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Abhishek sharma

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  1. I just installed KDE on plasma on my fedora machine. After installing I was customizing it. Installed themes and whatnot. Lastly, I was not satisfied with the transparency so google it. So I did this setting which was asked in the link below. It asked to go to Settings | Window Management | Window Rules and then create a new rule with active and inactive opacity checked and value at 60% and "Forced". After that everything got on top of each other and I didn't like the look. So I thought to reset. I deleted the new rule. That didn't change anything so I thought of clicking on the "Default" button but it was unclickable. After that, I made a new rule and with the above settings as 100% and "Forced". Now I have a black screen. Even after the restart, the screen remains black with the only mouse cursor. How do I fix, reset or reinstall KDE?
  2. Did this one experiment, I didnt "Power Off" the system this time. Instead just closed the lid and for some reason I was at 18% battery. Earlier (I remind you) I couldnt even boot up my system and when I connected the charger and booted up I was still at 5%. Something is wrong for sure.
  3. I can check that and come back, but what about the same thing when using windows. I am not really sure but I think in case of windows I was still able to boot up and use it if I shut down at the same percentage of the battery. Its been only two months of me using fedora, so I dont think so the battery health has gone this bad in such a short time that I cant compare the two.
  4. yeah! The gui button says 'Power Off'. There is a seperate button for suspend
  5. I charge my laptop till 50% and shut it down at night. The laptop is in the shut down state for like 9-10 hours. After I boot up the system it refuses to power up and I have to connect my charger to switch on the laptop. I have two OS on my HDD. Fedora and Windows. I am not using windows at the moment and only using fedora. I still remember when I used to power off the system through windows next day I was easily able to boot up with some battery percentage lost(considering the load of booting up taking the system resources) and this was when I was shutting down the system at much lower percentages. I have been using Fedora for 2 months now and have updated it to the latest kernel and running the latest version of fedora. The issue still persists. I have tried switching off wifi and bluetooth manually but no change. I also tried init 0 but same result. Please help me with this
  6. Thanks for the reply. One more thing, if I have taken the uefi backup and backup of my personal files seperately, I can recover my windows from that?
  7. Can I just copy the contents of the drive to my external HDD?
  8. What about the recovery drive 980 MB capacity then? What is it used for?
  9. What about the recovery drive 980 MB capacity then? What is it used for?
  10. I did, formated it to make my disk more organised
  11. I have a partition called Recovery(NTFS). It is there since I bought the laptop. I have never used it. The size of the partition is 15.91 gb. Recently I was thinking to install linux along with windows but dont know about this partition. I have another partition, called recovery partition. I want to know what is its use and which one is actually required. Please also tell me if I can put them on extrenal hdd and free up my laptop space. I am attaching a screenshot of disk manager for better understanding.
  12. I was thinking of installing Pop os along with windows. While configuring the drives, it said that /boot should be at least 500Mib. My /boot is only 270Mib and I cant extend that, the adjacent partition to that is my Windows C drive. What are my options?
  13. I installed the VS code and then Anaconda. Whenever I run a simple command like import numpy as np It shows the following error on the terminal. I tried updating anaconda using conda terminal. But the issue persists. Error message in VS code terminal: PS G:\Online Courses and Resources\Python> conda activate base conda : The term 'conda' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again. At line:1 char:1 + conda activate base + ~~~~~ + CategoryInfo : ObjectNotFound: (conda:String) [], CommandNotFoundException + FullyQualifiedErrorId : CommandNotFoundException PS G:\Online Courses and Resources\Python> & C:/Anaconda/python.exe "g:/Online Courses and Resources/Python/testingpackges.py" Traceback (most recent call last): File "g:/Online Courses and Resources/Python/testingpackges.py", line 1, in <module> import numpy as np File "C:\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\numpy\__init__.py", line 140, in <module> from . import _distributor_init File "C:\Anaconda\lib\site-packages\numpy\_distributor_init.py", line 34, in <module> from . import _mklinit ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found. I cant find a solution that works for me. Thanks Tags anaconda
  14. I am facing a problem since last week. At some random time, the PC freezes and nothing happens. Nothing works including keyboard and mouse even the caps doesn't light on/off. It started a few days back only before that it never happened. I uninstalled the anti-virus which was the latest installation on the pc. But nothing seems to work. I have to shut down the laptop forcefully using the power button and restart. Is it something to do with windows update?? Please help I have a HP laptop with i5 and 12 gb ram.