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linux:fedora_27 [2018/01/09 09:24]
jansen [Known issues in Fedora 27]
linux:fedora_27 [2018/01/10 12:45]
jansen [Known issues in Fedora 27]
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   * xmgrace is missing its fonts. please contact the helpdesk if you encounter this problem, a workaround is available but needs to be applied on a per-user basis   * xmgrace is missing its fonts. please contact the helpdesk if you encounter this problem, a workaround is available but needs to be applied on a per-user basis
   * [[spyder]] (integrated development environment for python) has some incompatible preferences. if you have used it in earlier fedora versions, you should probably get rid of the ''​.spyder2''​ and ''​.spyder3''​ directories in your home before starting the new version.   * [[spyder]] (integrated development environment for python) has some incompatible preferences. if you have used it in earlier fedora versions, you should probably get rid of the ''​.spyder2''​ and ''​.spyder3''​ directories in your home before starting the new version.
-  * Printing: the ''​lp''​ and ''​lpr''​ programs (and related utilities such as ''​lpstat''​) don't seem to use the environment variables ''​$PRINTER''​ and ''​$LPDEST''​ any more; a per-user default can be set using the command ''​lpoptions -d printername''​ or by editing ''​$HOME/​.cups/​lpoptions''​. This file is now created automatically for all users, storing the current value of ''​$PRINTER'',​ but you may have to change this if you want another default printer. \\ we are working ​on a better type of fix+  * <del>Printing: the ''​lp''​ and ''​lpr''​ programs (and related utilities such as ''​lpstat''​) don't seem to use the environment variables ''​$PRINTER''​ and ''​$LPDEST''​ any more; a per-user default can be set using the command ''​lpoptions -d printername''​ or by editing ''​$HOME/​.cups/​lpoptions''​. This file is now created automatically for all users, storing the current value of ''​$PRINTER'',​ but you may have to change this if you want another default printer. We have also set a per-computer default, usually the closest printer to the computer. \\ Alternatively,​ specify the printer ​on the commandline (e.g. ''​lpr -Php5 file.ps''​)
 +</​del>​ \\Bug fix installed 10-01-2018
 ==== Some general observations and tips ==== ==== Some general observations and tips ====
  
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