Category: Fedora

How to Configure Xorg as Default GNOME Session in Fedora

Wayland is a secure display protocol as well as a library implementing the protocol, that enables communication between your video hardware (the server) and clients (each and every single application on your system). Wayland...

How to Encrypt Drives Using LUKS in Fedora Linux

In this article, we will explain briefly about block encryption, Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS), and describes the instructions to create an encrypted block device in Fedora Linux. Block Device Encryption Block device encryption is

How to Create a GNU Hello World RPM Package in Fedora

RPM (a recursive acronym for RPM Package Manager) is a free and open-source package management system for Linux. Although it was originally created for use in Red Hat Linux, now it is used in many

How to Find and Install Software Applications in Fedora Linux

There are countless software packages are available to install on Fedora Linux distribution from the repository provided by Fedora project. You can also enable other third-party repositories such as COPR or RPM Fusion to install

5 Cool New Projects to Try in Fedora Linux

In this article, we will share five cool new projects to try in Fedora Linux distribution. Note that some of these projects may also be work on other mainstream Linux distributions such as Ubuntu and

How to Install Adobe Flash Player 32 on Fedora Linux

Adobe Flash is a web browser plug-in used to display interactive web pages, online games, and to playback video and audio content. Flash displays text, vector graphics and raster graphics to provide animations, video games,

How to Install and Switch Desktop Environments in Fedora

Do you want to use or try a different desktop environment in Fedora Workstation spin, other than the default, GNOME 3. In this article, we will show how to install and switch desktop environments in

How to Add New Fonts in Fedora

Fonts always assist you to express your feelings in more creative ways through design. Whether you are captioning a picture, creating a presentation, or designing an advertisement or greeting, fonts can improve your idea to

How to Setup Two Factor Authentication for SSH on Fedora

Every day there seem to be lots of security breaches reported where our data is at danger. Despite the fact that SSH is a secure way to establish a connection remotely to a Linux system,

How to Reset Forgotten or Lost Root Password in Fedora

A Linux system administrator can quickly reset a user forgotten password using passwd command, but what happens if the system administrator itself forgets the root password? In this article, we will explain how to reset

3 Ways to Install Spotify [Music Streaming] in Fedora Linux

Spotify is a popular, cross-platform digital music, podcast, and video streaming service that gives access to more than 40 million tracks and other content from artists all over the world. It also allows you to

How to Install Chromium Browser in Fedora 29

Chromium is Google’s open-source fully functional web browser developed and maintained by The Chromium Project. It’s a widely used Web browser in the world and a vast majority of the code for the Google Chrome

How to Install VLC Media Player in Fedora 29

VLC is a free and open source, popular and cross-platform multimedia player and framework that plays files, discs, webcams, devices as well as streams. It plays most multimedia files and DVDs, Audio CDs, VCDs, and

10 Cool Software to Try from CORP Repo in Fedora

In this article, we will share 10 cool software projects to try in Fedora distribution. All the apps or tools covered here can be found in COPR repository. However, before we move any further, let’s

How to Install and Setup Zsh (Z Shell) in Fedora

Zsh (short for Z Shell) is a feature-rich and powerful shell program for Unix-like operating systems with lots of interactive features. It is an extended version of the Bourne Shell (sh), with a large number

How to Configure Software Repositories in Fedora

Your Fedora distribution obtains its software from repositories and each of these repositories comes with number of free and proprietary software applications available for you to install. The official Fedora repositories have thousands of free

How to Install Java in Fedora

Java is a general-purpose programming language that is fast, reliable, secure, popular and widely used. It is an environment to develop and run a wide range of applications, from mobile applications to desktop and web

How to File a Software Bug to Fedora

A bug or software bug is an error, mistake, failure or fault, in a program that causes it to produce undesired or incorrect results. A bug prevents a program/application/software from functioning as intended. Like most

How to Check Integrity With AIDE in Fedora

AIDE (Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment) is a program for checking the integrity of a file and directory on any modern Unix-like system. It creates a database of files on the system, and then uses that

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Red Hat 8 Install Guide – RHEL 8 Installation Screenshots

This is Red Hat 8 RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) installation guide, step-by-step walkthrough with screenshots. Current version of Red Hat 8 is Beta. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is available for the following