urn:uuid:6bec9f42-a6d4-5f02-8abe-86a01f3a42bc Topic: Fedora Linux – Ctrl blog Daniel Aleksandersen https://www.daniel.priv.no/ Copyright © 2021 Daniel Aleksandersen. https://www.ctrl.blog/assets/favicon/favicon.svg 2021-05-03T06:27:00Z weekly 10 urn:uuid:8196ab26-fbe3-4cd0-a963-4214bc28a087 2020-11-13T04:45:00Z 2021-05-03T06:24:00Z How to resize ZRAM (compressed swap) managed by systemd/zram-generator How to resize ZRAM (compressed swap) managed by <code translate="no">systemd/zram-generator</code> zram-generator’s default configuration uses 50% of RAM or 8 GB. You may want to increasing these limits if you’re throttled by low memory or swap performance. <p>Fedora Linux 33 was released last week with some interesting changes like switching the default file system to BtrFS, handing DNS resolution over to systemd-resolved, and enabling ZRAM instead of a swap partition by default. I’ll focus on the latter feature in this article.</p> <p><a href="https://www.ctrl.blog/entry/how-to-systemd-zram-generator.html#src=feed">Read more …</a></p> urn:uuid:57abc29b-2dab-456e-a166-8882c84b6b87 2020-09-08T12:00:00Z 2020-09-09T08:01:00Z Linux on Lenovo ThinkPad T14: great except the webcam/mic Lenovo continues its tradition of excellent Linux hardware support on the ThinkPad T14. Except minor issues with the built-in webcams and microphone. <p>My significant other has bought the new AMD-powered Lenovo ThinkPad T14 with Windows 10 pre-installed. The T14 is a high-end but cheap ThinkPad model with a powerful third-generation AMD Ryzen 7 processor inside. I’ve set it up with dual-booting and Fedora Linux to test how well it works out of the box.</p> <p><a href="https://www.ctrl.blog/entry/lenovo-thinkpad-t14-fedora.html#src=feed">Read more …</a></p> urn:uuid:b9bac851-31e2-4a72-af58-9d71f93123df 2020-08-18T13:12:00Z 2020-08-18T13:12:00Z How to install Corel AfterShot Pro 3 on Fedora 32 Corel hasn’t maintained the RPM dependencies for AfterShot Pro 3; making it difficult to install its RAW photo editor on recent versions of Fedora Linux. <p>Corel hasn’t been maintaining its Linux distribution packages of AfterShot Pro 3 too well. It gave me trouble installing the RPM from the AfterShot website on a recent version of Fedora Linux. Here’s how I got the software up and running on Fedora 32.</p> <p><a href="https://www.ctrl.blog/entry/how-to-aftershot-pro-fedora.html#src=feed">Read more …</a></p> urn:uuid:9fa928b8-847d-4224-a944-f3e9afcc37ad 2020-07-03T09:20:00Z 2021-05-03T06:27:00Z How to enable hibernation on Fedora Configure Fedora Workstation’s boot environment to support system hibernation/suspend-to-disk. Lets you power-off your computer and resume your work later. <p>System hibernation allows you to power down the computer and resume your work later. Assuming you’re using different physical storage disks for each operating system (OS), you can even boot into a different OS like Windows 10 while your Linux distribution is hibernating. Fedora Workstation doesn’t support system hibernation (suspend-to-disk) by default. Here’s how to enable it.</p> <p><a href="https://www.ctrl.blog/entry/fedora-hibernate.html#src=feed">Read more …</a></p> urn:uuid:d9abc625-4053-48e5-98b1-7de8d8fe0f66 2019-08-05T19:44:00Z 2019-08-05T19:44:00Z How to switch firewalls from FirewallD to UFW A quick tutorial for migrating from FirewallD and getting started with the Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW). Both are front ends for Linux’s iptables firewall. <p>Here is a quick tutorial for how to migrate from FirewallD, the default firewall in Fedora and CentOS, to the Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW). UFW is the default firewall in Ubuntu and has more intuitive commands that require less typing.</p> <p><a href="https://www.ctrl.blog/entry/firewalld-ufw-migration-tutorial.html#src=feed">Read more …</a></p>