Cannot start VM with error “no network with matching name ‘default'”

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I update libvirt version and want to start VM with the new libvirt tools but I failed as follows. > sudo virsh start kvm1 error: Failed to start domain kvm1 error: Network not found: no network with matching name ‘default’ It seems that the default ‘virbr0’ is missing after I update libvirt so I solve
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How to restore a Gnome 3 session?

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How to restore a Gnome 3 session? Which means: opening all the programs running last time when I log out in Gnome 3. If your purpose is to automatically start programs after logging in Gnome, another possible method is using the autostart script: https://www.systutorials.com/qa/119/how-to-write-a-autostart-script-for-gnome Run gnome-session-properties. In the “Options” tab, select “Automatically remember running applications
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How to write a autostart script for gnome

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I want to automatically run a program when I log in gnome. How to write a autorun script for it? Here is one example: $ cat ~/.config/autostart/dropbox.py.desktop [Desktop Entry] Comment[en_US]= Comment= Exec=/home/zma/bin/dropbox.py start GenericName[en_US]= GenericName= Icon=system-run MimeType= Name[en_US]= Name= Path= StartupNotify=true Terminal=false TerminalOptions= Type=Application X-DBUS-ServiceName= X-DBUS-StartupType= X-KDE-SubstituteUID=false X-KDE-Username= To set up a new one, you
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Making Emacs Start Up Faster

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I use Emacs in terminals and start/close Emacs frequently as needed like in a file checking-editing-closing loop. However, Emacs seems take some time to start up especially some heavy modes are used. How to make Emacs start up faster? (If you just want the solution/script first, find the command in the summary section.) My solution
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Compiz-fusion on Fedora

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1. Install relevant packages #yum install ccsm emerald-themes compizconfig-backend-gconf fusion-icon-gtk emerald compiz-fusion compiz-fusion-gnome libcompizconfig compiz-gnome compiz-bcop compiz compizconfig-python compiz-fusion-extras compiz-fusion-extras-gnome 2. Start compiz-fusion by using command “fusion-icon”. It can be found in "Applications -> system tools -> fusion-icon". It will be more convenient if "fusion-icon" is added to autostart list by adding a entry in
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