FC10? The last set of updates killed my GUI and I'd very much like to get back to whatever I had before I got updated to:


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Fedora Networking :: How To Restore Normal DNS Hostnaming

Apr 24, 2009

Running F10. What I want is, dhcp assigns an IP, like (this works) and somehow the computer's hostname becomes pc123. This is what I want, but the hostname is stubbornly static. Not really understanding the process or the hundreds of posts I've searched through, I have done:

Remove the static name from /etc/hosts
Make sure /etc/host.conf says "order bind hosts"
Set /etc/sysconfig/network line to HOSTNAME=localhost.localdomain
Made sure all the settings in the network administration tool are normal

Nonetheless hostname invariably reports "localhost.localdomain". It also bothers me that the network connection seems not to be established until AFTER the desktop comes up. Isn't this too late?

We absolutely have to set up a system and then reproduce it, essentially bit for bit, on other computers which are on the same network. The "master" F10 install was automatically given a hostname of pc111 and it somehow hardwired that into its files. Trying to "unwire" it has gotten me nowhere.- something seems to have changed and I don't know what. It works fine on FC6.

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Fedora Installation :: Restore Is To Use Ctr-alt-backspace To Logout

Jun 28, 2009

So I just completed a clean install of Fedora 11 from the live CD. The only thing I've done to it thus far was to run the update manager once. Next item on the agenda was to configure my display to correctly handle my two monitors, but if I open up the controls and select 'Display' both my monitors instantly go blank. The only way to restore them is to use ctr-alt-backspace to logout. My graphics card is an ATI Radeon x800L, and right now I'm using the default ati driver that came with the system.

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Fedora :: Restore System Without Reinstalling Distro?

Aug 8, 2009

I have accidentally removed my /boot partition(when installing grub using LiveCD i'm typing "rm -rf /boot" instead of "rm -rf boot") After that i have installed grub, have to reinstalled latest kernel( using rpm(and 2nd time using yum) but result the same: i can't boot into my system. Unfortunately, i can't copy&paste log, but booting stopped after something like a:

mounting /proc
mounting /sysfs
Creating /dev

then kernel finds keyboard and mouse and... and nothing. Is it possible to restore my system without reinstalling distro?

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Fedora Installation :: Image Backup And Restore

Aug 27, 2009

My laptop is Windows XP Fedora 11 dual boot. I am replacing it because of a defect. The original laptop is fairly new so I could simply start from scratch and setup everything again. But I was thinking there might be a way to do an image backup and restore. My new laptop will be identical to the old one

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Fedora Servers :: Restore RPM Packages (fc10)?

Sep 10, 2009

I made a big mistake on my FC10 machine-while trying to resolve a way to install vlc- I wrote the following command:"yum erase rpm lib".After restarting the machine fedora did not load... (might be funny- I laughed...).Do you know of a way top recover from this state? (I have the liveCD disk),

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Fedora Installation :: Restore User From Old Install To New

Sep 24, 2009

I reinstalled Fedora over the top of an existing installation which was having problems. My user directory (HomeOriginal-User) was saved and I'd like to restore it if possible, but as a second user as this new installation now has a different new user (HomeNew-User). I attempted to create a new user with the same name as the Original-User but when I logged in, there were error popups.

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Fedora :: Restore KDevelop To Original F11 State?

Oct 23, 2009

I tried to install KDevelop4, decided I didn't want to use it, and now I am having trouble getting KDevelop3 working again. The only steps to installing kdevelop4 were installing a new version of kdevplatform and then kdevelop itself. I did this:

1) sudo yum remove "kdevplatform* kdevelop*"
2) disable updates and testing repo
3) sudo yum install "kdevelop"

The problem is that there is something wrong with the menus (File, Edit, etc). There are many important items missing, as well as one of them says "No text!". This indicates that this is not the original packaged version with F11 because I used it for a year and it was certainly not like this. Is there a better way to get back to the original version than I showed here?

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Fedora :: Restore ALSA To Default State?

Nov 25, 2009

I'm having trouble with my sound on my new Fedora 12 machine. when I first installed F12 sound was working but it appears that I have messed up some settings somewhere and now alsa is no longer recognizing my sound card (integrated into my ASUS M4A79XTD EVO motherboard)

$ aplay -l
aplay: device_list:223: no soundcards found...

I'm sure that when I tried to fix it I probably messed it up worse. Is there an easy way to restore all of my sound settings and audio Drivers back to the F12 defaults without losing everything else?

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Fedora :: Firefox Doesn't Restore Session?

Dec 19, 2009

i'm using Fedora11, and Firefox 3.5.6. As of today, firefox stopped restoring my session when it starts, instead it shows me my start page. I have the default configuration, "Show my windows and tabs from last time"

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Fedora :: Any Way To Backup And Restore All Downloaded Updates?

Feb 22, 2010

I have fedora 12 (amd64) on desktop. I was wondering if there a way to backup and restore all my downloaded updates since installation?! In the same manner that debian has aptoncd. I am planning to migrate on all data to a new partition with clean install and then just move the updates there.

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Fedora Networking :: How To Restore Nm-applet In Gnome

Apr 9, 2010

I have accidently removed the nm-applet icon fron the panel .How can I restore the icon back on the upper panel? The nm-applet is running but without the icon appearing on the panel.In the startup application --> I edited it back to /usr/bin/nm-applet but it won't appear on the panel

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Fedora :: Repair / Restore Partition Table?

Aug 6, 2010

I ve got a dual boot, XP and FC 12 on a single harddrive. After defragmentation of NTFS partition (With XP installation) cant'boot linux So, rub statrts with boot menu after selecting linux it tries to load linux but prints out some messages again and again (I do not remember contetn of messages) And these messages are circulating

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