I upgrade from Fedora 31 to Fedora 32 and now copy paste is not working !! with Fedora 31the OS was to slow when I open two intelliJ and 10 tabs in chrome, I have 8 GB of memory, and now with Fedora 32 the simple compy paste is not working and I dont have any clue about this !!, please can somebody help me ?
Nice name you’ve got there. Welcome to the Fedora community.
You need to give more information about your issue. You want to copy from what to where? The more we know about the problem, the greater the chances of resolving it.
Hi Thanks for you reply !!, if I want to copy from any place to any other place a text, lets say from a web page that I open in chrome, I choose the text inside the web page then I do ctr+c or right click with the mouse and click on copy, then I go to my text file and press ctr+v or mouse right click paste, but nothing is copied. I am using Fedora gnome -Xorg. I could not pass an interview because I wrote my code in IntelliJ then I could not paste in the web page of the code interview or in an email !!! It never worked copying and pasted from a text file to the ssh terminal, but now It does not work at all. any help is welcome !! thanks again !!
I had to move from gnome to KDE, then KDE had even more issues, I could not open the settings, and I could not access my network settings, and some times the console did not open. and the network connection was not connected after reboot the machine and I did not have access to the settings to fix it, and from command line I did not explore, that should be possible. IT was too frustrating, not sure what happened here, at the end I was switching to different desktops until I found LXQt Desktop which is working fine although I dont like it too much but I can work.
and it was working fine just soddenly it stops working .
I tried to change the clipboard manager as I was using the default one, but then It got worst.
I hope someone could help us to solve this or to guide us how to get in to the issue as I liked a lot my fedora with gnome :(.
My suggestion would be: just go back to gnome with the default settings that the Workstation ISO has and not use a clip-board manager for the time being. If you do want to use a clip board manager, you’ll have to research them and see which ones do not have these issues.
No, not really. The workstation does not come with a clip board manager, so you just need to uninstall the new clip-board manager you installed, and if you want a really clean system, you can either create a new user or in extreme cases, reinstall the OS.
For those finding themselves with problem to copy from Firefox to Terminal, it’s a Wayland problem.
To avoid it, just disable Wayland at /etc/gdm/custom.conf uncommenting #WaylandEnable=false and reboot.