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2012-03-25 13:49:33 -0600 answered a question is Fedora designed for server?

The short answer is maybe. Depending on your need for the server will greatly depend on what tool will be best for it.

If you're looking to build a webserver, then I would agree with other posts and try something with a little more enterprise and long term support like CentOS or RHEL or Scientific.

For other things, Fedora would be great at having the latest and greatest, cutting edge software.

2012-03-21 00:57:36 -0600 answered a question Blu-Ray Playback

Try installing VLC and libdvdcss. Yes, generally Blu-Ray playback requires some 3rd party software and codecs to be installed to function.

2012-03-12 04:51:24 -0600 commented answer Why do I get bad media when burning Fedora 16 and 17 live cds?

Check to make sure you're also using reliable burning media.

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2012-03-03 01:07:20 -0600 answered a question Please, someone speak spanish... I don't have any idea about Fedora

The Fedora Project is very multilingual and is very easy to install. Try reading through some of the documentation on the Fedora pages for some advice on how to get started.

http://fedoraproject.org/es/get-fedora


El Proyecto Fedora es muy multilingüe y es muy fácil de instalar. Trate de leer a través de alguna de la documentación en el sitio web de Fedora para algunos consejos sobre cómo empezar.

http://fedoraproject.org/es/get-fedora

2012-03-01 03:46:54 -0600 marked best answer Adding or Removing Icons from the application drawer?

To add a launcher for your user only, put it's desktop file in

~/.local/share/applications/

(~ being your home directory). To add a launcher for all users, put the desktop file in

/usr/share/applications

If you want to learn how to create a desktop file, you can look at the ones already installed on your computer (in /usr/share/applications) or read the desktop file specification.

As for removing icons, I am not familiar with any good method. You can delete the relevant files from /usr/share/applications, but they will come back when you update your system.

Also, I am not aware of a graphical way (that works with Fedora 16) of doing this.

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2012-02-24 14:10:51 -0600 answered a question terminal plugin

It's not a plug-in, but it is the guide you were looking for. It's written for the Arch documentation project, but it will all still apply. It's about customizing your bashrc

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/ColorBashPrompt

2012-02-22 00:58:57 -0600 answered a question wireless network not working

This is a fantastic guide for walking through how to identify, install and configure Broadcom Wireless drivers.

http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=239922

2012-02-17 21:07:17 -0600 answered a question Fedora 16 DVD Burn ISO

As others have mentioned, ensure the the ISO is not corrupted and try burning the ISO at the lowest speed possible. Often times burning at a lower speed will help reduce the chances of mistakes.

2012-02-16 05:06:10 -0600 answered a question Can fedora16 desktop be treated as a server

It honestly just depends on what kinds of server you're running. If you're just practicing living in the shell or just learning RHEL and Linux in general Fedora will generally work quite well but as others have mentioned both CentOS and Scientific Linux are other good substitutes.

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2012-02-15 03:13:04 -0600 commented answer Is there a Fedora stable? LTS?

@ztank1013 Firstly, OP mentioned that they'd tied CentOS and found it "not so easy to use and not so good for desktop PCs" Personally, I think SL is more friendly than CentOS and in general have found that development has been faster in SL than CentOS.

2012-02-15 01:53:12 -0600 answered a question Is there a Fedora stable? LTS?

How long term is your long term need? Fedora is focused on progress, but isn't so forward that stability is lost. End of life support is extended for 1 year after it's release for example Fedora 16 will be supported until Fedora 18 ships.

You hearing that Fedora is unstable I will attest to being incorrect. I use Fedora as my daily machine everyday with no problems. If you're worried about stability stay away from Rawhide and the testing repos.

A second option is to use an Enterprise designed needs and honestly, not really necessary for somebody like yourself for home use. If it is absolutely required, I suggest using Scientific Linux 6 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

2012-02-10 16:27:02 -0600 commented answer Why there is a special icon for Wacom Tablet in System Settings?

Patches accepted.

2012-02-09 12:57:06 -0600 answered a question Why there is a special icon for Wacom Tablet in System Settings?

More than likely it's that a) Wacom is the most well known of the tablet brands and b) Wacom has a wide number of linux drivers. This is not a case of advertising at all, it's including functionality.

2012-02-08 01:44:03 -0600 commented answer Adding and Removing Autostart Applications

Thank you so much!

2012-02-08 01:34:17 -0600 commented question Adding and Removing Autostart Applications

I'm using Cinnamon and Gnome Shell

2012-02-08 01:33:50 -0600 marked best answer Adding and Removing Autostart Applications

type ALT+F2 and write the follow command gnome-session-properties and ENTER then you can add your entry there...

for example :

empathy is in /usr/bin/empathy

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2012-02-07 04:48:45 -0600 asked a question Adding and Removing Autostart Applications

How do I create and edit the applications that i'd like to have run when I log into my Fedora account? For example I'd like to have both conky and Empathy startup when I log in.

2012-02-03 16:24:16 -0600 asked a question Adding or Removing Icons from the application drawer?

How do I add or remove icons from the application menu in Gnome 3 or Cinnamon?

For example if I waned to add an icon for a command line application like irssi or wanted to remove a program from the list but leave it installed on the system.

2012-02-03 16:12:19 -0600 commented answer libvpx/ffmpeg-libs broken on rpmfusion?

I was having the same problem. Ran yum clean metadata. Problem solved. Thank you skytux.

2012-02-03 04:24:15 -0600 answered a question What are the available desktop blogging applications for gnome?

You can additionally install Adobe Air for Linux and install some of the many AirApps for desktop publishing to a wide array of sites including WordPress,Flickr,Twitter, and many more.

2012-02-03 04:16:49 -0600 answered a question Is there an application with GUI to make a LiveCD of Install?

Why in fact there is! This is a fantastic guide for creating your own customized LiveCDs.

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/HowtocreateanduseaLive_CD

2012-02-02 14:16:41 -0600 answered a question [fixed] The 3.2.2 kernel breaks atheros wifi. How can i fix it again?

I have used this website for a very long time. It's been a fantastic resource for how to install and configure various wireless cards including my problem broadcom cards.

http://linuxwireless.org/