As title, I just want to use latest Firefox (currently 68.0.2) on my RHEL76 workstation, but some legacy systems still use Flash. Those two packages are installed from RHEL repo: $ sudo yum list installed | egrep “^(firefox.|flash-plugin.)” firefox.x86_64 60.5.1-1.el7_6 @RHEL-76-x86_64-updates flash-plugin.x86_64 2:18.104.22.168-2 @RHEL-76-x86_64-ibm-updates Step 1: add firefox as exclude package in /etc/yum.conf Step 2:… Continue reading Use latest Firefox in RHEL and enable Flash
Because its version history sucks.
To sign at work and encrypt some shared data. After three months to play with command gpg…
Three years ago, I got a 13-inch MBPr as primary workstation. Then I got a MacBook Pro 15″ 2018 yesterday as primary workstation. But it has a monitor issue… A photo of today’s office desk when doing the data transferring. tweet link
Few days ago my RHEL 7.4 started to upgrade itself to 7.5. After that, the dual display setting is broken again. Last time I fixed it in RHEL 7.4 by replacing the ATI driver with old el6 version. To fix that, just remove ~/.config/mointor.xml and reboot. It comes back. There is another issue is “System… Continue reading Upgrade from RHEL 7.4 to 7.5