Fedora
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Fedora (previously called Fedora Core) is a yum and RPM-based Linux distribution, developed by the community-supported Fedora Project and sponsored by Red Hat. It is a complete, general-purpose operat... More


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DEVELOPMENT STATUS : Stable
LICENSE : gnu general public license (gpl)
OPERATING SYSTEM : Linux2
USER INTERFACE : console

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Oracle Fires Another Shot Over Red Hat's Bow

oracleOracle announced today that it had bought Ksplice Inc., the company behind the software that allows a rebootless kernel change. This exciting technology was welcomed by the Linux community and was even provided free of cost to Fedora users. Knowing Oracle's track record, this will undoubtedly cause worry throughout the community.



Phoronix and Other Sites Have Found Linux Kernel Power Management Snafus

For many Ubuntu users, adjusting to the new version 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) has included some hiccups, but not all the problems are specific to this version of Ubuntu. There are several reports emerging that claim that the Linux kernel now presents power management issues, with some well-known web sites establishing that the problems exist through hands-on tests. The problems are also affecting users of multiple Linux distros.



Is Ubuntu on the way out?

Ubuntu A distinguished Website is asking the question: "Is Ubuntu on the way out?" They cite Distrowatch's Page Hit Rankings as the catalyst for this query. According to said PHR, Ubuntu has fallen to the number three position in the one month tally behind Linux Mint and Fedora.



Whanted live cd fedora

I need to get posted live cd is there any possibility that i can get them


How can we, the Voters, tell the Presidential Candidates about this most important matter?

What kind of mass marketing style petition can we, the Voters who care about the failed Education System, put together to send to both Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama? To make this idea of every student who doesn't have a computer, own a linux powered laptop computer so they can access the internet for homework research and to create their own multimedia reports using OpenOffice and other such programs??? There has to be a coupon debit-like card with $300 to $600 that can only be used via schools and/or online vendors for the parents to purchase low cost linux powered laptop computers? But it has to be able to run Windows XP Home Ediition as another choice besides Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, Mandriva, or Debian.

Markus McLaughlin
linuxglobe.wordpress.com
Hudson, MA, USA

VMWare slowing down Fedora?

I installed VMWare on Fedora and it seems like Fedora is running much slower.

I used to run OpenSUSE with a trial of VMWare and everything ran great. I reinstalled OpenSUSE on a new machine but I had problems because it couldn't detect my video card. I installed the 32bit Fedora instead and was able to find my card. I bought VMWare (I need some Windows software for work) but it runs slow, access to the DVD drives is slow and running XP while working in Fedora is slow. This was not the case last year. In general, it seems that my Fedora is not as fast as it should be.

Anyone else having similar issues??

In case you need this information the specs of my PC:
Motherboard - ABIT AN8 32X 939 NVIDIA nForce4 SLI X16 ATX AMD
Processor - AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ Manchester 2.0GHz Socket 939
Memory - G.SKILL 1GB DDR SDRAM DDR 400 (PC 3200)
Video Card - ATI 100-435801 Radeon X1900XT 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express x16
DVD-ROM - Sony NEC Optiarc
DVD Burner - SAMSUNG 16X DVD±R
Power Supply - SILVERSTONE Zeus 520W

Run Level-2 without installing FC6?

Can I enter run-level 2 via my FC6 install cd without installing FC6?

Also, what's the difference between RunLevel 2 and Rescure mode?


Delete a file with a "-" as the first character?

I have a file called -cfg.txt. I think it was created in the gui on a fedora core 4 box. When I try and rename it, I cannot. It keeps treating the - as a parameter, even when I try and do:

> mv \-cfg.txt abc.txt

or

>mv "-cfg.txt" abc.txt

Any ideas on how I can rename and cat this file?

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